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MEN OVER THE YEARS HAVE WANTED TO HAVE THEIR CAKE AND EAT IT TWO,(GET IT TWO OR MAYBE EVEN THREE.)
BUT FAR TOO OFTEN ENDING IN CHAOS AND DISASTER
WELL,QUITE SIMPLY THERE ARE RULES TO THE GAME,AND MOST OF US MEN ONLY OPERATE ON OUR PRIMAL INSTINCTS,
FANTASIES AND FETISHES OVERIDE OUR GOOD SENSES
'' I'M THE MAN!'' FEELS GOOD UNTIL YOU'RE BUSTED ,
NEVER EVER PLAY THE ''GAME '' WITHOUT CERTAIN PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES .
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Dwight Johnson CEO of Total Athlete Our Guest On Play Book Radio
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1989 gave us so many things: Paula Abdul, Micheal Keaton as Batman, and everyone's favorite killer in his very own video game, Friday the 13th for the NES. This horror addition to the Nintendo may give you nightmares, but not in the way you're thinking. Find out just how well Jason's video game debut went on an all new Horror Play Podcast.
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Indie horror games tend to be hit or miss. Is Dream Of The Blood Moon just another Slender knock-off? Or can it stand up on its own? John, Robert, Adam, and Kyle play Dream and determine if this game brings anything unique or new to the horror table. See how it stacks up against the likes of Slender and White Noise on this episode of the Horror Play Podcast.
GPSA / Alabama Prep Our Guest on Play
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I'M POPPA SCOTT, JOIN ME BUILDING STRONGER RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN PARENTS AND CHILDREN. PLUS GREAT INTERVIEWS, NEW AUTHORS, NEW MUSIC, NEW ARTISTS. TONIGHT'S GUEST CHALMETTE JONES; PLAY WRITER, ACTRESS, DIRECTOR.
Moonstar48 asks: How do you go about encouraging a young writer to write? I try and support my daughter as a writer but sometimes I feel like I should do more. Then I feel like I am pushing her to write when she might not want to. What is the line that I shouldn’t cross while giving the most support. 1 thing I know not to do is I have asked to see or read any of her writing without her permission. I wait and let her ask me to read something.
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Jenn Thor is a wife and mother of two teenagers. While her family keeps her busy and vastly entertained, she has the remarkable opportunity to spend her days working toward becoming a published romance author. Jenn is a member of Romance Writers of America and Romance Authors of the Heartland based in Omaha, Nebraska. She spends her Monday nights with her critique group.
TONIGHT'S SHORT TAKE WILL BE ABOUT A SPECIAL PEEVE OF MINE: THE PERILS OF DINING OUT. AND NO, IN THIS SHORT OPINION PIECE I'M NOT COMPLAINING ABOUT THE RESTAURANT OR THE WAIT STAFF. LET'S JUST ASSUME THAT THE FOOD IS EXCELLENT, THE SERVICE IS GREAT AND THE AMBIANCE OF THE LAYOUT AND ACCOUTREMENTS OF THE ESTABLISHMENT ARE SUPERB. WHAT I AM TALKING ABOUT IS THE BEHAVIOR, PRESENTATION AND ATTITUDE OF SOME OF THE DINERS WHO RUIN A NICE EVENING FOR EVERYONE. I KNOW THAT ALL OF US HAVE EXPERIENCED THIS.
SO JUST IMAGINE....A GREAT RESTAURANT FILLED WITH NICE, WELL MANNERED AND PRESENTABLE PEOPLE WHO RECOGNIZE MY RIGHT AND YOURS NOT TO BE THROWN INTO "GRAND CENTRAL STATION AT RUSH HOUR". IF YOU'RE IN A RUSH THERE ARE PLENTY OF DECENT FAMILY ORIENTED FACILITIES THAT MEET YOUR NEEDS AS WELL AS UNTOLD FAST FOOD ESTABLISHMENTS. THERE ARE ALSO MANY PLACES THAT ESPECIALLY CATER TO KIDS, SO CONSIDER THAT AS WELL.
AS RODNEY DANGERFIELD SAID: "I DON'T GET NO RESPECT". YOU NEVER WANT TO LEAVE A GOOD RESTAURANT FEELING THAT WAY.
THE SHOW WILL ACTUALLY START AT 9:02 EASTERN. I HOPE YOU'LL JOIN ME. DINING OUT, JUST ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF THE THINGS WE DO IN LIFE AND LIVING IT.
IMAGINE A WORLD OF UNLIMITED RESOURCES AND MONEY WHERE WE COULD ALL DO AS MUCH AS WE WANT AND USE AS MUCH AS WE WANT WITHOUT EVERY HAVING TO WORRY ABOUT RUNNING OUT OF WHAT WE WANT. I THINK WE'D PROBABLY HAVE TO BE IN HEAVEN TO HAVE SUCH AN OPPORTUNITY BUT, THEN AGAIN, WE OFTEN LIVE TODAY AS IF THINGS ARE UNLIMITED.
FOOD, SUPPLIES, GOVERNMENT SERVICES, CARS, HOMES, LAND AND EVERYTHING ELSE THAT MONEY CAN BUY TODAY IS A SUPPLY AND DEMAND SITUATION. WHEN SUPPLY OUTPACES DEMAND, IT IS EASIER FOR ALL OF US TO GET WHAT WE WANT. WHEN DEMAND IS GREATER, THE OPPOSITE APPLIES, YET WE OFTEN LIVE AS IF THERE ARE NO LIMITS UNTIL WE HIT THE BRICK WALL: WE CAN'T AFFORD IT OR WE CAN'T GET IT. AND THE WORST OF IT IS THAT BY THAT POINT WE ARE OUT OF THE ONE ITEM, MONEY, THAT IS NEEDED. THIS APPLIES TO INDIVIDUALS, BUSINESS AND GOVERNMENT.
TONIGHT WE'LL TALK A LITTLE ABOUT FACING REALITY: IN OUR HOMES, SCHOOLS, WORK, GOVERNMENT, CHURCH AND EVEN LEISURE. LET'S TRY TO TAKE CARE OF OUR REAL NEEDS BEFORE WE GO AFTER THE WANTS. IT WILL SAVE US A LOT OF GRIEF AND A LOT OF AGGRAVATION. SEE YOU TONIGHT AT 9 (ET)
Quarantine Radio sits down and talks with Play writer and director Brian Davis. Brian has traveled around the country as a merchandiser for plays put on by Tyler Perry and more. He has also written his own plays that he has put on in cities in NC, GA, and NY. Hear his story as express his passior for the art of entertainment.