Marco, Sandy, and Bruce report on Gorpcore, the Oscars, and free money. A fistful of culture in your undeserving face.
Sandy, Marco, and Bruce watch the documentary Zero Days, get real paranoid, and consider the walrus. Really consider them. Too much.
Marco, Sandy, and Bruce discuss white privilege, white america, and white hysteria.
Marco, Sandy, and Bruce fall down a televangelist internet hellhole, compare serial killers, and confess to deviancy.
Sandy calls out Isaac Newton, Marco waltzes into a protest, and Bruce derides the real news. We review the 1999 classic, Arlington Road.
Marco elucidates his sophisticated palette, Sandy hacks Yelp, and Bruce bemoans the death of the creative class.
Sandy explains style, Marco argues for economy, and Bruce mumbles about the past. We watch and review the documentary, Queen of Versailles, by Lauren Greenfield that documents a case of financial excess that typifies the crash of 2008.
Marco, Sandy, and Bruce perform their civic duty under the influence of state sanctioned chemicals and spend election night drinking through the roar of fascism.
Marco recommends Black Mirror on Netflix.
We will be back in 2017. More doomed. More regular. More totally normal.
Bruce, Marco, and Sandy watch and review Concussion at length, and discuss the unending deathwave in the news.
3 totally normal people consider how a universal income might work in America. Would anyone work? Do we want them to?
3 totally normal people attempt to crash course themselves through the stock market crash of 1929 that ushered in America's Great Depression.