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#67: Headlines—and How to Read Them
This is a headline hodgepodge episode, covering mostly political articles, including Charlottesville, racism, the American Confederacy, slavery, and so much more.
- 0:23 - Today’s Coffee Talk
- Trader Joe’s Bolivian
- Jura Impressa C60
- New Coffees from Trader Joe’s
- Guatemalan Extra Dark Roast
- Honey-Processed Nicaraguan
- 7:00 - How to Read Headlines
- 8:00 - Mis-information vs. Dis-information
- 10:00 - Persuasion vs. Manipulation
- 11:00 - Reporter vs. Journalist vs. Commentator
- 15:00 - Justified Opinion vs. Unjustified Opinion
- 16:00 - Truth vs. the Truth vs. the Whole Truth
- 17:00 - Headlines
- 17:00 - “Dolly Parton’s Civil-War Themed Dinner Theater”
- 28:00 - “How We Know the So-called Civil War was Not over Slavery”
- 32:00 - “Fact Check: Were Women Allowed to Wear Mini-skirts in Afghanistan in the 1970s”
- 36:00 - “Whataboutism” on Wikipedia
- 39:00 - “MSESPN pulls Asian Announcer Named Robert Lee off UVa Game to avoid Offending Idiots”
- 43:00 - The Tom Woods Show