AJSP 2 — All The Rs

We did another one! This time we talk about the infamous Caroline Criado-Perez, and how one woman’s innocent enough campaign to get better female representation on British bank notes soon spiraled into a mental breakdown of epic proportions. Also a bit of talk about John’s Twitter trolling, and much remarking of dubious racial offensiveness. Related [Read More]

ASJP 1 – The Pilot Show

For the first experimental edition of the Antisocial Justice Podcast, Zoe and John ramble on for nearly an hour and a half about the Steubenville rape atrocity, swearing in front of your kids, and general bashing of the social justice warriors. We’re still finding our feet, and the final format of the podcast is far from [Read More]

Reverse Pushback Mentality

A constant point of contention in the skeptic community—especially those parts of it where gender issues collide—is the use of words. Big words, little words, real words, fake words that need a sociology degree to understand. I personally get irked by the arrogant types who will scold me for not accepting that racism cannot happen [Read More]

Twitter for Dummies

I’ve written on the topic of misunderstanding Twitter before, but that post focused only on those pesky legal issues that were causing so much confusion. Things like how Twitter only stated in plain English on their ToS (in highlighted text) that tweets were public, rather than, say, beating new users over the head with a [Read More]