Michael Malice, author of The New Right, returns for a wild discussion covering everything from Americans’ naive ideas about people in power, why he blocks his fans on Twitter, his vision of the future, and the etymology of the term “c*m gutters”. He and Bridget debate whether Trump radiates BDE or suffers from a SDE inferiority complex, marvel at how many people have jumped on the “burn it all down” train, share their addiction to watching people get outraged, and muse about whether they are insufferable or endearing. You decide, in this episode that covers everything from Albert Camus’ Absurdist philosophy, to Bridget’s life philosophy that she’s just another soon-to-be-dead Bridget, how trying to position someone as “beyond criticism” is a domination tactic, and why the sanctity of life is a relatively new idea.

 

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  1. Leslie Watkins Member
    Leslie Watkins Joined in the first year of Ricochet Ricochet Charter Member

    The Accidental Pundit is a great idea. Here’s a suggestion: first write the stories in first person and then rewrite them in the third person to make them more meaningful than mere memoir. Just a thought. You’re a lot of fun but have more than fun to relay.

    FWIW, I think things would be much better after “burn it all down,” except, of course, for the innocents who get caught in the fire, and that’s why people agree in their hearts but flee from the thought in their brains.

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    • January 9, 2020, at 11:32 AM PST
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  2. Zed11 Lincoln

    Huge fan of Malice. Michael’s okay, too.

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    • January 9, 2020, at 6:06 PM PST
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