Category: Ed Button

“This Is a Test. The World Is Watching.” Ed Button Examines Ferguson One Week Later

by Ed Button In last week’s article concerning Ferguson, I said it would be a long week. I severely underestimated things. So what have we learned in the week since the initial shooting? Not much more than we knew originally. We know that Michael Brown was shot and killed by the now-identified Darren Wilson and he was roughly 35 feet… Read more →

The Fire This Time: Ed Button Tries To Make Sense Out Of Ferguson

by Ed Button It’s been a long weekend, and it’s shaping up to be a long week. In case you’ve been living under a rock, 18-year-old Michael Brown was shot and killed by a police officer in the Ferguson area of St. Louis County Saturday afternoon, kindling a fire of national outrage concerning the death of yet another unarmed person… Read more →

Rape Against Humanity: Is Max Temkin More “Horrible” Than the Game?

by Ed Button An Oedipus complex: Kid tested, mother approved. The last thing Michael Jackson thought about before he died was jerking off into a pool of children’s tears. These are some of the hundreds of thousands of combinations of words, phrases and generally awful sentiments you can come up with in the card game “Cards Against Humanity”, whose stellar… Read more →

Just Another Day In Paradise: Internet Abuse is a Black Eye For All

by Ed Button Sadly, no one has ever accused gamers of being mature humans who take the feelings of others into consideration. The gaming community on Twitter was out for blood on Tuesday after columnist and scholar Samantha Allen came under attack when she criticized gaming news/review/podcast site Giant Bomb for hiring “Game Informer” magazine alumni Dan Ryckert as the… Read more →


Meet Our Latest Contributor, Ed Button

A longtime friend of the Never Daunted Radio Network, Ed Button joins us to occasionally contribute articles and essays both for the site and for the show. Ed is an award winning broadcaster and News Director of afamily-owned five station radio network based out of West Plains, MO. After flirting with the idea of contributing, he finally decided to sack up… Read more →

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