Show notes - March 16, 2019

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✩ Segment 1: Burdens are meant to be carried together. That's the lesson we should take away from the Christchurch terrorist attacks: If you're going to lump people together into identity labels and groups, you'd better be doing it in order to share a difficult burden, not to scapegoat.

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✩ Segment 2: Pick your holiday -- St. Patrick's Day, Halloween, Labor Day, or Arbor Day?

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✩ Segment 3: Parents who cheat their kids' way into college create a special class of failures.

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✩ Segments 4 and 5: You can't pick your parents, but you can pick your heroes -- your intellectual and ethical ancestors. And you should. (And if one of them is Stan Lee, then more power to you.)

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✩ Segment 6: The Technology Three: Dangers aboard the 737 may be left over from 50 years ago, Mark Zuckerberg *still* doesn't get it, and the Internet is now old enough for teenage hackers to have grown up to run for President.

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✩ Segment 7: Land values in Iowa are slipping, and trade wars are to blame.

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✩ Segment 8: A live update on flooding from Joyce Flinn, director of Iowa Homeland Security and Emergency Management.

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