Fighting Against The Gay Agenda - Show 500! Next Week. Oct 1st.

Next Week! Show 500! Fighting Against "The Gay Agenda". Atheist Rapper Charlie Check'm reappears but in a different capacity this time. Chuck can now add Anti-Gay and anti-fat women to his repertoire. Check'm says he doesn't hate gays but believes that "homos" have brain damage and that they shouldn't be allowed to marry.

He makes an appearance to defend his stance and also explains why he thinks any rational person, especially atheists and agnostics, should also be against the "gay agenda".

You can read much of what Chuck has to say about this issue here:

October 1st @ 8PM ET. LIVE.

We are also discussing this show on facebook.

-- Reginald V. Finley Sr

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Comment by Bryanderthal on October 20, 2009 at 10:42am
Yeah, my comment was a bit vitreous; sorry about that. It was a venting rant with little background as to the reason. But why vent to anybody else? It's your show.

Consequently, it did do some good. I did say that, after listening to four shows which I thought were ridiculous, I would still give your show another shot. I followed your recommendation and listened to "Mormonism: Behind the Mask." Great show. I also listened to the discussions with Kent Hovind. Liked that one, too.

I apologize if you felt insulted. I did say that you seemed like a good guy and your shows had a positive impact and even thanked you for your work.

Thanks, again, for your hard work. I'm now a "believer" haha!
Comment by Joseph Dinan on October 6, 2009 at 8:57pm
It seems that the most homophobic people are the ones who have serious internal conflicts about their attraction to the same sex. Examples are the republican politicians who fight against gay rights and then get caught proposing to undercover police in the rest area men's room.
Comment by Chrys Stevenson on October 6, 2009 at 2:52pm
Oh, by the way, his myspace page has a 'mocked up' poster of him appearing at Fais Do-Do in LA on 11 October. Looks like he's been booked to play there, but turns out, no - he's just entering a talent quest. Sad really.
Comment by Chrys Stevenson on October 6, 2009 at 2:50pm
Hey Reggie, do you know Charlie's blogged about the show? It's called "Infidel Guy Brainwashes His Listeners". I thought my brain felt all minty fresh after listening to the show and Charlie's blog explains it! ;-)

I'd advise against commenting on the blog. Charlie keeps blogging and no-one ever comments or gives kudos - I'd hate anyone to break his dry spell.
Comment by Reginald Finley Sr on October 6, 2009 at 9:38am
Thanks Marshall. Much appreciated.
Comment by Marshall on October 6, 2009 at 9:35am
Reggie, I have to agree that Bryan's comments were extrodinarily rude and apparently made with the intention of being rude. I for one actually enjoy your shows.
Comment by Reginald Finley Sr on October 6, 2009 at 8:58am
You can listen to some free ones here: Thanks. Some classics are at my youtube page.
Comment by Chrys Stevenson on October 3, 2009 at 4:26pm
Thanks for trying, Reggie. You found out, as we did, that talking to Charlie's about as effective, and just as painful, as banging your head against a brick wall. The show went exactly as I expected it too. There could have been no other outcome with that particular guest. You did the best you could under impossible circumstances. Great try!
Comment by Little Name Atheist on October 3, 2009 at 1:36pm
RealType: Many tend to overlook the connection between religion and slavery because its a sensitive issue. But its quite fascinating to me as the former colonies have became awkward theocratic democracies.

This would be a good group or forum topic.

infidelguy: Thanks for trying to reach Charlie. As much as I've been clowning him, I hope he gets some insight. Also, congratulations on show 500! Looking forward to more.
Comment by Reginald Finley Sr on October 3, 2009 at 12:40pm
Try listening to some free ones here: and many more in itunes. Also, to each his own. I hated the show with "Chuck'm", as I said during the show. But many others loved listening to the train wreck. I honestly don't know why. :0) Anyway.. keep doing what you are doing to help spread rationalism and freethought and I'll do the same.



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