Penn & Teller was done in fun, but most of interview not shown

It was fun seeing myself on the Penn & Teller show and I understand it is a comedy routine and I am pretty easy going when it comes to that stuff. If they were serious about their statements and shows on the Bible and other Christian topics then I would have to say I completely disagree with them since I KNOW the Bible is the inerrant Word of God that does not change just because society falls away from God. The Bible is the one constant we have to hold onto in our lives, especially when societies morals go so low as they have today.

I was actually interviewed for about an hour and a half and the parts that made the show didn’t even touch on any questions they asked me and my responses. The only parts that made the cut had me rambling on about the different device names. I was hoping some of my usage questions, my wife and kids giving me my birthday cake and opening up my gift, and other plugs for Geek.com and my blog would make the show, but that was just wishful thinking.

The whole thing was done for fun and it turned out there was a lot less profanity and ribbing than I expected. I thank Showtime for the opportunity and for giving my wife a generous amount of money to help buy my geeky birthday gift, a Maxent 27inch HD LCD TV from Costco.

  1. #1 by Liv on August 4, 2005 - 11:22

    Wow,

    Thank you for taking a stand for the Bible.

    Congrats on the Penn and Teller Show 🙂

    God Bless!

    Sincerely, Liv

  2. #2 by Anonymous on August 8, 2005 - 17:53

    I think the word you meant was ‘inerrant’ (incapable of erring; infallible) rather than ‘inherent’.

  3. #3 by palmsolo on August 9, 2005 - 08:17

    Good catch on the word. I updated my blog posting and appreciate the note.

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