Bill Buppert in Search Of The Lost Chord – Michael Dean After Dark live radio archive


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Michael W. Dean and retired Army officer Bill Buppert search for the lost chord in all the right places. Government is mentioned very little, and that’s a good thing.

Bill Buppert is the founder of and author of ZeroGov: Limited Government, Unicorns and Other Mythological Creatures.

Michael W. Dean wrote this…

“It’s all about art. Whether you’re painting the ceiling of the chapel, or banging out three shaky chords in the garage, you are declaring your intention to smear your soul on the veil of the infinite.”

…in the unproduced screenplay of this book.

Here are several books on diet and exercise that Bill recommends and mentioned (+ some books he recommends but didn’t get around to mentioning because MWD talks a lot):



How to Read a Book:



3 thoughts on “Bill Buppert in Search Of The Lost Chord – Michael Dean After Dark live radio archive”

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  2. Congrats on Michael Dean After Dark. I was sorry to see Anarchy Gumbo go, and am happy to see it reborn in new form. It is already a “go-to” when I pull up my podcasts.

  3. I really enjoyed ANARCHTalks with Michael Dean, we will give TEDTalks a run for their money.

    Michael is the Professor of the Circle A J-School and I am glad to be his apprentice.

    Look forward to coming back on…


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