Today’s episode features former NFL punter, social justice advocate, and game designer Chris Kluwe, who sued his former NFL team for wrongful termination after he alleged that they cut him for standing up for marriage equality.
Kluwe brings his unique behind-the-scenes knowledge to help us understand Colin Kaepernick’s recently-filed grievance against the NFL, and gives us some bold predictions as to what’s going to happen next. Even if you’re not a football fan, we think you’ll love this conversation.
After that, Andrew and Thomas break down a recent story circulating about former FBI Director James Comey and (of course) Hillary Clinton’s “damned emails,” which we first discussed way back in Episode 13. (If you haven’t listened to that episode, you probably should; it’s really good!)
Finally, we end with the answer to Thomas Takes the Bar Exam Question #46 as to whether pre-nuptial agreements must be in writing. Don’t forget to following our Twitter feed (@Openargs) and like our Facebook Page so that you too can play along with #TTTBE!
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Show Notes & Links
- You too can read Colin Kaepernick’s arbitration demand; we archived a copy of it here.
- We first discussed Hillary Clinton’s “damned emails” and the Comey investigation back in Episode 13.
- Here is a link to the (almost entirely redacted) email chain regarding Comey’s statement.
- Finally, you should absolutely check out Kluwe’s new card game, Twilight of the Gods, by clicking here.
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