The Montreal podcast that asks Robert Green of The Green Party: Who is the most overrated superhero of all time?

Nonstop hard hitting questions on our first real foray into the world of political interviews.

Robert Green is the Green Party candidate for NDG-Westmount and he was kind enough to come on the show to tell his tale of how one long haired environmentalist was inspired by David Suzuki to change the world. And why? So that we can eventually live in a Star Trek style utopia and journey to the stars. I may have gently suggested that last part but he agreed with me so I’m sticking with it.

Robert talks with me and special guest co-host Lawrence Corber about his passion for the environment, the absolute urgency of this planet’s impending destruction and his real opinions on one of DC’s most beloved superheroes. One of those things seems less important than the other, I will let you be the judge of which.

Check out Robert’s Facebook page for more info about him (you can even head down to Ye Olde Orchard TONIGHT for a little 5 a 7 if you want to meet him in person) and if you want to be informed about all of the Green Party’s policies (how they will eventually lead us towards interstellar exploration seems to be missing), check out the official Green Party of Canada website.

Regardless of whether or not you live in Robert’s riding (and even regardless of whether or not you intend to vote Green) you should probably head over to and figure out where, how and when to vote this Monday, October 21st.

Enjoy the show!

Of course a big thank you to Lawrence Corber for stepping in on hosting duties this episode, follow this funny fellow on all the socials. Facebook @lullycorber Instagram @lully514 . You know all of his better than I do. He has twitter but he hasn’t updated it in 6 years.

As always, a big thank you to the providers of our theme song: Leighland Beckman and Aural Turpitude!

Keith does all sorts of things here on, he works with the other founders on 9to5 (illustrated), co-hosts our two podcasts: The 9to5 Entertainment System and Go Plug Yourself and blogs here as The Perspicacious Geek.