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The Price of Booing

A radio listener named Eugene Kim, a psychiatrist, writes with some good feedback about our "Boo... Who?" podcast (which we recently updated in an hour-long podcast called "Show and Yell"): Loved the "Show & Yell" episode, and had a few laugh out loud moments in the car as I was driving (i.e. the "boo" Giants baseball piece).  However, as a fellow explorer of the unseen, the unconscious, and seemingly irrational decisions of fellow human beings, I was disappointed at the cursory attempt to explain why we do and don't boo.
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