Okay, we’re back with actual show notes! In the first half of the the show, John provides us with another segment of What’s the Word on the Street, Johnny? The theme this time is: Right Wing, Left Wing, Chicken Wing, where John discusses how both political establishments, Democrat and Republican, have essentially been the sameContinue reading “Politics and PedoGate II: The Epstein/Maxwell Affair”
Warning: This episode contains some very dark subject matter that many may find disturbing. Listener discretion is advised.
Shouts of “False Flag” and “Crisis Actor” are all too common these days and, far more often than not, without merit. We’ll dissect these claims and, hopefully, contribute a little critical thinking to the conversation.
Why do people believe in flat earth theories?
Admittedly, these are just some of the theories floating around the Inter-tubes regarding the Las Vegas incident. But these are the big ones. I haven’t even begun to scratch the surface on what’s out there, and don’t even get me started on 4Chan.
The Mothman Returns! This time to the Windy City. Don’t worry, Chicago – we’re sure it doesn’t mean a thing…
Is the Deep State about to make their final move against Trump?
What if you could resurrect a loved one through artificial intelligence? Would you? Should you? Will AI ever reach the point where it is truly indistinguishable from the real thing? Does it feel? Does it have a spirit? And what does that say about who we are if in fact it does? Lots of heady ontological questions to ponder as we move into this new, and admittedly, frightening future.
Do vaccines cause autism? That’s the central question that’s been raging in the minds of many since Andrew Wakefield and colleagues held a press conference to discuss their controversial Lancet paper claiming to have identified a possible link between the MMR Vaccine and autistic enterocolitis. That was in 1998. Since then, all hell has broken loose.
What if the bogeyman turns out to be real? That’s the premise of 2009 documentary CROPSEY, written and directed by Joshua Zeman and Barbara Brancaccio. The filmmakers explore the origins of the urban legend they heard about as children, only to discover that there may, in fact, be some truth behind the tale.
And the truth, as they say, is… terrifying.