got my NanoPi M4 booting Armbian, but it doesn't like the old tv I have for a monitor, and sshd is being wonky. #sbc
I tend to give media dudes like Rogan and Bill Burr a bit more of a pass than maybe I would other working class hero types because I grew up in the same part of the country they did, I hung out and got in trouble with kids like them as a teen, and we click culturally. and because despite all the barbed wire bicep tattoo culture I didn't and don't click with, some of those kids were damn good people. and I can recognize that in these guys.
thinking about this a lil more, I do still need to listen to the Ed Snowden episode of Joe Rogan's show. that's one I am *really* interested in, in part because of it being Joe's domain and thus likely to touch on topics that many great interviewers might not, in a way they might not. (though I would love to see Snowden on Letterman's new show, if that's still a thing.)
Last winter, Rogan had the Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on his show and the episode was a bust, resulting in a kind of blowback from fans that he’d never experienced before. It wasn’t that Joe was insufficiently hard-assed; [rather,] he failed at the most basic task of a host: forcing his guest to say something, anything, meaningful … that’s just how Dorsey talks, and Rogan couldn’t crack it. He’s not the first person Dorsey has bullshitted to death, and he won’t be the last.
ST #Picard S1E1 thoughts: Well, the fine tradition of Sir Patrick Stewart delivering an unbelievably better performance than the script ever could deserve continues. But I like the premise and I like seeing the old man back in action. I mean, someone’s gotta lay down the Lawful Good in a corrupt universe full of selfish incompetence. My favorite space paladin rides again!
The Armageddon of Things (AoT) is gonna be SO DOPE
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