Welcome back to another episode of Decoding 40. Vin learns that having one more drink before you leave Thanksgiving dinner is a recipe for waking up in your drawers the next day. After a spotless no road rage record, L finds himself in a verbal altercation with an MTA bus driver. Rick is down in South Beach setting up for The Fearless Artist gallery at Art Basel. Mack has a call from hell with a software salesperson and his daughter has a special milestone this week.
Next, we discuss the Kyle Rittenhouse trial and the murder trial of Ahmaud Arbery. These two cases happening simultaneously gripped the nation and the verdicts helped to further polarize this nation. While justice was definitely served in the murder trial in Brunswick Georgia, the Rittenhouse case may have emboldened white supremacy and vigilantism in America.
After that, it’s movie review time. This week we reviewed the Netflix feature, The Harder They Fall. WARNING: Vin aka the Spoiler drops a helluva lot of plot in this episode, so if you haven’t seen the movie you should skip this segment until you have watched it.
Lastly, we pay our respects to Virgil Abloh. He was a true visionary with his unapologetic stance of bringing marginalized points of view in design to the forefront. He, unfortunately, lost his battle with cancer earlier this week and he will be truly missed the world over. Rest in Power Virgil.
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