Kyle Curtis has hosted 157 episodes.
Don’t Let the Accent Fool You...
Creativity became my way of life early on, as being a “fabulous” fella in rural NC kept me busy playing a convincing role. After high school, I attended the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where I focused more on performing in the area’s Stand-Up Comedy scene each week than I did studying. My BAC was arguably higher than my GPA when I graduated. Armed with 4.5 years of Higher Education and liberal endocrination, I set out to use that degree to its fullest potential...by putting it in a $20.00 frame and pursuing a career I could have started in middle school...becoming an executive chef.
I’ve never been cautious, never had a plan, and never grounded myself in one lane. College wasn’t about expanding my knowledge on why an x+y=$/5*@+3... it was about the experience. As a comedian, transforming a thought into a joke and building laughter was engineering. As a chef, being able to craft a dish balanced in beauty and flavor was both art and chemistry. This podcast is for those like me, who hardly ever weighs the risk, is impulsively impulsive and is just fine with the idea of never finding what they’re looking for. After all, the thrill of the hunt was probably what it was the entire time...
Broadcast & Print Media Appearances:
“The Ultimate Comic Challenge” - July 2008
Finished 2nd out of a 64 comics in a 5 week, audience decided comedy competition.
107.5 WKZL “Murphy in the Morning” Dick Broadcasting
98.7 SIMON “Simon Says Wake Up Show” Clear Channel Radio
WFMY NEWS 2 Live Food Demo- "Fresh and Flavor Unite" August 2010
Yes! Weekly- "CONTENTS UNDER PRESSURE" By Brian Clarey JUL 2011
Featured Chef on CHEFPAGES.com - May 2012
"Chef heading to Hollywood" - Salisbury Post, July 2014
Minerva’s Mentions - “UNCG Proudly Gives Kyle the Alumni Spotlight”
“Always Keep ‘Em Laughing!” by , The Carolinian Newspaper Kyle Curtis Headlines UNCG’s Winterfest 2008
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Steve McRae has hosted 145 episodes.
Steve McRae is a graduate of Naval Nuclear Power School and Knoll's Atomic Power Labs. He served 3 tours in the Gulf War with the United States Navy receiving an honorable discharge after 6 completed years of duty, 3 WESTPAC tours, and was award the Armed Services Expeditionary Medal and Southeast Asia medal. He is the owner of the Great Debate Community on G+/YT which is a group of both experts and layperson who in live hangouts and real time discuss various subjects relating to science, theology, and philosophy. His channel on YouTube has been the host channel for many well known debates such as Kent Hovind vs King Crocoduck and Kent Hovind vs Bill Ludlow, as well many other amazing guests such as Dr. Hugh ross, Dr. Fazale Rana, Dr. Mary Schweitzer, Dr. PZ Myers, Dr. Kevin Henke, Dr. Gary Loechelt, Landon Cut Noll and several dozen other well recognizable names.
Kaitlyn Chloe has hosted 12 episodes.
Kaitlyn Chloe (KC) is the second half of IDEA💡LOGY, as well as the Godless Engineer team. She spent a few years behind the scenes, helping manage the Facebook page and various charity streams on the Godless Engineer YouTube channel, but within the past couple of years has taken on a more active role for the GE brand. In January 2017, she and John (the Godless Engineer) started the Daily Bible Podcast, in which they read through the bible and commentate, using a rational and humorous approach to explain why it doesn’t make sense. This year KC has really dived into a new life of activism. She started her own video series on the Godless Engineer YouTube channel called KC’s Corner, became the Director of Event Planning for Faithless Forum, and became co-host on NonSequitur’s newest show IDEAology. KC has spoken at Faithless Forum in Dallas and attended atheist events around the country including Reason Rally (in Washington D.C.), MythCon (in Milwaukee), and NaNoCon (in Nashville). She also participated in and was interviewed on David Smalley’s Dogma Debate 24-hour Charity Podcastathon in 2017 and has participated in/helped produce other charity streams with Bible Reloaded, Genetically Modified Skeptic, Matt Dillahunty, Allie Jackson (President of Atheist Republic), Cosmic Skeptic, Poisoning the Well, Paulogia, and many other YouTubers and atheist activists. KC is driven by the negative impacts from religion on society that she sees everyday around her. She is pretty much a fish out of water, living in Alabama…a progressive liberal and an atheist, in a sea of extremely conservative, religious, nationalistic people. Through managing the GE Facebook page, she has received endless messages from people suffering on behalf of religion and she is determined to help as many people as she can with the ultimate goal of loosening religion’s grip on our society. Although Godless Engineer activities keep her pretty busy, it is a hobby in an otherwise pretty full life. KC is a change management analyst for the DoD and is currently working on earning her Master’s degree in systems engineering from George Washington University. No matter where her life takes her, she has a passion for activism and is committed to always standing up and using her voice for good.
Katie Paulson has hosted 5 episodes.
I am Katie Paulson.
For 15 years, I worked in sales and marketing for two large organizations.
When my son was born in 2012, we were thrown a curve ball with his health. Our son was born with no pituitary gland. Other neurological disorders, and congenital heart disease.
In 2016, I left my corporate job and became a freelance writer.
I have been writing professionally since 2013. My work has been featured all over the internet.
I originally designed my blog as a place to share my journey of raising a child that is medically fragile. Today I write about parenting, women’s health, mental health, women’s and gender rights, current events, disability advocacy, living as an atheist, and stories from my life raising my son.
I am a champion for mothers and all women. My advocacy extends to bringing awareness to topics that affect many, but few will discuss.
Through my writing, I reach people that feel like they don’t have a voice.
I pick topics that are taboo, shushed by society, or emotionally charged to help the world understand that the stories of the most vulnerable people in our communities.
Without A Crystal Ball to me means none of us can predict what will happen in our lives. We all make choices based on what we know at the time. Getting through life Without a Crystal ball means we make mistakes, learn from our errors, take bold moves, and bravely tackle all the adversity that is thrown our way.
I challenge all my readers to live without fear.
Make mistakes, laugh at yourself, and enjoy the beautiful thing we call life. Absolutely nothing in life is guaranteed.
Make the best of your time while you are here.