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Podcast 095 – Listener Feedback, Integrity, Frugality

 
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Credit: Destiny Hagest

Paul and Jocelyn talk together about the podcast listeners, and Paul is kind of surprised to find out that he actually has quite a few conservative listeners! They discuss Christianity, integrity, and Paul's first ever Kickstarter campaign. This is kind of a seasonally appropriate podcast at the moment, because they also discuss Black Friday, holiday shopping, and frugality. Paul also talks about the frequently regurgitated concept of "purple permaculture", and people that are out there making a difference (and often a business) by doing their thing and blogging about it.

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