Podcast #38 – YouTuber Laci “gogreen18”

We interview Laci, a.k.a. “gogreen18” of YouTube fame.  In just a few short months, Laci’s intelligent commentary on religion and rationalism (not to mention her charm and good looks) have attracted a legion of likeminded fans.  Her bluntness has also raised the hackles of religionists, who succeeded in getting her suspended from the ‘Tube for two weeks in late 2008 – that’s when her videos went viral.  Now fellow nonbelievers (including uber-blogger PZ Myers and we at American Freethought) take heart that Laci is now a role model and secular spokeswoman for America’s up-and-coming generation.  Visit Laci’s YouTube channel at YouTube.com/user/gogreen18.


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Recorded January 10, 2009.  Hosted by John C. Snider and David Driscoll.

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