The Herd gets right down to business discussing the court case of Lucero v. Texas where the foreman read a verse from the Bible and appears to have changed the jury's decision. Chappy is disappointed, but with whom? And are SI and OG too comfortable in their own opinions? (00:00)
Legal discussions aside, some court cases are too comedic to be taken seriously. Is it possible to sue a god? And can there be a lawsuit that's completely frivolous? What happens when men sue for reproductive rights? And should OG just lighten up? (18:03)
We find out the scientific reason behind the cancellation of the Jewel of Medina by Random House and what we really do with those votes you cast in the poll. (39:36)
Opening Music [00:00]: excerpt from "Another Goddamned Draft"
Bridge Music [16:47]: excerpt from "One of Many"
Bridge Music [38:20]: excerpt from "Disco Is Not Dead"
Bridge and Closing Music [40:59]: excerpt from "As Jazzy as I Get"
(All music: copyright 2008 by Rachel Murie)
This Week's Goddamned Links
Scripture Influences Jurors
Suit Against God
Men's Reproductive Rights Case