TGA Podcast: Episode 71 1/2


Welcome back to another episode of TGA’s Bonus Podcast. This week, Ryan and I discuss the rise of creationism around the world, the genetic component of homosexuality, and why my cheesy radio voice is awesome!

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    Impy

    Ryan, I’m sorry to say this but you said that Jacobs intro was “flat”, yeah… No. Jacobs intro sounds like, well Jacob. Your intro was you putting on an measured pace, with careful enunciation, it didn’t sound like “you”. I think this is one of the things you just need to accept that Jacob does a good job of & no-one has a problem with it except you. Cheer up Ryan, Jacob does heaps of other annoying things during podcasts which you can be proud that you don’t.

    Also, anyone who hasn’t signed up to the bonus podcasts should do so! They are awesooooome!

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    Jacob Fortin

    ^thanks Impy! Wait, annoying things during the podcast…do you see me picking my nose?? lol.

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    Peter

    I can’t agree more with your thoughts on religion, but I think you’re hypocrits. You seem to demand approval of the status quo on all sorts of topics…except religion. You assert that the onus is on others to ‘disprove’ the status quo on issues such as vaccination, and I’m guessing other issues such as fluoride in drinking water, and probably the food pyramid. For all these other topics you sit back and seem to assume that because they are the status quo, they are correct, and it is up to others to disprove them. Well I’m afraid not. Humans were doing fine without fluoride in drinking water, without the absurd food pyramid of the west, and to some extent vaccines (this last one is complicated). I didn’t care either way before I spent the last 3 years looking into these 3 issues. But one thing led to another, one doubt led to another, and more and more sciuence and evidence led to more. Guys, just because something is popular doesn’t make it right…you should know that…and it’s the same with these issues. The onus is actually on the proponent to prove the case. I’ve looked at the evidence and in each case it was 30/70 or 60/40 against in my opinion. For you to even have such a strong opinion probably reveals your ignorance on these issues.

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    Daniel

    I would like to say that one “fuck” is worth 10,000 “fudges”.

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    Daniel

    Peter, not sure what you’re trying to say, but–there is proof that vaccinations work. There is no proof that there is a god.

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