Title: "The Overt Promotion of Anarchy"
Episode Number: 64
Production Date: September 23rd, 1994
Running Time: 29:30
“The Overt Promotion Of Anarchy” (ROX #64) does “Sustaining The Buzz” (ROX #60) one better; instead of reacting to the reaction to the episode, J&B react to the over-reaction, namely Joseph E. Mills III's letter of protest (from which the episode's title is taken).
As expected, anarchy... [More...]
I'm still prouder of this one than any other of my scant ROX credits (not difficult, actually). Still especially loving the fact that this entire endeavor came about in the first place because of some dipshit griping about the presentation of an extralegal act on the air...so of course Our Funky... [More...]
aren't they always about getting the band back together?
c'mon, i wanna see they white boy on stage again
I am extremely disappointed that the coverage of the first critical mass bike ride included in ROX #64 neglected to include any shots of ME even though I was there. Now I'm stuck with none of the kids thinking that I am cool. The reason why this is a problem for me is because yesterday I heard a... [More...]
Tom Carson of the Village Voice wrote, ROX “did get denounced for 'the overt promotion of anarchy' by the Governor's Commission for a Drug-Free Indiana, an accolade to die for,” apparently a reference to ROX #64. Of course, I read about it here on ROX!
This synopsis and review of ROX #64 was submitted by a friend,
but it took thirteen years for us to get it on the site.
"Yeah, but you know, sometimes you have to be an asshole; you have
to go to an extreme in order to have any effect at all. That's the credo
by which I've lived my... [More...]