This week we are joined by third time guest Ronn Bauman in the luxious trailer studios. We had a long and animated conversation about conspiracy theories. If anything, we barely scratched the surface of our contempt for people who buy into them. We probably should have focused on one at a time but Ronn has to head on to the Carolina Renaissance Festival so we could only record one episode. After that conversation, we came up with a new way to do five questions for third time guests.
P.S: If you think the government was involved in 9/11, this episode is probably not for you.
In what is possibly the longest delay between recording and posting, this week’s episode features Ronn Bauman from the Tortuga Twins. We’ve been saving this one up so long, we’ll be talking about movies that we are excited to see coming out in theatres and most of those movies will be coming out on home video soon. We also spend quite a lot of time talking about zombies as that is one of Ronn’s obsessions. The conversation then slid over to a discussion of how Ronn and Tim are raising their kids. Ronn also establishes a tradition by asking us five questions (which is why Matt asked us five questions a couple of weeks ago.)
This week we interview Ronn Bauman (Scaramouche) of the Tortuga Twins about 12 hours after we first interviewed him because Tim was a dumb fuck and overwrote the original podcast. So yeah, this whole podcast is us trying to remember how interesting we were the first time we talked about all of this stuff. You be the judge. Ronn is a huge fan of the podcast and promises that if he ever relocates to Minnesota, he will find a way to get himself included in every podcast in a creepy stalker fashion. We talk about how we, as atheists need to avoid underestimating the “opposition” and Ronn answers our five questions.
P.S: We had such a great time talking to Ronn, we recorded a second podcast (that Tim did not delete) and we’ll be airing that one sometime in the next couple of months!
Edit to add: Hi everyone, Molly here. I want to apologize for misquoting the study I mentioned about atheists. I said the study found people would rather leave their child with a terrorist than an atheist. I misremembered the actual study I meant, which shows that those polled trust rapists more than atheists, and would rather leave their child with a random religious person than a daycare run by an atheist. I deeply regret the error, and I hope you can all forgive me my off-the-cuff mistake. I would also like to state, for the record, that terrorism is perpetuated by all races and creeds; if I say terrorist, I never mean “Arab” or “Muslim” any more than I mean “Christian” or “pro-lifer” or “Black & Tan.”