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Tonight we will explore the topic of when does collecting become a burden rather than a joy. A post on Facebook a few weeks ago brought this topic to mind. A person was becoming burdened by collecting all of the ponys and that it was becoming a financial and space burden to her. We will discuss this type and other types on MLP Talk we get serious.
Also join us for our wacky conversations.
Please note that we maybe late in starting our topic due to issues beyond our control. If co-hosts are not yet at their computers or we get distracted please bare with us. We are not always perfect. PONY HUGS.
Also if we continue to be off topic we will change the topic of the show to reflect that. Also we don't take random callers due to the issues we have had with random people in the chat rooms. We keep this a family friendly show and want to keep it that way.
Join us with Mr Brian Perkins of Wild Peru as we take a look at collecting wild fish for the home aquarium.
Topics to be covered include but are not limited to;
transportation of fish
feeding freshly caught wild fish
tips & tricks
Do's and Don'ts
What is the Best way to collect Evidence when out in the field? Is there a right and a wromg way to go about it ? Why has so many researchers left out the basic do's and don't's? Can evidence be contaminated just by touching it or breathing on it? Can evidence be Faked or Hoaxed and How can you tell when it has? Tune in tonight as we discuss the Do's and Don't of Collecting Evidence.
Justin Carlisle began collecting Boy Scout cancer awareness patches about the time that his Order of the Arrow chapter issued a patch to help raise funds for the local chapter of the Susan G. Komen Foundation in Greenville, SC. Soon he discovered that several OA lodges had produced memorabilia to help find a cure for cancer and he was hooked. With his own father falling a victim to cancer he decided to write a reference guide for others Scouting memorabilia collectors who were interested in this niche. Teaming up with Brett Estrade who runs Patchtrends.com he put together a guide that has all known issues including pricing data. In this episode of the Scouting Hot Finds Radio Justin and Brett share the story of this new collectors guide. For other Scouting memorabilia collectors who have notions of writing a similar collecting resource guide Brett Estrade is willing to partner with them by offering his database of prices realized from the Boy Scout category of eBay. At the time of this episode that catalog holds over 2 million price points. cancerguide.patchtrends.com
http://www.santeeswapper.com Ted Thompson was like many Boy Scout memorabilia collectors when he ran up against a collecting roadblock about five years ago. His main interest was council shoulder strips but when he got down to a final list of the twenty-five toughies he had to come up with something new to pursue to keep his passion for the hobby going. He remembered the words of his camp counselor, "if you ever get any Project S.O.A.R. patches pick them up for me." Before long he had all the national issue items and was on to digging through trade-o-ree bins for council and district issued event patches with a S.O.A.R. theme. The program was first introduced by the Boy Scouts of America in the early 1970s and stands for Save Our American Resources. Listen in tonight for my take on side collections and hear Ted's story on how he got into a fun and inexpensive collection that might be unusual for some. What interesting side collections do you have? Send me an email and maybe we can get you on the air too!
http://www.scoutinghotfinds.com/campbook My guest is Bob Sherman who is a well known figure in the hobby of collecting Boy Scout memorabilia. Some have taken to calling him the "camp patch man" as he has been writing the camp patch column in the ISCA Journal for a whopping 22 years now. The focus of our interview tonight is discussing the brand new edition of the Camp Book II that has just been published and is available as a PDF either through instant download or CD on eBay. The book comes in at 1250 pages but you can still purchase it on eBay from my partner there RadarBSI. One of the key things about the Camp Book II is that is also the best reference piece for the history of Scouting councils. It is packed with information about early teens and twenties councils that most people don't even know existed. Towards the end of this interview I reveal a pair of special bonus items that I am committing to give away with every sold copy of the Camp Book II V2 (2014). You'll just have to listen in to hear what I've got up my sleeve.
in Self Help
As we have learned from interviewing experts, ADHD is an executive functioning issue that is about organizing, planning, prioritizing, and executing. A written document is the manifestation of taking knowledge, playing with it, and using your executive functioning brain to produce it. In this episode of Attention Talk Radio, we interview author and ADHD expert Wilma Fellman on her writing process. If you struggle with writing, don’t miss this insightful show.
