–Bobby breaks out a bottle of Patron XO Cafe, which he enjoys, but Jason predictably does not. Throughout the rest of the episode, Bobby gets more and more drunk.
–This past week wasn’t so busy in terms of U.S. election news. Still, we do cover a few items of note about the most recent debate, and answer a question from Canada Matt about what could make us vote for a 3rd party candidate.
–Somehow or another we get on the topic of abortion rights, as Bobby talks about a few “bedrock principles” he has when he decides who to vote for. Jason, while being very much pro-reproductive freedom, still wishes we could get to a point where abortions are rare due to condoms, birth control, or just good old-fashioned sexual responsibility.
–Naked Donald Trump statues went up and liberals laughed. What would happen if an unflattering naked Hillary statue was put up? We asked that question a while back, and now our opinions have been confirmed. There was outrage and fights in the streets. Bobby is made uncomfortable by the whole thing, and he thinks it’s because the statue was of a woman. Jason wasn’t upset by it, having expected this since the Trump statues went up.
–A pastor who became an atheist has gone back to belief and says she was led back to God. We admit that while religions may have the more emotionally satisfying story for most, we actually think people can truly take comfort in secularism.
–Halloween is fast approaching, and to make the mood a little spookier, we talk about common fears and phobias, including our own and those of the listening audience. It turns out that, between ourselves and the SFR listenership, we are afraid of just about everything. So we can probably never all hang out together.
–A preview of the Walking Dead season premiere. Whose skull do you think was caved in by Negan’s bat? Bobby will be watching live with his wife. Jason, who doesn’t even like the show, will be watching at home just to see the big reveal.
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