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'Uncomfortable Questions'

Interview program: I interview one ordinary person each show and ask them some of the tough questions of life. "What is Evil?" "What is Love?" "What is the nature of reality?" "Is there a soul?" Each show is different as I follow wherever the conversation wants to go. These are all the things you got to talk about at 2am while drunk on your dorm room floor, but never discuss anymore.

Another haitus - sorry, folks!

Aug 17, 2008

Hey all. It looks like I'm going to take a month off.
Poor health, and a dying dog, and too much work stress have done me in.

I'm not going to do the show this month. Check back next month, and
I hope things have improved!


Jul 19, 2008

Welcome to the 3rd Anniversary show of Uncomfortable Questions!
This is a very fun interview with a guest from Finland. I loved doing this one. I talk to Mikko, age 31 -
Transhumanist, do-gooder and Asshole.

He is delightfully cheeky, and a deep thinker. Some of the concepts he
presents are not immediately intuitive,...


Jun 15, 2008

I'm back! This is a short show, to get me back on track after surgery, and
too much life in general.

A listener sent me in a 10 minute piece for her own podcast that was her
answer to the "What Is the Universe?" show that I did a few months ago.
Check her out at www.braindouche.net.

I included her piece and also went...


Short Haitus

May 19, 2008

If you are wondering where the heck I am, due to some unexpected
surgery, I'm busy healing at this time.

It looks like I'll end up taking a month off from the show, while I
recover and get back on my feet (literally - it was foot surgery.)

Check back in a few weeks, and hopefully I'll have a show up.


Apr 13, 2008

This turned out to be a very different show. I interview Dan L.,
age 62, a free thinker from Texas. He was a career military man, and
I was interested to hear about life from him, as I have little contact
with that world.

He was unsurprisingly quite the realist, but did surprise me with the
depth to which he believed...