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There’s the show and then there’s the show notes which give brief details for those on the run who really don’t have time to listen. But again, you are short changing yourself if you only read the show notes. Just listen to a few shows and you’ll be convinced that the show is your best bet
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Original Show Notes
“I just want people think” Bobby Nelson… or i think he said that or something close to it.
Bobby and I agree on somethings and disagree on others. But the course of the interview showed, we can talk, question and even laugh together.
I had the privilege of being on The Malliard Report November 8, 2011. Jim is a unique host, he asked me a bunch of fun questions and I thoroughly enjoyed being on the show. Though Jim is a believer and I am the infamous skeptic, we do agree on some things, it was actually what most of this interview was about. There was some joking going on and I did drop the word hate a few times, maybe even in spots that I didn’t mean it, but hey, it was said and I can’t take it back.
My only complaint actually only proves my point. In the chat there was a person who had to resort to ad hominem attacks when they couldn’t defend their stance. However it was when they accused me of doing the same thing and cowardly signing off is was made me mad. This put a strong distaste in my mouth…but I have to remember that this wasn’t Jim nor was it his show.
Overall I really enjoyed the show and I hope I am invited back on.