The Best Debate In The Universe - Episode #4
June 28th, 2016
This week: the UK bids adiEU to the European Union. Was it a sick-ass diss in the face of overbearing regulation and heavy-handed immigration policies, or was it fiscal suicide, throwing the currency into free-fall with no guaranteed economic advantages?
I'm joined by the brilliant Lord Matthew from JOQ--one of the handful of 3-letter domains in existence, and the badass behind the development of the network features announced in this episode. I'm also joined by the ball-and-gut busting comedian, Ron Babcock. I think this video of Ron tells you all you need to know about him:
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Also, here's the video I shot with Joe for Joe Goes from last week, where I slam-dunked my rhetorical ball sack all over the video:
And my good friend and E3 correspondent, Tom Philips from Game Obliterator sent me his own E3 wrap-up all throughout the episode.
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BBC - The UK has decided to leave the European Union
MarketWatch - 5 arguments why UK should vote for a Brexit and 5 against
AP - Bendy bananas and cucumbers that might tear up your puss without EU regulations
Independent.co.uk - Many leave voters are experiencing BREGRET
Financial Times - Banks start shifting resources to the EU
Reuters - Bankers are advising companies not to move forward with IPOs and big-ticket purchases for at least the rest of 2016
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