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A podcast about the foolish pursuit of life, clarity and context.

Latest Episodes

F R I S C O — (Part III of III)

EWhereas Part One looks into the origin of San Francisco’s F-word, and Part Two looks at the buildup and fallout of urban renewal in neighborhoods like Bayview-Hunters Point, Part Three looks at a far more sinister force and questions just how liberal and progressive this city really is.

62 MINOCT 2
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F R I S C O — (Part III of III)

F R I S C O — (Part II of III)

EA podcast episode about the history of San Francisco's black neighborhoods

59 MIN2018 NOV 21
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F R I S C O — (Part II of III)

Ep. 023 — F R I S C O (Part I of III)

EThe Story About San Francisco's F-Word

58 MIN2018 AUG 29
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Ep. 023 — F R I S C O (Part I of III)

Bougie Coffee

EA podcast episode about coffee.

60 MIN2018 APR 25
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Bougie Coffee

Trailer

An introduction to what Some Noise is all about...

2 MIN2018 APR 5
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Trailer

A State of Mind, Part II

Quote: “The devil is always in the details, right?” —Mark Baird About: If the State of Jefferson ever formed, it’s unlikely Anthony Bourdain would ever travel there for its pizza or burritos. Mark Baird, the “unofficial” leader of the State of Jefferson movement, likes to think they’d be known for their buffalo burgers. Though, he’ll admit, he’s in the minority. Most people behind this movement, he says, would probably prefer beef. Being in the minority is a feeling he’s had for quite some time. Living in Northern California with Baird’s heavy libertarian point-of-view would likely drive most people crazy, and out of the state. But Baird wants to stay. He’d just prefer he was living in a new state, a State of Jefferson. Feeling that he’s had no representation in how Sacramento operates, this semi-retired pilot and former buffalo rancher has spent the past several years convincing thousands of citizens along with cities, counties and mayors to join his grass-roots moveme...

71 MIN2017 DEC 15
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A State of Mind, Part II

A State of Mind, Part I

“Mr. Statham, would you consider giving San Francisco to Hawaii?” —Former Calif. Assemblyman Bill Morrow (Oceanside-R) About: If President Kennedy’s moon-shot set the tone that no challenge was too difficult, Donald Trump’s presidential victory reminds us that anything is possible, even creating a new U.S. state. In Northern California, like the proper north, there’s been a generation of folks who believe the time for 51 is now. And given the state of the current political landscape, now may be their best shot. Far from the reach of Sacramento, they’re living off the dream of a failed 1941 movement to split from the Golden State and live out their ideals in the name of the late president Thomas Jefferson. The first part of this two-part story welcomes you to the State of Jefferson. It’s an episode that dives into some of the history, the people, and most importantly, the reasons why thousands of ranchers, farmers and folks from Northern California passionately want nothing m...

64 MIN2017 NOV 1
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A State of Mind, Part I

Technology People

E“Thank you Mr. Machine...or Ms. Machine?” —John Zerzan About: What does one make of our future—like the one 50 years from now? The answer, or rather a possible answer, has a lot to do with choice and technology. Whether we survive or go extinct is, however, another question. Show Notes: [01:20] A link to download the Park Mobile app [01:25] “Inamorata (Marimba Solo)” by Blue Dot Sessions [04:40] “Inside the Tower” by Visager [06:15] More on Clooneys Pub (SFGate) [06:40] Light reading on the James Comey hearings (CNN) [07:50] More on Peter Eckersley (Electronic Frontier Foundation) [08:20] Light reading on the latest allegations of Russian interference in the 2016 US Election (The New York Times) [09:40] “When in the West” by Blue Dot Sessions [09:45] Light reading on: The abacus (Ryerson University) The astrolabe (Smithsonian Magazine) The sundial (How Stuff Works) The analytical engine (ThoughtCo) And a worthwhile video on Charles Babbage And this Crash Course series on t...

