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We strive to be both intellectually stimulating and entertaining, with commentary on everything from recent world political phenomena to Lebron’s dominance. With two of the three founders of the platform being from Cleveland, Ohio, we strive to keep the pulse of what is happening in the Midwest and other parts of the country that are typically ignored by those living on the coasts. We all have relative expertise in theory, philosophy, literary theory, and comparative literature, and aim to u ...
 
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We are Russian agents on this one. Billy, Joy, and new guest Nikolai discuss the Strelka Institute, an architecture and urban planning school/think tank housed in Moscow, which Joy and Nikolai both attend. We also discuss the strange dreams that Nikolai has been having, including one where he and his friends are running away from an apocalyptic eve…
 
Billy (@goodpureform) and Joy (@dykwyas) are joined by Rob Kozar and Jackson Frons (@fronssss). We discuss indie lit, Tao Lin, Jackson's various literary side hustles, Jacques Tati's "Playtime," WKW's "Fallen Angels," Kafka's "The Castle," Joy's recent trip to Chicago, whether or not we would welcome being sent to a penal colony, the world of NYC j…
 
In this episode, the original gang of Billy (@goodpureform), Joy (@dykwyas), and Kyle (@chickenpaprkia) discuss a few films by Wong Kar-wai, most notably Chungking Express, Happy Together, and Fallen Angels, with reference to Ackbar Abbas' book "Hong Kong: Culture and the Politics of Disappearance." We also generally muse about the new year, and va…
 
William Lennon, Rob Kozar, and Kyle are at it again, discussing the revoking of net neutrality, Doug Jones' victory in the Alabama special election and its implications, and Dayna Tortorici's essay in the latest edition of N+1, "In the Maze." (https://nplusonemag.com/issue-30/the-intellectual-situation/in-the-maze/). We also have a special segment …
 
In this episode, myself and Rob Kozar have a two-pronged thesis. The first part of it is that US government puts forth false narratives in order to justify our military presence in foreign countries, namely the Middle East. The second part of it is that the media often plays-down or mis-represents our actions involving foreign governments. We look …
 
Billy, Jasmine and Kevin talk about gentrification in New York and Cleveland. We talk about how a combination of artists moving to low-income areas in conjunction with developers drive out people who have lived in those low-income areas for a long time, mainly POC's, which is basically a new form of colonization. We also talk about whether or not a…
 
Billy and Kyle are joined by special guest Jasmine. We discuss Torts, Hillary's new book, Trash TV, cigarettes, and Kingdom Hearts. Articles discussed are by Sam Kriss.(http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/hillary-clinton-what-happened-review_us_59c16721e4b0186c22066d72) and Chris Lehmann (https://thebaffler.com/blessed-and-brightest/what-happened).…
 
On this episode, Billy, Kyle, and Joy discuss the colonization of Hong Kong, 4 chan, left Facebook, editing Wikipedia pages for Feminism, and why Draymond Green is kind of a surrealist. Articles and books discussed are "Collaborative Colonial Power: The Making of the Hong Kong Chinese" by Sang Law and "An Oasis of Horror in an Internet of Boredom" …
 
I'm joined by Rob Kozar, Jackson Frons, and Peter Adler Asch. We discuss Dad rock, celebrities in politics, valor, identity politics, Lena Dunham and OBJ, Marxism, the Arab Spring, D3 tennis, sports culture, Peter's Great Grandfather Solomon Asch, and neoliberalism. Rob leaves and returns just like a little man you might know named JESUS. Articles …
 
I'm joined by my housemate, fellow JD collaborator, and professor at LCCC, Rob Kozar. We discuss evolutionary theory, the state of the left, social psychological experiments, Zizek, Lenin, Althusser, and Radiohead's song "Optimistic", which I stupidly didn't use to close out the podcast. Song Credits:Venus by TelevisionChain Smoker by ChanceSweetes…
 
On this episode Jason, Kyle, and Billy discuss Amber A'Lee Frost's recent piece in the Baffler (https://thebaffler.com/outbursts/all-worked-up-nowhere-to-go-frost) as well as a piece on the alt-right by Evan Malmgren (https://www.dissentmagazine.org/article/dont-feed-the-trolls-alt-right-culture-4chan). We also discuss future plans to head to Grand…
 
On this episode we talk about Eamon Levesque's article "Crimes Against Design (https://www.jacobinmag.com/2017/06/trump-gucci-vetements-fashion-couture-art) and David Alm's article on Richard Spencer in the Point (https://thepointmag.com/2017/politics/i-see-a-darkness), as well Alex Katz' show at the CMA, as well as Cleveland and de facto segregati…
 
In episode 6, we do a little reading series. We look at Giorgio Agamben, Nietzsche, Chu Tien-Wen, some author whose name I forgot that Joy talked about, and Svetlana Alexievich. We also talk about Charles Murray's visit to Middlebury, and analyze how the right can "trigger" events such as the violent protests at Midd to occur, and then put that rea…
 
We are Lind-Boys this week! Kyle and Billy, in the absence of Joy, talk about whether or not the Midwest will become more relevant after the Democrats failed to create a coalition of the coasts and large urban areas, Michael Lind's article "To Have and to Have Not," the invisibility of elites in society, our historical moment's similarity to Heideg…
 
The boys are once again joined by Joy, and they discuss a variety of topics, including the Japanese education system, where we got the name for our podcast, Billy's supposed resemblance to Kevin Love, Adorno's presence in a department store, Fidel Castro, and Peter Thiel. We discuss Laurie Rojas' piece "The New Culture War?" (http://www.caesuraonli…
 
In Episode 1 of a podcast to be named, chief and garwin are joined by special guest Joy (Hong Kong). They discuss, amongst other things, living abroad, 10 pound cocktails, hipster bakeries, Cracker Barrel, Marxist aesthetic theory, UK football culture, Alain Badiou's recent talk on the election, Gilles Deleuze's theory of "Control Societies," and 3…
 
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