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Saturday Show #27: Interview with Anarchist Amanda Billyrock Johnson

Posted by Frank Marcopolos in Interviews, Podcast, Saturday Show. 2 comments

6th July

Amanda Billyrock

Amanda Billyrock of amandabillyrock.com. She is super-smart and nice.

In episode 27 of Saturday Show, Frank interviews anarchist writer and video blogger Amanda Billyrock. They discuss the difference between ideas and beliefs, Amanda’s reading habits, the true meaning of “anarchy,” Amanda’s vision for a better world, and much, much more. It’s a long and intriguing interview, which shows just how truly intelligent, positive, fun, and awesome Amanda really is. Even if you disagree with some her views, you’ll probably come away from listening to this interview at least liking the person she is.

Listen to the interview via the audio player above, which runs on Flash. (So, check your Flash settings if you don’t see the player.) Also, here is the link to the show on iTunes.com.

Amanda describes herself thusly:

Hi, I’m Amanda.

I’m in my mid-twenties. I owe my intellectual awakening to Ron Paul and his tireless dedication to the cause of freedom. I get pretty fired up about philosophy, Austrian economics, and awesome humans (which you will see in my videos).

Visit her at AmandaBillyrock.com

Show Notes:

This show was recorded on Skype via MP3 Recorder, so I’m on the Left channel, and Amanda is on the Right channel.

Murray Rothbard
Luigi Galleani, the Bomb-Throwing Anarchist
Triune Brain Theory

The PorcFest video, with the dangerously barefooted Amanda:

Ayn Rand
The Paleo Nutrition Plan
The 4-Hour Body by Tim Ferriss
Bulletproof Coffee
“Hungry for Change” documentary
1984 by George Orwell
Animal Farm by George Orwell
The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger
Operation Paperclip
Intellectual Property (I.P.)
The Dresden Dolls
Obama Slow-Jams the News