After many months of discussion, the Dukes of Paradox finally take the helm for the first time.
Throughout this debut, the Dukes discuss and ponder, among other things, Greek types of wisdom and intelligence, what constitutes reputable sources of information, and precious bodily fluids. Does it make sense to hate someone you’ve never met? What can we learn from the insight of Will Rogers’ immortal words, “I’ve never met a man I didn’t like”? From where do contemptible character traits originate? Is hatred a flaw to be shunned or a useful but misunderstood tool to learn how to use more skillfully? Even stopped clocks are right twice a day. All of this and more herein.