Brian Gongol Show on WHO Radio - September 28, 2019

Brian Gongol


The Brian Gongol Show can be heard on WHO Radio in Des Moines, Iowa on 1040 AM or streaming online at WHORadio.com. The show airs from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm Central Time on Saturday afternoons. Podcasts of show highlights are also available.


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Segment 1:

BUT FIRST: The opening essay

Everyone needs a little room for error: The reaction to the newspaper's profile on Carson King and a couple of bad social-media posts it dredged up really highlights the need to leave each other room for error. Especially kids.

Segment 2:

Totally Unnecessary Debate of the Day

Segment 3:

Have fun

It's the first time I've seen this: CPR training as a video game. But what a great idea!

Mind your business

If the public doesn't care enough about technology, it's going to get regulated by the wrong people: Luddites, neo-authoritarians, or captured regulators.

Segment 4:

So it's come to impeachment? Choices do have consequences.

Recap

Listen to the full episode from September 28, 2019 here (Note: This episode was streamed only)

Everyone needs a little room for error: The reaction to the newspaper's profile on Carson King and a couple of bad social-media posts it dredged up really highlights the need to leave each other room for error. Especially kids.

Listen to segment 1

Suppose you had to go on the run. Which vehicle would you take?

Listen to segment 2

If the public doesn't care enough about technology, it's going to get regulated by the wrong people: Luddites, neo-authoritarians, or captured regulators.

Listen to segment 3

So it's come to impeachment? Choices do have consequences.

Listen to segment 4