Michael W. Dean and Neema Vedadi talk about Tucson SWAT murdering a US Marine and why it isn’t big news like the 1970 Kent State killings, they discuss a citizen foreclosing on Bank of America, the problems with paying in pennies, Michael’s old band Bomb in the Experience Music Project museum in Seattle – listed as “music that Krist Novoselic finds inspiring“, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, Second City, Bulletproof Salesman, William Seward’s house, a “drinking while white” dream, Cops Attack and Strip Naked innocent woman in Canton, Ohio, reflections on Gil Scott-Heron’s death, and obsolete audio technology and how it organically influences the future. Then we hear “The Power of Suggestion”, a song by Bomb.


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  1. David Crowe says:

    Props for mentioning Kids in the Hall. They were way ahead of their time. I love them.

  2. MichaelWDean says:

    Thank you dbeall! Very much!

  3. dbeall says:

    I had no idea you guys were doing this podcast,, neat.
    I added a link to my site for this podcast and the facebook page about the premier of guns and weed.

    I lived a few miles from Kent State for many years, it was our favorite party town.
    That was the biggest wake up call I ever experienced, when I realized that the Government was just wrong about most things.

    thanks for all your efforts..

  4. Fascist Anarchist says:

    Good show, like the music bit. Had a twisted suggestion though. Maybe you guys
    could do a cheesy 80s punk cover song now and then, just for lulz. Or do a poll, for
    which song people wanted to see you take a crack at. Maybe even an ancient rap song,
    Neema could probably pull off a convincing Easy E from NWA fame. j/k 😉

  5. S. R. Rackley says:

    This photo, in its original publication, was doctored. Notice that the stream of blood behind the kneeling girl has been removed. One can see where the stream picks up close to the street gutter.

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