Category Archives: Curb Your Enthusiasm

Robert Stark interviews California Gubernatorial Candidate Adam Papagan













Robert Stark and Matt Pegan talk to California gubernatorial recall candidate Adam Papagan. Adam Papagan is an LA native, tour guide (Cool LA Tours), musician, and public access tv producer. Adam’s campaign site will launch soon and you can follow him on Twitter.


The recall as part of entertainment culture and a unique opportunity to insert yourself into the narrative
Comparisons of Gavin Newsom to Gob from Arrested Development, Patrick Bateman, and The Green Goblin
Crucial California issues including wildfires, homelessness, and the housing shortage
Making billionaires pay their fair share and fixing the fundamentally broken economic and political system
Thoughts on social media, algorithms and censorship, and opportunities in entertainment
Adam’s Curb Your Enthusiasm and OJ Simpson tours
Adam’s musical collaboration with David Liebe Hart and his public access show

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Robert Stark interviews BLAUERGEIST! about Aesthetics












Robert Stark and Matt Pegan talk to Portland based blogger BLAUERGEIST! about architecture, interior design, art, and cinema. Check out BLAUERGEIST! on Twitter, his podcast Ellroy Boys, and new web magazine Apocalypse Confidential.


The #BathistGang: love of 80s bathroom aesthetics
20th Century interior design genres
80s malls, Robert and Matt’s LA N O S T A L G I A  Mall series, the Breezewood meme, The Canal Walk Mall in Cape Town, and value of Interior Urbanism
Retrofuturism, trends in nostalgia, and Theme Park Urbanism
Eco Brutalism and the Interior Garden Aesthetic
Artists Patrick Nagel, Jim Buckels, and Daniel Merriam, and various sci-fi illustrators
Political symbolism in aesthetics
Aesthetics in cinema: directors Dario Argento and Peter Greenaway, and 80s films Year of the Dragon and Scarface
Horror films 3615 code Père Noël, Child’s PlayThe Serpent and the Rainbow, Jacob’s Ladder, Hellraiser: Inferno, Southbound, and Silent Hill: Revelation
The work of David Lynch and the Lynchian Aesthetic
Larry David’s Curb Your Enthusiasm

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Robert Stark Interviews Bay Area Guy from Occident Invicta











Robert Stark talks to Bay Area-based blogger Bay Area Guy of Occident Invicta,

  • How his upbringing as a white minority in the Bay Area led him to become a racially conscious white man
  • His article on “The Racial Dynamics of the Bay Area
  • Non-whites are not a united political and cultural bloc
  • Once whites are no longer a political force, the non-white coalition will begin to fall apart
  • The racial makeup of the different parts of the Bay Area
  • Why mixed race people in the Bay Area tend to be quite politically incorrect
  • Why racially mixed social circles tend to be less politically correct than homogeneously white social circles
  • His own identity as Nordic/Greek mix
  • Why he sees himself as generically white
  • Even if identity is a social construct that does not mean that it is not defensible and unworthy of defense
  • How the manosphere teaches political lessons for White Nationalists
  • Unplugging from pop culture
  • The political power of humor
  • How feminism and diversity converge with the interests of plutocratic elites
  • Robert Lindsay as the Left wing of the Alternative Right
  • The need  to address the economic and social plight of the millennial generation
  • Progressive taxation, protectionism, industrial policy, immigration limits
  • Why the welfare state works best in homogeneous high-IQ societies
  • Is egalitarianism really the issue?
  • American diversity and feminism in a global perspective
  • Islam and Islamophobia
  • The political power of humor
  • Larry David and Curb Your Enthusiasm