In our first segment, we share our grief over the death of Rachel Held Evans. We also talk about conflict in the Middle East (in both Gaza and Iran) and the continuing drama between Attorney General Bill Barr and Congress. In the main segment, we have a conversation about some big ideas that have been floating around the internet lately including the Bring Down the House documentary on Netflix, women working long hours and experiencing burnout in the workplace, tragedy, and empathy.
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