Bacon and Aaron talk war games not aging well, Blizzard delivering amazing non-answers when tasked about the lack of Black women in Overwatch, why diversity is a process of growth not a checklist.
Dacia and Aaron sit with Aimee Castenell and Blessit Shawn of #WeBuiltThis to talk the yays and nays of Election Day, the President’s steep decline, and how to engage voters.
N’Jaila and Aaron talk a truly diabolical Kink of the Week: Symphorophilia , recap her weekend at Exxxotica, and explain why Candyman holds the future of our planet’s safety in his hands.
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Dacia and Aaron talk Halloween week terror, our narrow understanding of fascism, Sunday Night Propaganda, and the continuing argument over who is a person in the eyes of the government.
Dacia and Aaron talk about the importance of voting, white coonery, the Titanic 2, and we give special thanks to conservative Craig Huey’s voter guide.
NOTE: This episode was recorded October 24, 2018.
Bacon and Aaron return to discuss the presence of white supremacists on services like Discord, the controversial release of Red Dead Redemption 2, and personal reasons why the coming Election Day is of deadly importance.
The Doctors continue their talk about healthcare proxies, describing how much depth there is to the basic DNR form, how much control we do have over healthcare received when we are unable to speak for ourselves, and common misconceptions.
N’Jaila and Aaron talk sitophilia, what sauce goes great with people, Sweden looking out for your butt, and Panic at the Disco covers Outkast’s “Hey Ya”. It is the worst cover in human history. We respond.
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The Doctors talk health care proxies, those designated to make health decisions when you are not capable, and unpack the importance of having such uncomfortable but important conversations sooner rather than later.
Dacia and Aaron talk Bette Midler’s piping hot take, new Supreme Court Justice Brad McBeer, This Week in 2-Year Olds, and an important story from Dacia’s youth.