Primal Anarchy Podcast 23

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Primal Anarchy Podcast Episode 23: Ruins and Remains
December 6, 2019

House cleaning: listener feedback. Talking about the trouble with words and particularly problematic ones: community can be iffy, but tribes is a no go. Book clubs and online courses? Feed us your feedback and ideas. Field trip report back: Cahokia. Natasha and Kevin check in on their on going ruins tour with Cahokia, the Mississippian civilization that collapsed around 1250 AD. Talking about ruins and the final days before collapse, then discussing the nature of collapse in general. Kickstarter campaign: talking a bit about our two upcoming books; Origins - A John Zerzan Primer and Natasha’s Rites of Passage. Reading a bit from the intro of Origins and then Natasha talks poetry and reads a couple pieces from Rites. Discussing the remains of the wild on display in museums and the pathology of treating corpses like trophies, displayed unceremoniously. B&Gs books for closing out 2019, supporting our work and why.

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This week in bad photoshopping.

or could it be "Where am I?" Captions please, the funnier the better.

Kind of like the entire anarchist scene... but you have no other exit plan but to stay here acting like statler and waldorf.

I really like the new direction. Not that the old one was bad, but it was more reading text books. The new podcast direction is fun, and covers a lot more applied knowledge and background which helps me identify with the writers/speakers. I also live in Missouri as well, so it’s nice to hear about things that aren’t always in Portland.

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