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NumberOneBeats Weekly Radio Show Hosted By A.C.K. ! The Show will be presented in many different FM Radios like Radio FG USA, Number1 FM Turkey, Heat Radio Greece, We-love-house.fm Germany, DJR’ADIO, Daltica Radio, Clublovers fm, VIP TV and many more stations in different Countries like Belgium, Canada, Malta, Ibiza, Spain, U.S.A, Hungary, Bulgaria, Russia .... Near NumberOneBeats Records tracks supports the show also many talented new comers. Curtainly supporting and playing in the past and ...
 
Ask a Mermaid is your sea of advice for queer pundits, dating app devotees, and feminist witches. Coffee shop crushes? Credit card debt? Roommate drama? 3 mermaids (Chelsea Coreen, Lee Pfeil, Jay Musella) in Brooklyn offer tarot readings, and punchy wisdom for all of your q’s. The podcast equivalent to night out with your glitter spitball best friend.
 
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Are you ready for a new drug? In this episode I interview neuroscientist Matthew Baggott about his new company, Tactogen, which is synthesizing and bringing to market new MDMA-like substances. We also discuss the pros and cons of the new psychedelic renaissance, what the mainstreaming of psychedelics might look like in the near future and how it mi…
 
It's been almost a year since the pandemic ended mass gatherings. A year without live music and festivals has taken its toll on many of us. When will they start up again? In this episode I discuss the latest COVID science to try to find an answer to that question. Rough Transcript Hi everyone. I’m back, and once again . . . I know it’s been a long …
 
When Sasha Shulgin was at the end of his life, experiencing dementia, I had the privilege of interviewing him. Then both my parents got dementia. These experiences taught me lessons in life I won't forget, and I want to share them with you. ROUGH TRANSCRIPT Hi everyone. I really hate that I have to begin my show again, for the third time in a row, …
 
In this episode I break from the topic of drugs to discuss the most important issue of our times: QAnon and the rising tide of authoritarian fascism. I interview investigative journalist, filmmaker and podcaster, Robbie Martin. Robbie is an expert on QAnon, and he takes us through its history and origins inside US intelligence agencies as well as t…
 
In this episode I interview Maia Szalavitz, author of Unbroken Brain: A Revolutionary New Way of Understanding Addiction. In these pandemic times, problematic drug use is on the rise. Alcohol sales are skyrocketing, and more than ever we need to understand the root causes of addiction and how to help those who are suffering.…
 
In this episode I interview Frank Haines, who describes his experiences being held captive for more than a year in Florida's notorious anti-drug cult, Straight. Started by millionaire shopping mall developer and founder of the Partnership for a Drug Free America, Mel Sembler, in the 1980s, Straight was eventually shut down after numerous successful…
 
In this episode I interview Brian Pace, board member of Psymposia and co-host of the Plus Three Podcast, where we discuss the political right’s embracing and promotion of psychedelics. With fringe Nazi groups and corporate capitalists like Peter Thiel all getting involved in the new psychedelic renaissance, the mainstreaming of psychedelic drugs ha…
 
A live recording of Emanuel's talk at the Utah Psychedelic Society in Salt Lake City on February 22, 2020. Emanuel addresses the state of the drug policy reform movement, why the psychedelic community needs to embrace the decriminalization of all drugs, and why harm reduction is the argument that will build bridges with non-drug users and take us t…
 
In this episode I interview David Downs, Cannabis Editor at Leafly.com. We discuss the frightening truth about unregulated cannabis vape cartridges. VAPI, or Vaping Associated Pulmonary Injury, killed 52 people last year. It's real, and although the main cause, a thickening agents known as vitamin E acetate, appears to be on the decline, millions o…
 
In this episode I interview Ilsa Jerome, clinical research and information specialist for MAPS, the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies. We spend an hour discussing tons of interesting questions pertaining to the neuroscience of MDMA, including how it induces prosocial behaviors and generates feeling of love and empathy, and what …
 
In this episode we critique an Australian anti-MDMA video created by YouTube star, Josiah Brooks, popularly known as "Jazza." Perpetuating dangerous stereotypes around drugs and drug culture, Jazza is jeopardizing the lives of young people while believing he is doing the opposite. This kind of anti-drug propaganda is worse than nonsense. It actuall…
 
