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Mar 14, 2015

The hilarious comedian Daniel Sloss (@Daniel_Sloss) will be joining me for The #GSPodcast's 50th episode!  We have a sweary discussion about stand-up and how effective it can be at challenging bad ideas.  We also talk about the brilliant reaction to some of Daniel's godless material.  We touch on the importance of context, being a time Nazi, leaving an eternal digital footprint, Twitter spats and the greatest sectarian conflict of all: PS4 or Xbox? 

Also available on iTunes and Stitcher.

Support the podcast at www.patreon.com/gspellchecker

#GSPodcast Theme by Dorian Silk & The MCH

 

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