Your Annoying Little Brother: Coffee asks Questions about Epstein, Bernie and Aliens and Google: TidePodcast Episode 97

A new show featuring Annoying & Childish Questions from your friendly Neighborhood Coffee.

About 7 1/2 minutes long.


22 thoughts on “Your Annoying Little Brother: Coffee asks Questions about Epstein, Bernie and Aliens and Google: TidePodcast Episode 97

  1. I see Heather sparked some ideas in your head.

    I am all for moving on, but I hope that when I die, people will mourn me for a minute and won’t say “Who cares? That’s old news.”.

    Trust no one. Plenty of close to you people disappoint, so what makes you think that people who don’t even know you won’t betray your trust?

    With the whole “evil” thing, are you having a spiritual crisis? It sounds a little bit like you are trying to erase the border between the good and the bad, and I think that’s dangerous.

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      I’m not trying to erase a border between good and evil. What I am getting at is, that good and evil in the cultural sense seems to migrate depending on what is currently acceptable. And that people just go along to get along, so what was once perceived as good, is now presented as evil.

      People seem to lack actual conviction (my opinion) and if a person is willing to do whatever it takes to attain mediocrity (fit in) then often it seems that those people are usually the mob that is marching with torches and pitchforks to burn down the most recent example of “evil”.

      If a person can be manipulated so easily, then how can any society or civilization ever expect to remain relevant for any duration?

      If homosexuality and trans is the way of the future, if diversity is now a strength, if faith and a belief in God is the sign of weakness, ultimately, evil will always have new meaning in the public sense.

      1. Yes, good and evil is shifting. But make no mistake – that is the work of the devil. This trend makes people think that redefining good and evil is something that can be used to their advantage. That is why I am fighting so hard to voice my believes.

        That aside, I know what you are trying to say and I agree – people toss the “evil” label around on things that are just… a hyperbole.

        You are absolutely right about conviction and manipulation. The funny thing is that all of a sudden people have convictions in the wrong places and none in the right ones. They will fight for their candidate/ opinion, but they won’t stand up for what’s “right”.

        Your last paragraph is exactly what I was trying to say – we are trying to be so accepting of EVERYTHING and we are so afraid to reject anything that we lose our moral compass.

        1. bottomlesscoffee007

          Exactly Goldie, this dynamic is what defines civilization and society, throughout the entire history of humanity. It’s a self defeating ideology that plays out the same, every time. Yet, if we are not careful, is easy to fall into ourselves as individuals.

          The world is gone and so is America. It has been since the 1960s or since slavery or since the settling of America. We all wake up in our own time.

          We are practicing insanity, and attempting to convince ourselves that, “we’ll never do that again”.

          It’s all on the individual to decide and choose for themselves. Eventually we all face judgment.

        2. bottomlesscoffee007

          As for the Epstein thing, I just find it comical that people actually thought that he was gonna make it to court or that he would ever be allowed to testify.

          The only way to remain in power is to ensure that your secrets never get out.

          The FBI still hasn’t fully released the MLK file or the JFK file, what makes us think that a single person with dirt on a majority of the “leaders” of this nation will ever be allowed to publicly testify?

          That is why I find it humorous.

  2. I finally got a chance to listen to this.
    #1 I have a younger brother and he is WAAAAAY more annoying…try harder😝🤣

    Yeah, Epstein wasn’t gonna make it to trial. I hope for all the people he hurt that his cronies will still be prosecuted. Human trafficking is evil. Yep, evil. There is evil and good. It’s pretty basic actually. It has more to do with ethics than an popular ism.
    Live and let live. Why are we concerned with what someone else is doing if they aren’t hurting anyone?
    Don’t worry about Google or any other corporation. If they want info on you, they have it. The government wants info on you, they have it. We have the illusion of privacy and most people give everything away without even realizing it or even thinking about it. I’m on SSDI, I KNOW the government has whatever info on me they want. I’m sure they had it in early 2000s when I was active is grassroots political activism. My ex was the local head of American Indian Movement which was considered a terrorist group in its history.

    Anyway….you’re not annoying enough to be my little brother, and I have ALL the answers…just ask me😝😉🤣

  3. I love it!! 💕 What did you think? Was it uncomfortable? You forgot to plug your social media accounts and remind folks to review/subscribe to your podcasts at the end – trust me, that needs to be part of EVERY podcast’s closing spiel.

    As for evil, I think it’s subjective. Different people define it different ways and there’s rarely agreement on the definition.

    Wholehearted trust in anyone is difficult for me, especially strangers – and politicians fall in the strangers category. So, the answer is no. I don’t trust politicians, the government, or it’s various departments/branches. I’m always skeptical and sometimes hopeful.

      1. If you want to know whether or not aliens are real, just ask David Levinson (lol). Interest thoughts. I think “conspiracy theorist” is just one of the many words and terms people call other people who don’t trust the government. Others are paranoid, delusional, etc., etc. Is “Your Annoying Little Brother” the new name of your podcast now?

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