Easter Radio Special!

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Not for the religious: or at least, not for the religious who can’t stand hearing a good bit of what is probably blasphemy. Show starts in 30 minutes, and of course I’ll put up the link to the podcast afterwards, when it is all said and done and all the wine has been drunk!

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Radio station link: http://www.radio23.org/

s o u l s h e n a n i g a n s
“playing funkpunksoul’n’such” on freeform radio
this 17th April 2014 PST: 12-2pm EST: 3-5pm GMT: 8-10pm
This week: EP 267 :: a secular Maundy Thursday supper to cater for all of y’all Easter needs!

For anyone new – the DJ is my darling dear hubby, known here as iDJ. He’s been doing this show for over five years now, and knows his stuff!

He also does a new poster every week, and since the show is on Thursday, this year his theme has been throwbacks. Gotta love this one, on his confirmation day (he gave the name back a few years ago).

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Podcast/playlist: http://soulshenanigans.podomatic.com/entry/2014-04-17T15_37_58-07_00 . Can either stream it, or download it.

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  1. “And he rolled away the stone… and saw his shadow and there were six more weeks of Winter.”

    Final line of best version of the Passion story I ever heard told. Happy Easter.

      • It’s always an opportunity for an ex-Catholic in a country that ‘claims’ to be secular, but won’t allow alcohol sales on Good Friday. And gives everyone a paid holiday day, too. I’ll be working, but I get an extra day off because of it. Yeahhhhh, secular, right.

        • I work this Friday (only in the morning, like all Fridays), but have Monday off, which is just fine with me. One day to relax from the weekend. Most people have Friday though, and many have both (including students and government employees).

          We sell alcohol all weekend. Our chain has a special for this weekend, actually.

          They are still debating whether the cross should be removed from the conference room at the townhall in Montréal. A few months ago, it has been declared illegal for a mayor to force a prayer at the beginning of an official meeting. I just love it :)

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