Posts in Rectable
Confirmation Biases About Civility and Science with Kevin from TWIN

Cory, Lisa, Angela, Sarah, and Dave talk to Kevin from This Week in News with Kevin and Benedict and This Week in History with Kevin and Benedict. After the interview they talk about whether civility is the best response to our political opponents. Then in the Shift To Reason Radio portion the crew goes through a few stories as quickly as possible.

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Pissing People Off with Dusty Smith While Brett Kavanaugh Becomes a Monster

Host for these episodes include Cory, Lisa, Dan, Sarah, and Dave
The Skeptic Studio interview was with Dusty Smith
The Rectable discussion was on the Brett Kavanaugh hearings
Shift To Reason Radio includes crackpot audio, religious nuttery, the woo report, and science

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Earthbound Parents Talking Sports and Selling Bullshit

Three parts, one full live show. The Skeptic Studio in this one had Richard A Conn Jr. who is the author of the book The Earthbound Parent. The Rectable had us chatting about sports celebrities and the way society seems to react to them and Shift To Reason Radio had us cover religion, woo, and science. Special guest host Rob Ray joined Rene and Cory while Dave did double duty by sitting at the table and also doing the audio engineering.

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Privately Speaking of the Dead Catholic Church

These are all the links and notes from the August 31st show. Make sure to check out all of the episodes and become a patron for it all in one.

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Talking Credibly About The State Of Norwegian Wood

The crew talked to The Credible Hulk, they talked about Trinity Western University and church/state issues in Canada and they talked about IQs, perpetual motion machines, and what Americans think god looks like.

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Skeptical Comedy, Mother's Day, and More

On this episode of The Skeptic Studio the crew (Cory, Angela, Rene, Brandon, Lisa and Dave) talk to Ian Harris aka The Skeptical Comedian. They talk about skepticism, comedy, #metoo, and why there seems to be an abundance of bad stand up coming out on Netflix and other streaming services lately. 

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