Jamie Kilstein on Gay Marriage

“To every heterosexual mentally abusive closet racist fast-food-feeding let-your-kid-run-around-the-mall-like-a-psycho parent:”

My favorite part? Jamie talking about how Ted Haggard hired a male prostitute to “shame-fist him into a meth coma.”

If you want more Jamie, he interviewed me at this year’s Amazing Meeting. If you want more Paul Provenza (who hosts the show in the clip, Green Room), listen to our fun interview on The Skeptics’ Guide this week.

Rebecca Watson

Rebecca is a writer, speaker, YouTube personality, and unrepentant science nerd. In addition to founding and continuing to run Skepchick, she hosts Quiz-o-Tron, a monthly science-themed quiz show and podcast that pits comedians against nerds. There is an asteroid named in her honor. Twitter @rebeccawatson Mastodon Instagram @actuallyrebeccawatson TikTok @actuallyrebeccawatson YouTube @rebeccawatson BlueSky

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  1. “Shame-fisting” is definitely entering my lexicon from this day forward.

    And if you like Jamie Kilstein, Paul Provenza, and racy NSFW humor, you can hear plenty of all three on an episode of The Death Panel recorded at TAM9!

    (Note: I was not involved with this episode, so I can take neither credit nor blame for the results)

  2. Ron White and Lewis Black in the same room…. I really want them to tour together: the Black and White Show, it would be f’ing amazing…

  3. Jamie’s good, but I’ve seen him do that routine live. He’s taking it easy in that clip; when he’s warmed up and rolling, he delivers that stuff at about twice the speed and looks like he’s about to explode and rocket skyward in fury. Really, see him in performance some time — he’s scary good.

  4. I read your blog in my google reader. And at the bottom of this post was an ad for a christian dating website… google disappointed me on that one.

    And yes, of course, I hit print screen.

  5. You non breeders complain all bay about my out of control kids, then you’re all aghast when I put lil shock collars on them. Make up your minds people!

      1. They just give a slight correction, what’s the big deal?
        The same with babysitters…what’s wrong with a good solid lock on the basement door?

  6. Exactly, and those straps I use to keep them in bed at night make them feel cozy and secure.

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