Nancy Rommelman, journalist & author, sits down with Bridget for an in-depth conversation about her feature for Reason Magazine The Dream of The 90’s Dies in Portland, covering the Portland protests. They discuss what the endgame is for people whose skill set only involves destruction, how people are starting to behave in real life the way they do online, how people can become addicted to their “quest for justice,” the reality of what happens when you’ve been cancelled, and why your attitude after experiencing adversity is everything. They also cover the danger of a subscriber model when saying outrageous things and playing the victim gets you attention and an audience, the disconcerting current attitude of trying to pull everybody down rather than lifting them up, how when you weaponize terms you shut down the ability to have conversations, and their hope that the woke will go to sleep eventually. Subscribe to Nancy’s substack Make More Pie.

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  1. Architectus Coolidge

    Thank you Bridget for introducing me to an amazing, energetic and joyful warrior, Nancy Rommelman.  You are one of the best interviewers in the world of podcasts, and always provide engaging conversation and interesting guests.  Keep up the great work, both of you!

    And everyone check out Rommelman’s work online. 

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