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Good day! Today on #DLR we will be speaking abour Subliminal Messages. They are around us everyday and even in our music. Deep huh? Along with that I will be giving you some current events. PLUS!!!! We have an awesome VIP guest for you today, Muhammed the Mortician. Call in and talk to us 646-200-4105 and make sure you join our live chat! Before, during, and after the show use #DLR on all your social media!
This Week My Guest Are Tom Hunting Of Exodus & Patrick,Thomas,Daniel And Alex Of Mortician
The Heavy Metal Mayhem Radio Show! Classic 80's Underground. 'Playing The Best Of All The Rest' Hosted By Mike 'The Big Cheese'
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My “scheduled” guest is Marc Gordon: Singer, Songwriter, Producer, & Co-founder of the Legendary R&B Group LeVert We’ll talk about the original LeVert, and the new LeVert II.
Also, Part 5 of “South Shore Tars For Life”. I continue to keep alive the vibe from the SSH “75” reunion with alumni guests and more interviews from the picnic.
My Alumni guest will be highly accomplished mortician Leon Candy Grey “SSH 75”. We will discuss mortuary science, life itself, and the sensitive human psychological perspective from someone who is consistently confronted with the end results from the violence in our cities.
CARL CREW is an American actor, screenwriter, author, artist and co-proprietor of the North Hollywood nightclub California Institute of Abnormal Arts. He has been called "the P.T. Barnum of Burbank Boulevard" by the LA Times, and in annual press polls by LA Weekly & other journalists his CIA club is consistently voted the most popular and unique nightclub in LA. His chilling & nuanced performance as serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer in the controversial film Jeffrey Dahmer: The Secret Life was critically acclaimed.
Carl grew up in the theater. At 18, he turned his talents to another kind of show and became a mortician. His club contains many freak show attractions. A stuffed Pighuahua, half pig, half Chihuahua. A two-headed baby in a jar. A haunted painting which was stolen on Halloween. And the remarkable mummified Alligator Boy, which Carl, as a mortician, swears is not a fake. Its the mystery of the sideshow, says Carl. The mystery of deformed people. We want to stare. We want to know what makes them different. These pickled and petrified oddities, in the entrance, the bar, the outdoor garden, are but an overture to the unique performances held on the main stage that draw celebrities & curious seekers to the iconic venue. Come one, come all, come just as you are.
CIA 11334 Burbank Blvd., North Hollywood, (818) 221-8065 or https://www.facebook.com/CIAbnormalarts
An Interview with Dr Death, our very own Robbie the Mortician who will speak with us about a host of issues covering everything from Death to current events.
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We not only stay in bad relationships to avoid loneliness, but we initiate relationships as a solution to our loneliness. We get involved with people that we would never date but for the loneliness. I had a friend who once took up with a man who lived in a basement room with no windows, had once been a mortician and admitted to her almost immediately (within 10 minutes) when they met that he has shot someone. This fella was so scary that I asked her to not let him know where I lived. Seriously. I have also watched more than one person get married because they thought they were running out of time to have children or get married; they were scared of lonelines. We tolerate unacceptable behavior from friends, family and partners to abate loneliness.
When you are single and not lonely, it is easier to ignore the external pressures surrounding getting married and enjoy being single. But, when you are single and lonely, it is much harder to lay aside the pressure to be what others expect. It is easier to accept that there is something wrong with you or to feel hopeless because you are not married. If we take no action to address our feelings of loneliness and stay in that head space too long, those feelings can start to drive our decisions.
Feeling loneliness or fear from time to time as a single person is normal. In fact, it is normal for everyone. Problems arise when we make decisions that are designed to provide relief of temporary issues, like loneliness, but ultimately have long-term or permanent negative consequences. The desire for instant gratification, especially in relationships, rarely produces the best results.
Mushing Radio presents Scott Janssen, the Mushin' Mortician.
SHOW NOTES: In the MYTH WARRIORS™ series we are targeting ideas to begin to assess whether they are credible or not. We are warriors fighting to establish clarity between what is accurate and what is simply a myth (or falsehood) in life. All of this is in furtherance of our mission to surpass our goals! In this episode we delve into the somewhat deceptively simple concept of, You Get No More Out of Life Than You Demand.” - Edythe Heslip
Full disclosure, Ms. Edythe Heslip (née Edythe Eulalia Boyd, Anderson Heslip, June 25, 1924 - March 3, 2010) was my paternal grandmother and an incredibly powerful person. She was a businesswoman who took over a prosperous family funeral home that she inherited from her uncle. She managed that business for several more decades (my uncle was the mortician). She was also an educator, teaching elementary school for decades in public school and teaching in Head Start programs after she retired from full time teaching.
She taught me about small business ownership including using SBA loans, real estate investing, and the importance of having a "private banker" (who you would have a relationship at the bank to ensure efficient service and loans when needed). She was one of the most forceful personalities I have ever encountered and she lived vividly, vibrantly and entirely her way. There was not a joke left untold, a dance left uncompleted or a good time missed in her life. I miss her terribly and she shaped much of my perspective and tenacity in life. She always said, "Go for it Girl!" with such certainty that you never doubted what was possible. I used to call her right after every national and international television show I did (she loved to watch me on CNN, MSNBC and FOX News) from the limo and she was the best critic and fan. She insisted th
My special guest Tyrone Muhammad a.k.a.
Muhammad The Mortician joins me today to discuss;
The Naked Truth; THE AFTERMATH OF BEING ABOUT THAT LIFE, SWAG DON'T COUNT FOR NOTHING WHEN YOU LAYING IN A CASKET !!!!!
Bro.Tyrone Muhammad, founder of Morticians That Care, is a mortician and inspirational speaker. His natural energy, passion, high quality, and high lyrical delivery of relevant substance is why he is well sought out by schools, businesses, half-way homes and many more to present keynote speeches.
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