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Episode 132: The JV Club
Shadi Petosky
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The JV Club #132: Shadi Petosky

Janet finds a new way to make peace with spiders thanks to Episode 132’s guest, the wise and wonderful Shadi Petosky. This sage advice and more stories of nature’s bounteous forests, lakes, and guitar by the campfire. And as if that weren’t enough, get ready for some frank, fascinating and important talk about how far we’ve come and how far we have to go.

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Comments

  1. I hate spiders, but Shadi’s take on it was really enlightening and has made me see spiders and various bugs in my house in a different light. Yes, the spider talk was an enlightening part of this podcast.
    -Ronni

  2. Alec says:

    Speaking of sportiness, Vice ran a good article about the BS trans athletes have to deal with when trying to ocmpete: https://sports.vice.com/article/heroes-martyrs-and-myths-the-battle-for-the-rights-of-transgender-athletes

    • A says:

      Have you read any scientific literature on the subject? My normal google scholar techniques don’t yield any serious analysis.

  3. Tracy says:

    Thank you for this frank discussion.  It was really enlightening.  I hope lots of people listen to this.  I know it’s helped me to understand trans people just a little better. 

  4. PJ says:

    I was never a cereal guy, always a toasts-for-breakfast kind of guy. Still am. I did like honey nut Cheerios, more as a snack on its own than in a bowl with milk. With my nuts allergies I can’t do it anymore, but technically there’s less almond extract than there’s salt in them now.
    Fascinating conversation about the non-cereal part of the podcast too. 😀