The Circle Podcast
Once a high school ritual, now shared with the world. Welcome to the circle.
info_outline Know your rights 08/24/2020
Know your rights In this episode we talk shortly about a criminal case where a young man was coerced into a false confession, we touch on the tactics used by the detectives and how you should know your rights when dealing with a officer of the law. This episode was inspired by Sword and scale podcast, we highly recommend you go and listen to episode 168 where you can hear the full story told very professional. We also steer off the path and talk about all things random as we naturally do. Listen in and enjoy the episode!
info_outline Food, cats, and equality 08/10/2020
Food, cats, and equality In our 50th episode we touch on a multitude of topics as usual when we don't come prepared. We talk about fruits/veggies and our animals (yes again), then we take on a more serious tone towards the last hour or so talking about equality. Listen in and hear what its all about!
info_outline Maxwell didn't kill herself 07/20/2020
Maxwell didn't kill herself We are back! After taking a week off from the show we come back talking about Jeffery Epstein and his accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell, James new passion for cooking, and talk a whole lot of nonsense along the way. Listen in and enjoy!
info_outline What's next? 06/08/2020
What's next? In this episode the boys went through a journal publish by Harvard named the "Roadmap to Pandemic Resilience" but before they discussed what they had read, a majority of this episode is filled with discussion around the current status of the country.
info_outline A circle 05/18/2020
A circle In this episode we sit down and have a classic circle. This show was originally created for us as friends to come together and share the things that were bothering us, with this episode we make a step to get back to that. We hope you enjoy this episode of The Circle Podcast!
info_outline For the boys 05/11/2020
For the boys With this being our longest episode to date half way through the pace changes from playing a game to a more serious tone of two opposite opinions colliding and even though the conclusion is more of "agree to disagree" those two people who hold those opinions are no less of friends because of it. Here on The Circle Podcast we understand everyone has differing opinions and all see the world differently. Two people/friends can disagree but still be civil along the way.