Some people will do anything for 15 minutes of fame, and the internet makes it even easier to make a fool of yourself in the name of likes. Phenomena like the Ice Bucket Challenge are harmless and raise money for good causes, but others have proven to be incredibly dangerous. Some have resulted in disfigurement, jail, and even death for those foolish enough to perform them.
Despite being recorded months ago, this episode on violence, the police, and protest movements is still depressingly relevant. Featuring Bob of the No Redeeming Qualities Podcast.
In which our heroes discuss Diamond & Silk, "Love On The Spectrum" and Zipp drops a H-Bomb on H-Town.
In which our heroes are joined by Bob of the No Redeeming Qualities podcast to discuss Kamala Harris, the environment, and WAP.
Joe Biden has named Kamala Harris as his running mate, but Toni is in the middle of a move and can't record. So, fellow Gamma Gators Zipp and Aaron step in to talk about what Kamala brings to the ticket and whether or not her selection is good for the campaign as a whole.
Toni is joined by Bob of the No Redeeming Qualities podcast to discuss cancel culture and leftist gatekeeping.
Look, it’s just a bank that worked with Hitler to build Auschwitz, how bad could they really be?
Zipp joins the Telling On Ourselves podcast for their first year anniversary episode!
In 1882, Frank Fisher, a black man, was accused of the sexual assault of Barbara Rettig, a young teen white girl, in the woods of Crawford County, Ohio. He was lynched by an angry mob. But -- was he actually innocent?