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Homer Hickam, author of 12 books, all best-sellers, including the acclaimed memoir Rocket Boys which was made into the movie October Sky. His experiments with rockets in high school helped launch both his NASA career and US lunar exploration. Homer is a decorated combat officer. He has been an engineer, a scuba instructor and expert wreck diver. He trained astronauts and designed spacecraft for NASA. He is an amateur paleontologist who has discovered two Tyrannosaurus Rexes. He will be talking with Kelly about the role of entrepreneurs and government with innovation in America and his writing career,
Famous writer Homer Hickam known for his Book/Movie Rocket Boys & October Sky. Now comes A Hellium-3 Novel: Crater It's the 22nd Century. A tough, pioneering people mine the moon for Helium-3 to produce energy for a desperate, war-torn Earth. Sixteen-year old Crater Trueblood loves his job as a Helium-3 miner. But when he finds courage he didn't know he had and saves a fellow miner, his life changes forever. Impressed by his heroism, the owner of the mine orders Crater to undertake a dangerous mission. Crater doubts himself, but he has no choice. He must go. Lady Selah SuJuris, Program Director and part-time Host of Storytellers Campfire will interview Homer about his involments in Science, Industrial Engineering, Aeronautics Engineering activities.
Homer was the original drummer for Sweetie Jones and The Dixie Kats.
Sweetie Jones and his musical backup group, the Dixie Kats, from Macon, GA, was popular in the SE during the mid 50s and early 60s, and he cut several records on several regional labels, including NRCO
We will talk about Homers musical history and whats going on today in Homers life.
Internet Graffiti is back for the Festivus Special! If you're looking to celebrate a holiday that is not Christmas nor Hanukkah or wish to escape the commercial aspects of the Holiday Season, or if you are a fan of Seinfeld, this is the place to be. This broadcast will be on BlogTalkRadio at 11 PM Eastern & the aftershow will be on Spreaker.
During this episode of the episode, Homer Bouvier & his guests will go around the table in the Airing of Grievances & tell each other how much everyone have disappointed them over the past year, they will take callers & invite them to express their disappointment in whoever they wish & join them in random discussions when they run out of callers to pick up on if they choose.
After an hour of both broadcasts on BlogTalkRadio & Spreaker, Homer will choose one guest or caller for the Feats of Strength on Team Fortress 2. This will be streamed live on Steam with a link popping up on his Twitter after the show.
So join us for a great time, enjoy the pole & watch the insanity unfold! It's a Festivus for the rest of us!
Call in at (516) 418-5668 for the first half of the show or call in via the Skype Button, Call in for the full hour & the Spreaker show at (218) 936-4971 & enter PIN # 227528# or you can also add me on Skype: HomerBouvier
Grief. Let's talk about it with hosts Lynda Cheldelin Fell & Angie Cartwright on the Grief Diaries Radio Show. Join Lynda & Angie on Wednesday, September 3, as they hear the sensitive story behind the success of Heavensbook with founder Sandra Homer. Listeners are invited to join the conversation by calling the show's toll free number 855-345-4718 during the live broadcast starting at 6 pm pacific / 9 pm eastern time. Find us at www.griefdiaries.com, on Facebook, and on Twitter!
We're going to try doing episodes on Sundays! If it works out, we'll probably move the shows to Sundays permanently. If not, we'll move back to Saturdays. I'll be asking everyone how they feel about the change tonight.
Also tonight, I'll be asking callers for their opinions on the new Sailor Moon Crystal & Sword Art Online II episodes and even probably discussing Summer Wars which aired on Toonami last night.
I may or may not have a solo host show tonight. It's been awhile since I did a solo radio show without any co-hosts. So expect a very bored Homer & a shorter show if there's no other callers.
Anyway, if you want to call in & discuss Sailor Moon, SAO or General Anime, please call in at (516) 418-5668, click the Skype button or call our alternative phone line at 218-936-4971 & enter PIN 227528#
Tonight, we mourn the loss of Sailor Moon/Usagi Tsukino, Tuxedo Mask/Mamoru Chiba/Prince Endymion & Zekken/Yuuki Konno. Very sad weekend in the anime world. :(
Non the less, we're going to talking about the latest Sailor Moon Crystal episode, talking about Sword Art Online II for the final time as we're moving on to Kill La Kill after the new year & we're discussing the 2014 Trolley Awards, the unofficial successor to the Ghosties! We have the award show next weekend, hopefully joined by PonyToast and other guests! Last show of the year! If you want to vote, go to this page: http://goo.gl/forms/rxIA5W67SP!
