The Best Debate In The Universe - Episode #87
February 5th, 2018
Our guest, Kristen Brancaccio joins the debate this week, with a surprise answer: nothing. That is, nothing sucked about the 2000s. I point out a little thing called 9/11, and Rucka brings up drug PSAs from the 90s. But since it's the second week we've discussed the reward for saving a life, that's the second debate question this week: is $300 and a banquet enough of a reward for saving someone's life? Or are firefighters getting screwed? Madcast Media Network YouTube channel:
Here's Kristen's Walking Dead video she directed for Bonnie Von Duyke:
And here's a Walking Dead short she directed called "Lost and Found:"
Rucka recaps his story about a guy who saved someone's life in a "Plum" market (think: Whole Foods) and only got $300. Is this a shitty reward? Vote now! Plus ya boi Mikey Bolts is back from a stint with the flu and the NFL.
Here's the bonus episode for all the winners who want to support the show:
And here's my new book, F*ck Whales: Petty essays from a brilliant mind:
This week Mikey Bolts brings in the news, where one of the stories sounds suspiciously like an ad. What do you think? Chime in below. Also this wasn't an exhaustive list of things that sucked from the 2000s, any big ones we missed? And by "we" I mean everyone but me because I know everything. Chime in below:
The voicemail number is: 1-562-58-I-RULE (1-562-584-7853).
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