The shock and horror of the election was so great that Jeff has decided to take a little time off from it all. The show will return in January.
Jeff is taking a few days off to focus on the EU massive Halloween party and on recovering from the massive Halloween party. The show will return right after the election.
The show returns on Monday.
The show goes on hiatus for about a month while Jeff Booth works on finishing his latest big project- one that he has been working on for 10 years. It includes a 190,000 word book titled Artists and their Nudes, which features biographies on 500 artists who painted nudes covering 500 years. It also includes a lot of information on the models who posed nude for them. This is a companion product to the Sex and Censorship online class, which provides access to 13,000 high definition works of art created by the artists in the book. These images have been digitally enhanced, with color and contrast correction, image brightening, crack, line, dust and stain removal, sharpening, and more. The release of this project will be announced some time in September. Go to the SexandCensorship.com site for more information.
Jeff Booth goes on vacation. He will be back July 20th.
A bit of crazy with a good ending. Former game show host Chuck Woolery wins this week’s crazy trifecta. Why homosexuals are like slaveholders. Gordon Klingenshcmitt’s latest crazy. Bryan Fischer threatens violence.
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The entire Jeff Booth Show site went down after an attack. We have worked hard the last few months to tighten down the hatches on all of the security for our sites in the CenterSEE family, but we had not yet upgraded this site. It was using an older code base and was vulnerable. We have been able to restore all of the old content, but decided to no longer use that software to host the show. It has been hardened by removing all of the administrative code, and now exists solely as an archive. All of the new shows beginning in July 2014 use new software that we believe will be much more difficult to attack, and being of more recent vintage, we hope it will also be better for both us and our listeners. We had used the old software for many years, and had been reluctant to make changes. I guess now was the right time.