Welcome to Celestial Sex, hosted by Chris Duce and produced by Colin Hatch, where we have frank conversations about sex and religion. This week we speak with Barak Hardley, an actor and comedian who has appeared on shows like Community and The Office and currently stars in the movie "Spell". We talk to Barak about going to Bible college and his experience church planting in Utah.
Google Wave, the collaborative communications tool Google predicted would 'kill' email and revolutionize the way we chat online, hasn't yet been a smash hit among users, many of whom find Wave to be overly complex. College Humor has released a suggestive "instructional video" that tries to help explain how to use Google Wave and mocks it with a demonstration of Google Wave cyber sex. The two continue to exhibit Wave's functionality as they start getting into cybering, adding in pictures, Google map widgets, surveys and ultimately inviting "Mark's wife" into the conversation who uses the playback function to watch the entire conversation unfold before serving Mark with divorce papers.
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Are period myths cramping your style? Are you tired of bozos who couldn't properly label a health class diagram of a vagina making ignorant and, come onmisogynistic comments? Well, so were these ladies at College Humor who created a gentle, totally not-at-all scary video called " Periods Aren't That Gross " to clear up the myths for the uninitiated.
They would rent DVDs of the HBO series and watch for hours at a time, while drinking gin-and-tonics and imagining what delights the city held in store. Their purpose in watching the programs was not really to learn about the habits of women they were likely to encounter in Manhattan; Josh, Ricky, and Jakob are twenty-three, and Zach is a year younger. Instead, the four friends found themselves identifying with the four television characters.