• 01:30

    UJR Presents: Our MoFo Marty Stouffer!

    in Environment

    That's right, get excited...the man is back on UrbanJunglesRadio!
    Listen as Danny & Andy tingle with delight at the return of reknown Wildlife Documentary Producer Marty Stouffer, creator of "Wild America"
    Marty never disappoints when he visits UrbanJunglesRadio so sit back relax and plan on having your mind blown!

  • 02:02

    Marty Rosenblatt, M.S.~Associative Remote Viewer & Analyst/Judge

    in Paranormal

    Marty Rosenblatt


    Marty Rosenblatt’s focus at APP is to attract more people and groups to work with APP, and to act as Group Manager for several APP groups. He is both an Associative Remote Viewer (ARVer) and Analyst/Judge (AJer), applying the 1ARV protocol. Marty, is an expert on the science of precognition and its various protocols. Marty, may be the foresmost authority on all things related to precognition.


    Marty is also President of Physics Intuition Applications, which he founded in 1998 to apply Remote Viewing (RV) to predicting stock market and sporting event outcomes; he writes the online magazine, "Connections Through Time". Marty teaches financial and sports precognitive application workshops with other experienced experts from the Remote Viewing community, including Russell Targ, Skip Atwater, Stephan Schwartz and Paul Elder. Marty has a M.S. in physics from UCLA.


    From Marty," My vision is for a world society where precognition is applied as a practical and educational tool that which eventually becomes commonplace as human beings consciously adjust to being non-local and having immense potentials. Potentials that is so much greater than we now accept as the current state of consciousness. I believe we can evolve into infinite consciousness. The work we do at the Applied Precognition Project gives us glimpses of this".

  • 01:55

    The Big Perm Show #49 - Richard Bertrand , Derek Loffer & Marty Wombacher

    in MMA

    Joining us this Sunday night at 8:15pm CST will be the " Busiest Judge of the UFC ", Mr Richard Bertrand. Though he worked fewer UFC events than many judges on the list of the " Busiest Judges of 2014 ", judge Richard Bertrand ended the year on top with 41 decisions rendered.

    Then at 9:00pm CST we'll chat with Bellator MMA veteran, Derek Loffer. Derek takes on another Bellator MMA veteran, Rick Hawn, at CES MMA on March 13th. You can catch the fight live on AXS TV.

    At 9:30pm CST it's " The Marty Monologues: Kinda Like The Vagina Monologues But With A Real Dick. " featuring Marty Wombacher of the wildly popular blog MeanWhileBackInPeoria.com. Each week Marty joins us and lays upon us the linguistic stylings and knowledge that can only come from years of great experience!

  • 01:17

    A BROKE MANS GUIDE TO SAVING & INVESTING.

    in Self Help

    Before you take that tax check and trick it off,let our money man Marty Nickison show you how to take a portion of that money and invest it in REAL STOCKS that will help build your future...It can be done.Let Marty show you how.

  • 00:22

    Boxing Champion, Fitness Coach and Trainer Marty P. Hill

    in Fitness

    Marty P. Hill USA Boxing Certified Trainer & Fitness Coach decided to leave corporate america in 2009 to pursue his passion of boxing and by helping others get into shape by enjoying the same passion.


    Marty is a Level 2 USA Boxing Coach and currently compete in Masters Division Amatuer Boxing. Having won titles at 175lbs in the following tournaments and have coached several tournament champions and competitors! 2014 175lb Champion, Gleasons Masters Tournament Brooklyn, NYC,2012 175lb Champion,  Ringside Nationals Tournament, Kansas City, Mizz2011 175 lb Champion, First Annual Ringside Nationals Masters Champion, Kansas City, Mizz. Learn more by visiting him online and on Facebook. 

  • 00:46

    Episode 60: Interview with Author Matthew Iden

    in Writing

    I first learned about Matt Iden via an article picked up by the Passive Voice Blog. I knew the minute I finished reading it that I wanted to talk to him, and I was so right. Matt is down-to-earth and forthright about book publishing, but he's also brilliant in his approach: keep it simple, achievable, and intelligent. It will come as no surprise to anyone familiar with his work that he was recently picked up by Thomas and Mercer, Amazon Publishing's mystery imprint. Matt stopped by the podcast to talk about his mystery series featuring Marty Singer, book marketing, and why we shouldn't pay for reviews.

