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The Filthy Souls, an indie-rock band hailing from Manchester, England, possess a creative energy that drives their music and electric live performances. Their strength of voice transcends any era classification, while still giving just a hint of their many musical influences. Their obvious appeal to the masses comes from, as the Sunday Telegraph Australia calls it, a mixture of “Part Indie pop and part dirty, sexy rock-and-roll!."
Dinosaur Pile-Up are an English alternative rock band who formed in late 2007. Hailing from Leeds, West Yorkshire. Current members are lead singer and guitarist Matt Bigland, drummer Mike Sheils and bassist James Sacha. Their past members include Steve Wilson (2008-2010), Tom Dornford-May (2008-2010) and Harry Johns (2010-2011).
Vivian Billings, also known as the “NYC Gossip Girl” was first introduced to the entertainment industry in 2001 working as talent coordinator for “All Access DVD&rd
Is it just a problem of missing fossils? Or is there an even greater engineering problem at the molecular level? Stephen Meyer joins Joe to discuss. Tune in!
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately? There are always at least two sides to every story. Have you ever wondered how someone, who saw the same thing you did, walked away telling a vastly different story? Which version was correct? Which one was the REAL story? Actually, both are! It’s just a matter of perspective. Joe takes the issues… especially the controversial issues (politics, prejudice, religion, illegal immigration)… and brings in people from different sides to share their viewpoint. This is definitely not a fluff piece. And while no one is attacked, the questions are hard-hitting. But the conversation is always respectful and you’re sure to learn something new, even if you don’t agree! If you’ve always wondered how the “other side” thinks and how they’ve arrived at their “stand”, then this is the show for you!
It’s not the right side, it’s not the wrong side, but the REAL side of the issues!
World Footprints travels through Eastern Montana and explores the history and diversity of Big Sky Country's eastern border. Today we'll fulfill a "need for speed" when we go drag car racing at Phillips County Motor Sports Dragstrip in Malta with racing champions Shaun and Dillion Carnahan. We'll travel along the vast landscape of the Hammond Ranch where some of the most significant dinosaur discoveries have been made. From Malta we'll head south to Billings and go behind the scenes at the Dino Lab where prehistoric creatures are restored fossil-by-fossil. Finally, we'll visit the elegant Moss Mansion former home to Billings founder Preston Boyd Moss. We'll learn how Moss' vision for Billings and his world travels influenced the city's growth and his home's design.
According to Eric Tillberg:
For too long, our national debate has depended on these two dinosaur parties that haven't truly represented anyone in America for decades. Put another way, these parties have, together, come to represent our contemporary statist party. This is most strongly evidenced by Obama's aggressive, Bush-like foreign policy and the NSA scandal. People are beginning to see the two parties as one and as being concerned with the maintenance of the state itself more than the preservation of the rights of its citizenry.
Even the universal cure for all humanity's ailments, a Barack Obama TelePrompTer reading, hasn't quelled the outcry over the disastrous rollout of Obamacare. Despite what he said in his recent Rose Garden performance, there are no "marketplaces," there is no "product," and it's only a good deal for the takers, not the makers. Speaking of those takers, the One said that many of them would be paying less than their cellphone or cable bills. If they can afford those things, can someone explain why we are subsidizing their health insurance premiums?
Humberto Fontova returns as a special guest to discuss his recent piece "Ted Cruz v. the Republican Establishment," and his latest book, The Longest Romance: The Mainstream Media and Fidel Castro.
One of the Mark Steyn's fave's, courageous blogging pioneer Kathy Shaidle will join us to talk about her provocative writing about Michael Moore, Dr. Phil and dinosaur love.
World Footprints continues our exciting journey through Montana’s Missouri River Country as we go digging for dinosaurs and gold. First, we’ll go in search of Carl the Dinosaur with the help of Dave Trexler and Sue Frary of the Great Plains Dinosaur Museum and Field Station as they take us digging for dinosaur bones. We’ll introduce you to Brenda Koss, whose family-owned ranch has produced some major dinosaur fossils, including one discovered by her daughter
Here is breaking news...the media is dead!! The propaganda ,that has been spread by the dinosaur media , in regards to the so-called government shutdown, has been on full display this week, and once again it has become obvious that we will need to go around them if we are to sell our ideas to the American people.
