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The Eight Hour Lunch Podcast [http://www.eighthourlunch.com/node/71] aired its first of 23 episodes on January 1, 2007. Hosts Doug and Heidi Humphries examine life after Mormonism, answer listener mail and interview a variety of guests including Matt Dillahunty, Jeff Ricks (founder of postmormon.org), a non-Mormon who managed witness the Mormon temple rites and more. The 23rd and final episode aired Sept 23, 2007.
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The Eight Hour Lunch Podcast [http://www.eighthourlunch.com/node/71] aired its first of 23 episodes on January 1, 2007. Hosts Doug and Heidi Humphries examine life after Mormonism, answer listener mail and interview a variety of guests including [[User:Sans Deity|Matt Dillahunty]], Jeff Ricks (founder of postmormon.org), a non-Mormon who managed witness the Mormon temple rites and more. The 23rd and final episode aired Sept 23, 2007.
  
 
Doug still maintains the site and blog, but mostly for his freelance photography work. He is currently migrating all the old posts to the new site, but the much of the old content can be found in the meantime at this URL: [http://www.eighthourlunch.com/about/index.php]
 
Doug still maintains the site and blog, but mostly for his freelance photography work. He is currently migrating all the old posts to the new site, but the much of the old content can be found in the meantime at this URL: [http://www.eighthourlunch.com/about/index.php]
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Revision as of 14:58, 26 June 2010

The Eight Hour Lunch Podcast [1] aired its first of 23 episodes on January 1, 2007. Hosts Doug and Heidi Humphries examine life after Mormonism, answer listener mail and interview a variety of guests including Matt Dillahunty, Jeff Ricks (founder of postmormon.org), a non-Mormon who managed witness the Mormon temple rites and more. The 23rd and final episode aired Sept 23, 2007.

Doug still maintains the site and blog, but mostly for his freelance photography work. He is currently migrating all the old posts to the new site, but the much of the old content can be found in the meantime at this URL: [2]

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