Feb 272010

Dr. Mike “Dr. Future” Bennett and Mike “Tom Bionic” Tatar, Jr., put on a fantastic radio program called Future Quake.  I had the privilege of being interviewed by them recently and that recording will be broken up into four parts and broadcast next week on WENO, AM 760 in Nashville, TN.  Those interviews are now available for download in a single 128kbps MP3 file here.

If you have never listened to Future Quake before, I urge you to do so.  Future Quake is very intelligent, bold and thoughtful yet it is also an entertaining program that focuses on the most important topics in our world today.  Future Quake really is one of the best programs of its kind that I have ever listened to.

  2 Responses to “Listen to my new Future Quake interviews”

  1. I’m a fan of the Dr Future program, and just finished listening to that interview. Your information was amazing, and I wanted to follow up and tell you how much I enjoyed it. The US apple doesn’t fall too far from the English tree.

    On another topic, I notice that the 2.3 gigapixel image of the Burj has been removed, due to “too much traffic.”

    Hope to hear you on Dr Future again soon!

  2. Hi Van,

    I just listened to the interviews you did with Stan Monteith. That is excellent research you have completed on the GGStones! Thanks for sharing it with everyone. Those with ears to hear will hear what’s being told to us who follow the Messiah (Jesus/Yeshua).

    I haven’t yet checked if the RCChristian book you mentioned is available in pdf online or not…but if not – perhaps you might scan and upload to one of those sites, making available to all who want to investigate?

    I will be fasting on Tuesday – so will keep you and your family in my prayers. I understand what’s preventing you from getting bids……….we war not with flesh and blood, brother. And sometimes it takes prayer AND fasting. So, I’ll add you to my list for Tuesday (there will be three of us doing the fast at the same time, over various issues).
    Yaweh bless and keep you!

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