In this episode of Refuting Stupidity, which was recorded in September 2017, Brett and Rob discuss the stupidity involved in a letter to the editor of the Oregonian newspaper from 9/11/2017. The Dynamically Drunken Duo shred the letter writer's opinion that the First Amendment does not allow people to discriminate in their business dealings.
Letter to the Editor Source: Using First Amendment to Discriminate
The Dynamically Drunken Duo get all religious on ya.
In this alcohol-fueled episode, Brett and Rob, in the spirit of Episode 017 - Common Objections from the Right, are back and slaying common objections from the Christian Right. They tackle:
Don't worry, the guys didn't ignore the big-I issue (Israel). That segment had to be cut for time from this episode, but it will be released in a few weeks as its own bonus episodelet.
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This Episode's Drink of Choice: The Sexton Single Malt Irish Whiskey
In this Bonus Episodelet, cut for time from Episode 024 - More Liberty Definitions, Brett and Rob dig deeply into the Anarcho-Communists. Rob details the dualism of Anarcho-Communism, how the twain should never meet, how it appears to be agitating for a GBIG, and how it does not believe that there can be an objective measurement of labor productivity. If Anarcho-Communists get their way, productivity drops to nil, and you cannot be downsized for lack of work. It's a good thing that the Bulleit is flowing...
In the inaugural episode of Refuting Stupidity, which was recorded in September 2017, Brett and Rob discuss the stupidity involved in the standing for the flag controversy, most commonly found in the NFL. They talk about why it is stupid, who is being stupid, and whether they choose to stand for the flag or not and why. This has turned out to be a rather controversial topic for discussion, and the Dynamically Drunken Duo know that they may wind up angering people with their opinions. Have a listen with an open mind and emotions in check, as the guys are going to get controversial.