(And Michael W. Dean agrees with the damn cat from afar.)
Derrick J. and Dan Green create a unified theory of police interactions: Stay calm, be polite, and humanize. That will solve all the problems with the police state. If it isn’t working yet, you just aren’t trying hard enough. They also talk about how to break up a fight, then conclude by playing a round of Libertarians Against Humanity (with new cards from Volume 3)!
OF (original Feen) Neema Vedadi has been hiding in a cave (see below), but every six months or so, he comes out to do a Feens show and see if we see his shadow. If he does, we have 15 more years of tyranny.
entitlement libertarians, Rand Paul, Hillary Clinton, no one is my president, Guns and Weed the Road to Freedom, Bitcoin, meeting rock stars, libertarians who work hard like Angela Keaton Will Grigg and Scott Horton.
No live show tonight (we’ll be back tomorrow, and we’re replaying Saturday’s Davi / Ben / Dianna show on the radio tonight), so here’s a classic Feens from 2011, LET THEM EAT NEUTERED GUNS
Michael W. Dean and Neema Vedadi talk about the USA’s killing of Osama, the UK’s love of neutered guns, why you should never talk to the police, how more statism makes any population more violent and thuggish, soccer hooliganism, how the government makes women cry, how government central planning gets people killed, Australia’s gun restrictions, problems with mandatory ballistic fingerprinting, how the FDA protects corporate milk producers by going after small Amish family farms, the half-measures of beltway libertarians, how ALL governments are immoral, Bahrain’s tyranny on doctors, pacifism and the TV show MASH, why Michael is afraid of his own music, the joy of the Mosin Nagant, the hypocrisy of calling a tax prep company “Liberty”, more on how governments are like abusive spouses, how citizens have Stockholm Syndrome, how the DARE Program turns kids into junior Soviet-style spies, why Michael doesn’t use hookers, art as propaganda, and how “Voting for less gov is like f**king for better celibacy.” Then we hear a Right Arm of Wyoming song called “GOVERNMENT IS A COLLECTIVE HALLUCINATION.”
MK Lords and Derrick J (pictured above) discuss Internet shaming, social grace, heckling Hillary Clinton, smoking pot at the NH State House on 4/20, sapiosexuals, and experiments in social shame. Learn! Be entertained! Find God on the radio! Feel the healing power of the Feens! Put your hands on the radio and be healed!
Also discussed is the enigma of macho gay woman-hating white nationalist anti-PC he-man men’s rights poster boy Jack Donovan.
They talk about AnCaps, AnComs, and why AnComs are silly. And why smart people can sound so stupid, and why people with horrible grammar should not be offended when you reject them outright. And why communism makes sense to children and anyone with the mind of a child. And how assigning property rights solves the tragedy of the commons.
MK Lords and Davi Barker (and a little bit of Michael W. Dean) squirt wormy goodness under your lid. Michael bitches about his bad life choices regarding nicotine, and hopes to serve as a cautionary example to the yoots.
The collective has decided that the episode should be called Trigger Worms. Anything else would be sexist.
Hosts yacked over FeenPhone. No Comrexes were used in the milking of this radio.