Are Californians really destroying Portland, or is there more to their crushing gentrification problems than that? Is France the most racist place in Europe or are they just a bunch of jerks? California is stupid. On this episode, host Adam Tod Brown welcomes Cracked writer Amanda Mannen, Cracked editor Alex Schmidt and Zach Carothers from the band Portugal. The Man to discuss all of this and more!
Dustin thinks it's for publicity.
Assante doesn't get why she would bring up a black man.
Fran thinks the bigger conversation is celebrity worship.
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