COMPILATION - Final Installment in this series: A reverse-chronological sampling of bonus content over the last five years.
With Thaddeus Russell, Antigone Darling, Wes Bertrand, Carlos Morales, Keegan, Jason Osborne, Puke and the Gang, Marc Stevens, Richard Grove, Cory Stanish, Nicholas from Australia, Ian Freeman, Michelle Seven, Tony Myers, Mark Edge, Larken Rose, Bob Murphy, Kate Baker, Carla Gericke, Jan Irvin, Jamie Crane, Keene liberals, and more.
Rites of passage and toxic "friendships"
A post-mortem on the Thaddeus Russell Q&A
Thad discusses the possibility of debating Stefan Molyneux
Wes and Osborne discuss some dietary adjustments to trigger fat burning
Andrew is upset about how organized we are, thanks to GTD
Some thoughts on the Trivium and mind-control
From Planet Fitness to pizza to The Matrix in 5 minutes
The Myth of multi-tasking
How disappointed would Jesus be by modern Christians
A conversation about my issues with Progressive media personality David Pakman leads into an examination of NVC
Brett tries to help a hungry young boy at the supermarket
Brett and Osborne review the Sopranos, and also discuss Lost, The Walking Dead and Babylon 5
Public perception and Keene activism
Winning people over, with Larken Rose
On-line education with Bob Murphy
Shit has gone too far
Kate Baker thinks I'm a crazy conspiracy theorist, but what about the line of obedience?
Different approaches to producing educational content, with Richard Grove and Tony Myers
The 9/11 Truth Movement, with Wes
Living in post-9/11 America, Osborne and Carla Gericke
What can accounting teach us about public school corruption?
Clyde from Texas tries to warn Mark Edge about the reptilian invaders
Brett and Jamie review Tarin Lupo's new childrens book
The first appearance of Larry the Liberal
Brett confronts the Keene Liberal establishment on the radio program, Talkback
Brett discusses violent revolution with UConn students
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