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Just a couple sweet, innocent boys who fell down the YouTube rabbit hole and set up a permanent residence. Every week Dram and JY will dig through the dark recesses of popular content sites (Reddit, YouTube, etc.) in an attempt to find the most unpopular and unsavory content. Be it physically sickening, emotionally jarring, or just straight up the product of mental illness, we will find it and consume it so that you don't have to. The terminal disease of this world has warped and twisted our ...
 
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Wava Carpenter, the curatorial director of the Design Miami fair, speaks with us about what she’s doing to make Design Miami a potent platform for conversation, how the pandemic created an ideological shift in the design industry, and the age-old debate around what constitutes “art” versus “design.”By Spencer Bailey, Andrew Zuckerman, Wava Carpenter, The Slowdown
 
Bioacoustician and musician Bernie Krause, author of the new book “The Power of Tranquility in a Very Noisy World,” talks with us about quieting the mind by listening to nature, what he learned after losing his home and studio in a 2017 California wildfire, and his recordings of more than 100 species in their natural habitats for “The Great Animal …
 
This week on Pop Uncultured, the long awaited sequel to the smash hit Where's My Penis. Picking right up where we left off, 80s Christian Comic Mike Warnke takes a sharp left turn towards (spoiler alert) Satanism! Things go dark real quick, and we come to learn that Mike Warnke is a (self-proclaimed) reformed Satanist. Although we didn't get the fu…
 
Computer scientist and investor Kai-Fu Lee, co-author of the new book “A.I. 2041: Ten Visions For Our Future,” discusses reasons to remain optimistic about artificial intelligence, why minimizing routine work could make space for more creativity, and the powerful role that science fiction can play in inspiring STEM professionals.…
 
Mathematician and professor Jordan Ellenberg, author of the book “Shape: The Hidden Geometry of Information, Biology, Strategy, Democracy, and Everything Else,” speaks with us about the limitations of logic, how math can help us develop mindful skepticism, and why gerrymandering is no longer visible to the naked eye.…
 
This week on Pop Uncultured, boy howdy do we got a hot one! And I'm not just talking about the temperature of my seed. JY and I recorded for 4 hours and got into some serious shenanigans. After touching on the two major plot arcs for this show (my online dating failures and the quest to provide Unicult with swarthy, Latino twins), we are reminded o…
 
Activist, journalist, and academic Raj Patel, co-author of the new book “Inflamed: Deep Medicine and the Anatomy of Injustice,” discusses why corporations encourage people to make changes within themselves rather than within society, the consequences of treating nature as a cheap and infinite resource, and how external anxieties, from payday loans …
 
This week on Pop Uncultured we commoditize my semen! It's been a long time coming, we all knew this was going to happen eventually. JY and Mike join me on a valiant quest to creampie an Amish man's orifices, and send his sweet little ass packing out California way to hand (or mouth or ass) deliver my most prized fluid: cum. If you think that just b…
 
Penny Abeywardena, New York City’s Commissioner for International Affairs, speaks with us about how the Trump era provided an opportunity for community leadership to harness its governing power, why an entrepreneurial spirit can aid in developing public policy, and how the city is navigating various pandemic-related issues, including vaccination re…
 
EPISODE #43 - Everything Crypto with Anthony “Pomp” Pompliano In this episode of The Innovators Behind Disruption, we explore the current cryptocurrency landscape and what’s next for bitcoin and ether with Elliot Johnson and keynote speaker, Anthony “Pomp” Pompliano. TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 Opening remarks 1:53 Key opportunities and challenges in bitcoin …
 
Anthropologist and historian Josh Berson, author of the new book “The Human Scaffold: How Not to Design Your Way Out of a Climate Crisis,” talks with us about why design thinking often fails to result in actual anthropological work, how reconsidering what it means to be comfortable can help us find environmental solutions, and the relationship betw…
 
This week on Pop Uncultured, it finally happened. Did I go all the way? Tune in to find out, stupid. Besides that, we go straight up acoustic on this episode. I think we watch a 5 second video of Kirk Cousins almost botching his dumbass baby reveal, but there's no shortage of problematic comedy on this one. We discuss renaissance fair corsets and t…
 
This week on Pop Uncultured, we're black and better than ever! Actually, this was recorded like a month ago, before my brief sabbatical. Now that I've pressed the brakes on travelling, Renaissance Fairs, and woman-having, I'm back to saying naughty stuff into a microphone and putting it on the internet. I'm still going to try to have women*, though…
 
Vanessa Barboni Hallik, founder and CEO of the fashion brand Another Tomorrow, speaks with us about building supply chains from scratch, how clothing resale marks a radical shift in how people think about fashion, and why the pandemic provides an opportunity to redefine luxury in terms of personal and planetary values.…
 
