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Kyle, Mike and Sam answer emails and take phone calls.   We also talk about a show on KLAY called “The Last Word”, a religious show immediately following ours, which exists only to refute our arguments and troll us.   In short, they make a severe misstep.

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Sam Mulvey is a producer and the technical brain behind Ask an Atheist. He is a collector of vinegar varieties, vintage computers, antique radios, and propaganda.

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Paul J Hannah November 28, 2011 at 12:46 am

Do you have an email address or a website for that poisonous hag who comes after you, I can’t find one and I’d like her to know how I feel about her venomous commentary.
Paul Hannah
Brisbane Australia

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Mike Gillis November 28, 2011 at 10:22 am

No, her show doesn’t seem to have a website or an email address.

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D-Rock November 28, 2011 at 11:32 am

I loved the real-time grammar nazi-ing. Made me laugh out loud during a really depressing and angering show.

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Don Gwinn November 28, 2011 at 5:28 pm

It’s not even on KLAY’s website, even on the On-Air Schedule. Hm.

She’s actually set herself a pretty high bar here, when you think about it. How many people host and prep for Ask an Atheist, with a week between shows? She apparently walks in with no show preparation except listening to your show for the hour prior to hers and then immediately tries to rebut it by herself. That’s varsity-level stuff to be attempting.

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Mike Gillis November 28, 2011 at 7:52 pm

To be fair, KLAY is a small operation and it took a while for us to get on the schedule.

And yeah, we sometimes spend weeks getting ready for some shows, with multiple people contributing. She doesn’t even give herself an hour to collect her thoughts and try to arrange them in a coherent order.

Unless she says something especially egregious about one of our friends or something really hateful, I doubt we’ll talk about her again.

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Tim branin November 28, 2011 at 9:40 pm

I really liked your show this week. I found it amusing that A.K. Adams was brow beating your guest because he didn’t forgive his father for the abuse he suffered, and that doing so would make him more like Christ. Now I’m personally of the belief that one can forgive a person without them seeking forgiveness, but I find this particularly ridiculous because according to most Christians, Jesus most certainly does not. Christ only forgives those who seek it, if you die before seeking forgiveness, too bad, you’re screwed. So if Jesus with his supposed infinite compassion and understanding can’t forgive a person without them first seeking it, why should a human strive to be any better? Seems to me if Jerry truly wished to be Christlike he’d be well within his rights to curse his late father for all eternity. However were he to even forgive his father he’d have more than surpassed Jesus in compassion.

Great show, keep it up,
Tim

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Randy Rumley November 28, 2011 at 9:50 pm

What a fine, upstanding, Christian. Conversation at Dorkys makes much more sense now.

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Ajax Blackburn November 29, 2011 at 6:41 am

Just a note.
The Hawaiian Comedians Last name is pronounced:
. Uh – Peeo.
The Kermit part one can’t miss and it’s the name of a football player that had a particularly good game one day so his father named his son “Kermit”.
(at least, that’s the joke he tells)

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