The guest we had lined up for this week apparently skipped town, but have no fear! We had a meeting with the Salt City Skeptics, a group of people who emerged from the local cult of Mormonism with intact psyches and a skeptical perspective on life. Check out the unique outlook of a distinctly rational minority subculture forced to live inside a larger culture that is clearly insane.Read More
[leighton] This month we are pleased to welcome the founder of Salt City Skeptics, and guest, to our monthly list of guests. They were invited due to the comments made about one of us being a little grating, although they stated the discussions were good, and after going through who they are, what they do, what they believe, etc. we get down to the nitty gritty and actually discover that Charley is the one who grates on our listeners. Join us this Friday for proof that he is the reason we will never be able to break ten listeners(Not including Amy who won the 100th listener spot for being cute(Possibly cute since I have never met her) and might date me(This probably only occurring on the day my curse takes effect and my penis becomes the size of a normal man’s).).Read More
[ann]In our silver anniversary edition of Atheist News Network, we talk about an RPG-related hammer attack in Cedar City, Utah, as well as our previous guest Professor Wasileska’s growing irritation with declining college student work ethic coupled with increasing pressures for grade inflation.
We really tried to keep it together for this one, but as you can tell, we fell apart at the end. Check it out here.Read More
Those of you who’ve been listening for a while might remember when we discussed the plagues of the Exodus waaaaay back in podcast #2. Today we take on the archaeological evidence for the Exodus account found in the Bible that has been unearthed after 100 years of searching. SPOILER ALERT: There is none.
Was it worth the wait? Only one way to find out.Read More
We recorded a rough draft of the Bible/Egypt podcast yesterday, but it wasn’t up to snuff — a little disorganized, and far too much random information. So we’re going to give it another go tomorrow, slim it down, keep it relevant, and I’ll try to get it online ASAP.
But mostly the extra time is to make Leighton suck less.Read More