I find them very entertaining. I think they’re generally good and they haven’t jumped on the Ukraine band wagon as far as I know. Or at the very least they tend to avoid the topic. Milo is hilarious but has piss poor takes on current and historical socialist countries and similarly Alice occasionally has channy/memey quips about the USSR. Riley generally seems to steer away from this and acts reserved so I suspect either he thinks this memey USSR stuff is based on poor surface-lever analysis or he may be some type of communist but not want to directly contradict them. Or I wouldn’t be surprised if he is just trying balance an audience that ranges from radlib to communist since most often these topics are avoided, and it seems quite intentional.
Another podcast with a similar dynamic is QAnon Anonymous, though they are a bit more lib. Similarly, they seem to avoid, to a certain extent, topics that would pit communists and radlibs. Travis is a dyed in the wool lib, though he seems well meaning and has some vaguely anticapitalist sympathies; Jake plays the dumb funny guy; and I suspect Julian may secretly be a communist (or adjacent), possibly even keeping under the radar of the other hosts. I think they recently had on the two guys that do The Dollop and Dave Anthony similarly seems com/com-adjacent (though I don’t like the format of his show that much). Together they really brought out the anti-capitalist elements of some of the hosts.
Or, you know, we could build public bathrooms
And the marketing says you have to scan a qr code ad that you could use it to avoid smelly park bathrooms, whereas I have seen people shit on the sidewalk of a major street in a place that didn’t even have any “smelly park bathrooms”
Americans have so much disdain for poor and homeless people they can’t even design a port-a-potty without making it classist
I can’t believe the USSR would do this. Why didn’t her family get the wall?