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05/06/2008

Audio: Visiting the repair shop, realizing you were never broken

by Jeremy Hooper

Wanna listen to something light, fun, and airy on this lovely spring afternoon? Well go sit around a campfire and sing your peacenick songs, you dirty hippy!

Wanna listen to a former Mormon's depressing yet engaging tale of going through so-called "reparative therapy"? Well then go listen to all fourteen parts of this podcast that's been recorded by a gent named Chris Tyler:

#1 #2
#3 #4
#5 #6
#7 #8
#9 #10
#11 #12
#13 #14

Chris' YouTube page [YouTube]

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Jeremy, FYI this post is causing your RSS feed to crash Google Reader. Too big. =/

Cheers.

Posted by: KipEsquire | May 6, 2008 8:41:39 PM

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