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  • 00:34

    Goodbye blog talk radio...hello Hot101.net

    in Current Events

    I'm leaving Blogtalkradio, and moving on to Hot101.net. Come join me tonight at 6pm, to say Goodbye as I follow my dreams and start learning from the big boys how it's really done. I'm a little scared but like all new things, I know I will adjust. Dial in @(646)478-5651, at 6pm tonight and  give me a great positive send off . It's been a pleasure doing your stories. I have cried with you guys, laughed, argued...ETC, but at the end of the day, I respect and love each and everyone of you. Dial in my Freestyle artist, friends, family ETC. let's get this party started

  • 02:33

    "How to Avoid Playing the Goodbye Game"

    in Radio


    Meet someone, fall in 'love', argue, break up, have SEX, get back together...and then do it all over again...and again...and again. If you've ever tried to leave a toxic, dead end, non committal relationship that clearly wasn't of God...tune into "The Dedan Tolbert Show" tonight at 9:00pm EST for a rebroadcast of our special on "Goodbye Game 2015...How to Leave & Stay Gone". To hear exactly how to not only walk away...but to stay gone, call 646 200 0366 or listen online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com.... "Real Radio that Matters for over 10 years".

  • 00:37

    Path Community: Kim and Greg say goodbye

    in Spirituality

    Welcome to the final Path Community blogradio program. Our mission has been to connect each person to their divine purpose in living their mission and vision for life. Our desire has been to walk through life with you as you have taken the time to explore the many possibilities that the Path has to offer. Each and every story has been relevant, accepted and appreciated. There is no one else like you! We are your greatest fans and have felt honored to be on this journey with you.You are unique, gifted and called to greatness. Join us this week as Coach Kim Skaggs and Coach Greg Reich take time to say goodbye on this leg of the journey. We are closing the door to this chapter in our lives for now and look forward to the new directions that face us both. The Path Community is a vital part of who we are and what our lives are all about. Thankyou for this wonderful journey with you. Though we are both heavy hearted about walking out of this space we know that for now God has something different in store. Please join us as we take the last show to remember the good times and say goodbye. God Bless!

  • 00:58

    Goodbye Constitutuion Freedom America

    in Politics Conservative

    You will recognize much about who we are as Americans today from reading Don Jans' fictional account of America as having become an informal Marxist state.  Jans' main character in this cautionary tale is out of step with the collectivist, amoral and gray atmosphere in which he lives.

    Don Jans is the author of My Grandchildren's America, a public speaker and expert on Marxism.


    Tags:  Don Jans, Goodbye Constitution Freedom America, My Grandchildren's America, Obama, Marxism

  • 00:38


    in Comedy

    On this, the final episode of Lust For Life, James is joined, as always, by Benjy Susswein, and his friends Jon Laster, Grant Gordon, and Tanya Erazo to discuss the history of the show, the future of the show, favorite guests, and lessons learned along the way. Check it out.

    Follow @JamesLMattern @TheBestofBS @RealJonLaster @GoGrantGordon and @StandUpNYLabs on Twitter

    Visit www.StandUpNYLabs.com to listen to all our other great podcasts.

  • 00:56

    When It's Time To Say Goodbye - With Jodi Clock from Timeless Pets

    in Pets


    When It's Time To Say Goodbye - With Jodi Clock from Timeless Pets

    All My Chidlren Wear Fur Coats

    Join your host, Peggy Hoyt and her guest Jodi Clock from Clock Funeral Homes and Timeless Pets as they discuss pet cremations and pet memorials.  Are there any standards/ regulation for handling pet remains? Should you use a pet loss business or vet? Find out the answers to these questions plus more on Monday, May 25th from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. eastern time.

  • 00:35

    GOODBYE HELTER SKELTER: Author George Stimson's New Look At the 1969 Murders

    in Entertainment

    In August of 1969 the spectacular Tate-LaBianca murders rocked Los Angeles, the country, and the world. But even more shocking than those murders was the story behind them: the story of a homicidal maniac named Charles Manson, how he turned the sons and daughters of middle-class America into a Family of murderous slaves, and an insane plan to achieve world domination by sparking a race war called Helter Skelter. But what if the prevailing take on the story isn't totally true?

    Author GEORGE STIMSON takes a realistic and reasonable examination of the Tate-LaBianca murders and the true reasons behind them. Based on years of research and exclusive information from Charles Manson and many of his former and present friends, Goodbye Helter Skelter presents the conclusions of a long-time Manson associate -- conclusions that will likely change what you think about Charles Manson, his so-called Family, and some of the most infamous murders in the history of American crime.



    By Leighton Gould on December 26, 2014

    Excellent book, well documented and researched, does not try to sugar coat anything that happened, but made sense regarding some of the "media bull" that was flying around at the time. Thank you, George for making us more aware and enlightened.

    ***** FIVE STARS!

    A Must Read for Anyone Interested In Manson

    "This is one of the Best and most Informative Manson books that I've read. I would recommend this book as a MUST READ for anyone that is interested in Charles Manson and the Manson story."

    For more information, visit www.goodbyehelterskelter.com

    The views and opinions of our guests do not necessarily reflect the views and opinons of Richard Rossi Live or Blog Talk Radio.




