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After a long Christmas and New Years seeing through the last chaotic posts of 2020, we have entered a new year of posting- and it hasn't disappointed. In this episode, we talk about what the "Beans Dad" discourse hitting the mainstream news tells us about the future of 'viral content' and the end of niche, subcultural posting formats. And then we t…
 
Happy New Year! To round off this bizarre year of snitch tagging, simping and surveillance, we talk about (some of) the top discourses of 2020, with our friend (and person we sort of coerced onto the pod) online hero Brandy Jensen (@BrandyLJensen). ----more----In this episode, we talk about Dan Hodges somehow getting a gun, and we go over some 2020…
 
It's Christmas! Although this was recorded at a time when we thought you could hang out with your racist uncle, sadly you'll just have to Zoom him instead.----more----In this episode, we got our friend merritt k (@merrittk), the President of Podcasts at Fanbyte, to join us in the poster's gallery to dissect a modern work of British art - the pictur…
 
On this week's show, Hussein sits on the therapy couch and explains why he posts bad tweets. Or, more specifically, how a joke tweet about being a mischievous doctor ended up with him being reported to Interpol, and causing a minor crisis in one of London's busiest hospitals.----more----We talk about why service worker joke tweets always seem to ma…
 
In this episode, we hang out with our good friend Rob from Podcasting is Praxis (@PraxisCast) to talk about the 2006 Lifetime Movie "CyberSeduction: His Secret Life", a movie about a guy who simps hard for a local e-girl and keeps watching porn with his bedroom door wide open. It's a pretty dated movie, but, as with many movies, it says a lot about…
 
THIS EPISODE WAS RECORDED LAST MONTH so it is a little dated, but, like all discourse, always relevant.----more----In this episode, we talk about "...It's Rebecca Vardy's Account", a meme that was born out of the digital sleuthing of Coleen Rooney, who found out that her fellow Football WAG, Rebecca Vardy, [allegedly] had been giving stories about …
 
DISCLAIMER: This was recorded before the 2020 election , we did not just memory hole the last two weeks.----more----In this episode we talk to our friend Devon (@devon_onearth) who you may have seen on the Trashfuture stream known as Da Youtube Zone. ----more----In this episode, we ask Devon to explain what the Twitter phenomenon of QAngle is, and …
 
In the second episode of our Trump series, we explore some of President Donald Trump's greatest Twitter auto and micro-fictions, with our friend Alex Ptak, who you might know from Pod Damn America and Ballin' Out Super. ----more---- We visit the secret Mausoleum of Trump Tweets to discuss, analyse and marvel at the greatest poster, not just of our …
 
A sad day here at the 10kpostspod HQ, as we watch the US election, and see the demise of the world's best poster, thanks to the social justice left. We talk about the election results, but more importantly, we use a recent BBC Documentary, "Trump in Tweets", to try understand why @RealDonaldTrump isn't just a great poster, but a truly innovative po…
 
In this special, spoooky Halloween episode, we talk about Francis Fukuyama, and why he's so mad about the decorative Skeletons from the Disney-Pixar movie Coco. We also defend the End of History simply because Fukuyama once travelled forward in time and realised that after 1992, everything was posting.We also talk about dog fighting version of the …
 
On this (uncharacteristically long, but characteristically late) episode, we talk about 'chaotic energy' and the only poster worthy enough to be granted such a title : Jameela Jamil.----more----You might know Jamil from The Good Place, or as a host on Saturday morning T4. But online, she is an enigma; A seemingly successful celebrity who, despite n…
 
In this (once again) very late episode, we talk about one of our favourite days in 2015, when the whole world came together online to come to terms with the fact that Prime Minister David Cameron put his (possibly mid?) dick inside a pig. It was a moment that Cameron can't ever escape from, which means he has done what we wish we all could : log of…
 
After a bit of a hiatus (because work sucks, I know), we're back with a seemingly now outdated episode, but nonetheless, charting a historical moment in the history of posts. We talk about the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the strange phenomenon of "Ruthkanda" among the Liberal Posterati. Which leads us to talk about Paul Krugman who, while winn…
 
This episode happened by accident. We were supposed to talk about a very powerful poster, but got too carried away with the cold open, that it became the first "Tweets of the week" show. In this episode, we talk about two kinds of baby - one covered in butter, and one not. And then, we talk about how John Milbank, one of the "Blue Labour" philosoph…
 
On this week's (very late) episode, we talk about the 90's movie "Hackers" - a vision of what a world where this thing called "the internet" might change society somewhat, and how a group of sexy, crop-topped teenagers who would later go on to work at Google and Palantir, are the only people who can stop it. We also talk about whether dinosaurs are…
 
On this very late edition of the pod, we're joined by Ryan Broderick, who writes the very good (but sadly, Hentai sparse) Garbage Day newsletter, covering all the weird, bizarre and surreal elements of the online hellworld. He also is a co-host of "The Content Mines" podcast.We were meant to talk about Bodybuilders dot com, specifically, a 2008 thr…
 
Our guest rescheduled, so this was a last-minute episode where we talk about Emma Kennedy's amazing tweet about how a deer spontaneously combusted, and how a CIA agent is the only person who has seen pictures. We also talk about whether bootleg anime is a form of imperialism, and we discuss the 2017 movie "Downsizing", where everyone becomes a Shor…
 
This week, we examine Britain's finest actor, Danny Dyer, who, while promoting a movie about a guy with two wives, posted one of the greatest tweets about 9/11. In so doing, he insulted the Taliban so much that there was no Islamic ruling of what could or should be done with him.We also talk about how 9/11 killed Nu Metal, the psychology of Essex, …
 
In this episode we debut Chad Phoebe, who has finally been released from the tin can voice prison and no longer sounds like an angry goose. We talk about Robbie Tripp, the guy who defined the term "wife guy", simply for proclaiming his love for his Curvy Wife - and how that spurned an entire genre of Wife Guys, who simply cannot get over the fact t…
 
On this episode, we talk about one of our favourite Tweeters, Brandy Jensen, who summarised the hell site, and why none of us will ever log off, better than anyone.https://twitter.com/BrandyLJensen/status/1263850501705170945 As always, we urge you to donate to bail funds and organisations helping people most at risk of impunity by the state. You ca…
 
In the first episode of 10,000 Posts, we talk about two tweets that have broken our brains: The Eric Garland "Game Theory" epic thread, and "Covefe", the tweet that defined liberalism, and made us all think Trump may have died on the toilet.@HKesvani@Phoebe_Rosa_HollyDONATE TO BAIL FUNDS:https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.cohttps://docs.google.com/doc…
 
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