Tag Archives: San Francisco

Voluntaryists Don’t Believe in Shirts | FLAMING FREEDOM

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Ignorance of the BipCot is No Excuse | Freedom Feens

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MWD, Derrick J Freeman, and Jeremy Henggeler celebrate Derrick’s return and wait on the last year to Alpha Centauri. They talk about cops that don’t read licenses before clicking on them and San Francisco’s first open air urinal. MWD lays down mad science on how the Internet is doing it wrong, including self-contradictory emails and demanding emails from strangers about branding.

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Derrick J’s Victimless Crime Spree

While Mark Edge endorses the Trump Dollar, the Feens yak about You and the Police by Boston T. Party, and how that book inspired the CopBlock movement.

Then a cop – (Officer Mike Bires ) who is a self-styled “Social Media Director” – violates the BipCot license to use and review Cell411. Hilarity and mockery ensue. (And his crappy bad-audio podcast making fun of Cell411 is here.)

San Francisco Uses Pee Kitty-Proof Paint as self-defense against Public Urination

Bitcoin Evangelism in San Francisco

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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!

How Cities Steal Your Money | Free Talk SF

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Lets Drink Ocean Water | Free Talk SF

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Leave It Better Than You Found It | Freedom Feens

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Introducing MAC – Mobile Accountability for Cops Tour | CopBlock Radio

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Cop Block RadioLast night on CopBlock Radio, Ademo Freeman and Brian Sumner joined us to share their newest adventure: traveling across the country in MAC (Mobile Accountability for Cops). They will be meeting up with CopBlock chapters in over a dozen states in the next seven months. Follow their adventures at http://CopBlock.org/MAC

Derrick J, DEO, and Severin covered the week’s most important stories of police abuse and accountability featured on CopBlock.org. We started out with a video of two San Francisco cops chatting freely in a Happy Donut shop about how they plan to alter the video captured by their body-cams. Then they laugh about how their victim’s head explodes from their bullets. Ha-ha, right? Good thing one quick-thinking man surreptitiously recorded their disgusting conversation for all to hear.

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Peeing in Train Tunnels | Freedom Feens

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MWD, DerrickJ, and Brett Veinotte talk over the miles over Feenphone. Derrick is wide eyed with his first week in San Fran….apartment hunting, interview ends in the bedroom, living with cults, “they make you dance naked around a fire” after the soup kitchen.

Things to ask your landlord, things to ask your date. If your cult has apts for rent contact Derrick J today!

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Apartment hunting in San Francisco

The band Phish!

Free Ringtone of “DAN! THEY’RE BIGGER BUTTONS!”

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Kim Davis Is A Better Activist Than You | Flaming Freedom

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Gangster Cop Stomps One-Legged Homeless Man – CopBlock Radio

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Was the curb stomp justified? Maybe. We can’t see the what happened before the video began, but what we can see is 14 men and women dressed in black and armed to the teeth, kicking and punching a one-legged homeless man. His bare ass hanging out and his face drooling on the brick sidewalk, he pleads with his attackers, “Please let go of me,” but his cries are unanswered. Fortunately a cadre of cop blockers and their video cameras capture the events that unfold, as the police scramble for justification of their horrendous actions. They set up a blockade to prevent recording and accountability.

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