Friday, November 17, 2017

Coed Sports & Severed Heads - The Crackpot Podcast Ep 16

Episode 16 of the Crackpot Podcast with LaFond & Lockhart brings you discussions of professional sports, domestic violence, insects and the slave instinct, totally unsubstantiated speculation on the Las Vegas shooting, child rearing, description of 19th century art and more.

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Audio only:

00:02:30  Quote from Seneca
00:04:13  The importance of the physical world
00:05:15  Darwin and the slave instinct
00:07:02  Specialization is for insects
00:11:10  Evola
00:12:20  At first James thought Lynn was a dude
00:16:20  Queens more likely to go to war than kings historically
00:20:25  Sports as a spectator vs a participant
00:27:25  College sports
00:31:05  NFL, Ray Rice
00:35:25  Coed sports in ancient Greece
00:38:40  Origins of ball sports
00:39:45  Lacrosse
00:43:00  The importance of tool use for women's self defense
00:46:50  Preschool
00:50:06  Las Vegas update
01:01:30  Self censorship
01:03:31  Today's art, by Baroness Hyde de Neuville an 1821 sketch of a war dance for President Monroe, as seen in American Heritage Book of the Presidents and Famous Americans, Vol. 2.
01:16:50  Update on James' coaching and training availability.
01:23:50  Current events from two weeks ago

(c) 2017 Lynn Lockhart

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