Frak That! Ep. 78: ‘Spirit Cooking’

Randall Kennedy is like a dog with a bone rambling on, and on, and on about Spirit Cooking, which set social media afire Nov. 3-4, 2016. He can’t resist anything that makes the Clinton camp a—borrowing from Ms. Hillary—“basket of deplorables”. Joe Wilcox isn’t convinced about alleged Satan worship and concoctions made of stuff Randall wouldn’t reveal on air (dare we say semen and blood). Episode 78 is nuts!

Referring to the Clinton camp, “I can’t help wonder if we’re gonna stumble into one of their inner meetings and they’re all standing around with a goat’s head chanting, or something like that—in dark robes”, Randall says.  Frak That! Ep. 78: ‘Spirit Cooking’

Frak That! Ep. 72: ‘Clinton vs Trump’

Randall Kennedy and Joe Wilcox promise to discuss the third, and final, debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump at the start of Episode 72. But so disheartened are the two podcasters by the candidates, they banter on about other stuff for 20 minutes first. Like: Movies Brewster’s Millions and Looper; miniseries The Day After; TV shows Lethal Weapon and Timeless; cartoonist Scott Adams’ Periscope companion; Krispy Kreme’s crusty coffee; eating too much product at Pizza Hut; Hong Kong dreamin’; and attempted murder by falling glass panes.

Oh yeah, then there’s the debate.  Frak That! Ep. 72: ‘Clinton vs Trump’

Frak That! Ep. 71: ‘It’s About Time’

Joe Wilcox presents Randall Kennedy with a poser: Would you go back in time and kill baby Hitler? He offers thoughtful answer about the unintended consequences and what they could be. “World War II never happens. Then maybe the atomic bomb is never invented. Maybe nuclear power is never created, or it’s created by the Brits, or a different Germany, or the Russians do it and they dominate the world…Israel probably never would have been formed as a nation…You pull one thread, and you unravel so many others”.

Joe’s take is simpler: “You can’t go back in time to kill baby Hitler, because if he never existed you wouldn’t go back to kill him”.

Time is a unifying theme in Episode 71, whether or not traveling through it. Joe talks about time and money wasted by terrorists buying Galaxy Note 7 to use as “weapons of mass destruction”. What he calls the “ISIS Crisis” now that the potentially exploding phones are banned by major airlines.  Frak That! Ep. 71: ‘It’s About Time’