Welcome to the Harvard Lunch Club Political Podcast number 177 it’s the Emotional Support Podcast because, you know, everyone needs a little emotional support from time to time and we, yes *we*, you HLC Podcast comfort animals radio host Todd Feinburg and nanophysicist Mike Stopa are here to provide it. We will give you the emotional support you need and, face it, that you so richly deserve.
We will discuss, naturally, emotional support animals (other than ourselves). Is the whole thing a fad? Is it getting out of hand? Is it just more Randian victimhood splattering on our enfeebled, moocher culture? We will discuss.
And then, Roseanne Barr. What is there to say? Rosanne, what the dern are you doing? You just don’t compare African Americans (or Africans for that matter) to primates. IT is an insult of, let us say, the first order. Don’t do it. Don’t think it. Honestly, what do you think Black people are going to say? “Oh that Roseanne! She really can stick the needle in, can’t she?” Honest to Pete, what an awful thing to say…and we all *hated* V.J. right up until she said it…and then we have to be *sympathetic* to Valerie fricken Jarrett? O.M.G. Tell me it ain’t so.
Our shower thoughts? Of course! And fifty years ago today the Beatles’ Love Me Do hit the top of the charts! The Beatles’ fourth chart topper in five months. Enjoy!
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