Episode: You Pick The Topic: Listener Calls & Comments (March 2019)


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You Pick The Topic: Listener Calls & Comments (March 2019)
This is a show where the listeners decide what we talk about. Lots of interesting stuff in this one, including conversations about religious summer camps, the "abuse" of indoctrination, and the difference between skepticism and anti-science self-deception.

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