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Soulsmith

Upon advancing to the peak of Soulsmith, the boys find they are overflowing with podcast madra. Dan and Luke respond to fellow sacred artists from /r/Iteration110Cradle. Keep sending us suggested topics (@DCitaBC, dcbc@dontcallitabookclub.com, or comment on the upcoming reddit post)! Dan is obviously on the path of controversial theories and Luke seems to be leaning Team Yerin. We end with a new segment featuring a question of vital importance.

Special thanks to VOLO for the intro and outro music.

Will Wight Cradle Soulsmith