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Scott McDonald is the Ancap Barber. Born and raised in Huntsville, Alabama. He seeks to spread the ideals of liberty, do old school haircuts and engage in his own personal style of outright f***ery.
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Apr 6, 2018
Hey folks, It's time for the Ancap Barber Shop!
 
In this episode, we are discussing #Bottomunity and Argumentation Ethics. 
 
But first, Scott installed some new camera mounts, so go check them out! The Facebook live stream is posted below:
 
 
Pretty cool right? We're also producing some extra Patreon content this month so consider jumping in at one of our four Patreon tiers! You can learn more at:
 
 
If you sign up at the Buzzcut level of $1 per podcast episode you can expect to see a new commentary track this month. Go to facebook.com/ancapbarbershop 
and let us know what movie you'd like to listen to us watch! You'll also get a bonus episode between Scott and Dave discussing Flat Earthers!
 
If you sign up at the Gentleman's cut Level of $5 per episode you'll get two live streams this month!
 
And if you sign up at the Pompadour level of $10 dollars per episode, or the Executive Contour level of $25 per episode you get the already released April 2018 episode of "A Little Off The Top" where Scott discusses the arrest of "Count Dankula", the Scottish YouTuber that made a video of his girlfriend's pug doing the ole Zieg Heil. 
 
James Weeks (LNC Stripper), made a Facebook video discussing #bottomunity. The idea is the unification of the two bottom quadrants of the political compass, in juxtaposition to either quadrant unifying with their respective "counterpart". The boys discuss their opinions and weigh the pros and cons.
 
They then move on to discuss argumentation ethics, the rationalist justification of libertarian ethics that Hans Herman Hoppe derived from studying argumentation. The basic idea is that if you have chosen to argue with someone over a dispute instead of using force to settle the dispute, you are practicing a pursuit of peaceful ends to the argument. Hoppe makes it clear that you could at any point in the argument (or afterward) shift to using force instead of arguing peacefully, but you couldn't do so justifiably. You would be contradicting the precedent you had already set by arguing instead of taking what you want with violence. 
 
We hope you enjoyed this episode and don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel and leave us a review and a 5-star rating on your podcatcher.
 
Worms!
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