  • 00:43

    Kiss Burnout GoodBye with Jeanell Innerarity

    in Self Help

    Have you ever struggled with Burn Out in your career, or in life?

    Would you rather feel fired up?

    Please join me for my interview with Jeannell Innerarity. We're going to be discussing this subject that's near and dear to both our hearts. My tagline is Take the Big Leap from Burned Out to Fired Up and Jeannell is the host of her summit Kiss Burnout Goodbye. Please go to www.KissBurnoutGoodbye.com that takes place October 6th - October 26th. I have the honor of being one of her interviews on October 15th. To learn more, listen to our show. 

    "Jeanell Innerarity is an intense, weird, vivacious, buoyant, no-nonsense Mother-Earth goddess who has never been good at working jobs she hated. She specializes in helping ordinary folks get in touch with, clear blocks to, and manifest their own extraordinary dreams. Whether working with Jeanell in the fields of coaching, yoga, somatic awareness, nature connection, or hypnotherapy, clients describe feeling accepted and able to relax in her presence. In 2014, she was a featured speaker (on the subject of burnout) at the international, sold out, Women’s Leadership Summit at the historic Asilomar Conference Grounds in Pacific Grove, California."

    To Sign Up for the Summit Click on: http://www.KissBurnoutGoodbye.com?ap_id=mjmurph29


  • 02:17

    Charred Remains Char's Birthday Bash/Goodbye Show 1-3-15

    in Entertainment

    January 3, 2013 wasn't just the night of my birthday, but my first audio broadcast on Blog Talk Radio. What a fantastic show! So many cool people called in and talked to me. I had a total blast talking to Manoush, Rebekah Herzberg,John Ginder, Parrish Randall (Circus of the Dead),Larry Wade Carrell (director of Jacob), Kaci Hansen, Debbie Louise the fabulous mother to singer/songwriter Chris Lizzi (he called too) called in and sang, "Happy Birthday to You" and so many more. For a listen you can click here http://www.blogtalkradio.com/charred_remains/2013/01/04/charred-remains-another-year-olderparty-with-char .

    Tonight is my 45th birthday and the only place I want to be is on Blog Talk Radio chatting with the folks of Indie Horror people I have formed strong bonds of friendship with and my brothers and sisters of horror the other reviewers who write and interview like I do. So tonight's show is a birthday party and it is my Goodbye to Blog Talk Radio. 

    For the last few years, I have had some awesome sponsors who have helped fund the show in order for me to keep the premium benefits of shows longer than 30 minutes and other studio perks. With my new promotion at work, my responsibilities has changed and I am working nights now. With a baby in the house, it is hard to do late night shows and be quiet about it, because you all know I am far from quiet when talking about indie horror.  The Charred Remains shows will remain even after I cancel my premium status.

    Is this the end? Tune in January 3, 2015 at 6pm Pacific, 8 pm Central, 9pm Eastern time and find out! 

    The show is an OPEN MIC night. CALL in and CHAT with me and end my run with an awesome night of FRIENDS and let's talk a little HORROR. Favorites and Worst films of 2014, Scandals, Cons, whatever there's FREEDOM to Speak your minds. 

    Talk Soon,


  • 01:02

    Kiss and Say Goodbye to 2014

    in Lifestyle

    We are going to look at the things that mattered most to you in 2014 so you can look forward to doing more of the things that move your life ahead.  No more boring days and boring you!  It is time to tap your creative genius as you reflect on what you enjoyed doing and plan to do more in 2015.  Kiss the year goodbye and stand ready to move on!

  • 00:41

    Talking with Michael Thal author of Goodbye Tchaikovsky

    in Lifestyle

    We are joined by Michael Thal retired from his teaching job when he was 51 years old due to a severe hearing loss. Rather than give up on life, he pursued a new career as a writer. Since 2001 he’s penned 3 published novels with a new one coming out this fall. He’s also written over 80 published articles for print magazines like Highlights for Children, San Diego Family Magazine, and Writer's Digest, to name a few.

    Michael was inspired to write Goodbye Tchaikovsky due to a severe hearing loss at the age of 44. He left his job as a tenured sixth grade teacher seven years later because he couldn’t understand his students. Michael wrote Goodbye Tchaikovsky wondering what it would have been like if his hearing dropped out as a teen.

    Goodbye Tchaikovsky is not just a novel about main character, David Rothman’s experience of transitioning between a hearing and deaf world. It is an emotional autobiography of hearing loss. Deafness is an unseen disability. We know a man is blind by the cane he uses to guide his walk. Her wheelchair easily identifies a disabled woman with Cerebral Palsy. Deaf people have to continuously remind others to talk slow so deaf people have a chance to understand their speech. Deaf are alone in crowds. They are isolated at parties. David’s story brings this conundrum alive to its readers.

    Approximately (36 million) American adults report some degree of hearing loss. About 2-3 out of every 1,000 children born in the U S are born deaf or hard-of-hearing. The National Institute on Health estimates that approximately 15 percent (26 million) of Americans between the ages of 20 and 69 have high frequency hearing loss due to exposure to loud sounds or noise at work or in leisure activities. There are 4,000 new cases of sudden deafness occur each year in the United States. Yet deafness is the only disabilty where people get mad at the deaf