  • A BROKE MANS GUIDE TO SAVING & INVESTING.

    in Self Help

    Before you take that tax check and trick it off,let our money man Marty Nickison show you how to take a  portion of that your money and invest it REAL STOCKS  that will help build your future...I can be done.Let Marty show you how. Join me 2/25/15@ 8pm EST~Marc Ptah


     

  • 01:12

    Talking Paintball with David REAPER Justin

    in Sports

    Another great show today. We have the Writer Alex Di Marco and Producer Marty Soole of a new Paintball movie called: Speedball the movie. You can call in with your questions. Also, we have our first in studio guest co-host Vincent Conte. Boom Like that. ShootUsoon REAPER 

  • 00:29

    Is Boston Broken?

    in Politics Progressive

    The easy part is the snow, but it hides and reveals much. Underlying the white stuff, the ice, the subzero weeks, what does Boston's ability to manage itself say now and beyond?


    Chums around the country and beyond ask us how we are faring, whether our roof can take it all, and more. We can report good — as in no power outages, we have heat, water, power and internet. Outside that small fence, it's not so good.


    The city's T, as in subway, trolley, commuter rail and bus have been totally shut, then mostly shut, and running only on the few underground lines. Workers, students, shoppers and plain folk are back in previous centuries, at the mercy of the elements. 


    The mayor and governor have avoided blaming each other for various failures, likely knowing there is plenty of shame and naming to share. Yet there will be reckonings, as businesses tabulate many millions of losses, schools calculate federal dollars, required dates, vacations and such, and ordnary citizens wonder whether they can trust Boston to provide basic services.


    This is the big town that won the US bid for the 2024 Winter Olympic Games. Granted blizzards then are extremely unlikely, but what does all of his say of its transportation system? Can students' [parents rely on the city to keep its skeds? If the city can't haul away snow, i9s it ready for more acute emergencies?

  • 01:57

    The Big Perm Show #46 - Chad Freres & Rob Hinds

    in Entertainment

                                                  JOIN US THIS SUNDAY NIGHT @ 8PM CST !!

    Joining us this Sunday at 8:15pm CST will be Chad Freres of Princeville Athletic Performance Center. Then at 8:45pm CST we'll catch up with MMA referee and proprietor of Combat Consulting, Mr Rob Hinds.

    At 9:30pm CST it's " The Marty Monologues: Kinda Like The Vagina Monologues But With A Real Dick. " featuring Marty Wombacher of the wildly popular blog MeanWhileBackInPeoria.com. Each week Marty joins us and lays upon us the linguistic stylings and knowledge that can only come from years of great experience!
     

  • 00:25

    February Boston Update

    in Politics Progressive

    As much as we in Boston and New England consider weather talk a sport, we're tired. In the past 10 days or so, we've had over five feet of snow, with no melting. It's Buffalo/Rochester levels and no longer amusing.


    With closed offices and many emergencies, potential guests here have begged off short-term. Expect some activist City Councilors and likely Boston's Mayor...when we stop being Thunder Bay South. 


    Meanwhile, I'll set the stage with some of the trends and issues. 


    Of course, there'll be more 2024 Summer Games. We've already had a couple of Olympics shows. More are likely. One Councilor, Josh Zakim, is mirroring United Independent Party head Evan Falchuk calling for a referendum on whether Boston should or may host the games. The UIP wants a statewide vote and Zakim a citywide one. The Boston vote would be nonbinding and would be on the November 2015 ballot, when the whole Council is up for election. That really squeezes Mayor Marty Walsh.


    Maybe more fun and only a little less loaded, if you pardon, a topic is the BYOB one from Councilors Steve Murphy and Michelle Wu to allow restaurants without liquor licenses to permit customers to bring their own wine or beer.  Sure, that's common in towns around here as well as in much of the country. I'll provide a little background on our Blue Laws, liquor-license caps, and such exotic counterpoints as South Carolina’s mini-bottle and liquor locker games. Culture and greed collude here.


    Maybe we can get to the failed (so far) effort to start a city commission to foster the interests of Black and Latino men and boys. The Council passed it unanimously and Walsh vetoed it. It already has something comparable for Black women and girls. This isn't over.


     

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