#5x08: The Context of Grindelwald
- We’re thinking of launching an exploratory committee for a potential Presidential run in 2020, but in the meantime, tune in to hear our latest shenanigans.
- Who loves orange jumpsuits? Paul loves orange jumpsuits. Is it true?!
- “TIL not to write a personal check to the people I’m paying to attack me.” - Jussie Smollett
- Speaking of high-profile cancellations, R.Kelly turned himself in over the weekend after being charged with sexually abusing 4 victims.
- Get the popcorn: Andrew makes Laura say something nice about Bernie Sanders.
- Our AP choice submissions cover dog ownership, Andrew’s sister’s student loan dilemma, and what we’d do with our lives if money weren’t an issue.
- Large gaming companies continue to be dickbags: EA and Bioware are facing backlash over treating their early adopters like beta testers by releasing half-baked games and letting the fans discover potential bugs.
- Also dickbaggish, Apple is earning the ire of major print journalism outlets like the New York Times for its new “Netflix for News” approach.
- As if that weren’t enough, Netflix saved all your answers to the choose-your-own-adventure “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch” episode. So if you’re a psychopath, Netflix know now - congrats!
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And in this week’s installment of After Dark:
- The hosts take Pew Research Center’s Religious Typology Quiz (http://www.pewforum.org/quiz/religious-typology/) and compare results.
- Surprisingly, we do have some variety in our results, and we compare ourselves to the data.
- Some surprises in the data itself make us question whether there is room for Evangelicals in the progressive movement.