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Stuff the Capitalist (aka KD) Likes: Ryen Russillo

Who am I?  Who cares?  Good questions.  It's my site, so I'm going dig in once in a awhile by telling you more about who I am - via a "Stuff I Like" series.  Nothing too serious, just exploring the micro-niche that resides at the base of all of our lives.  Potshots encouraged in the comments.

We live in a "hot take" society.  Fox News. MSNBC. ESPN.  It's not enough to report these days, you have to have a "hot take" - a polarizing, all or nothing opinion about someone that will cut through the noise and cause people to pay attention.

Balanced view? Get out - you don't get ratings.  Some of you would say that I'm as guilty of a hot take as anyone with this blog.  You're right - I'm a product of my environment...

That's why I'm a fan of Ryen Russillo, a radio show host on ESPN.  In a world (said in my best movie trailer voice) where you have to be like Skip Bayless or Stephen A. Smith to be noticed, Russillo is a voice of reason and a bit of an everyman. Check out the two clips below.  One of the most normal guys you'll ever hear, a great writer and a guy that feels like someone you'd love to be friends with (click through below to see videos and some great writing as well). 

Russillo Rant on Steph Curry hate

Russillo on losing his hair and fighting baldness


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