‘Cause let’s be honest. You want to.
‘Cause let’s be honest. You want to.
Steven and I went to eat at one of our favorite restaurants in the famous Haight-Ashbury neighborhood last night, and instead of using a WageCan debit card, credit card, or cash, we used bitcoin! That’s because we helped the owner get set up accepting bitcoin through payment processor BitPay. I used the AirBitz wallet to pay the bill. It was fast and easy. Check out this video of our success!
Free Talk SF has now been rebranded “The Steven Zeiler Show,” and I was lucky enough to be featured in the first episode! In it, Steven introduces his new course teaching others how to make oodles of money by learning how to code with Node.js. Learn from someone who has made software that sold for millions. This is the stuff you won’t learn in books. The REAL nitty gritty of how the code interacts with servers and databases. This video series has it all. Plus! 10 things women over thirty should never wear!
All law enforcers are festering anal sphincters, and this week on CopBlock Radio, Derrick J, DEO, and Severin prove it! We start out this episode by covering the one-year anniversary protest of law enforcers murdering 12-year-old Tamir Rice for playing in the park with a toy gun.
Next, government school employee Mike Frassetto calls in to share the story of Allentown law enforcers assaulting a group of children. The kids recorded the assault, but they were charged with crimes instead of the badged individuals who attacked them with tasers, fists, and kicks to the stomach.
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?
I rarely get excited about Kickstarter crap. In fact, I’m subscribed to a YouTube channel dedicated to making fun of the bollox pedaled by wishful dreamers on the crowdfunding site. That’s why when I read that my college friend Nathan J. Robinson was selling subscriptions to a print magazine “which offers political analysis from an anarchist/ libertarian socialist perspective,” I was skeptical. Intrigued, but not sold. I needed to know more. Here’s what I discovered:
Current Affairs is a bi-monthly magazine with colorful artwork and such original topics as: the Cult of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Economic Undertones in Cinema, and the Politics of Children’s Literature. It’s the kind of magazine I would be proud to keep on my coffee table even if I disagree strongly with the sentiments of every article. It’s unique. It’s pithy. And I can tell it’s going to challenge me intellectually. I am tired of the predictable opinions and click-bait delivered by the new media’s 24-hour news cycle; it appears Current Affairs offers an antidote.
Shire Sharing is my favorite charity. It’s voluntary — People like you and me — NOT gun-funded government bureaucrats. The idea is simple: Raise money, buy bags of groceries, and deliver them to families who are less fortunate. Last year, they fed over 3,000 people! They even personalized each bag by household — because some have children, some are elderly and can’t cook anymore, and some have dietary needs like diabetes or vegetarianism. YOU can help Shire Sharing feed an entire family this Thanksgiving for just 35 bucks. They take bitcoin! (And of course credit cards too.) They have an all-volunteer staff, so 100% of your donation actually buys food. Compare that to 30% with government. Shire Sharing is Voluntaryism in action. Put your money where your heart is, and be the change you want to see. Learn more and donate today at ShireSharing.org
J Buzz Webb of Buzz’s Big Gay Dance Party joins Flaming Freedom to explain why she’s gay, not a lesbian, and why all the gays should just drop the acronym soup that has become LGBTQQA+ — transgender people especially don’t belong in that group because their thing is gender dysphoria, and it just confuses the issue of sexuality by lumping them in under one big, confusing umbrella. Buzz educates the listeners on the history of the gay liberation movement, Stonewall, and coming out in the days of Jesse Helms. She answers your questions about how she became an anarchist thanks to J Krishnamurti and his book, “Freedom From the Known.”
A college student in Commie-fornia is in trouble for recording audio in her own dorm room. An Uber drive was arrested for recording, protestors in Pennsylvania won a victory against aggressive law enforcers, and an activist in Texas catches law enforcers breaking into his car!