BB69: Heh... (Solo Episode)

  
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69. Heh. (Solo Episode)

Solo episode coming atcha! It’s a relatively short episode. I’m taking a few weeks off podcasting to work on a few side projects I’ve got going on, including my own web development business and a great clearinghouse for freedom-oriented businesses called Liberty Creators. I’ll be sure to promote them both heavily when they’re ready for primetime.

I also talk about my travels to Austin for Renegade University Weekend and to Orlando for Tom Woods’s 2000th episode event. There’s some meandering stuff about kindness vs. niceness, a step in my ideological journey (see book recommendation below), and mass hypnosis (see article link below) and why I think there’s reason for optimism on the healthcare state.

Finally, I’m going to be posting to Odysee from now on. I don’t know if or how I’ll use my YouTube channel going forward, but if you’re listening to this on YouTube, please go to my Odysee feed for future updates.

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