Episode #26 – Brexemonium Poppycock

Episode 26 Cover Art_edited-2

While the world wildly panics over “Brexit” ASP calmly and collectively discuss the UK’s consequential decision to (unofficially) abandon the European Union, UKIP’s anti-immigration (and probably racist) motivations to proclaim independence from the EU, and voter’s “Bregret”.  ASP then shine a light on an intriguing piece of information from the FBI’s investigative report regarding the Pulse Nightclub shooting in Orlando, FL.  The report indicates a timeframe of when the victims died.  However, this fact blatantly and surprisingly contradicts eye witness testimony and the mass media’s narrative.  Even former Judge Andrew Napolitano stresses that “[n]obody died until 5:13 in the morning”.  To lighten the stuff up a bit, ASP play a game and slightly modified version of Balderdash (ASP StuffRadio Poppycock!).  What is an acrocephalic? You can learn what it is in an amusingly entertaining way by listening to the show!

Download and listen to episode #26!

Credits:

“Funk7 110” http://www.dl-sounds.com

“Brahms Waltz (Marimba)” http://www.dl-sounds.com

Waltz in Ab, no. 15 from Op. 29” by Johannes Brahms (Royalty free music. Public domain and copyright free classical music)

Symphony #2 In D Major, Op. 36 – 1. Adagio Molto, Allegro Con Brio” by Ludwig van BeethovenBeethoven (Royalty free music. Public domain and copyright free classical music)

“Pandemonium” by Volition

Document: FBI Report Orlando Shooting

YouTube Video: John Oliver’s Ode to Joy parody for Brexit

 

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