Good Old Boys

Good Old Boys

Update: 2019-07-1154
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If you disagree with someone — if you find what they think appalling — is there any value in talking to them? In the early 1970s, the talk show host Dick Cavett, the governor of Georgia Lester Maddox, and the singer Randy Newman tried to answer this question.
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Doug Havens

I write little notes on my hand from your show so I can talk to my best friend with a subject tone

Jul 19th
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Archie Smith

Doug Havens haha, nice!

Jul 19th
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Paul Bradley

what I got from this episode was how biased we all are. we are all biased through are own perspective. my thoughts are if the liberal educated don't start recognizing this then we will continuously having uprisings of elected leaders that get elected on the message of fear and hate. this fear and hate is not so much in the liberal perception but it is in a conservative mind. liberals need to learn how to appeal to there's perceptions before 2020 elections or we'll be f*#%d!

Jul 18th
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mattters

Paul Bradley you fool..

Jul 19th
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Archie Smith

Paul Bradley In my opinion, people are all biased. This is part of the human nature!

Jul 19th
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Jeremy Herriff

This episode felt unfinished to me.. like it didn't have an overall point, or conclusion.

Jul 17th
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Jeremy Herriff

Drew Brid Glad it wasn't just me.

Jul 19th
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Drew Brid

Jeremy Herriff Oh, I have the same feeling!

Jul 18th
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Josh Montgomery

Though I love Malcolm I'm not sure to parallel a bigots appearance on a 70's talk show is the apples to apples with the modern media consumption. The point is taken but I think parts miss the mark. Maddox was effectively on the decline at this point and Bannon is an active viable threat.

Jul 11th
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Good Old Boys

Good Old Boys

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