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Our first episode features a brief introduction of the three of us.
Our rags this month:
Rachel goes off on the confusion caused by the technology required to send a kid to school.
Duane takes a swing at his fellow environmentalists for selling fear rather than the benefits of being green.
Stacey, fresh off her citizens' police academy experience, takes on the public's misperceptions about cops.
In our final 15 minutes, each of us talk about what we are reading, watching and listening to right now in a segment we call, "the flow".
We want to thank our friend, local freelance guitarist and composer, Jeff Reeder for providing some great original music used throughout this episode. Check him out at JM Furniture Repair and Restoration in Bonner Springs, KS.
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Exposing corruption in Barbados and the month (January, 2016) in review. (1) I am a student at Harrison College. I got into this school because I am bright, but Naked, I am one of the poorest students here. And yes, I have sex with my teachers. I have sex with them on the school premises, in their cars, at their homes and at the beach. Anywhere we can hook up, we do. But believe me Naked, they will be sorry in the future. Why? Because I plan on exposing them to the world. (2) Burned baby: I know of a little baby boy who was burnt in a nursery in Barbados back in August, 2013. He was 8 months old. The nursery he was in was an illegal nursery but people were given the impression that it was legit. Since that little boy was burnt, the nursery closed down and this was a big scene. The owners are people who have money and big friends, up to now nothing has been done lawfully about that little boy because I have been watching and listening very carefully. They lied to the father about how the little baby was burnt. They even made sure the baby’s father was set up and sent to jail for a robbery. I don’t even think that poor man knows what hit him! People who went to give a statement in his defense ended up in jail. That’s Barbados for you — that’s how they work. (3) Peter Harris and the people of Barbados' concerns about him. Etc. Etc.
On today's FARcast, we'll look at the revolutionary landscape that is the month of February and Aquarius. In the aftermath of the Iowa Caucus, the results are in and they aren't pretty. From Ted Cruz's lies, to the voter machine manipulation, to the whispers and murmurs of what's lurking in Marco Rubio's closet, we'll dish the electoral dirt. We'll also have a look at Obama's visit to a mosque in Baltimore and how it relates to Islam, and the sign of Aquarius.
Lastly, we'll catch up on the latest news regarding the Zika virus.
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This week, Michael Pietsch and Tom Bissell talk about David Foster Wallace’s “Infinite Jest”; Alexandra Alter has news from the publishing world; Chris Jennings discusses “Paradise Now”; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.
This week, Bill Bryson talks about “The Road to Little Dribbling”; Jennifer Schuessler has news from the literary world; Molly Young discusses new books about productivity; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.
This week, Brent Staples discusses “The Defender” and the history of the black press; Alexandra Alter has news from the publishing world; Maria Konnikova talks about “The Confidence Game”; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.
This week, editors at the Book Review discuss the year’s best books; Alexandra Alter has news from the literary world; Matthew Schneier discusses facial hair and a treatise on men’s style; Bee Wilson talks about “First Bite”; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.
This week, Ben Rawlence discusses “City of Thorns”; Alexandra Alter has news from the literary world; Janice Y. K. Lee talks about “The Expatriates”; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.
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Of course we will also give background history of Carter G Woodson, creator of Black history week which evolved into what we know now as Black history month.
We will also go over the Black Panther 10 Point Program, the RBG Code of Conduct, & the NOI what the Muslims want.
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This week, Heather Havrilesky talks about Amy Cuddy’s “Presence” and Shonda Rhimes’s “Year of Yes,” and Michael Ian Black discusses “Navel Gazing.” Pamela Paul is the host.