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Today I talk to Zaid Jilani, who runs the Extremely Offline podcast, among other things.
We talk about his current project, trying to bring people with different views together, as well as where his own views came from. Zaid also dished a little dirt on Ezra Klein and Matt Yglesias, and talked about growing up in the “Dirty South” (OK, he didn’t say it was the “Dirty South”, but it was the sort of rural South). Finally, we talked a fair amount about Democratic party politics and primaries, a topic which Zaid has a lot of knowledge of.
3 thoughts on “Browncast Episode 29: Zaid Jilani on the discourse, the primaries, and culture”
“Zaid also dished a little dirt on Ezra Klein and Matt Yglesias, and talked about growing up in the “Dirty South” (OK, he didn’t say it was the “Dirty South”, but it was the sort of rural South).”
In India we say the opposite 😛
“UP is the Texas of India | Standup Comedy by Agrima Joshua”
Very funny that South Bombay types have to go all the way to Texas to find a metaphor for UP.
I must say I quite enjoyed this podcast, especially all the inside baseball about the world of political writers/wonks like Matt Yglesias, Ezra Klein etc. A salary of over $500k for Ezra Klein for what he writes for Vox? My goodness. There are plenty of journalists writing better and more for $50k, and many for no money at all.
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