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The Bogosity Podcast

By Shane Killian

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A companion podcast to Bogosity.TV, featuring News of the Bogus, Biggest Bogon Emitter, and Idiot Extraordinare

Customer Reviews

A Good Segway into the Libertarian Perspective

This podcast is both entertaining and informative. Shane doesn't hesitate to call it like he sees it, and provides an excellent jumping off point for people interested on the Libertarian perspective of current events.

It was great!

I loved this podcast because they had good disscussions that were mature and informative. They left religion out of the podcast for the most part until recently. It's sad when there is a podcast I love but then they make some comments that are extremely rude and said with anger. For the most part the guys on the podcast were very polite and level headed until recently. I'm not saying the people on the podcast can't dissagree with someone or there beliefs, it's just I don't like it when a person starts to sound angry and starts to rant without levelheadedness about the beliefs of a specific religion. That is when I draw the line. Seperating religion from the system or laws of society are fine, although just to clarify again its when someone starts tearing into someones religion and starts talking about it and why it's wrong. I thought this was a podcast political issues and the state of right and wrong in society not a debate about theology.