65 MIN2017 SEP 8
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Technology People

What Is It All About, Part III

E"I am not the 'Boont' God." —Rod DeWitt About: With wave after wave of socioeconomic changes crashing into the Anderson Valley, a quiet and historically agrarian area, the lifestyle that gave rise to Boontling is quickly fading away. The fate and the future of the kitschy tongue lies solely in how the community comes to terms with market forces, the environment and, most importantly, its values. Show Notes: [00:20] “Gymnopedies 2” by Blue Dot Sessions [01:10] Map of the Anderson Valley (SF Gate) [02:20] A list of some boontling terms Part I Part II [03:15] See more context here: [04:15] More on John Frati and Frati Horn (avwines.com) [05:25] “Veins of Coal” performed by Richie Stearns [06:45] Bruce Anderson response to Ep. 016 (The Anderson Valley Advertiser) [07:00] Instances of published satire gone awry [07:05] More light reading about the Anderson Valley Advertiser (Newsweek) [08:40] Light reading on David Severn’s time as publisher of The AVA (Editor & Publisher) [09:10] ...

54 MIN2017 JUL 18
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What Is It All About, Part III

What Is It All About, Part II

E“They’re living too fast.” —Wes ‘Deacon’ Smoot About: It used to be that you could grow apples, herd sheep, or fell timber and make a decent living in the Anderson Valley. But not even the few stop signs in this remote valley could slow down the incoming cash crop of grapes. The area’s long legacy of logging now takes a backseat to its newerreputation ofproducing some of the world’s best pinot noir. But how did a tucked-away valley 40 minutes from the Pacific Coast and the main highway all of a sudden become a major wine destination? And what toll did this have on a fractured community just reeling from the Redwood Summer days? And what does it mean for the future of the town's famous frontier language called Boontling? Show Notes: [00:30] “Curious Case” by Blue Dot Sessions [01:15] Map of the Anderson Valley [03:25] Press clippings about Anderson Valley: Sunset Magazine The New York Times The Wall Street Journal Travel+Leisure Gourmet [03:50] For more on Boontling, see Ep...

50 MIN2017 JUN 23
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What Is It All About, Part II

Latest Episodes

F R I S C O — (Part III of III)

EWhereas Part One looks into the origin of San Francisco’s F-word, and Part Two looks at the buildup and fallout of urban renewal in neighborhoods like Bayview-Hunters Point, Part Three looks at a far more sinister force and questions just how liberal and progressive this city really is.

62 MINOCT 2
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F R I S C O — (Part III of III)

F R I S C O — (Part II of III)

EA podcast episode about the history of San Francisco's black neighborhoods

59 MIN2018 NOV 21
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F R I S C O — (Part II of III)

Ep. 023 — F R I S C O (Part I of III)

EThe Story About San Francisco's F-Word

58 MIN2018 AUG 29
Comments
Ep. 023 — F R I S C O (Part I of III)

Bougie Coffee

EA podcast episode about coffee.

60 MIN2018 APR 25
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Bougie Coffee

Trailer

An introduction to what Some Noise is all about...

2 MIN2018 APR 5
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Trailer

A State of Mind, Part II

Quote: “The devil is always in the details, right?” —Mark Baird About: If the State of Jefferson ever formed, it’s unlikely Anthony Bourdain would ever travel there for its pizza or burritos. Mark Baird, the “unofficial” leader of the State of Jefferson movement, likes to think they’d be known for their buffalo burgers. Though, he’ll admit, he’s in the minority. Most people behind this movement, he says, would probably prefer beef. Being in the minority is a feeling he’s had for quite some time. Living in Northern California with Baird’s heavy libertarian point-of-view would likely drive most people crazy, and out of the state. But Baird wants to stay. He’d just prefer he was living in a new state, a State of Jefferson. Feeling that he’s had no representation in how Sacramento operates, this semi-retired pilot and former buffalo rancher has spent the past several years convincing thousands of citizens along with cities, counties and mayors to join his grass-roots moveme...

