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ROMA 43 (Diego Fresco)
Welcome to another Ramblin' ROMA. Lots to cover in this one. I talk about:
Current events (of course);
How/why to compliment the women/men in your life;
Why we need to think globally, but act locally;
The life and death of my friend Diego Fresco;
Some suggestions for taking advantage of COVID;
Ideas for how to communicate with people enthralled with conspiracy theories;
A new consulting service I'm offering, here;
Some ideas for seminars I'm considering offering online.
ROMA 42 (Meteor Impact)
Hear that? That's the sound of shit hitting the fan. In this episode (not for the faint of heart), I trace current events back to the marriage of modern advertising and politics in the 1980s and the fragmentation of media. We're in for a wild ride, folks. It's just beginning.
Dr. Eleanor Janega (Medieval Sexuality)
Eleanor Janega is a very smart, very funny medieval historian, specializing in late medieval sexuality, apocalyptic thought, propaganda, and the urban experience in general, and in central Europe more particularly. She teaches medieval and early modern history at a number of universities across London.
455 - VROMA 12.2020 (Audio of Monthly VROMA for Subscribers)
In this episode, I answer listener questions about whether to savor or defend a world that may be dying, how to be single but not alone, how to choose a safe place to make a stand, and my feelings about the holiday season.
ROMA 41 - How to Think for Yourself
In this episode, I talk about how to think independently, why it's an important skill, and how to cultivate it -- all while dipping in and out of Paul Graham's essay, "How to Think for Yourself."
Anya Kaats and Erin Ginder-Shaw (Whore Rapport Podcast)
Anya and Erin are two of my all-time favorite people. Whore Rapport is their podcast, where they explore and discuss a version of sexuality that is healthy, strong, and aware, by "delving into topics such as gender, orientation, intimacy, and power without pathologizing desire, victimizing femininity, or demonizing masculinity."
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As his listenership grows, his confirmation bias grows, as his confirmation bias grows his ego grows, as his ego grows, his certainty grows... you can se where this is going. Go back to the post-modernist enclave from which you have dragged yourself Dr. (Phd) Ryan, stop gloating to your donating listeners that you do not have a job, we know, we used to listen to you at work.