Episode 4: “No-one has Literally Died in the Production of Years of Rice and Salt”

The Years of Rice and Salt (Kim Stanley Robinson) and the art of Professional Wrestling.

22 April 2019 · 40:00


Cancelling the Apocalypse
Episode 4: "No-one has Literally Died in the Production of Years of Rice and Salt"
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Dom finally gets an opportunity to deploy her genuinely fearsome knowledge of professional wrestling and we consider the utopianism of a hypothetical lack of Europe.

Media

The Years of Rice and Salt (Kim Stanley Robinson, 2002)

Why Professional Wrestling is Fascinating (YouTube)

The New Day vs. The Usos (YouTube)

Kofi Kingston wins the WWE Championship (YouTube)


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