In this episode, Colin is finally back! Sorry for the shit audio. More issues with audio gear. We’ll make sure to get it fixed! In the meantime, listen to this extended conversation on hate crime. They also talk tie-gate, Betsy Devos, and other horrifying topics that slowly invade our reality, step by harrowing step! Do you have a horrifying topic invading your reality? Let us know by hitting us up on Twitter at @Church_andState, or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also hit us up individually at @EvanCMalone & @Colin_Aulds. As always, please direct any and all complaints to our mailing address at:
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In this episode long time friend of the show, former guest, and senior criminal justice correspondent, Ethan Marshall, fills in for Colin. We discuss the recent Facebook Live torture case, the epistemology of hate crimes, and why villainy is so captivating. We also talk infidelity and our secret feminine desires. Is it a hate-crime when a racist commits road rage? Is propaganda the best anti-establishment artform? What’s so bad about a friend penetrating all of your belongings? Find out the answers to all of these questions and much much more in this episode! Do you have a secret feminine desire? Let us know by hitting us up on Twitter at @Church_andState, or by emailing us at email@example.com. You can also hit us up individually at @EvanCMalone & @Colin_Aulds. Finally, you can find Ethan at @EthMarsh. As always, please direct any and all complaints to our mailing address at:
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Summary: In this minisode, Evan reads the third chapter in his book, Hunger: The Case for Genetically Modified Foods, which defends the use and further innovation of GMO’s. This chapter covers the effects of GMO foods on health and public safety. It also explores how this research is performed and why its so difficult to sufficiently prove something is not harmful. We hope you enjoy listening, and please let us know by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or tweeting us @Church_andState (or Colin @Colin_Aulds and Evan @EvanCMalone).