Russell Brand & Daniel Pinchbeck In Conversation

Recorded by Mitch Schultz, Russell Brand joined Daniel Pinchbeck, Graham Hancock and a galactivated group of Reality Sandwich retreat-goers at the Boulder Mountain Guest Ranch in Utah for a frank and funny conversation covering a wide range of topics including the nature of contemporary media, quantum physics, the difference between psychedelics and “horrible drugs that nullify you”, what comes after time, and the idea that people have been “coded” by society not to anticipate change.

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22 Comments on "Russell Brand & Daniel Pinchbeck In Conversation"

  1. I wanted someone in the crowd, to ask “So Russell is your
    wife Katie, really an Illuminati puppet, for the NWO agenda, and does she know you’re
    here”?
     

  2. I wanted someone in the crowd, to ask “So Russell is your
    wife Katie, really an Illuminati puppet, for the NWO agenda, and does she know you’re
    here”?
     

  3. I wanted someone in the crowd, to ask “So Russell is your
    wife Katie, really an Illuminati puppet, for the NWO agenda, and does she know you’re
    here”?
     

  4. Why is Brand on this? Why is he tolerated? If ever there was an example of the current obsession with celebrity he is it. In the first 20 seconds he says the word “me” 3 times. 

  5. Why is Brand on this? Why is he tolerated? If ever there was an example of the current obsession with celebrity he is it. In the first 20 seconds he says the word “me” 3 times. 

    • say what you want about the guy, but he’s worked hard for his “fame”, and he is a learned man, for good or bad. remember hitchens was a warmonger but erodite, articulate and profound with it.

      • He worked no harder than anyone else on the stand-up circuit. But, the fact that he has chased exactly that kind of ‘fame’ renders any opinion he has redundant. I would apply that to anyone else who chases that kind of ‘fame’. He chose to become part of the problem. These people are dinosaurs and we need to be rid of the idea that being a celebrity imbues what you say with a certain weight.

  6. say what you want about the guy, but he’s worked hard for his “fame”, and he is a learned man, for good or bad. remember hitchens was a warmonger but erodite, articulate and profound with it.

  7. they didn’t use wheels in south america because they didn’t have domesticated animals that would pull carts

  8. Rus Archer | Jan 6, 2012 at 1:40 pm |

    they didn’t use wheels in south america because they didn’t have domesticated animals that would pull carts

  9. two fat hipsters smoke dope and bore the shit out of the universe

  10. two fat hipsters smoke dope and bore the shit out of the universe

  11. Did the guys slating Russell Brand even watch the video? He was eloquent, articulate and his views were interesting to listen to. He might come across as annoying, and he might suck as an actor, but the guy’s smart as fuck.

  12. Did the guys slating Russell Brand even watch the video? He was eloquent, articulate and his views were interesting to listen to. He might come across as annoying, and he might suck as an actor, but the guy’s smart as fuck.

  13. Did the guys slating Russell Brand even watch the video? He was eloquent, articulate and his views were interesting to listen to. He might come across as annoying, and he might suck as an actor, but the guy’s smart as fuck.

    • He is smart. That’s why it would be cheering if he applied that intelligence to some of his career choices rather than taking the Hollywood buck and using his personal life as a publicity stunt.

  14. He worked no harder than anyone else on the stand-up circuit. But, the fact that he has chased exactly that kind of ‘fame’ renders any opinion he has redundant. I would apply that to anyone else who chases that kind of ‘fame’. He chose to become part of the problem. These people are dinosaurs and we need to be rid of the idea that being a celebrity imbues what you say with a certain weight.

  15. He worked no harder than anyone else on the stand-up circuit. But, the fact that he has chased exactly that kind of ‘fame’ renders any opinion he has redundant. I would apply that to anyone else who chases that kind of ‘fame’. He chose to become part of the problem. These people are dinosaurs and we need to be rid of the idea that being a celebrity imbues what you say with a certain weight.

  16. He is smart. That’s why it would be cheering if he applied that intelligence to some of his career choices rather than taking the Hollywood buck and using his personal life as a publicity stunt.

  17. Anonymous | Jan 7, 2012 at 10:20 pm |

    Russel Brand spouts off some interesting shit. Like that goofy Robin Williams that has to be on and over the top all the time like he’s on drugs or manic, interrupting mother fuckers, digressing.

  18. tooCents | Jan 7, 2012 at 6:20 pm |

    Russel Brand spouts off some interesting shit. Like that goofy Robin Williams that has to be on and over the top all the time like he’s on drugs or manic, interrupting mother fuckers, digressing.

  19. to know we must go, atleast you have an entity capable of intellectual deconstruction and ironically now a platform so distribute the ideas of his own process and evolution can balance the madness on both sides

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