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410. What Does Covid-19 Mean for Cities (and Marriages)?

410. What Does Covid-19 Mean for Cities (and Marriages)?

Update: 2020-03-2650
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There are a lot of upsides to urban density — but viral contagion is not one of them. Also: a nationwide lockdown will show if familiarity really breeds contempt. And: how to help your neighbor.

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Mustafa Thunder

Never occurred to me that you can be contemptuous of those you are familiar with more than people you don't know as much about. but it resonates with me on some level

Apr 7th
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Paul Lacapruccia

Good luck getting past contempt. As you both admit, it's just about impossible to stop feeling contempt for contemptible people.

Mar 28th
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AK47

Love the podcast. Would really appreciate it if you could list all the references, studies, and experts you mention on the podcast.

Mar 27th
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Sean DAgnolo

great episode overall

Mar 26th
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Sean DAgnolo

regarding the relationships: surprised to not hear more about the practice of meditation and it's role in your ability to navigate the psychosis you blame others for.

Mar 26th
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410. What Does Covid-19 Mean for Cities (and Marriages)?

410. What Does Covid-19 Mean for Cities (and Marriages)?

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