This is not a podcast about discussing spiritual deconstruction, reconstruction, contemplation or The Bible. There are numerous podcasts that do that...we know because we love and listen to them constantly.
Our intent is taking all that we know and believe at the time and live it out in a conversation while sitting at a literal or figurative table. We won't shy away from a topic or person and we aren't going to have an argument or debate.
Here are those conversations.
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The intro clip was long, and it sounds like you tried to clean up the audio and went a bit too far. It's hard when you're gues sounds like crap. I was happy that you didn't start off asking for money. The biggest take away from this is you have a guest with an AWESOME story, and you just kept going on and on about how great the story was without saying the details of the story. You had a great line on your website. I would've started off the show with, "Hey today's show deals with adult topics. At just six years of age, Jabali Smith along with his older brother & sister was handed over to the leader of a Messianic Doomsday Sex Cult voluntarily by his mother. Here is my conversation. (also I think that should be were not was).
I think the reason you rambled a bit is cause this moved you so much. You were "riffing" off the top of your head, and it went on and on. It took you six minutes to say the words "Sex trafficking."You are burying the lead. You even said, "I'm spinning" (yes you were). That's when you press stop, figure out what you are trying to say, and construct your introduction to get people to not press skip." Tell people you're excited about the guest and get to the guest.
Your production was good when it was your voice. The other audio was either very hissy (cause by not having a loud enough recording level), or "boomy" (cause by someone recording where their microphone was too far away from the speaker (often a microphone in the laptop).
I love, love, loved your description as it shows how your show is different.