Show #7: Jack Sarfatti’s Been Abducted

Jack Sarfatti, the Master of All Space and Time, returns so fire up your DeLoreans and join us back to the future. And consider having your sperm sorted. It’s cheap, easy and fun. (mp3)

Producer: Jeff Diehl / Host: RU Sirius / Gang of Four Chatterers: RU Sirius, Diana Brown, Jeff Diehl, Sherry Miller / Featured Song: “Metatron” by DJ Spooky / Intro & Outro: Scrappi DuChamp and Mondo Vanilli (and others) / Jack Sarfatti / MicroSort

Show #6: Philip K. Dick Robot


Eric Mathews, Director of Business Development at the FedEx Institute of Technology joins us to talk about their Philip K. Dick robot project. The Dick-bot also answers our questions. And we’re pleased to be joined by special guest Gang Of Three member Rudy Rucker, winner of two Philip K. Dick Awards. (mp3)

Producer: Jeff Diehl / Host: RU Sirius / Gang of Three Chatterers: RU Sirius, Rudy Rucker, Jeff Diehl / Featured MondoGlobo Mix: Carlos Villarreal / Intro & Outro: Scrappi DuChamp and Mondo Vanilli (and others) / Philip K. Dick Robot / Philip K. Dick / Rudy Rucker

Show #5: Fred Burks Returns

Former George W. Bush interpreter Fred Burks is back talking about mind control and leading us into the “web of love.� (mp3)

Producer: Jeff Diehl / Host: RU Sirius / Gang of Four Chatterers: RU Sirius, Sherry Miller, Steve Robles, Jeff Diehl / Sound Engineer: Eddie Foronda / Intro & Outro: Scrappi DuChamp and Mondoo Vanilli (and others) / Dove’s Ad Campaign / Want to Know / Web of Love

Mondo 2000 Would Be Cover Girl Makes Good

The Great Lost Last Issue of MONDO 2000 was designed in 1997. It got as far as the film stage (publishers understand) but was never printed. It was a great great issue which I can say because I had pretty much nothing to do with it… it was edited by “Queen Mu” and designed by her and Heide Foley, with some help from Robert Phoenix and a few other stout members of a pick up crew. Anyway it featured a performance artist, Miranda July, on the cover.

Now Miranda July has a film out called “Me and You and Everybody We Know” which is fucking brilliant, beautiful, funny, humane…

OK, it’s in many ways your archetypal indie film: quirky characters, sexual taboo buttons pressed (relatively gently actually, but that may actually make it more powerful), the second lead character (played by Miranda herself) is even a performance artist who makes films of her feet with the words “me” and “you” written on her shoe-tops. But if you’re cringing, you’re cringing WITH her… she’s a very cringy, self-aware character.

Anyway, just take my word for it. This film totally works.

Now, does anybody want to print that lost issue of Mondo 2000?