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From the valley of the shadow of the podcast mic to the customized xml feed, from the offices of professors to the lost mustard seed, the Cash Cow lurks.  Roaming the earth as long as we’ve had gold to melt down and brought to us in a warning that only Steve Taylor could bring in 1993, “Cash Cow” and the rest of tracks from the album Squint were what was playing in the mid-nineties in Nathan Gilmour’s college dorm room and in young Michial Farmer’s Christian rock collection, and today, to talk about the album’s twenty-fifth anniversary, Steve Taylor himself is joining us on Christian Humanist Profiles!

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