May 31, 2015
Episode 84 of The Maskell Sessions starts off with a discussion about journalistic integrity, a Quebec reporter falsifying stories, an Uber driver committing sexual assault near Toronto and the dangers of meeting people you communicate with online in person. Other topics include holding others accountable, Bill Cosby addressing rape allegations, an NFL coach accused of racism, learning tolerance, Toronto Police wearing body cameras, the founder of Silk Road sentenced to life in prison, crop tops, enforcing dress codes, a Muslim boys soccer team refusing to play against girls in Canada, a world record set by a Chinese beekeeper, Mad Max: Fury Road, comic book films, Supergirl and selling Instagram photos without consent. Please subscribe to the Maskell Podcasting Network on iTunes, rate and review the network, like The Maskell Sessions on Facebook, and follow me on Twitter at @Maskell91. Check out MASKELL.TV for all the podcasts and to see how you can help support my network.