In this episode I interview Douglas Valentine, author of four books in the CIA, DEA and the DEA's predecessor, the Federal Bureau of Narcotics or FBN. As part of my "deep politics" series, Valentine exposes the long and sordid history of CIA involvement in the drug trade and why there's such a cozy relationship between US intelligence and brutal dr…
 
In this episode I interview author and investigative journalist, Ben Westhoff, about his new book, Fentanyl, Inc. The result of four years of investigation, the book traces the origins and history of fentanyl and other new psychoactive substances, the impact they are having, and how governments, law enforcement and harm reductionists are attempting…
 
Despite the best laid schemes of Crickets and Men, the podcast's direction was never in their control at all. The True Villain reveals all in a full confessional of misguided and frustrated arrogance. This is (likely) the end. We didn't get there. Topics include: Subterfuge, Vanity, Incompletion, Regret, Nostalgia, and, Most Importantly, Guns.…
 
It's been teased, incessantly, for the duration of the show. It's a strange choice for semi-finale. It's not fit for human ears. It's the Lost Episode at long last, left unedited to preserve its integrity and temporal veracity! Compare and contrast our former lethargic tones and lack of repartee! Doze in awe at Jeff's flattened, low energy affect! …
 
A glorious reunion awaits! Wasting no time at all in the realm of reconnection, your classic hosts try to expand holiday songs' outreach to be less seasonal. Cricket's taken a page from Jeff's book of tricks to infiltrate another podcast, and a tragic revelation might just change the future of the podcast forever. Also, the Farmer is just kind of h…
 
Jeff seizes control again, out of fear and necessity, to go back to the podcast at hand: recording conversations in secret. Although discourse is a bit tricky to maintain by oneself, he nevertheless tries to ask: What kinds of photographs won't camera stores print, and why are the Dutch so danged cocky? We are just me now, I guess. Topics include: …
 
Jeff has abandoned Cricket and The Farmer, leaving them to their own devices. The Farmer’s experiment has a twenty-percent success rate. A long lost listener contributes one of the most def poems yet. The Farmer provides insights into why Jeff left, and why Cricket is so antagonistic toward him. We realize too late that we had to find our own segue…
 
Jeff tries to get into the mindset of our mysterious emailer by infiltrating another podcast, before the all-too-comfortable Farmer teams up with Cricket to throw wild accusations back at him! Our very own humble host, The Jeff himself, indicted; can you believe it? There is mutiny afoot! We part ways. Topics include: Castcount: 1, Agent 82 vs M.O.…
 
Cricket is becoming dissatisfied with the podcast, so she brings another guest to help liven things up. But as with Warrior Squirrel, she turns antagonistic (though seemingly less drunk). Jeff reads the underwhelming results of a survey he conducted for "The Worst Thing [People]'ve Ever Done." We do things a bit backwards! Topics include: Birdwatch…
 
Cricket takes it upon herself to dive into what was more than likely the research Dr. Berg and Dr. Carson pursued to determine how trains react to emotion. Jeff didn't understand the prompt! We host a game show. Topics include: The Dating Game But For Trains, and Guns. Send in your unethical inquiries to everythingsgreatnothingiswrong.com or everyt…
 
Picking right back up where we left off, Doctor Berg displays a surprising knowledge of the age-old discipline known as Train Sex to a shocked Sir Topham, for some reason. Sodorian Newspapers are suspiciously vague and the whole internal logic of the world can barely hold itself together. (It's another rough one. Feel free to skip this section. Fee…
 
At the onset of some truly troubling news, we revert to Forever Now and Other Train Sex Tales! The Good Doctors, Carson and Berg, explain to Sir Topham their scientific take on Train Love. You'll never guess which vital organs Sentient Trains lack! We dive even deeper into increasingly disquieting train anatomy. Topics include: Atlas Chugged: Edge …
 
In the finale of our Grasshopper Trilogy, the narrator begins to reveal himself as unreliable, but we're far too wise to fall for that ruse. Has violence been the solution to homophobia this whole time? Also, a classic question of hospital ethics comes straight from our suspicious inbox. We hit on our listener's mom. Topics include: Gay Grasshopper…
 
Cricket's caucus companion continues their tale of homegrown homophobia with Oscar-worthy dramatic flair. Burps are counted, but don't fear: they're just remnants of a bygone era. The numbness starts to go away. We skip and scream and bop shoo bop it. Topics include: Gay Grasshopper Part 2, 1990s Toys Conflation, and Guns.…
 
