Podcast Episode 70: Staring into the abyss

Things are a bit darker here than usual, but here is a deep dive into why I watch videos of violence, and why you should too (or not…)

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Podcast Episode 69: Toby Cowern

At the start of the pandemic, I talked to survival and urban preparedness expert Toby Cowern to pick his brain and share information you might find useful. You can listen to that again here. For this new episode, we decided to revisit our thoughts from back then and see how they stood the test of time. Then we look forward to what comes next.

The bonus episode is over one hour long and available here.

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Podcast Episode 68: Self-defense tips for young men

A few years ago I did an episode on Self-defense tips for young women. Back then I mentioned I might do one for young men too, so here it is. Enjoy!

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Podcast Episode 67: Crossover with Iain Abernethy

We’ve both been busy for the last year, so it took Iain Abernethy and me this long to get another crossover podcast done. This time, we asked listeners to tell us their pet peeves and we then first steel-manned them to follow up with weak-manning them. The goal was to look for different angles to each one, nuance, and so on. As always, it was loads of fun for us to discuss all this and there will be a Part 2 soon.
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