RRNews 333: Disaster Prepping with Free Refills ($4)

How did Maui Police Chief John Pelletier, become the Chief in the first place? Inflation continues to ravage the middle class. And the media is after Russell Brand, Tim Ballard and Dave Portnoy, but why?

Producers of RRNews 333:

Intro Song courtesy of Witness the Light Music

Show Artwork: Truth is Stranger than Fiction

Danny – Medford, OR
Reno – TX
Anonymous – Parts Unknown
Luke – Nevada, IA


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OnThePrairieCrochet – Etsy

How I survived a year of SHTF in 90s Bosnia

Joe Allen: Dark Aeon, Transhumanism, & Idiocracy Run by Algorithms!

How Sam Bankman-Fried’s Elite Parents Enabled His Crypto Empire

Baby Who Died 34 Hours After Vaccines Had Toxic Level of Aluminum in His Blood, Report Confirms

Local man describes F-35 crash.

Biden’s team tells nervous Dems: Just chill

Scientist That ‘Lived On Mars’ For A Year Shares The Obstacle NASA Hasn’t Considered

Space drugs factory denied reentry to Earth

AI Generated Show Notes:

In this part of the conversation, we discuss the recent controversy surrounding the pay raise given to Maui Police Chief John Pelletier. We express our support for community members and organizations who have raised concerns about the pay raise and question the decision-making process of the Maui Police Commission. We highlight the impact of the controversy on the morale of police officers and emphasize the need to prioritize cultural harmony within the department. We call on the Commission to reconsider the pay raise in light of these issues and express our disbelief at the actions taken.

Moving on, we delve into the recent amendment made to a statute in order to bring in a new co-captain deputy chief. We analyze the sudden death of a highly respected member of our department and raise suspicions about the circumstances surrounding it. We express concern over the selection of an outsider for a higher position and question their qualifications and impact on morale. We mention a recent episode from another podcast that sheds light on similar cases of injustice and emphasize the importance of relying on support systems.

Transitioning, we take a moment to thank our listeners for their continuous support. We mention various ways they can contribute to the show, including sharing episodes with friends and family, leaving reviews, and engaging with us on social media. We also take the opportunity to promote the host’s wife’s Etsy store as a way to support the podcast.

Shifting gears, we discuss a clip featuring Dave Portnoy, the founder of Barstool Sports, and his confrontation with a journalist from The Washington Post. We analyze the journalist’s approach and express frustration with their negative portrayal of Portnoy. We highlight the need for fair and unbiased reporting.

Finally, we express our gratitude to the donors and supporters of the show, mentioning their names and contributions. We acknowledge their role in helping us continue to deliver quality content.

RRNews 331: Happy Labor Day Comrade!

How much power and accountability do the 545 leaders in our country have? Would the general population act differently in their positions? Psychopathy rules Washington DC. They found a mass on the moon! Detroit has a crumbling infrastructure, but so does the entire airline industry. Lastly let’s walk in a manner that pleases God.

Producers of RRNews 331:

Danny – Medford, OR
Brian – Parts Unknown
Robert – Parts Unknown
Suzanne – Southern CA The Armpit of the West
Khyle – Newton, MA
Autumn – Snoqualmie, WA
Anonymous – Parts Unknown
Krissy – Manchester, NH
David – Calgary Alberta


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Some Pfizer Vaccines Were Contaminated — What Does That Mean for Millions Who Got the Jab?

‘A Fauci Clone’: New NIAID Director Oversaw Remdesivir Trials, Has Ties to Biosafety Lab Research

Meat Allergies: Yes, It’s Ticks

Moderna has a new product!

Bud Light Welcomes New Investor Bill Gates With Limited Edition Jeffrey Epstein Cans

Edmond doctors noticing more ‘back to school bugs’ than normal

Powell’s employees go on labor strike for first time in 20 years

The Giant Science Lie that Underpins the Entire Collectivist Net Zero Political Project – The Daily Sceptic

40% of Apparent Global Warming Since 1850 is Due to Urban Heat Corruptions, Major Study Finds – The Daily Sceptic

The lasting damage ‘forever chemicals’ could do to American companies

Invisible danger: TV6 Investigates looks at dangerous ‘forever chemicals’ in cities water supplies

Astronomers discover “deep structure” under Moon’s largest crater


Vaccine Thought Process
Teaching Kids Why
Greg Reese DEWs
545 People
1 Thessalonians 4
Moderna has a new product!

AI Generated Show Notes:

In this part of the conversation, we delve into a discussion about the power and accountability of the 545 individuals who have the responsibility to lead the country. We express frustration with how these decision-makers impact the lives of millions of people. Debating whether the general population would act differently if placed in the same position, we share differing viewpoints. I suggest that those in power may possess a higher tendency towards psychopathy. We both agree that a system of random selection for leaders could be more favorable for the country. Furthermore, we acknowledge the influence of other powerful individuals, such as billionaires, who may not be part of the 545. Reflecting on the flaws of hierarchical political systems, our conversation shifts to a discussion about the apostles’ expectations of political power during Jesus’ time. I draw parallels between their desire for a literal return to power and the present-day political landscape. This leads us to mention Peter’s involvement in a group with aggressive beliefs and his subsequent denial of Jesus, prompting a comparison to a recent Chris White podcast.

As we reach the midpoint of our 18-minute podcast episode (contrary to our initial belief of it being 20 minutes), we focus on the topic for this episode – David Burkhart and his books. My co-host shares having read several of his books and offers to lend them to interested listeners. We highlight the importance of studying the beliefs of early Christians and its relevance to modern-day Christianity. Expressing criticism towards the merging of Catholicism and New Age practices within the emergent church movement, we transition to the donation segment. Taking a moment to acknowledge our listeners in Australia and the growing number of people joining our Telegram group, we express gratitude to our friends Matty B and Will for their contributions. Lightening the mood, we mention some inside jokes and tease the second half of the show, where we plan to share travel stories.

Discussing the listener-supported nature of our show, we outline various ways that listeners can contribute either financially or through volunteering. Expressing appreciation for recent donations, we individually thank the contributors. We ponder the possibility of adding Venmo as a donation option, recognizing that even though we occasionally request donations, we can’t criticize others who do the same. We dabble in the trend of people asking for Venmo donations on their birthdays and amusingly highlight different approaches in soliciting money. Casually, we make a joke about creating a financing option for individuals to borrow and give money to us, though we concede such an endeavor would be more suited for a main job than a side hustle.

Moving on to our travel stories, I recount my experience of attempting to return home during a storm and encountering flooding at the airport. Determined, I recount traversing the flooded tunnel at the airport despite the risks and eventually making it to my flight. My co-host then shares their own travel woes, leading us to discuss the frustrations passengers face in the airline industry. We touch on the irrational anger directed towards airline employees and the detrimental effects of social media addiction on professional athletes. Briefly mentioning the Bible verse of the day, we encourage listeners to walk in a manner that pleases God. As we wrap up the episode, we reflect on biblical teachings of brotherly love and the significance of working diligently. Considering whether to conclude the show or discuss an unrelated topic, we express gratitude to our listeners for tuning in.