Freedom Feens Chandler St. Pierre, Michael W. Dean and Garrett Fox talk about the very prescient 1970 book Future Shock, and why some cops want to wreck you day even when you’ve done nothing wrong. Also: The TV Babies vs. The Chromed Robot Babies.
Michael W. Dean and Randy England (a criminal defense attorney and former Missouri prosecutor) yack about what it takes to get on the Golden Floppy Disc of Redemption, and what it takes to stay out of jail while not harming anyone.
Nikki Darling, Michael W. Dean and young yak farmer Nick Hazelton (who is getting high school credit for being on the Feens!) wonder why “small government” people are often not consistent in understanding “there’s no such thing as half-free.”
Also, an extended discussion of the TV show The Wire.
Also, how to better plan your life with The Dean One-Page Plan.
….and hopefully the goons will learn something about how the world really works.
Garrett Fox, Michael W. Dean and self-schooled young yak farmer Nick Hazelton wonder why the government is taking food from children and pointing guns at peaceful Boy Scouts. Then they yack about finding liberty through hard work and self-determination.
Lousander Feen, Dianna Keiler and Michael W. Dean talk about how “the Only Ones”, statheists and other sociopaths are ruining the world. Also: “The Others”, and how government is exactly like heroin, except heroin can actually alleviate chronic pain, whereas government always causes pain. Also: the beauty of human interaction and how getting along is human nature.
Pee Pee Kitty = Going to the bathroom to pee while doing a live show. Comes from the French term for American coffee, “Pee Pee Kitty”, which means “cat pee.” A variation on our phrase “pee pee kitty” is “pod pee”, which is where Neema or Michael pee in a glass or beer bottle while casting so they don’t have to leave the conversation. The Feens also use the phrase “Walther Pee Pee Kitty” for the James Bond/Sterling Archer personal carry sidearm, the seven-shot .380 ACP Walther PPK to make fun of the fact that such “manly men” carry such tiny peashooter mouse guns for protection, and to make fun of tiny guns in general. Though the Feens also know that any gun is better than no gun, and anywhere that ultra-concealment is an issue for one reason or another, the PPK would be a fine carry pistol.
Dianna Keiler and Michael W. Dean invent a new radio-safe cuss, “Oh, Footskin!” with the help of Christian Saucier. They also discuss what to do about family and friends who don’t like that you’re suddenly into liberty and freedom.