If you want to call in, please call in at (516) 418-5668, click the Skype button or call our alternative phone line at 218-936-4971 & enter PIN 227528# I promise we'll have the problem with the alternative line fixed tonight!
Don't forget, everyone is invited to the Internet Graffiti Festivus Special on Tuesday! Details to follow!
We will pick up where we left off with Sweetie Jones and The Dixie Kats . We will be joined by a special guest Jane Darnell who was the singer with Sweetie Jones and the Dixie Kats . She later sang for awhile with Ray McKinley and the Glenn Miller Orchestra. Now she sings patriotic and Christian music.
Captain Frankendread is a homer for certain, and Angus is just a practical mofo.
Hear what they decide is the best narrative of Jay Cutler, the Bear's quarterback.
Yep! It's debate time about Jay and other stuff!
Tune in at Midnight to Duval Street Bar Talk!
Before there was Lil Bub or Grumpy Cat, Homer the Wondercat captured everyones heart, and inspired people to appreciate handicapped pets through Gwen Copper's best selling book, Homer's Odyssey. Homer crossed over months ago, but his legacy lives on brighter than ever before. Gwen Cooper joins us in remembrance of the journey and how it changed her life and continues to inspire others.
If you are fans of our guests and new to Pet Radio, please follow our Facebook page. In order to keep bringing quality guests to the show, we need to show our sponsors people are listening! We are sending a care package to each of our guests favorite shelter.
"Mercury was found when he was about 4 days old (just over 5 ounces in weight, and eyes still shut, born about September 3rd/4th 2013), and we believe he was hit with a weed whacker since people in the neighbourhood had been doing yard work in tall grass shortly before he was found. He was taken to our vet, his wounds were cleaned up, and we were then called to care for him since we do a lot of bottle babies and special needs kitties for rescues. We fed him around the clock, and cleaned his wounds multiple times a day until they fully closed over. As far as bottle babies are concerned, he was actually very calm and content, only crying when he was hungry or wanting a cuddle. He grew well, and from the very start he would move on his own."
Mercury suffered severe injuries and has made remarkable progress. You will hear the heart warming story of raising Mercury.
Phone lines will be open to speak to both guests. For more information about rescue cats, please visit our web site.
Homer Hickam - October Sky was the story of Homer Hickam, the son of a coalminer in Coalwood, West Virginia, who led a group of boys who built rockets. It was about the passion and dreams of youth, and for the real-life Homer, of dreams fulfilled. October Sky was based on Homer's Hickam's autobiographical novel, Rocket Boys: A Memoir, which was a #1 New York Times Best Seller, and is studied in many American and international school systems.Homer joined NASA at Marshall Space Flight Center in 1981 as an aerospace engineer. During his NASA career, he worked in spacecraft design and crew training. Homer is a prolific writer. After his second book, Rocket Boys, his publisher released a mass market paperback of Rocket Boys, re-titled October Sky, which became a New York Times #1 Best Seller.
Homer’s final book about his hometown, Coalwood, was published in 2002, a self help/inspirational tome titled We Are Not Afraid.Website: www.HomerHickam.comDror Ashuah - “It is the grandest time in your history as humans on this planet and nothing you know will stay the same.” With words such as these, Conversation with Angels: And So Be It (Volume I and II) by Dror B. Ashuah contain the transmission of inspirational and “mind-blowing” messages from the angelic dimension, in preparation for an unprecedented time of global change.Dror Ashuah, a former Israeli soldier who participated in battle, a traumatic experience that began an internal transformation, traveled a journey which ultimately led to a profound encounter with energies from a higher frequency; a group of beings who declare their connection with us and their love for us.“The angels tell us that earth is going through a monumental shift,” he writes. “Much of what we assume to be true today is about to change. All of us are about to transform as well; and the angels ask us to get ready.” Official website: www.AndSoBeIt.com
Join Apostle Natalie Young as she host an evening with District 6 County Commission Candidate Homer Leon Hartage: an American businessman, politician and community leader in Central Florida. Homer is the first African American male to serve on the Orange County Commission, Homer Hartage was elected to the Orange County Commission in November 1998 and re-elected to a second four-year term from 2002 to 2006. He served under Senator Mel Martinez, then chairman of the Orange County Commission. Prior to that, Hartage served on the Orange County Board of Zoning Adjustment in 1997, and the Orange County Planning and Zoning Commission as a board member and later as its chairman. Find Candidate Hartage at:
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