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610: Spilling the Tea on Soviet Georgia

Ryan (@HandleOfRy) and Kris (@solidarity_goth) get into one of our classic, extremely specific topics: The history and political economy of the Georgian tea industry

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607: What if it’s D growth and it’s just for the fellas (w/yungneocon)

Ryan and @yungneocon discuss degrowth, sacrifice zones, and malthusianism. Plus, a bonus Mecha Madness minisode!

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606: Back in my day, a dollar only cost a nickel

Ryan (@handleofry) and Corey (@f_a_r_t_s) discuss Capital as Power and Capital

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605: Crazy Ryan’s Discount IV Bag Super Sale (feat. Zalin)

I interview Zalin, who works in the medical supplies industry.

603: In Cute Hell

Soyboi of the Deep (@halfasstroknot) joins me to talk about In-Q-Tel, the CIA's investment arm, the Predator drone's origins in trying to crush the Sandinistas, and one way to avoid their all-seeing eye.

Don't forget about our Five Star Stories livestream, 29 February at 7PM EST!

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602: The CIA Guy DESTROYS Marxism

Ryan (@handleofry), Mouse (@trvshprincess), John (@exJohnValdez) and Cheech (@HermesMagi) discuss a recent Twitter debacle and the first few sections of Marx's Kapital.

We will be livestreaming The Five Star Stories (1989) on leap day, 29 Feb at 7PM EST as part of Mecha Madness!

601: Garnishing the Fed’s Wages When it Defaults on its Debt

Ryan and Teen (@mont_jiang, Plan A Magazine, Escape from Plan A podcast) discuss everyone's favorite hashtag, #MMT

513: Laundering Money in the Big Dumbass Rectangle

Kris and Ryan talk big stupid ugly buildings

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We have a new "open borders communism" shirt design: Merch site

512: This is a Robbery, Beach

Illegal mining/sand mining

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Check out the new Wano Open Borders Communism shirt design: https://teespring.com/open-borders-communism

503: Coffee with Neighbors [Unlocked]

Mel (@coldbrewedtool) from Coffee with Comrades joins us to talk about the history and political economy of the printing and publishing industry.

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