It's Pretty OK
Solving the paradoxes of our time since 2016


Why don’t more bars serve beer in pitchers?

How do you pick a song for karaoke?

What does the word “home” mean to you?

Those questions range from silly to serious, but if you’ve ever pondered the answers to all three in a single day, you’re not alone.

Pour yourself a cup of coffee, crack a 40, or anything in between, and join the gang here at It’s Pretty OK as we attempt to answer these questions and many more. We promise it won’t be boring.

Ep. 140: You Don't Own This Podcast


Kevin joins the pod this week, and the gang is talking about a person who found that a movie he purchased on iTunes had disappeared from his computer. Turns out he didn’t really buy it, he just “bought” it. Why is “buying” something digitally different from buying something physically? And more importantly, who stands to benefit from that difference?


“Rock the Reaper” - Bat Fangs


You Don't Own the Music, Movies or Ebooks You 'Buy' on Amazon or iTunes (Lifehacker)

Yes, You Can Own the Movies You Buy from Apple, Kinda (Gizmodo)