Special guest from north of Yo Adrian's Wall, Nero the Pict. I didn't remember to bring this up during the podcast, but this is my favorite nom de James, partly because of my interest in Hadrian's Wall but really because it is perfect.
Nero tells us about the restaurant and social scene in Baltimore, which may be in your city's future, so pay attention. He talks about his interest in history, including the riots of 1968, restrictions on trucks in the city, and many funny stories.
The Crackpot Podcast features itinerant writer and laborer James LaFond, and sleep deprived motherslave Lynn Lockhart.
0:00:45 Baltimore restaurant scene
0:03:55 Restaurant workers in Baltimore don't get hazard pay
0:07:20 Early 2000s gentrification movement
0:08:55 Opening second locations in the county
0:11:15 Banning trucks in Baltimore, Nero, historian of Baltimore, library denizen
0:16:30 Nero's interest in the Baltimore riots of 1968
0:18:35 2015 Freddie Gray riots continue today
0:20:05 Baltimore PD, see the Hell's Angels Myth 20 episode, cops in MCs
0:25:05 Contrast with toothless PNW cops
0:26:45 San Francisco PD
0:28:10 Working in downtown Baltimore, food trucks, restaurant
0:37:20 Famous Baltimore bartender story
0:43:05 The Bel-Loc Diner
0:45:25 Starbucks open bathroom policy
0:50:05 How to interact with persons of color
0:53:48 Sean's road sign (see above)
1:00:50 Women voting for Trump
1:03:50 Loudon Cemetery post
1:06:00 Jitterbug phone
1:09:20 The Poor Tour, Pat Dixon
(c) 2018 Lynn Lockhart