The clips this week are from the film of the same name; the rant is from work.
You'll definitely want to check out a site belonging to the singer of "Rub-a-Dub:" Chris Wind. There's a lot of stuff on there that I'll be playing in the next several weeks, and even a great Christmas album!
This week, Franc and I go over our hour a few minutes going through Revelation, page by page, trying to make sense of it. We also talk about the fantasy of The Corporation (see the movie, click the link) and mention Franc's blog, Check Your Premises.
As you know, I made a YouTube video (that currently has over 140,000 views) about the immoral lesson taught in the Noah's Ark story. Last week on Hellbound Alleee I talked about some anxiety/OCD issues I have, some involving the fear of reading possible negative comments or emails on blogs and… Continue
This week's show gives a tiny taste of Sarah Vowell's Wordy Shipmates, a book about the Massachusetts Bay Colony and its Puritans.
Flames of Araby * Misirlou
Chuck Bowers * Pig Pen Boogie
Billy May * Michelle, St Joe Moe
Fanfario * I'm a Pilot
Leroy and the Drivers * The Sad Chicken
I made a tribute show for David (and John) Carradine, with emphasis on one of my favorite shows of all time, Kung Fu.
Kung Fu 1
Jim Helms * The Search
Sonny Cash * Psychic Cigarette
Kung Fu 2
Jim Helms * Caine's Theme
Alan Scott * Bopping in Flip Flops
Kung Fu 3
Jim Helms * The Ancient Warrior
Bobby Womack * Tried and… Continue
Road to Xenu 11
Chet Baker and the Mariachi Brass * These Boots Are Made for Walkin'
Tracky Birthday * Balla! * Upfree 26
Road to Xenu 12
Alan Hawkshaw and Alan Parker * Beach Buggy A
Kyle Jarrow * The Way That it… Continue
Francois and I read listener mail, talk about belief in the State, and speak with our good friend Edward Greve, from his current residence in Taiwan. Edward will be re-entering a Buddhist monastery in Thailand.
Topic: when Christians talk about solving problems through prayer, could there be mitigating circumstances, when prayer is used to evaluate moral conundrums? Ed talked to us about the… Continue
The Baby Becomes State Property at Conception or Moral Tautology is Arbitrary
The show features Gil Boyne. He's going to hypnotize you!
Here's my rant: According to some, because China doesn't have freedom of speech, it's "right" for them to confiscate any books they want at customs, and no one has a "right" to complain about it. Apparently, an imaginary concept can… Continue
This older show was requested by a listener, so I thought I'd share the links with you while they are up.
Anatomy of a Cult Experience with Sean Prophet, formerly of the Church Universal and Triumphant. Sean talks about his experience being a head of the Church, and being part of the Prophet family, the core of the Church Universal and Triumphant.
Carl Sagan's Cosmos is still relevant, still enlightening, and still entertaining after twenty-nine (!) years. I am fond of them all, but the one that sticks in my mind is the tale of the Heiki Crabs, which bear, ostensibly, miraculous markings on their shells. Carl explains why, and relates this artificially selected phenomenon with the theory of natural… Continue
After this episode's initial airing, Warner Bros. received complaints from the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, claiming that the Spanish Inquisition game show sketch at the beginning, "Convert or Die!", was teaching children to reject Catholicism. Because of this, in reruns, that sketch was replaced with a newly-made one in which the kids think General Custer is running a custard stand, but restored when the episode was featured on… Continue