–Baby update: still no baby.
—Pastor Dollar asks his flock, and other supporters, to fund his dream of buying a top of the line $60 million jet.
–Mexican wrestler Perro Aguayo Jr. dies after in-ring accident involving Rey Mysterio Jr. Jason says that while he knows people say wrestling is fake, it is times like this that he actually wishes that were true.
–Bobby relates a story involving people trying to make him bad for doing the right thing. This touches off a conversation involving morality and piracy.
–Recommendations: Bobby has been amazed and entertained by the “Houdini” mini-series that aired on History, and is now streaming on Netflix. Jason thinks that the people who enjoyed HBO’s “The Jinx” will love Andrew Jarecki’s first film, “Capturing the Friedmans.”
–And speaking of The Jinx, did that true crime documentary series really help solve a murder? Ethical issues are certainly involved in Robert Durst’s arrest, and we do wonder if he will beat this case as well?
–We talk about dissociative identity disorder, and ask listeners to help us understand if those with this condition are not legally responsible for their crimes.
–Reminiscing about our days as ghost hunters, we talk about if it is ever acceptable for a team to label something as paranormal.
–Disturbing quotes from people on internet forums lead us to ask: what should be the purpose of education?
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