Tuesday, September 13th, 2011 Sept. 13, 2011

from Natural Home Remedies· ·

Another dose of that good old fashioned "real talk" is served up on today's show, courtesy David Walker, of course, who always gets down to the grittiest of nittys whenever any subject comes up, and today's subject involves artificiality, and its uses as both a means to grow an audience, and a prison that traps you inside it. Examples of this phenomenon include Adam Sandler, Tyler Perry, Ronald Reagan, Master P and Sylvester Stallone, and those examples spawn more than a few questions that, honestly, the members of today's show are having a bit of trouble answering for themselves. How …



Another dose of that good old fashioned "real talk" is served up on today's show, courtesy David Walker, of course, who always gets down to the grittiest of nittys whenever any subject comes up, and today's subject involves artificiality, and its uses as both a means to grow an audience, and a prison that traps you inside it. Examples of this phenomenon include Adam Sandler, Tyler Perry, Ronald Reagan, Master P and Sylvester Stallone, and those examples spawn more than a few questions that, honestly, the members of today's show are having a bit of trouble answering for themselves. How much more important is being remembered than being good? The answers are simultaneously disillusioning, enlightening, hopeful and scary. And if the tone of the show seems a little raggedy, you'll understand why at the end, when Fatboy tells a train story that's way different than his normal kind.

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