Monthly Archives: July 2006

Show #56 (Interview): Speed Freak Fascists – Drugs in the Third Reich

Scott J. Thompson, who is editing an english translation of the german book, “Nazis on Speed” joins us today to talk about Hitler’s tweaker army; and about defining fascism. Thompson is also the Director of Research at the Walter Benjamin … Continue reading

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Show #55 (Weekend): Let’s Get This War Started!

The show is now publishing twice-weekly. This episode centers around a clip from our first guest, Fred Burks, who appeared on our first and fifth shows. In our conversation, we cover Indonesia, 9-11, terrorism, psychedelics, and the coming global war … Continue reading

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Show #54: UFOs, Alternate Realities & the Internet

At the end of the nineties, the legendary Joe Firmage left his post as the CEO of the highly successful USWeb and released a statement called “The Truth,” claiming that extraterrestrials have visited earth and stimulated technological development. He’s currently … Continue reading

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Show #53: Comedian and Counterculture Legend Paul Krassner

Paul Krassner started the irreverent underground magazine, The Realist, in 1958. He’s collaborated with Lenny Bruce, started the Yippies with Abbie Hoffman, and took acid with the (Charlie) Manson girls and Groucho Marx (although not at the same time). We’ve … Continue reading

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Show #52: Has Immigration Already “Killed” American Culture?

Chicano cyberpunk performer Guillermo Gomez-Pena hypnotizes us, riffing on the inevitable multi-racial culture that politicians are trying to stop. MP3 Don’t forget to vote for us! Producer: Jeff Diehl | Host: RU Sirius | Gang of Three Chatterers: RU Sirius, … Continue reading

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Show #51 – The One Year Mark with Richard Linklater

We go nuts for Dick (Philip K., that is) with the director of “A Scanner Darkly”: Richard Linklater. He explains the nuance of adapting the Dick vision to film and the struggle of dealing with Hollywood. MP3 Don’t forget to … Continue reading

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