Episode 75: Live Recording

41 comments on “Episode 75: Live Recording”

  1. Alan Reply

    It sounds like everyone had a great time. A few things were hard to make out, but it mostly sounded fine. I think what John said is really true: with Mormonism, you never really run out of topics.

    But, just in case, here are a few Leah and I thought of:

    – Informed consent problems with Mormon covenants (esp. temple endowment)
    – Mark Hoffman for Dummies
    – The Mormon Reformation Years: 1852-57

  2. Alan Reply

    It sounds like everyone had a great time. A few things were hard to make out, but it mostly sounded fine. I think what John said is really true: with Mormonism, you never really run out of topics.

    But, just in case, here are a few Leah and I thought of:

    – Informed consent problems with Mormon covenants (esp. temple endowment)
    – Mark Hoffman for Dummies
    – The Mormon Reformation Years: 1852-57

  3. badseed Reply

    I attended the recording and was really glad I went. It was a lot of fun and I got a chance to put some faces with names. It’s amazing how helpful it is to talk with people dealing with the same issues I’ve been.

    Thanks to John, Zilpha and the rest of the crew for all their work.

    Also thanks again to Mike for spending the evening with the apostates. I don’t love the calling to repentance but I have to respect Mike’s willingness to engage.

    Did you anyone get a count on how many people attended?

    Also how did the after meet up at Gracie’s go? I came by but opted to to skip the crowd/noise and head home to the Mrs.

  4. badseed Reply

    I attended the recording and was really glad I went. It was a lot of fun and I got a chance to put some faces with names. It’s amazing how helpful it is to talk with people dealing with the same issues I’ve been.

    Thanks to John, Zilpha and the rest of the crew for all their work.

    Also thanks again to Mike for spending the evening with the apostates. I don’t love the calling to repentance but I have to respect Mike’s willingness to engage.

    Did you anyone get a count on how many people attended?

    Also how did the after meet up at Gracie’s go? I came by but opted to to skip the crowd/noise and head home to the Mrs.

  5. Jack Jozevz Reply

    Dear good SiStar Bridget Jack Jeffries et al.

    As a Long-Time Blogger at ONFAITH (Newsweek/WAPO) via Sally Quinn//David Watters//Jon Meacham//Lisa Miller etal, since Jan 2007, THAT

    It is rare that i[WE] immerse meself outside of ONFAITH. But

    But Lately ONFAITH has been Censorshipizing and playing ‘post” and ‘Depost” games. Also

    Unfortunately ONFAITH has deliberately, under instructions to their TECH ssupport, Blocked the Public from Posting on Your Current Essay. Note, [I[WE] Like IT , especially from a Heart-Talker and candid Mormon Lady, aye.

    Before Your Post, WE[i] posted on SiSTAR’s NEYLAN McBAiNE’s PATHEO post (another Beautiful Mormon like Ye/Yo aye.)SEE:
    http://newsweek.washingtonpost.com/onfaith/patheos/2010/08/the_future_of_mormon_motherhood.html

    by: W O D S T O C K – 4 1. Note, I’ve Had Many Monikers. i was forced into it. Hint: But it’s about “RELiGIOUS JEALOUSY PSYCHOSIS” (and More Inferior Complex’s), of Religion, not Politics via of Newsweeks/Onfaith Staff. Note: It is or was a “Jesuit” GeorgeTown University controlled site mostly.

    Note: i’M of the “E K L A H”t-i-ON Faith. WE [i] art of the “J O K T A N” stock. NOt P E L E Gian! WE[i} know the “MELCHIZEDEK”, but JO Smith {pbuh etal} Did’nt recieve all the Prophecy, let alone the Plates/Slabs.

    Note: As an ex-JU and an Israeli (SABRA) THAT; WE[i] Love The Mormon’s. A [Cub/Boy]Scouts Honor! SHOLOM.

