Friday, May 30, 2008

Episode 134: The Truth Wins Out: Ex Gay Crapola

The Truth Wins Out


Alan Chambers on Montel 1
Alleee 1
Armando Trovajoli * Let's Find Out
But I'm a Cheerleader! 1
The Boardwalkers * Banzai Pipeline
Francis Lai and his Orchester * Marseilles Generique
Exodus International 1
Peter Convent Band * Spinning Wheel
Luis E Bacalov * To the Barren Moor
Love Won Out Conference Bullshit 1
Robert Delgado und sein Orchester * Grazin' In the Grass
Harry Betts * Wonderful Women's World
Alan Chambers on Montel 2
Je Ross Symposium * Venus
Pierro Piccioni * Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child
But I'm a Cheerleader 2
Roger Bourdin * Binic-Stac
Vocomotion * Money
Exodus International 2
Alan Hawkshaw * Convenience Shopping
Heino * Ich Mochte Dich So Gerne Sagen
Love Won Out Conference Bullshit 2
Lord Sitar * I Can See For Miles
Victoria's Testimony 1
Johnny Scott * Roses Today
Serendipity Singers * Love is a State of Mind
Victoria's Testimony 2
Buddy Cole * Powerhouse
The DeFranco Family * Heartbeat It's a Love Beat
Alan Chambers on Montel 3
Alleee 2


Thursday, May 29, 2008

News for Patriots. Get ready for Flag Days!

In honor of the Market Anarchist Carnivale, and the patriotic days past and future foisted on those of us in Middle-North-America, I give you Something to Be Patriotic About:

The Stranger gives us

TUESDAY, MAY 20 In bigger news: Today the U.S. Justice Department released its 370-page report detailing abuses witnessed by FBI agents at U.S.-run detention facilities overseas. To celebrate, members of Congress were treated to the testimony of Murat Kurnaz, a 26-year-old Turkish man arrested while traveling with a religious tourism group in Pakistan in late 2001 and held by U.S. forces in Afghanistan and at Guantánamo Bay for nearly five years. Details come from ABC News: Speaking via video link from Germany, Kurnaz told the House Foreign Affairs Committee of his astoundingly awful treatment at the hands of the U.S., allegedly including electric shocks, being chained by his arms to the ceiling with his feet dangling, and, uh, "water treatment." "They stuck my head into a bucket of water and punched me in the stomach," said Kurnaz of his captors at the U.S. base in Kandahar. "I inhaled the water... It was a strong punch." Kurnaz also alleged that U.S. interrogators tried to force him to sign papers admitting his guilt, and testified that although he had no links to al Qaeda—and German intelligence services told U.S. officials that he was not a terrorist in 2002—he remained at Guantánamo (where the abuses allegedly continued) until August 2006. "I didn't think this could happen in the 21st century," said Kurnaz. "I could never have imagined that this place was created by the United States."
Shocker. Not in the United States, surely. I guess that's why that murderous Yahweh blesses it.

Market Anarchist Carnivale

Welcome to the May 29, 2008 edition of the Carnival of Market Anarchy. I'm really proud to host it here on my blog, which is, after all, Market Anarchist, but not so much a Market Anarchist blog. I hope my regulars can get something out of this, but if you've come here just for the carnival, I hope you take some time and browse the other entries here. I mostly post my podcast, Mondo Diablo, which is full of strange and wonderful music, and sometimes, topics of interest to atheists and/or market anarchists alike.

I received several relevant posts, but if you don't see your blog here, sorry. I got a lot of submissions from folks who wanted to post about Marketing, or something about The Market, but not anarchy. I'd hoped people would look more closely at the carnivals to which they submitted. I'm not sure how much a real-estate marketer really wants his blog posted here. But if they do want to talk about anarchy, they would be more than welcome to submit another post.

Some of the posts were simply too pro-state to fit into an anarchist blog carnival. I don't mean they weren't "good posts", they just weren't anarchistic.

On to the carnivale!

Danny Simkin presents Anarchy, autonomy, whatever posted at Samson Blinded. Forget for a moment that he calls "Judea" a "state."This is something that people forget when talking about or imagining anarchy. You have to accept that people want to create communities, and gather like-minded people around them. In a market anarchy, this is what we want. There are groups of people who want to do their own thing, and be left alone:

"That’s all we ask for: leave us alone. Continue with your socialist state, if you like, just let us live as we wish. To work our orchards, educate our children, enjoy our communities. We don’t even want to vote: elect olmerts for yourself. We accept any jurisdiction: abandon our townships to Palestinians and we will live as dhimmi under Abu Mazen. Big leftist Israel or Great Islamic Palestine, makes no difference to us.

Leave us alone."

