• 00:16

    Friday Morning Road Rage Rant: All this "Cops On Citizens" Criming!

    in Current Events

    Just a quick remote podcats on the way to my IRL job. This weekend's shows are already locked in, but this topic needed some airing anyway, so here we go. Do the Cops have the Right To Remain Violent?

  • 00:31

    Talking in Circles: Reviewing the Nationwide Race, and Silly Season

    in Sports

    In this episode of Talking in Circles, Brandon and Clayton discuss the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Talladega in further detail. We hightlight our attaboys, and the racing we saw in the race. We'll also discuss the controversey that took place at the end of that race and whether or not they were tandem drafting. 


    Also on the show, we'll have WorldMotorsports101.com journalist, Mark Eddinger come on the show. He'll discuss with us Juan Pablo Montoya running races for Team Penske in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Mark will talk with us and see if this is going to affect Montoya's season in IRL. Also, we'll discuss with him what he thinks this means for Montoya. Why did he say yes, and does he think there's a future in NASCAR still for Juan. Also, Kurt Busch will be pulling the Memorial Day Double as he runs the Indianpolis 500 and the Coca-Cola 600 in the same day. How will Kurt fair? And does he think more drivers to do this? Will this affect Kurt more than it would a Juan Pablo Montoya? Will Kurt do this next year? And we'll also get Mark's opinions on the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Talladega this weekend, and what he thought of the finish that didn't sit well with fans. 


    Also, Dale Earnhardt, Jr. is getting a new sponsor in 2015. It's a competing sponsor with a teammate. What will this mean for Farmer's Insurance and Kasey Kahne? And how does Nationwide's move change things at Roush Fenway Racing and in the Nationwide Series? What does this move say about those things? Also, Camping World has reupped in the Truck Series through 2022, a big deal for the truck series. 

  • 01:55

    TFV 46 Tasty Morsels

    in Comedy

    Rob and J return with some cray-cray stories. There's the dude who tried to be a hipster but got it wrong. Then there's the woman who tried to blame her speeding tickets on her husband. One problem...he's dead! (Dun dun duuuuun) In less than 20 years, Sigourney Weaver's worst nightmare will come true. No, not a Be Kind Rewind sequel. But Aliens: IRL. For those of you that haven't been paying attention, IRL means In Real Life. The last story is about changing the name of sea turtles. In about a century, they will be known as C Turtles. 


     


    As always, you can chime in by calling (646)668-8350, tweeting us @FlyingVilorias, liking us at www.facebook.com/tfv23 and writing on our wall, or emailing theflyingvilorias@gmail.com

  • 00:29

    Pilot: Say My Name

    in Current Events

    Welcome to Call Your Girlfriend! On this week's agenda: Special IRL circumstances, smug Californians, the Obamacare struggle is real, menstruation clickbait, Beyonce's influence, and drunk online shopping. Plus: What's in a name?

  • 01:00

    ALMS & IRL Preview (Hour 1)

    in Sports

    In this special Edition of The Inside Line, Sports Car writer John Dagys joins us live trackside from Sebring, talking about the day's activities and giving us his predictions on the 2010 American Le Mans Season. In the second hour, Planet-IRL.com IRL Editor Paul Dalbey joins us to talk about the IZOD IndyCar Series and Firestone Indy Lights. Ask your questions to these two by dropping by tinychat.com/theinsideline during the show, or you can e-mail your questions to theinsideline1@gmail.com. See you all Monday evening at 5:00/4:00 pm central!

  • 01:00

    ALMS & IRL Preview (Hour 2)

    in Sports

    In this special Edition of The Inside Line, Sports Car writer John Dagys joins us live trackside from Sebring, talking about the day's activities and giving us his predictions on the 2010 American Le Mans Season. In the second hour, Planet-IRL.com IRL Editor Paul Dalbey joins us to talk about the IZOD IndyCar Series and Firestone Indy Lights. Ask your questions to these two by dropping by tinychat.com/theinsideline during the show, or you can e-mail your questions to theinsideline1@gmail.com. See you all Monday evening at 5:00/4:00 pm central!

  • 00:45

    The WARNing After. TV vs IRL Mysteries Investigations.

    in Paranormal

    A ReCap of Last night's W.A.R.N. Investigation and Continuation of the Topic of the Differences between What you See on TV vs What you can Expect in Real Life.

  • 00:30

    The IRL Race Wrapup Show

    in Sports

    Post Race Report about the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, round 4 of the 2010 IZOD Indycar Series Championship.

  • 00:18

    Sa upptacker du en falsk profil på Facebook

    in Social Networking

    Nätverkande på sociala medier bjuder på många möjligheter men också en del svårihgeter när man ska nätverka med människor som man inte känner och har träffat IRL.
    Här går  Nina Jansdotter igenom några vanliga tänkbara kännetecken på att det är en falsk profil du har stött på på Facebook. 

  • 01:01

    The Empty Nesters: Together Again

    in Lifestyle

    It seems like ages since the Empty Nesters have been together either on the show or IRL (in real life). Catch up on all that's beeen going on either live on Wednesday or in the archives.
     
     
     
     

  • 00:26

    Interview w/John de Vries~Master Distributor for Nutrie

    in Entertainment

    Media Nite Radio welcomes back to the show, John de Vries.  John will be discussing his new venture.  Besides Crust Pizza, John is involved with a new business venture, as the master distributor of Nutrie.
    John started his career in the food and beverage industry as a franchisee with the Subway chain. After his experience with being a franchise owner, John became involved in the franchising side of the Subway business. While John was in Sydney Australia, where he partnered with a group of individuals which owned and operated many fine dining restaurants, he became interested in racing. John became a driver in the Indy Racing League and Australian Formula Holden. He raced in the 2002 IRL season and competed in the first 3 races and arrived but withdrew from the Nazareth Speedway race. He attempted to qualify for the Indianapolis 500 but was not one of the 33 drivers who made the field. He returned to compete in the Chevy 500 at Texas Motor Speedway and logged his best career IRL finish, 11th place which turned out to be his last IRL race. In 2003, John created his own Asian Cuisine franchise.
    John's vast experience has made him a sure fire hit in his next business venture that he has undertaken.
     

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