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The Lolberts

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Description

Not just another anarcho-capitalist podcast. We're the only libertarian humor podcast that's not afraid to eat its own, but only for dessert. Join Jim Jesus and his merry band of anarchy misfits as they laugh at the world imploding and lay down some delicious libertarianism. Co-hosts include: Jim Jesus Seamus of FreedomToons Mott "t3hsauce" Precherd Nick Hazelton the Anarcho-yakitalist Jim Babb Steve Miller-Miller MK-Lords Baron von Stormhaven

Customer Reviews

HILARIOUS

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If You Like Radical Agenda You'll Love This!

If you're a Christopher Cantwell fan you'll love this podcast, basically the same thing as Radical Agenda. Or if you love the police and our brave men and women fighting for our freedom! I don't understand the whole bipcuck licence deal though, is that like a driver's license?

The classic American tale.

What can I say? Clearly more than the story of a lost weekend for a teenager kicked out of boarding school.

The juxtoposition is perfect. Our protagonist insists on acting like an adult smoking and drinking but refuses the actual barriers of adulthood demonstrated by hiding his expulsion and refusing to sleep with a prostitute. Who hasn't wanted to walk away from adolescent pressures and the unflinching demands of adults?

Best of all our protagonist is adept at alerting us to the "phonies" he sees all around him. The listener immediately agrees with the obviousness of the claims and can immediately likewise dismiss said phonies.

It's a window into the tortured soul of the teen. Teachers looking to rape you, friends disgusting you, idiotic siblings, etc. The pressure to defoo is gargantuan.

All in all I am left with more questions than answers. Are we being told a story by a close confidant or is young Holden actually giving his asylum admission? It seems that not knowing is the only cold comfort.

Clearly a masterpiece that will continue to live misunderstood.

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