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  • Way Out Wednesday - STEVIE MACK RADIO 03 04 2015

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    STEVIE MACK RADIO - Way Out Wednesday  03 04 2015
    Mon -Thu 10pm (PST) 
    Stevie Mack (Writer/Host) takes the news, current events and pop culture, flip it up, slap it and rub it down with an urban edgy twist!
    Listen in as political pundits Montel Jackson, Bygh Myke and Rev. Al match wits with Stevie Mack on the "Topic of the Night"
    Call in 646-716-6113
    Visit  http://www.steviemack.com
    Follow  http://www.twitter.com/ComicStevieMack

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    Brandon's Take #12: Fireball Whiskey

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    We've all done it once, but does Brandon drink it on the regular? What about you? Do you drink Fireball?

  • Thursday Night Rant - STEVIE MACK RADIO 03 05 2015

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    STEVIE MACK RADIO  - Thursday Night Rant 03 05 2015
    Mon -Thu 10pm (PST) 
    Stevie Mack (Writer/Host) takes the news, current events and pop culture, flip it up, slap it and rub it down with an urban edgy twist!
    Listen in as political pundits Montel Jackson, Bygh Myke and Rev. Al match wits with Stevie Mack on the "Topic of the Night"
    Call in 646-716-6113
    Visit  http://www.steviemack.com
    Follow  http://www.twitter.com/ComicStevieMack

  • I am Puffy.

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    Fat Guy in Spandex is a middle-aged, over educated, under employed, overweight, white guy who loves hockey, NASCAR and dumb-ass, quirky comedy. On his podcast, he pontificates about all things associated with a lazy life, sex, sports and much, much more.
    Today’s episode looks at: a recent incident in which on of my favorite waitress at The Gator said that I was 'puffy'. Is that a compliment? I found it incredible hot and sexy that she would ridicule me about my weight and "full of crap' apporoach to enabling my own behavior.

  • Saturday Night Special, with Santore

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    MikeSantore is back on a whole new night with a whole new show. Actually it's the same show just a NEW NIGHT! Mike asked for it, now he got it!

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    Brandon's Take #13: In and Out

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    Who doesn't love In and Out? Brandon sure does.

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    Brandon's Take #14: Ebola

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    Is Ebola still a thing? Should we worry. Brandon gives us his take on the once-scary epidemic.

  • A Conversation With Tim Heald

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    Tim Heald is a stand-up comedian from West Springfield, Massachusetts. He began stand-up in April 2013 and released his first special (and DVD), What's Your Sleep Number?, in November that same year. He received his lessons at the Red Door Theatre, where he first performed, before going on to have shows at Majestic Theatre and The Underground Cafe.
    He's currently writing material for his second stand-up DVD, in between jobs in logo designing. Still being in school, he lives at his parents' house in West Springfield, chasing after an inordinate amount of younger siblings.

  • A Conversation With Chadd Beals

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    Chadd Beals is an up and coming comedian who has been writing comedic material for years however, only recently took the stage within the last year. He aspires to become the best comic he can be while helping his fellow comedians grow their craft by creating more opportunities for more local shows allowing more stage time.
    Chadd is now producing comedy shows, and is sponsored by konnected clothing company and Muerto Tequila.

  • A Conversation With Laura Hayden

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    When Laura Hayden is not killing patients–with laughter, she is killing it on stage as a stand-up comedian and inspirational speaker. Dr. Laura Hayden is a practicing physical therapist, touring comedian and speaker. Laura’s stand-up career started at the front of the classroom while she earned her Masters in Physical Therapy from Mount Saint Mary’s College. Her ability to highlight the humorous side of medicine led her classmates to nominate her to give their graduation commencement speech. To this day the faculty at Mount Saint Mary’s College still talk about that “infamous” commencement speech. Laura credits this as her first stand up performance.
    The impact of Laura’s humor on her patients and classmates and her personal struggle with caretaker burnout led Laura to research the correlation of laughter on overall health—especially how it affects those charged with taking care of the sick and injured.  Laura’s personal journey and research on the healing aspect of laughter led her to pursue her PhD in Physical Therapy from Boston University. The emphasis of her PhD was burnout and therapeutic laugher. Caregiver burnout is a serious issue in the medical industry and as a caregiver herself she understood how difficult it was to stay sane and positive when dealing with the stress. She found that laughter truly is the best medicine for patients, their loved ones, and the medical professionals working the front lines.
    Today Laura lends her humorous take on the absurd, bizarre and rare moments that make living and healing such a great part of the human experience. Part of her mission to serve others, educate and entertain  with kindness and humor, Laura crafts one-of-a-kind speeches and uplifting presentations that helps people cut loose and find the funny side of any situation. The prognosis . . .terminal laughter!
     
     

  • KNOT: A Discussion on Improper Use of Everyday Language

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    Follow us on Twitter: @knotradiotalk
    Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/knotyourtypicalradiotalk
    How often have you heard a person misuse a word constantly and with confidence? Tonight we will discuss the many ways people misuse language and make fun of them like mean high-schoolers. Why? Because sometimes we just need to have a very fun show with no heavy topic and laugh. So call in and tell us your funniest stories about friends, familiy, or yourself concerning using words completely out of the proper context. It's good laugh at yourself...and other people!

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