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A veteran police detective, Robert Snow was devoted to evidence and hard facts—he had never given any thought to reincarnation. But during a hypnotic regression, he experiences a vivid awareness of being alive in three separate historical scenes. Remaining skeptical, Snow begins to investigate with the intention of disproving reincarnation. Instead, diligent research and corroboration from multiple sources reveal solid evidence that he lived a former life as Carroll Beckwith, a nineteenth-century American artist. Portrait of a Past Life Skeptic tells the fascinating story of Robert Snow’s transformation from skeptic to believer.
Greetings, people! For the sake of expediency, let's cut to the chase! Check out the latest podcast episode of Afronerd Radio's Mid Week in Review airing this Wednesday at 7:30pm EST. Join Dburt (for delf!....Cap returns next week) as he sheds some light on this (mid) week's latest pop/pulp/political concerns: the folks at Fox News believe that the new Captain America's fight against the Sons of the Serpent is just a proxy for Republicans (okaaaay...); and even more on the racial front, some Star Wars fans (or possibly trolls) believe the upcoming film is an ode to White genocide (okaaay..); Actor, Anthony Mackie (Avengers 2, Ant-Man) can't endorse Donald Trump due to "Black authenticators" on twitter; just what was up with the lack of media attention regarding the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March; picking up from last week-the controversial "shattered glass" Ebony/Cosby-status of the Black Family cover and how many were split on it's meaning; also weighing in on the Lamar Odom affair; Dburt unpacks on laughing barrels and slavery. And lastly, researchers in Singapore appear to be getting closer to robots as humans with the creation of artificial brain cells. Call in live at 646-915-9620.
Happy Post Turkey day, folks! Let's just jump into the frey people! Join Dburt, Capt. Kirk and the "Uncanny" Daryll B. for this Saturday's latest episode of The Grindhouse, courtesy of the Afronerd Radio machine works. The topics du jour are: our thoughts regarding the recent release of Captian America: Civil War trailer; is it time to rethink Black Friday shopping shenanigans after witnessing adults rip appliances out of the hands of children? maybe #BlackOutBlackFriday IS in order; is the WB/DC finally getting the message or just listening to our shows-is Constantine coming to CW's Legends of Tomorrow?
And is a Flash/Supergirl crossover inevitable?; is actor, Tom Cruise set to star in Universal's reboot of the Mummy franchise?; Dburt waxes about hip hop artist, Killer Mike's endorsement of Sen. Bernie Sanders being politically seductive for young POC but the adage of "be careful what you ask for" comes to mind; the crew's impressions on UK's The Frankenstein Chronicles and Jekyll and Hyde TV efforts; and the Fox host's question to a Black cohost-"do you make Kool-Aid?" goes vine and viral?; comic writer/filmmaker, Frank Miller returns with DK3: the Master Race; the studio and director behind the Gods of Egypt apologize for the lack of diversity in their film; a recent CBR piece by Joseph Illidge of The Mission remids us that the relationship between Jessica Jones and Luke Cage played out a bit differently on Netflix vs print. And lastly, actresses, Jurnee Smollett-Bell (True Blood) and Jessica de Gouw (Arrow) star in an upcoming slavery thriller for WGN America entitled, Underground. Whew. Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.
Happy Turkey Day to all our vigilent and intellectually curious supporters! Check out a new episode of our Mid Week in Review podcast, courtesy of Afronerd Radio airing this Wednesday at 7:30pm EST. Join Dburt and Capt. Kirk as they pontificate about the following topics: more unrest in Chicago after a dashcam video is released depicting the tragic shooting of a Black youth by local police; did Amazon marketers go to far with their Nazi themed ad campaign for The Man in the High Castle online streaming series; is the recent uptick in racial events based on truisms or media manipulation? (i.e. claims of racism are now being levied against Harvard University for defaced photos of Black law school faculty members); Dburt does a reversal on the debate over allowing Syrian refugees into the US; in the wake of the Paris and Mali attacks, are African-Americans as invested in the terrorism debate as the general public? And lastly, the Atlanta Black Star site critiques actor, Will Smith views on race (sigh,,,,the arbiters have returned!) Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.
PCF welcomes professional tournament angler, charter captain and South Carolina native Captain Jamie Hough.
Capt. Jamie Hough is either in Charleston chasing redfish and trout 350 charters per year on his HUK/Redfish Mafia Pro Team boats, or traveling all over the East and Gulf Coasts for Pro Redfish Tournaments as part of Team HUK/Redfish Mafia. Capt. Hough has numerous TV shows under his belt and several feature articles in publications such as Sport Fishing Magazine, SC Sportsman, and SC Game And Fish.
We look forward to having Captain Jamie on the show to talk about his succussful touranment season, charters, The Redfish Mafia and his recent win with partner Ryan Tiernan at the Inshore Fishing Association Redfish Tour Championship in St. Bernard Parish, La. in October 2015!
