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Episode 295 Scott Adams: The Smokey View From My Side

Note: Recorded Friday, 11/09/2018 Posting delayed due to fire

Topics: 

  • Rosenstein praised Whitaker as a “perfect choice” to replace him
  • How to confirm we’re in a simulation
  • The new “angry Trump”, very entertaining
    • He tore into two white men at a press conference
    • Fake news focuses on 3 black women he also insulted
  • Will President Trump Federally legalize weed?
    • Prediction: Yes
  • Business model of the news industry is making people angry
    • Profits are being driven by the number of angry people
  • Persuasion is only legal because most people aren’t (yet) very good at it and it can’t be scientifically measured

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Episode 231 Scott Adams: Dr. Ford, Unbiased News and the Democrat Brand

Topics: 

  • Why aren’t there any good, current photos of Christine Blasey Ford?
    • Ford is becoming the face of the Democrat party
    • All 4 reported witnesses unable to confirm the accusations
  • It’s been a great week for President Trump
  • 25th amendment President Trump?  Not according to Rosenstein
  • Where can I get unbiased news?
    • Our pattern recognition brains create bias naturally
    • Some perceived patterns aren’t real

Episode 230 Scott Adams: James Woods, Rosenstein, Ellison and Kavanaugh

Topics: 

  • Chairman Kim is preparing his people for denuclearization
  • James Woods suspension from Twitter for a funny joke
  • Rod Rosenstein’s statement on the NYT article
  • Keith Ellison and emotionally abusive relationships
  • Christine Blasey Ford’s handlers (her lawyers) are framing her badly

I fund my Periscopes and podcasts via audience micro-donations on Patreon. I prefer this method over accepting advertisements or working for a “boss” somewhere because it keeps my voice independent. No one owns me, and that is rare. I’m trying in my own way to make the world a better place, and your contributions help me stay inspired to do that.

See all of my Periscope videos here.

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