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Jun 4, 2013

Kevin Rahm talks with Adam about Mad Men and killer bees. Plus, Dave Dameshek reveals the Creep of the Week, and Adam explains by no one should celebrate their birthday.

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    Toni
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  • almost nine years ago
    Ernar
    Since Bart Starr took over in 1958, the Packers have only suffered with 2 years of Randy Wright and a QB by cemtitmoe from 71-75. Majkowski was actually not that bad and Lynn Dickey was far better than the teams he played on. Put him on a competitive team and he could have been a regular pro-bowl player. Also forgotten is Tobin Rote, who had some great seasons on the awful Packer teams of the 50 s.
  • almost nine years ago
    Pramod
    1) I thought the story was John Campbell were sntiitg around drinking and bsing. Campbell happened to say you couldn't found a new religion today, and Hubbard bet him he was wrong.2) I thought Heinlein was linked somehow to that whole to that whole "moonchild" thing Parsons was trying.Maybe my memory is mistaken. Some casual googling didn't find anything on that.Kind of useful to have a friend who has orgies I guess.3) Did these people actually believe in this stuff? You can look at Hubbard in a cynical manner certainly. I guess you could look at his whole association with Parsons in that light. Not just money, the sex angle, and probably a useful name to throw around.But Parsons, Hubbard, and Crowley were not stupid. Being hooked into the scene, and taking part in activities the squares would never dream of is one thing. Actually thinking and writing letters to one another as if that whole thing would have done anything?If it's all a big con, that is a lot of effort to go to.Well my mind boggles. Oh well, some of the great minds of history have been religious fanatics of some sort or another. I guess this might be another manifestation of that, if non standard.
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