Topics discussed: “Operation Odyssey Dawn” in Libya; Whoopi Goldberg’s “puppy mills” comment; update on the fallout from the protest of a muslim “charity” event in Yorba Linda; two philosophy of law questions — one on obtaining civil damages from a defendant who was acquitted of the crime at issue, one on privacy in an age where cellphones and portable video cameras are ubiquitous; Duran Duran as pioneers in the use of technology — again!
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Those who are interested in checking out the Duran Duran “Unstaged” event I discussed at the end of the podcast can check it out here. That YouTube channel also offers a ton of “classic” Duran Duran videos including the lavishly filmed (for the time) “Hungry Like the Wolf” and “Rio”. So, all you Durannies, enjoy the trip down memory lane! Oh, and here is the post where I discuss the time I met Simon LeBon and asked him about his purportedly being influenced by Ayn Rand.
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