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Ep 772[Ep 773] Nicer Than It Could Be [1:50:00]
Recorded: Sat, 2022-Apr-02 UTC
Published: Mon, 2022-Apr-04 19:04 UTC
Ep 774

This week on Curmudgeon's Corner, Sam and Ivan do indeed talk about Ukraine. It was recorded before the latest revelations of war crimes in Bucha and other towns outside Kyiv, so you'll have to wait until next week for them to react to that, but they do discuss many other aspects of the conflict. Plus a discussion of different things than can be frothy, various aspects of backups and using multiple monitors, a check in with the Covid situation, and even some Hunter Biden stuff. So listen in now!

  • (0:00:01-0:00:51) Cold Open
  • (0:01:15-0:31:55) But First
    • Frothy Things
    • Box Pile
    • Multiple Monitors
    • Work Backups
  • (0:32:57-1:10:26) Ukraine
    • Ukrainian Attack on Russian Soil?
    • Russian Retreat in the North
    • Possible End States
    • Putin's Information Flow
    • Military Capabilities
    • Refugee Situation
  • (1:10:44-1:49:29) Potpourri
    • Is Covid Finally Done?
    • Hunter Biden Stuff
    • Ending Thingy

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