    PS: There are alot of Words that ONFAITH will Block. Example; Try Posting “SHOLOM”, or “SHILOH” or “ECLAT” Or even JOZEVZ.us etal. Bet youl’l be Jealously Denied!?? They’ve Deleated me lots n lots of the Eclatian (aka “Apocalyptarian”) essay of lots of work. Yet Silently Shared and Plagiarized the NEW-SONG, born’th form our OLD songs…

  6. Jack Jozevz Reply

    Dear good SiStar Bridget Jack Jeffries et al.

    As a Long-Time Blogger at ONFAITH (Newsweek/WAPO) via Sally Quinn//David Watters//Jon Meacham//Lisa Miller etal, since Jan 2007, THAT

    It is rare that i[WE] immerse meself outside of ONFAITH. But

    But Lately ONFAITH has been Censorshipizing and playing ‘post” and ‘Depost” games. Also

    Unfortunately ONFAITH has deliberately, under instructions to their TECH ssupport, Blocked the Public from Posting on Your Current Essay. Note, [I[WE] Like IT , especially from a Heart-Talker and candid Mormon Lady, aye.

    Before Your Post, WE[i] posted on SiSTAR’s NEYLAN McBAiNE’s PATHEO post (another Beautiful Mormon like Ye/Yo aye.)SEE:
    http://newsweek.washingtonpost.com/onfaith/patheos/2010/08/the_future_of_mormon_motherhood.html

    by: W O D S T O C K – 4 1. Note, I’ve Had Many Monikers. i was forced into it. Hint: But it’s about “RELiGIOUS JEALOUSY PSYCHOSIS” (and More Inferior Complex’s), of Religion, not Politics via of Newsweeks/Onfaith Staff. Note: It is or was a “Jesuit” GeorgeTown University controlled site mostly.

    Note: i’M of the “E K L A H”t-i-ON Faith. WE [i] art of the “J O K T A N” stock. NOt P E L E Gian! WE[i} know the “MELCHIZEDEK”, but JO Smith {pbuh etal} Did’nt recieve all the Prophecy, let alone the Plates/Slabs.

    Note: As an ex-JU and an Israeli (SABRA) THAT; WE[i] Love The Mormon’s. A [Cub/Boy]Scouts Honor! SHOLOM.

    PS: There are alot of Words that ONFAITH will Block. Example; Try Posting “SHOLOM”, or “SHILOH” or “ECLAT” Or even JOZEVZ.us etal. Bet youl’l be Jealously Denied!?? They’ve Deleated me lots n lots of the Eclatian (aka “Apocalyptarian”) essay of lots of work. Yet Silently Shared and Plagiarized the NEW-SONG, born’th form our OLD songs…

  7. Ms. Jack Reply

    Hi Mr. Jozevz,

    I’m glad to hear that you enjoyed the post that was published at the Patheos WaPo blog, OnFaith. I’m sorry to hear about the commenting problems. For the record, the same article is cross-posted at Patheos; you can comment there, either with your Facebook account or by registering for a Patheos account.

    • Glenn Reply

      Dear good SiStar Bridget Jack Jeffries et al,

      I don’t know what is more troubling… how completely incoherent that guy was, or how easily you understood him. I guess I’m just not used to typing in tongues (or the interpretations thereof).

      • Ms. Jack Reply

        Heh. I used to play World of Warcraft.

        If I can understand 14-17 year-old boys typing with more abbreviations and slang than actual words, I think I can manage folks like Mr. Jozevz above.

  8. Ms. Jack Reply

    Hi Mr. Jozevz,

    I’m glad to hear that you enjoyed the post that was published at the Patheos WaPo blog, OnFaith. I’m sorry to hear about the commenting problems. For the record, the same article is cross-posted at Patheos; you can comment there, either with your Facebook account or by registering for a Patheos account.

    • Glenn Reply

      Dear good SiStar Bridget Jack Jeffries et al,

      I don’t know what is more troubling… how completely incoherent that guy was, or how easily you understood him. I guess I’m just not used to typing in tongues (or the interpretations thereof).

