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710: Apparently Tanzanians Need Water?? (SLAS Ch. 7)

Ryan and yungneocon discuss this weird aspect of Tanzanian food culture.

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This is part 6 of a series. If you haven't listened to the previous 5 episodes I recommend listening to them first!

709: Golden Kamuy, pt. 1

Kris and una come on the pod to talk about the anime about eating brains, skinning human corpses, and looking at hot men, as well as the various ethnic minorities of Japan that the series talks about

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My brain was not working well enough to remember to ask for plugs, so

Check out Kris's fantasy novel series Dream of the White Stag and una's website anarchy.website

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Bibliography

The Conquest of Ainu Lands: Ecology and Culture in Japanese Expansion,1590-1800. Walker, Brett, 2001.

http://libgen.rs/book/index.php?md5=C9F3B0D7B2A50BF57DF92E598EF7039B 

Race, resistance and the Ainu of Japan. Siddle, Richard, 2014. Sheffield Centre for Japanese.

http://libgen.rs/book/index.php?md5=E01360362B90AFC487468919B4FFA1DD 

Beyond Ainu Studies: Changing Academic and Public Perspectives. Hudson, Mark; Lewallen, Ann-elise; Watson, Mark; 2016.  University of Hawai’i Press.

http://libgen.rs/book/index.php?md5=D5B2B32BBC2CFA2AB66C667E8F125BE4

706: Major General Headmaster Foreman Lenin (SLAS Ch. 5)

Franz from Doomer v. Bloomer joins Ryan to talk about Seeing Like a State Chapter 5, which covers Lenin's school teacher/factory foreman/military general conception of revolution.

Check out the Srsly Wrong Book Club here!

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613: Debaser (w/Stephen Geoffries & Andy Palmur)

Got me a study, I want you to know

Slicing up time, I want you to know

Paying infinite money the second time I want an expert to evaluate the composition of my coins, I want you to know

Don't know about you, but I am une savante néoclassique

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610: Spilling the Tea on Soviet Georgia

Ryan (@HandleOfRy) and Kris (@solidarity_goth) get into one of our classic, extremely specific topics: The history and political economy of the Georgian tea industry

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