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Drunk Poetry is a program featured in podcasts and videos that welcomes poets, writers and satirists to talk with our host, Marty Woldman about politics, current events, social issues - all through the lens of literature...and alcohol.
We have a new show coming out this fall: Drunk Poetry. Paul sits down with the show's creator, Marty Woldman, to give you a sneak peek.
Now banished, this vile social parasite must slither along alone, into the wilderness, with no means of sustenance, eating handfuls of grass and twigs, then vomiting them up and blaming that too on the Mexicans.
Science unto itself bears no inherent qualities of moral or ethical predisposition. It compiles premises and reports on the probability of effects. Philosophy utilizes all available information to grant humanity broader perspective.
I was arguing with some folks the other day. I was like, "No platform for Nazis!" And they were like, "Everybody deserves to be heard!" And this one lady told me that she learned a lot from all sorts of speakers at her school. I told her, "Why not have me speak? I'm just as qualified as Nazis. I'm more entertaining. And I'm not a racist."
The tweet read, “IF WE CAN BE EQUALS IN SPORT, WE CAN BE EQUALS EVERYWHERE.” All caps. Because champions don’t use lower case. This is a really weird statement because we’re obviously not all equal in sports. My understanding is that the whole point of sports is to see who’s better at doing the sport. If everybody was equal and all sports were tied, nobody would watch.
I haven’t seen the movie. I’m not going to. But I have seen both trailers twice, and I read most of the Wikipedia synopsis, which is all I need to denounce this congregation of moving images as a blight on humanity. If you haven’t seen the trailers, nor read most of the Wikipedia synopsis, worry not. I’ll save you the trouble.
exas is waging war against its self-proclaimed "Sanctuary Cities." Here's why it's a problem...
09.02.16 | MINISODES | OIL & WATER
In this episode, we join correspondent Sarah Echo Colón to delve into the fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline, and what it means to Native American Activists.