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[PODCAST] #429: CONSPIR-A-THON (Silver Screen Edition, Intermission) – A Sprint Through the World of Symbols

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadBrian Sovryn takes the lead in this discussion; his explanations of esoteric symbols are juxtaposed with the interpretations of several popular You Tube Hollywood/Illuminati amateur semioticians. DISCUSSION: - For whom are these symbols intended? - Do we have an innate respond to certain symbols? - Occult Symbols (All-Seeing Eye, phoenix rising, the pentagram, baphomet, fire, owls) - Masonic Symbols (the two pillars, square and compass, checkerboard floors, the number ...

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[PODCAST] #428: CONSPIR-A-THON (Silver Screen Edition Part 2) – Satan, Sex Magick, Scientology and Symbols

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadThis show might mess with you a little. Back by popular demand! Stephanie Murphy and Brian Sovryn return to the School Sucks studio for a free-form, extended discussion on the topic of conspiracy theories. This time our focus is on Hollywood, pop culture, film and the broader entertainment industry. OPENING COMPILATION: What was responsible for the dramatic changes Hollywood experienced in the late 1960s and early 1970s? Was it ...

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Podcast #277: Michael Dean Didn’t Like School, and Vice Versa

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadMichael W. Dean joins me for some casual conversation. Michael is the host of the popular Freedom Feens radio show and Michael Dean After Dark, as well as an author and a film maker. -What's so scary about Ray Kurzweil -Reading Michael's disciplinary reports -Making the arts more accessible, removing gatekeepers -Why do young people reject libertarianism -Going to college -Reverence for authors and scientists -Khan Academy vs. teachers ...

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Podcast #275: A Better State of Mind: Introduction to Meditation

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadI'd like to get serious about incorporating meditation into my routine, and hopefully many of you are curious as well. I am joined by meditation teacher, Kyle Davis to discuss the basics and some benefits of the practice. My Questions: What is meditation? What are the different techniques? How can discover which practice is best for me? General guidelines? Posture, time, eyes, duration What are the physiological and psychological ...

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[PODCAST] #484: Apathetic Minds Meet Political Science – Vanderbilt University

Podcast: Play in new window | Download(CAMPUS CORRESPONDENTS #2) Sam Wolf is a freshman studying Political Science at Vanderbilt University. Soon he will serve as the president of the Vanderbilt College Republicans. Today we'll talk about what he's being taught, but also what he's actually been learning... In this correspondence we discuss: - Capitalism and Neo-Liberalism: capitalism is slavery and genocide? - The dangers of apathetic students - The culture of Vanderbilt outside the classroom ...

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[PODCAST] #475: When Antifa Attacks – University of Toronto

Podcast: Play in new window | Download[CAMPUS CORRESPONDENCE #1] Geoffrey "Biffo" Liew returns to discuss the latest dust-up at University of Toronto, where Antifa protestors disrupted The Toronto Action Forum on Free Speech and Fiscal Policy. Biffo was one of the organizers of the event (working with Students In Support of Free Speech and Generation Screwed), which featured Rebel Media's Ezra Levant, Professor Jordan Peterson, Professor Janice Fiamengo and many others. Our conversation moves back ...

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Podcast #281: Ben Stone (2 of 2): Diminishing the Market Demand For Government

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadBen Stone returns for another discussion about the past, present and future of the philosophy of liberty. Ben is the host of the Bad Quaker podcast. Discussed: -going underground -agorism: ignore government, don't protest it -specializaton in liberty activism -making the moral argument -making the practical argument -making money -assisting government on its path to self-destruction -winning hearts and minds -deal with individuals -government is not the enemy; it's ...

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Podcast #278: Ben Stone (1 of 2): Creating A Market Demand For Liberty

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadBen Stone joins me for a discussion about the past, present and future of the philosophy of liberty. Ben is the host of the Bad Quaker podcast. Discussed: -Ben's journey to liberty through childhood, adolescence, and adulthood -the genesis of the "Bad Quaker" -The costs and benefits of civil disobedience -Mandela, Gandhi, MLK -Creating a market for liberty -Don't fight the government -why force fails -when learning is properly ...

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The P&TG/School Sucks Secret Show 2-1-14

Podcast: Play in new window | Download(A/V CLUB, Audio) Brett and Nick have an wonderfully awkward time discussing Julie Borowski and film editing choices. Then the Cosmic Board of Judges is formed to scout and validate internet talent. Ali arrives to defend Julie Borowski and Brett feels bad about criticizing her and capitulates. Then Andrew and Puke join the conversation and 80 more minutes of stuff happens. A somewhat useful life skills discussion begins around ...

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