May 21, 2022 • 1HR 7M

Episode 115: Reply All Is Done, Elon Musk Is Too Online, And Tucker Carlson Is Bad But Probably Not Responsible For A Mass Shooting

Plus: Jesse has an awkward moment IRL

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Journalists Katie Herzog and Jesse Singal scour the internet for its craziest, silliest, most sociopathic content, part of an obsessive and ill-conceived attempt to extract kernels of meaning and humanity from a landscape of endless raging dumpster fires.

After Jesse tells Katie about a fairly awkward dinner, the hosts dig in to a particularly sumptuous buffet of internet nonsense. You can discuss this episode with other BARPod premium subscribers here.

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The Reply All news:

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Elon Musk says the deal is on hold:



The Buffalo shooter’s manifesto, if you can stomach it:

Right-wing extremism expert Talia Lavin blames Abigail Shrier:

NYT on hate crimes:

Jesse responds:

Nick Confessore on Tucker Carlson:

Anti-Defamation League on Carlson and the “Great Replacement” theory:

Glenn Greenwald argues that it’s unfair to blame Tucker:

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The Demented - and Selective - Game of Instantly Blaming Political Opponents For Mass Shootings
At a softball field in a Washington, DC suburb on June 14, 2017, a lone gunman used a rifle to indiscriminately spray bullets at …
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ESZTERGOM, HUNGARY - AUGUST 07: Tucker Carlson speaks during the Mathias Corvinus Collegium (MCC) Feszt on August 7, 2021 in Esztergom, Hungary. The multiday political event was organized by the Mathias Corvinus Collegium (MCC), a privately managed foundation that recently received more than $1.7 billion in government money and assets. The leader of its main board, Balazs Orban, who is also a state secretary in the prime minister's office, said MCC's priority is promoting "patriotism" among the next generation of Hungary's leaders. (Photo by Janos Kummer/Getty Images)