HAPPY THIRD YEAR OF THE POD, LISTENERS!!!!!
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That being said, we thought we'd take a left at Albuquerque and riff a little on this idea we've been throwing around for a while: what does it mean to be "punk rock" (other than the music of course!)?? What is the energy and the attitude AND - what characters in Shakespeare plays could be considered "punk?"
In today's episode, we discuss this intriguing (to us, and hopefully, to you!) idea of anarchy and anti-establishment thinking. And we'd love to hear what you have to say about it!!!
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