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  • 01:16

    MCM Radio: Tennessee Titans Roller Coaster Leaves The Station

    in Sports

    MCM Radio goes live tonight at 8:00 Central tonight, and we'll be joined by guest Greg Arias! We'll be discussing the Titans' first preseason game against the Atlanta Falcons, then we'll take a look at what we expect to happen when the Moustache himself returns to Nashville.

    Tune in live at 8:00 sharp, and be sure to join into the chatroom fun. Once the show's over, be sure to download the podcast version via iTunes to get the exclusive bonus time talk!

    MCM Radio is the official podcast of Music City Miracles.

  • 00:29


    in Legal

    WEIRD AND WACKY LAWS - The Sequel 
    © Cynthia Crofoot Rignanese                           

    This fun, 30-minute show will focus on the ridiculous, outdated and just almost-too-funny-to-be-true laws that exist in the US. Hear about fun legal trivia that’s perfect for a water-cooler conversation or to stump your friends!

    Find out what state these are true in:

    Boogers may not be flicked into the wind.
    Bear wrestling matches are prohibited.
    It is illegal to impersonate a person of the clergy.
    Putting salt on a railroad track may be punishable by death.
    It is legal to drive the wrong way down a one-way street if you have a lantern attached to the front of your automobile.
    It is considered an offense to open an umbrella on a street, for fear of spooking horses.
    It is illegal to sell peanuts after sundown on Wednesday.
    It is illegal for a driver to be blindfolded while operating a vehicle.
    Dominoes may not be played on Sunday.
    It is illegal to wear a fake moustache that causes laughter in church.

    Keep in mind that this radio show is for entertainment... it is not advisable using the mentioned laws as evidence in court, unless you'd like the judge to laugh you into jail!

    The Presenter is “LADY LAWYER LIVE,” Cynthia Rignanese. Ms. Rignanese has been practicing law in Winter Haven, Central Florida since 1990. Her practice focuses on estate planning, business, corporate and real property law. She can be reached live on the air. Following the show, her office number is 863/294-1114.

  • 02:45

    Famous cases 4modern conspiracy: rabbit-/sinkhole? - It wasn't the moustache 9

    in Politics

    Today we tackle the "weirdest", most "outrageous", "silly" claim of all, by some standards. We move from a rumour to evidence (marshalled material for our consideration) -- hoax claim or a real hoax on us? How would it work? We're into a world of crazy, right? (http://mathisencorollary.blogspot.ca/2014/12/thomas-jefferson-and-immanuel-kant-on.html) Is there a good case for Paul McCartney's real death in 1966 & a current man using the name & a passing resemblance: a double some think "identical"?

    Material evidence is marshalled: "crap"? Should we bother with Paul in our mind, as two people? There is Stalin's body double (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-559234/The-man-Stalins-body-double-finally-tells-story.html) & Saddam Hussein's case (http://twilightpines.com//index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=127&Itemid=5 --- & --- http://www.apfn.net/Messageboard/11-07-06/discussion.cgi.25.html) & Osama bin Laden's case (http://jamesfetzer.blogspot.ca/2012/06/911-have-we-been-bamboozled.html). But those were political. Paul's death is hoax or nothing at all. Right? & now some say all Beatles were replaced, or were evil. It's all too silly. Right? One question leads to others, but for the Paul case alone, there is a very large case presented. It would mean Paul died at 24 1/2, we should be lighting a candle for him & appreciating, critically, the work of a 5th famous Beatle: Beatle Bill Campbell. Odd?


    We do not cover all the evidence put forward. We go into face, movement, some art & motivation considerations & touch on John's drawing of Paul dead. (Correction, the Rotten Apple video mentioned was 85 L not 85 i.)


    Here on Blogtalk: listen without ads (I think) or download, click button (cloud with arrow). For other shows: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/reasoning-and-reorientation

  • 01:55

    Great Moustache Conclusion

    in Family

    A stache will come and go but.....A great Moustache is forever!! Tonight SPS will introduce to you the contestants for the Great Moustache Challenge!! Enough said!! Welcome to the Show!!

  • 00:50

    Episode 20: Mrs. Money Mustache

    in Culture

    We discuss the best moment of the Oscars, 50 Shades of Gray, what's in a name? And the best apps and books for managing your money.

    Reading list 

    Don't change your naaaaaaame || a different perspective

    “Fifty Shades of Grey” is to publishing what Spanx was to the undergarment business

    Mr Money Moustache

    Pound Foolish || The Opposite of Spoiled

    Music list at callyourgirlfriend.com

  • 00:43

    Talking About Kuhli Loaches With William T

    in Pets

    The Kuhli loach, also commonly known as Coolie loach, comes from the Tropical waters of Indonesia, Malaysia, Java and surrounding areas. The Kuhli Loach is eel shaped. Its body colorings are a kind of salmon-pink/yellow with dark brown to black stripes that half circles the body. The stomach is a sort of a whitish colour. The eyes on the Kuhli Loach are set in one of the stripes and therefore not easily seen. The mouth is set at a downward angle and with 3 pairs of bushy barbels adorning it; it looks like it has an obstinate little moustache. Its fins are translucent.

