Cop Steals from Charity | COPBLOCK PODCAST

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Drunk Cop Shoots Jail Guard at Bar on Thanksgiving and other Stories | COPBLOCK PODCAST

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ThanksGAYving | FLAMING FREEDOM

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Donkey Genitals, Horse Emissions, and the Bible | FLAMING FREEDOM

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Sasha, Steven, Derrick

Straight Guy Leaves Hilarious Yelp Review of Gay Club :: Tattoos an indicator of issues :: Gay Cops Investigated for hosting “breeding” sex parties for teens :: 15 Things Only Bottoms Understand :: Big Dick Ranking Puts the Shire at #1 :: Stop What You’re Doing Right Now and Listen to the New Sleigh Bells Album :: What Americans Fear Most in Bed :: David from Ohio calls in to talk about homophobia

Sasha’s question about ethics and animals:

“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?”

The Filth Shoots its Own | COPBLOCK PODCAST

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Forget Clump, Get that Booty with the Pirate Party! | FLAMING FREEDOM

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Don’t Call the Pigs | COPBLOCK PODCAST

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