Price Inflation, Halloween, Old Politicians, Burning Businesses, & Law Enforcement (30m) – Episode 413

Episode 413 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following topics from r/blackpeopletwitter and r/whitepeopletwitter: why stuff costs so much more now than they did in 1965; whether we should talk about Halloween parties or put all our focus on COVID-19; who cares how old modern politicians are when the problem is their power; this asshole who doesn’t care when businesses are looted and burned so long as it’s done in the name of racial justice; when cops say they don’t make the laws, just enforce them, but also say they won’t enforce social distancing and gun control; and the problem of law enforcement that has nothing to do with national elections.

Socialist Policing, Slave Haunting, Monica Lewinsky, Enabling Trump, & Fusion Movement (31m) – Episode 396

Episode 396 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following topics from r/blackpeopletwitter and r/whitepeopletwitter: the problem with determining how long police officers should be trained before given a badge and gun; Donald Trump dying and haunting the White House along with the ghosts of the slaves who built it; Monica Lewinsky’s willingness to “take one for the team” and give Trump a blowjob in the Oval Office; Booger says “To hell with [Trump] and all those who enable him.” and I agree; why only a fusion movement can stop authoritarianism, and why that’s a bigger problem than white supremacy.

Killing COVID-19, Rules of Engagement, Politicized Sports, Zoom School, & Jeopardy (33m) – Episode 378

Episode 378 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following topics from r/blackpeopletwitter and r/whitepeopletwitter: America adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic instead of behaving autocratically and “eliminating” it completely; AIER.org article on Federal Court ruling pandemic orders unconstitutional; soldiers having better rules of engagement than American police officers; assumptions about booing at the Kansas City Chiefs home opening and the politicization of sports; realizing the school is about control and punishment instead of education; and the novel idea that one of the presidential debates should be a round of Jeopardy with relevant answer topics.