We’ve mentioned before that the internet has given a voice to people who perhaps shouldn’t have one. That’s a definite problem. But is information overload a problem? Maybe. Probably in the near future unless we figure out how to deal with all the lies on the internet.
Society is split on whether or not nonviolent drug offenders should get lengthy sentences. Technically, however, dealing crack is nonviolent. Depending on which president you are, that might not matter to you.
Sheaun is Dayshaun. The former is an actor, the latter is a character on Vice Principals. You may be surprised to learn that despite the similar names, the part was not created just for him. Kind of like how the Tom Barnard Show just happens to be named after Tom.
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, it’s the topic that keeps on giving. But don’t worry, because harmony between all peoples is just around the corner when Christmas gets here.
It’s not the name of a new cartoon, it’s two topics we cover on today’s show. They couldn’t be less related, but we’re desperate for anything to talk about that isn’t terrorism. Happy Thanksgiving, right?
If you can believe it, the crime and the football aren’t related for once. Minneapolis is in a bad spot and its Vikings are too.
There have been a few unfortunate events you may have heard of in the last few days, and we’re not just talking Vegas. For a recap, have a listen to the show. We also offer making fun of NFL players.
If you’re a Tower of Power fan, this is the episode for you. It’s also the episode for you if you like being morose. The two aren’t related, but Kristyn brought everyone down as usual.
Quick Snaps are back after nearly a month. Same goes for Phillip. It’s one of those football/downtown Minneapolis drug-related shooting Mondays and we’ve got the men for the job. The job of talking about it.
In a rare “breaking news” moment on the show, we report on an ex-reporter who killed two people on live TV. We also report on the death of a worker who fell off the roof of the new Viking Stadium, and the death of television in general.