(Note: We gave serious thought to not posting this show. The audio quality on the recording is terrible, and we will be upgrading to a new soundboard before our next episode. In the meantime, our hope is that you can still enjoy the effort via the Dropbox link below. Thanks!)
–The Mayweather-Pacquiao fight last night revealed a lot about human nature.
—Montel Williams apologizes for Sylvia Browne blowing it on the Amanda Berry disappearance. Nice that he apologized, but is it too little, too late?
–A true crime documentary on HBO, “Tales of the Grim Sleeper,” which revolves around serial murders in Los Angeles, had interesting parallels to events currently going on in Baltimore.
–Recommendations: Bobby recommends a philosophical tome in “The Labyrinth: God, Darwin, and the Meaning of Life.” Then, Jason recommends a short book by Greg Lukianoff called, “Freedom From Speech,” which explores a disturbing trend in academia.
–We discuss how ridiculous “trigger warnings” are, how they infantilize women and minorities, and decide that life itself is all one big trigger warning.
–Good news: Rubella has been effectively eliminated from the Americas! Vaccines work!
–We close today’s show by opening our old ghost hunting case files for a new semi-regular segment. In this edition, Jason reads an email he sent to a 14 year old girl who wanted to come along on our investigations.
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