Cellar Door Skeptics 134: Type O Negative Saves the World

The ramblefest which is this weeks podcast, takes Hanna and Tanner, the Chris Squared Dynamic Duo, spends an hour and a half catching up, relaying amazing stories, and giving you a behind the scenes look at their relationship, friendship, and love of the human race.

There is not much more to the conversation other than take off your socks, kick your feet up, and relax with Cellar Door Skeptics late night show.

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Links
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http://loudwire.com/limp-bizkit-fred-durst-mockumentary-short-film-the-truth/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1JGsRHvwhvQ
https://noisey.vice.com/en_us/article/ryjnv6/fred-durst-the-interview

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marjoe
https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/ppm45m/marjoe-director-sarah-kernochan-talks-about-her-incredible-doc-on-the-evangelical-conman-456

http://www.indiewire.com/2017/10/philip-k-dicks-electric-dreams-trailer-amazons-bryan-cranston-1201884471/
https://www.amazon.com/Philip-K-Dicks-Electric-Dreams/dp/B075NTXMN9

Bi Weekly Blasphemy 11: Dont be a D!#%

The return of the Bi-Weekly Blasphemy, after a New Years hiatus, is a call to action against forum trolls and to step up in the necessity for us to act as we wish others would, to lead by example in making a difference in this world.

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Religion: A Cult of Fear?

One of the most impactful conversations I’ve ever had in life was with one of my closest mates, Tyler.  Tyler and I have been close since we were 11 or 12. We have one of those friendships that endures no matter the time or distance apart. We do not see each other as often as we would like, but when we do get together, we pick up right where we left off. He’s the Obi-Wan to my Anakin Skywalker—always there to provide insight whenever I feel lost.

The conversation we had took place at one of the hardest times of my life.  It was near the end of my sophomore year in college and I had just gotten out of a three and a half year relationship.  Naturally, I leaned on Tyler for support. This was the first opportunity I had to share my transitioning faith with him and he was curious about what led me to move in this direction.

My answer?

The bible.
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