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Virus Punching, Proverbs, & Being C.S. Lewis-ish

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Well, we’re a day later than normal, friends, but we’ve got a fun episode featuring the whole crew—and our friends, Scott James, as our special guest!

Scott is a pediatric physician based in Birmingham, Ala., and the author of several books for families, including the newly released Where is Wisdom?. Listen in as:

  • We weigh in on your answers about retiring the sucker punch
  • Scott corrects us with science
  • We talk wisdom and proverbs
  • Dave leads us through a new segment that maybe doesn’t turn out so hot (or does it?)
  • We discuss C.S. Lewis-ish stuff and inspiration from Jimi Hendrix
  • I (Aaron) hot-take Mark Twain’s autobiography
  • We discover if John Le Carre worked for MI5 or MI6

A few of the books we mentioned in this episode

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