This episode features blogger Rig Moroi of facebook.com/criticalmassesthinking. Michael and Rig discussed audio engineering, photography, vintage sound equipment, Boards of Canada, music, our parents’ music, 56 KLZ, Country and Western, celebrity deaths of 2016, subverting masculinity, integrated schools, critical thinking, Magnet schools, dangerous neighborhoods, youthful defiance, drama productions, nerdiness, old computers, family game rules, movies, Marvel Cinematic Universe, horror movies, cinematic sexism, Hidden Figures, equality, Alien 3, Batman films, and standup comedy.
This episode features homemaker, and founder of The Contrary Dame jewelry, Mary Soracco. Michael and Mary discussed small businesses, mentorship, self-study, big business, big pharma, big medicine, conscription, making a difference, pop culture, pop music, ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic, The Tomorrow Show with Tom Snyder, nice celebrities, James Corden, Johnny Carson, Jimmy Kimmel, Banksy, The Contrary Dame, psychology, allyship, allyship failures, smart people, privilege, fear of change, growth, The Worldwide Women’s March, equality, worker’s rights, inclusivity, intersectionality, unity, racism, social divide, the status quo, cable news, TV, women’s issues, Ian Curtis, and depressing music.
This week, Michael and Kitty chat about fitness, depression, vegan dining, cars, physical media, hummingbirds, psychoactive drugs, club flirtations, weather, food struggles, porn, sex, avoiding shaming, the spectrum of attraction, equality and social justice, standup comedy open mics, Amy Schumer, cultural stereotypes, Jurassic World, Slave Leia, positive press for plus-sized women, Tess Holliday, unwelcome attention, ice cream, Tee Fury Post Punk Heroes, and Jane the Virgin.