Podcast: Holy Week in Central America

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Episode 21 – This week Aaron and Brianna recap their recent trip to Guatemala. What was it like spending a day in Mexico City? Brianna learned how to make tortillas. And some people think anyone south of the border is Mexican.

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Murder, Flat Earthers, & Dinosaurs! Podcast Ep. 19

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Episode 19 of The Arnett Show! In this week’s episode we review “The Push” – a reality drama that peaks into what humans will do when persuaded by someone in authority. Will they even commit murder? And if so, what does that say about the human condition?

Next we spend a few minutes talking about the Flat Earth Society and the latest documentary, “Behind the Curve” and ask why people could be so in to something that has been up to this point totally proven to be false?

Lastly, Brianna has been enduring a lot of evolution talk from her psychology classes and we discuss how we may not have all the information about dinosaurs and that space isn’t real!

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When a 29-Year-Old Man Learns to Sew

I’m in my (Lord willing) penultimate semester at Fresno State. In over 4 years of college experience, I’ve not really learned much of anything, except for the seemingly common route most professors at Fresno State take: they go off to graduate school in Los Angeles or San Francisco, try to be a professor there and don’t make the cut. So then they come back home and spread their vile disease of thought in our university.

With that said, this semester I’ve actually learned how to do some practical things in college. These two videos are the proof of that. Enjoy!