Episode Twenty Eight: Redefining Our Culture (Fuck Everything)

Episode Twenty Eight: Redefining Our Culture (Fuck Everything)

Talk Thirty to Me Episode Twenty Eight: Redefining Our Culture (Fuck Everything)

Join Turg and Randy Z as they debate and discuss the cultural impact of a redefining of culture in every form and how Millennials have been directly responsible for the changes we observe in our culture today as well as…

How have millennials redefined the culture for their generation?

Why Randy tries to be a part of Turg’s culture. Turg and Randy debate redefining versus adjusting culture and the differences that separate the two schools of thought. The rate of the consumption of information has transformed the rate at which a culture shifts or changes. The guys discuss how Millennials are the reason why Trump (Forty-Five) was elected president. Influencers are now leading major decisions that affect our culture as Americans.

The Trump Effect has forever influenced the future of politics.

Turg and Randy discuss why government has been changing the way people view culture because of the heavy influence they carry in reshaping culture – a new perspective that was not always the focus of government. Randy asks Turg is he still believes that government must fail to succeed for future generations. The globalization of the American culture has been sparked by tragedy. Now that the damage was done we have directly forced homegrown influence to develop more negative overtones.

Millennials getting involved in government are singularly redefining the future for our own children. The next four years of the political scene across the nation is changing and will see a substantial change over the next election cycle. Do you think you could get involved and make a change?

What is your idea of Americana?

The melting pot of American society has transformed. For Turg, Americana was important because it helped incorporate all cultures and backgrounds into the fray. Turg talks about how his global awareness – and a s a result his awareness of Americana – came about in high school. For Randy, Americana forever evolves. Americana is the foundation for the unified vision of this country.

While Americana wasn’t as “present”, but more impactful in the past, this may have been due to the lack of variety in thought and – now it can be viewed as more of an individual flavor due to the immense amount of variety and individuality that is promoted by free thinking and information exchange.

Culture and nostalgia go hand in hand – that is why they evolve to suit the generation that can transform the culture – money, power, respect.

The guys discuss how ideas and knowledge are just recycled throughout time. Improvements are a direct representation of what could have been versus what we can achieve or attain now. Randy uses a table to demonstrate the idea that we are all just vintage pieces in a modern era. Turg calls everyone out – look at the past and find out how to make it relevant for the future.

Come at us with some new ideas! We want to see what you come up with. Take on the past and use it to inspire our future. We all know it’s possible so let’s go do it!

For some reason Turg keeps missing the fact that the recording session hasn’t started when it actually has. To that, he says “Fuck everything”.

Intro Music:
Saturday Jam by Clifton “Notes” Ellens, Captain Noah, and Jonathan “Sankeyz” Sanchez

Outro Music:
Saturday Jam by Clifton “Notes” Ellens, Captain Noah, and Jonathan “Sankeyz” Sanchez

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