“I have a philosophical anarchist question. In an anarchist society, how do you address animal cruelty? If my neighbor abuses his dog, what should be done about it? On one hand, the animal is his property, interfering with how he interacts with his property would violate the NAP. But on the other hand, this particular piece of property feels pains, it’s alive and aware.
“If you think there’s something you could/should be done about it, I have another question. My neighbor on the other side bought an elephant but she keeps it in a cage. She feeds it’s and gives it water, but to keep that kind of animal in those conditions is very cruel. Where is the line? How do you reconcile animal cruelty in An-cap society?”
Sevan found out his business partner is gay, Steven walks off mic and out of studio, and Derrick finally enjoys 69ing and topping. The musical Cabaret is more timely than ever, and Steven wore heels to the theatre, catching the attention of our yoga friends. Sev and Steven geek out over ZCash, an anonymous cryptocurrency, and Patrick Byrne lays down why Bitcoin will destroy the state. Then Steven and Derrick help Sev get real into some wide Armenian hips.
NSFW – Sev and Derrick talk about perving out at the gym and the sexual fetish called race-play and the deeper psychological issues that might cause it. Why was Sev into really pale white girls during high school? A Philly Club Owner Uses N-word and says black people ask for free drinks. A kid chose the pronoun “your majesty.” Tonight we introduced David H (not to be confused with co-host David G). Steven joins us at the end and shares a hookup story. We also listened to a band called Bear vs Shark.
Introducing SEV! The crypto-anarchist entrepreneur. Sev, Remington, and Derrick talked about being the product of social signals and following the path of least resistance — struggling to be true to ourselves and what that means in the context of masculinity. How is YOUR behavior affected by what you were told is–or isn’t–acceptable? Sev is watching Narcos but says Rubicon is a super-good show for libertarian types who question the people who call themselves the government. We talk about gay muslims and the origin of the word “radical” — which led to our discovery of the Radical Fairies global gay anarchist environmentalist movement. Yes, it’s really a thing.
Stuff we didn’t get to tonight, but you should check out anyway: