–We are back with another SFR Minisode before resuming regularly scheduled programming this coming Sunday, and again we play the theme song over Skype from Jason’s computer miles away from Bobby’s home studio. We figure the crappy quality will signal that it’s another Minisode.
–Did everyone have a good New Year celebration? A few people in pop culture most certainly did not. Mariah Carey had a disastrous lip-syncing mishap, Ohio State laid an egg in the College Football Playoff, and Don Lemon got drunk and had his ear pierced on live television.
–Julian Assange is interviewed by Sean Hannity of Fox News, and Bobby doesn’t even need to watch to know he really dislikes the Wikileaks founder for his smugness. Jason finds it curious that, while Assange accused President Obama of using “lawyerly” tactics in his comments about Russian hacking and Wikileaks, Assange himself used a bit of the same careful wordplay to conceal his source.
–House Republicans vote to severely weaken the ethics committee’s independence, then reverse course the next day. Did a tweet from PEOTUS Trump have something to do with that? Perhaps so, but it’s a good move regardless.
–Bobby is very excited to present a list of ethical conundrums to Jason, and Jason has no idea at all what is coming. Listen for yourself and decide what you would do when you have a chance to kill 3 year old Hitler, save one of your children to your other children from dying, as well as taking part in the execution of a loved one to save the lives of innocent strangers. All those, and a few more, are discussed at the end of this special Minisode!
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