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Host Cyrus Webb welcomes recording artist and mixtape dj Butter Rock to Conversations LIVE to discuss his love of music, what it's been like to be an influence in the lives of artists around the world and the power of djs in the entertainment industry.
Guns or Butter or just Guns? For the Tea Party is guns all they need or see?
The new gun control law in Connecticut is the toughest in the land! NRA say's it is unconstitutional? If they really believe so, let them take it to the Supreme Court. I would like to have the Court decide so we can move forward. It may not matter for Republicans in Congress -- they fear losing their seats to Tea Party members in the primary elections.
No one wants to get “primaried.”
Certainly not Republican members of Congress who have seen some of their colleagues run out of office by Tea Party-backed candidates in party primaries.
Other topics include energy… how about the Keystone pipeline while an Exxon pipeline ruptures and spills oil in a residential neighborhood?
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Gluten-free expert, author, coach and advocate Jules Shepard hosts a weekly show offering news, interviews with intriguing guests, gluten-free baking tips and otherwise lively conversation. This week we celebrate National Peanut Butter Day with a contest to win a KIND Snacks & Earth Balance Natural Peanut Butters ... plus an awesome gluten-free, vegan, soy-free peanut butter cookie that will put a smile on any peanut butter lover's face! Contest winners announced during the show &
Check your watch, no doubt its time! Its Nod Your Head Wednesday on the D-Hour Show and on this show we will be talking to the infamous DJ Butter Rock Mixtape DJ Extraordinaire. And as always we will be bringing you all the hits from new, amateur, unknown, and up and coming (R&B, Hip Hop, Pop, and Neo-Soul) artists as well as celebrities! We'll be bringing you interviews from celebrities, new, amateur, and independent artists. Don't forget to listen to
Tonight, on a double fisted edition of the Never Daunted Radio Network, we squeeze out news of a congressman who argues in favor of banning abortions even earlier in pregnancy because, he said, male fetuses that age were already, shall we say, spanking the monkey. Next, we learn that in celebrity chef Paula Deen's world, everything goes better with a little racism as information from her recent lawsuit deposition has leaked out, alleging that Paula and her brother made black and white employees use separate bathrooms, repeatedly told racist and sexist jokes, and generally played the part of stereotypical Southerners
Later, from the "always get a last name" file, a Florida man told police, that he was beaten, robbed, forced to strip naked and abandoned on the side of a road Friday evening during a first date with a woman named "Tree." So much for finding love in a hopeless place.
Finally, we are joined by comedienne Tema Sall, who is on to talk about her growing stand-up career and fill us in on where this rising star will be appearing next. All this and more, tonight on the Never Daunted Radio Network!
In our first installation, The Reading Salon brings you spoken word From The Book of Butter. by Amy Pearl, better known as MISS Butter for her hip-hop, free-style rap and spoken word performances from New York to her hometown Toronto. Join us for a live 15 minute spoken word broadcast on Blog Talk Radio, curated by Raymond Helkio. See you at the salon!
Justin Gold, the founder of Justin's Nut Butter, is not only a stand up guy but he's also one entrepreneur who never gives up. Ashley chats with Justin on how he was able to get his product on the shelves even when the big guys turned him down. Justin shares tips and advice from what he's learned to those trying to get their product onto the shelves too. Although Justin is very successul, he still went through a long road to get where he is now and how he is constantly expanding hi
What is your bread and butter? What do you rely on?
What's your finishing move? What's your secret weapon that always works? Where does it all come from? Whether you play games(board or video) or you scheme to get what you want out of life we often rely on our bread and butter (our abilities)to make it happen.
What happens when our bread and butter doesn't work out? Do we bail out, get nervous, or do we change the game plan and abandon what we thought would always work?