In this episode Dave gets really angry about the Iraq war, and we forget to be funny.
This is the continuation of our discussion around the Wikileaks video that’s (kinda) been in the news recently. For more info see Collateral Murder.
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Number 6, the final episode of the debut week swarm. From here on things are going to be bit more regular and reliable, much like this episode’s topics: Telecom’s XT network, conservatives and the American Dream.
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