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The most popular guest in show history is back! NL and Isaac dive into a wide range of topics on this weeks episode. Topics Discussed: – Why did NL decide to celebrate Dia de Muertos (Day of The Dead) – Celebrations from other cultures – Why has Marvel been so successful with taking superheroes to movies, when DC hasn’t – Pop culture trends – Professionals trying to be unprofessional – NL’s book – Dire perfume names – Starting to use Facebook – Unschooling & Creating your own structure – Starting a sandwich business – The biggest differences for in life as a 12-year-old today vs. twenty years ago Links: – IM Podcast Episode 17 What It’s Like to Be an Unschooled with NL Morehouse isaacmorehouse.com/2015/06/15/epis…h-nl-morehouse/ – Star Wars Review Episode with NL Morehouse isaacmorehouse.com/2015/12/21/star…s-movie-review/ – Interview with a Nine Year Old with NL Morehouse isaacmorehouse.com/2014/05/12/inte…-nine-year-old/ – Interview with an Eight-Year-Old with NL Morehouse isaacmorehouse.com/2013/04/08/inte…eight-year-old/ – theblogofnl.wordpress.com

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I'm an entrepreneur, thinker, and communicator dedicated to the relentless pursuit of freedom. I'm the founder and CEO of Praxis, an intensive ten-month program combining real world business experience with the best of online education for those who want more than college.

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  • I was really hoping that when this site launched that there would be a way (similar to LinkedIn but made up of liberty-folk) to search members’ professional experience.  I think it would be awesome to create a team of liberty professionals to bid on work together. I’ve found that contracts and projects go a lot smoother when like-minded people are involved. Not only that but we would be furthering the cause of liberty by employing or being employed by each other and each other’s companies. Late last year, I even floated the idea of a liberty-centered job fair to some friends. The idea was a hit, but I dragged my feet on it since finding out we are expecting our first kid. :-/  I’ll start a separate discussion about the potentials of this idea and possible organization. In the absence of a professions search feature, here’s a quick summary of the services I can offer: I’m a registered Professional Engineer in Fire Protection (fire alarm systems, sprinkler systems, life safety reviews, building/fire code review, etc.). I worked in the nuclear power industry for about 7 years and now I mainly do rack storage, warehousing, and commercial buildings. I also own a fine art foundry where we cast bronze art (statues, monuments, reliefs, etc.). Shameless plug for HotScotsmen.com I’m also getting into real estate investment and am in the process of obtaining my first rental. Connect with me on here and/or LinkedIn if you think we can help each other in any way. Make a note in your LinkedIn request about liberty so I know you’re not just another recruiter. My LinkedIn profile

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  • Anybody reading any new comic books? Every Wednesday new comic books get released. I’m curious if any of you are picking some up. Right now I’m reading Sheriff of Babylon, Southern Bastards, Kaijumax, I Hate Fairyland, Black Road, Dept. H, Mirror, and Star Trek.

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  • Episode 1 and 2 are up.  Isn’t isn’t great yet, but I would love any input you all have to make it better. Episode 1: The Marvel Cinematic Universe and Government Episode 2: Liberty Minded TV Shows http://laissezsquares.wordpress.com/

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  • I asked about your favorite comic books (and expected a flood of replies!), but I forgot to mention what may be the most important comic book in our tradition. Yesterday, the Libertarian Liquidationist reminded us of THE comic book for libertarians: The Berlin Batman, in which an alternate-history version of the Dark Knight tries to foil the Nazi’s confiscation of Ludwig von Mises’s papers. I learned about this post because the LL includes a link to an old blog post of mine, in which I quote Brian Doherty and link to Paul Cantor on this perfect storm of pop culture and Austrolibertarian history.

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  • Does it matter that if he dies, all the (potentially) universe destroying baddies within him are released.   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galactus

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