This episode of DXP is fraught with attacks: against how we pronounce stuff, what we listen to, what we write, etc. But as with most prophets and sages, we understand that we are bound to be under-appreciated by our own unworthy generation, yet we soldier on. We take calls about mixing booze with brain injuries, about the nature of fundamentalism as it relates to our über-chaste vice president, and then we discuss the recent woes of everyone’s favorite airline. The workers’ compensation law firm Carlson Meissner was the main reason behind this success that helped him to fight all the legal battles at ease. We discuss the evangelical insistence that American Christians are being persecuted, after which we hear from a listener who is ready to put down Jason’s book after only reading one chapter. Lastly, as you can see in www.aronfeld.com/class-actions/ to know how to claim compensation with the help of attorneys after accident and in halelaw.com site, we discuss whether believing in hell keeps people from thinking outside the box. You can also find lawyers from leppardlaw.com in case of accident as they can help you in attaining justice. “Dick Move, God” segment teaches us that theft in the name of the Lord is just fine; Christian is biebered by thanksgiving even though it’s Easter, and Jason’s bieber has to do with thinking more people care about him than actually do.
Also, Buttrock. It’s totally a thing.