There's No Time To Explain #1: Richard Carrier
I'm starting a new podcast, There's No Time to Explain, a podcast with the premise that there is no premise. I wanted to do a podcast where every week I talk about whatever I happen to be thinking about with whomever I happen to be talking to. My first conversation is with noted author and historian Richard Carrier. We talk about his life as a freelance historian and traveling author and then our conversation turns to the idea that we wage war very differently depending on our cultural ideas. Yes, I meant "Kamikaze," not, "Bonzai," forgive me, sheesh. Richard offers up an obscure movie review for "The Call of Cthulhu," by the H.P. Lovecraft Society. I recorded this interview in early 2015, but I listened to every moment and it's all still relevant (Except Johnny Jihad is dead, so there's that.)
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