Thu, 1 October 2009
The Show Notes
Religious Moron(s) of the Week
- Iran’s virgin rapers from David Barwick
- Abdul Mouti Bayoumi from David Barwick
- Brian Lee Randone from Bruce Press, Peter Sosna
- Kirk Cameron & Ray Comfort from Josh Harrison
- Aussie religious education advisory panel from David Clarke
- Max Feinberg from Peter Sosna
- Mesac Damas from Miranda Richards, Jared Congiardo, Patrick Lawrence
- Maximo Garza from Rob Hinkley
- Jessica Banks from Bob Arens, Miranda Richardson
- The Bell Shoals Baptist Church from Hunter Elendbaas, Patrick LawrenceThanks to Tracy King and Milton Mermikides
- Matthew Cordell from James HG Redekop, Jared Congiardo
- Conservative States
- Jose Flores from Danny Zepeda, Richard Lane, James HG Redekop, Travis Roy, Miranda Richards, Kendra Antony, Raymond Moore
- Steven L. Anderson from Maria Myrback
- Gunther Link from Danny Zepeda, Mark Crislip
See you in London!
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Ms. Information says: "You're allowed to borrow Our Boy for exactly one week, London. Please return in good condition. Cheers."
I nearly crapped myself when I heard the story about Brian Randone. I also went to Southwestern Seminary and was a member of the touring drama team, The Company. We performed at Christian events all over the US. We did quite a few events with Brian (he truly was a Christian mime) and some of the guys on our team even roomed with him a couple of times. This is just freaking me out!
When you search for \\\"cannoli nachos\\\" on Google, geologicpodcast.com is already the 4th highest entry. The recipe mentioned earlier is the 1st entry. Maybe someone can lobby for cannoli nachos at TAM8. Oh look, it can be ordered online http://www.vaccarospastry.com/itemDetail.do?id=481 Expensive though, probably because it is perishable and needs special shipment.
Not to stomp on your hope or anything, but during the recent solar eclipse in China & India, pregnant women were being told to stay indoors to protect their fetuses from evil influences. On the next-to-last American Freethought (Episode 66), their interviewee, Danny Zepeda, mentioned a lunar eclipse during which his then-pregnant wife was told that she must put a red ribbon over her belly to protect her child if she wanted to go outside while the Moon was eclipsed. So, while people aren\\\'t running around thinking the world will end, there are still plenty of silly superstitions circulating.
Hi Geo, Welcome to the UK! I really wish I could go to your show, but I\'m at work. :-( A word of warning about all of us Brits, it\'s something we generally don\'t talk about, but you probably should know. Mary Poppins was in fact a documentary and we all really sound like Dick Van Dyke. Anytime you hear one of us speak, we just put on our accents for show - behind closed doors we all sound like mid-Atlantic chimney-sweeps. It\'s all \"strike-a-light\" and \"apples-an-pears\" and no mistake. It\'s a dirty little secret we\'ve been keeping from the outside world for decades. Oh, it feels so good to finally get that off my chest... Have fun at TAM!
I sent you this via Twitter, but I have no idea how many messages you\\\'d have to sort through to see it. http://www.vaccarospastry.com/itemDetail.do?id=481 I would not be surprised if there were other Italian pastry shops that have cannoli chips and dip.
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