with Chris Hedges
Rolling Stone on Dec 23, 2020
Julian Casablancas sits down with his “personal hero and greatest intellectual (along with elder chieftain Noam Chomsky),” journalist and professor Chris Hedges, on the latest episode of his Rolling Stone interview series, S.O.S. — Earth Is a Mess.
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Thank you for that interview.
I’m sure Julian’s questions came from the heart, but he needs to do more research, listen more attentively, not interject and can that lousy background music.
Thanks for watching it, Fair.
I’m guessing he has a different audience, perhaps one that is less familiar with Chris Hedges and his work.
Maybe I’m just getting too old DS.
The music didn’t bother me as I was concentrating on what Hedges was saying. Music is what Rolling Stone magazine is all about, so not really a surprise that there would be music.
I agree; that music is Godawful & really annoying.