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Dystopian Present – Season 2 Episode 2: Smaug on the water

0 Submitted by on Fri, 22 July 2016, 14:59
Nash and Ross lament about Hong Kong’s horrifically polluted waters and what it says about the China’s bad-ass geopolitics–and then try artlessly to segue-way to the geopolitics of Game of Thrones! Join us in ruminating about the third dragon-rider (really, please ruminate with us) and listen in!...
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World of UScast: Dystopian Present Ep 13: National Daze

0 Submitted by on Tue, 06 October 2015, 08:59
As Donald Trump once said…”China? China!” Join Ross, Previous Snide, Alice and Rachel as they talk about how much Hong Kong has (and hasn’t) changed in the one year since the Occupy movement.  They put high hopes in the new re-imagining of the Black Panther, and this year’s DCU TV offerings. And just for good measure, they look at the Continue Reading...
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World of UScast: Dystopian Present: Ep 11: The Dawn of our Demise

0 Submitted by on Wed, 26 August 2015, 10:59
Summertime wrap-up! Is Ant-Man not a faithful addition to the MCU canon? Are long-haul flights the only time one can rightfully enjoy Vin Diesel films? Does Moby Dick qualify as genre fiction? If we quizzed you after listening to this podcast, you might pass! Bonus points if you think Christian Slater was dreamy in Kuffs!...
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World of UScast: Dystopian Present E10: Once in a Cherry Moon

0 Submitted by on Mon, 03 August 2015, 14:59
The Dystopics have disbanded for summer and scattered to the global winds, but never fear: Ross has found a co-conspirator in Didi, who is sharing a relentlessly deep view on the musical miracle that is Prince, and why he deserves your every devotion! You don’t have to be beautiful to listen to this podcast. ..so go on....
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Dystopian Present Episode 5: The Azaleas of Discontent

0 Submitted by on Mon, 30 March 2015, 14:59
Forced from their aerie atop the 27th tallest building in the world, the scrappy dystopics have set up a temporary rebel base deep within Central, and regale you with arguably too much detail on why Hong Kongers dislike mainland shoppers!! Also: very tardy (yet still heartfelt) memorials for Leonard Nimoy and Terry Pratchett, and Ross learns to love (genre fiction) Continue Reading...
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