      • Ms. Jack Reply

        Heh. I used to play World of Warcraft.

        If I can understand 14-17 year-old boys typing with more abbreviations and slang than actual words, I think I can manage folks like Mr. Jozevz above.

  9. tol Reply

    y’all missed out who didn’t attend. Next year we might need a slightly larger venue! My favorite things were learning fun factoids about mormon history I never knew in a gameshow style. I also got a huge kick out of the huge variety of personalities. I guess being a newbie at this dis affection bizness, a tiny part of me still assumed everyone attending would be really “worldly” or just plain strange. Like some of the people I visited on Missionary splits in West Side Salt Lick back in the 90’s.

  10. tol Reply

    y’all missed out who didn’t attend. Next year we might need a slightly larger venue! My favorite things were learning fun factoids about mormon history I never knew in a gameshow style. I also got a huge kick out of the huge variety of personalities. I guess being a newbie at this dis affection bizness, a tiny part of me still assumed everyone attending would be really “worldly” or just plain strange. Like some of the people I visited on Missionary splits in West Side Salt Lick back in the 90’s.

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  12. Zilpha Reply

    For those of you who are curious, I counted 92 people in attendance, but a few more might have come in after I left the reception table. It’s really unfortunate that the main recording computer locked up, after John spent many hours figuring out how to wire in all the mikes and buying adapters, ect. Oh well, computers sometimes give up when we’re really counting on them the most! Fortunately, Tom and his wife brought their digital voice recorder and saved the day. I don’t know about anyone else, but the obscure church facts quiz show was my favorite part and I hope we do it again next year. Also for next year I’d like to see an art show/competition as part of the event. John thinks a “for dummies” discussion of some kind that could include audience participation competition would be fun for next time. It could work.What do you guys think?

    I really enjoyed meeting people both before and after the recording. I’m looking forward to future events and more chances to talk with friends.

  13. Zilpha Reply

    For those of you who are curious, I counted 92 people in attendance, but a few more might have come in after I left the reception table. It’s really unfortunate that the main recording computer locked up, after John spent many hours figuring out how to wire in all the mikes and buying adapters, ect. Oh well, computers sometimes give up when we’re really counting on them the most! Fortunately, Tom and his wife brought their digital voice recorder and saved the day. I don’t know about anyone else, but the obscure church facts quiz show was my favorite part and I hope we do it again next year. Also for next year I’d like to see an art show/competition as part of the event. John thinks a “for dummies” discussion of some kind that could include audience participation competition would be fun for next time. It could work.What do you guys think?

    I really enjoyed meeting people both before and after the recording. I’m looking forward to future events and more chances to talk with friends.

  14. Mr. IT Reply

    Those trivia questions were AMAZING!

    Do you have some references (preferably live Internet links) so those of us who are into such things can dig deeper?

    • Mr. IT Reply

      I was able to find some, but not all, by Googling, Googling, and then Googling some more.

      A lot of them were in posts on NOM, LdS Apologetic and ExMo boards by some guy named “John Larsen”. I guess he’s a closeted Mormon Studies Scholar of some kind!

      Hey maybe y’all could get him on the podcast!

  15. Mr. IT Reply

    Those trivia questions were AMAZING!

    Do you have some references (preferably live Internet links) so those of us who are into such things can dig deeper?

    • Mr. IT Reply

      I was able to find some, but not all, by Googling, Googling, and then Googling some more.

      A lot of them were in posts on NOM, LdS Apologetic and ExMo boards by some guy named “John Larsen”. I guess he’s a closeted Mormon Studies Scholar of some kind!

      Hey maybe y’all could get him on the podcast!

  16. John Hurst Reply

    If your “Saturday’s Warrior for Dummies” ever happens, I may be able to get the writer (Doug Stewart) to be interviewed if interested. I know him very well

  17. John Hurst Reply

    If your “Saturday’s Warrior for Dummies” ever happens, I may be able to get the writer (Doug Stewart) to be interviewed if interested. I know him very well

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