How porn and video games are impacting whole generations of boys and men, the effect fatherless children have on society, and why people think sex is used as a tool of manipulation.


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2 Responses to “07-26-2012”

  1. Brenda says:

    Talking about the virtual world negatively influencing marriage, I can testify to this. My husband and I have been married for 17 years, my husband and daughter spend hours on end with online gaming – they say it’s just for fun but I have been a lot more time downloading your show and listening to it – yes you show is good but I still miss my time with my family. The problem is that if I confront my husband about the time he spends online instead of with me, he gets angry and defensive. He has even gotten to the point of neglecting his business and then I have to pick up the slack financially – so YES the virtual world is negatively affecting marriages and finances, and sex in marriage – because by the time he gets to bed it’s 3 or 4 in the morning and he is too tired to give me a second glance, never mind touching me!! So it is all linked. Before you ask – I don’t have a question it’s just an observation. And no I don’t need advice, I’ve been doing life the Christian way for over 23 years, marriage isn’t as hard as been held up at gun point in your home (something else I’ve survived).

    God bless and keep laughing
    brilliant show Thanks

  2. jubilee says:

    The virtual world reminds me of an ooollllddd MAD MAGAZINE from maybe the early 70s. First, it had a couple that were dressed alike and people couldnt tell who was the girl or boy–(similar to Eddie VanHalen & Valerie Bertnelli when they first married THEN it had people on little hand held machines that were attached to them AND LOOKING LIKE BALLS because of no exercise…I think ‘Mr. Kaputnik’ was a prophet…LOL

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