Tonight we really get into the most spineless unnecessary actions the democrats have done in quite some time. Shutting down the government and opening it with nothing in hand to negotiate with. also the numerous political shenanigans in one freakin week. including the deputy FBI director stepping down and a reckless memo the congress voted to release.
Tonight Chaz and I welcome some special guest to M3 to discuss the popular to some and controversial to others Strip Club entertainment. With the huge cost to some people frequenting these establishments, we wanted to sit down and talk to a couple with a different perspective.
Part two of our Rethink politics episode, we get into the Net Neutrality impact and we discuss the pro's and con of regulation and lack of regulations. Should the internet be distinguished as a utility or is it a choice of the consumer the buy a service? Great comparisons and dissenting opinions on this episode. Also the FBI email controversy with the Mueller investigation
We end the year with how spending around this time is so stressful because of ignorance, obligations or just commitment. We kinda give some ideas when and why spending should be smart, strategic and needful. Also the dumb commitment of New Years resolutions. Is there a good way of following goals other than national holidays? We use our myth buster segement to relate to the Origins of New years resolutions from further back than most would imagine.
We went long on our last podcast episode of REPO, so we added this predictions podcast to a totally separate episode while adding in some weird opinions on what ever came to mind. UFO's, PBS and the sexual freaks on their network.
The team returns just in time to discuss the Tax Bill that has signed into Law by the Trump. We talk about the different changes and how we perceive the changes will effect us. As three different perspectives gather their thoughts (single, married with child, married towards retirement)
We split off and start talking about voting and why is it so hard for people to vote or vote against morality, ethics and morality.
This episode we touch on the roommate issue from the last episode and we get to discuss this weeks Myth busters. This weeks myths buster is all about healthy foods.
This week Chaz and I go over the struggle of conservative spending when buying a new smart phone while ensuring your security and privacy is intact. Chaz makes a choice with what phone he buys but he still seems like he is questioning being included into the Matrix.
Malik, Abdul-Raheem, and Ali have been working together with their laundry detergent for the pass 7 years and they haven’t looked back. They are the Co-Founders of TRUE PRODUCTS laundry detergents. They came to Georgia from up North looking for a new opportunity, and come across one another with the great plan of self distributing. From door to door, to selling on Amazon, to slowly becoming a household name, these brothers are bringing a larger perspective of trust and entrepreneurialism into our community. Leading by example and willingly spreading as much knowledge as possible I had a opportunity to sit down with these brother to get story of how they came to be. Hope you’ll enjoy the interview.
The Welcome to the Wall get into multiple topics this day such as what is Credit to the rich and the poor. How using money to gain happiness or the end result of what money buys brings happiness. Is travel really worth it? Then the topic of Nurture vs. Nature came up. Very interesting.