Sep 30, 2022
Wherein Justice and Andy return to the arena of pop culture and literary studies after an overwhelming August and September. We share some of our hardships and personal reasons for having had to take a break from working on the show. We missed you and we missed each other. Glad to be back!
Mar 29, 2022
Wherein Andy and Justice labor to understand the conversation surrounding the labor shortage in the United States. We also read Melville's short story Bartleby the Scrivener as a text of labor exploitation. Topics range from the minimum wage to baseless accusations of millennial laziness to Tom Brady's unretirement. So,...
Sep 6, 2021
Wherein Andy and Justice attack the bravado of people who claim that they can defeat a wild animal in a fight. Have you ever been startled or frightened by a mouse? If you were cornered by a badger, could you make it out alive? What about a kangaroo? How do you stack up, tough guy?
Mar 7, 2021
Wherein Andy and Justice take a look at the beauty of Ted Chiang's short story and the uniform grayness of Equilibrium. We explore Michelle Alexander's The New Jim Crow and other methods of societal control. What if we didn't recognize beauty or felt emotion? Or had to watch Equilibrium again? We did it for you!