Extract of Ingersoll, at 10:30 a.m., Sunday, October 19, 2014. It features a down-to-earth overview of the 19th century political figure Robert G. Ingersoll, known in his own time was “the Great Agnostic.” The main event is a half-hour mash-up of more than a dozen of Ingersoll’s lectures on superstition and belief, followed by an open-ended discussion. The program is free and open to the public. See More
"Maybe some of us oughta get together for a friendly libation somewhere near the center of the state. OK, near what West Virginia has instead of a center. You know, West Virginia holds the geographic distinction of more closely resembling the Flying…"
Dear Y'all,Being as how I have long considered Atheist Nexus pretty much the coolest thing, atheist-wise, ever to come down the pike, and how Brother Richard can crack Brother Sam up like nobody else can, I cannot account for not having spent more time enjoying it. Thanks for having me. Goddamn.Love,BSSee More
Sam Singleton Atheist Evangelist (www.samsingleton.com) and company seem to pass through Salt Lake City a lot. We've done a couple of appearances lately in which we've combined a version of the regular Sam Singleton show with an after-party/mixer in which attendees got to hang out and have a beer with Brother Sam. In both cases, a splendid time was had by all. Assuming a site for such an affair can be secured (a bar with a private room?), do you suppose…See More
Hey Sam, The Charioteers would be happy to buy you a beer when you hit Portland Orgeon (am I buying the beer for Sam and is Roger going to drink it, or is it the other way around?). Cheers and welcome to the Nexus.
This is designed to provide the listener with some understanding of what it might be like to experience auditory hallucinations. Content in this presentation... I know many of you probably do not go through this, however I have physical and mental…