Sometimes you wonder if you can possibly imagine what the world will be like in another twenty years. Did you have any clue what life would be like today back in 1998? Outside of Al Gore who is spotless in his long term predictions, you probably turned out to be wrong about almost everything. If you predicted twenty years ago that this week we’d have a three-time Girls Wrestling Texas State champion who identified as a boy and was allowed testosterone to the levels to dominate her competition, you’d have laughed. Or cried. Or maybe you didn’t care about Girls Wrestling outside of the WWE like the rest of us.

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On this week’s Last Men on Earth Podcast we explore this Mack Beggs full nelson, wonder when the hell comedians all moved into culturally safe, majority opinion material, anticipate the release of the next 9,457 female driven TV shows and movies coming this March, discuss whether or not we’d even want to live in the female-only African wasteland commune of Umoja, Matt unleashes some thinly veiled Seacrest hate, and I end on a happy note with school shootings in Florida. With Garrison Keillor under civilian sexual harassment arrest, we’re all you’ve got.

People in the 60’s always talk about the socially turbulent times. Imagine if they had social media back then to accelerate the spread of calls to action based on limited or intentionally obfuscated facts. That’s 2018. On the upside, far fewer people stapling rally leaflets to telephone poles. It’s all speed of hashtag bullshit pushed from cellphone to cellphone, lighting up the desire to be noble among generations of people who eschewed real service to community and country many years ago.

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On this week’s Last Men on Earth podcast, we dive into predicting the timeline for Rose McGowan’s murder-suicide spree, wonder if chicks getting naked in men’s magazines truly is empowering for women, ask ourselves how long we would’ve kept working for a fat dude who made us stick needles into his dick, confirm that Africa is a shithole minus the massively advanced nation made-up for the MCU and Black Panther, I debunk the gender pay gap with use of The Rock’s abs, we lament that sophomore who walked out on Princeton to confirm the end of the use for college, and then there’s a whole bunch of badly outdated gay jokes I make at Matt’s expense. Standard episode, only the best one ever!