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It's our 200th episode of #WalkInsWelcome! Cousin Maggie and I reflect on what a long, strange trip it's been. This was a fun one.
Never forget--these are the good old days.
Thank you, Pham. I couldn't do this without you.
Today on #WalkInsWelcome I had a great talk with comedian turned political commentator Lee Camp about his political awakening, why we should turn off all mainstream corporate media, how the Democrats are not really a left-wing party, and so much more.
Maybe we should just focus on TV show reviews.
Grandpa's letter home after the bombing of Pearl Harbor.
Maggie is back! Also: The "No Complaining" challenge.
Some of you have been asking if we have a list of our promo codes for all the Dumpster Fire & Walk-Ins Welcome sponsors. We made a list and you can find it here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/11ErjcLnuDxjb4FibbeY3yh97UOUyfeqr5xz6zKV57mw/edit?usp=sharing
We'll do our best to keep it updated.
@samanthashahi I've been reading the posts from you and others about the human rights violations and oppression in Iran. A lot of the posts are written in Farsi and I don't know what I'm reading or sharing. It seems the U.S. media is giving limited accounts of what is going on.
In Nashville this past Saturday there was a demonstration by local Iranian and Kurdish citizens in front of the U.S. Courthouse in honor of Mahsa Amini. None of the local new outlets carried the story. Many of the posts say to share and make people aware. What is the best news source for this information? What human rights organizations are carrying the torch? Who are the effective leaders? I want to make sure the information I'm sharing in accurate. All the best to the people fighting in Iran! #IranProtests #MahsaAmini #NikaShahkarami
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