The Playful Anarchist podcast, with Asher Black (Anarcast #7, AsherCast #7). The Tea Party are just asking for it, like lame gazelles to a predator. When does the politics of anger become the politics of hate. Asher compares the Tea Party movement to identity groups, and blasts their supposed Christian base. Music by Thursday Group (Like White on Rice) on the Magnatune label. Opinions: solely those of Asher Black. New call-center style headset. Smaller mp3 size.
The Playful Anarchist podcast, with Asher Black (Anarcast #6, AsherCast #6). Yielding your personal moral and intellectual sovereignty takes many forms. Asher talks about how adopting a belief in ‘new age’ auras, energies, and vibrations turns otherwise effective intellects into merely receptive tools. Music by Ehren Starks (The Tale of Room 620) and Jan Hanford (Prelude No. 14 in D Minor), both on the Magnatune label. Opinions: solely those of Asher Black. Trying some editing (removing pauses and silences, etc.), trailing music.
The Playful Anarchist podcast, with Asher Black (Anarcast #5, AsherCast #5). Asher talks about the Mel Gibson film Edge of Darkness and the shoe section at Burlington Coat Factory (an anarchy of fashion). Music by Paul Berget (Recercar) on the Magnatune Label. Opinions: solely those of Asher Black. Trying some editing (removal of pauses and silences, lead and trailing music).
The Playful Anarchist podcast, with Asher Black (Anarcast #4, AsherCast #4). Better audio quality. Late night. An anarchist will acknowledge that everything is political, which is why turning it into something with a life of its own makes little sense. Talking about politics, social issues, and art, as well as health claims in TV commercials. Music is by Fernwood – “Music played by hand on instruments made of wood”. Song is called “Sandpiper”. It’s on the Magnatune label.