The Whited Sepulchre presents All I Need To Know, I Learned At Auctions Part 1 posted at The Whited Sepulchre. It's true. The State creates artificial worth for things through taxation, wheeling-and-dealing, etc. based on its own interest. But given the chance, people agree on what something is worth without help from Brother:

"Auctions are the best example of Market Anarchy that anyone has ever devised. Things sell for what they're worth. What are they worth? Whatever people will give for them."

Adam Pieniazek declares that the War on Terror Ends! at Adam Pieniazek.

Stop being terrified, and end it, because

"The question is of extreme relevance as the war on terror is all about you...A war on terror is in essence a war of one against a feeling."

David Gross offers 22 ways to resist paying protection money from the American mob, in 22 Methods of Tax Resistance Solidarity posted at The Picket Line.

A while back, I started looking for examples of ways tax resisters have
organized mutual aid pacts to help diffuse the effects of government
retaliation. In the course of doing the research, though, I started
collecting examples instead of a larger variety collective projects resisters
and their sympathizers have used in support of tax resistance.

Michael Snyder wrote a post about the bizarre voluntary extinction movement at Radical Depopulation Of The Earth - The Solution To Mankind's Problems? posted at Shattered Paradigm.

Problem: Gas costs too much and we are faced with "global warming".

Answer: Get rid of a whole bunch of people and we will use less gas and we will produce less "greenhouse gases".


Francois Tremblay
, the husband, has two posts this week.

The first highlights the crap that actually comes out of people's mouths, at Are taxes voluntary? Harry Reid says yes!

"Harry Reid: ... Our system of government is a voluntary tax system."

The second reminds us what really makes the world go 'round. It turns out it is love, not money, after all:

"It is easy to underestimate this principle. I think people have this implicit idea that force runs the world, because it is so showy and flagrant in its application and results, but what they forget is that behind the violence is action, and behind the action is beliefs. People kill and hurt each other for a reason."

It's about morality, stupid. posted at Check yer Premises.

David_Z slays the argument that immigrants don't pull their weight at Exploitation: Immigrants and Slaves posted at third solution.

"If slavery persisted to-day, some would argue that freed slaves would consume far more in government programs than they would pay in taxes. But the freed slave, or the immigrant’s comparative poverty and misfortune is the result of the system which has been holding them back; it is not caused by a desire to “cheat” the rest of us!"

NotYourDaddy points out that oil companies are no more evil than any other coprporation--including the government, at Evil Oil Companies? posted at Government is not your Daddy.

"Oil companies are evil. We all know that. They make billions of dollars a year. How could anyone make billions of dollars a year and not be evil?"

His second post,
Obamanomics, takes a hard look at Saint Obama's economic plan:

"We’ve heard a lot about Hope and Change from Senator Obama, but his actual positions on the issues have so far struck me as vague. So I decided to visit his Web site and see if I can figure out where he actually stands on some issues. Naturally, the first issue that drew my attention was the Economy."

John Petrie reminds us that while you might think that California just had a victory for gay rights, it's just another way the state can be involved in our sex lives, at They graciously hand down our rights posted at

"The California Supreme Court's ruling in favor of gay marriage should be celebrated only to the extent that we should celebrate when any law is repealed or declared unconstitutional, and, hopefully, to the extent that it makes people realize the State shouldn't be involved in marriage at all."

Mike Gogulski writes am amusing/scary post about indoctrination of children through school propaganda, at Turning central bankers into flying ponies | posted at

In an apparent effort to squelch any remaining euroskepticism among the warier segments of the Slovak population, the National Bank of Slovakia and Bratislava’s regional school authority have teamed up to create a cute little contest for kids entitled “Euro mena očami detí” (”The euro currency in the eyes of children”).

Finally, we have Wenchypoo's posts (I have to be sexist and point out female posts. We don't get many.)

Wenchypoo has two posts. The first is More on the Oil Front: Subsidization By Country

Gas prices are changing the way people live, now, as I publish this carnival. People are freaking out, there are SUVs all up and down the street where I live, with "For Sale" signs on them (for MUCH too much, I might add), and they're saying fucked up and stupid things on local tv news spots ("I just close my eyes and pump," heard on a Seattle station on May 27th). Why won't the government do something, they cry.

Well, why dya s'pose the prices are so high in the first place? Because we're actually paying for oil?

"Something else to factor into the high price of oil: government subsidization. Much like Big Pharma and high drug prices being borne by individuals in THIS country (as well as others, but not many), oil is going through pretty much the same thing--more affluent countries paying more per citizen, while smaller, less affluent countries paying less because they're being subsidized by governments.

Like Big Pharma and the "we-pay-for-research-and-development" scam here in the U.S., we're also paying for the "research and development" of oil resources too through UNSUBSIDIZED oil and gas purchases."

