Media Stick: Naked Freemasons, the NRA and priest's with guns
This week Graeme talks with Paul Casserly for Media Stick. They discuss a naked Freemason, Quincy Jones, the NRA and priests with guns.
Earlier this week the daily mail published an article with a rather catchy title ;
Former Freemason, 51, found drunk and naked inside a huge pipe organ with a toy gun and remote-controlled police car says he got lost while trying to hand out cheeseburgers to the homeless
Glenn Langford was arrested on Wednesday after allegedly flooding the Brisbane Masonic Memorial Centre and setting off the fire alarms.
Langford maintains that he was well-intentioned, and simply drank too much whiskey before he could hand out the cheeseburgers.
Mr. Casserly revisits the Quincy Jones affair from the last two weeks. Mr. Jones has come out regarding his odd allegations stating the his "word vomit" has tarnished his intended messages.
Billy Graeme passed away this week. Enough said.
This week Vice reporter Frank Lutz managed to get together a variety of current and past NRA members to look at gun laws and reforms. Check out the video below.
The NRA was in the media for something else this week. Senator Rubio and other NRA members such as Dana Loesch were confronted by the students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. The students demand change and are adamant that
We call BS
Mr. Casserly looks at the new Chris Morris release 'priests with guns' on show Brass Eye. It is one you don't want to miss. Check it out below.
The pair takes a look at the band Moon Lander's ironic tune Pseudoephedrine. It's a tune that is relevant to anyone who has wanted to clear their nose without feeling like a criminal. Give the tune a listen here.
Professor David Nut will be speaking at Auckland University tomorrow night. The drug writer will be discussing the absence of drug research, and the importance of it now. If you're interested in the talk, have a look here.
Graeme and Paul take a look at Dan Carlin's podcast Hardcore History's latest episode 'Painfotainment'. The podcast looks at the importance of pain in drama and entertainment. Carlin ask's when does it get too real? Just a warning - this episode has very intense subject matter so it's not for the faint of heart. Check it out here.
And the Kings Arms is closing next week. Graeme and Paul have a look at the iconic gig venue that is sadly closing its doors next Wednesday.
Listen to the full audio with Paul above.
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