  • 01:56

    The Sports Narrative Thanksgiving Eve Special

    in Sports

    A very Happy Thanksgiving to all of you who have stumbled upon and support The Sports Narrative Radio Show! We give thanks for you and hope to provide you with 2 great hours of entertainment on sports and all that implies. On this week's episode:

    - We discuss the big weekend in the NFL including some snowy affairs, an impressive Cowboys comeback and a more impressive catch, the debacle that is the New York Jets and a special look back at the most memorable Cowboys Thanksgiving Day game in my memory

    - After a fairly lackluster weekend in college football, we gear up for the stretch run previewing a must-rout game for TCU, more records set for rushing and the playoff voting committee.

    - Mick's Pub is always a great stop for a thanksgiving pint. This week Mick spins yarns about any number of topics and then reacts to the headlines of the day in the infamous Ride The Lightning segment

    - The Hot Stove is sizzling in Major League Baseball as the Red Sox open up their wallets and more. Mr Feltman and Mr Copening bring you all the latest news and comments

    - Finally, we conclude with our catch-all notes segment including the Dallas Stars winning with a new moustache, the Mavs scoring but not defending, running an iron-man and more

    All that and your calls at (347) 308-8637

    So grab some spiked cider and cozy up with us LIVE Wed Nov 26th from 830-1030 CST or anytime after on Itunes (search The Sports Narrative under podcasts) or at www.thesportsnarrative.com

  • 02:59


    in Comedy

    Today On The Boochcast, Booch is once again on a solo adventure as he talks about becoming a Human Lottery Ticket, Comedians performing in Atlanta,  A Million Ways To Die In The West, Recaps NXT, talks to Jerry Truman about Vegas plans and With Nevada, same-sex marriage legal in more than half the states; W.Va. next, Chelsea Handler Reveals Which Celebrities She 'Hated' Talking To On Her Show, Comedian Jan Hooks Dies At Age 57, Green Day, Nine Inch Nails, N.W.A. Among Rock Hall Nominees, and 5 Ways To Stop Your Ideas Being Stolen. 


  • 02:04


    in Music

    Born Emmit Ellis, Jr. in Homer, Louisiana, Rush was the son of Ellis Sr. and Mattie Ellis. His father was a pastor whose guitar and harmonica playing provided early musical influences. As a young child he began experimenting with music using a sugar-cane syrup-bucket and a broom-wire diddley bow. Around 1946, he and the family moved to Pine Bluff, Arkansas where his father took on the pastorate of a church. It was here that Rush would become friends with Elmore James, slide-player Boyd Gilmore (Elmore's cousin), and piano-player Moose John Walker; eventually forming a band to support his singing, as well as harp and guitar playing.

    Still a teen, Rush donned a fake moustache to play in local juke joints with the band fascinated by enthusiasm of the crowds. His family relocated to Chicago in 1953 where he became part of the local blues scene in the following decade.

    It was in the early 1970s that his self-penned "Chicken Heads" cracked the Billboard R&B chart on Galaxy, after being picked up from a small label started by former Vee Jay Records producer, Calvin Carter (#34, 1971). He later recorded with leading black music label, Philadelphia International, releasing his first album, Rush Hour produced by Leon Huff, with one track, I Wanna Do The Do also charting in 1979 .

    In the early 1980s, he moved to Jackson, Mississippi, where he recorded a series of records for the LaJam label, Malaco's Waldoxy imprint, and in 2003, his own Deep Rush label with partner Greg Preston, a former Malaco Records executive. 2004's FolkFunk was a return to a more rootsier sound, featuring guitarist Alvin Youngblood Hart. He appeared in the film, The Road to Memphis which is part of the series The Blues, produced by Martin Scorsese. Rush was also a judge for the second annual Independent Music Awards to support independent artists' career

  • 00:22

    DDIJ's St Patty's Day Bash Live at Marley's Gotham Grill!!

    in Fun

    Join us Live Sunday March 16th as we broadcast live from Marley's Gotham Grill right after the Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade in Hackettstown NJ! Featuring our guests The NJ Beard and Mustache Club..Ron Swanson would be proud! Also on air we will have drunk patrons compete in ridiculous contests for drinks! Also Drinking Games, Salute to the Greatest Drunk of all time Andre the Giant and much more!!! This will be the craziest show yet so Tune in and Drink on!

  • 01:16

    The duPont Talks: A Conversation with NPR Planet Money's Alex Blumberg

    in News

    Join Alex Blumberg from NPR's Planet Money's to talk about how he decided to become a t-shirt manufacturer and then tell brilliant multimedia stories about how it is done in Planet Money Makes a T-Shirt. Hear what he has been up to since he won a 2009 duPont Award for The Giant Pool of Money. Alex is a contributing editor for NPR's Planet Money, a producer for This American Life, and served as the executive producer of the television version of This American Life which aired on Showtime.
    Ask him questions about where the business is going, and why video of a cat with a moustache will always get more hits online than the most incredible audio story ever told. One lucky listener might even win one of the sold out t-shirts from the series.

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