This is episode s10e21(386) for Monday, May,  29, 2017 and clocked in at 23 minutes, 30 seconds

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I ask, “Name something that doesn’t change?” and have difficulty answer it (hint, the answer is not “climate”) and the distractions of the week; Mykl and I discuss existence; and more on this weeks episode.

Climate change has always interested me. Some people believe it’s real, some believe it’s fake. Some have evidence to prove it’s real, some have evidence to prove it’s fake. Some people believe there is a conspiracy between scientists on this — Really? You probably also think the Government and Banks are here to help us. And that our money has value. But scientists? People who demand proof and evidence of everything? They cray cray.

So how do we make these two sides agree? Simple. Ask a question. And I like to think of it as that Wheel of Family Jokers Game Match Feud game. And here’s how it goes:

We polled 100 people (and we all know how painful that can be), top 2 answers are on the board. 

“Name something that doesn’t change” — Go ahead. Do it. Listen to the show to hear what I’ve found.

Planet de Regis

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“Recently I’ve been thinking, like many people my age, if I would prefer burial or cremation. I’ve come to the conclusion that I prefer cremation. Also, I prefer it to happen after I’m dead.”

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Rhetoric of The Idle Mind

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Gothic Homemaking And Other Stuff

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