Atheism and the City about how he believed in irrational things in the past. It's a very common experience I imagine, there are so many crazy things out there and as a kid we don't know how to sort through it all. I know for myself, I believed in all kinds of crazy stuff when I was little. I do remember stumbling across the James Randi Education Foundation website and learning about skepticism, I was hooked pretty much right away.
That actually followed really well from the previous one. This is from the Skeptics Guide to the Universe Podcast #418 (at about 45 minutes in). Jamy Ian Swiss being interviewed along with James Randi.
I recently found this guy's youtube channel, I have really been enjoying his stuff. This particular quote was from one of his 5 stupid things videos. What originally caught my attention was his series reading apologetics books from an atheist perspective, I have been enjoying his other stuff as well.