Attack Ads! The Podcast

In my last episode, I questioned use of the word "accidents," which take focus away from the hazards that cause them. Why? Because hazards can be fixed. I'll give you some real-world examples of good places to start in this Episode 241: TANA, ATU Edition. 

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Direct download: TANA_ATU_Edition.mp3
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This is merely a brief calendrical announcement and celebration.  Enjoy.

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Direct download: Ten_Freakin_Years.mp3
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For too long, the question of what is “safe”—and who should take the blame when it isn't—has been muddled in the name of profits.  Maybe we should avoid the word “accident” itself.  I'll explore that question in this Episode 240: There Are No Accidents.

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Direct download: There_Are_No_Accidents.mp3
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My show is reactive: things happen, and I react to them.  This happened recently when the number and tone of commercials in my podcast feed spiked.  I cover this and speculation on why it happened in this Episode 239: What I Do With The Mad That I Feel.

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Direct download: What_I_Do_With_the_Mad_That_I_Feel.mp3
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Politics in America comes down to the DEMs vs. the GOPs, right?  One represents wealth, and the other claims the hearts of regular people, right? Well, it’s more complicated.  I'll explore this not so much in this Episode 238: The Third Estate Rising.

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Direct download: The_Third_Estate_Rising.mp3
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We all suspect our devices are increasingly using their microphones and cameras to snoop on us.  Over the years, I’ve explored that suspicion.  I’ll go over some of that history, and finish with some news, in this Episode 237: Spare Me The EULAgee!

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Direct download: Spare_Me_the_EULAgee.mp3
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I introduce a new word in this episode more to point out that it does not represent a new concept, but rather a very old one.  The problem of controlling this recent outbreak due to an old story is the topic of this Episode 236: Madison's Farcical Tragedy.

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Direct download: Madisons_Farcical_Tragedy.mp3
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