Overdue is a talk with Tombstone da Deadman. As always he’s got plenty of insight and plenty of work he’s been doing. We talk about his latest album, his new subscription service, his YouTube channels, and perspectives on life at large. Links down below!
Two months ago we spoke with Hannah and then Dragonbeard’s court stuff got everything here off track. But fear not! The conversation is just as relevant now as then and Hannah knows how to tap popular feminist narratives on the shoulder. She is a voice and managing editor at The Honey Badger Brigade, as well makes appearances to speak on the many misconceptions about men and women. She loves facts, we love facts, and you love facts too!
A few weeks ago we tried to host a live Google Hangout stream but it wouldn’t let Mykeru join. We switched to Skype but our other guest, Anton A Hill, wasn’t allowed by Skype to simultaneously be on the call with Mykeru. So, along with his ban from Twitter for unknown reasons, social media seems to hate Mykeru. Sorry it took so long but this wasn’t originally intended to be an episode and my schedule is the poopy.
Aldus Valor has a variety of topics and formats on his YouTube channel, they’re thoughtful, contrarian, and very enjoyable. We had this talk a few weeks back and the audio quality isn’t the best but give Aldus a chance to impress your ears!
This episode is dedicated to the actor George Kennedy who died recently at age 91. RIP
Two weeks ago we had the joy of hanging out with Michael Shermer, a very well known advocate of science and skepticism. We asked him about his book The Moral Arc and did a wee bit of stepping on the toes of cry bullies. No trigger warnings, just the facts.
Cecil and Tom can find the silver lining in any brain cloud, the bright side to every human stupidity. Hosts of the Cognitive Dissonance Podcast, these two friends toss the lasso of skepticism around the wild stallions of our lower natures and you’ll love the show. The talk was fun and very interesting. Don’t miss it!
Fede likes to break down ideas and arguments to see if they really make sense, and then pop it up on YouTube for our consideration. We had a great chat about all of those things most people try not to discuss at the dinner table. Hate us, love us, drop some feedback.