Dimes and Judas discuss the Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin’s thottery as a geopolitical indictment of women having fun, a brief review of the latest worst movie ever Day Shift starring Jamie Foxx, the impossibility of appealing midwits as a strategic hurdle, and the recent lifting of Covid restrictions in America contrasted against Canada’s lone wolf doubling-down on everything, including the government’s broken citizen-tracking app. They then explore what it means to kill a human being in real life and the various methods to make people do, reviewing the book “On Killing” by Lt. Col. Dave Grossman. This discussion includes the impact taking a life has on the average human mind, how PTSD can be defeated, and what processes are innovated by modern organizations to make murder easier. In the latest episode of the Copepranos Society, Dimes sits down with the highly respected Tyler Hamilton (Thamster Witnat,) a Canadian philosopher and host of Theopolitics. The two discuss the power of karate and the importance of phenomenology. Don’t know what that is? Do yourself a favor and listen, IDIOT!!!