The Feens’ Five-Year Plan

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Michael W. Dean and Neema Vedadi talk about Kurt Cobain, Richard Stallman, Darby Crash, GNU/Linux, the free market of language (and of everything), DICK AND THE DEBBIES, Mother and the Fuckers, Adam Kokesh, Ladies in Keene, liberals mistaking forced charity for actual charity, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Eric S. Raymond, the documentary Last Days Here, what would happen if Darby Crash were still alive and living with his parents, why Kurt Cobain killed himself, and the Gnu/Linux documentary The Code.

The Feens now have a third show, called “The Freedom Feens Agenda.” It will be on Adam Curry’s No Agenda Global Radio this Thursday. It will be every Thursday, a two-hour call-in show at 3-5 eastern.

Pieces-of-anarchist-flair dog photo and photoshop by Nikki Darling.

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21 Responses to The Feens’ Five-Year Plan

  1. bunkerdweller says:

    Soaked in Bleach Official Trailer 1 (2014) – Kurt Cobain Biopic HD
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ZemFEssQdo

  2. Hesperus says:

    Milk in the paleo diet, among the collection of weird and sometimes useful info rattling around in my skull I know that the stellers sea cow, a relative of the manatee was hunted to extinction. Partly because of it’s delicious milk, harvested after death.

    On the subject of ancient man getting milk I know a fascinating story. Recently told it to a friend of mine. Many decades ago archeologists discovered evidence of a native American die off caused by tuberculosis which preceded the arrival of Columbus. At the time the theory of Viking contact, which would explain the presence of tuberculosis was highly controversial. The dogmatic archeologists expounded that the cause of the die off was that the tuberculosis had jumped to humans from buffalo which the natives had milked.

    Evidently none of these scientists had ever been around bison, they are not a very reasonable proposition for farming, much less milking.

  3. Nikki Darling says:

    I think I’m going to tinker with with putting Linux on my MAC so I can bootcamp dual boot it…after a lot of research first though…

  4. Michigan Escapee says:

    Stallman is mobbed by fanboys, interviewers, and historical revisionists. Not surprising
    that he’s putting up a bit of a fight, not quite Harlan Ellison bad, but he’ll get there. πŸ˜€

    However, he’s certainly not the whole story in the industry. The OpenBSD/FreeBSD crowd
    produces a *NIX like OS which runs most of the internet. These OS variants run all sorts
    of old server hardware, mainframes, minis, workstations, etc.

    You could probably get Theo de Raadt, who did OpenBSD, he’s no doubt butted heads
    with the more rabid Leo Trotsky fanboys in the FSF group, and might have some
    interesting stories. Plus it’s not like he gets hammered for interviews 20 times a week. πŸ˜‰

    He did a funny piece in Forbes year ago that probably wound some people up.
    http://www.forbes.com/2005/06/16/linux-bsd-unix-cz_dl_0616theo.html

    And his lifestyle looks a bit too healthy for a nerdboy. http://zeus.theos.com/deraadt/

    Just don’t ask him why they never made a BDSM *NIX for those who want to enslave
    their servers. The geeks hate that joke. πŸ˜€

    • MichaelWDean says:

      Yeah, that guy sounds interesting, but I’m trying to find out what his politics are. Some of the regular listeners (here, and especially on Gumbo) are getting tired of the geek interviews. And on Gumbo, I’m only going to interview people who are minicharst or less (minarchist or anarchist.) It IS called the ANARCHY Gumbo podcast, after all.

      There’s more on Stallman, including his follow-up e-mail to me, on our latest episode, here:
      http://www.freedomfeens.com/2012/09/27/the-freedom-feens-agenda-show-1/

      MWD

  5. Garrett says:

    MDub…Since you’ve finally jumped into the GNU/Linux world I would like to suggest this book [http://www.amazon.com/Beginning-was-Command-Line-Neal-Stephenson/dp/0380815931] In the Beginning…Was the command line. I really think you’ll dig it. And you can get through it in one or two sittings.

  6. Stephen in KS says:

    Love that you guys will be on three times a week now. I also noticed that you changed the ‘About Freedom Feens podcast’ blurb on the main page, but you may want to add a comma after the word sex. If you meant it the way it is, fine. I don’t care what you fellas are doing with your sex pets behind closed doors as long as no one is being agressed against.

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