Full episode 358: Social Engineering Act Two Take My Bike...please. Share a clip Transcript When David Ellis Dickerson was 12, he got a new bike, and his father decided to use the occasion to teach David a lesson. But the lesson David learned wasn't the one his father intended. (9 minutes) ByDavid Ellis Dickerson Song:“Old Bikes” by The Trucks More in EducationView all 790: You're It Jan. 27, 2023 Act Two: Game of Phones Over the last few years, producer Chana Joffe-Walt has been checking in with someone who wears the mantle of being “it” well. 776: I Work Better on Deadline July 29, 2022 Act One: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Quorum Reporter Sarah Gibson tells the story of a huge political divide in the tiny town of Croydon, NH – population 800. 764: School's Out Forever Mar. 11, 2022 Act Two: The Case of The Vanishing Sixth Grader The pandemic moved lots of families around, and many children simply vanished from school, in person, and online. More by David Ellis DickersonView all 432: Know When To Fold ‘Em Apr. 8, 2011 Act One: Is This War or Is This Hearts? David Ellis Dickerson tells the story of heading home to Tucson after six years away, having rejected the evangelical Christianity of his family. 394: Bait and Switch Nov. 6, 2009 Act Two: Raw Sex Ira talks with David Ellis Dickerson about some of the bait and switch techniques David used when he was an evangelical trying to bring converts to the Church. 340: The Devil in Me Sept. 7, 2007 Act Three: The Devil Wears Birkenstocks Some people battle inner demons, but contributor David Ellis Dickerson went one step further.