Cheri kicks off the program yodeling, much to Heit's surprise. Heit does an impression of Louis Farrakhan, as an introduction to a discussion on whether bodily functions are voluntary or involuntary. This week's episode of The Axiom Amnesia Theory is dedicated to a call to "ground your stand." That's right, we're suggesting that you figure out where you stand on the important issues of the day, and ground that stance.
Topics discussed include whether bodily functions are voluntary or not, Zachary McKee electrocuting himself by urinating on the train's third rail, treating symptoms instead of the disease itself, repeal of the death penalty in Connecticut and California, billions of dollars in food stamp cutbacks, voter ID laws, cars that drive themselves, "stand your ground" and "castle" laws, Marissa Alexander, gun control, and the misapplication of justice.
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