What's News | March 20th, 2019
Pop Culture and Current Events Commentary
"The Parasitic Elite and Obtuse Entitled Class," Commentary by Eric Renderking Fisk | March 20th, 2019
"I will upset and 'trigger' some people who read this. We are plagued with a system that preaches morality and the rewards of hard work via our entertainment media, while many of the very preachers of this are the very perpetrators and beneficiaries of a system that's rigged. "The system" isn't broken. It's how the system is built. The only upside is that some of us get to tell you we told you so, unfortunately." ...check out previous Rants.
The Fedora Chronicles Radio Show And The Metaphysical Connection
News Of The Week of March 16, 2019: Spending The Night Together... with Government Corruption.
Jason Cousineau and Eric Renderking Fisk | March 17th, 2019. This week we discuss creepy love songs from the Nineteen Seventies that wouldn’t make it in the era of the #MeToo Movement, Anti-Semitism in a Facebook Paranormal Group, The Government Cover-Up and conspiracy that was revealed in the leak of the DOJ’s Lisa Page’s testimony from last summer, The Celebrity College Cheating Scandal… And Jay’s weird seduction voice. All this and laughs on The Metaphysical Connection’s News of The Week.
News Of The Week: March 9th, 2019 - “Leaving Neverland” Eric Renderking Fisk | March 9th, 2019
This week on the show Jason and Eric Renderking Fisk talk about the controversy surrounding the HBO Two-Part documentary “Leaving Neverland” that features new accusations against Micheal Jackson of child abuse and pedophilia. We also talk about the cult of personality and debate why rabid fans defend celebrities who are accused of horrible acts.
The Fedora Chronicles Radio Show & The Dieselpunk Podcast: | March 3rd, 2019
John Pyka and Eric Renderking Fisk interview Mr. Piecraft himself - Bernardo Andrade de Sena - about the origins of Dieselpunk, battling with Wikipedia, and the future of the genre. ... and check out past episodes.
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The Fedora Chronicles Style Guide
“Champagne Tastes on a Ginger Ale Budget.” Special Guest writer Adam Pajkowski shares how to dress vintage for cheap. | January 2019
Men: What The Hell Happened? Eric Renderking Fisk | December 1st, 2018
When fashion trends go in a direction where we don't want we should be able to say something about it.
The Book Cellar
Technocrats Ruined America: Liberal Heretic Thomas Frank Calls Out Other Liberals with The Book That Cost Him His Job! by Eric Renderking Fisk | October 4th, 2018 - Thomas Frank says the Working Class was actually hurt more when Democrats acted more like stereotypical Republicans than actual Republicans.
Review: “13 Hours: The Inside Account of What Really Happened in Benghazi,” By MItchell Zuckoff - Reivewed by Eric Renderking Fisk.
The Electric Speakeasy Returns!
Now people are looking for new platforms, alternatives to Facebook. There are a lot of people who see what's happening and how it's going to be getting worse. They are going to start censoring the crap out of social media, and/or social media is going to start demanding that you submit to their GroupThink.
Here's what I see happening, Facebook is going to go the way of "MySpace." People are already leaving in droves. People are leaving Facebook and might not have anywhere to go... Well, to all of you. Welcome back and welcome home.
The Fedora Chronicles Dine - Food and Drink
The Yelp on Yelp | June 14th, 2018
Eric Renderking Fisk explores what's wrong with sites that host reviews of your 'favorite' resturants and why they're a huge part of why horrible establishments with a lot of dough are able to cary on for decades when they should have been closed soon after they opened.
The Fedora Chronicles Food and Drink: Spellbound Cabernet Sauvignon
Eric Renderking Fisk shares a bottle from California, vintage 2015.
"Army Of Brass - EA Hennessy Interview" by Phoebe Darqueling | May 8th, 2018
Phoebe Darqueling interviews EA Hennessy about 'Army Of Brass' for The Fedora Chronicles Women Of Retropunk. Visit The Steampunk Portal and Women Of Retropunk for more articles.