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Curmudgeon’s Corner: The Burden of Pants

This week on Curmudgeon’s Corner, Bruce joins Sam for a bit different view on the presidential transition and the pandemic than we usually get from Ivan. They discuss Trumpworld conspiracy theories, low-information voters, social media deplatforming, just how close this election actually was, and more. On the pandemic side, besides the usual update on the trends (spoiler: the trends are bad) they discuss natural vs mandated behavior changes, vaccines, masks, and more. And before all that, Bruce talks about a TV series, Sam discusses a book, and they note a historical anniversary. Enjoy the show!

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Show Details:

Recorded 2020-11-21
Length this week – 2:15:01

  • (0:00:22-0:28:04) But First
    • Ivan out this week
    • Bruce TV: Game of Thrones (2011-2019)
    • Sam Book: Spook (2006)
    • Dishwasher shopping
    • Mayflower anniversary
  • (0:31:00-1:16:32) Presidential transition
    • Welcome Patron Ryan
    • Election mechanics
    • Trumpworld conspiracy theories
    • Very close election
    • Upcoming gridlock
    • Low-information voters
    • Remaining Trump gambits
    • Social media deplatforming
    • “JoBiden”
    • Trump military drawdown
  • (1:17:21-2:14:41) Pandemic
    • Trend update
    • Overwhelming hospitals
    • Natural vs mandated behavior change
    • Initial response problems
    • Vaccines
    • Masks
    • Ventilation
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1 comment to Curmudgeon’s Corner: The Burden of Pants

  • Ruth Brandon

    In africa where pandemic is slower, legal shutdown with punishment meant people were not tending crops, doing their daily market selling that bought their daily food and the issue that is bigger is now famine – they already have many diseases that kill and so far this one may be killing fewer than malaria or several others – partly of course fewer are regularly moving beyond their villages – those in city are in danger and if they go home to villages can carry it there as has been true for rural areas here also – then again lower numbers in southern hemisphere may be influenced by the fact is it now summer there :-) (no research here – just remembering things I’ve been exposed to in reading and listening)

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