Two leftist cishet White Wokists whinging about current events as well as talking to peerless people about substantial subjects.
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TPPP Episode 128 : Mason-Dixon Madness
Lyman returns and we talk about the Trump Impeachment Trial; the OMB confirmation getting a bit testy; U. S. risk of cyber attacks on infrastructure; Tennessee Governor douchebag Lee saying that trans women in sports is a major problem; Jason Isbell giving his royalties from the song he wrote, which was performed by some racist country f**k, to Nashville NAACP; where the f**k IS the Mason Dixon line?; and much more!
TPPP Episode 127 : The Better Part of Dixieland
I have Tommy Hatcher from Dixieland of the Proletariat as my guest. He practically begged to come back on the show, so, being the nice guy I am, agreed. We talked about leftist politics in the South, as well as politics in general.
TPPP Episode 126 : Lyman Returns
Lyman is back from hiatus! We mostly talk about current politics, namely the Capitol riots and the newly elected Biden administration and the their plans, as well as executive order that have already been enacted. And we had people come and actually give comments that I read on the air! Will wonders never cease!
TPPP Episode 125: The Skeptical Satanist
Daniel Criss from The Skeptical Satanist Podcast joins me to talk about his denconversion; his experiences with Satanism; abortion. and sucking his own dick. No I swear!
TPPP Episode 124 : Everyone's Autonomous
This week I spoke to Marie D'Elephant, host of Everyone's Autonomous Podcast. We talk about her show, her journey out of religion, her photography, her views on ethical non-monogamy, and more!
TPPP Episode 123 : Angry Black Rant
Jon Livingston from Angry Black Rant as we talk about politics, voting, guns, me being old, because I turned 46 today. Yay me. If you want to get me something, become a patron, send money, or leave a rating on iTunes.
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