Randy England, Ben Stone,Caity Greene and Dan Greene use the Scottish-to-Ozark dictionary feature of FeenPhone so that Randy and the Greenes can communicate, and then we tackled such pressing questions as; Can any dirty socialist call himself “libertarian”? Why can’t we out these posers? Would unions exist in a stateless society?
Randy explained “Right to Work” laws, and covered the good, the bad, and the ugly of government interference in employee/employer relations.Near the end of the show Caity, Dan, Randy, and Ben, form the first libertarian anarchist brotherhood of radio talk show co-host workers union. But don’t tell Michael Dean. It’s a secret.
Topic One: Black Swans. Ben and Bill define and explain the black swan phenomenon, and give solid, non-foil-hat historical examples. They explained a false flag, and how that differs from a black swan.
Lousander Feen and James Babb centrally plan your trip to New Hamster next week. Trade your guns for weed and trade your weed for guns, strap on your oxygen cannula, grab a ride with Uber, and follow the chem trails to the LibPar-in-the-White-Mountains that is PorcFest!
^ Michael W. Dean stays home listening in the wings and marveling at the majesty that is the Feens, even when Michael isn’t on it due to health issues. Come here Watson! What hath MWD wrought! I built that! With a lot of help from my Feens!
While the rest of you are out there bitching about the State, Dan Greene, Caity Greene and Michael W. Dean do the show that would exist if the government were already out of the way. It’s Really Good Free-Form AnCap LibPar Radio! Woot!
Michael’s lungs hurt, a lot, so he relies on his differently-abled service animal helper bot, Sangeeta, to get through the show.
Michael W. Dean, the talk show host who can no longer talk enough to do a talk show, straps on his service animal voice Sangeeta and yaks with newly-armed Derrick J, and MK Lords and Brett Veinotte (on loan from the School Sucks collection) about political correctness gone mad in an otherwise wonderful and wooly wacky world.
Derrick also tells us why we should eliminate the word “should.”