Polish-American architect Daniel Libeskind, who designed the original Ground Zero master plan at the World Trade Center site, talks with us about his personal experience of the 9/11 attacks; how architecture can serve as an instrument for healing; and why the Tree of Life Synagogue he’s redesigning in Pittsburgh, to memorialize victims of the 2018 …
 
This week on Pop Uncultured, the quest for online love begins. Due to my complete ineptitude with courting dames and relationships in general, JY and I call in the big guns. Our old pal DJ Dan joins us with our new pal Adam in a futile attempt to get me smooching with the fairer sex. If I have any hope of holding hands with a lady again, I'll need …
 
Astrologer Alice Sparkly Kat, author of the new book “Postcolonial Astrology: Reading the Planets through Capital, Power, and Labor,” discusses the dual meanings of planets, the relationship between race and astrology, and why the practice is about making, not predicting, the future.By Alice Sparkly Kat, Andrew Zuckerman, The Slowdown, Spencer Bailey
 
This week on Pop Uncultured: Gay Army. Feminine men in a masculine world. Gay Army. Also we celebrate several deranged celebrities and their swiftly deteriorating mental health. Such has-beens as Opie Hughes, Randy Quaid, OJ Simpson, and Linda Blair are all featured in this week's compelling stack of garbage bags. Has-beens aside, we also sample th…
 
Recap is over at 11 minutes. This week on Pop Uncultured, a direct continuation of last week's descent into the wretched world of sexy-boy ASMR facsimile pussy eating and finger sucking. This dude Northern ASMR is a real piece of work, pardon my language. It's legitimately uncomfortable to watch and/or listen to. When I listened to WAP a few weeks …
 
Historian and speechwriter Jeff Shesol, author of the new book “Mercury Rising: John Glenn, John Kennedy, and the New Battleground of the Cold War,” speaks with us about how the space race of the 1950s and ’60s differs from the space flights of Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson happening today, the unresolved questions that fuel power struggles in Ame…
 
EPISODE #42 - Midyear ETF Industry Update with Eric Balchunas In this episode of The Innovators Behind Disruption, we chat with Bloomberg senior ETF analyst, Eric Balchunas on the ETF market thus far in 2021. TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 Opening remarks 1:20 This year so far 3:30 How is growth spread between DIY and advisors? 6:50 What are the biggest trends t…
 
This week on Pop Uncultured, we got part 1 of another thick chunk of ADHD-fueled content consumption. JY, Draque, and Candy join me in a quest to learn about claiming grandmas and oldmanbabies, which leads us naturally into South African idiot rappists Die Antwoord. We marvel at the agelessness and androgyny of the pale little vampire girl who, evi…
 
This week on Pop Uncultured, more porn! Not gay porn this time, but somehow I feel more sullied. JY and I hit the wide world of xHamster in a one-on-one classic ep, and what we find is - as per usual - sickening. In our search for the biggest silly tits on the planet, we stumble across a "pornographer's" channel: Big_TIT_Addict. FYI the biggest aug…
 
Artist Mary Mattingly talks with us about how “Public Water,” her current installation in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park, exposes the various forms of the water crisis; the social, political, and economic mechanisms affecting clean water access; and the truths that tracing the origins of an object or a material can reveal.…
 
EPISODE #41 - The Future of Disruptive Innovation with Shawn Kanungo In this episode of The Innovators Behind Disruption, we explore what the future of disruptive innovation could look like with keynote speaker, Shawn Kanungo. TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 Opening remarks 2:00 Are organizations embracing disruptive tech? 6:00 Electricity the backbone of the fut…
 
This week on Pop Uncultured, the boys are back. The Ad Nauseam Podcast crew takes over and rides out into the fray once more to watch WAY too much gay porn. JY, Mike, and DJ Dan join me in the noble Pop Uncultured quest of rotting our minds and souls. At this point in the show's life, we've used an incredibly varied, highly lethal arsenal of YouTub…
 
Forest ecologist Dr. Suzanne Simard, author of the new book “Finding the Mother Tree: Discovering the Wisdom of the Forest,” discusses the consciousness of trees; how slow, selective logging can rejuvenate forests; and why being attuned to local ecosystems can lead to a better understanding of global biological communities.…
 
This week on Pop Uncultured, we dive into E Boys and E Girls, non sexually (for the most part). Fresh off of the pain and trauma of seeing Nikocado Avocado's gaping butthole, we look for solace in soft, little sexy men. JY, Draque, and Candy join me on a journey of self-discovery where we learn many important things about ourselves. For instance, w…
 
