Sep 05 2014

Episode 59 – Cracking jokes with Ian Harris


THIS DAY IN HISTORY – September 4th

* 476 – Western Roman Empire falls | History.com | Wikipedia
* 1951 – President Truman makes first transcontinental television broadcast
* 1957 – Little Rock becomes a Cold War hotspot

* Robot swarms!
* Ebola Patient Zero has been identified
* Tick bite can make you allergic to mammalian meat

* It’s now illegal to like us in India
* ISIS forces mass Yazidi conversion
* Louisiana judicial candidate plans to put up a 10 commandment monument
* Georgia pastor openly breaks the law with church sign
* Adventist church reaffirms creation, yet again

INTERVIEW – Ian Harris | Shows | 2 Tone Productions | Twitter


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Recorded for release on 2014-09-04


  1. Miisa McKeown on Facebook

    Woo, thanks for responding to my comment and for changing the format a bit 🙂
    And you pronounce my name just fine. 🙂
    [insert obligatory Jar-Jar joke for me to glare at disdainfully]

  2. Atheist Nomads on Facebook

    It is something we’ve been thinking about doing for quite some time. Your comment was specific enough and perfectly timed to get the ball rolling.

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