Friday, April 10, 2020

You won't want to miss this

Unauthorized meets Unauthorized as the Big Bear hosts The Legend Chuck Dixon on his livestream at 9:30 AM Pacific. I am reliably informed they will be discussing Batman, among other things.

In honor of The Legend's appearance, Arkhaven Comics has published the second episode of Chuck Dixon's Avalon #1 The Street Rules: Temptation. You can read it on your computer or your mobile device.



Blogger Jon D. April 10, 2020 11:19 AM  

Exciting stuff. Chuck is such a great person to talk to and listen to! A treasure trove of knowledge.

Blogger OvergrownHobbit April 10, 2020 12:39 PM  

I forgot that you shouldn't drink your morning coffee while watching Mr. Benjamin. Episode 796 "Heroes of the Coronapocalypse".

Back to looking for the actual stream.

Blogger Reader April 10, 2020 1:52 PM  

Chuck Dixon comes across as a decent and sincere man. BB cracked him up. That was an entertaining stream.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan April 10, 2020 1:59 PM  

Speaking of Unauthorized has the Cuban commie government imprisoned David?

Blogger TiredPoorHungry April 10, 2020 2:39 PM  

2 comic legends.

Blogger TiredPoorHungry April 10, 2020 2:45 PM  

The way this group ruffles the Gamma feathers reminds me of the Yancy Street Gang and the "Thing" (Ben Grimm). Except their "Clobberin Time" is more of a self-inflicted fist fest.

Blogger WoodlandWashingWashington April 10, 2020 3:24 PM  

It was a great conversation! It was my first introduction to The Legend. I loved getting to know Chuck and his wife sounds wonderful! I have his Clinton Cash book and I'm looking forward to discovering more of his work.

Blogger Archella April 10, 2020 10:56 PM  

Just watching this now, one of the best streams ever.

Blogger Ska_Boss April 11, 2020 11:00 AM  

Still waiting for this to show up on Unauthorized

Blogger TMLutas April 11, 2020 2:33 PM  

David Ricardo will never be buried forever. It's wishful thinking to say so. When foreign production plus transport is less expensive than local production a certain percentage of the producers will move some of their production to the foreign land and gain marketshare by lowering their sales price. Some things are unique after all and can't be made locally everywhere. There was only one Stradivarius.

What could, but probably won't happen is that for national defense reasons productive capacity could be created so that foreign lands cannot, for political reasons, cut off supply and mothballed in automated production facilities that are periodically updated. We would have to have a foresighted and talented political class to set that up and a certain level of patriotism from then on to keep it going if done publicly. It would be theoretically possible to do it privately via an endowment but I don't see this generation doing it.

Blogger Akulkis April 11, 2020 4:34 PM  

GenX remembers when American stores were filled with American-made products, and the only stuff that was imported was exotic fruits and veggies, and very HIGH-end items. We also remember when any American looking for work could find work that paid enough to cover the bills, not one in which even those with STEM degrees have to go looking for work serving over-priced coffee by the cup.

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