All Downhill

November 2nd, 2015

Prison-Labor Goat Cheese

Download: 20151002.mp3 (31:21, 31.4 MB)

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Important note: during the episode Patrick refers to a topic as being discussed in the New York Times and the Huffington post. This is innaccurate (the topic in question is only being discussed - in the context Patrick is referring to - in Salon) and we apologize for the error.

Mike and Patrick discuss the decision by Whole Foods to stop carrying products produced with the use of prisoner labor, and why they think labor may actually be good for prisoners. In addition, they talk about slippery slope arguments and whether or not they constitute fallacies as a part of a larger discusion concerning Salon's recent perceived support of pedophilia. All jokes about five dollar foot longs have been cut for time reasons, but there is still plenty left to make you cringe. Child molestors, farm-raised talapia, and homosexuality: it's all downhill from here.

Episode Sources

  1. Whole Food to stop selling products made by prisoners - Chicago Tribune
  2. Whole Foods Will No Longer Sell Prison Labor Goat Cheese - Eater
  3. I’m a pedophile, but not a monster - Salon
  4. I’m a pedophile, you’re the monsters - Salon
  5. Not All Pedophiles Have Mental Disorder...New DSM - Huffington Post
  6. Pedophilia: A Disorder, Not a Crime - New York Times
  7. Why Salon’s Virtuous Pedophile Is Not So Virtuous - Breitbart
  8. Drive - Alex - © 2013 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license.


This episode features content which may offend some listeners, including, but not limited to: discussion of child molestation and pedophilia, discussion of legitimizing pedophilia in light of legitimizing homosexuality, strong language, and jokes about sensitive subjects. Listener discretion is advised.

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