“USER’S MANUAL FOR THE HUMAN EXPERIENCE” Chapter 3 – The Only Two Rules In Life


A between-episodes treat from the Freedom Feens Podcast. Chapter 3 – The Only Two Rules In Life, A USER’S MANUAL FOR THE HUMAN EXPERIENCE, Audio book read by the author, Michael W. Dean.

This is where it gets REALLY interesting! We learn why most laws are silly, and how most people have a codependence problem with government (as well as with toxic people). We learn that everything in life, in living right, really boils down to only TWO RULES, and that’s all you need to live by. We cheerfully explore these rules at length: their history, their implementation and application. (We also learn a little about computer privacy, because that’s the way Michael teaches. It’s his view, it’s ALL connected.)

Michael Dean’s groundbreaking 2009 libertarian self-help book, A USER’S MANUAL FOR THE HUMAN EXPERIENCE (GET THE PAPERBACK OF THE BOOK on Amazon, HERE.)

Turn your cash into liberty!

0 thoughts on ““USER’S MANUAL FOR THE HUMAN EXPERIENCE” Chapter 3 – The Only Two Rules In Life”

  1. These installments are fantastic! I’ve been away from Feenland for a week or two and holy poop! You guys have been busy. I’ve got a lot of catching up to do. I love the Youtube project and I’d love to help. The House of Madness’s channel would be proud to host your content! As soon as I’ve studied your instructions and such, I’ll jump on board. Sounds like a bit of fun! Cheers!


  2. Sorry, I mean look forward obviously. That makes it sound like I can actually travel forward in time, doh!

  3. The opening and closing tracks are my old band, BOMB, “power of suggestion” and “lucy in the sky with desi.” Both will be the final tracks in this audio book, the whole songs will be released on this RSS feed eventually.

  4. Thanks man! We’ll be putting out a new one of these every Sunday from now through May, in addition to our usual Feens episodes on Wed or Thursday.


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