Cory Duchesne wrote:Hey Dan, have you tried getting a hold of Peter Singer?
If that's something you'd go for, and if he goes for it, this interview with him might be helpful to look over and consider first, that is, if you haven't already.
Yes, heâ€™s very good at getting people to feel at ease around him so that he can film their lives.
So, as far as I can see he's sort of interesting, but I fear that he is also extremely ordinary in his world-view.
Sue: Yes, heâ€™s very good at getting people to feel at ease around him so that he can film their lives.
Actually, sometimes he is quite confrontational like his episode in Las Vegas with the high roller gamblers. I found it very humorous how he continually deflated peopleâ€™s happiness by asking them logical questions as they lost thousands of dollars.
I was actually surprised he didnâ€™t get punched out in this episode for some of his comments.
Sue: So, as far as I can see he's sort of interesting, but I fear that he is also extremely ordinary in his world-view.
Most of the guests so far have had huge mental blocks and have had very mediocre positions on many topics, why do you think this guy should be any different?
If they interviewed someone that was totally enlightened, what would Solway, Dan and Quinn say? Theyâ€™d just be agreeing about everything the entire timeâ€¦.
.The idea that truth could somehow be boring is so alien to my experience and to my mind that it is hard to imagine how anyone could even imagine that it could possibly be that way
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