The Zippy Boys return in an out of this world episode. This week, we turn to the story around the stellar Olympian Simone Biles, the meteoric private space tourism race and the other worldly comfort of our God in the Psalms. We also continue the Summer of the Mini-Series discussion, returning to Tinker, Tailor, Solider, Spy.
Jason and Tim discuss the news around one of the most accomplished Olympians, Simone Biles, and her withdrawal from many of the events of this summer’s Olympic Games. They consider the points Jason outline in his earlier piece about Bile’s withdrawal.
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There has been a lot of noise online about the private space race between billionaires Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson. Is this really just a frivolous fight between people with too much money?
Picking up from Episode 5, Jason checks in on Tim’s progress through the late 1970’s mini-series Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy. Along the way, they consider how George Smiley resonates for those who have experienced unfair attacks as whistleblowers.
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Tim and Jason turn to the Book of Psalms and talk about how they give us comfort in all the different situations of life we experience.
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