I’m smarter than you – Freedom Feens radio

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Randy England, Nick Hazelton, Lousander Feen and Michael W. Dean. What more do you need to know?

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15 Responses to I’m smarter than you – Freedom Feens radio

  1. Ethan says:

    I don’t believe Cantwell is capable of being anything other than an asshole. I had to take a look at his site with his new “title,” and it’s more of the same. Changing the word doesn’t change the personality.

    I am curious though how relevant you think his recent history revelations are. Stealing thousands of dollars from bank accounts, framing his landlord to get out of a debt, stealing from drug dealers, etc.

    Maybe childish asshole is the best he could ever do.

    • MichaelWDean says:

      I dunno man, sounds like he was a bad guy and never made amends.

      After I got clean, I made amends to those I wronged when I was a junkie.

      Worms.

      • Ethan says:

        You seem like a cool guy to me, that’s all I need. It doesn’t take much to show you’re not a terrible person, but Cantwell loves being hated too much.

        I only think he’ll address things if it benefits him. When Ian wrote a blog on his drunk driving through PorcFest fairgrounds he apologized in the comments… =/

        If it’s an old friend who isn’t a part of the liberty community who doesn’t have a site making the complaints… nah… he’ll never address it.

  2. Michael Barker says:

    I really enjoy the Freedomfeens. I have been listening for awhile now.

    One bit of criticism that happens on some pod casts including this one is I can hear advertisements in the background while the hosts are talking. It lasts for the length of the add and stops. It maybe my head phones are super sensitive and picks it up.

    A series show I recommend that nobody talks about is “fortitude”. It’s a tale of a town in Iceland where statism has run amuck. It’s a twisted tale speckled with horror. I learned that if one comes across a polar bear feasting on a human, shoot the human not the bear. Apparently polar bears don’t bother killing their prey first. They just eat them alive.

    • MichaelWDean says:

      “One bit of criticism that happens on some pod casts including this one is I can hear advertisements in the background while the hosts are talking. It lasts for the length of the add and stops. It maybe my head phones are super sensitive and picks it up. ”

      That’s not all the time, it’s kind of a “behind the scenes” extras. It’s when I record the breaks between the ads, which I don’t always do. A lot of our listeners like it. During the show I have to keep the network feed playing at some volume where I can hear it, or we’ll miss coming back from the commercials live.

      You have to remember, we’re a live daily radio show on actual radio first and foremost, not a podcast. The podcast is just an archive of the radio show.

      Glad you dig it. Tell two friends!

      MWD

  3. Nathan says:

    I found a hilarious blog about all the ethical violations that happens in Better Call Saul. It’s silly because it uses New York lawyer ethics rules to criticize a lawyer in New Mexico, but it’s still a fun read:

    http://ethicsofbettercallsaul.tumblr.com/post/114154553491/episode-7-bingo

    NY Code of Professional Conduct:

    https://www.nysba.org/WorkArea/DownloadAsset.aspx?id=50671

  4. That actually makes quite a bit of sense how it might not be profitable for a company to go to war that requires voluntary exchange of commerce to fund it’s war.

  5. Geoffrey Hazelton says:

    Good program! One thing you missed on getting licenses from the state is this increases state employees to administer and to check on compliance. Politically this increases the number of people who will be pro an ever larger government.
    Wal-Mart DID grow into a giant without much government help by just having a better way to merchandise. Now however they support increased regulation and raising the minimum wage because due to their size they have lawyers to comply with regulations and the assets to pay higher wages. This helps keep the pressure on smaller competitors and new start ups.

    • Lousander says:

      We missed a lot of stuff that could have been covered!
      I agree that Walmart is very good at what they do. I think part of that came from being able to get around government or using government. If there was zero government intervention, I don’t know if they would have grown so big. Who can say for sure?

  6. Ben Stone says:

    When MK lords calls in to Free Talk Live
    Chris Cantwell reacts like a vampire being
    splashed with holy water – Randy England

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA -(GASP!)- HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

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