Pulitzer Prize–winning novelist Viet Thanh Nguyen, author of the new novel “The Committed,” speaks with us about how the term “the American dream” masks the nation’s colonial history, the importance of distinguishing between identity and ideology, and why the only new aspect of the recent violence and racist rhetoric directed toward Asian Americans…
 
In this episode of The Innovators Behind Disruption, we sit down with Carole Piovesan of INQ Law to discuss how spending on cybersecurity is divided and which ways data privacy is involved in everyday life. TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 Opening remarks 1:30 Banning paying ransom on ransomware attacks 3:50 The three spends of technical defence 5:35 Data privacy …
 
This week on Pop Uncultured: triumph! I could go into detail here, but we discuss the ever-loving sh*t out of it during the first half of the episode. Suffice it to say, longtime favorite of the show and the Glorious Leader of Unicult acknowledged us. Us! Dimwitted vagabonds spewing vocal filth into our microphones. More than acknowledgment, she ph…
 
This week on Pop Uncultured, a sequel! We pick up right where we left off with JY, Draque, and Candy last week - something about ADHD Voltron - and dive right back into Jeffrey Dahmer's special nephew, SAILOR MOON 4 LIFE, and the epic battle between Sailor Mars and Randy Orton for the honor of Queen Beryl, queen of the Negaverse and the Dark Kingdo…
 
Peter Adamson, host of the History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps podcast and professor of late ancient philosophy and Arabic philosophy at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, discusses stoicism, the dangers of rationalism, and the importance of understanding when to think for ourselves and when to seek expertise.…
 
In this episode of The Innovators Behind Disruption, we sit down with Chris Overholt of OverActive Media to discuss the ever-growing eSports industry. This discussion ranges from the ins and outs of being an eSport professional, the financial growth this industry will see and where Toronto fits into the potential space for an eSports performance ce…
 
This week on Pop Uncultured, conversations fly off (and on) the handle at a record pace. JY, Draque, and Candy join me to create a Voltron of ADHD, where we cover everything from Jewish burial ground hotels, demonic possessions, astral projection, our personalized racial slurs, proper strip club pants, cowboy hat daggering, chocolate babka, Donald …
 
Neurobiologist, author, and professor Stefano Mancuso, director of the International Laboratory of Plant Neurobiology in Florence, Italy, talks with us about embracing plants as a path toward planetary survival, humans as an invasive species, and why all living organisms deserve rights.By Spencer Bailey, Andrew Zuckerman, The Slowdown, Stefano Mancuso
 
This week on Pop Uncultured, I go back to the vault and bring you a few chunks of unused goodness. Four chunks of footage from episodes 25, 26, and 27, all of them - dare I say it - are danged uproarious. What was I thinking cutting them out in the first place? Well at least you have them now, aren't you lucky. To kick things off, we have a tribute…
 
Lili Chopra, the executive director of artistic programs at the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, talks with us about the 2021 River to River Festival, the importance of integrating the creative community within a city’s urban fabric, and the role that the arts can play in rebuilding societies and envisioning the future.…
 
This week on Pop Uncultured, we weave a classic web of uncultured filth. After I spend a little more time bemoaning the antics of famous fat guy Nikocado Avocado, JY theorizes that perhaps the reason for his stupidity is his non-heteronormative predilections. Also we talked a lot about Hostess/Little Debbie snack treats and delicious cakes but I cu…
 
This week on Pop Uncultured, we are the Joe Rogan Experience. We bring you 3 hours of goodness crammed into one free episode, and you can't even rate us on iTunes. Good, cretins, we've marked you for what you are. After a long and upsetting look at Bad Dragon's dragon dildos (and every other dragon-based sex toy under the sun), we move into a brief…
 
Kathryn Garcia, New York City’s former sanitation commissioner and a Democrat currently running in the city’s 2021 mayoral race, discusses innovating by leveraging relationships of trust, holistic thinking as a tool to evolve municipal programs, and her plan to create “the most climate-forward city on earth.”…
 
This episode of Pop Uncultured is the direct continuation of last week's. The latter half of a 5 hour recording, JY, Draque and I continue our descent into Mobility Mary's inane adventures. After a brief origin story and a fireside chat about childhood theater, we are driven to near insanity by Mary's antics, and in an autistic gambit to distract o…
 
In this episode of The Innovators Behind Disruption, we sit down with Mike Szabo of Carbon Pulse to discuss the impact of climate change and the steps put in place to combat carbon emissions. While there is a social cost and the very obvious environmental cost, economists have decided to deal with this by putting a monetary cost on pollution and we…
 
In this episode of The Innovators Behind Disruption, we discuss how the rapid rise of bitcoin has sparked an increase in conversations about the future growth of digital finance. As a non-correlated asset class, bitcoin is being viewed as a store of value and a potential hedge against inflation.
 
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