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Miller Frost Podcast Episode 115 Miller Frost, curmudgeon, occasional misanthrope, bad gay and weekly podcaster, chaperones yet another irreverent journey through a mix of today's headlines and oddball news stories.This week, after a visit from Pete and Chasten Buttigieg, Miller covers 'The Batman' getting a whole lot more queer; Woke CNN getting slammed by Hispanic journalist organization for a lack of diversity at CNN+; J.J. Abrams' Star Trek cast being caught unaware by the announcement of fourth hipster Star Trek movie; Mostly white couple Megan Markle and Prince Harry receiving the NAACP President's Award for distinguished public service; Greg Abbott and Beta O'Rourke facing off in November over the governorship of Texas; Anti-capitalism flooding TikTok because kids these days are offended at having to put productivity over well-being; Richard Marx virtue signaling for attention by calling those who oppose Critical Race Theory as traitors and enemies of democracy; Intimacy coordinators managing aroused actors on set, as Miller revisits his call to end the straight-for-pay business model; and Broadway legend Harvey Fierstein not knowing if he's a man or woman.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/miller-frost-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Miller Frost Podcast Episode 116 Miller Frost, curmudgeon, occasional misanthrope, bad gay and weekly podcaster, chaperones yet another irreverent journey through a mix of today's headlines and oddball news stories.This week, Miller covers Alexandria, Virginia's virtue-signaling Mayor, Justin Wilson, signing an Abortion Provider Appreciation Day proclamation; Miller still waiting for iOS 15.4, and Siri's nonbinary voice; Taron Egerton "completely fine" after taking a tumble during a recent stage performance in London; Virgin pajama boys, living in their parents' basement, getting triggered over non-white actors in Amazon's 'Lord of the Rings' adaptation; Mitchell S. Jackson, in Esquire, hating on all the white people flying in first class; Gabby Petito's parents suing Brian Laundrie's parents for possibly trying to help him flee the U.S.; NAACP getting triggered over Hollywood's lack of Black CEOs and top executives a week after handing their President's Award to white people; Kim Kardashian going Instagram-official with Pete Davidson, and his big dick energy; Jussie Smollett getting 5 months in jail for his fake hate crime, and oddly, he didn't seem to thrilled about it; OutSpoken trolling Chasten Buttigieg about wanting to date Ron DeSantis; NASA running a trial program on 'preferred pronouns' in the workplace; and Polyamorous flag being a hot topic in the ethical non-monogamy community as a global effort gets underway to replace it.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/miller-frost-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Miller Frost Podcast Episode 117 Miller Frost, curmudgeon, occasional misanthrope, noncomforming gay and weekly podcaster, chaperones yet another irreverent journey through oday's headlines and oddball news stories.This week, Miller covers Lia Thomas making history as the first trans woman to win a NCAA women's swimming championship; Rachel Levine being named one of USA Today's 'Women of the Year' along with Queen Kamala; Apple's iOS 15.4 introducing a nonbinary voice to virtue signal; Starbucks looking to phase out disposable cups by 2025, making a difficult job that much worse; Jussie Smollett being released from jail; Britney Spears' on again, off again, on again Instagram account doing a 2-day disappearing act; Russian social media influencers getting triggered after Robot Mark plug-pulls Instagram over Ukraine; Woman paying $25K to clone her beloved cat only to find out the new one is completely different; Melinda Gates tossing ex-husband Bill under the bus alongside dead Jeffrey Epstein; US Medicine award-winning HIV researcher earning herself a first-class ticket on a train to a re-education camp to get her mind right after 13-year-old picture of her in blackface at Michael Jackson themed party surfaces; Kevin Spacey getting to face assault accuser Anthony Rapp this October; Hordes of teenagers, in wanting to be super special and unique, all developing the same Tourette's symptoms; Fredo Cuomo being a tattletail on the other mean girls at CNN to get a grand payout for being tosses aside; Carl Nassib being fired by the Raiders, but not for being gay; and Florida man calling po-po to test his meth. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/miller-frost-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Miller Frost Podcast Episode 118 Miller Frost, curmudgeon, occasional misanthrope, nonconforming gay and weekly podcaster, chaperones yet another irreverent journey through today's headlines and oddball news stories.This week, Miller covers Apple Fitness' Time to Walk hosting woke, history re-writing Nikole Hannah-Jones; Woke Twitter working overtime in handing out time-out slips to the Babylon Bee, Charlie Kirk and others; Colton Underwood shopping a TV wedding but finding no takers; Ukraine becoming the new 'Black Lives Matter' to America's virtue-signaling elite; Boston police arresting an alleged pimp on Mass and Cass; NPR releasing another how-to article on managing the 'homework' of adulthood; Florida man getting arrested for an attempted sexual assault in a Miami-Dade Walmart; Gavin Newsom ignoring California's burgeoning problems to sign a law making abortions free; Disney employees walking out over the false narrative that Florida's new law restricting educators from teaching sexual orientation or gender identity to young children being anti-gay; Whoopi Goldberg demanding Prince William apologize for the British royal family's colonial past; and non-binary people having worse mental health than other genders.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/miller-frost-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.