Wenatchee The Hatchet already spent some of this weekend listening to robots giving flowery speeches about the state of the human condition ... .
Even a surprisingly short 34 minutes (for Driscoll that's anywhere between half to a third the usual running time range) can wait.
Still, "recently went public"? 2012 was recent? No, actually, the conflict was made public back in 2007 when The Stranger first reported on it, so if Driscoll's attempted to describe a conflict that happened 8 years ago as having gone public ...
The "pile of dead bodies behind the Mars Hill bus" speech was given in 2007 and the chuckle in Driscoll's voice at the time did not suggest he even considered there to be a conflict at that point.
Maybe we'll get to the audio later.