IHPM — Episode #95


Ira fin­ish­es his month long series on how to avoid becom­ing marked by the beast known as the NCIC (Nation­al Crime Infor­ma­tion Cen­ter) by avoid­ing look­ing like a juicy tar­get for police. Richard Pry­or talks about Jail and police. Nerd News talks about banned car­toons and new releas­es. Music is an hour of the Funky Genius of George Clin­ton and P‑Funk Par­lia­ment Funkadel­ic. Old Time Radio wraps the case of The Sil­ver Blue Mat­ter on Yours Tru­ly John­ny Dol­lar.

Opening Clip:

Banana Juice — Andrew Dice Clay


  • Get Off Your Ass and Jam — Par­lia­ment
  • Jolene — Funkadel­ic
  • I’d Rather Be With You — Boot­sy Collins
  • Be My Beach — Boot­sy Collins
  • Moth­er­ship Con­nec­tion (Star Child)Par­lia­ment
  • Baby Like Fonkin’ It Up — Par­lia­ment
  • Nev­er End­ing Love (Feat. Beli­ta Woods)Par­lia­ment
  • Math­e­mat­ics — Par­lia­ment
  • Funky Kind (Gonna Knock It Down)Par­lia­ment
  • Don’t Dance Too Close (Feat. Beli­ta Woods)Par­lia­ment
  • Rock The Par­ty — Par­lia­ment


Just Us — Richard Pry­or

Old Time Radio:

The Sil­ver Blue Mat­ter Part 5 — Yours Tru­ly John­ny Dol­lar


Police vs Nig­gers — Richard Pry­or

Jaw Jack:

Jail Is For Suck­ers — Ira Har­mon

Nerd News:

  • 15 Banned Car­toons
  • New Releas­es for Wednes­day May 31 2017

Sign Off

Recommended Reading:

Arrest-Proof Your­self
by Wes Den­ham
(ISBN: 978–1613748046)
This eye-open­ing book tells you every­thing you need to know about how cops oper­ate, the lit­tle things that can get you in trou­ble, and how to stay free from the hun­gry jaws of the crim­i­nal jus­tice sys­tem. It is now updat­ed with new and impor­tant infor­ma­tion on the right of the police to search your car; on guns, knives, and self-defense; and on changes in sur­veil­lance meth­ods.
Arrest­ed: What to Do When Your Loved One’s in Jail
by Wes Den­ham
(ISBN: 978–1556528347)
Syn­op­sis: Arrest­ed is the only guide to sup­port­ing fam­i­ly mem­bers fac­ing crim­i­nal charges. It explains how to make deci­sions that are in the best inter­ests of the entire family—not just the defendant—and pro­vides check­lists of what things to do, and in what order. Form let­ters called “jail mail” are includ­ed to help read­ers quick­ly send impor­tant infor­ma­tion to inmates.

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