IHPM — Episode #58


The Pop­ma­chine looks at race and why there’s so much agi­ta­tion and divi­sion among the races.


Repo­man: “Gimme a blow job”.


  • Some­where Here on Earth — Prince
  • Cry­ing Blue Rain — Jimi Hen­drix
  • Mil­lion Miles — Bon­nie Raitt
  • After Hours Blues — Eric Clap­ton
  • Sil­ly Put­ty — Stan­ley Clarke
  • Oh Dad­dy — Fleet­wood Mac
  • Sum­mer­time — Book­er T & the M.G’s
  • Vein Melter — Her­bie Han­cock
  • Tea Leaf Prophe­cy — Her­bie Han­cock
  • Down by the Sea — Men At Work
  • Inter­face Sim­u­la­tion Loop — Buck­et Head-Prax­is


The Super Sleuth (Episode 6) — The Adven­tures of Super­man


Police Shoot­ings — Var­i­ous Con­trib­u­tors

Jaw Jack

Weigh-In (The true rea­son for racism and white suprema­cy) — Ira Har­mon


Recommended Reading:

978-0-399-18412-3 But What If We’re Wrong? by Chuck Kloster­man (ISBN: 978–0-399–18412-3) — But What If We’re Wrong? visu­al­izes the con­tem­po­rary world as it will appear to those who’ll per­ceive it as the dis­tant past. Chuck Kloster­man asks ques­tions that are pro­found in their sim­plic­i­ty: How cer­tain are we about our under­stand­ing of grav­i­ty? How cer­tain are we about our under­stand­ing of time? What will be the defin­ing mem­o­ry of rock music, five hun­dred years from today? How seri­ous­ly should we view the con­tent of our dreams? How seri­ous­ly should we view the con­tent of tele­vi­sion? Are all sports des­tined for extinc­tion? Is it pos­si­ble that the great­est artist of our era is cur­rent­ly unknown (or—weirder still—widely known, but entire­ly dis­re­spect­ed)? Is it pos­si­ble that we “over­rate” democ­ra­cy? And per­haps most dis­turb­ing, is it pos­si­ble that we’ve reached the end of knowl­edge?
978-0-399-58824-2 Jack­son, 1964 (and oth­er dis­patch­es from fifty years of report­ing on race in Amer­i­ca) by Calvin Trillin (ISBN: 978–0-399–58824-2) — From best­selling author and beloved New York­er writer Calvin Trillin, a deeply res­o­nant, career-span­ning col­lec­tion of arti­cles on race and racism, from the 1960s to the present.

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