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Rob Ninowski of TZM Michigan, a student of Sociology.

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On this show we will be talking with Rob Ninowski, a student of Sociology. Rob will be doing a presentation involving his studies in anthropology and sociology at the Z-DAY event here in Michigan. We had a great conversation that is relevant to TZM as well as the upcoming "TROLL" documentary that I am working on with Aaron Moritz. On today's episode we are going to talk about the various elements of sociology that people don't consider in day to day life despite the fact that they have a great deal of impact on their lives. The truths of social interaction that we are concious of but work hard to keep ourselves from thinking about. Why is it OK for "popular" people to bully "unpopular" people? Yet such behavior is rebuked when the roles are reversed? Why is it OK for certain people to behave aggressively and for some people not to? Why does insulting or making fun of an opponent in debate help them "win" even if their facts are dead wrong? Rob's studies have revealed some of the underlying causes of these phenomena that have held mankind back for centuries. And we will talk about them today on V-RADIO. V-RADIO is now looking for donations for the month of March, and thank you to everyone who donated previously!