Right Where You Are Sitting Now

CCN70image This week: US Veterans are not fans of drugs, The great Washington body-double conspiracy, Germany does it analogue!, The cows come home, Archie takes a bullet...finally, and loads more great gumph in this return to CCN greatness!

Personnel –  Raymond Wiley, Matt Staggs Frater Isla, and Ken Eakins

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Links

  • US Veterans Stop Taking Their Meds Link
  • Washington Body Doubles - Link
  • Germany goes back to the future with typewriters - Link
  • Freedom of choice...for cows - Link
  • Archie Takes a Bullet Lin
  • Robbie the Robot’s claws: Torah writing robot debuts - Link
  • Money well spent - Link
  • Russian scientists might be our saviours -Link
  • GCHQ Can Manipulate Social Media Link

Interlude: Sage Francis - Dance Monkey

Direct download: Coincidence_Control_Network__File_70_-_You_Are_Being_Lied_to...Sort_Of.mp3
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snrimg This episode Kim the usurper takes the interview throne, and interviews our second female guest to date, the wonderful Annie Jacobsen.

Annie has recently published a book called 'Operation Paperclip: The Secret Intelligence Program that Brought Nazi Scientists to America', says it all really.

World War II, Secret Nazi Scientists, what more do you need? Enjoy! [powerpress]

Ken's (yeah...KEN'S) musical slices this week come in the shape of:

Annie Jacobsen Bio:

Annie Jacobsen is an investigative journalist and author who writes about war, weapons, U.S. national security and government secrecy. Her newest book, “OPERATION PAPERCLIP: The Secret Intelligence Program That Brought Nazi Scientists to America,” published on February 11, 2014 and became an instant New York Times bestseller.

Her 2011 non-fiction bestseller, ”AREA 51: An Uncensored History of America’s Top Secret Military Base,” has been published in five languages and is being made into an AMC scripted television series with Gale Anne Hurd (Walking Dead, Terminator), and Chris Carter (X-Files). 

Annie Jacobsen graduated from St. Paul’s School and Princeton University where she wrote with Joyce Carol Oates and Paul Auster, studied Greek, and served as Captain of the Princeton Women’s Ice Hockey Team. She was a contributing editor for the Los Angeles Times Magazine from 2009 until it closed in 2013. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband Kevin and their two sons.

(source: http://anniejacobsen.com)

Direct download: EPISODE_47_-_Operation_Paperclip_with_Annie_Jacobsen.mp3
Category:SittingNow Radio -- posted at: 11:20am UTC

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