Attention Talk Radio is the leading site for self-help Internet radio shows focusing on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and attention deficit disorder (ADD), including managing symptoms of attention deficit disorder, adults with ADD, or adults who have children with ADHD. Attention Talk Radio, hosted by attention coach Jeff Copper, is designed to help adults and children (particularly those diagnosed with or impacted by attention deficit disorder or its symptoms) in life or business who are stuck, overwhelmed, or frustrated. It will help adults and children get unstuck and moving forward by helping to open their minds and pay attention to what works.
Attention Talk Radio host Jeff Copper is an ADHD coach. To learn more about Jeff go to www.digcoaching.com.
I feel like we've been here before. Well, maybe because we have... kind of.
So, instead of last week's setup with no Patrick, this time it's no Harry. So, join Patrick and guest co-host Paul Brian Leazar as they head back west to the L.A. region, and back to everyone's favorite company to come out of an American Legion hall (AAW and SHIMMER are out of an Eagle's Club, get it right), as they cover the third installment in PWG's Card Subject to Change series. Headlined by Claudio Castagnoli vs. Joey Ryan for the PWG World Championship, and a dynamite match between Low-Ki and Akira Tozawa, THIS is the kind of show you think of when you think of PWG.
Why are Patrick and Paul going out of order with their lineup and not doing a WWE DVD? it's their show.
Plus, Patrick and Paul will discuss other things, including Patrick's weekend in Berwyn for SHIMMER, and how he managed to piss off over a half dozen wrestlers in 1 days, along with his newest take in DVDs.
Also, don't miss the weekly Cash and Trash of the DVDs. What did Patrick and Paul find to be the Nicole Matthews (good) of the DVD, and what did they find to be the Allysin Kay of this show?
In honor of National Poetry Month, Brian Paul Allison will talk about the art of collecting poetry, as well as many other things!
Brian is the author of "The Art of Collecting Poetry," which shows you ways to create your own anthology to get the most enjoyment from your best loved poetry, stimulate your mind, and enrich your life. who has also been a fitness trainer at Canyon Ranch in the Berkshires for many years. As a modern renaissance artist, exercise modalities such as improv movement and martial arts have always been a part of his integrative approach. He was the cofounder and creative director of Adventure Game Theater (as seen on PBS at Omega Institute, 2001). As a bodybuilder he was Mr. New England (1990), and Pro Natural Mr. USA (1991).
WriteSpa - An Oasis for Writers is a place for refreshment and enjoyment during your writing journey. We offer mentoring, coaching, editing, publishing consulting services, as well as different and original ways of approaching writing, which include writing practices designed to rejuvenate and inspire you.
in Pop Culture
Biff sent me this long-ass list of many topics for this week's episode ...
"Obsucre TV shows/cartoons from the 80's.
Why we got rid of Lawn Darts (I blame bad parenting)
Greatest TV Cars
Universe crossovers you would like to see"
But Lawn Darts had us thinking ... how many fatal toys are there? Hmm ...
[Geek Pile is not responsible for the injuries and/or deaths of your friends/family/neighbors/pets/neighbors pets if you decide to mess with Lawn Darts after listening to this episode.]
Lynne Robin Green started out as a songwriter and along the way became a champion and advocate for the rights, protection, and representation of songwriters and artists alike. Her music publishing and administrative group LWBH (Lansdowne Winston-Bloor Hoffman House) goes beyond publishing...specializing in recovering lost material of artists and writers, collecting royalties and protecting licensing. She is a journalist, songwriter, advocate and educator with worldwide reach. But plainly put...she loves music. Join May and Cynthia as they welcome music publishing giant Lynne Robin Green.
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