Evil Genius Chronicles Podcast for March 31 2016 – Strongly Held but Poorly Understood

In this episode, I play a song from Camper Van Beethoven; I read the Patrons and tell a story of turning the corner of puberty; I use Eddie Pepitone as a jumping off point for having strong beliefs you don’t really understand; I talk about limiting outrage and then a few things that made it through my barrier; I discuss how brands can become anti-brands including comic book creators; I describe a Maker project I actually built and close by talking about the cognitive dissonance of acting against your own beliefs.

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