In episode #30 Alato, Steverotle and Paulocrates faithfully devote some time to the intriguingly mysterious nature of canonization, or the religious act or process that formally declares a dead person worthy of sainthood. To become a saint, the potentially pious person must be involved with at least two miracles and they have to be proven. But what is a miracle and can scientists ever empirically verify them? We particularly focus on the recent canonization (by Pope Francis) of Mother Teresa of Calcutta/Kolkata. But before we get into all that super duper natural stuff ASP spout their political views on Colin Kaepernick(el)’s steadfast refusal to stand during the U.S. national anthem and Gary Johnson’s deer in headlights moment when he didn’t know what Aleppo was. “And [who] is [Gary Johnson]?!” This guy! ASP conclude (sort of) this non-soporific episode with a 2nd round of ASP StuffRadio Poppycock (aka Balderdash)! “And what is [a snotter]?” Don’t be a deer in headlights; listen to our thirtieth episode to find out! By the way, during the 2016 Rio Olympic games the Japanese pole vaulter Hiroki Ogita’s prized possession did in fact “aggressively graze” the bar.
J.S. Bach’s “Concerto No.1 in D minor – I. Allegro” (Royalty free music. Public domain and copyright free classical music)
“Brahms Waltz (Marimba)” http://www.dl-sounds.com
“Waltz in Ab, no. 15 from Op. 29” by Johannes Brahms (Royalty free music. Public domain and copyright free classical music)
“Lively Lumpsucker” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/music.html