Susie was born and raised in Pittsburgh, but after high school joined MTV’s Road Rules Down Under for the ride of her life. She has since participated in eight shows on MTV (but don’t judge her). All Susie’s reality winnings went towards her education, and in 2014 she completed her PhD in Religious Studies from the University of Pittsburgh. In addition to her academic work, Susie has begun diversity training with the legendary activist Jane Elliott who created the famed Blue Eyes Brown Eyes exercise. Susie now works for organizations and businesses as a diversity trainer where she uses Jane Elliott’s techniques to combat prejudice. She also writes extensively about religion, and her work has also been featured in the Huffington Post, Vox, Salon and the Atlantic. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Adam, and their son. Even though things are pretty great, the best day of her life is and will always be when she sang on stage with the Beach Boys.
Susie blogs about religion on her website, The Gospel of Susie.
July 1st, 2017 | 1 hr 1 min
eye candy, headline of the week, is this a thing, stupid shit my friends post, trumped up
The New York Times catalogues all of Trump’s lies, a deluded “breatharian” couple claims to survive without food, Mark Whelan posts an All Lives Matter meme (some conditions apply), 7 percent of Americans think brown cows make chocolate milk, and Mexico City combats sexual violence on the metro with an artisanal “penis seat”.
February 5th, 2017 | 1 hr 43 secs
The crew takes a moment of silence for the Bowling Green massacre, an elderly woman licks eyeballs for money, UC Berkeley students protest a troll, scientists create a human-pig hybrid, and a Dutch artist creates a new “species.