The Devil's Advocast - Inked Geek Studios
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Whether you want to hear it or not, there are two sides to every story. The problem is that we typically only hear one side of the many issues that we encounter daily. Each week, our hosts will take the roles of the popular opinion, its antithesis and the arbiter. We will cover some touchy subjects, but not to worry, all is merely for the sake of discussion. Any of the opinions in this show are purely for entertainment and do not necessarily reflect the views of the show, its hosts or its guests. Welcome to The Devil’s Advocast.
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Minimum Wage & Millennials - The Devil's Advocast - Episode 3
Jun 4 16
Patreon Ad Bumper SHOW OPEN Intro:Insert TDAdvocast Theme Music bumperPrerecorded Intro Bumper, Fletcher ScottWhether or not you want to hear it, there ARE two sides to every story. The problem is that we typically only hear one side or we CHOOSE to only argue with the majority of the popular opinion. Each week, Nate and Kari will take the roles of the popular opinion, its antithesis and the arbiter. What’s the catch? Simple: one of them may not agree with the argument they’re making, but they’ll do their best to play, as the show’s name suggests, “The Devil’s Advocate.” The views expressed are for entertainment purposes only, and may not reflect the actual views of the show, its hosts or guests on any given subject. The Devil's Advocast and it’s contributors will examine and argue some sensitive material. Viewer discretion is advised.This is The Devil’s Advocast @5 sec then lower to bed music Intro - MichaelGood evening, I am Michael and joining me as always on The Devil’s Advocast are Nate and Kari. Nate is the owner of Inked Geek Shows and is the creator of such great podcasts as “Mind of a Geek” and “Geek Access.” Kari is Vice President of Wolfking Studios and Co-host of the popular podcast game show “Trivia Geeks.”(Informal banter) (short but sweet). They’re both aware of today’s topics and are excited as I am to get started, so let’s dive right in! Working for a (real) livingWith inflation having run rampant over the past two decades, it has become increasingly harder for someone to live on the current minimum wage. There has been growing demands that the minimum wage be increased by over double the current wage of $7.25 to $15.00 an hour, claiming that is what is needed for any person to live in today’s economy. Kari and Nate, what do you think? Is increasing the minimum wage to $15.00 an hour the right thing to do? Discussion:Should minimum wage be increased to $15.00?Link: