One day, when I was very young, I was watching television with my Grampa when he exclaimed, “Sweet Feathery Jesus, did you see that?!” A man had just been captured on video by the local news being thrown from a vehicle and tossed into the air like a rag doll. In the years following, my Grampa would exclaim, “Sweet Feathery Jesus!” whenever something would instantly grab his attention. From “The Empire Strikes Back”, the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster, or the new Coke formula – major events from my youth were punctuated by that recognizable phrase from my Grampa. In tribute to him and his love of the phrase “Sweet Feathery Jesus”, this site is dedicated. Whenever something facinating, weird, shocking, or even just completely entertaining takes place, SFJ will be there to give it’s unique take on the events of the day.
- Belasco started his radio career at Catawba Community College, hosting a college music station for the enjoyment of dozens. He has wanted to host his own podcast ever since he saw the 1989 film Music Box, starring Armin Mueller-Stahl & Jessica Lange. Thanks to the micro chip, his dreams have come true. Today, he runs the Sweetfeatheryjesus.com website and in his spare time collects Phil Collins trading cards and odd-sided RPG dice.
- Booze is a worker for London’s underground mass transit system, where he drives his countrymen to their destinations almost 20 hours per week, 18 weeks per year. He likes 9-11 humor, worker’s unions, and club music. Recently, He has channeled his obsession with barrel-legged midgets into a one-man show that has been playing off-off Broadway for nearly 3 weeks to half-capacity crowds. In his spare time he consults with the youths of London on more cost-effective methods of Lawn Forking.
- Dr. P has been at the fore-front of marine biological research since he was 11 years old when a freak frog-gigging accident gave him the ability to communicate with catfish telepathically. When communicating, he takes on a glazed-over appearance which has resulted in the nickname “Rape Eyes”. He had to cut short his promising gymnastics career due to hand spasms, but now owns one of North Carolina’s most successful chip shops.