February 14, 2019
In today's episode, Will Coley & Aria DiMezzo discuss:
- France, the U.S., and Russia launch missiles within hours of each other
- The American economy sucks, and is likely to soon experience another recession, this one from auto loan defaults
- Sex Robots!
- Controllers for disabled game players
- The Fortnite Effect and AAA gaming companies being stupid
- Lemonade Stand Regulations and the Little Statist That Could
- Israel, Palestine, and Zionism (Call from Wicawia)
- The Time Traveling Drug Warrior, Rated PG-13
- In shocking news, the makers of Fentanyl want to keep cannabis illegal
February 13, 2019
Will, Michael, and Chris discuss... stuff. I don't know what the show was about, and there aren't notes. I wasn't here.
February 8, 2019
Will Coley & Aria DiMezzo discuss:
- Cops don't want to pay taxes; the king of all bootlickers
- The fall of Panero Cares, a "pay what you can" idea that obviously didn't work
- Gay furry takeover of a white supremacist domain
- Bigot banned on Twitch for violating Twitch rules
- China adds "Professional Gamer" to its list of official jobs
- More politicians in blackface
February 7, 2019
Aria DiMezzo & Michael Hampton discuss:
- The latest murder by police, of EJ Bradford, for being a good guy with a gun
- Police being police, as usual, and crying about possibly losing the ability to simply rob people
- QuadrigaCX never actually had >$100m in crypto, according to analysts
- And other stuff, but I lost the show notes
February 6, 2019
My apologies this is going up a day late, and includes the commercials. Sometimes a bitch needs a day off.
In today's episode,Will, Melanie, and Aria discuss Blackwater, UAE, China; Modern Democrats; Inheritance & Wealth (due to a call); the yearly Government Spending Waste Report; Crypto exchange owner dies, taking $170m in crypto with himn; Gaming companies suck; Apple gaming platform; Chocolate and pregnancy; Anti-natalism; the $50 fine concluding a 4 day long trial over cannabis.
February 4, 2019
In today's show, Will Coley and Aria DiMezzo discuss:
- AOC and the Democratic Riff
- Detroit cops mocking a woman after impounding her car and making her walk home in the Polar Vortex
- Whether Aria prefers Wire, Telegram, or Signal
- Mutualism and the Labor Theory of Value
- Malaysia regulates crypto exchanges
- Local Bitcoins and the case of Mitchell Espinozo
- The FBI is working with popular genetics testing, Family Tree
- More Blackface BS
February 1, 2019
In today's episode, Will Coley & Aria DiMezzo discuss the Minimum Wage hike in New York, and its impact on local businesses, literal crap in North Korea, and Tatatu!, which is best described as crypto Netflix (that pays you in crypto to watch movies). We move onto mockery of the Samsung Galaxy F, and how dem robots took er jerbs!. Finally, we discuss ICE University and yet another Super Ma'am.
January 31, 2019
A partial episode with Will Coley and Aria DiMezzo, due to unforeseen stuff that suddenly came up just into the Crypto Hour. In today's episode, we discussed the increasing mindset that Feelings > Facts, in regard to modern liberalism and accusations of racism. "My offense is more important than your facts."
January 30, 2019
Join Aria DiMezzo and Michael Hampton in a discussion about Global Warming and the Great Polar Vortex--anthropomorphic climate change and the actual scientific and rational implications thereof. Then there is the Crypto Hour, where we enjoyed a conversation about block sizes where Aria beat a dead horse relentlessly about their abolition. Finally we move onto a discussion about the FBI being clueless as to the Vegas shooter's motives, his likely depression and "relationship problems," and somehow, for some reason, start talking about shooting cops again.
January 29, 2019
Listen to the conversation between Ian Freeman, Melanie, and Michael Hampton about cryptocurrency, then join Will Coley and Melanie for Aria's Latest Shenanigans, now featuring John McAfee! Following this is a discussion about AOC, ICE, and immigration, and then a discussion about the Huffington Post's rather poor business decisions. Finally, the show ends with a discussion about religious beliefs and cannabis.