Paisios and Borzoi react to episode 4 of Waco: Of (((Milk))) and Men
Borzoi starts whistlin' Dixie as he invites Musonius Rufus on to southernpost about the Outlaw Josey Wales. Join us for a little Civil War history, a little Southern pride, a little regionalism, and even a little bit of NRx posting as they celebrate the rebel classic.
Episode 3 of the Waco miniseries on the Paramount Network has aired. Join Borzoi and Paisios for the after-episode reaction.
It's the podcast that ties the network together, the Poz Button! Borzoi and Spectre go full Boomer on the Big Lebowski. Join us for Borzoi's typically bad internet and audio connection as they get into the (((Coen Brothers))), neo-noir, and the Persian Gulf War.
Borzoi rolls out an experiment in bugmanism by recording a reaction to the first two episodes of the Waco miniseries. Stay tuned for the week-to-week reaction of this peculiar project that dramatizes the horrific events of the frequently misunderstood and lied about siege.
Crank up that Xurious and physically remove communists. This week on the Poz Button, Borzoi invites on General Belisarius and Glock Doctor to discuss a Laotian Stop-Motion film by the title of Jin-Roh. You might know it better as the Right Wing Death Squads movie. Strap in for a long chat about Japan, soldiers, war, PTSD, and yes, even anime.
Borzoi rolls a Nat 20 this week and talks about something he actually does enjoy with Godcast member SuperLutheran: Dungeons and Dragons. We give a brief history and overview of the game, and show you one of the simplest ways of creating collaborative culture.
May the Ficus be with you! The Poz Button finally talks shop on the Last Jedi this week, read some Chinese reviews, and get into Warhammer 40k, bugmen, and the death of a franchise. With guests Titus Flavius of Kulturkampf and Tales from the Trough and Myles Poland from the Godcast.
This week on the Poz Button, Borzoi brings back DinoCon to talk about (((whiteness))), authenticity, ethnic humor, and hip hop culture in the curious 2003 comedy Malibu's Most Wanted. Positioned as a satire on hip hop and wiggers, the movie is an interesting example of a film that couldn't be made in this political age.
This week on the Poz Button Borzoi reconsiders his pricing model for paid episodes as he does an episode on the lost generation of men known as the Bronies, while also doing his best to do a PB on the recent My Little Pony movie. He's joined by Paisios, who to his credit took the concept seriously, and Roscoe, who unfortunately was beset by internet connection problems. Thank you to an anonymous donation on behalf of Exodus/Americanus for us to make sense of this phenomenon and its affect on Europa's sons. We couldn't have done it without you. Literally.