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  • Episode 165 – The Satanic Temple

    0MEchYtThis week, we are joined by John Wreisner, Minneapolis chapter head of the Satanic Temple. We talk about the mission and ideals of the Satanic Temple, which are actually pretty cool.  We also learn a lot about some seriously messed up shit taking place in a Minnesota School district.  John was a really great guest and this episode is really terrific.  We hope to work with him and The Satanic Temple  in the future!

    Note: There is some weird stuff going on with the sound on this one.  I’m not sure what caused it but I’ll be looking into it so it will not become an issue on future podcasts!  Sorry if you have trouble understanding anything! – Tim

    Here is a link to their Facebook page!


  • Episode 163 – Bible TriBond

    $_35Good friend and frequent guest Brianne Bilyeu was at a garage sale recently and she came across an unopened copy of Bible TriBond.  Knowing, as she does, our interest in lame Christian board games, she bought the game and gave it to us as a gift.  We re-gifted her by having her join us for a podcast where we play the game!  TriBond, by the way, is not the best designed board game to begin with.  When you slap the Bible on top of it, it doesn’t get better.  While by no means as awful as Left Behind: The Board Game, we certainly can’t recommend this game to anyone.  And we aren’t just saying that because we’re atheists.  If you want to borrow the game to try it out yourself, though, Tim still has it.  For now.


  • Episode 162 – Doxxing

    everyones-getting-doxxed-thumbThis week, we explore the practice of doxxing.  Inspired by the outrage over the killing of Cecil the lion, we asked the question: is doxxing always wrong? Are there times when someone deserves it?  We talk about the intent behind the behavior and complex questions that arise when you try to figure out what is right and wrong.  Then we read off the penultimate set of answers to our original five questions!

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  • Episode 158 – Goodbye Buffalo

    San-Francisco_Top-10For our second episode recorded live at CONvergence, we sat down with our good friend Rebecca Watson to talk about her move from Buffalo to San Francisco.  In case you’re wondering, she is pleased with the choice.  We only had about 25 minutes so we barely scratched the surface of the awesomeness of San Francisco.  Once we finished the with the San Francisco love fest, we gave Rebecca the first shot at answering our BRAND NEW five questions! What??? Something on Geeks Without God has changed?  Anyway, Rebecca is funny and charming and you should listen for those reasons alone.  The new questions are just a bonus.

    Think Rebecca is awesome? Support her on her Patreon site!


  • Episode 156 – Puppet Robot Scientists

    23031_1_largeThis week, our guest is star of Mystery Science Theater 3000, Trace Beaulieu!  We get to talk to him about the origins of MST3K and his new series on Yahoo, Other Space.  He also talks a bit about Vermin, which is a project he is working on with Tim.  Look for Trace and Tim at CONvergence this weekend where they will be re-launching their Kickstarter. It launches this Saturday so help them out!

    Find out more about Vermin at Verminshow.com!


  • Episode 155 – Fantasy Boners

    GOT-FINALE_612x380_1It’s time for us to once again explore our swollen nerd obsessions!  Tim has gotten hooked on a new series.  Actually, it’s not that new but it’s new to him.  Nick is obsessing over the information coming out of E3.  Molly is excited about what she’s reading and the Game of Thrones finale.  Warning: Molly’s boner may contain spoilers! Three big boners for everyone!


  • Episode 154 – CONvergence 2015

    Connie-as-Redshirt-web-290x300This week, we take a look at all the stuff we’ll be doing at CONvergence 2015 and boy, it’s a lot.  If you somehow miss us at the convention, it is because you are actively avoiding us.  We have a really packed schedule and we spend most of the episode telling you about what we have going on at the convention.  We also read five answers from a listener.  Sharp eared listeners might hear an edit and that’s only because there is one.  We aren’t going to tell you what we edited.  Please provide us your conspiracy theories in the comments!

    Want to know our schedules?  We can do that!

    Here’s a schedule for Molly.

    Here’s one for Nick.

    And one for Tim.


  • Episode 151 – Fury Road

    mad-max-fury-road-tom-hardy-charlize-theron-01This week, we spend some time gushing over Mad Max: Fury Road.  Obviously we spoil the movie pretty significantly.  Not that you can spoil much when the movie is basically a two hour car chase.  Sometimes you just have to admire a nerd film done right and Fury Road is most definitely that.  We also talk about whether or not it is a feminist movie.

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  • Episode 148 – Doubt

    doubt_diceThis week, we are joined by our friend Bill Stiteler, who is an agnostic.  We talk with Bill about doubt and the question of whether or not we can ever be really certain if god does or does not exist.  As usual, we get sidetracked and talk about a whole lot of other stuff because it isn’t like we can stay on topic.  Or maybe we can.  Who really knows for sure?


  • Episode 147 – Atheism on CNN

    0033fec1_mediumIn case you missed it, a few weeks ago CNN aired a special report on atheists entitled Atheists: Inside the World of Nonbelievers. We watched the special report, took notes and then sat down to share a small percentage of those notes with our listeners.  Parts of the report we just fine.  Other parts were annoying.  Overall, it was a mixed bag.  Keeping in mind that it was made to help believers understand the world of those who do not, we thought it was definitely worth the watch.

    If you want to see it for yourself, here is a link!