In this one, we’re talking about astrology, bigfoot, suicide cults, Dave Chapelle’s new comedy special and new Jeffrey Epstein news. Strap in and get ready, you don’t want to miss this one!

What up fools! It’s time for the show notes that go along with the Ancap Barber Shop Greatest Podcast On Earth Podcast and if you’ve ever taken the time to read the show notes you’re a true fan, you’re close to my heart and you know that they’re a show of their own. This ship sails it’s own seas, yeah. So sorry it’s been a while and I haven’t put this one out. Shit gets real out here in the streets and it’s tough to make it on a podcaster’s salary so to maintain the lifestyle I’ve grown accustomed to (canned sausages, Skoal, and non-alcoholic beers) sometimes we have to focus on other, more boring things. So anyways on to the show…

A very dedicated unnamed fan left a convoluted voicemail and I didn’t pay attention to most of it except for the part where he said that the Ancap Barber Shop was the greatest podcast on earth and the parts where he tried to pimp some less savory, however commercially VIABLE libertarian podcasts. Come on guys don’t do that shit. Anyways sorry we talked over it so much but we spent a lot of time getting through it so good for you fella if that’s what you’re into.

Lol Chris Sprangle.

Damn, we need to get Dave on soon to talk about all this Shane Gillis shit. If you don’t know Shane is a Philly/NY comic that I’ve been a big fan of for a few years. He just got a job as a cast member of SNL but lost the gig because a few hours after the announcement some busybody found an ep of Matt and Shane’s Secret Podcast where Shane did a really funny Asian voice and used a bad bad racial slur. Dave and I have been following the story so yeah, we’ll talk about it.

Somebody left us another VM in a different language. It sounded like a hex to me, which may have something to do with us not putting out a hawt cast for a minute. Who Knows.

Another crummy voicemail.

Oh yeah, this is the one where we roasted astrology a bunch. Damn that’s some crazy shit to believe. We did check out our horoscopes and mine was pretty stupid. To be honest Adam’s was on point though.

I’m a Virgo and Adam’s something else.

We move on to talk about Dave Chapelle’s new comedy special “Sticks and Stones”. It’s really offensive and it’s really funny. Chapelle is the GOAT!

We finish up talking about a drone pic that was maybe recently taken over Jeffrey Epstein’s island… Baby Saint James’ Island? Pedophile Island? Anyways it was a picture of a dude who was a dead ringer for Jeff Ep himself. I don’t know man, pretty weird stuff.

Hey so watch out for the next one coming out. We interview Adam Kokesh and it’s a sick ass interview.

Also, Adam made a twitter. It’s downtownadambrown but he doesn’t know how it’s spelled so good luck.

Well, I think that about wraps her up. We hope you enjoyed this one, and if you did you should like our facebook page, Instagram and Patreon.

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Meet the hosts

Scott McDonald is the Ancap Barber. Born and raised in Huntsville AL, he is an agorist barber extraordinaire. Along with his beautiful wife, Erika McDonald, he fathers the wonder child, Elsie McDonald. Scott has been involved in political and philosophical discussion for most of his adult life. His mission in life is to spread liberty at every opportunity, as well as eventually owning his own barber shop. Adam Brown is a musician, libertarian, and minarchist, as well as the co-host of the Ancap Barber Shop. He and Scott make up the doom country duo, Pinecone Percy. Adam believes in minimal government and personal freedoms, you will usually find him shredding on a guitar, banging on drums or debating anarchy and religion with Scott. He was born and raised in Huntsville, AL. His goal is to share his passion for freedom and liberty to anyone and everyone.


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