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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.

Oct 16, 2006

Today we have a Skype interview with Andrew, age 36 who takes on the big questions of life. He is the father of 2 preschoolers, happily married, and a self described "featureless cubicle boy". Andrew is from England, and now living in the states.

We talked for over 2 hours! I had to cut the show down to something manageable, and I think you will find him warm, funny, and wise. His views are that of a scientist who thinks the evidence for telepathy and things of that sort are rather compelling. It is a delightful and unique take we haven't heard yet on U.Q. I know you will enjoy this show!


Jake (of Just Not Right)
over twelve years ago

Loving the podcast, Sue!

Earlier this morning, I was down in the dumps, gloomy and sad about the current state of the world, our country, the way humans are in general. You know how easy it is to sometimes think the worst of things... Anyway, after listening to Andrew\'s delightful answers to your fascinating questions, I was immediately back to my happy-go-lucky self.

Thank you so much for doing this podcast, Sue. You are wonderful. (And thanks for the plug at the end of this show!)

xoxoxo,
- Jake ;)

Sue Grandys
over twelve years ago

Jake,
You are most welcome! The thing I think I get most out of doing this show, is that there are still a lot of really wonderful people out there, even though they are all very different, and don\'t believe the same things. There is still a basic goodness that we can all relate to in each other.

It always cheers me up just to talk to everyone!