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Episode 119 Show Notes:

Okay, so I’ll be adding the full blown shownotes before the day is over, but I stayed up until dawn getting the episode together and must sleep.  Wanted to make sure the most important stuff was up when the episode dropped, though.

So if you’d like to support Don’s ride to raise money for his local food bank; click here.

And if you get the episode link from the show notes, click here.

All the other stuff will come in time…

  1. Wilson Bateman
    May 29, 2015 at 2:59 PM

    This episode skips from about 4:43 to midway through the podcast again. Then, once the show ends, it jumps back to midway through Tracy’s interview and finishes up again. This is on Stitcher.

  2. Chris
    June 1, 2015 at 2:44 AM

    First time listener and nice show but that story of the silver fox being bread to be calm and growing a curly tail and barking was utter bullshit.

    There was a homey named Mendel who proved that physical traits aren’t passed down through behavorial selective breeding.

    One of the wolves fucked a dog. That result would not happen in a lab.

  3. Guy Montag
    June 2, 2015 at 5:56 PM

    Great episode. Really enjoyed the guest speaker at the end and the “where do you get your morals” discussion. Very interesting perspective.

    If you want a good example for the religious that our morals do not come from religion you can look no further than the way religious people pick and choose which parts of their holy book they want to follow.

    If their morals came from their book, they’d follow them all. Instead they use the same moral engine that atheists use to decide what parts of their own book should be followed and shouldn’t.

    The ever adapting rules and change over the centuries is testament to the fact that religious people do not actually derive their morals from their religion.

    Instead they seek comfort and self-preservation by using socially accepted norms. When it comes right down to it, religious people are less moral than secular people because of their belief in their holy book. The morals of the religious are dragged into the future kicking and screaming by the more moral secular part of society.

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