Davi Barker, Michael W. Dean and MK Lords talk about how to do publicity and holidays right, and how to do them wrong. Other topics include: The HellBanHammer of the Gods, The people who take the pee out of the Internet pool, the detrimental effects of petty reporting on Facebook, and how it takes a village to show that the emperor has no clothes, and showing that the emperor has no clothes makes for strange bedfellows.
Michael W. Dean, Chandler St. Pierre, and Nick Hazelton talk about the pros and cons of everyone getting in your face with their own special brand of philosophy.
Topics include: magic words you can say in court to get off scott free (HA!), the free market of ideas and software, yak farming for fun and profit, false profit Stefan Molyneux saying “teaching kids religion is child abuse”, getting along with your fellow man, and much much more.
Michael W. Dean, Lousander Feen and new third wheel Gretchen Clark balance on an audio high wire, fall, and hit the stage running to discuss “What would animal care and control look like in a libertarian paradise?”.
Other topics include: sociopaths, Expectations are appointments with resentments, pet licensure, The Streisand effect, The Molyneux Effect, Namecoin, “The Tiny Group of People”, using the force of the State, “is it real or the Onion?”, and the TechDirt article about Stefan Molyneux Getting Sued For Abusing The DMCA.
Michael W. Dean, Ben Stone the Bad Quaker and Katy Kaos discuss the important civil rights that would be solidified by TruShibes winning her precedent-setting case against alleged philosopher Stefan Molyneux. Molyneux talk starts at 19 minutes 40 seconds in and goes to the end.
Read about the lawsuit on FDRliberated here.
Learn about TruShibes and donate to her legal fund here.
You can read the complaint in full here.
AUDIO NOTE: Katy was NOT using the mic we recommend, she was using the crappy built-in mic on her laptop. But she’s getting the mic we recommend.
Derrick J from Free Talk Live, gives an on-the-ground view of what happened with the riots near (not AT) Keene, New Hampshire’s idyllic and peaceful annual Pumpkin Fest yesterday. Derrick was basically home baking brownies, which really seems like the smart choice.
He and Lousander Feen discuss this and more.
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