Absolutely, sometimes you need to put yourself in check and recognize your behaviors and this is a fun and quick listen.
The humor, it didn't feel like a sappy self help book.
The idea of going pro, of putting the time in every day even if nothing fruitful comes of it.
Almost the entire premise is based around him defining Aetheism in the way that Agnostics describe themselves which I think is faulty.
No. He talks about being unbiased but when you hear his reading he preaches the idea of knowledge and reason while his voice is condescending and sneering towards people who don't immediately see things his way.
His voice and demeanor make him sound like an asshole. Listening to someone who sounds so biased is really difficult.
Not really, it was more of a manual for alienating people or polarizing those who don't share your same beliefs.
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