Kanye West, can you believe it? He's a traitor to many of you now. Most of you hate his guts now. He's a pariah, or an Uncle Tom or even privileged. His crime of course was saying that he liked the president. No, not the president of Syria or North Korea or anything but the president of America- our president. This, of course is a sin. Many on the left side of the political spectrum view it as a sin because politics has become a religion for them. There is something in human nature that needs a higher power, something to believe it. They've shunned God and replaced it with the State. People on the right typically have their Jesus, so they don't have room for another deity in their heart. Make fun of them all you want, because it's fun, but it's way less detrimental than people who worship the State, because the State is real. I see this weird hypocrisy everywhere. The orange Cheeto we have as president now is a racist, sexist, everyhing-ist and they are literally begging to disarm the populace. They can't seem to fathom how that may be an issue against their main narrative. My friends walk around with Obama earnings, even now, and lament about the good ol' days with their good pal Barry in office. He's the dad they always wanted because either their dad sucks or went and got a pack of smokes 25 years ago and never came back home. Is there anything more off-putting than liking the president? Maybe wearing a new leather jacket but that's about it. Did you like your principal too back in high school? Yuck. I like that Kanye West came out for Trump because it's sending these dorks into a god dang tizzy. He's such a big star, probably the most famous person in the world (aside from Trump) and he totally bitch-slapped these parishioners with a few tweets. He's Martin Luther nailing the reformation directly to these plebes heads and they scorn him for it. Can you imagine having to apologize for saying something like, "Black people don't have to be democrats." Well, Chance The Rapper had to earlier this week. The civil war is here, it's being fought online and those of us who stand up for individuality, free speech and free thought just got a new General. May he lead us to salvation and vanquish our enemies...although, he will probably end up in the loony-bin.
Anyhoo, local filmmaker and actor Joe Davison stopped by this week. He played the "Nerdy Tech" on Stranger Things 2 and has done a plethora of independent movies. He stopped by to talk about some new upcoming movies that are going into production this summer, a new board game he invented and the Jolt Production School he's apart of happening this May. Check out the pod: