–We’re back after our Easter break! What went down while we were away?
–Google riled up a few Christians when they chose to celebrate Cesar Chavez over the risen JC.
–The Shroud of Turin is back in the news. ‘Tis the season, after all. But is there any good reason this time to suspect it’s actually the burial cloth of Jesus?
–Updating the “stomp on Jesus” story we covered a couple weeks ago. The school has issued a public apology, and the student is back in class.
–Sam Harris and writer Glenn Greenwald duke it out our Islam and “New Atheism.”
–Bobby and Jason talk about some cool compliments we’ve gotten lately, a hilarious criticism, and respond publicly to a very sensitive email.
–The JREF released their annual Pigasus Awards. Did the right people get called out? Who else could have been on the list? And what did our friend who was indirectly shamed have to say about this “honor.”
–Tim Yancey hates people in the paranormal community “patting each other on the back.” Which must explain how we have a funny example of him from Facebook patting paranormal community people on the back.
–Popular “haunted” lighthouse in Maryland keeps getting broken into by ghost hunters
–Disney shuts down LucasArts, killing all development of their future Star Wars games. Is this a bad sign? Or are nerds worried over nothing?
–There’s apparently been over 3000 gun deaths in the United States since the tragedy at Newtown. And Adam Lanza was aided in committing that massacre, at least in part, by the NRA. Is America still cool with our lack of serious gun control efforts? How about Congress?
—Jerry Falwell and Kirk Cameron are teaming up to make a documentary aiming to explain why god allows bad things to happen
–Legendary film critic Roger Ebert dies at the age of 70.
–More evidence that vaccines DO NOT cause autism.
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