Wenchypoo's second post points out that taxing the rich is no solution to our problems, since we all pay about the same, at
Taxing the Rich? Hell, You Can't Even SOAK 'Em! posted at Wisdom From Wenchypoo's Mental Wastebasket.

Here's the part that the Blog Carnival folks told me to add. Submit your blog article to the next edition of da market anarchist carnival using our carnival submission form.
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Saturday, May 24, 2008

Episode 133: The Most Unwanted Music: Dave Soldier and Komar & Melamid

USA's Most Wanted Painting

The Website of The Most Wanted Song

People's Choice Paintings

This American Life show: Numbers

Song Personelle

Soprano: Dina Emerson
Speaking vocal: Nina Mankin
Children: Emma Ensign, Kate Polsky, Max Polsky
Piccolo/flute: Elissa Kleeman
Harmonica: Wade Schuman
Bagpipe: David Watson
Accordion: Yuri Lemeshev
Harp: Margerie Fitts
Organ: Mary Bopp
Banjo: Dave Soldier
Tuba: David Grego
Percussion: Christine Bard
Bass drum: Komar & Melamid
Conductor: Norman Yamada


Unwanted 1
Alleee 1

Thom Pace * Virgin in Love
Least Wanted 2
Tilsley Orchestral * The Power Game
The Mar-Kets * Surfers' Stomp
Least Wanted 3
Max Greger & Sein orchester * Soul House
Phil Harris * The Thing
Least Wanted 4
The Synthesizer Sound Machine * Telstar
Silly Symphonies * Cow-Cow Boogie
Least Wanted 5
Teletubbies * Say Eh-Oh
Strong Bad * It's Over
Least Wanted 6
Orchester Horst Jankowski * Pata Pata
Rutland Weekend Songbook * 24 Hours in Tumbridge Wells
Least Wanted 7
The Treble Spankers * Shot in the Dark
Rodolfo Chikilicuatre * Baila el ChikiChiki
Least Wanted 8
Eddie Barclay & His Orchester * Boum Bada Boum
Tammy St. John * Boys
Least Wanted 9
Helmut Zacharias * Always Something There to Remind Me
Fr. David * Il Est Plus Facile
Least Wanted 10
Alleee 2

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Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Episode 132: The FABulous Steven L Anderson: You Go, Girlfriend!

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Faithful Word Baptist Church Blog


Steven Anderson 1
Alleee 1
Rodney Dangerfield * Stanley the Manly Transvestite
Steven Anderson 2
Shiro Michi Allstars * Sunrise, Sunset
Daniel Gerard * Sexologie
Steven Anderson 3
Everything is Beautiful
Kanui and Lula * Tomi Tomi
Steven Anderson 4
Il Profeta
Pan-Harmonic Music Education Society * Mairzy Doats
Steven Anderson 5
Derek Austin * No Woman No Cry
Die Jankowski Singers * Rocking Voices
Steven Anderson 6
Rudolf Belov * My Dear Old Friend, Please Visit Me
Byrd E Bath * Homer, the Happy Little Homosexual
Steven Anderson 7
De Ford Bailey * Pan American Blues
Ray Noble and the New Mayfair Orchestra * Repeal the Blues
Steven Anderson 8
Ted Adking and his Orchestra * Business is Business
RIAA Mashup with Avril Lavigne and the Rubinoos * I Wanna Be Your Girlfriend
Steven Anderson 9
Waldo de los Ríos * La residencia
Malajube * Fille a Plumes
Steven Anderson 10
Now! * Bell Bottoms
Alleee 2

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Saturday, May 17, 2008

Episode 131: The Interesting Life of Steve Sutton

Something Awful


Steve Sutton Cuts his hair
Alleee 1
France Gall * Jazz a Go-Go
Steve Sutton: Wonder Dork
Clark Terry * El Blues Latino
Alex Xenophon * The Wall
Steve Apologizes to FOX
Custom Music * More
April Aloisio * Duid Deed
Steve's Blog 100 Spectacular
Michel Gonet * Happy Smith
Sammy Davis, Jr. * Witchita Lineman
Steve Sutton * How to Make Iced Tea
Electric Concept Orchestra * Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head
The Swingle Singers * Goodnight
Steve Sutton * The Time Has Come
Denny Morris * Honey Honey
Moonshine Willie * Don't You Want Me Baby
Steve Sutton, Southern Atheist
Dave Brubeck Quartet * When You Wish Upon a Star
Bruce Haack * Electric to me Turn
Steve Sutton Gets Wacky
Now! * Kiss Her Once With Feeling
Czerwone Gitary * To Wlasnie My
Steve Sutton in the 25th Century Part 1
The Glendale Symphony Orchestra with Sabu * Shadow Dancin'
Natalie Portman Raps
Steve Sutton in the 25th Century Part 2
Alleee 2


Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Episode 130: Shatner on Shatner: Get a Life!


