1h 3 min

# 157 — Cancelled The NonProphet Podcast

    • Philosophie

Last October Michael, Kegan and Joe Holmes got together with Billy Innes, who first appeared on the Episode 48 of the podcast, to discuss the risk of speaking one's mind on social media, and how difficult it is — even when mistakes are made by the accusers — for cancel culture to reverse course or admit the wrongness of its righteousness. Billy is an artist and former professional cyclist, whose team still holds the record for the Race Across America, and he was also the director of the U.S. Junior National Team until some unfortunate events in 2020 caused USA Cycling to terminate his employment. Billy describes those events in detail, which should be eye-opening for many, and does not bode well for the future of civil discourse or civility in our society in general.

Last October Michael, Kegan and Joe Holmes got together with Billy Innes, who first appeared on the Episode 48 of the podcast, to discuss the risk of speaking one's mind on social media, and how difficult it is — even when mistakes are made by the accusers — for cancel culture to reverse course or admit the wrongness of its righteousness. Billy is an artist and former professional cyclist, whose team still holds the record for the Race Across America, and he was also the director of the U.S. Junior National Team until some unfortunate events in 2020 caused USA Cycling to terminate his employment. Billy describes those events in detail, which should be eye-opening for many, and does not bode well for the future of civil discourse or civility in our society in general.

1h 3 min

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