Today on everyone’s favorite conspiracy podcast:

13 past guests drop in to help celebrate the 100th episode milestone and share their latest research, thoughts, and ideas on a whole host of subjects. You can view the list below, or have some adventure in your life and don’t read the spoilers. Thanks to all the listeners who keep THC alive, enjoy!

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GUEST LIST:

Anthony Peake (9:50)

Neil Sanders (22:10)

Kevin Annett (39:40)

Jacque Fresco & Roxanne Meadows (48:20)

Jim Elvidge (1:04:00)

Lenon Honor (1:17:30)

Douglas Dietrich (1:34:30)

Freeman Fly (1:48:30)

Colin Andrews (2:05:30)

Jamie Hanshaw (2:16:50)

Kathleen Marden (2:25:30)

Olav Phillips (2:43:30)

Wendy Tremayne & Mikey 2:54:30)

Ending/Bonus (3:22:30)

 

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5 responses to “The 100th Episode Special”

  1. Hey man I’ve been listening to your show for a while, but I can’t listen to the 100th episode, as it says I can’t access this episode on youtube without a computer. My laptop got stolen and I haven’t got a new one yet. Just wondering how I can hear some new THC? Please and thank you.

     
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    • The episodes do go on YouTube but it’s the slowest and clunkiest way to listen to the show. If you have a smartphone, get a podcast app like Stitcher or the Itunes/podcasting one. Just search The Higherside Chats and it’s right there. You can also just press the play button right on the website page, and the audio will play just fine. Thanks for listening!

       
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  2. Greg I follow Wendy and Mikey on their blog and really enjoy it because I disengaged from the 9 to 5 in 1983. Becasue you mentioned that you are paying rent, I want to suggest to, if at all possible, find the area that you would love to retire too and go there now. Also for housing, put a downpayment on a five unit (or more) apartment building. This can become your permanent place, paid for by the renters for the rest of your life. Housing is a huge chunk of anybodys budget. Wendy mentioned getting something cheap. I agree. Small towns are very cheap and much safer. Best of luck.

     
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