–It’s a short notice late-night recording of Strange Frequencies Radio here on a Saturday.
–This past Wednesday was International Women’s Day. Did everyone survive the “Day Without A Woman”?
–Wikileaks releases “Vault 7,” a collection of thousands of files and confidential documents from the CIA that detail efforts to spy on people through smartphones, televisions, and other household technology.
–RECOMMENDATION: Jason highly recommends a documentary called Accidental Courtesy, about a black man, Daryl Davis, who befriends klansmen and nazis in an attempt to talk them out of their racism. And he has succeeded! Meanwhile, Bobby enthusiastically recommends the new CNN program Believer with Reza Aslan, and talks about watching Aslan interact with a fringe Hindu sect known as the Aghori.
–Backlash to the Reza Aslan program was swift, with Hindus and others saying Aslan’s depiction was unfair, and deeming him “Hinduphobic.” Bobby defends Aslan, and Jason can’t help but recognize the irony, since Aslan himself so often paints critics of his own religion as Islamophobic.
–Word is that President Trump likes his steak cooked well-done and doused in ketchup. Bobby and Jason once disagreed on the right way to eat a steak, though they both laugh at how outraged some are over this.
–Bryce emails to ask why ghosts seem to so often haunt white people, and shares a few thoughts of his own on the matter. Jason and Bobby wonder if it isn’t that black people and others don’t believe they’re haunted, it’s just that you don’t often see them on television trying to talk to and play with the ghosts.
–Bobby is curious if gravesites that are no longer visited should be dug up and the interred removed to make room for the newly deceased. Jason says no. But we also wonder about each other’s wishes for our own bodies after we die.
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