Another episode of The Triple Po has come upon us. I have a guest read the show intro, Lexi from Scenic City Skeptic. I hope to make this a regular feature as long as I can entice enough people to do it. On the pre-ramble, I talk about Matthew O’Neil’s articles and my opinion of the person who threw him under the bus, and my reactions to Matthew and the articles themselves. I also have the second voicemail ever from William and Jessica, both of you have been on previous episodes and who met and became friends at ReasonCon. It’s a fun and rambling message!
On the palaver, I talk to my good friend Jen from Not Another Podcast about the history of abortion, her personal experiences with the procedure, and some of the myths associated with this extremely controversial topic. Jen makes clear that she didn’t regret her decision, and that most people are of the same mind. It is an enlightening conversation, and though Jen thinks her story isn’t remarkable, I still admire her courage for being willing to speak out about it. My hope is that other people will hear her story and it will make them feel not quite so alone.
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FGS029 Chris Watson
It’s Time to Stop Advocating for Violence
Swing and a Miss
I was wrong
U.S. Abortion History
U.S. Abortion Rate Falls To Lowest Level Since Roe v. Wade
Lessons from Before Roe: Will Past be Prologue?
The abortion rate hasn’t been this low since before ‘Roe v. Wade’
Induced Abortion Worldwide
The Myth of Abortion Regret
Validation of a Decisional Conflict Scale
Scenic City Skeptic
Welcome to another thrilling installment of The Triple Po! On the pre-ramble, I talk about my trip to Cincinnati and my pilgrimage to find some information and the grave of show patronus Charles Chilton Moore. I got to see some cool people, such as Patrick and Jenica Crail; Big Bang Betty McGee; and Stephen Chinn. I didn’t get to see Adam Collins unfortunately, but I saw him at ReasonCon, so it’s all good. I had a great time, and I got to see some cool stuff on my pilgrimage. And it was a beautiful day on top of everything else.
On the palaver, I talk to Brian from Scenic City Skeptic. We talk about NanoCon, and how we met there; his show; his deconversion; and his girlfriend’s path to atheism. It is a great conversation with plenty of sexy Tennessee accents, and lots of laughs but also serious moments.
In the post-ramble, I read a review that I forgot to read in the pre-ramble, and tell y’all again how awesome it was to see everyone and the thrill of completing my pilgrimage. Enjoy!
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Cane Ridge Meeting House
History of the Restoration Movement – Charles Chilton Moore
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