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  • Episode 62 – Religion and Characterization

    This week we talk about playing a character who believes in something that you don’t.  All three of us are performers at the Minnesota Renaissance Festival and we have to think about what our characters believe and if that belief differs from our own.  Tim, for instance, plays a character who is Catholic.  Molly and Nick haven’t spent so much time thinking about that sort of thing but they know their characters believe in fairies.  Our conversation isn’t so much about being performers at the Festival as it is about being actors and how you come up with characters who are different from who you are. And do we read five answers from a listener?  Of course we do!!!

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  • Episode 47 – Why are we Atheists so Angry?

    Skep-Tech/Greta ChristinaWaaaay back at Skep-Tech, we had the opportunity to sit down and record a podcast with Greta Christina to talk about her book – “Why are You Atheists so Angry – 99 Things that Piss off the Godless.”  Not only did we have an opportunity to talk about a lot of things that piss us off, we asked Greta our five questions.  Among other things, we got to learn about her secret geeky hobby which, we have to say, is pretty awesome.  Also, in the tradition of Geeks Without God giving away stuff, we have a copy of Greta’s book to give away!  Just listen to the podcast and you will learn the very simple rules you need to follow to be a winner!

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  • Episode 11 – Indiana Jones Boner

    Another installment of our geeky boners!  Molly geeks about the Renaissance Festival, Nick geeks about his new job and Tim geeks about Indiana Jones.  We talk about the odds of aliens visiting our planet vs. the odds that god exists.  Because we are geeks, we dis on George Lucas for a little while. Then we spend some time talking about the space program in the wake of Neil Armstrong’s death.  We also read the first listener set of answers to our five questions. Thanks to Dana Freiberg for submitting her answers!

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