My Bourbon and Cigar Entertaining Discussed on Slate Culture Gabfest

by Stephan Kinsella on April 5, 2010

in Culture

Taylor Roesch, Kinsella, et al.This is funny. The Slate Culture Gabfest (just about my favorite podcast) had a contest for the best “conversion story”–where a listener would turn some friends or others on to the podcast. One of the entries was by Taylor Roesch, a documentarian.

Coincidentally, Roesch interviewed me at my house a few months ago for a documentary (see Who Owns You? — Gene Patent Documentary), and during libations and sticks after, I mentioned the Culture Gabfest and we found we had a mutual interest. Since I am the notorious “gray-scale croissant” commentator on their Facebook page, Taylor mentioned this in his entry. Go to 35:30 or so of the March 30 episode. It’s very funny; Taylor almost won, but, alas, the blind kiwi listening to the podcast on a donkey in the Grand Canyon edged him out. Metcalf refers to me as a “nettlesome libertarian.” Ha!

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ishmael daro April 8, 2010 at 4:37 am

That part of the podcast made me laugh. I don’t go to the Facebook page as often as I used to, but I’m definitely familiar with the croissant. Jolly good fun.

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