Skeptiles: Episode 12 – Palestine, Patrick and Priests

Skeptiles: Episode 12 – Palestine, Patrick and Priests

Skeptiles for Tuesday, November 20th in which we talk about Israel/Palestine and the international hacker group “Anonymous” with our guest “Patrick” from San Diego and Joe brings us Arrested Developments: stories of clergy behaving badly. Finally, Scooter shares a harrowing ‘gator story with us from his time as a merchant marine.



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Related links:
Anonymous escalates its ‘cyberwar’ against Israel


CrossTalk on Israel-Gaza conflict: Gates of Hell (ft. Norman Finkelstein)

Maine Priest Arrested for Smuggling Drugs 

Pastor accused of assaulting men during counseling

Priest arrested for outraging modesty of minor girl

Fairfield priest indicted, arrested on child sex charges

New allegation follow arrest of ex-bishop and retired priest


2 Replies to “Skeptiles: Episode 12 – Palestine, Patrick and Priests”

  1. Hey guys, great show! Was listening on my phone, but you cried so much about not getting any comments I thought I’d come here and tell you it worked; boo-hoo-ing for attention just like a little girl got you the attention you so crave.

    Oh, and BTW, ehem [puts on best corny Dick van Dyke cockney accent] oim frum Sussex, sow ay bi’ les ov the piss-take, fank yow ver’ much! Only joking, it’s nice that our disgusting and evil clergy are attracting attention amongst your normal home-grown perverts. And Gloucester is pronounced ‘Gloster’ – I know it’s stupid, but it does give us one of our favourite past-times over here; laughing at Americans trying to pronounce our stupidly (if historically rooted) spelt place names! Man, you should hear how some people say ‘Loughborough’ – it should be pronounced ‘Luff-burra’.

    Wow, looking at this very red website has made my eyes go all weird – either that, or someone’s spiked the kool-aid and work will be ‘interesting’ today…

    Oh, and if I hear of anything worth pointing in your direction, particularly about the Clergy, I will. Keep up the good work!

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