While I voted for Trump, I feel that it is time to move on. Trump had his opportunity and blew it. I am curious what percent of the subscribers feel this way. If the vast majority feel like me, please limit your coverage to 2-3 minutes per week. Maybe a survey? Thanks!
Maybe not the place to ask this, but don't know if anyone will see it otherwise. I'm asking if you can stop speeding up the video clips you play in your show. A couple reasons why I think speeding up the clips makes for a worse listening experience: - Many times when listening to a pundit or political leader it is important to hear their tone of voice, inflection and cadence. When people sound like chipmunks it's not easy to hear if they are being sarcastic, condescending or just the general mood of the speech. (that recent video of ben shapiro was unlistenable. He's already a chipmunk.) - Many listeners already speed up their podcasts. Now a 2x podcast is now a 3 or 4x and people have to stop and change their settings on their app. Hopefully not while they're driving!!! - Lastly you are a free and independent outlet. You don't have time constraints imposed on you, nor do you have to get to a commercial break on time. Let the listener choose the experience they want. If they want to speed up the podcast they can do so on their own. In general I enjoy listening to you guys and your guests, so I'm not in a rush to listen to the episode as quickly as possible. I would guess most of your subscribers would agree. Keep on killing it! Pete
The SSA stated in their 2022 annual report that they will be insolvent (not bankrupt) by 2035. Some fiscally conscious think tanks project this to be sooner with the higher payments due to inflation. With that being said, do you believe SS should be reformed? If so, how would you reform it?
Dearest Krystal and Saagar, Is there a way to signal, even in a lowkey way, that you all are not AS beholden to YouTube given the current political climate? I saw your byline, "Breaking Points is a fearless anti-establishment political and culture show on YouTube featuring hosts Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti.", and it just seems the time has come to change "YouTube" to "...numerous video and audio streaming networks..." perhaps. - Just musings from a superfan who appreciates all you do to stand against ideology and idiocy. Always Thankful You Exist, Ryan