Get a Life 1
Alleee 1
Patience and Prudence * Tonight You Belong to Me
Get a Life 2
Mariangela * E a la Seduzione
Sonic Youth * Superstar
Get a Life 3
Dick Hyman * Put Your Hand in the Hand
Crazy Subway Lady
Get a Life 4
Marty Manning * Forbidden Planet
Monty Python * Every Sperm is Sacred scene from The Meaning of Life
Get a Life 5
Pickin' on Zeppelin * Kashmir
Anquette * Get off your Ass and Jam
Get a Life 6
Gerhard Narholz & Jurgen Jaenner * Pop Promotion
How to Be Popular
Get a Life 7
Yan Tregger * Iron Horseman
Doye O'Dell * If the Devil Wants to Talk
Get a Life 8
Derek Austin * Spinning the Wheel
William Shatner Montage
Jimmy D Bennett * Sapadellic
Get a Life 9
Alan Parker & Mike Moran * Flying High
Mickey Kayz * My Yiddishe Mambo
Get a Life 10
Swing Family * Fatal Lady
Alleee 2

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Saturday, May 10, 2008

Episode 129: Latter-Day Suckers

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GoofyReligion/Chris Tyler's You Tube Page


South Park * Dumb Dumb Dumb Dumb Dumb 1
Alleee 1
Anti-Mormon Cartoon 1
Book of Mormon Stories and Songs
Chris Tyler-from his series of podcasts * Mormon Sexuality 1
Robin Workman * S.O.S.
South Park * Dumb Dumb Dumb Dumb Dumb 2
Anti-Mormon Cartoon 2
Ernie Gleason * I'm a Mormon
Clip from Big Love
South Park * Dumb Dumb Dumb Dumb Dumb 3
Anti-Mormon Cartoon 3
PBS Frontline * Mormon Excommunication Part 1
Living in the Maternity Ward
South Park * Dumb Dumb Dumb Dumb Dumb 4
Anti-Mormon Cartoon 4
Chris Tyler-from his series of podcasts * Mormon Sexuality 2
Sid Bass * The Peanut Vendor
Exmormons Talk
South Park * Dumb Dumb Dumb Dumb Dumb 5
Anti-Mormon Cartoon 5
Li'l Preston's Testimony
BYU Choir * Praise to the Man (Joseph Smith)
PBS Frontline * Excommunication 2
Anti-Mormon Cartoon 6
South Park * Dumb Dumb Dumb Dumb Dumb 6
The Mormon Apostle Song
Clip from Orgazmo
Anti-Mormon Cartoon 7
South Park * Dumb Dumb Dumb Dumb Dumb 7
Chris Tyler * Mormon Sexuality 3
The Keyboards * Clair
Janeen Brady and the Brite Singers * I'm a Mormon
South Park * Dumb Dumb Dumb Dumb Dumb 8
Mike Wallace tries Not to Laugh
You're Standing in It * Mormon Elder Sketch
Penn and Teller * Mormons and the Boyscouts
Plan 10 from Outer Space * The Kolob Dance
South Park * Dumb Dumb Dumb Dumb Dumb 9
Richard Dawkins on Mormonism
BYU Choir * If You Could Hie to Kolob
Alleee 2

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Sunday, May 04, 2008

Episode 128: How to Good-bye Depression (if you constrict anus 100 times everyday)

The best friggin' website in the universe


Constrict Anus 1
Alleee 1
Camarata with the Mike Sammes Singers * Doctor Dolittle
Constrict Anus 2
Sid Dale * Disco A Go Go
Shirley Bassey * Fools Rush In
Constrict Anus 3
Sweet Little Band/Pink Floyd * Wish You Were Here
Ray Conniff Singers * People Will Say We're in Love
Constrict Anus 4
Keith Mansfield * Sporting Highlights
Dee D. Jackson * S.O.S
Constrict Anus 5
Walter Schumann * Bird of Paradise
Lorraine Bowen * Pavarotti Can't Read Music
Constrict Anus 6
Ted Atking and his Orchestra * New Deal
Do the Fonz
Constrict Anus 7
Caravelli * En Pensant a Kafka
Chris Ligon * Crazy Dazy
Constrict Anus 8
El sonido mágico de Waldo de los Ríos * Los molinos de tu espíritu
Carson Robison * We're Gonna Have to Slap the Dirty Little Japs
Constrict Anus 9
Mike Batt * Superfly
Carolina Cotton * Yodel Yodel Yodel
Constrict Anus 10
Alleee 2

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