On this episode of AirWreckRadio: Stacey introduced his children to “The Terminator,” the 1984 classic romantic drama about Sarah Connor, a young waitress just dying to find her inner strength. When Kyle Reese, a mouth-breather from the future, saves her life and reveals to her that she is, in fact, the next Virgin Mary, it’s up to tough-guy/stop-motion cyborg, and one-time Governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger, to stop the wedding! This movie surprised Stacey’s family because of that one sex-scene that’s kinda graphic, but definitely depicts healthy sex between two willing, equal characters, so really; what’s the big deal?
In the news this week: who said video games can be addictive? The WHO, that’s who! The World Health Organization has added video game addiction to its 11th revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11). Also, the Trump Administration’s practice of separating children from their undocumented parents caught crossing into America illegally is disgusting, immoral, and needs to stop. Also, Trump supporters should really do a little soul searching before towing the party-line on this issue, because a little Google searching reveals quickly that it is not a crime to be in the U.S. without proper documentation, it’s a civil infraction. That might not seem like a big difference on the surface, but it’s a lot like losing custody of your children for driving on an expired registration.
Lastly on this ep, President Trump called on the Pentagon to create a 6th branch of the military, which he called “Space Force.” While we agree that the U.S. should be more focused on keeping space available to American needs, we’re pretty sure America already has an agency who’s job that could be. As far as Armed Forces in space, it sounds cool, and there is going to be a need for that, but we wish a responsible adult was the one making that call. As it is, it requires an act of Congress to create a new branch of the military, and I think we all know how likely an Act of Congress is!
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