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TPPP Episode 52 : #OneYearPodunkiversary Live Show

It’s that episode y’all has been waiting for : The #OneYearPodunkiversary Live Show! Myself and guest Zach Law from Zachrilege Cast host a two and a half hour extravaganza! We karaoked, took calls, played voicemails, read emails, we laughed, we cried. Well, maybe not the last one, but we did have great time talking to our friends and listeners including Jeremiah and Ari from SJW Circle Jerk, who were in studio with Michael Schaffer, host of Reasonable Risk Podcast and show patron; Amy Kuhel from The Ginger Snaps; friend and one-time guest William Ferguson; listener and badass Jon Livingston, who is most certainly NOT Ishmael Brown; Rob from Secular Yakking; Nathan Dickey from Trolling With Logic; and friend and sometime co-conspirator Jeanne Ikerd. I had a lot of fun doing this, and I am so grateful and humbled by all the support and love I have received over the past year. I also wanted to thank Dot Dot Dash for their music, which has become an integral part of the show. My patrons deserve thanks as well for thinking enough of my humble creation to actually pay for it. And, finally, to all of you have listened and interacted with me over the past year. It has truly been a pleasure and an honor to be your host. Here’s to hoping for plenty of years to come!

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TPPP Episode 46 : Humanist Service Beyond Belief

Thanks for joining me once again for that podcast that is more addictive than crack, The Podunk Polymath Podcast! This week’s intro is read by those spicy redheads from The Ginger Snaps, and of course they had to do it THEIR way! On the pre-ramble I talk about the inaugural Atheists in the Pub held at East Nashville Beer Works in Nashville. We had a good group of people come out, and I look forward to doing future AitP’s with even more people! If you’re in the Middle Tennessee area, or anywhere else, come and check out the next event if you can. I also briefly mention the Cheeto-in-Chief’s not so veiled threat to commit violence on CNN. What can you even say anymore?

On the palaver I speak to Jude Lane and Warren Tidwell from the Humanist Service Corps, which is under the umbrella of the Foundation Beyond Belief. They tell me about their work in Ghana assisting women who are accused of being witches; helping with building vital infrastructure in the villages; as well as some of the challenges they encounter in their endeavors. I admire these guys greatly, indeed anyone who does this sort of work in the service of humanism. I think it helps to show that atheists are capable of doing good, and that we can achieve great things. I think y’all would agree that their stories are very inspiring, and we should all strive to do more within our own abilities to help people.

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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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