Imaginarium 51: Bill And Ted Are Innocent Imaginarium 51: Bill And Ted Are Innocent
With Todd away for workplace shenanigans, Scott invites his old friend, and past guest Joe Adams to talk about journalism, the shootings in San... Imaginarium 51: Bill And Ted Are Innocent

With Todd away for workplace shenanigans, Scott invites his old friend, and past guest Joe Adams to talk about journalism, the shootings in San Bernardino, and even the Presidential elections. Entertaining, serious, and at times controversial, this week’s episode is sure to spark some debate.

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  • Abe

    I’m just here for Joe.

  • Abe

    Joe I don’t know if you comment much here, but I’d like some clarification. I don’t get the Republicans are the same as the British Crown that we rebelled against.

  • Joseph K. Adams

    We have gone from taxation without representation to representation without taxation for the upper crust. We have more limitations on free speech, particularly in public. We no longer require a warrant for reasonable search and seizure if it is stored in the cloud or is for National Security. Can be tried without charges, accusers or trial. We are dancing close to the restriction against one religion (at least) and when one gets outside the ‘no restriction’ clause we are all up for grabs. We have the upperclass twits of the US equal to or significantly worse than the upperlass twist of King George Wacko (probably because the former has so much extra money to play with).

    I think we are working our way through the Bill of Rights to return us to a pre-revolutionary society where woman, blacks, browns, offwhites, and waged underclass will be stripped of the foundation from which they could protest.

    I need to say that it isn’t always about being white (which as Louis CK is GREAT) because the Irish are so white they are damned near fluorescent blue and they were required to take their turn in the barrel. (And did a bang up job, I have to say.)

    We are NOT required to quarter soldiers against our wills. So far.

    That is the direction my observations have pointed me.

  • Abe

    Excellent, I agree with most everything you said and I just wanted to hear more on the topic. I will say though, “We have more limitations on free speech, particularly in public.” seems to be coming more from this new regressive left that’s becoming oh so popular on college campuses.