WitGlass Unfiltered - Episode 32


#32: The Comedy of Comey

Of course I talk about the Jura Impressa C60, but this time I also talk about the Keurig and a recent experience with paper filters in both the Keurig 1.0 and the Keurig 2.0. Then I talk about the relationship of politics and culture, and the importance of utilizing accurate generalizations. Then I talk about the circus that is politics—particularly American politics—and I express (mild) remorse that I’m not a funnier person so I could draw out just how hilarious I find politics. And I end the episode with a brief analysis of James Comey’s disastrous feelings.

Topics Discussed

  • 1:00 - Today’s Coffee Talk
    • Jura Impressa C60
    • Keurig
  • 8:00 - Politics and Culture
    • 10:00 - Russian Revolutions
    • 11:00 - Various Strands of Culture
    • 13:00 - The Value of Accurate Generalizations
    • 14:00 - The Circus of Politics
    • 15:00 - Me the Comedian
  • 16:00 - Comey
    • 17:00 - Outlandish Claims
    • 18:00 - Irrationality on Twitter
    • 22:00 - The Non-evidence of Comey’s Bad Feelings

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