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59 minutes | Oct 10, 2018
Episode 12 - Antifa-Penultimate
The poorly-named Justice Brett gets his name-based comeuppance, and we are there for it sis. Did you know that our perfectly spherical president may have some ill-gotten gains in his past? Half of you don't care, the other half think this podcast is a Russian psyop. In the interim, we will continue to brainstorm for a holiday that Italian-Americans can really embrace that isn't predicated on wholesale slaughter and enslavement. And finally, workers: can cities be them? Workers, I mean. (We think yes.)
80 minutes | Oct 5, 2018
Episode 11 - Tales From the B.A.C. Circuit
The triumphant return of two white men in law school and their views on a white man that went through law school. Recorded days before the United States Senate decided whether or not to delegitimize an incredibly stupid and antiquated institution, Tony shares some Halloween factoids before Andrew tells the spookiest story of all: the End of Chevron (as case law, certainly not as a company standing to benefit from the death of the regulatory state).
37 minutes | Apr 28, 2018
Episode 10 - Part 2 - Ground Control To Arnold Comma Tom
Is it the late-1980s to mid-1990s? Because all of a sudden I'm paying insane amounts for long distance calls, acid wash jean jackets are everywhere, and Roseanne is back on the air! Also we've been asked to launch cruise missiles at retreating Iraqi troops, so that's fun.
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