What’d You Expect? – Tim’s Two Cents #27

Tim's Two Cent's #27

This is episode 27 of Tim’s Two Cents – the outrageous show where Tim argues with himself.

It’s been quite the weekend! Someone shot up a gaming tournament and a politician finally drifted off to that great oligarchy in the sky. Tim will start things off this week with his thoughts on the Madden shooting in Florida. How could anyone see this coming? Your beloved host has some ideas.

Then Tim weighs in on the …

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More Free Speech & Privacy with ZenCash Co-Founder Rob Viglione – YMB Podcast E256

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This is episode 256 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast.

First up today, we’ll introduce our genius guest and share his story. Rob Viglione helped found ZenCash, one of the most respected privacy-oriented cryptocurrencies out there. But his team hopes to turn the project into an entire platform packed with anonymous features. Rob is a serious liberty lover, so we’re excited to learn how he’s making the world more free.…

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I Was Screaming & Swearing at a Helpless Old Lady – Unpopular Opinions #9

Unpopular Opinions #9

Listen up. This is episode 9 of Unpopular Opinions with Ryan Tofil. It’s the newest show on the YMB Network and it’s just plain darling.

Ryan’s main man, Bryan, has done a lot of things he’s not proud of. One time he ate a chocolate éclair out of the garbage and his girlfriend’s mom saw him. But this is worse than that. Much worse.

Ryan starts off this week’s show with an innocent conversation about …

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The Bitcoin Standard with Saifedean Ammous – The Coin Pod, Ep. 26

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Four months ago, Dr. Saifedean Ammous published the most succinct apology for Bitcoin as a viable alternative to state-issued fiat currency in his book “The Bitcoin Standard,” which also serves as a de fact apology for the perennially controversial idea known as Bitcoin Maximalism. Regardless of your opinions on cryptocurrency, Dr. Ammous’ thoughts are well worth hearing.

Dr. Ammous, when he’s not being interviewed or tweeted at, is an …

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Express Your Life Away – Tim’s Two Cents #26

Tim's Two Cents #26

This is episode 26 of Tim’s Two Cents – the outrageous show where Tim argues with himself.

This week, your favorite host will kick things off by talking about where his head has been over the past week. Car crashes and reduced creative output make Tim a dull boy, but he has some thoughts on making the most of your free time.

He’ll explain how easy it is to waste hours a day with pointless …

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Free Speech & Algorithms: Twitter Claims They Don’t Shadowban – YMB Podcast E255

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This is episode 255 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast.

People have long accused Twitter of secretly hiding tweets and accounts that management didn’t like. Users call the practice “shadowbanning” and often lament their victimhood. The left likes to claim that Twitter shadowbans the left, atheists like to claim that Twitter shadowbans atheists, and so on.

So recently, Twitter tried to set the record straight. In a blog post, they …

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How Not to Play Video Games – Unpopular Opinions #8

Unpopular Opinions #8

Listen up. This is episode 8 of UO. That’s short for Onpopular Upinions (with Tyan Rofil).

This week the guys have to say what they have to say so grab your helmet and your sponge and get ready to hold on tight.

Ryan likes video games. Bryan likes video games. But they know that the best games are not the games of today. The 1990s were the best that video games had to offer and …

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What’s Wrong With You People Redux – Tim’s Two Cents #25

Tim's Two Cent's #25

This is episode 25 of Tim’s Two Cents – the outrageous show where Tim argues with himself.

He’s a quarter of the way to a hundred episodes and Tim still hasn’t run of things to be angry about. Per usual, he’s all over the place this week.

To kick things off, Tim will explain why it’s okay to be fed up with your life sometimes. Then later he’ll share his thoughts on the state of …

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