Natasha Gray, Jack Hoey, Joey Svendsen and Lynne Stroy discuss the lives of introverts. Lynne, the only extrovert in the mix is quite surprised by all she hears, including the forced isolation of 2020 being heaven for Natasha, Joey's contentment being by himself in social situations, and Jack's sincere perplexity by the notion of having more than one social gathering in a week.
The four discuss last week’s episode on pacifism and conclude with a discussion on whether different animal life forms, such as roaches and cats, should be treated according to a hierarchy of value; and whether there’s any moral implications of doing (or not doing) so.
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Joey Svendsen / Instagram
Natasha Gray / Instagram
Jack Hoey III / Instagram
Reflections at end of episode:
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Kristin Mabry / Facebook
Executive Producer: Josh Surratt
Producer/Editor: Joey Svendsen
Sound Engineer/Editor: JT Price
Sound Engineer: Gabe Dewalk
Music, theme song: Joel T. Hamilton Music
Other music: "Good" by Natasha Gray / Spotify / Apple Music
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