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Lynn Thompson and Philip Shepherd share a variety of thoughts in this half hour conversation recorded in June 2015 in Philip's family home on Ward's Island near Toronto. It's been a couple years since they last met up.
Philip Shepherd with wife Allyson (shades) and Lynn
You can find three other podcasts that feature Philip here on the Rabble Podcast Network to fill in more ideas:
October 2012 - shorter conversation with Philip, after the ferry!
April 2013 - catching up with Philip Shepherd
Living on Purpose was a 'live' show on CHLY Nanaimo BC from 2004 - 2009, and has been contributing episodes to the Rabble Podcast Network since the spring of 2007.
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