71 MIN2017 DEC 15
Comments
A State of Mind, Part II

A State of Mind, Part I

“Mr. Statham, would you consider giving San Francisco to Hawaii?” —Former Calif. Assemblyman Bill Morrow (Oceanside-R) About: If President Kennedy’s moon-shot set the tone that no challenge was too difficult, Donald Trump’s presidential victory reminds us that anything is possible, even creating a new U.S. state. In Northern California, like the proper north, there’s been a generation of folks who believe the time for 51 is now. And given the state of the current political landscape, now may be their best shot. Far from the reach of Sacramento, they’re living off the dream of a failed 1941 movement to split from the Golden State and live out their ideals in the name of the late president Thomas Jefferson. The first part of this two-part story welcomes you to the State of Jefferson. It’s an episode that dives into some of the history, the people, and most importantly, the reasons why thousands of ranchers, farmers and folks from Northern California passionately want nothing m...

64 MIN2017 NOV 1
Comments
A State of Mind, Part I

Technology People

E“Thank you Mr. Machine...or Ms. Machine?” —John Zerzan About: What does one make of our future—like the one 50 years from now? The answer, or rather a possible answer, has a lot to do with choice and technology. Whether we survive or go extinct is, however, another question. Show Notes: [01:20] A link to download the Park Mobile app [01:25] “Inamorata (Marimba Solo)” by Blue Dot Sessions [04:40] “Inside the Tower” by Visager [06:15] More on Clooneys Pub (SFGate) [06:40] Light reading on the James Comey hearings (CNN) [07:50] More on Peter Eckersley (Electronic Frontier Foundation) [08:20] Light reading on the latest allegations of Russian interference in the 2016 US Election (The New York Times) [09:40] “When in the West” by Blue Dot Sessions [09:45] Light reading on: The abacus (Ryerson University) The astrolabe (Smithsonian Magazine) The sundial (How Stuff Works) The analytical engine (ThoughtCo) And a worthwhile video on Charles Babbage And this Crash Course series on t...

65 MIN2017 SEP 8
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Technology People

What Is It All About, Part III

E"I am not the 'Boont' God." —Rod DeWitt About: With wave after wave of socioeconomic changes crashing into the Anderson Valley, a quiet and historically agrarian area, the lifestyle that gave rise to Boontling is quickly fading away. The fate and the future of the kitschy tongue lies solely in how the community comes to terms with market forces, the environment and, most importantly, its values. Show Notes: [00:20] “Gymnopedies 2” by Blue Dot Sessions [01:10] Map of the Anderson Valley (SF Gate) [02:20] A list of some boontling terms Part I Part II [03:15] See more context here: [04:15] More on John Frati and Frati Horn (avwines.com) [05:25] “Veins of Coal” performed by Richie Stearns [06:45] Bruce Anderson response to Ep. 016 (The Anderson Valley Advertiser) [07:00] Instances of published satire gone awry [07:05] More light reading about the Anderson Valley Advertiser (Newsweek) [08:40] Light reading on David Severn’s time as publisher of The AVA (Editor & Publisher) [09:10] ...

54 MIN2017 JUL 18
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What Is It All About, Part III

What Is It All About, Part II

E“They’re living too fast.” —Wes ‘Deacon’ Smoot About: It used to be that you could grow apples, herd sheep, or fell timber and make a decent living in the Anderson Valley. But not even the few stop signs in this remote valley could slow down the incoming cash crop of grapes. The area’s long legacy of logging now takes a backseat to its newerreputation ofproducing some of the world’s best pinot noir. But how did a tucked-away valley 40 minutes from the Pacific Coast and the main highway all of a sudden become a major wine destination? And what toll did this have on a fractured community just reeling from the Redwood Summer days? And what does it mean for the future of the town's famous frontier language called Boontling? Show Notes: [00:30] “Curious Case” by Blue Dot Sessions [01:15] Map of the Anderson Valley [03:25] Press clippings about Anderson Valley: Sunset Magazine The New York Times The Wall Street Journal Travel+Leisure Gourmet [03:50] For more on Boontling, see Ep...

50 MIN2017 JUN 23
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What Is It All About, Part II
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