The Best Debate In The Universe - Episode #77
November 27th, 2017
This week we inadvertently had two amazing debates with our guest, Adam from Your Movie Sucks. The first was about movies that are so bad they're good, so the debate at 2:34 is: WHAT'S THE BEST WORST MOVIE OF ALL TIME? The second debate was about Net Neutrality, which was prompted by a news article at 1:25:13. SHOULD WE KEEP NET NEUTRALITY?
Debate starts at 2:34. Second debate at: 1:25:13 We're joined by the incredible Adam from Your Movie Sucks - YMS. Adam has one of the best movie-review and analysis sites on the Internet, and has also launched his own gaming channel called Adum Plaze. We debated what the best "worst" movie of all time was this episode. From shitty cinematography, writing and acting to failed marketing attempts, we cover two of the juggernauts in this field: Fateful Findings and The Room. Both are superbly shitty and immensely enjoyable to watch. Plus me, Adam and Erik from Internet Comment Etiquette went to The Price is Right together! We talk about that around 39:12. Really packed episode with voicemail is at 52:28. Watch the video version here Madcast Media Network YouTube channel:
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Here's a pic from the episode:
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Finally we round out the episode with a story about a record-breaking auction for a Leonardo da Vinci painting and a big unintentional debate about net neutrality. Plus Adam talks about his new album and what a "fisher" is. Really huge episode.
The voicemail number is: 1-562-58-I-RULE (1-562-584-7853).
CNN - Cards Against Humanity buy land to prevent border wall
Reuters - FCC plans to vote to overturn US net neutrality rules
NY Times - Leonardo da Vinci painting sells for over $450 million dollars!
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