We’re back, with our first official episode of 2014, and it’s a doozy! Or, at least our topic is! After a rundown of our holiday goings-on, and a What Do You Think of That that’s sure to induce nausea, we move on to our Question – What has been the most mind blowing invention or scientific advance so far in your lifetime? We give our responses, and get some really great listener feedback that makes us feel, by turns, amazed, in awe, very insignificant, powerful, ridiculous, and all manner of HELL YEAH!
Next week, we’ll be a step closer to the Super Bowl in the United States, and the sports rivalries are getting near to full-force. It’s not enough to tell fans of an opposing team that you don’t much care for the way their team plays the game, or how its players handle themselves on or off the field. No, to drive the point home, you’ve got to declare the other team a bunch of worthless punks who can’t tell the ball from a hole in the ground and couldn’t play a decent game if their lives depended on it. Oh, and they smell funny, too. Yes, it’s time for haterism. And it doesn’t just exist in sports – it’s rampant in music, film, comics, pretty much any arena there is for fandom. People who have opposing viewpoints spewing forth hate towards the things they don’t like. So we want to know – Why do we engage in haterism?
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