3920 FAIL - Call In Show - November 28th, 2017


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Question 1: [1:39] – “Let’s suppose we accept the political climate as it is, that we accept its forward projection down the path it has already shown to be going. Where and how should we conduct the conversation, so many might call out the elephant in the room: overpopulation of our world. The idiocracy effect and those two working in detrimental tandem. We can see unnatural systems in place that artificially create the idiocracy effect, such as the welfare state or flying food bombs in sub-Saharan Africa; but there seems to be no sign that these bandaids and crutches are going away. Darwin be damned. Do we not risk large swaths of humanity being taken down the wrong path? Do we not face a swelling tide of lower IQ, higher aggression societies and cultures wreaking havoc on our world and the fruits of our intellectual labors?”
Question 2: [56:42] – “How do you ensure your child is not exposed to bad influences? More importantly how do you prevent your daughter from being traumatized by an evil predator or a horrific experience? Lastly is there a way you stop yourself from becoming an overprotective parent, if there is such a thing as over protection when it comes to children?”
Question 3: [1:52:40] – “In the middle ages, battles were quite rare, and warfare consisted for the most part of sieges. Roughly around the year 1800, this started to change, and by WW1, it was the complete opposite. In the middle ages, battle commanders preferred to avoid battle for fear of losing too many men. But looking at the battle commanders’ decisions in WW1, how they would send hundreds of thousands of young men to their early graves in a day, you would think their objective WAS to lose their own men. What explains this drastic change in warfare?”
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