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Coffee with Comrades

Nov 6, 2018

**This episode is dedicated to the memory of Dr. Nancy Van Vessem, a professor at FSU’s College of Medicine, and Maura Binkley, an FSU English student, murdered by the fascist violence of misogyny & racism. Rest in power, Maura & Nancy.**

This week, Bree and Pearson tackle the classic Tarantino motion picture, Pulp Fiction. But, first, this week in the news:

Pulp Fiction is an infamous film in the history of the silver-screen. Bree and Pearson discuss gender, nihilistic violence, Americana, late-stage capitalism, power dynamics, Guy Debord, Deleuze and Guattari, statelessness, nomadism, and lawless freedom.

Pour yourself a cup o’ “some serious gourmet shit” and enjoy our discussion of Pulp Fiction!

Support our courageous Tallahassee comrade, Shelby, as she defends herself from far-right threats of violence.

PS. Stick around to the very end for a fun super-cut.

Intro: “I Ain’t Got No Home in this World” by Woody Guthrie

Interlude: “Misirlou” by Dick Dale

Outro: “You Never Can Tell” by Chuck Berry