"this =was= a thing, it =did= happen.
the file is edited and just waiting in my hard disk. it was four philly atheists and a curious, atheist-friendly theist sitting around a mic with some craft beers and snacks. if anyone has a thought what should…"
"you're just selecting spears bc her first name begins with b. you could have chosen the beatles. fuck, you could have chosen zeppelin or even more recently, radiohead. we've no way of knowing if our great-times-eight grandchildren will be…"
Hey, man. Sorry it took me a few days to get back to you, I guess I was waiting on an email, but now that I see how confusing the nexus' emailing system is I'm not surprised. Anyway, I run this blog goodreasonnews.blogspot.com and was considering a podcast that kind of reviewed the week or two weeks or whatever in religion/atheism news and opinions. In addition to being a godless liberal, I'm also a professional journalist and I've worked in radio before. I was hoping to model the podcast after something like Austin's Non-Prophets mixed with possible guest interviews like Free Thought Radio.
As far as technical equipment, I have a few microphones. I might have a friend in drexel, but I doubt that means we can use their studio, and I also might have a friend working at 88.1 WPEB. It's that west philly radio station (the city paper did a nice piece about them when they opened about this time last year.)
It only reaches a couple miles, but I don't see why we couldn't do a show out of there and make it available for podcast online.
These are just a few ideas I've been tossing around, but when I saw your post, I thought 'oh, good, someone else is into it.'
What do you think? Want to meet and discuss ideas some day?
You can reach me here or at firstname.lastname@example.org
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