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Dec 5, 2013

The Show Notes

BRINE baby BRINE!
Intro
Friend Request
Religious Moron(s) of the Week
     
- Jeremy Gordon Grinnell from Morgan Driscol

     - Fatwa against women swimming from Richard Lane

     - Kansas City Prayer Booths from Larry Miller
Geo’s Mom Reads Jay-Z Lyrics
     
- Magna Carta from Magna Carta Holy Grail
I Don’t Believe in Christmas
Ask George

     - Funky? from Scott Jensen

     - Funk mix tape? from Chip Cherry
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Rob
five and a half years ago

The Kansas City Prayer Booth story is a spoof, albeit a successful one. The origin of the story is this article in Topekas News written by one Haywood Bynum III http://topekasnews.com/kansas-town-installs-phone-prayer-booths-residents-can-call-god-whenever-need/
Other articles in Topekas News by Haywood Bynum III include "Japanese Scientists Combine Dog and Bird, Create Fukushima Dird Mutant" (http://topekasnews.com/japanese-scientists-combine-dog-bird-create-fukushima-dird-mutant/)

The paryer booth report was picked up at face value and run by, among others, Christian Post (http://www.christianpost.com/news/phone-prayer-booths-attract-100000-prayers-a-week-may-be-reason-for-reduced-crime-rate-in-kansas-city-110087/) but pointed out to be a spoof by Friendly Atheist (http://www.patheos.com/blogs/friendlyatheist/2013/12/05/the-popular-story-of-the-kansas-city-prayer-booths-is-false-but-the-brilliant-artist-behind-the-booth-is-genuine/).

JHGRedekop
five and a half years ago

If swimming in the (masculine) sea makes women adulteresses, does it make men gay?

And what gender is the Arabic word for air?