Dr. Frank (Mr. T Experience) is a libertarian

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Dr. Frank (Mr. T Experience) is a libertarian

  • Rebecca Lau

    I met him today at a Reason Magazine event. I was so happy. He said that he is longtime friends with Nick Gillespie (Reason.com editor in chief).

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    • Dan Rice

      I love Mr T Experience.  Have you ever seen the movie Glory Daze?

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        Rebecca Lau

        No

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      Dan Rice

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      Dan Rice

      Not an Oscar quality movie, but the soundtrack has the Vandals, NOFX, Mr T experience, Bad Religion, Assorted Jellybeans.

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      Richard Masta

      I’ve been a follower of Dr. Frank since — I don’t know — 2003 or so. I sensed in his lyrics after I became libertarian that trend. On his site today, he is likely to link something from reason mingled in with his dweeby hipster novelist posts.

      He is my biggest influence as a writer; as a performer, he is right up there. Find the Insubordination Fest videos of him. What a drunken hero. Then he blurts out something on paper way more intelligent than you’ve ever heard. It’s no surprise he’s a libertarian.

      Thanks for posting this! Too bad this isn’t an article, with an exclusive interview!

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