Listen to Me on the Radio Yesterday–IF YOU DARE!

My friend Brian Shields helped me out by making me this audio file link thing. I think that when you hit the link below, it’ll pop up a very sweet little player. Let me know if it does–if this works? Thanks, friends.

Big J on the ray (dio).

A Christian grandmother nails the transgender issue
Psychopaths sleep just fine
On giving up on Christianity
When is an abuser's apology not an apology?
About John Shore
  • Diana

    Thank you. It was wonderful. Looking forward to more tomorrow.

  • Diana

    "Tomorrow?" he said, with a puzzled frown on his face.

    Okay, so I got the date wrong. I meant next week.

    See how eager I am to be on board the bandwagon this time?

  • Wes

    It works!

  • JB

    Great stuff…. you gave me some ideas of some things I can address on my show.

  • Robert Meek

    Listening, now.

  • Robert Meek

    Done. Excellent, John.

  • Tim

    Your voice is way different than what I expected from your face.

  • John Shore
  • Diana

    Now, I got my first impression of John from "I'm Okay, You're Not," so when I finally got around to seeing the above video, he sounded to me exactly how I expected him to sound.

    John's self-expression reminds of a lot of guys I've known over the years, which is one of the reasons why I like him.

  • Tim

    Nope. I missed that one.

    Truth be told, I'm a blog binger. I don't visit a blog (especially my own) for weeks….months at a time. Then there is this flurry of active engagement. I become this proverbial booger that won't flick, or floater that won't flush. A blog troll, actually. Then I will disappear under the bridge for weeks or months.

    For some reason I expected your voice to be deeper and maybe more phlegmatic. Which makes no reasonable sense. You're writing reflects comedy excitement and passion. So it suddenly occurs to me that because you find humor in most things and speak about those things in a voice that reflects energy and amusement, you actually do sound exactly like you should. Obviously it wasn't your voice I was hearing in my head. Must've been God's.

  • Dianne

    Great job, John!