Monday, June 23, 2008


In all my years I've never actually sat down and done a recorded interview where I was the fella being interviewed, until yesterday. VINDALOO COCKTAIL is a cool podcast created & managed by the Cousin Creep media empire, run straight outta Bakersfield by way of Melbourne, Australia. "Cuz" was kind enough to want to talk with me about the various blogs I have something to do with, primarily FIRST PRINCIPLES (so be warned!). I don't know what I said or if I sounded like a mo-ron, but that's your call. If you're even the least bit interested, the show can be streamed here - it's "Episode 5 - Insert Caption Here".


Anonymous said...

Oh, Jay. You talk so fast!

Brushback said...

I'd listen to more of it, but there doesn't seem to be a way to skip over that crappy song.

Anonymous said...

"The left has always had a cozy approach towards radical Islam."

Oh, really? What HORSESHIT! It's Dumbya Bush playing kissy-face with Abdullah in public, and the Saudis are the source and the moneybags for radical Islam. Pay attention.

Why didn't you just offer the Aussie Savage-loving Nazi a big sloppy blowjob while you were at it?

Not that this comment will survive - you've been censoring me over and over again. But you're essentially out of your mind.

Stop worrying about the "coverage" and check out Glenn Greenwald and Andrew Sullivan (left and right, respectively) and a few other strong bloggers. Get your head out of Wolf Blitzer's ass.

Do you really think Obama and Bush are poles apart when it comes to the holy "free market," by the way? Are you 12 years old or what? And what "lot of the left" likes McCain? There is no such animal.

You admit that you're not exactly well-versed on politics - and it shows. Sadly and deeply.

Unknown said...

When I get a spare moment, I'll give this a listen. Weird to hear Cuz's voice again - he sounds bizarrely "peppy" in the opening segment - he was a good buddy down here about 15 years ago. However, I never discussed politics w/ the guy, so it'll be interesting to hear what he (and you) have to say.