And we're back and in full effect, people! Listen to the latest episode of Afronerd Radio's Grindhouse podcast, airing this Saturday at 6pm EST. Check out Dburt, Capt. Kirk and "The Uncanny" Daryll B. as they shed light on this week's blerd (and not blerd) oriented subject matter: well...it's finally here! the crew unpacks just how binge worthy is Netflix' Jessica Jones? And what about Luke Cage coming to life?; noted comic creator and educator, John Ira Jennings stops by to discuss his latest project, Blue Hand Mojo as well as his history in pulp fiction, thoughts on diversity in comics and minority themed comic conventions; more guests! cosplayer, Valerie Complex of Anime Complexium joins us to discuss racist and misogynist trolling being levied toward female cosplayers of color; can CW's The Flash get any better? Not only does longtime Flash villain, Gorilla Grodd make another appearance but we also caught a glimpse of Gorilla City; early reviews for the Star Wars: The Force Awakens centered video game, Battlefront are in (and they're mixed...or are they); Marvel execs suggest that the internet tales of Netlix' Iron Fist series being scrapped are false (whew); more stories of higher education racism are on the rise as photos of (solely) Black Harvard law professors are defaced on campus; an all White Oscar worthy actress cover of the Hollywood Reporter stirs controversy. And lastly, in the wake of radical Islamic attacks in Mali, are African-Americans as invested in the terrorist debate as the general public? And if not, should they be? Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.
Greetings to all our supporters (and detractors..what the hey)! Pull up a seat and listen to a new installment of our Mid Week in Review podcast airing this Wednesday at 7:30pm EST-courtesy of the Afronerd Radio machine. Join Capt. Kirk and Dburt as they attempt to shed light on the following topics: it appears that Dburt has additional thoughts about the recent racial controversies centering around the student body of the University of Missouri (the acronym SJW comes to mind); as expected, Black twitter appears to have a problem with not only director, Spike Lee's upcoming Chiraq film but his views on intraracial violence (sigh); Hollywood whitewashing continues with new The Gods of Egypt film (hint: no actual Egyptians were cast) and again, the cyberwebs react; and in a gross case of over-reaction, a 67 year old White woman gets arrested for pulling a gun on a Black man who was asking for a light and we will try to do some house cleaning by addressing issues we failed to tackle from previous broadcasts. Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.
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Can we kick it ? Yes....I think we can! (Hon. mention to the 25th anniversary of Tribe Called Quest's Peoples Travels....). Check out the latest episode of Afronerd Radio's Grindhouse podcast, airing this Saturday at 6pm EST. Join Dburt, Capt. Kirk and the "Uncanny" Daryll B.-your broadcast "Doom Patrol" as they unravel the following topics: our thoughts go out to Paris as the city deals with the latest horrific wave of terrorism resulting in reportedly 150 plus deaths; still more thoughts about race and the University of Missouri; additional musings concerning legendary comic writer, Neil Gaiman's fight to maintain the integrity of his characters' ethnic backgrounds; Change.org has a new petition campaign aiming to bring a Constantine series to the CW network; in retro tech news, just what is the deal with audio tapes making a return to public cocnsciousness?; thoughts about TNT programs-The Librarians and the Sharon Stone TV vehicle, Agent X; Dburt scratches his head as young men that appear to be "Afronerds" are profiled and refused entrance into an Australian Apple store; is the Flash a not so thinly veiled homage to Fox's Fringe? And lastly, actor Christian Bale actually responds to the viral theory that he is really Batman (in the upcoming Batman vs Superman film). Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.
At Least 100 Students Involved in Sexting Scandal at Colorado High School.
At least 100 students at a high school in Cañon City, Colorado, exchanged nude photos of each other on their smartphones, PEOPLE confirms.
Officials only plan to press charges if “absolutely necessary,” Fremont County District Attorney Tom LeDoux said, adding that it’s possible no charges are filed at all.
But it could take a month to sort offenders from victims, Cañon City Police Capt. Jim Cox said: “We’re not out to hang every kid. We don’t want the victims to think they did something wrong, but we do want to know what happened.”
The students involved, some of whom are as young as 13, used “vault apps” to share the photos with each other, authorities said. One such app looks like a regular calculator app, but when a user types in a code, it takes them to a hidden page where they can store photos, videos and other personal information. We explore Apps that you have no idea they are on your kids phone.
Brevity, people...brevity! Listen to the latest episode of Afronerd radio's Mid Week in Review podcast airing this Wednesday at 7:30pm EST. Join your hosts Dburt and Capt. Kirk as they wax about this (mid) week's current event inspired topics: unraveling the racial conflict at the University of Missouri and the eventual firing of the institution's president; iconic New Orleans mucisian/producer, Allen Toussaint passes at the age of 77; to Dburt's chagrin, does the recent flare up between minstrels and past lovers, Curtis "50 cent" Jackson and Vivica A. Fox, channel a larger issue of sexual "questioning" between Black men and women (a recent Root article also ponders a similar dilemma); a new Variety magazine article reports that minorities are still heavily underrepresented in TV projects (infrastructure, anyone?); a White actors portraying Dr. Martin Luther King in a play stirs a controversial stew. And lastly, highlighting the rise of techpreneur, Ali Abdullah's Claim It! app. Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.