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Questions: We Don't Have Answers

Questions: We Don’t Have Answers is a podcast that seeks to attack life’s most frustrating queries head-on in an effort to reach the much sought-after egalitarian society through the most simple yet difficult forms of education: communication!
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Now displaying: August, 2016
Aug 26, 2016

Eager for a topic set on "Easy" mode, the guys discuss fallen celebrities and reach for an overall takeaway opinion on several key figures, from late musicians to creepy comic book artists to wacky actors and disturbing and horrible people altogether.

Aug 19, 2016

HOW MUCH DOES RACE INFORM YOUR EVERYDAY LIFE?

In this, the first of three "pilot" episodes, Donovan and Harry discussed racial pride, the value of race and and their own experiences growing up and coming to terms with their ethnic backgrounds.

An awkward start done awkwardly, this was an attempt to start the series from an honest foundation. As a result the two hosts are laid at their most bare and personal, and even make some mistakes which one attempts to rectify at the end (*hint* it's Donovan). Future Episodes will seek to be less heavy.

Aug 19, 2016

BDSM, Rape and Other Things...

 

Part two in the podcast's three part made-for-television movie has Harry and Don discuss sexual fantasies in all its forms. Starting low and sinking further, topics discussed include domination fantasies and what powers them, rape fantasies, racial sexual preference and the beginning of the "Japan saga".

 

Aug 19, 2016

Ever? Or Never?

Part Three of the podcast's origin story sees the guys tackle Ethnocentrism. What is it? How does it apply to daily life? Is it inherently evil? Talk of Eskimos, World War II and Japan are included.

 

 

Linked here is the account of the Inuits and the Hudson Bay race, further ethnocentrisim in a more foundational way.

Aug 19, 2016

Everyone's ashamed of the youth 'cuz the truth looks strange

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