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Bit Size BytesAug 31, 2021
BSB Episode 10, Part 1 – 'Dopesick' review and big Pharma
Scott and Zelda do a review of the streaming series 'Dopesick' staring Michael Keaton, Will Poulter, Kaitlyn Dever and Peter Sarsgaard. This series comes out at a time when the world is struggling to understand two years of a 'pandemic' that seems to be pushed by big Pharma. 'Dopesick' has astounding similarities and parallels to what has transpired since Spring 2020. Similarities such as drug companies seemingly taking over healthcare thanks to dirty politicians, unsuspecting doctors and the media. The real victims, as we will probably find out in 70 years, are the people who take the drugs.
*Opinions in this podcast are for entertainment purposes and you should seek medical advise from your doctor or your healthcare provider.
BSB Episode 9, Part 2 – Holiday in Derry and Belfast
'Help! This is a cry for help!' - Scott
Come hear the tale of Scott and Zelda and their boozy holiday in Northern Ireland. From a Calcutta-esque train ride, rancid hamburgers in Belfast, to maskless glory in Derry (or Londonderry...whatever is your persuasion), it was a classic Scott and Zelda adventure.
BSB Episode 9, Part 1 – Afghanistan, spiritual dark ages, and taco talk
'If somebody tries to bump you, you just shoot them.' - Zelda
They came unprepared but ended up having a conversation about the weird things going on in Afghanistan. Scott is fascinated with the Taliban riding around in bumper cars. He gives us a history lesson on stoned Taliban and fentanyl.
They also talk about the spiritual aspect of what is going on. Who is pulling the strings? The Reptilians. Scott discusses the dark ages of the past and the dark winter we are about to experience.
Lastly, Zelda tells Scott about the time her Mexican family tricked her into attending church with promises of tacos. Such a cheerful discussion.
Take care of your pineal glands, Friends!
BSB Episode 8, Part 2- Cyber stuff and The Chosen series
Good news! Jesus appeared to Scott and Zelda. After a rundown on the Cyber Polygon and New World Order talk, they talk about the new series they're trying not to binge (because there are only two seasons) called The Chosen. No before you go away and tune out, it has a high production value and it's not all Jesus-ey.
It doesn't matter if you're an atheist or a saint, this series is really just what the universe ordered during the obvious apocalypse. And also, Jesus has some good one-liners.
This episode is a juxtaposition of the reality of the evil going on in the world and the goodness of the message of Jesus via this fantastic series. Maybe love is the answer. Even when the world government is trying to kill us.
BSB Episode 8, Part 1 – Haiti, Cuba and the Irish problem
Klaus Schwab's dystopian wet dream seems to be accelerating as we are bombarded by the news this past week. Are some of these just distractions? Or is something more sinister approaching?
First up, Haitian president Jovenel Moise was mysteriously assassinated. Moise was one of few world leaders who refused the global vaccination program. Scott also talks about the connection between Moise and other assassinated leaders.
Viva Cuba! There was also a huge anti-government demonstration in Cuba. Reuters reported the uprising but cited that part of it had to do with covid. The truth is that they are tired of the communist regime and prefer freedom. Zelda also talks about the difference between Stalin like communism and Nazi nationalist socialism.
And woe to the Irish. Vaccine passports will be implemented so that only vaccinated people can have pints and a night out indoors. Meanwhile, the un-vaccinated will remain out in the rain. But don't try getting a fake one. You'll be charged €2,000 if you're caught with a black-market passport.
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BSB Episode 7 – Doth protest too much
Scott and Zelda decided to take some action and join the Dublin protest last Saturday, 3 June. They found themselves a bit disappointed at the turnout. And mostly because they had to walk five miles. It truly felt like a modern-day walk of shame.
They explain why the duds that were the Dublin and Cork protests are significant in assessing the temperament of the nation. They also rant about the 'pilot' concert that featured clowns in pig pens, getting antigen tests, and, yup, still wearing masks outdoors.
Hide your kids. Hide your wife. We're living in a dystopian nightmare and Scott and Zelda are not pleased.
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