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Imagine a zombie run 5k with Dorothy Parker and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie leaping over the prone bodies of Ernest Hemingway and Jonathan Franzen. Kurt Vonnegut is sitting in a tree, smoking a bent Pall Mall, looking down upon the mass of humanity with humorous disdain. Haruki Murakami (a Boston Marathon regular since the 90s) is sitting at the finish line, medal around his neck, petting a cat. This is kind of like that. But also a guy from Vermont talking into a microphone.
 
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Atheist Community of Austin

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And we are The Non-Prophets!... airing on the first and third Sunday of every month, starting at 3:00 PM Central (01:30-03:00 UTC) on our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/thenonprophetsaca. The Non-Prophets focuses on atheism and the separation of church and state.
 
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Hollywood is attempting to rally its community to boycott Texas in protest of new abortion law and the Satanic Temple is following suit. Mexico steps in the right direction by finally decriminalizing abortion despite being the second largest catholic country in the world (maybe TX can learn from their example). And Candice Owens is served up a plat…
 
Dave Gleeson from the Screaming Jets talks about the amazing career he’s had as one of the original pioneers of Newy rock. On the eve of their 30 year anniversary of their 1991 album ‘ALL FOR ONE’ - Gleeso fills the editors in on his life and times since they hit the charts. It sounds like it’s been a lot of fun. See omnystudio.com/listener for pri…
 
The president of Murray Edwards College, Cambridge and former Channel 4 editor champions the life of a 14th-century mystic. Like Dorothy Byrne, famous for her scathing attacks on broadcasting executives in the 2019 MacTaggart Lecture, Catherine of Siena stood up to powerful men. She lobbied Popes, attacked corruption in the Catholic church, and pla…
 
This week, Arden, Nate and Special Guest Colson correct a mistake from last week when they said Texas Senate Bill 29 was passed into law (it wasn’t but Governor Abbott called a third special session of the TX Leg to correct that “error”) discuss vaccine passports, share their thoughts on Harvard’s new atheist chaplain, Greg Epstein, look back to Ro…
 
In part 2 of this interview, the editors ask Brendan Cowell about living in London as a hedonistic Aussie thespian. Where was he when his beloved Cronulla Sharks won the 2016 Premiership? How did he celebrate? And how did his life change after getting a start on Game Of Thrones as the Ironborn sea captain, Harrag. Brendan imparts a lot of wisdom on…
 
In a sitdown about Sept. 11's impact on NASCAR, vice chairman Mike Helton recalls a difficult 2001 season already for NASCAR (2:00); the scene in Daytona as Sept. 11 began (4:00); the impromptu command center in Bill France Jr.’s office (6:30); taking care of NASCAR industry members scattered around the country (8:30); processing the emotions while…
 
Ewan MacColl sang "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" to Peggy Seeger down the phone. When they met, Peggy says, he was in the grip of his midlife crisis. "I'm fond of saying the poor boy didn't stand a chance," she tells Matthew Parris. This programme is her attempt to set the record straight. "I'd like to do a bit of justice to him, because the…
 
He’s an actor, director, screenwriter, author and degenerate Cronulla Sharks fan. Brendan Cowell joins the editors for a ripping lockdown yarn about the dizzy heights of Australian TV dramas, and the low lows of hard living. He’s now a Hollywood star, with a new book out about middle aged men and the importance of mateship in the suburban pubs of A…
 
When Josiah Wedgwood had part of an injured leg amputed, he encouraged his workers to celebrate the anniversary as St Amputation Day. This remarkable man from Stoke on Trent built a pottery empire that made him famous round the world. He's nominated here, on location, by the former MP for Stoke Central, Tristram Hunt, now head of the Victoria and A…
 
The Non-Prophets, Episode 20.35 airing Sunday, August 29th featuring Malty, Cynthia McDonald, Johnny P. Angel and NP Intimate Neil the 604 Atheist. This week on the Non-Prophets, friend of the show (not really) self-proclaimed Christian prophetess Kat Kerr defends her position on visiting heaven. According to her, god has extra kidneys in his heave…
 
The Betoota Advocate is joined by Queensland’s Leader Of The Opposition this week. From North Queensland to the Goldie, David Crisafulli has come a long way from his days as a journalist in Townsville. As the newly appointed leader of the LNP, the member for Broadwater has a big job ahead of him after the Labor landslide. Crisafulli talks to Clancy…
 
NASCAR on NBC analyst Jeff Burton on sizing up the Daytona regular-season finale (1:00); putting maybe an unprecedented premium on points mattering in this race (3:30); another wrinkle: A new rules package for Daytona since February (4:30); the importance of the already heightened impact of manufacturer and teammate alliances (6:30); unpacking the …
 
Former Paralympic gold-medal-magnet, Kurt Fearnley joins the podcast to talk about the exciting few weeks to come in Tokyo. From his early beginning in the tiny central west NSW town of Carcoar, to his current roles as TV host and heavyweight disability advocate/lobbyist. Kurt talks about who we should be looking out for in this crop of Paralympian…
 
The Non-Prophets, Episode 34 airing August 22, 2021 featuring Laura Magee, Nate Smith, and GUEST HOST Ro! Laura and the lads talk about: 1) Catholic employment discrimination 2) the lessons learned from the Haitian Revolution 3) hope for talking to the scientifically illiterate 4) and a woman who sued McDonalds for tempting her during Lent.…
 
This episode discusses the shocking footage coming out of Kabul this week. The editors are joined by Harry Sanna, a videographer and freelance journalist who has worked extensively in Afghanistan and South Asia over the last two decades. Clancy and Errol ask Harry what his experiences were like in the “graveyard of empires” - as a rogue journo foll…
 
NASCAR on NBC analyst Steve Letarte on evaluating the “State Fair” of Motorsports at Indianapolis Motor Speedway with the NASCAR-IndyCar crossover on the road course (1:00); making a Rolex 24 comparison (3:00); how about having an IndyCar-Cup doubleheader (4:00) … or even both series on track concurrently? (5:30); how the atmosphere compared to the…
 
The Toyko 2020 Olympics has made major headlines, and they are certainly not all good. The hosts on this week’s episode kick it off with a discussion surrounding wellness and mental health at the Olympics stemming from the sudden drop (and later reentry) of top World Championship Medalist Simone Biles. This Olympic conversation continues on with ne…
 
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