Catch me on Secular.FM tonight!

Hey everybody!  Just a reminder that I’ll be on Secular.FM’s 24-hour podcast fundraiser tonight at 7:15pm EST.  Tune in and listen for when I say “Pokemon”.  That will be my secret “hello” to all my listeners.

Secular.FM seeks to create a secular broadcasting network.  On Feb. 22-23 they’ll be doing a 24 hour podcast-a-thon to benefit Foundation Beyond Belief.  They’ve got some pretty rad names coming on the show:

The guest list and schedule is (all times EST):

1200-1230 Hosts: Mark Nebo – David Viviano – Tanner Campbell
1230-1300 Dale McGowan
1315-1345 Alix Jules
1400-1430 Neil Wehnman
1445-1515 Dave Muscato
1530-1600 Jaclyn Glenn
1615-1645 Muhammad Syed
1700-1730 Mark Sandlin
1745-1815 Dan Arel
1830-1900 Jessica Ahlquist*
1915-1945 JT Eberhard
2000-2030 James Croft
2045-2115 Rob Boston
2130-2200 AJ Johnson
2215-2245 Seth Andrews
2300-2330 Shely Segal
2315-2345 Nate Phelps*
0000-0030 DJ Gorthe
0045-0115 Stacks Rocsh
0145-0215 Eric Banholdz
0230-0300 Emery Emery
0315-0345 David Fitzgerald
0400-0430 Andy Cheadle-Ford
0445-0515 Armin Navabi
0530-0600 Issac Big Mike Smalls
0615-0645 William Hamby
0700-0730 Brian Fields
0745-0815 Jamila Bey
0830-0900 Jerry DeWitt
0915-0945 MC Brooks
1000-1030 Bria Crutchfield
1045-1115 Paul Loebe
1130-1200 Dale McGowan

Nate and Jessica Ahlquist are tenative due to time, but they both are hoping to be a part of it.

As you can see, I’ll be going on the air from 1915-1945 EST.  I’m not sure what we’ll talk about, but I’ll try to make it interesting.  :)

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About JT Eberhard

When not defending the planet from inevitable apocalypse at the rotting hands of the undead, JT is a writer and public speaker about atheism, gay rights, and more. He spent two and a half years with the Secular Student Alliance as their first high school organizer. During that time he built the SSA’s high school program and oversaw the development of groups nationwide. JT is also the co-founder of the popular Skepticon conference and served as the events lead organizer during its first three years.