folk metal; bile’s latest online arguments; Spooner’s No Treason; Bosco’s students read the 4th Amendment; recent Supreme Court rulings; SOPA vs ACTA; Kelly from UnschoolBus.com; unschooling; living in a converted bus; biodiesel; bottlerockets on bikes; founding fathers; Somalia and anarchy?; current issues in the European Union; Google’s recent privacy changes; ARM vs Intel.

Music heard: Conditions of My Parole by Puscifier; Get Your Gunn by Marilyn Manson; Midnight Rider by The Allman Brother’s Band; Linda Summertime by Ministry.

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6 Responses to “2012-01-26”

  1. Chris from Ohio Says:

    I miss your show.

  2. bile Says:

    Hey Chris. Thanks. Hopefully once the guys have more time we can start up again.

  3. CPG Says:

    Was just reminissing with my girl about your show.

    I miss you guys.

  4. Chris from Ohio Says:

    I just KNOW that Bosco has already this summer unexpectedly gotten trapped in an old quarry and been rescued by his heroic dog — or something like that — and I haven’t heard the tale because of this sabbatical!

    Looking forward to the yarns…

  5. Chris from Ohio Says:

    No show yet? Hmmm… Here’s a synopsis of what I’m postive has been happening: Bosco built a double kayak from popsicle sticks, and he and Tennyson rowed to London to join in the Femen topless protests. After their inevitable arrest (which was, of course, videoed by Bile), Darian bailed them out with his generous History TA stipend. On the way back from jail, the group passed by the Equadorian embassy and found that Julian Assange was hanging out there, awaiting a decision on his asylum request. After pints at the pub, Bosco and Assange (disguised as Tennyson) kayaked back to the Shire, where Assange will now be the Tuesday night cohost on FTL. Bile, Darian, and Tennyson moved on to Israel to meet Julian Heicklen, but that’s a story for another time.

  6. Ek Says:

    No Treason mp3: http://marcstevens.net/interviews/notreason.html

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