Episode 11: Who reports on the reporters?

March 14, 2021 Chris Season 1 Episode 11
Episode 11: Who reports on the reporters?
Show Notes

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In this episode Brian and Chris get dangerously close to having original ideas about the news and information distribution. Don't worry, we'll go back to just reading other people's opinions next week. We discuss interest rates and power, ponder Stoic philosophy and Brian has so much Diablo 2 news that he can't contain it to just this podcast!

Big list of coffee bets


Zvi Mowshowitz judges his own Covid 19 preditions from early 2020

Maybe you can sign up for Auger and bet against Brian?

Who drives the bus of interest rates? - Scott Sumner

The Tricameral Legislatures - Chambers of parliament that could exist but don't

The veil of ignorance (also known as the original position)

Stoic quotes on life

“When a dog is tied to a cart, if it wants to follow, it is pulled and follows, making its spontaneous act coincide with necessity. But if the dog does not follow, it will be compelled in any case. So it is with men too: even if they don't want to, they will be compelled to follow what is destined.” 

Hot news doctrine

Knolls law of media accuracy  “everything you read in the newspapers is absolutely true, except for the rare story of which you happen to have firsthand knowledge”.

Brian's commentary of Bender's world record paladin HC normal speed run