The sauce is deadly disease!!
In this professional business seminar you will learn all the insider secrets to achieve immortality from longtime immortal millionaires Ryan Salisbury and Kris Nivens!
Topics: Types of businesses, dual power strategy, Berserk, the ethics of leftists doing M&A
Room 641A // Being a cool Guy Fawkes internet dork // Volkswagen gets labor activists arrested & tortured // A spy chip no bigger than Ben Shapiro
This is going to be Pieter's last episode for a while. Neighbor Science will be back soon after this episode about MgRonald's
Reed (@wingulls_r) joins us to talk about One Piece and anarchists with MBAs.
Ryan had to go to a wedding this weekend, so we couldn't do an episode this week. Instead we're releasing this old episode about corporations as organs of the state. I haven't listened to it since February, so it could be awesome or terrible. Let me know, unless it's not good, in which case just tell me you liked it anyway.
News ep: Teslol stock // General Magic // Grandmaster Spider // Good news about Volkswagen // Two Tesla-worshipping Nerds Slap Fight Over Trucks
Fairly well-known cartoon company Disney will be waging a brutal assault on Netflix in the coming years, destroying many, many planets. We discuss each corporation and make predictions on who will win and why. See show notes for links.
Pieter and Ryan discuss some of the work of David Ellerman, a cool old guy who's smart and writes about capitalism being bad.
We prove with logic that Marxism is wrong, and Marxists who listen to this will be mad, owned, and melting down.
Small correction, I talked to Prof. Nitzan about whether government appropriations could be considered capital, and decided that 'appropriations' is already the more appropriate term.
Outro music: One Count of Mutiny by Employer, Employee. Even if you don't like fry vocals, crank this shit up, I promise it's good.
*Note (11/10/18): The old Abolish Human Rentals site seems to be down, but Ellerman has a much more comprehensive blog on his personal site that I have linked to instead.