This episode explores the question of breeding dogs with known and potentially fatal health issues, the effect they have on our lives and what Murray has meant to me and my family the past five years. And why he may be about to break our hearts…
In this episode I attempt to position a point with Joanne concerning the culture where people demand compliance with their views on race, gender equality and almost any other view they take. We get a little bogged down in the subject.
Idea for Jo’s podcast … You could chat about covid in respect to how it would have effected our generation as kids.. no mobiles, iPads, social media, 4 channels on TV .. would have been very different. Simon
I ignored the ‘Jo’s podcast’ bit and decided to have a bash at the idea above from Simon myself.
It is a hard scenario to consider because there are positives and negatives to any period of time, but is it possible that the same outcome would occur in any decade because everything balances out in the end?
In this episode Jo and I discuss fat shaming, what is right in terms of fitness and weight, and how our perceptions of obesity depend on where you have come from and how your body handles the food you eat.
In this episode my wife, Joanne, and I talk about how Apple manages to create entire families of customers and how it helped them reach a $2 trillion valuation, and also her views on Apple products and how they work for her.
We also discuss the 10,000 conspiracy theorists who attending a demonstration in London this weekend and how it may not all be bad news, and then we descend into a debate about if such theories should be allowed when they can be dangerous to others.
Finally, are millions of us working at home or living at work?
And then the following happened after I recorded the episode. Confusing… I have left the episode up anyway as things do seem to be changing at Apple, but the current situation is not as bad as it originally looked.