What to do with bullies, Act II

Johnny Camacho and Kenton Ngo have rescheduled their podcast interview with Shirley Phelps-Roper of Westboro Baptist Church. She failed to show up at the previously scheduled time, claiming that she overlooked the commitment because, well, her “days are so busy and full” (With what? Defiling the memory of fallen soldiers, I suppose).

At any rate, the podcast will be today, at 6:30 pm. Again, the call-in number for those who wish to participate is (646) 478-5825.

See our previous post about why anyone should care here.

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One Response to What to do with bullies, Act II

  1. David says:

    Well, I listened to most of this podcast. What an unpleasant woman.

    What was most remarkable was her tone of voice, and that she sustained that tone for a solid hour. It was like a monotonous wall of sound, strident, imperious, full of venom – and Johnny could barely insert a few words here and there. At one point, he tried to introduce his own perspective as a Christian, which she immediately interrupted with “Hon, I know everything there is to know about you.” At another point she was describing the “joy” she felt while traveling to one of her group’s horrid assaults on a servicemember’s funeral. It was surreal to hear the words in that tone of voice, which could be best described as the complete absence of joy.

    Wow. In this case, I’m not sure we learned much that we didn’t already know.