With equal parts humor and in-depth analysis, Asher, Rob, and Jason safeguard their sanity while probing crazy-making topics like climate change, overshoot, runaway capitalism, and why we’re all deluding ourselves.
Bonus: Green Dreamer with Jason Bradford
Through the lens of resilience science, Jason Bradford discusses energy and food systems and explains why the future is rural.
Bonus: The Practical Stoic with Richard Heinberg
Simon Drew is the host of The Practical Stoic, an outstanding podcast that explores philosophy and the human predicament. In this episode, Simon invites Richard Heinberg, senior fellow at the Post Carbon Institute, for a lively and wide-ranging...
Bonus: Decolonizing the Mind with Sherri Mitchell
Asher Miller interviews Sherri Mitchell on the opportunity to decolonize our minds, hearts, and all of society.
Tis but a Scratch: the Insanity of Returning to Normal
In the season finale of Crazy Town during this upside down year of 2020, it's only fitting that a return to "normal" actually means a return to "crazy."
A Time to Speak up, but Also a Time to Shut up: White Privilege in America
With ongoing brutality against African Americans and other people of color, it's a time to speak up, but if you're white, it's also a time to shut up and listen.
The Crazy Town Mailbag: We Heard from You, and It Wasn’t as Bad as We Thought
Witty insults? Check. Inspiring ideas about how people have changed their lives and communities? Check. Lots of laughs? Check. It must be the Crazy Town mailbag episode.
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This one. Listen to this one.
This is just a fantastic, well-produced podcast that allows you to laugh off the darkest, most difficult subjects imaginable … turns out that at least three of the horsemen are also stand up comics. Just subscribe and put this in your weekly mix. You’ll end up smarter, better prepared and, surprisingly, more sane. You’ll see!
I love the way Asher, Jason, and Rob talk about the real problems in the world and how people will consistently deny the effects and undeniable result of our society. We need more of this!!
Great walk between delusion and denial
I have enjoyed this podcast from its first year—the hosts are knowledgeable and possess a great dynamic. Most importantly they help identify the various “delusions and denials” that surround most discussions of resource constraints and modern society’s energy predicament; moreover they do this ample sympathy and no judgmental finger wagging.