JOSH SZEPS: In which the Joe Rogan regular interviews ME!


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Right, we’re doing something different this episode. Uber-talented radio/TV/podcast host and contrarian Josh Szeps has me on his Uncomfortable Conversations podcast to chat sugar, cannonau wine, class wars, woke-speak, ethics, the decline of innovation in wealthy countries, how men around the world behave on dating apps and the perils of looking like could be on an insurance ad.

For some context: Josh is currently the host of afternoons on ABC Radio Sydney and you might also have heard him hosting a bunch of other TV, radio and podcast shows here and in the US where he was a regular on NBC’s Today Show, or the time – earlier this year – when he ‘annihilated’ Joe Rogan during a rambling frustrating chat about vaccines.

Check out Josh’s podcast Uncomfortable Conversations

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That Harvard study I mention? Check it out here

I also mention my podcast ep with Lech Blaine. You can listen here

As well as the Will Macaskill chat on Longtermism…listen here


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