We have re-tooled our five questions once again! If you would like to send answers to our questions, we will read them on the air on a first in, first out basis. Exceptions are Patreon supporters, who move right to the top of the list!
We read listener answers during most host only episodes!
1) What Conspiracy Theory do you find most interesting/compelling?
There are a few ways to interpret this question and we leave it open to your interpretation. You could tell us which conspiracy theory you think is most likely to be correct. You could also tell us which one you find fascinating for whatever reason you think it is fascinating. It could also be the conspiracy theory that annoys you the most so it is one you think about more than others. You pick!
2) What is your perfect two week vacation?
Money is no obstacle but physics is. You can’t go to Mars for two weeks because that is not possible. It needs to be a vacation you can actually, physically, take.
3) What’s a movie or book that changed your life and how or why?
We are all geeks and often one of the things that makes us a geek is the impact our geek loves have on who we are. So tell us about something that had a profound impact on who you are. If you can’t think of a movie or a book but you can think of a TV show, that’s OK too!
4) What is the geekiest thing you have ever done or said?
When did you take something you loved and push it to eleven?
5) What’s your favorite hangover cure?
It could be one you’ve never tried but think sounds super interesting. It could be one that works super well for you. If you are Tim, it could just be not drinking.
We have two retired sets of five questions. If you’d like to know what they are, read on!
1) What is a movie you will stop and watch any time it is on?
We aren’t asking you for a favorite movie (though it may be). Rather, we want to know what movie can draw you in no matter how many times you’ve seen it.
2) What is your Geekiest or most prized possession?
You know you own something awesome that everyone else wants. What is it?
3) Which Supernatural or all powerful being do you wish was real?
You can refer to historical deities (Thor, Zeus) or fictional ones (Cthulhu). Yes, we recognize that Thor is also fictional. Work with us here.
4) Say Religion is gone. What is the biggest problem that now faces humanity?
This question does not presume that Religion is the biggest problem facing humanity. A theist might answer this question by saying “the absence of religion.” An atheist may think religion is a big problem but still not as big as climate change. On the other hand, if religion is out of the equation, it is possible women’s rights would make huge advances. Interesting hypothetical, right?
5) What is your favorite quote?
Make sure you source it correctly! Or at least pretend you did.
E-mail us your answers at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com!
Note: below are our original five questions in case you want to reminisce about the old days.
1) What is the best movie you’ve seen in the last thirty days?
This can be in the movie theater or at home, on Netflix or DVD. It can be the first time you’ve watched something or the fifteenth time. Just tell us a little about the movie and why you liked it.
2) Who is your favorite atheist character?
Yeah, this one is tricky. There aren’t a lot of them., but there are more than you think. We’ve heard about characters from books, movies, TV series, comics and even video games.
Agnostic characters are also acceptable – but kind of a cop out.
3) What is your geekiest hobby?
Which of your hobbies is so geeky, other geeks would be a little bit shocked and, perhaps, impressed?
4) What is your favorite sandwich?
Specifics are required. What kind of bread? Mayo or Miracle Whip? Toasted or cold? This stuff is important.
5) What is the stupidest thing anyone has said to you about your atheism/agnosticism?
And why do you think it was so stupid?
If you want us to read your answers on the air, you can send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll put your answers in the queue and when it is your turn, we’ll read them on the air!
Then, eventually, we’ll post all the answers on this page. That sounds like a lot of work, though, so don’t be surprised if that takes us a while.