In episode 16 on The Devil’s in the Details, Dan Parrella and Pedro Lima welcome back to the show stand up comic Ken Miller and Dan talks to Pedro and Ken about Black History in America, which includes Jim Crow and Sambo cartoons, Thomas Rice, the Civil Rights Movement, W. E. B. Du Bois, the all black newspaper called The Crisis, MLK, JFK, and LBJ, segregation, the importance of the 1960s and the four iterations of the Ku Klux Klan.
In episode 15 of The Devil’s in the Details, Dan Parrella and Pedro Lima are joined by first time guest and stand up comedian Ken Miller, and Dan tells Pedro and Ken about the history of Africa, which includes their reliance on oral history, the Kingdom of Aksum, Ethiopia’s continued dominance against Italy and other wanna be European invaders, Liberia, South Africa and apartheid, donations to African-centric charities, Cecil Rhodes and the De Beer corporation, Africans selling other Africans in the slave trade, and history’s wealthiest person Mansa Musa, ruler of Mali. Continue Reading …
In episode 14 of The Devil’s in the Details, Dan Parrella and Pedro Lima welcome to the show professional wrestler Serpentico, and in this episode Serpentico tells Dan and Pedro all about growing up within the wrestling industry and he’s forged his career for years, and Dan talks about how professional wrestling started in 1830s France.
In this episode, Pedro Lima and Dan Parrella are back from the Christmas break and they ease into 2018 with a quick recap of Trump 2017, Korean beef, Amazon customer service, The Disaster Artist, the UCF Knights, and lots and lots of talk about Star Wars: The Last Jedi.