Secular Saturday

TPPP Episode 49 : Trolling With Nathan

A day late but hopefully not a dollar short, here comes The Triple Po! On the pre-ramble I give a recap of the awesomeness that was Secular Saturday in Chattanooga. It was a lot of fun, and I got to hang out with some old friends as well as some new ones. It was a fucking blast!

On the palaver I speak with co-host of Trolling With Logic, Nathan Dickey. We talk about his show; some topics he has covered; what guests he’s had on; and… Lars von Trier? Yes, it was a wide-ranging and entertaining conversation that you’re not going to want to miss.

On the post-ramble, I talk about Jenica and Patrick Crail’s new podcast, Real Life Beyond Faith! The first episode is about to be released, and they have a Twitter and a Facebook page. Make sure you go check them out!

Download the show here.

Trolling With Logic

Trolling With Logic on Facebook

Trolling With Logic on Twitter

Real Life Beyond Faith on Facebook

Real Life Beyond Faith on Twitter

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TPPP Episode 48 : Hearing Voices 

Welcome to another installment of The Triple Po! In the pre-ramble this week, I announce THREE new patrons and a patron who is increasing their pledge! I also read another positive iTunes review. Finally, I remind everyone about Secular Saturday which is coming up this weekend.

On the palaver I speak to Rakeem and Esmerelda of The Outer Voices Podcast. We talk about their podcast; sex; the challenges of being a Black man in the South; polyamory; and much more. It was a great conversation with a couple of awesome people

On the post-ramble, I mention that I will be on PaleoRadio on Monday, July 17th, at 10 am Central, since once again I forgot to mention something in the pre-ramble. The topic will be ‘Is the Atheist Movement Eating Itself Alive?’ It should be an interesting discussion. Y’all should definitely check it out.

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Secular Saturday Convention

The Outer Voices Podcast

PaleoRadio

TPPP Episode 47 : True Neutral 

Welcome to another exciting installment of The Podunk Polymath Podcast! On the pre-ramble this week, it’s all good news as I read a very kind message from a friend and listener; an iTunes review with a little pizazz; new patrons; and an appearance on Trolling With Logic! I also remind y’all to get your tickets to the upcoming Secular Saturday Conference, and I also announce the next Atheists at the Pub on August 5th. It’s a cornucopia of coolness!

On the palaver this week, I speak to podcaster, friend, and Canadian Cory Johnston. We talk about his main gig as a co-host of Brainstorm Podcast, as well as his side project, The Hardcore Skeptic Examines. We talk about his focus on social justice, and his attempts to look at both sides of the issue, with sometimes less than optimal results, especially from the anti-SJW side. It’s a great conversation about social justice and the role it plays in our community, as well as the sometimes frustrating lack of honest discourse. I enjoyed speaking with him, and I think y’all will enjoy listening.

The post-ramble is the same shameless self-promotion as usual, but with the added twist of the mention of the upcoming one year anniversary of the podcast on August 15th. I only reason I talked about it in this segment is because of my notoriously bad memory. If y’all want to give me any audio or written messages, good or bad, to play or read on the anniversary episode, you can email, message, or call the phone-in line. I really hope I get a lot of messages because I always like hearing from y’all!

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The Biskeptical Podcast

Trolling with Logic – #040 – Chris Watson the Podunk Polymath

Secular Saturday Convention

Atheists at the Pub Event Page

The Brainstorm Podcast

The Hardcore Skeptic Examines

TPPP Episode 43 : A Woman’s Choice

Another episode of The Triple Po has come upon us. I have a guest read the show intro, Lexi from Scenic City Skeptic. I hope to make this a regular feature as long as I can entice enough people to do it. On the pre-ramble, I talk about Matthew O’Neil’s articles and my opinion of the person who threw him under the bus, and my reactions to Matthew and the articles themselves. I also have the second voicemail ever from William and Jessica, both of you have been on previous episodes and who met and became friends at ReasonCon. It’s a fun and rambling message!

On the palaver, I talk to my good friend Jen from Not Another Podcast about the history of abortion, her personal experiences with the procedure, and some of the myths associated with this extremely controversial topic. Jen makes clear that she didn’t regret her decision, and that most people are of the same mind. It is an enlightening conversation, and though Jen thinks her story isn’t remarkable, I still admire her courage for being willing to speak out about it. My hope is that other people will hear her story and it will make them feel not quite so alone.

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FGS029 Chris Watson

It’s Time to Stop Advocating for Violence

Swing and a Miss

I was wrong

U.S. Abortion History

U.S. Abortion Rate Falls To Lowest Level Since Roe v. Wade

Lessons from Before Roe: Will Past be Prologue?

The abortion rate hasn’t been this low since before ‘Roe v. Wade’

Induced Abortion Worldwide

The Myth of Abortion Regret

Validation of a Decisional Conflict Scale

Scenic City Skeptic

TPPP Episode 41 : The Gingers Snap Back 

Welcome to another episode of The Podunk Polymath Podcast. In the pre-ramble, I read a new iTunes review, which was written by Charone Frankel, host of a funny podcast called Habeas Humor, in which she talks about news stories about court and crime and gives it a funny twist. I then talk about Secular Saturday, which is a convention coming in July to Chattanooga, and yours truly will be on another podcaster panel! 

On the palaver, I talk to the hosts of The Ginger Snaps Podcast, Amy and Nadya. We talk about their podcast, what topics they have covered, the intersection of trans rights and social justice, and many other topics. Oh, and there is much laugher and bad jokes as well. Our conversation was very loose and jovial, and I really enjoyed talking to them. They are above all kind and funny, and those are qualities that endear me to them, and I think y’all will agree. 

In the post-ramble, I tell y’all I was on The Imaginary Friends Show, which I talk about here because I forgot to mention it on the pre-ramble. Damn bad memory! I hope y’all enjoy the show! 

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Habeas Humor Page 

Habeas Humor on Facebook 

Habeus Humor on Twitter 

Secular Saturday Page 

The Ginger Snaps Page 

The Gingers Snaps on Facebook 

The Ginger Snaps on Twitter 

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