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Barry Vacker "waxes philosophical" about Fight Club on Public Radio International

Barry and his book, Slugging Nothing: Fighting the Future in Fight Club (2009), were featured in an interview on Wisconsin Public Radio's "To the Best of Our Knowledge" — as part of their Film and Philosophy series. The 13-minute interview aired this weekend (February 23-24) on Public Radio International in 180 markets in the USA. 


Thanks to Steve Paulson for being such a great interviewer and to stellar producer Doug Gordon for the clever voice transitions from Barry to Brad Pitt. Nice touch!

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Thanks for the helpful link. Not everyone can be a great interviewer. I believe that it is talent to establish communication with people! Perhaps this can be learned, but it is likely that innate charisma helps.

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