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311: “The Gang Tries to Learn LTV”

In this corner, weighing in at 210 IQ, representing the infallible modern future sight of the ghost ideology, Ryan "the greatest epic genius of all time" Salisbury!

And in this corner, weighing in at 209 IQ, representing 150-year old pseudo-intellectual pig slop, Kris "pretty good but not quite as good as Ryan" Nivens!

Ding ding ding!

Here's the (still WIP) article we're talking about

P.S. Guess what, I was right about the Google search URL. This is a useful talent that I am proud of.

310: If you’re by yourself is it called a “onesome”?

I poked my head out from my depressive video game hole long enough to record a new episode for youse. Kris was too busy to do the podcast this week, so it's just me, Ryan.

Topics: Host bios // When will the collapse happen? // Private ownership of the MoP // Will automation displace us? // Jojo's Bizarre Adventure

Questions from:

@halfasstroknot 
@CheechGuevara 
@shtpostscarcity

214: Capital as Power 1: Why CasP/What is Capital?

The first of our Capital as Power (CasP) series, where we begin with why CasP is needed and how it defines capital. If there was anything that was unclear or that you think was incorrect, you can DM me @HandleOfRy.

Capital as Power by Shimshon Bichler and Jonathan Nitzan

205: Capitalism, Hierarchy, and Energy

We talk to Blair Fix, a graduate student at York University in Canada, about his fascinating research examining energy and hierarchy and the relationship between hierarchy and personal income. I sound tired in the intro because I was, but the interview was recorded on a different day, so I don't sound so much like a lazy slug in the rest of the episode.

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