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Join us as we discuss another special radio show where the dead will come back to
do a one night only howdy doody... we also will discuss the paper and whatever
dk or scott feels like talking about today... DUM DUM DUMMMMM!!!!!
So ready up strap in and lets rock and roll... we might even play music if we can
be bothered... :p
Original 20's Country, Folk, Jazz "When the Levy Breaks" and more!
8:00pm/Est 7:00pm/Ct 6:00pm/Mt 5:00pm/Pt
Live Listen and Chat go to:
Kansas Joe McCoy and Memphis Minnie – “When The Levee Breaks” recorded in 1929 much later recorded by Led Zeppelin. Hear the original 1929 Lp
Jimmy Davis – “She’s A Hum Dum Dinger” What more do you need to know about my baby? Oh my Lord I love this song. A fine bit of steel string pickin’ folk blues to take you right out of the hustle and bustle of today’s wacky world.
We have these songs and many more for you on this show.
Sit back with your honey and enjoy
Tags: Prepper Broadcasting, American Preppers Radio
Have you ever met a person that was so smart that they were stupid. Have you ever met people that think that they are smart but everyone that knows them knows other wise. Have you ever met any of those people who just do not know their heads from their backsides.
Are you one of those gifted people. Lets face it they have to be gifted if they were not gifted on some level that would not be alive.
These are the people who do not walk the earth by faith but by pure old god is looking out for them. How does the saying go god looks out for babies and FOOLS.
You get the point.
Joe Garnet does his first solocast of 2014 and discusses dumb california laws, obamacare, conservative keys to victory, resolutions, and fitness?? Did he say fitness?
Our Beloved Brother Bashir aka The Baby Face Imam will be taking us on a journey to discover if we have been fooled into believing we are FREE in the United States of America. This will be a very informative program that will empower you...
Adam Thomlison (a'dum tom'lissun) - definition: A man who devotes his life to the study of things not really worth studying (French action cinema; the musical, cinematic and literary works of Sting; detective fiction of the '40s and '50s), Adam Thomlison's natural habitat is the urban centre (his nearest animal-kingdom relative is the domestic pigeon) among outdated technology and excessive collections of all forms of media. When not studying those media he makes his own contributions using the aforementioned technology, despite knowing first-hand the world already has so very much of it - a life pursuit akin in its futility to that of the dung beetle.