We are joined by Jamin Biconik today, founder of the Neuron Open Source Learning Station Project and maker of the GhostPad, we talk about these projects and why they are important. We talk about privacy in our computers and phones and steps you can take to make yourself more private. We talk cryptocurrency mining and Vertcoin, We trash talk apple for a bit and we talk about video games, especially the greatest game of all time: Postal 2.
On today’s show I am joined by Ben Stone the Bad Quaker and we are slaying some scared cows. We discuss how libertarians seem to be worshiping fallible people as if they are omniscient deities and we clown on these “libertarian gods” a little. We talk about the dangers of following people who act like wannabe cult leaders, but pretty much we just talk shit about people spooky nerds worship.
James Weeks and Jim Jesus of The Lolberts (who’s a bit quiet for the beginning of this podcasts but corrects later) talk about all sorts of things. Including but not limited to how The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is ruining Jim’s life, Star Wars The Last Jedi and other Disney movies, Logan Paul filming suicide corpses, Jim’s conversion to Satanism, The Unique and It’s Property and how the bogus Kevin Slaughter controversy made our copies worth over $3,000, The Top Libertarians of 2017 list of cancer, a possible Cryptocurrency Deadpool for 2019 (call Jim Jesus) Conservatism isn’t punk rock or edgy, and how people pumping their own gas in Oregon will lead to hell on earth! Hail Satan! Lou Feen will be running the seventh circle of it (aka The Meme Department)
Today on the show I have Tyagananda Swaraj an Agorist and fellow crypto-currency user. We discuss how the fees in bitcoin are making it unusable and other options on the horizon, like Bitcoin Cash, Vertcoin, and Dash.
On todays episode I talk with Jeff Wood, homeless vagrant and Libertarian Party candidate for Governor of Michigan. We talk about Bitcoin and how Blockstream is ruining it, the future of cryptocurrencies, Net Neutrality, why corporations and the state are part of the same authoritarian apparatus, the Libertarian Party, and Star Wars (spoiler alert!).