Author: Geoff Openshaw

MoBach Throwdown #6 – Beana vs. Alisha

Editors’ note: For the next few weeks we’ll be critiquing dates on “The Mormon Bachelor.” The folks at MoBach heavily moderate their comments so that everything involves sunshine and rainbows, and we think that is dumb. This is dating, people! Not all of it works or is positive, and we shall address it as such. Your comments and thoughts – uncensored and unedited – are welcome, as always. Beana Hathaway Al: Full disclosure, I am a very good friend of Beana Hathaway, she is great. Geoff: This thing is already ruined because of Jack Johnson. And yes, Beana is...

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MoBach Throwdown #5 – Angie vs. Sara

Editors’ note: For the next few weeks we’ll be critiquing dates on “The Mormon Bachelor.” The folks at MoBach heavily moderate their comments so that everything involves sunshine and rainbows, and we think that is dumb. This is dating, people! Not all of it works or is positive, and we shall address it as such. Your comments and thoughts – uncensored and unedited – are welcome, as always. Angie Pita Geoff: BIG win on the Peruvian food. That’s some of the best Latin American fare out there. While watching this I decided I needed to go to the restaurant...

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MoBach Throwdown #2 – Andrea vs. Sara

FIGHT!! Editors’ note: For the next few weeks we’ll be critiquing dates on “The Mormon Bachelor.” The folks at MoBach heavily moderate their comments so that everything involves sunshine and rainbows, and we think that is dumb.  This is dating, people! Not all of it works or is positive, and we shall address it as such. Your comments and thoughts – uncensored and unedited – are welcome, as always. Andrea Candrian Al: Flew in from washington dc? Wow man, who leaves the dating capital of the east for a reality show? I’m skeptical. Geoff: I actually left SoCal for DC....

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We Need Church Schools or We Will Die

A Rebuttal to the Evil of Alan Doan By Geoff Openshaw Recently, my enlightened co-host argued that Church-owned and operated schools no longer serve the needs of the saints, and thus should be done away with.  Such an argument could not be farther from the truth.  In his fallacious attempts to convey his message, Al Doan fails to take into account anything beyond his personal opinion and imagined reality.  Do Church schools necessarily need to have the same gravitas as in epochs past?  No, they certainly do not.  In a globalizing church, we no longer expect all “good saints”...

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