Mic, “Liberals are playing just as dirty as conservatives did in the ’90s — and it sounds great”

Through the local comedy scene, he was set up with Brett Paine, another budding anarchist comedian. Paine thought Quinby was an “old, square guy,” and Quinby thought Paine was a “young, hip asshole.” But they had on-air chemistry and similar politics and so, with Quinby’s cable installation money, they bought a cheap mixer and a few $60 microphones. They started recording a show called Street Fight Radio on an “old shitty computer” in Paine’s basement and broadcasting it on the local community radio station, WCRS in Columbus, Ohio.

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