Episodes

Never Underestimate A Slow-Burn Storyline for Social Change, Anxious Millennial Cowboy Lessons

  This very late episode covers NEW AEW World Champion Adam “Hangman” Page, slow-burn storylines of the sports type, and the political and social change slow-burn storyline of the Great Resignation and Anti-Work. I discuss the foibles of the “general strike” attempts in October and political leaders looking for a big event where everything changes …

Prioritization in Advocacy & Legislator Constituent Assistance: Be A Pitcher, Not A Thrower

This was supposed to be a Fixing the Fixerpunk episode, but it’s pretty heavy on practical lessons. Topics covered: – Soundproofing for the podcast recording – Prioritizing Your Life and Activities when advocating for yourself – A Key Fixerpunk Principle: Be A Pitcher, Not A Thrower as applied to personal advocacy – Prioritizing Deadlines and …

Patrisse Cullors, Black Lives Matter, and the Business of Activism and Politics

Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors has come under fire for purchasing a $1.4 million dollar home in Los Angeles among other real estate investments. The organization has also been criticized for not directly assisting Black people adequately, including the families of victims of police brutality. As a former organization board member who has a …