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Jan 25, 2017

Hosts: Natalie Newell (Skeptical Parenting) and Dan Broadbent (A Science Enthusiast)!

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Topic: Nazis and their punchability relative to being a decent human being.

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seven and a half months ago

Correction. I meant to say we SHOULDN'T punch people. Apparently autocorrect disagrees..?

seven and a half months ago

Hello. It's nice to hear from you. 35? Neat. America needs critical thinking! Thanks.You're right. We should go around punching people but please be sure to express disapproval the next time a racist makes national news for something dumb and violent. That's all.

seven and a half months ago

Hello. It's nice to hear from you. 35? Neat. America needs critical thinking! Thanks.

seven and a half months ago

in a utilitarian sense, the argument might be that this sort of behavior makes it really, really easy for trump's propaganda machine to paint their opponents as all the same.

seven and a half months ago

guys, please differentiate: pngs may be better for flowcharts, but using them for, say, photographs, makes no sense and will only blow up file size. jpgs can be great if used appropriately, artifacts only rly come up if you overdo the compression.

seven and a half months ago

Grab em by the pussy.

john william howard
seven and a half months ago

today the wall may be used to keep them out, tomorrow it could be used to keep us in. :-(