William Turton wants to get Luckey

Episode 94 of ‘Tomorrow with Joshua Topolsky’


William Turton wants to get Luckey

Episode 94 of ‘Tomorrow with Joshua Topolsky’

William Turton wants to get Luckey

Episode 94 of ‘Tomorrow with Joshua Topolsky’

The year is 2117. We're all living in a new reality, a virtual reality, after our leader, Edgelord Palmer Luckey (and his sentient wall), destroyed planet Earth for not being Caucasian or male enough.

Thankfully, episode 94 of Tomorrow has survived the century. In it, Josh and William Turton, a staff writer at The Outline, discuss Luckey's wall, the Russian hacks that probably gave us President Trump to begin with, and Vanderpump Rules.

Could this apocalypse have been avoided if we'd all studied Veronica Mars? Listen in and find out.

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