This time on the podcast, Mike, Sam, and Simon discuss the tsunami of sexual misconduct claims against men in the public eye, “White Nonsense Roundup,” the year in Trump, and what’s next.
This time on the Podcast, Mike, Sam, and Simon discuss: Peak Marvel Redux, Wonder Woman, and the first female Doctor Who; money, trust and tech companies; the potential Presidential bids of the Rock and the Zuck; the 2018 primaries and what’s downstream from here; the search for silver linings and the black clouds over NORK; odds of impeachment and what’s worse than Trump; Virginia Nazis; and, inevitably, ethical implications of AI and robot sex, continued.
This time on the podcast, Mike, Sam, and Simon toast Belgium and discuss: The opening days of the Trump administration in America; is Belgium like Mike thinks Belgium is? (And if not, is America)?; the ethics of wiping out the Cylons; the ethics of bugging the opposition; the AI future; plus Rogue One and more on Tabby’s Star.
This time on the podcast, Mike, Sam, and Simon talk about: "Travelers"; Belgium and Europe; Russia and cyberwar; Hamilton electors and false-flags; 2016 deaths; the transition and "draining the swamp"; Trump-brand corruption; and the latest papal silliness, the post-pontificate, and the presidency.
This time on the podcast, Mike, Sam, and Simon discuss: How we all got the election so very wrong and what lessons need to be learned going forward; squelching the emerging dynasticism of American politics; actors confronting politicians; turning "palin" into a verb and "trumpy" into an adjective; Trump's hundred-day plan; the perils of empowering an office and the pain of losing for the first time; the electoral college; and play what-if: what if Trump had run as a Democrat? Will Hillary be indicted?
This time on the podcast, Mike, Sam, and Simon discuss: Halloween Ghostbuster costumes; ethical issues regarding to Westworld and robot-sex; the continuing oddness of Tabby's Star and the non-contact first-contact scenario; the marginal utility of a single vote; and Lucy Brenton, libertarianism, abortion, and federalism.