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Ep 162 - TFW No Supply Chain w/ Paul Channelstrip

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Jamie and Sean are joined by superproducer Paul Channelstrip (@aufhebenkultur) (Antifada twitch channel, Everybody Loves Communism, many more) for a laid back episode about the zoo, a high profile bird murder, and the tendency of the rate of treats to fall over time. Why is the supply chain having a normal one and what does it mean for the current phase of capitalism?

You can watch this trio shoot the shit from 3pm-5pm ET every Wednesday and Friday at Twitch.tv/TheAntifada!

Check out Paul's many projects:

Everybody Loves Communism <--Jamie's new history and theory pod

Mortal Science

Varn Vlog

Reel Abstractions

closing song: Berner - Status

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