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Video: David Seaman on the Joe Rogan Experience talking about NSA revelations


http://youtu.be/y6xkxLKrDPw

For those with limited time or short attention spans, this interview/podcast is 2hrs:28min long. Plan accordingly, ie., popcorn, comfy seat, etc.

As requested by 'ronpaul1fan' below, the general topic of conversation is the NSA surveillance program. I have not watched the entire video yet, but I assume any other topics will be related in nature. I also adjusted the title to reflect this.



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contents, so each can decide if the subject matter is of interest? Thank you.

Second hour mostly rambling.

The guys bounce around from topic to topic for brief amounts of time. Even talk about "butter coffee" around 1:30. They show the Steve W. in the airport video (~1:04), but only discuss for a few seconds. Not saying that they're not interesting, just no prolonged discussion on any one topic.

Got thru the first hour...

Min 0 - 8.5, talks about sponsors of his show and bs's with his sidekick.
Min 8.5 to 38: NSA related
Min 38 - 50: Obama, how they are disillusioned based on the platform he ran on in 2008, the upcoming $100 million trip, precedent of drone kills, and how he's either lying or ignorant about what NSA is doing.
Min 50: Interesting conversation about how the internet business model is requiring you to need less money. Examples of how so many things are available on-line for free. Education will move that direction.
Min 55: Mentioned Turkey and Brazil protests.

Cheers, thanks

I'm at work still so haven't gotten to the rest of it.

Hey, where's the upvotes? ;)

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Title adjusted and brief summary added

Thank you for the suggestion :)

"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin