Skeptic Smash Talk
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Skeptic Smash-Talk is a weekly podcast full of News from the world of Science, Religion and Politics. Skeptic, Humanist, Polymath, Philosopher & Autistic, Jason smash talks topics that need smashing.
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Skeptic Smash Talk 33
3 days ago
This episode with finally answer the question, "why am I am misanthrope"
Burgers: I was inspired by something that George Hrab was talking about on his Geological podcast, and its all about Hamburgers….well actually its more about the gentrification of food, but when I though about doing this story a while ago, the best analogy I could think of was the mighty, mighty burger, and like I said, Geo inspired me to finish it off after I listened to his story a week or so ago when he talked about his favourite Burger which had beetroot on it, which as you all know, is an essential ingredient in the classic burger….
Andrea talks about her weekend away to Glastonbury and found that the whole hippy lifestyle is nothing more than a corporate scam, probably not run by the Disney Corp. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glastonbury_Tor
Jeremy Corbin was re-elected to leader of the Labour Party….. After all the bullshit we have the same result, I think this is the end of the party, I think no matter what happened it would have been the end of the party http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-34184265
Politics: David Cameron is talking about Teresa Mays lack of effort with pre Brexit, apparently she is known as Submarine May, she kept her self hidden…Sir Craig Oliver has a new book out, Sir Craig was very close to Cameron so I don’t know how one sided his account will be, but so far its damming of May and Boris….he even goes into the details about Boris saying to Cameron the day before he flip flopped that he was going to support Cameron…
The Beer Pipeline. It had long been the stuff of bar-stool fantasies: a beer pipeline that could funnel the staple drink of Belgium beneath the cobbled streets and gothic houses of Bruges.
IN and OUT Burger