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Humanist Views: Canada and Humanism

Last night, I taped an episode of Humanist Views with Scott Lohman of Humanists of Minnesota.

I haven’t had a chance to re-watch it and see exactly how I present on this program — I’m sure there are verbal missteps in there, and I just hope I didn’t say anything egregiously offensive to anyone. I do know that the lights were very warm and very bright, and I got the very distinct sense that my thin head fuzz wasn’t enough to keep it from being reflective. I did check to see that voices and movement aligns later in the re-encode, so at least it should be watchable. I think I turned on automatic closed captioning (I’m a Youtoob noob), so that’ll be a fun reason to re-watch it later.

Humanist Views’ opening sequence is very hilariously 90s, but that just makes ‘em all the more charming to me.

Comments

  1. CompulsoryAccount7746, Sky Captain says

    @27:06:

    If you ever want to find your fellow transexual nazi eskimos, the internet will find you one.

    When the retro closing music started, I was primed to imagine the UHF ad for Town Talk after the credits. : P

  2. sinned34 says

    Lesbian Nazi hookers abducted by aliens and forced into weight loss clinics – all this week on Town Talk!

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