But only because the episode demanded it be. I don’t want to raise your expectations going forward too high, after all.
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Audio available here.
…and I realized I had an opportunity to present you with an “SEK scenario” before the inevitable inevitably happened.
Keep your eyes peeled on the evening news, friends, I have a feeling it’s going to be an interesting evening.
So, a Florida man who became a Satanist to antagonize his fellow Floridians is demanding to be allowed to open a city council meeting by hailing Satan.
That’s now allowed, because the Supreme Court said that hailing Satan — or any religious invocation, for that matter — doesn’t necessarily represent a state endorsement of a particular religion.*
The Montana Attorney General just agreed with the spirit of that decision when he claimed that Flathead National Park’s “Big Mountain Jesus” statue isn’t necessarily a religious symbol, which opens the door to establishing a “shrine” to “Big Mountain Satan.”
Would that I were a sculptor — or graphic designer — as obviously talented as the person responsible for “Big Mountain Jesus,” I would be all over creating “Big Mountain Satan.” But, alas, I am not!
*Which is the equivalent of people on Twitter claiming that links aren’t endorsement, which means the Court’s as sophisticated as people on Twitter, about which the-less-thought-about-the-better.
But I’m not yet the goddamned Batman, so I can’t help him out myself.
Maybe you could pitch in until I get this whole “independently wealthy” thing figured out?
SEK is at Home Depot. He sees two scrawny WHITE GUYS pass a WOMAN who is admittedly very BUTCH.
WHITE GUY #1: Check it out.
WHITE GUY #2: Bet that dyke bitch loves her some pu –
BUTCH WOMAN: I will fuck you up.
WHITE GUY #2: Are you talking to–
BUTCH WOMAN: I, will fuck, you up.
WHITE GUY #1: Big talk from –
The WOMAN who is admittedly very BUTCH shrugs with menace.
WHITE GUY #2: She ain’t worth the — let’s roll! C’mon!
SEK: I was about to jump in there, defend your honor and shit.
BUTCH WOMAN: (laughs, nods, stoically ambles off into sunset)
Central College in Iowa allows accused rapist to choose his punishment: Immediate expulsion, or not being able to walk at graduation
Clearly, this august institution has its priorities in order:
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found so stressful that she repeatedly vomited in the bathroom.
I can’t even imagine the mindset of an administrator who would think this was a good idea — never mind, I take that back. It belongs to someone who would rather not report rape to the actual police, as “reported rapes” don’t exactly make his institution look as shiny as he believes it to be.
Watch the podcast — which, and I’m not overstating it, may well be our best, or at least most entertaining, given that we were both in a state of hyper-informed quasi-delirium when we did it — below:
Audio available here.
Steven’s latest article on Game of Thrones and its how-about-we-call-it-a-problem with handling rape and its aftermath is available
It’s the only Game of Thrones recap worth reading even if you’ve already seen the episode.
About which — I’m still not entirely sure why people like to read recaps of shows they’ve already seen, but people clearly do.
I must be the outlier here.
Here’s the thing: that’s best available option.
The selection of photographs of laborers consists, almost entirely, of sulking white workers and beaming, happy-just-to-be-employed non-white ones.