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Iggy on Walt Bodine

user 10692235
Overland Park, KS
Post #: 11
While driving this morning, I heard our hero Iggy on NPR's Walt Bodine Show. The discussion was the history of Mormonism in Kansas, apparently, and Iggy came on with an alias (Won't the screener let you on anymore?), introducing himself as an atheist and asking a question that demanded that the expert tell the radio audience about Joseph Smith's interesting claims. Sort of like Bill Maher in Religulous asking a scientiologist to explain the story of the Thetans and then just standing back to let the silliness sink in. Iggy lightened my day, once again.


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