The growth of the new media must be one of our priorities and we must start now, for time is drawing short.
We will discuss these issues and much more on the Sunday morning edition of The Conservative Watchtower, proving once again that there is a thin line between Saturday Night and Sunday Morning and I am living proof of that.
Tonight, on an essential personnel edition of the Never Daunted Radio Network, less than two days after the government shut down, Republicans may be looking to throw in the towel, as more than 17 Republicans say they're ready to pass a bill to fund the government with no strings attached, giving the House the votes it needs to pass a clean funding bill...but House Speaker John Boehner has given no indication he will he will put it to a vote. We'll be talking up some of the silliness surrounding what is becoming a terminally serious issue.Next, as your humble host AstroGlides back into the dating scene, he finds his options becoming even more limited as users of the popular online dating site OK Cupid who are looking to avoid fatties and uglies can now pay a premium to do so. As if lying about your looks on the Internet wasn't getting easier...now this.Later, we delve into the evil that men do, and the power of forgiveness with the story of a man who contracted HIV at the age of 11 months...because he was injected with the virus as an infant by his father, who didn't feel like paying child support. Two decades later, the boy grew to be a man, and now he has a message of forgiveness for the father a judge called, "The worst kind of war criminal."And finally, did someone say "Tyrannosaurus Sex"? Because you can make just about anything erotic, a pair of authors have released a number of steamy dinosaur tales of ribaldry...and people are buying them. We'll talk Dinosaur Erotica, and how self-publishing has lowered the bar for the literary world...like any of you actually read books anyway.All this and more, tonight on the Never Daunted Radio Network!
FIne Art Paleontology: Evolution of Coiled Cephalopods Monday October 14th 2013, 10 PM EST, 9 PM CST, 7 PM PST Evolution shows in fossils of various different species of vertebrates that at one time inhabited this planted. On The Fine Art of Paleontology hosted by Mr Ken McKeighen and Mr Ken Boorman the special guest will be Mr Patrick Carey a geologist, physicist and astronomer, to talk about "The Fine Art of Paleontology: Evolution of Coiled Cephalopods" on the show. This should be of interest to everyone whether or not you just want to learn about this subject a student or an expert in the subject.. For more information about this episode on the Under The Sea Radio Show go to: http://underthesearadioprogram.yolasite.com/fine-art-paleontology-coiled-cephalopods.php http://kenmckeighen.com/paleontology-evolution-of-coiled-cephalopods.php Visit The Under The Sea Radio Show Store at: http://www.cafepress.com/wmaquaculture For More Information about the Under The Sea Radio Show see; www.underthesearadioshow.com
Join Elusive1 as he welcomes for the first time on MN.B.R.T. Radio The Legendary Ray Crow. Ray has had years of experience with many of the sciences whichsteered him in the direction of writing a newsletter, the Track Record, andthis book combines many of those disciplines. A sample of his interests andmemberships should give the reader a brief glimpse of his background:collector of minerals, rocks and fossils, Fellow Geological Society of theOregon Country, Lepidopterists' Society, Oregon Archeological Society,Missoula Floods Chairman, U.S. Weather Bureau, paper mill quality controltech, U.S. Air Force, antique and book shop owner, CRT technician, amateurastronomy, computer programming, Weather Bureau observer, stamp and coincollector/dealer, and Director Western Bigfoot and International BigfootSociety. He hated school but loved reading - antique and used book shopowner, but did complete a year at Portland State University and completedseveral military courses, some now quite dated like electronics (what is avacuum tube? Kids ask), or slide rule calculating. A wonderful wife, Theata, shared many of the funexperiences of chasing butterflies, collecting fossils, or being hostess ata meeting of Bigfoot enthusiasts. This promises to be a great show, 1 that you don't want to miss so mark it down. SQUATCH ON!!!!
BJ will read the book, "Danny and the Dinosaur" which is part of a series created by cartoonist Syd Hoff. The story tells how a dinosaur and a boy named Danny become friends and spend a wonderful day together watching baseball games, eating ice cream, and playing hide and seek.