Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America discuss yet another North Korean missile test, which appears to have been a major flop.  They also try to read between the lines of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson 23-word statement in response to the North Korean missile.  And they shred Pepsi’s horrible new web ad, apparently designed to appeal to social justice warriors, that ends up as a “Dagwood sandwich of bad” and actually infuriates the Black Lives Matter crowd.

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  1. ClosetSubversive Inactive

    Won’t play.  Wouldn’t play yesterday either.

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  2. Pepe LePew Inactive
    Pepe LePew

    If that cello player in the Pepsi commercial practiced in a high-rise, he’d be getting a lot of complaints. So practicing on the roof makes sense. However, since the protest continued even as the cello played, it disproves the belief that music hath charms to soothe the savage breast. Only a Pepsi can soothe that savage breast.

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  3. ToryWarWriter Thatcher

    Yeah I was worried it was just me not being able to play it.

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  4. Max Ledoux Admin
    Max Ledoux

    @closetsubversive & @torywarwriter it’s playing for me here in this post.  I do get a few second delay as it buffers before it plays. I tried it in both Safari and Chrome. What are you using? (And have you ever considered subscribing in iTunes or another podcast app instead of listening on the website?)

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  5. ToryWarWriter Thatcher

    I cant use an ITunes app at my work computer.

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  6. Max Ledoux Admin
    Max Ledoux

    ToryWarWriter (View Comment):
    I cant use an ITunes app at my work computer.

    Do you have a cell phone?

    • #6