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  • The Nihilist Inning

    Hi there GWG fans!  Just thought you might enjoy this audio comedy written by Tim and featuring both Molly and Tim on voice work.  Also featured are friends of the show Charles Hubbell, Windy Bowlsby and Geoffrey Brown as well as Dawn Krosnowski and Don Cosgrove.  Sound effects were also provided by friend of the show Salsa Sterling.

    This script was presented as part of Big Fun Radio Funtime in March and since Baseball season just opened, it seemed appropriate to post it.  Tim wrote this thinking “I don’t believe in god, but I *do* believe in hot dogs.”

    Thanks to Jerry Stearns for some great post production work!


  • Episode 145 – Scientology

    scientologycultYou, dear listeners, paid for this episode!  As a result of your generous donations, all three of us visited the Scientology center in downtown St. Paul and took their personality test.  It might surprise you to learn that all three of us had problems only Scientology could solve!  Other than that, our experiences were surprisingly different.  We hope you enjoy our conversation about the world of Xenu!  By the way – if the three of us disappear in the near future, you’ll know why!

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  • Episode 144 – Path to Enlightenment

    6837071_origThis week, we are joined once again by Charles Hubbell, who takes us on a spiritual journey.  We start with Catholicism, work through born again Christianity, Buddhism and finally we find our way to atheism.  Along the way, we talk about Chiropractic medicine, miracle berriess and Tim’s stripper name.  Is it any wonder this ended up being our longest episode ever?  And that’s even after we edited out Molly’s pee break!


  • Episode 143 – Awkward Family Moments

    DanceDevil2This week we have another episode recorded at Die Laughing.  After the Epic Lip Sync battle, we sat down with dancer, choreographer, and improvisor Erin Sheppard to talk about those awkward family moments that arise when you are an atheist.  We discuss things like being asked to lead prayer, talking about shows with religious themes and other awkward experiences that are common to being a non-believer in a world of believers.  Of course, Erin also gets a crack at our five questions!

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  • Episode 142 – Getting Jobbed

    job-changeThis week’s episode was recorded in a hotel room at Die Laughing.  We sat down with Josh Nite,  who has joined us before. Previously, we had talked about his now former job with Kingdom of Loathing.  This time, we talked with him about job transitions as all four of us have made some major career changes in the last few months.   Somehow, we manage to tie it back to atheism and the idea that you need to make the most of the life you have.  Josh also asks us three questions.  So he still owes us two.  We’ll probably have to invite him back.


  • Episode 141 – Blasphemous Comics

    0_0_0_0_239_363_csupload_45417958This week’s episode was recorded live at Die Laughing 2015.  Our guest was ZM Thomas, author of The Bible 2, Abe the Aborted Fetus and the soon to be released Joseph Smith in Space.  We talked with him about his talent for blasphemous puns, his favorite subversive comics and more. We also managed to raise $1000 for Fearless Comedy Productions and will be going to Scientology camp!

     


  • Episode 140 – Pratfalls of Atheism

    4b69d1f36462257020a88d256eebfa88This week’s episode was recorded live at Die Laughing 2015!  We sat down with Levi Weinhagen, who is something of a podcasting expert.  His current slate includes Pratfalls of Parenting, Regret Labs, and Reason Gone Mad.  He is also one of the minds behind the spectacularly funny Comedy Suitcase, a company devoted to making smart comedy that is accessible to all ages.  We talk with Levi about his podcasts and then get into the meat of our conversation – the challenges of being out as an atheist.  We also make a lot of inappropriate jokes about Bill Cosby.

    Also, check out a list of all sorts of podcasts produced in the Twin Cities at http://tcpods.us!


  • Geeks Without God at Die Laughing

    0001069793_10Hey Everyone-

    Die Laughing is this weekend and our Geeks Without God schedule is all set to go!  All times are Central Standard Time.  You can come out to see us at the DoubleTree in Bloomington or you can stream us online!

    At 12:00 noon, we will be talking with comedian, podcaster, and writer Levi Weinhagen.  We’ll be talking with him about the baggage that comes with identifying as an atheist.

    At 9:0o PM, we will have Comic book writer Z.M. Thomas, writer of “The Bible 2″ and “Abe the Aborted Fetus.”  He will talk to us about his work and about a new project coming out soon!

    Remember, if we can raise $1000 by the end of our 9:00 podcast, the three of us will go to a Scientology center and be audited.  We will then record a podcast about our experience so you can all share in our pain!

    You can make an online contribution at dielaughingmarathon.com or in person at the event.

    ALSO, the silent auction will feature a guest spot on our podcast!  If you’ve ever wanted to be a guest but we just haven’t gotten around to asking you, come out and bid!  Last year, a few out of town folks made bids by proxy so we’ll be happy to help with that.


  • Episode 139 – Boners at School

    graduationWe have a whole new set of geeky boners to share with everyone this week.  Tim has a couple of mini boners about gaming and British TV series.  Molly has a far more impressive boner involving a new favorite podcast.  Nick has a gigantic boner about going back to school.  Of course we have a listener answer our five questions and we remind everyone about what is going on at Die Laughing this weekend.  Enjoy!

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  • Episode 138 – Out at Work

    _72221104_reutersThis week’s episode features our friend Andy Wilkins, who has several experiences coming out at work.  She’s come out as atheist, a gay man and finally a transgender woman.  We talk about the differences in those experiences and the challenges in coming out at work versus friends and family.  Of course Andy also gets a crack at our five questions.