Guy went solo on this episode. He provided a few updates about climate change and took calls from nine listeners.
We continued our social commentary with the “of course, but maybe” approach we started two weeks ago. Inspired by comedian Louis CK, we challenged the dysfunctional loyalty towards the dominant, “civilized” culture. We took a couple of good calls, too, and included a climate-change update.
We enjoyed a rollicking conversation with Scott Dikkers, co-founder and longest-serving editor-in-chief of The Onion. We took a couple of excellent calls, too, and finished the show with a climate-change update.
This week Guy and Mike challenge the dysfunctional loyalty towards the dominant civilized culture, while simultaneously challenging the narratives that some of our listeners may hold. Inspired by the comedy of Louis C.K., this show attempts to find the root of our core beliefs. We took calls and had some excellent contributions from our listeners.
We used several clips in support of this social-criticism show. We took a few calls and wrapped with a climate-change update.
Here are the clip to watch after you listen to the show:
This week we critiqued the educational-industrial complex after an extensive climate-change update. We took a couple of excellent calls, too.
Nature Bats Last interviews queer Xican@ warrior and land defender T.R McKenzie, who grew up on the west side of Sioux City, occupied Dakota territory and is currently based out of occupied Dakota territory in southern Minnesota. He is a fierce defender of life, land, and justice whose work has placed him at the front line of resistance movements. T.R is an organizer and educator who has facilitated and participated in workshops, trainings, and speaking engagements. We were joined for the final 15 minutes of the show by long-time friend Forrest Palmer.
This week Mike and Guy spoke with
climate reality leader, Rhonny Dam. We also discussed the the current
tour Guy finds himself on in California.