Andrew Auernheimer (weev) wrote,
Andrew Auernheimer
weev

on the radio: WFMU NYC/Jersey this Sun 20th 3-6 AM EST

Sunday morning I'll be on WFMU-FM 91.1 Jersey City/NYC and 90.1 Hudson Valley from 3-6AM EST. That's starting about 25 hours from now.

There are working shoutcast/flash/asx/realmedia streams of varying bitrates. Tell your friends and moms!

If you use that abomination in the eyes of the Lord known as "Twitter" you can tweet at me during the show: @rabite.

This is sort of a training demo thing. I'll be getting a weeknight primetime-ish slot within a very short period. But I'm still going to have a lot of fun with this Sunday morning slot, which will allow me to bring the gospel of my Lord, Jesus Christ, to the many radio listeners in the New York City area. There are probably a lot of people out there listening at such an hour who need to receive the gospel.

Topics of discussion will include the urgent need to destroy the evils of birth control and abortion, how totally awesome the death penalty is, how sodomy undoubtedly sends someone straight to burning in hell, how an international cabal of Mammonites runs the financial system/defames christ/rapes children, and how, with all due respect to other creeds, Christ is the only one that can actually get you to paradise. Being a non-profit, listener-supported radio station, WFMU has an extremely liberal listener base spanning multiple continents and timezones and I'm sure they very urgently need this gospel. I can't wait to engage some of them in debate!

I will also be showcasing tunes from the Christian Identity movement and a small baptist church from Kansas.

If you would like to see more gospel please consider a donation to my legal defense fund.

Find peace in Christ, brothers and sisters!
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