The year 2020 has always sounded more like a future dystopic setting than what we will be flipping our calendars in just a few short weeks. There have been many predictions on what the year 2020 would look like with some of those being outright ridiculous and hilarious.
One of the biggest drivers of this episode, will be a primary focal point in the upcoming predictions episode, and will be shoved down your throat pretty much 24/7 next year will be the election. It does not matter if you believe things are the worst that they have ever been, America is once again great, or that it really is all the same ; different puppet, same sting pullers, one that can be agreed on is that this year will see an unprecedented amount of mudslinging , Twitter rants, and WTF moments.
Derek Volk is the author of the internationally acclaimed Amazon bestseller, Chasing the Rabbit: A Dad’s Life Raising a Son on the Spectrum. Derek is a Maine businessman, a supporter of Autism awareness, volunteer and philanthropist who, along with his family, was recently named the 2015 Spurwink “Humanitarian of the Year.
Jesse Ventura is an American media personality, actor, author, retired professional wrestler, and former politician who served as the Mayor of Brooklyn Park from 1993 to 1995 and as the 38th Governor of Minnesota from 1999 to 2003. He was the first and only candidate of the Reform Party to win a major government position, but later joined the Green Party of the United States.
David Perrodin’s most recent book “School of Errors establishes another voice in the discussion of how to promote safe schools. It challenges the unchecked expansion of school fortification and hyper-realistic intruder drills and questions the realized benefit of inter-agency collaboration during a sentinel event.
As Jim and Dave both explained during the entire discussion: DO NOT, under any circumstance, actually storm Area 51 and do not step foot on the Government Base. Instead, what they suggested – which helps out more people in the long run – was to support the Area 51 cottage industry. To go to stores that sell alien Merchandise, support artists, podcasters, writers, movies, and more that is built up around the Area 51 phenomena. That if you have to go, to have fun and support one another but to NOT go onto the government base.
Jim Malliard explained, there’s a lot about Dixie Cryptid that draws in a lot of people to the show too, who enjoy tuning in. Not only does the YouTube channel host stories about Cryptid encounters, with such creatures as Bigfoot, Dogmen Aliens and other such beings who might-or-might-not exist, but the YouTube channel also has stories about these type of creatures too