“We all need to be more like Jimmy Carter.” 🙌

On this week’s episode: how skepticism is abused by fascists to protect power structures that uphold their fragile wittle egos (poor babies); the four-day workweek revolution; how buses and trains and roads are all public transportation, and should all be free to use; and Jimmy Carter … what an absolute legend.


That fantastic Scott Adams-inspired essay:  https://armoxon.substack.com/p/the-case-for-shunning

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