September 22nd, 2023 | 58 mins 21 secs
ancient civilizations, ancient wisdom, corruption, cultural influence, empire's impact, gender differences, gender roles, historical fascination, history, male psychology, men's perspective, multiculturalism, philosophy, republics, roman empire, roman history, roman musings., rome's legacy, societal reflections, thought patterns
In this episode of The Saulty show, we discuss a captivating TikTok trend that had women asking the men in their lives a seemingly unusual question: "How often do you think of the Roman Empire?" As we react to the trend, we embark on an exploration of why so many men find themselves pondering the grandeur and lessons of the Roman Empire. Drawing parallels between the ancient empire's downfall and modern societal challenges in the US, such as corruption and multiculturalism, Along the way, we examine the differences in thinking patterns between men and women.
But as we uncover this interesting difference, we leave you with a question to ponder: How often do you find yourself contemplating the rise and fall of Rome?
Join us on this fascinating journey as we unravel the enigma of the Roman Empire's enduring hold on men's imagination.
March 27th, 2020 | 1 hr 24 mins
2 trillion, airport, america, charlatans, charlotte, chloroquine, churches, cnn, coronavirus, coughs, covid19, dan crenshaw, death rate, democrats, doug ducey, dystopian, easter sunday, fake crisis, fake reporters, haaretz, history, hysteria, illegals, israeli scientist, malaria, nashville, nevada, npr, optimistic, peddlers, pittsburgh, police state, quarantine, ralph northam, restrictions, ridiculous media, sleepy joe, trump, tyrants, water into wine, woke
On this episode of The Saulty Show, the crew talks about road rage, empty airports and a dystopian future that awaits us if the quarantine doesn't end soon.