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BHA33: Silverback Commando & Terrence Howard's Madness (feat. Martin Ferretti)

This week we have a two-parter, with both parts revolving around total madness.

For the first half hour, Martin Ferretti of The Alchemical Mind returns to guest-host for me, interviewing the second member of Redneck Mystic Tippy Patson's crew, "The League of Extordniary Gentlemen." Fighting for the freedom of humanity against the Illuminati alligators deep in the Florida Everglades, Codename: Silverback Commando tells Martin and the audience why he joined Tippy's league in the swamps, and he also tells us about what kind of "research" he is bringing to the table. He fancies himself the "next Dr. John Lilly" and seems to be obsessed with Lilly's NASA-funded studies that involved LSD, dolphins, theoretical telepathy, and eventually, even some dolphin sensuality. Hustler even wrote an article about it, and none of that is a lie. Google it. But Silverback Commando tells us a little bit about his attempts to recreate this "dolphin telepathy," and explains more about his other studies in the Everglades with Tippy.

Secondly, in this 100% real story that you can google for yourself, Hollywood actor Terrence Howard (famous for Hustle & Flow and Iron Man, among others) sort of retired from acting in 2015. That's why you haven't heard from him much. But do you know why he retired? Explaining in an interview with Rolling Stone first, he explained to the world that he has invented a COMPLETELY NEW MATH, called Terryology, and it revolves around 1x1=2. He's also used this equation to invent a "New Geometry", which he labors over, filling his apartment with enormous pseudo-psychedelic models.

Take this quote for example, "I was able to open up the flower of life properly and find the real wave conjugations we've been looking for for 10,000 years. Why would I continue walking on water for tips when I've got an entire generation to teach a whole new world?" And that, folks, is just the beginning. I read a whole lot of quotes here trying to understand the true Kanye-level madness of Terrence Howard. I'm not sure how this man hasn't tried to start a cult yet, but I'm all the more thankful of the fact!

Jump with me down the rabbit hole for a slightly more comedic and extremely preposterous episode!

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