Meet The Regulars
Dusten is Positive Dissent’s aspiring science geek. He’s a former soon-to-be medical school student turned soon-to-be organic chemist turned floundering founder of Positive Dissent and science hobbyist. When he’s not working on something PD related, he’s fighting gods of all kinds in a battle arena, working actual jobs, or squeezing in time for his overgrown Shih Tzu and his amazing significant other.
Mat is Positive Dissent’s resident comicologist. He’s a former soon-to-be minister turned literary comedian who changed from studying one kind of superhero to studying all of them. His hair rivals Ron Weasley’s just as his jealousy of Harry Potter does. When he isn’t putting in the many hours he dedicates to PD, he hangs out with his amazing significant other where the duo shares a place with a pack of furry friends as he reminisces of his former years when he was raised by a pack of family dogs
Andrea is Positive Dissent’s resident source of estrogen, well the source that isn’t from our Obama water that’s being used to feminize our culture. She is also the Executive Doodler for the show and the voice of our announcements. She is currently taking the scenic route through college and might eventually emerge with a degree in chemistry. Until then she is getting distracted by shinies, playing with miniatures while rolling dice, and cracking the whip at Dusten to finish editing.
This is Tyler. He likes guns, Corgis, and Excel. He’s our firearms consultant and does Quibbles from time to time.
We’re working to build a resource for general approaches to reliably navigating through information. Through podcasting and writing, we hope to spread the idea that it’s okay to examine the validity of claims that people make without having to resort to hostility. While we reference flinging poo somewhat frequently, we don’t actually condone the physical or verbal act of flinging poo. As always, Please Think Responsibly.
Opinions expressed on the show are our own. Some may be laced with sarcasm and aren’t even ours if they are taken literally. Context matters. Ideas expressed on the show are not indicative of the opinions of our friends, family, employers, or significant others where applicable.