First, don't mock the video because it's filmed in a basement. I actually am thinking about a competition between me, Davis, and any other contenders who film in the worst location possible, while lighting up tobacco products, and smoking them the least professionally.
Second, I wanted to thank Alex for finally making the point that "anarchy" and "communism" are mutually exclusive events. When I started hearing the fringe term "anarcho-communism" I was like, "Are you kidding? Anarchists hate communists! They're the polar opposite of each other!"
Third, additional thanks for explaining these terms (anarcho-capitalism, anarcho-communist, etc.) for those of us unfamiliar with them. Now I know why everybody keeps calling me an "anarcho-capitalist" and "fringe right."
On a related note, from our Spanish Agent in the Field:
About anarchocommunism, it was strong during the Spanish Civil War
(1936-39), particularly in the region of Barcelona. The Communists,
Socialists, Anarchists, and Catalanist Nationalists (and their multiple
weird combinations) were united in the Frente Popular. Check http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andreu_Nin_i_Pérez, he belonged to all these groups. His allies killed him anyway.
I used to live near the mansion where the Russian Communists had had
their embassy in Barcelona during that war. It was in the basement of
that mansion where many anarchocummunists were tortured to death by
Stalin's thugs. A common practice was to place a starving rat inside a
cage on the belly of the prisoner. The cage had no floor, so the rat ate
its way out.