The 9pm End of Winter LIVE

Tonight is the end of official winter in Australia, although spring has already arrived in the Blue Mountains. So to mark the end (almost) of the Late Winter Series of this podcast, the recording of this episode was streamed live.

You’ll hear about one American’s plan to solve the evacuation from Afghanistan, the worst news story ever written, risk calculations and COVID-19, and Wilson’s Law of the Internet. There’s even a small quiz!

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Thank you, Media Freedom Citizenry

The 9pm Edict is supported by the generosity of its listeners. If you’d like more special guest episodes in the immediate future, please subscribe for special benefits or throw a few coins into the tip jar.

This episode it’s thanks to Andrew McKenzie, Ben Morgan, Gavin Costello, Jodie M, Karletta Abianac, Kate Carruthers, Michael Rosser, Paris Lord, and Viveka Weiley.

And of course it’s thank you to everyone who supported The 9pm Late Winter Series 2021 crowdfunding campaign during July.

CONVERSATION TOPICS: Richard Stephens.

THREE TRIGGER WORDS: Joop de Wit, Sheepie, and five people who choose to remain anonymous.

ONE TRIGGER WORD: Brenton Realph, Dave Gaukroger, David J Bruce, David King, Frank Filippone, Gavin C, Jonathan Ferguson, Jordan Wightman, Karl Sinclair, Liz Darvill, Mark Newton, Mick Fong, oberonsghost, Paul Williams, Peter Blakeley, Peter McCrudden, Peter Sandilands, Peter Wickins, Phillip Merrick, Ramsay Smith, Ric Hayman, Ross Nye, Scott Reeves, Syl Mobile, and one person who chooses to remain anonymous.

FOOT SOLDIERS FOR MEDIA FREEDOM who gave a SLIGHTLY LESS BASIC TIP: Alex Kidman, Andrew Kennedy, Brian Smith, Chris TheHoff, Christopher Neal, Craig Batty, David Heath, deejbah, Garth Kidd, Kimberley Heitman, Paris Lord, Peter Blakeley, Peter McCrudden, Susan Rankin, Tim Johns, and two people who choose to remain anonymous.

MEDIA FREEDOM CITIZENS who contributed a BASIC TIP: Errol Cavit, Michael Keating, Peter Viertel, and two people who choose to remain anonymous.

And another twelve people chose to have no reward, even though some of them were the most generous of all. Thank you all so much.

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