Thursday, February 8, 2024

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Yesterday, Gus and his friend went to lunch at a little mom and pop place close to his home. His bill came to around $6.00 and it was one of those machines that asks you how much you want to tip. The rule of thumb is usually 20%, which would only come to $1.20. Gus thought that was kind of ridiculous and gave a little more. On the other side of things, the fact that he was asked to give a tip was kind of silly because much of it was self-service. Gus asks listeners what their policy is when it comes to tipping at restaurants.

Later, Gus talks about Super Bowl LVIII, which features the Kansas City Chiefs v. the San Francisco 49ers. He talks about how, before his spiritual conversion, sports filled that God-sized hole in his heart and watching the Super Bowl was a big deal. Over the years, although he still enjoys college football, his love of sports has waned and he really has no interest in the Super Bowl these days. He invites listeners to call in and share their level of interest and, afterwards, Bob Dunning calls in tp discuss the game itself, the history of California NFL teams, some of the prop bets and pick winners.

Also, Dr. Paul Chaloux calls in to talk about his new book, “Heaven’s Currency: A Study of Love,” which focuses on prayer during suffering and the spiritual gifts we can gain from those. It's available from Sophia Institute Press.


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