None of us have to look very var for a "skilled veteran." The problem is that we may know them, but fail to recognize their skill. These skilled vets range in age from children to the elderly, war vets to street vets, with a broad array of different skills.
On this musical episode of The Axiom Amnesia Theory, Heit & Cheri explore the idea of recognizing skill whenever we see it displayed, via their commentary and analysis of "Shades of Anger" by Rafeef Ziadah and "Hustla High" by Max Minelli.
Other topics discussed include the latest on the NYPD "shoe cop," people basing whether they care about someone on their race or religion, Palestine's UN upgrade, children and technology, job skills obtained via unconventional means, and more!
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