Wednesday, 30 July 2008

Heads up for this afternoon

_indexprodosbridgeroad Tune into 'The Panel' at 4:45 on Jim Mora's afternoon radio show on National Radio. 

Chris Trotter, Joanne Black, and Australian Objectivist and internet radio host and blogger Prodos (right) lock horns over Austalia's new ban on smoking in your own car.  It should be entertaining.

National Radio's frequencies and online archives can be found here.

UPDATE:  As predicted, it was great radio.  Combative as always, Prodos began by insisting Radio NZ be privatised, told the panel the ban puts the "Sieg Heil" into "inhale," and still had time left over to give Chris Trotter a brief lesson in dialectical materialism.  You can listen to it all here [audio]. Prodos comes on about ten minutes in.


  1. Is this the guy who ran the objectivist Physics forum discussion list a few years ago?

  2. Well worth a listen!

  3. There is no such thing as Objectivist physics. There is only physics.

  4. I presume he ran an Objectivist Forum on physics.

  5. Oh indeed. But there are are several Objectivist physics-lists (the noun here is not 'physics,' but 'physics lists').

    I suspect there are also several Objectivist grammar lists, if you're interested? ;^)

  6. Bernard

    You mean you have not heard of wimmin's physics or indigenous physics or creation physics or national socialist physics etc etc....?

    Where you bin?


  7. Sorry. False alarm from the bullshit detector. As you were :-)

  8. It's still fucking radio-socialism

    listening to this makes you a bludger


    now why don't you just fuck off, join a union, and vote for Helen - you may as well

  9. Anon,

    You pay tax!?!? Tax is the lifeblood of the socialist machine. By paying tax you are actively supporting socialism. You Pinko-commie. Why don't you fuck of to north Korea--your spiritual home.


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