Impressionable Libertarian Kids in Their College Dorms Love The Freedom Feens (LRN radio archive)



Neema Vedadi can’t get work-release privileges from the Fema Camp again, so Ben Stone from the Bad Quaker podcast fills in as Michael Dean’s co-host for the day. They talk about pretty much everything BUT the government! Topics include libertarianism and marriage, the hero’s journey, sociopaths and government and movies and TV, travelin” through Dixie, liberty and charity, what we don’t like about Ayn Rand, The Natural Children’s Song, Right Arm of Wyoming, silver, “Warriors, come out and plaaaaay!” the squirrel report, the squirrel sex report, DIY movie making tips, Bowfinger, how to be a writer, how to get on RADIOOOOO!, and reaching the world from your bedroom.

Cool ‘bama Feens BitCoin meme by Richard.


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11 Responses to Impressionable Libertarian Kids in Their College Dorms Love The Freedom Feens (LRN radio archive)

  1. David MN says:

    Ben’s comment about the cult-like trap freedom lovers fall into was the most spot on point I have heard about us. I could not agree more. I am so fed up with so honest intentioned liberty people circling the wagons and holding firm to an us vs. them mentality. I loved Rand’s books but she missed this pitfall and it has staggered liberty somewhat.

    Please don’t give the adversaries the ammunition to pigeon hole us! Liberty doesn’t reside in New Hampshire, Wyoming, Ron Paul, a wallet, a block of gold, or a website even if these movements help spread the message. Liberty is in your mind and only there can a person learn to be free. That’s all it takes to be a feen.

    Cheers, feens.

    • MichaelWDean says:

      Worms. Well said.

      I’m feeling pretty free right now looking out the window at the snow in Wyoming with a cat on my lap. Though there is a block of silver on my desk. Its radiant powers of liberty are a force field protecting me from tyranny. (not!). But yeah, cats man. Plus it’s all in your mind. I’d be free in a Fema camp, and doing the show live on a soapbox.


  2. Gretchen says:

    TV programming nowadays makes me want to stab my eyes out. I’m so sick of cop/crime shows and shows about ‘hillbillies’ in the south or people ‘livin’ off the land’ in ‘Merica!
    Gawd…. it just makes me wanna barf……
    P.S. Keep doin what your doin!

  3. AnarchyBurger says:

    The central scrutinizers have locked Neema away until he adds a beat track to the fingerbang song and releases it on youtube. 😉

    And in other news, the Obama administration is planning to release a new birth control PSA for the youth of america. 😀

  4. Matt says:

    A former ‘cito rat, i kno RKL is not from SF, but from ultra trendy Montecito CA.

    • MichaelWDean says:

      Good point, will correct on next cast. But they were in SF so much, it seemed like they were an SF band. They lived in San Fran too:
      And they presented themselves as an SF band when booking shows, because no one’s heard of Montecito outside of SoCal.

      Bomer (RKL’s drummer, and later singer) and I were friends, I used to see him at NA meetings before he died. We’d talk a lot, and I tried to help him. He was a fan of my band Bomb.

      I cried hard when Bomer died. He died of Hepatitis A, B and C.

      Here’s an interview with him, looks to be not too long before he died. He was a strappin’ dude back in the day. At least he died at home, not on the street.

      He was a talented mo fo, could play any instrument.

  5. SP says:

    You don’t need to be ordained, you already are a POPE!

  6. Mark says:

    Hey Michael…

    Does the Feens Diet give you enough fibre? You look like you’re about to shit a Comrex Bric-Linc! That just wouldn’t do in the presence of the Dear Leader.

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