IORadio #28: A Conversation With The Common Sense Skeptic

One of the most detailed and prolific sources of data on the shenanigans of people like Elon Musk, Andrew Tate, Kevin O’Leary and others can be found on a YouTube channel called, “The Common Sense Skeptic.” In the short time he’s been producing videos, he’s managed to publish a wide array of very detailed, very damning details of some of these controversial characters’ pasts and present. We talk about what he’s discovered and what’s happening now with some of these people.

You can catch The Common Sense Skeptic’s work here:

Twitter Spaces Showdown Between IOR and CCC Fans Doesn’t Turn Out As They Expected

Our last episode and the story that Sal exposed regarding the questionable “objectivity” of those behind the crypto media company “Protos” caused quite a bit of stir among a certain “Crypto Critic” community, to the point where Bennett Tomlin and Cas Piancey blocked everybody associated with the criticisms and began spiraling downwards into some kind of odd meltdown.

Along the way, we were accused of trying to ‘attack’ and ‘cancel’ the Crypto Critics.

This seemed quite odd because all we basically did was ask a few basic questions.

It seems the “Crypto Critics” are very good at casting aspirsions and critiques at others, but not at all comfortable having the light shown on themselves.

This culminated in a two hour impromptu Twitter Spaces showdown between Adam and one of their people, a guy by the name of Cameron Crews.

Watch the train wreck in all its glory here:

Additional images and screen caps relating to the story can be found here:

IORADIO #12 – Social Media Meltdown – Grab Your Popcorn!


Adam and I have a casual conversation about what’s been happening in the world of social media. A lot has been going on and major social media sites are unraveling before our eyes.

From Elon Musk’s rabid attempt to progressively make Twitter more “functional”, to Reddit sacrificing the golden goose of loyal moderators and content creating users upon the alter of corporate profits, no platform seems safe from the greedy embrace of silicon valley’s techno parasites.

What’s going on? And where are for profit platform refugees going? In IO Radio #12 we talk social media meltdown, part of an ongoing discussion about the evolution, and devolution, of social media in the 21st century.