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    Let's Talk About HAIR RADIO

    in Blogs

    Hair care is today, keeping your hair on your head. I would like to start by answering any questions about ways u can have the luxury of having long healthy hair and still wear your weaves or wigs, even lacefronts and quickweaves. Call me up and tune in. Special guest will be popping in

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    Ghosts of Children

    in Paranormal

    It has always amazed me how ghosts of children can exist. It seems as though they would be exempt from the prison of being earthbound after death, but apparently they're not. We will explore this very troubling reality on the next show.

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    Episode 5: Growing Up Nintendo feat. You Should Play This Podcast

    in Video Games

    WHEN PODCASTS COLLIDE! Six episodes in and the basement boys have their first crossover with another gaming podcast, You Should Play This! Jeff and James (aka Babomb and Doser) team up with Jack and Casey in this episode, where the freshly founded fearsome foursome talk about growing up with Nintendo. We outline our favorite games, moments, and memories of Nintendo, and predict what the future has in store for the house of Mario. We make a bunch of detours during our discussion, including ranting about the Coleco Chameleon, buying arcade cabinets from grown men in Queens still living with their mothers, and why the hell we still collect and play games from a bygone era. If you enjoyed our guests as much as we did, check them out at youshouldplaythis.com for a great podcast about retro gaming, these guys really know their stuff!  As always, please review and subscribe, the first 50 to do so will win a free t-shirt from Jack’s closet!
     
    Contact the basement at bftbpodcast@gmail.com
     
    Music by Dan Morrell danielmorrell@outlook.com
     
    Artwork by Evan LaMedica evanlamedicaart.deviantart.com
     
     

  • 01:09

    #StartSpeakingStopStigma: Mental Health Mondays

    in Podcasting

    It's time to liberate ourselves and allow our minds to be Emotionally Emancipated from the lies that have sabotaged us subconsciously since before our births. It's time to dive HEADFIRST into the #StartSpeakingStopStigma movement. It's time we realize that "Black Mental Health Matters!!"  Join me as I simultaneously broadcast LIVE right here on Facebook AND The MSKeepItMoving Radio Show June 26th at 8:30pm for Mental Health Mondays. I will share with you why the #StartSpeakingStopStigma movement has become so important to me. I'll share the challenges I face daily to become Emotionally Emancipated from my own fears and embrace who I know God has created me to be and I'll share with you the importance of promoting Mental Health Awareness and Education Mind, Body & Spirit.  If you have questions you would like answered during the live show or if you would like to share your personal journey to become Emotionally Emancipated, please inbox me. You can also send your questions or share your personal journey via email at startspeakingstopstigma@gmail.com No matter what, KEEP IT MOVING! ~MSKeepItMoving K.I.M. 4U, Inc.  #StartSpeakingStopStigma

  • 00:45

    Dawn of Justice Civil War break down

    in Blogs

    Welcome to a all new cali guy video were we discuss dawn and civil war

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    BLACK PANTHER PARTY NEW YORK MEETING

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    Weekly black panther party of new York meeting...

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    Packing light, really light, makes the travel more delight !

    in Travel

    If you are planning to check in your suitcase, make sure that you'll have a carry-on luggage for the nacasities and don’t forget to Include in your carry on your vital medicines and vitamins too.
     And Of course The U.S. Transportation Security Administration that know as (TSA) has strict regulations about carrying liquids, gels and aerosols: Each traveler is allowed to carry only one, quart-size, zip-top, clear plastic bag.And of course the TSA allows some exceptions to the 3 ounce containters/1 quart zip-top plastic rule,
    Before you hit your way to the airport take a photo of your suitcase in and out.
    Lock your suite case, even though it is not impossible for them to open it, but it will make it harder and maybe time consuming.  If you are taking laptop computer. Tape a business card or other identifying information on the bottom of your laptop to avoid loss or accidental "exchange" by travelers. Make sure that your suitcase has a tag on the outside and several tags on the inside. Mark your suitcase with a color cloth if it was black to identify it easier.
    And the best tip, listen to the end of the show to get the best advice
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  • 01:13

    Cards Against Harassment | The Pratfalls podcast

    in Personal Journals

    “Trolls will eat as much food as you give them.”
    Lindsey is a trial attorney who brings trained advocacy to the courtroom and wider activism throughout her community. Her personal advocacy against institutional sexism and rape culture first reached a broader audience following a viral Craigslist Missed Connection written to a catcaller in September 2013. In June of 2014, I began filming street harassment in the Twin Cities and launched Cards Against Harassment, which was picked up by buzzfeed and led to me making appearances on Good Morning America, WPR, and other national and international media outlets. 
    In this episode of the podcast, Lindsay talks about how growing up with a father who was a Sheriff and mother who was a school teacher impacted her sense of justice. Her parents called her Sergeant Lindsey because she had a vocal objection to anything she viewed as not just. Lindsey also reveals that real life trial attorney work is less hot people hooking up than depicted on television. And she talks about some of the gender issues in legal work.
    Lindsey also talks about how learning how to argue well in relationships is critical to survival. Lindsey talks about her work as an online activist and how avoiding personal attacks or harsh language in her activism helps keep the focus on the issue and not let her get minimized. She also talks about getting online threats that make clear and specific references to her real life.

  • 01:46

    moose radio

    in Video Games

    recap the latest scores, transactions and current emo of the moose

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    Preview of the Charlotte 135

    in Video Games

    This week the hosts of Track Smackin' will recap the past week's race at Talladega as well as preview the Charlotte 135 from Charlotte Motor Speedway.  Special guest Anthony Santoro.

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    2016 May 22

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