And now, the 6th Stupid Evil Bastard Podcast.

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No musical intro this time, but we kept it under an hour and a half and we cover a whole bunch of stuff ranging from alcoholic drinks, Rick Perry, why progressives should vote for Obama, and the tension between brick and mortar stores and online retailers. Plus tangents! So many tangents as is our habit to do. We may not be the most entertaining or informative podcast, but we’re certainly one of the widest in variation of topics.

As always you can listen to it in the player below or download it by clicking here. We’re also open to hearing any comments/criticisms/witticisms in the comments. Let us know what you think.


8 thoughts on “And now, the 6th Stupid Evil Bastard Podcast.

  1. I’m so far behind on these… lol!

    Glad you’re still at it. When I find the time, I’ll totally toss you whatever feedback I can think of (though, I’m sure, you can expect a lot of laughter).

  2. Interesting –Yes. Varied in topics–definitely. My take on the Davis execution–People in that area still seem to be governed by old culture. Definition(The sum total of ways of living built up by a group of human beings and transmitted from one generation to another.) In plain English he was black and they didn’t need any more proof to convict him. It is sad that we can’t treat all humans as equal!

  3. Interesting that you mention Asimov. Dave, have you read Asimov’s book on Shakespeare? I would recommend it if you haven’t.

    Nice job, guys. Thanks Les, Dave.

  4. Thanks for your topic ideas, Positive.

    I have, in fact, read Asimov on Shakespeare (though it’s been years coughdecadescough). I’ve read a number of his non-fiction works (his Bible book is pretty cool). Some of his non-fiction is getting dated, but it remains very approachable and interesting.

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