Episode 273: This Episode is Problematic! Cancel Culture and Disposable People

Posted: October 25, 2021 in Uncategorized
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We weigh into the debate on cancel culture, including discussing the links adrienne maree brown makes between cancel culture and prisons, with the common factor being “disposable people”. We also discuss getting put “in the bin” for promoting the friendlyjordies documentary ‘Blood Water: the war for Australia’s water’.

You can also hear us guest hosting Rotations on 3CR Community Radio, playing some live music as a substitute for live shows during the pandemic.

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Baby Cries sketch from I Think You Should Leave Season 2 (Netflix), Theoffcamerashow ‘Bo Burnham Forgives His 16 Year Old Self’, Bo BurnhamProblematic’ (from the Netflix Special ‘Inside’).

If you enjoy the music we play on our show, check out our Spotify playlist ‘Progressive Podcast Australia Music and Comedy’! Nick also gives daily music recommendations on Twitter @NicksSong and on the Spotify playlist ‘Song of the Day by NicksSong’.

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