Jayoh and Alex become superfriends too!
Sven screws around in the new studio setup a bit.
With just 23 days until the midterms, McFeels and Halberstram identify the trend of polling and subsequent rating normalization as analysts are forced to come to grips with an electoral reality they've been attempting to stave off since early summer. With leftist mob violence on the uptick, what seems to be an even more virulent strain of the reverse Bradley effect is being reflected in the polls. From there it's onto the premise that winning, not losing, is in fact the most significant and meaningful multiplier effect for accelerationism, a blue slip showdown in the Senate, Kanye, Rosenstein, Shitholer Caravan 2.0, dissecting Democrats' decades old immigration problem, charges of sexual racism, NPCs and more -- if it's Sunday, it's another jam-packed episode of FTN!
- FTN 156: Imaginary Mob Violence
- FTN 155: Animal House 2: Kav’s Coming for You
- FTN 154: The Thot Who Cried Chad
We’ve gotten a lot of feedback about the call-in format. Thank you all for writing in and letting us know what you think. Starting next month, we’re going to try out the format for probably two episodes, then go from there.
Kev Renner of the Winners Circle and KevCoin fame joins us to discuss the philosophy of punting and the Everest Cup controversy; Chinese political and corporate espionage and sabotage; Shorten’s proposed immigration advisory board; and ScoMo’s Pentecostalism. The Dingoes – Download
This week on the Poz Button we dive delicately into the shaping of the narrative of the Holocaust after watching the peculiar one-man show Hoaxocaust, in which a gay Jew searches for a Jewish identity that could exist if the Holocaust never happened. Spectre and Borzoi puzzle over this queer piece while also looking at…