AL launches the return of (and final episodes of) 300 @ 30, his weight loss series, and takes on weight loss gimmicks (does shaving your head count as weight loss?) that include two new fads: literal starvation diets and apocalyptic eating.
With a recession started and an-already struggling retail sector getting hit the hardest Alabama Liberal gives his best guess as to what the future of retail looks like: celebrity stores one day turning into full celebrity malls and “experience driven” retail.
SUBSCRIBE If Universal Basic Income is the end of work (and possibly money)…wouldn’t that be a good thing? Alabama Liberal pokes holes in the myth of “the Dignity of Work.”
Alabama Liberal investigates something that seems a little too good to be true: Universal Basic Income (or a Freedom Dividend), and remembers that anytime the math seems suspiciously abstract on something (from Trickle Down Economics to Moviepass), it usually is.
Alabama Liberal explains why he’s skeptical on Tom Steyer and especially Michael Bloomberg, who seems to think the human train wreck that is Donald Trump and a 2% wealth tax are equally awful.
In this thorough takedown, Alabama Liberal talks about the void for modern men’s role models and what’s driving millennial male anxiety, and how Jordan Peterson dusted off some very dated ideas to fill it. In this wide ranging video, AL explains how the anti-hero media culture and prosperity preaching gave rise to Trump; why (most)… Read More »
AL talks about why you should keep a journal to track your “Quiet Calories,” exercise, TV watching/eating habits, and also your moods to see how it’s all connected to food.
Alabama Liberal wants you to ask him a question about literally anything…
I explain the ONLY method to lose weight that’s ever worked: how to get you to HATE eating foods that are bad for you using some unique aversion therapy.
In a seemingly controversial video, AL hopes people will hear him out in taking the macroeconomic view that The Pay Gap feeds into income inequality and less money in the overall economy. [Line: “If men were the only ones with money, the only companies that’d be in business would be Chili’s and Reebok stores.”] Plus,… Read More »