Supreme Gall Podcast

Welcome to the Harvard Lunch Club Political Podcast for September 19, 2018, it is the Supreme Gall Edition of the show (number…are you ready for it?? 192!!!!) with your galling hosts radio guy Todd Feinburg and AI guy Mike Stopa (right and left coast, respectively).

Today we discuss it. Yah, you know. Gotta do it. The Brett-man. He of the giant Kavs. Our next Supreme Court Justice if the wheels don’t completely fall off the cart…and his sexual assault accuser Christine Blasey Ford. Is it *only* any-means-is-justified for the proper end action by the Democrats or is their a shred of legitimacy in their claim that – now that the R’s have agreed to a hearing for BF – the hearing now has to be postponed until the FBI has done a full investigation? Mika Brzezinksi (*Mika Brzezinski*, for heaven’s sake!!!) says the Dems are moving the goal posts. What do we think? Gotta listen to hear.

We do a little discussion of marijuana and decide that a stoned edition of the HLC podcast is just what our audience is craving…and speaking of craving, pass the Doritos.

We are only half kidding.

Our shower thoughts? Intriguing as always. Our hidden gem? Don’t Bogart that Joint from Easy Rider. Enjoy!

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Published in: Culture, Elections, Law

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  1. Bunwick Chiffswiddle Member
    Bunwick Chiffswiddle
    @Kephalithos

    You can have your mind-altering experiences. I’ll keep my self-awareness, thank you very much.

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  2. Rightfromthestart Coolidge
    Rightfromthestart
    @Rightfromthestart

    I am one of the few , the proud , the listeners or maybe just THE listener. Anyway the Democrats always have several long games in mind. Let’s say Kavanaugh gets on the court, in just a few years talking heads will be casually referring to him as having been ‘credibly’ accused of rape in high school. If they can’t win then they just Shiite all over everything.  Harry Reid comes  ‘ He didn’t win did he?’ 

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  3. HankMorgan Coolidge
    HankMorgan
    @HankMorgan

    Shut up Feinberg! We want more Stopa rambling!

    Sapiens was good at first but it got way too noble-savage-hero-worshiping towards the end.

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  4. Todd Feinburg Contributor
    Todd Feinburg
    @toddfeinburg

    Bunwick Chiffswiddle (View Comment):

    You can have your mind-altering experiences. I’ll keep my self-awareness, thank you very much.

    The purpose of the mind altering experiences would be enhanced self-awareness.

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  5. Todd Feinburg Contributor
    Todd Feinburg
    @toddfeinburg

    HankMorgan (View Comment):

    Shut up Feinberg! We want more Stopa rambling!

    Sapiens was good at first but it got way too noble-savage-hero-worshiping towards the end.

    Shut up Hank, I’ve had 3 years of his rambling. I could assemble a loop for you?

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  6. Todd Feinburg Contributor
    Todd Feinburg
    @toddfeinburg

    Rightfromthestart (View Comment):

    I am one of the few , the proud , the listeners or maybe just THE listener. Anyway the Democrats always have several long games in mind. Let’s say Kavanaugh gets on the court, in just a few years talking heads will be casually referring to him as having been ‘credibly’ accused of rape in high school. If they can’t win then they just Shiite all over everything. Harry Reid comes ‘ He didn’t win did he?’

    If all that comes to pass for the Dems, Kavanaugh will have been on the court, and they can disparage him however they wish!

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  7. Michael Stopa Contributor
    Michael Stopa
    @MichaelStopa

    HankMorgan (View Comment):

    Shut up Feinberg! We want more Stopa rambling!

    Sapiens was good at first but it got way too noble-savage-hero-worshiping towards the end.

    Hank, stick to your guns. Feinburg knows that my ramblings are HLC’s secret sauce.

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  8. Wolverine Inactive
    Wolverine
    @Wolverine

    On hidden gems last week, I thought I heard you say Gilbert O’Sullivan and not Gilbert and Sullivan. Thankfully he is still hidden.

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  9. colleenb Member
    colleenb
    @colleenb

    I say stick with the Gilbert & Sullivan – although perhaps they were using when they wrote some of the, er, more interesting operettas.  A lot of dream sequences if you know what I mean.  Enjoyable podcast as usual.

    My tendency is not to ‘believe’ Professor Ford for a number of reasons.  Definitely one is that she went to the very preppy Holton Arms – maybe even preppier than Georgetown Prep.  I grew up in the DC area and those ladies tended to be idiots.  The fact that the Professor ended up in California teaching psychology just proves the idiot part.  (Sorry to any smart HA ladies there may be out there but you have to prove to me you can think your way out of paper bag before I’ll listen to you.) 

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  10. HankMorgan Coolidge
    HankMorgan
    @HankMorgan

    Todd Feinburg (View Comment):

    HankMorgan (View Comment):

    Shut up Feinberg! We want more Stopa rambling!

    Sapiens was good at first but it got way too noble-savage-hero-worshiping towards the end.

    Shut up Hank, I’ve had 3 years of his rambling. I could assemble a loop for you?

    Do I smell a special edition of the podcast? The All Stopa Rambling Edition?

    • #10