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May 2019

Curmudgeon’s Corner: March of Icons

This week on Curmudgeon’s Corner, Sam and Ivan talk about the latest “Infrastructure Week”, the arguments on impeachment hearings, and Biden’s “unity” posture. They also talk about​ trade wars, the economy, and Bill and Hillary’s visit to Seattle. On the non-political front, a little bit on scheduling meetings across time zones, and a horrible scam about a bogus bleach cure that has been going around.

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Show Details:

Recorded 2019-05-23
Length this week – 2:14:44

  • (0:01:00-0:35:25) Round 1:
    • Sam: Meetings Across Time Zones
    • Ivan: Infrastructure Week
  • (0:37:08-1:11:51) Round 2:
    • Sam: Impeachment
    • Ivan: Bogus Bleach Cure
  • (1:13:36-1:38:46) Round 3:
    • Sam: Biden “Unity”
    • Ivan: Abortion
  • (1:40:02-2:12:24) Round 4:
    • Sam: Trade Wars and Economy
    • Ivan: Bill and Hillary

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1 comment to Curmudgeon’s Corner: March of Icons

  • Edward T Haines

    I have heard occasional blurbs about using bleach to treat various conditions but tend to ignore these. It sounds that the problem may be greater than I suspected. Have to wonder if the same persons poisoning their children with bleach may be the ones protecting their children from the evils of vaccinations
    On a historical bent, Cotton Mather, best known for his role in the Salem witch trials, also was a bit of a scientist. He advocated for inoculation to prevent smallpox during an epidemic in 1721. He was branded a lunatic and bludgeoned severely. A mere fifty years later, the British and General Washington both used inoculation to protect their forces.

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