Is the Stew Peters documentary, Died Suddenly, a cover or Google Wash? If you now google search “died suddenly” it takes up the first couple of search pages, according to John C. Dvorak, who also called it a dumb documentary. They both seemed to agree it was an “Op”. Adam said he liked the movie
John and Adam were talking about the attack on Paul Pelosi in the Pelosi’s Pacific Heights mansion. Now, an NBC Reporter, Miguel Almaguer was suspended and NBC retracted its story on the Pelosi attack. The NBC report seems quite different than the popular reported narrative of the event: “later report was Almaguer on the street
Dvorak recommends Goya Sazonador Total! It’s a general purpose seasoning that’s used religiously in the Dvorak household. John adds, “it’s so good, get the big giant one – just mix with sour cream, best buttermilk style ranch dressing you’ll ever have! The reasons the seasoning was mentioned was that they played a clip of CEO
NPR did a piece on Taco Bell reviving an old menu item, the Mexican Pizza. In NPR’s story, they interviewed a woman, Rima Parikh, who has the most over-the-top valley girl accent. Every sentence seems to end with an up-talk phrasing that makes it seem like a question. The story’s slant has an interesting narrative
While discussing the over-socialized and under-informed, author Jonathan Haidt and his commentary on Gen Z was mentioned. His book is The Coddling of the American Mind by Greg Lukianoff and Jonathan Haidt.
Tristan Harris recently appeared on the Joe Rogan show and read the opening from the Neil Postman’s book, Amusing Ourselves to Death.
Adam asked if there’s been many movie productions in the last 8-10 months? The answer, not many! But get ready, because Netflix is now streaming the apocalyptic pandemic thriller, Songbird. In Songbird, the lockdown has been extended and the virus is now attacking brain tissue – death toll is at 110 million and infected Americans
Adam was being texted by everyone, “You got to see this documentary, The Plot Against the President!” This hot new documentary was supposed to be on Netflix, so Adam attempted to find it with his Roku’s voice search. Unfortunately, the Roku had a hard time finding the movie. Frustratingly, he had to go down sixteen spots
Feathered Cocaine is a documentary made around 2010 and was maybe discussed on the show around 2011. The film tells the story of underground falcon smuggling. Falcons are treasured by the wealthy elite throughout the Persian Gulf, the sporting birds have earned the label “feathered cocaine.”
When pierogi was mentioned, Dvorak spoke his mind on the Eastern European dumplings and thinks they suck and are overrated. It’s a dumpling – no big deal! [1287: 2:47]
Adam just watched My Octopus Teacher, “If you haven’t watched this documentary, you haven’t lived! The octopus would recognize him, it would hug him!” 1284: 1:53
While discussing why there hasn’t been as much ‘Second Half of Show’ material recently, John Dvorak mentioned the mysterious Tesla tower in Texas (not to be confused with Austin’s famous Moontowers).
Mark your calendars for the evening of Oct. 13, 6 – 8:00 p.m. As of the Oct. 8 show, Adam reports there are 58 RSVPs and that he and The Keeper will be there!
Eighteen months ago, No Agenda Show producer Sir Jimmy V. from Jersey City, NJ contacted No Agenda to tell them about a true crime podcast created by himself and his girlfriend, in which they interview Melanie McGuire AKA “Suitcase Killer”.
Oh no! Looks like Palmetto cheese got the Noodle Gun and has been cancelled! Costco has removed the from their shelves to support the boycott and to prevent themselves from being boycotted.
Every now and then, we deviate from posting about No Agenda’s TV Shows, Movies and food news to feature a great No Agenda discussion. This time Adam presented a terrific talk on his theory why media companies like YouTube and Twitter de-platform creators – not necessarily because of their conservative or far-right views, but for
Schitt’s Creek is a new TV comedy from Canada starring Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara with Chris Elliott. Produced by the CBC. Adam described it as a borderline Farce and Un-Canadian Good! [1152 2:21]
After talking about the new Johnny English movie, Adam said that during discussion on 5G that some show producers pointed that the second Kingsman movie, Kingsman: The Golden Circle had a variation of this – everyone has a phone and a central point can kill you. Dvorak hasn’t seen it yet but liked the first movie
John Dvorak describes the “new Johnny English movie with Mr Bean – whole movie is about a Silicon Valley guy who is a data monger!” John further said he enjoyed it and admitted to seeing it in a theater. John further said that for admirers of good writing will appreciated a couple of the bits
Is the Bird Box a metaphor for the implications of our civilization’s addiction to cell phone use? Adam wasn’t interested in watching Netflix’s hit movie, Bird Box because he didn’t want to watch a stressful movie with Sandra Bullock and some kids in a row boat. Award winning director Susanne Bier made this beautifully shot, but