Radio Interview Now Available Online MP3

Yesterday’s interview by radio host Brian Wilson is now available online here.   The October 4 interview we did is available on the same page.

Brian and I had a rowdy time.  I suspect that my joke about the Farm Journal may have mystified people in western Ohio.    Woulda worked like a charm in eastern Ohio, where people are acutely aware of West Virginian proclivities. 


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4 Responses to Radio Interview Now Available Online MP3

  1. Dirk W. Sabin December 3, 2007 at 3:21 pm #

    Wait a minute there buster, some of my best friends is animists.

    It remains mysterious to me how the public remains prostrate in the face of the Republic’s gutting despite the fact that there are radio shows, comedy programs and the internets pointing out the ongoing trainwreck. Perhaps it is more warm and fuzzy to ponder which media pop star endorses who but it is equally stirring to watch a seriously confused guy like McCain get booed for comparing Paul to Chamberlain. Funny how the mainline press cherry-picked the event beyond recognition.

    I once thought this was a Republic in danger, nah, it aint nuthin so prosaic as that, it’s a bonafide lapsed Republic and the public should likely get what it deserves, digitally mastered images from them prurient Farm Journals.

  2. Mace Price December 4, 2007 at 12:55 pm #

    …Ron Paul as an analogue to Neville Chamberlain is as backassward, or prepostourous as is properly said, to comparing George Bush II to Sir Winston Churchill.

  3. Tory December 4, 2007 at 6:12 pm #

    Waiting for Jimmy to post and blog about his essay: The 9/11 Servility Reflex

  4. Chris December 6, 2007 at 3:29 pm #

    But then again, foreign policy has never been about ‘Intelligence’ any ways. Its always been about political policy. So if Cheney/Clinton want to bomb Iran, they will do it anyways. Public be damned.