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Mark and Andrew explore the ethical problems of growing food ergonomic to our metabolic heritage. They dig into Weston Price, GMO's, ancient grains, and civilization
Mark and Andrew talk about virtual reality, addiction to entertainment, Facebook's purchase of Oculus Rift, the ethics of virtual imprisonment, and the pros and cons of the coming virtual reality worlds we will inhabit.
Mark and Andrew talk about hammocks, all the unused exercise equipment in your basement, the ice cream makers and bread machines at the thrift store. Somehow we like to pay for possibility because we fear the commitment involved in actually changing ourselves.
Mark and Andrew sit down with licensed counselor, Kenn Cramer, to talk about his ideas on masculinity, femininity, and same sex attraction. Specifically, they refer to Kenn's column on "The Unconscious Cultivation of Homosexuality by Catholics" at his website, the Patchwork Papist.
Mark and Andrew argue over whether America's police force has become too militarized. Using the research of Radley Balko, they look at the use of military equipment by police, the increase in SWAT team deployments and a few cases of aggressive tactics being employed by police.
Mark and Andrew talk over the cultural impact of young people not joining the membership rolls of clubs, civic associations, professional associations, and even churches. Can digital community really replace face-to-face interaction? Is our culture splitting into "tribes" irretrievably?