Cricket's burping has gotten quantifiably out of control, so Jeff stages an intervention/celebration. Following only the strictest podcast etiquette, this entire episode is devoted to satisfying our base impulses, like eating right into the microphone. We can stop finally counting! Topics include: BurpCount: Complete!, Fart Yoga, Rectal Prolapse, a…
 
From the caucus recordings of Cricket comes a tale of growing up in the Deep South, where even the most cheerful homosexuality is seen as an affront to the status quo. An obtuse Jeff tries his best to decipher this outré American dialect.We reach a milestone. Topics include: Gay Grasshopper Part 1, BurpCount: 100!, and Guns.…
 
Last week Melania Trump spoke on the opioid crisis at Liberty University, the right wing Christian college founded by Jerry Falwell, the late fundamentalist evangelist. While claiming to be removing the stigma surrounding addiction, she and the other panelists couldn't conceal their moral judgment against drug users. In this episode we dissect the …
 
With the nature of their reality in flux, Jeff and Cricket read the abstract of an epistle sent to them confronting their liberal use of the nonlinear in this very podcast. Also, a listener repurposes making change from a tip jar with their church's offering plate. We comply with chronology. Topics include: BurpCount: 96, Wrought Log vs. Hot Dog, O…
 
35,000 people a year are murdered in Mexico in what the government refers to as drug war violence, but the militarization of the country also serves the interests of transnational corporations—in particular the resource extraction industries—who have developed a symbiotic relationship with the country's paramilitary organizations. In this Thanksgiv…
 
Welcome back, listeners! After the fiasco of the Time Dome, Cricket reveals how she survived, while Jeff unveils a document that threatens the very fabric of the podcast's quasi-temporal history. Put away your pylophones and shove that yogurt back up there; everything you thought you knew about The Grizzly-Tyler War is about to change! We reunite! …
 
«Transmission Received» In the recent past, with the Grizzly-Tyler War unceasing, Jeff finds himself trapped, in a room of sorts, in need of escape. Can you help Jeff discover a way out of the time dome, simultaneously filling the gap in our canon? And if not, can Jeff even help himself? «End Transmission»…
 
This episode follows our journey to Florida to volunteer with DanceSafe at the annual Hulaween festival. You'll hear interviews with volunteers from DanceSafe Florida and Georgia, listen to audio of live pill testing, discussions at the booth, and Kyle on ketamine. It's psychedelic fun in the sun on a different sort of episode of Drug Positive.…
 
«Transmission Received» In the recent past, with the Grizzly-Tyler War unceasing, Jeff finds himself trapped, in a room of sorts, in need of escape. Can you help Jeff discover a way out of the time dome, simultaneously filling the gap in our canon? And if not, can Jeff even help himself? «End Transmission»…
 
Researchers at the University of Illinois have developed the world's first 3D molecular printer. Able to build complex molecules by attaching together atoms, it is only a matter of time before we all have the ability to print our own drugs from home. Yet technology in widespread use today may already provide the same benefits. We speak with investi…
 
«Transmission Received» In the recent past, with the Grizzly-Tyler War unceasing, Jeff finds himself trapped, in a room of sorts, in need of escape. Can you help Jeff discover a way out of the time dome, simultaneously filling the gap in our canon? And if not, can Jeff even help himself? «End Transmission»…
 
We interrupt your irregularly-scheduled endless nightmare of a podcast to bring you something we threw together LONG before the war, and long simultaneous to Cricket getting drunk: a one-shot role-playing game adventure with some extra special guests. Enjoy? It's a total detour for the podcast; I hope you like (or at least expect) those. Join Johnn…
 
Jeff tries to reign things in after whatever that last episode was and poses one simple question: is it unethical to flaunt the severed head you found in front of coworkers to make them jealous? Another listener tells us the worst thing they've ever done. Cricket makes a lot of references that go over my head, as usual. We get back to basics, albei…
 
Dr. Elinore McCance-Katz would rather you were dead than use drugs. This is the take-away message from her recent article critical of fentanyl testing strips, the only tool we have that can detect fentanyl in heroin, cocaine and other drugs before they are consumed. Dr. McCance-Katz heads the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administratio…
 
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