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Today I would like to talk about two under appreciated podcasts, The Imaginary Friends Show.Com and Cognitive Dissonance

The Sunday just gone we were lucky enough to get the holy trinity together on the one podcast, Jake, Tom & Cecil.

The Imaginary Friends Show Dot Com podcast is coming up to its 200th episode, and in its two plus years of existence rarely if ever has failed to be enlightening, thought provoking, entertaining and sometimes controversial.
Jake Farr-Wharton and his merry band of real and mythical cohorts make for an easy listening hour of current events within the realms of science, medicine, politics, law and of course religion. There is often comedic skits performed or skeptically themed songs written and sung by Jake.
Jake has interviewed some of religions big names like Westboro Baptist Church grandson Ben Phelps and Kirk Cameron’s banana loving side kick Ray Comfort, with a style and grace Jake has humanized these fundamentalists.

Cognitive Dissonance Podcast is a younger podcast in its present form, with about 70 shows.
Tom and Cecil are to good friends who get together to share a laugh and openly mock the religious, the anti vaxxers and anybody else who pisses them off! These two guys are often referred to as crass and vulgar because of the amount of “bad” langue they choose to use but to this authors belief the subject matter discussed on the show demands strong langue, these days too many people are afraid today what they mean for fear of upsetting the religious! Well I say Fuck That! these religious pricks don’t mind telling us we are going to hell if we don’t tow their line.
For much of the run of Cognitive Dissonance Podcast it’s just been Tom and Cecil for the hour long show but recently they have brought in guests to interview like Jake from the previously mentioned podcast.

The teaming up of these three was such a great listening event, it was such fun to listen to these three having fun mocking such horrible events in current events. These guys are all so passionate about people thinking for themselves and not believing in invisible sky daddies!
One thing is for sure if something happens in religion these three guys will be on to it! And they will let you know just how stupid it is having invisible friends as an adult!

About theangryfatman

I am a father of two and I am interested in science and skepticism

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