Villains in fiction tend to fit a certain template: erudite, aristocratic, queer-coded, monologuing and vaguely British. There’s nothing wrong with that, but it gets a little old after a while. So for this episode, we’re going to take a look at some real-life villains, from globe-striding corporate monsters to small-time petty jerks, and see how fiction measures up. Joining us is Kelton of Psychic Dolphin Garage and Garbage In Garbage Out.
- Inside Jeffrey Epstein’s Curious Sociopathy
- TrueAnon’s interview with Maria Farmer
- The Most Disturbing Details From the NXIVM Case
- Wyatt Koch Is Bold
- The Rise and Fall of Elizabeth Holmes
X Æ A-12 is trending and yknow, as I'm thinking about it, it again occurs to me that Black people get dragged for names like Latonya or w/e and then rich white people go around naming their kids something like fibonacci pound sign
— Barred and Boujee (@AudreLawdAMercy) May 6, 2020
- “I was a starter wife”
- Juicero is still the greatest example of Silicon Valley stupidity
- What to know about the “raw water” trend
- Controversial “Feminist” Hugo Schwyzer Has a Very Public Twitter Meltdown
- How Men’s Rights Leader Paul Elam Turned Being a Deadbeat Dad into a Money Making Movement
About Rite Gud: R.S. Benedict is an author, appearing in Fantasy and Science Fiction and Gardner Dozois’ The Very Best of the Best: 35 Years of The Year’s Best Science Fiction. Matt Keeley, founder of Kittysneezes, is producing Rite Gud for KS Media, LLC. Rite Gud is a Kittysneezes production. If you have questions, comments and concerns, email ritegud – at – kittysneezes – dot – com. Rite Gud is also on Patreon, at patreon.com/ritegud. Patrons receive access to the official Kittysneezes Discord, exclusive episodes, critiques and more.