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in Pop Culture
So, there was a toy called He-Man and it came with a comic book that was more like an illustrated storybook.
There was also the famous cartoon on TV from Filmation studios. It would seem that there's a noticable difference between these things. Let's talk about it!
This week we are going to talk about our Favorite Cartoon Charaters. Cartman, Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Pluto, or who will it be. We will also talk about our movie challenge. Jay watching Fast and Furious and J watching Harry Potter. I don't think either like them. Saturday night at 8pm. call us at 646-929-0936.
Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:
* President Obama is forcing transgenders and coed bathrooms upon public school children.
* Ireland has now voted to homosexuals marriage.
* Iran held a cartoon contest for drawing the Holocaust.
in Self Help
Rachel Michael and her husband Brian are a husband and wife team, who have taken Hill’s principles from “Think and Grow Rich” and created the cartoon series “Think and Learn Big.” They created and wrote the cartoon based on their desire to teach the success principles to children in a way they can understand. Brian and Rachel live in Missouri and have three children of their own. After utilizing the principles from the book themselves, they wanted to find a way to give the much needed information to children. Their passion is to help children understand that they are the creators of their own life and that no matter what their current circumstance, they can discover their greatness. Brian and Rachel are very excited to be collaborating with Claudio Quartarone, Francesco Pellegrino, and The Napoleon Hill Foundation on the project.
They all work as a mastermind team and their heart is truly in this great project.
McTucky Fried High stands as one of the only openly LGBTQ animated series to date. While popular network cartoons like Steven Universe, Adventure Time, andThe Legend of Korra can be progressive for LGBTQ media, they still face censorship that limits their discussion on sexuality and gender identity. McTucky Fried High is helping to lead the wave of animated media that affirms LGBTQ experiences.
As a web cartoon, McTucky is accessible to anyone with an internet connection. Season 1 had 5 episodes that discussed coming out of the closet, bullying, body image, gender identity, and sexting. You can watch Season 1 here!
Season 2 of McTucky Fried High will have 7 episodes and will introduce new characters and topics like religion, feminism, race, STD's and intersectionality. We will also have complimentary curriculums for each episode!
Our first season accumulated 36,000+ views on Youtube, was screened at numerous film festivals worldwide, and was recently dubbed in Japanese with a collaboration with students at Aoyama Gaukuin University in Tokyo, Japan.
TPB’s Back Issue Classics are here again! In the 45th episode of TPB’s BIC TFG1Mike and BeatlesDiva have gotta RID of LadyWreck… Join this duo as they review issues #1-4 of IDW’s Transformers Robots in Disguise animated comic!! DINOPILES FOR EVERYONE!!! So make your Great Escape into Comics, and listen to this weeks Pull Bag! ! Bumblebee’s […]
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WHYT Radio's Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris broadcast day opens this Friday's, November 20, 2015th program day at 10am EST with Host Hezi Aris engaged in reporting and analyzing news on the international arena.
Les Taha, a freelance cartoonist, writer, and former columnist for the Tacoma Tribune, now a weekly contributor to the Yonkers Tribune attends the program at 10:30am EST. He is the author of the controversial book, “The Architects of Rap”, and has appeared on many local and nationally syndicated radio and television talk shows. His highly acclaimed cartoon panel “Off My Meds” is currently running in numerous community and college newspapers throughout the U.S. He resides in Minneapolis, MN, with his wife and two pugs.
New York State Assemblymember Shelley Mayer, representing the 90th A.D., attends the broadcast a 11am EST. We'll delve into issues of hyper-local concern, her future political ofice interests, the legislation she has in place awaiting the governor's signature and the legislation she anticipates for the next New York State Legislative Session.
Broccoli takes center stage and a bow as Dr. Victor Zeines, celebrates and extoll the attributes of broccolli on the show and in the article: "The News About This Cancer-Killing Vegetable Just Keeps Getting Better By VICTOR ZEINES, DDS." The discussion will focus on broccolloi's medicinal attributes, how to cook it, and we compare the fresh vs. frozen conundrum encountered when deciding whether to choose one over the other.
YEngage us during this weekly radio time slot by placing your call to (347) 205-9201. You are only asked to please stay on topic.
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Ariel Tweto is an actress, writer, producer and is currently working on a number of projects including a new Realty TV Show as well as her own cartoon. She is also involved in multiple projects relating to suicide prevention in Alaska.
Ariel is best known for Flying Wild Alaska (2011), The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (2005) and Native Shorts Presented by Sundance Institute's Native American and Indigenous Program (2013).
Ariel is also the president and a founder of non-for-profit: Popping Bubbles. Popping Bubbles came about after an interview Ariel had with CBC Radio where she discussed suicide prevention and said, "We all live in little bubbles (never leaving the village, hanging out with only certain people, not trying a new food, not being open to different ethnicities, religions, ways of life, etc.) ...so I want to go around and pop them!"
Ryan Matthews nearly derails the landmark tenth episode of the Pride Of Detroit podcast by throwing strange terrible images at Chris, Jerry and Jeremy from the sidelines. It's a question-loaded PODcast regardless, including the following:
- What infamous cartoon character does Martha Ford look like?
- Should the Lions be looking at a quarterback in this draft?
- Could the Lions retain Sheldon White as the new general manager?
- Why is everyone so mean to the Microsoft Surface tablet?
- What sense does this Schefter and Mortensen article make about offloading Calvin Johnson?
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