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.
Dacia and Aaron discuss Serena Williams and what “entitlement” actually means, the ills of “tradition”, the murder of Botham Jean, and the mad scramble to find a reason he had to die.
White folks are the best at protesting. White House leaks tell us what we already know. And bots try to emulate AAVE to wild results.
Dacia’s daughter is prepared for any all encounters with white supremacy culture.
Kyle Green is clearly a Russian bot.
And officer Betty Shelby is teaching a class about dealing with the stress of shooting Black people.
Instead of not shooting Black people.
Dacia and Aaron discuss solutions to white Americans having to hold in their racism against their will.
San Diego Rep Duncan Hunter and his third bank account.
And the French Tennis Federation taking a hardline stance against Black joy.
Dacia and Aaron discuss Omarosa and why she’s still not invited to the cookout despite the impressive showing.
Azealia Banks and why you shouldn’t invite her to your home.
And why you shouldn’t invite the cops to just kill ANYoldbody.
Dacia and Aaron take minute to discuss the humor and tragedy of a man’s apparent suicidal joyride in a stolen plane.
The lessons to be learned from death of an American couple who were attempting to “bike around the globe”.
And Dacia recommends a book for Kanye West and his worldview.
Well she suggests several but he should start slow with just one.
Did you know that the factory standard white American is 30 percent less visible to the authorities than non-white Americans?
We discuss the tragic murder of Nia Wilson and the incredible journey of her murderer before authorities were able to locate him.
Honorable mention to supervillain Vladimir Putin for confirming his hand in the 2016 election in true Bond movie fashion.
And Georgia lawmaker Jason Spencer’s anti-terrorist bum.
Bacon and Aaron return from Portland to talk the strangest US city, Scarlett Johannson’s infinite unending confidence, a major win for toxic male gamers, and we got over what makes a shooter an rpg and vice versa.