James Weeks II, Jeremy Heisenn-word, and MWD yak about James’ stripping for liberty, Jeremy sends MWD some BTC on air, the Rights Brigade gets talked up, and MWD mentions his blog post about ugly paper crypto wallets and teases a discussion about Jello Biafra,
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Jeremy, MWD and Jim yak it up good. Matt Bergman from Punk Rock Libertarians was on the first segment, but then had to leave for his private court-ordred BipCot-licensed etiquette classes.
Topics include a bunch of stuff. What do you expect? It’s the Feens and it’s Great. Dig it man, and tell two friends!
James, Jim and MWD rock it hard about why the alt-right are sad and need a safe space, reviews of the worst post office in America, the great new BipCoin mining pool http://bip.ms-pool.net.ua/ that you should try and so much more.
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The boys complain about Christmas, then talk about cats and dogs, visual humor on the radio, getting droned, how BipCoin got written up in CoinTelegraph, how Bitpark Coin is using BipCoin’s existing ticker symbol “BIP” and how it is a HUGE problem for BipCoin, How Namecoin is upset that they’re irrelevant (for butthurt comments, click here then scroll down), how pay for government employees is highest in sportsball, pictures on the radio, and ways to better communicate with people to have neither side come off as jackasses.
Lou Feen, James Weeks II, and Jeremy Heisenburglar yak about the upcoming 5th (or is it 4th?) annual Midwest Peace and Liberty Fest, how Megyn Kelly is “concerned” about Americans lack of trust in the media, the Marxist vegan restaurant that couldn’t, and the video game company Valve.
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Shane Radliff, Jim Jesus, and MWD (fresh from FaceBookJail) talk about the government wanting a monopoly on fake news, why people who love the anti-stalking book A User’s Manual for the Human Experience might want to stalk the author, why friends don’t tell friends who are about to have surgery about surgery gone horribly wrong, and with you a Merry Capitalismass (and a Happy New Objectivistvomit).