Skeptiles: Episode 70 – A Cavalcade of Crazy

Skeptiles: Episode 70 – A Cavalcade of Crazy

skeptiles4-itunes Skeptiles for Tuesday, January 21st, 2014: Cops walk free from murder of mentally ill homeless man. An ex-cop murders a man for texting in a theater. We discuss Nigeria’s anti-gay law.  The Catholic church grilled by the UN over child rape. Mom mistakes exorcism for the Operation game and kills her two kids. This just in: AA doesn’t really work. And Joe brings us fresh Arrested Developments, including a dad who gives a predator youth pastor a holy beating and a pastor so bad that he even disgusts his meth dealer.

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4 Replies to “Skeptiles: Episode 70 – A Cavalcade of Crazy”

  1. Hey people! Great couple of shows (have been listening on Stitcher lately as my boss has been working me hard and talk radio makes some tasks slower, hence not been in front of the comment section when I finish listening). Leighann is an awesome new host, she definitely raises the bar for the show and has some great perspectives on stuff. I don’t know if the guys have noticed this yet either, but she is some kind of black-belt in rhetorical-judo! She’s so slick when she disagrees, turning it round in such a way that you barely realise it.

    Criticism of the 12-steps is one of the things I liked best about James Frey’s book ‘Million Little Pieces’. There’s gotta be a better way…

  2. I just remembered, I meant to thank you for the new website; the old one looked cool, but that red background made my eyes ache after writing long comments. This looks much better!

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