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The guys from the Disruption Now crew take a look at notable stories from the news and products of the culture and break down what they see. No manipulation or subterfuge, just honestly and insight.

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The guys from the Disruption Now crew take a look at notable stories from the news and products of the culture and break down what they see. No manipulation or subterfuge, just honestly and insight.

    The Economic and Social Implications of Raising the Minimum Wage & Aggressive Manhood

    The Economic and Social Implications of Raising the Minimum Wage & Aggressive Manhood

    The fight over raising the federal minimum wage in the U.S. looks to be heating up, so James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana consider the extent to which most of the economic and the social questions being debated have already been answered (01:56). The guys also take a look at recent research on what makes men more likely to respond aggressively to threats to their masculinity (as opposed to physical threats) (42:13).

    • 57 min
    Leadership in Times of Rolling Blackouts & a Look at Prince Hall

    Leadership in Times of Rolling Blackouts & a Look at Prince Hall

    The crisis in Texas involving an overwhelmed power grid and millions being left in the cold presented a challenge and an opportunity for the state’s leadership, so James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana discuss the approach that has been taken and what is need for our society to better handle matters like these (01:23). The guys also take a look at Prince Hall, founder of Prince Hall Freemasonry and a fascinating but an underappreciated figure from the time of our nation’s founding (42:54).

    • 52 min
    Streaming Between the Lines - Reconstruction: America After the Civil War

    Streaming Between the Lines - Reconstruction: America After the Civil War

    Henry Louis Gates Jr.’s “Reconstruction: America After the Civil War” documentary series, which originally aired in 2019 on PBS, provides a deep dive into an immensely impactful yet often overlooked time in American history, and James Keys, Tunde Ogunlana, and Rick Ellsley discuss their biggest takeaways from the series and how what happened during this time period still influences much of contemporary American culture, politics, and economics.

    • 59 min
    Facebook Bans “False Claims” About Vaccines & Managing Procrastination as an Emotion

    Facebook Bans “False Claims” About Vaccines & Managing Procrastination as an Emotion

    Facebook’s decision to ban vaccine misinformation during the COVID-19 pandemic appears to be a major departure from its normal handling of misinformation, so James Keys and Rob Richardson discuss their reaction to this effort, the good and bad could come from it, the extent to which this kind of simple approach can work for our society’s complex problems (01:06). The guys also take a look at some recent research into how and why people procrastinate and discuss how they try to minimize procrastination in their own lives (30:21).

    • 42 min
    Culture Series: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck, a book by Mark Manson

    Culture Series: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck, a book by Mark Manson

    Mark Manson’s 2016 bestselling book “The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck,” challenges many common beliefs on how to find happiness and fulfillment and lays out what it describes as a “counterintuitive approach,” so James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana discuss their impressions of the book and their thoughts on some of the major principles it articulates. NOTE: this podcast contains spoilers.

    • 54 min
    A Stimulus Inflated Stock Market & Trading Privacy for Security

    A Stimulus Inflated Stock Market & Trading Privacy for Security

    It appears that significant amounts of government stimulus dollars are being used not for necessities but to play in the stock market, so James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana discuss how this happened and how big of a problem it is (01:13). The guys discuss the tradeoffs between security or convenience and privacy in light of a report about an employee for a national security company who used security cameras in customer’s homes to view unsuspecting people’s sex lives (39:41).

    • 59 min

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