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I'm interviewed on oneradionetwork

 
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I'm interviewed for an hour.

I convey my "scary clowns" theory. I do thing where I try to express the difference between organic and permaculture.

Go here and scroll down a ways to listen to this.

 
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It is cool to see your "duke" title in digital ink on someone else's site!
 
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Yea Paul,

Keep reaching new audiences and venues with the inspiration and humor that you share with us all

I cant wait to go to florida and catch some warm days in the middle of winter!

planting a food forest in San Diego right now, overstacking with hefty numbers a la Geoff Lawton. more than 10:1 N fixer trees to fruit trees, etc.

accelerated succession is definitely much different than organic
 
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the 1st one of your podcast that I listened to.
It was good, now even more people knows about permaculture.

I love the way how you answered that while compost pile is better than landfill, giving it to animals to compost and distribute it is even lazier/better.
 
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Awesome interview. Really liked the scary clowns theory.
 
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Thanks for pointing me towards that--I liked it a lot! I agree, you are a terrific guest and you should do that more often. I'd be curious to see if your web stats change after broadcast.
 
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Ha! Scary clowns... : ) A very apt metaphor for what I fear to be a very realistic appraisal of the political situation.

Great to see the word getting out via new media to new audiences. And I totally echo the sentiment expressed by R. Hasting: I couldn't help but smile when I went to the OneRadioNetwork site and read "Paul Wheaton, the Duke of Permaculture"!

At the same time, though, I couldn't help but cringe when I read someone above saying that this was the first podcast in which they've ever heard Paul talk his stuff. I just didn't like Mr. Timpone's style. Sure, he was a perfectly polite host and an interested participant in the discussion, but he kept repeating or re-phrasing Paul's statements in ways that confused or mis-characterized (what I took to be) the original intent. Did anyone else have the same reaction?
 
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Paul sounds like a natural. Interviewer slant and spin comes w/the territory, keeps one on their toes. But the territory can be worthwhile and it sounds like Paul is at home there.

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