Regular CopBlock Radio cohost DEO was made a political prisoner by a gang of people calling themselves “the state of Ohio.” They intend to keep him isolated in a concrete cage for 240 days as punishment for disobedience to authority. You can read more about that here. He calls into the show in this episode. Also, some guy who wore a dress to work died this week. People are upset, not because he died, but because another cross-dresser will take his place for life.
Joe Jarvis, Steven Zeiler, Derrick J, KJ, Leslee, and Alec talk about not talking about trans stuff anymore. A (straight) member of the liberty community raped a girl and should face way worse consequences in a private market for justice. Joe said that under his protection service, a victim would have 24 hours to kill her assailant without consequences. KJ critiques everyone’s websites and everything else they do. Leslee explains why gender dysphoria is legitimate, but Alec says no. Derrick J wants to talk about Jeff Berwick getting pushed around on the Mexican version of Jersey Shore, and everyone laments the lack of gay rappers.
This week I joined the Crypto Show! We discussed the recent “Who is Satoshi” madness coming out of Wired, my movie Victimless Crime Spree, the podcasts CopBlock Radio and Flaming Freedom, as well as gay fathers and cryptocurrencies that aim for parity with gold. It was a fun-filled, musical episode! Get the full skinny here:
This episode of CopBlock Radio is JAM-PACKED! From beginning to end, we had great callers. Chris the Paranoid Engineer started things off by calling in to warn listeners that the government is creating profiles of you based on how many cops you kill in Grand Theft Auto. Attorney John Gold called in to talk about DEO’s arrest for filming law enforcers in Parma, OH. A law enforcer in Florida showed up drunk to accept an award from Mothers Against Drunk Driving. He was being awarded for issuing more than 100 DUIs and presumably drove himself to the ceremony. Other badged individuals reported that he also skipped days of assigned training and was walking around the hotel with his pants down. What would we do without our noble protectors?
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