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Introduction to what the hell this is about and then onto the episode where the 10 commandments duke it out with the 10 Amendments to determine if the US was founded as a Christian nation. And who is afraid of albino beavers?
 
Of course, the obvious solution to illegal immigration is to just send them back; but will that really work? Does
that actually stop anyone? Does that actually save us money?
 
Stealing music. Is it all right to? Those old men who run Virgin records are rich beyond most people’s dreams. Surely, I should be allowed to stick it to them a little.
 
There’s plenty to fear in life from allergic reactions caused by bed-bug feces to backyard ebola. Thankfully someone is trying to hide all this fear from you.
 
(This fixes a technical glitch from the first release) Sure homosexuals are an abomination in God’s eyes, but are his the eyes we should worried about? Are there other, secular, issues that concern this controversial topic?
 
Warning! This is a highly offensive religious topic. Don’t bother if you’re a fan of Jesus and all that he’s done for you.
 
Yes, we’ve all been told that drugs are bad. Let’s explore that. Maybe they’re worse than we thought. Maybe they’re better. Maybe we won’t actually come to any conclusion, but hey! we’ll kill some time.
 
Fairy tales exposed!
 
Episode 9: Pascal's Wager Listener Favorite
Not the hydrodynamics formulas or the crappy programming language, but the gamble for your eternal soul!
 
Do ghosts really have nothing better to do than sit around making noises? If they’re trying to scare you, is THAT the best they can do?
 
Almost everyone is a specialist in their field today. Could this specialization come back to haunt us in the event of a world-wide disaster?
 
Home schooling vs. public schooling. Wasn’t it Al Bundy that said, “I know the score! I played home school football!”?
 
In the concept of the [censored]-centric universe, ask yourself how many people around you actually know
what the hell they’re doing?
 
Are we still scared by these ancient creatures?
 
What would life be like if we all lived to be 500?
 
It’s easy, and fun, to say someone is stupid when they don't agree with your religious views, but is it really that simple?
 
Not a real episode, but some limited information about the guy that does this crap.
 
Are your thoughts really your own? Are you sure?
 
This is an experimental episode. It’s a more-serious attempt at directly discussing steps to critically examine information. Call it Critically Thinking 101. Let me know is this is vaguely helpful.
 
A talking donkey, peeping tom, anal afflictions. The bible has it all. This purely-informational episode may enlighten you to some rarely-heard stories of the King James Bible. It's just for fun. Enjoy!
 
How sure are you that the historical evidence you've believed in for so long is accurate?
 
Ad hominem, Straw man, False Correlation, Hasty Generalization. How not to make an argument.
 
Now the aliens know where we live.
 
If the "Law of Attraction" behind "The Secret" is true, how much hope is there for mankind?
 
A practical look at why SOME people just can’t get behind the idea that an all-powerful entity created us and is deciding everyone’s fate. And yes, I use atheist and non-believer interchangeably.
 
Ignoring all the fantastical abilities of superheroes, I’d like to point out numerous reasons why we don’t have, or want, masked-people perched atop buildings at night trying to help us.
 
An unusually-lengthy meandering about computer issues that the average user should be completely intolerant.
 
You asked for it! More tales of king David, Ezekiel's bony adventure, and the entire book of Revelation!
 
Not an episode, but a fond farewell.