I just like this show.
If you’re watching this video, I’ve run out of new videos to toss into the queue.
I’m…not feeling this. I like Jim Sterling, but this is some pretty boring improv work. Coming from a guy who has probably done some pretty boring improv work himself.
I did not know this was a thing.
I expected something terrible, but it’s okay. I’d watch this…in another window while I was doing other stuff.
This show is kinda smug, but it’s alright.
Like, there’s a strong presumption in society that the people the police arrest are guilty and that defending them is something unsavory or perfunctory. It’s weird and shitty, but funding public defenders requires accepting the systemic failure or malice of a major pillar of order in our society so I guess we don’t because it’s unpleasant to think about and cheaper to let poor people go to jail.
This was originally scheduled as part of a series, but, y’know, current events.
Posting this mostly for the connection to the podcast I do. I don’t buy the Nerdwriter’s interpretation, although it’s worth considering. It’s an image that talks about how images aren’t real.