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Hr1 Joe read "fan" mail...
Refugees complain about lack of amenities in emergency camps! Maybe they'd like to go back home and see how ISIS treats them? How quickly they forget. Ingrates.
Have your kids told you about their school's ALICE drills yet? Prepping for active shooter situations. Are they having them?
Hr2 If it's really about women's healthcare, why can't approve the $500 million budget line item toward different women's healthcare facilities? Because it's all about Planned Parenthood... not women.
Andrea Nelson, from the Clover Agency, joins Joe to discuss recent news events that you probably won't hear anywhere else.
Can you still be blessed if you steal Pope Francis' water glass to drink from it? Because anything he touched becomes blessed. Confused PA Congressman.
What 8-10 yr-old girls do with period pads on Barbie/Lammily doll. Not age relevant. Plus, no woman ever referred to her period as a Period Party!
Millennials are less resilient and more sensitive than previous generations. Doesn't translate well in the workplace. People raised to think they're perfect don't handle failure well. Failure is key to success.
Hr3 Male body part "prosthetics" for transgenders as young a 4 years old? Not joking.
The next "rights" battle... pedophilia.
ISIS jihadists toss 9 more gay men and a boy off a roof and then stone them for good measure. Is this a headline in the US yet? Why not?!
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?
Is your body letting you down? Are you tired of moving heaven and earth to support that bag of chemicals and water? Do you wish you could enhance your senses or even add new capabilities to your existing body? While this used to be the realm of science fiction only a few years ago, current and upcoming technology allows you to repair, replace or enhance that old bag of bones here and now. In this week's episode of Working the Web to Win we will show you the latest tehnologies that are being used to repair, replace or enhance human beings. We will also introduce you to a new cult of bio-hackers that are willing to undergo painful medical procedures to take the cyborg plunge and bio-hack their way to a better life.
Lee Grimes is a well sought after artist with 90 + Film & TV series credits, Lee still enjoys the art of makeup and special makeup effects. The profession has taken him as far away as Istanbul, Turkey, London and all around the country. You can can see his work on the upcoming Walt Before Mickey,The Hungar Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 and Frank and Cindy. In 2011 Lee was referred to by KNB FX Group to travel with Lady Gaga for a 5 city leg of her Monster Ball Tour applying her "Born this Way" prosthetics. Also that year Lee worked on "Oz the Great and Powerful" headed by Howard Berger of KNB FX.In 2003 Lee got the opportunity to Department Head the Makeup for "Monster", the project that afforded Charlize Theron's an Oscar for her performance, Charlize makeup was done by the talented Toni G. while Lee did the makeup for Christina Ricci and the rest of the cast.Some of Lee's more recent work can be seen on AMC's "The Walking Dead" headed by Greg Nicotero. HBO's "True Detective", "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay", "Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters", "The Butler", "Grown Ups 2" and "Pain and Gain". He did "Salem" working with the oscar winning makeup artist Matthew Mungle of W.M.Creations. Lee has also worked with Michelle Williams, Jane Fonda, Selena Gomez, Lady Gaga, Paul Giamatti, Shia LaBeouf, Ben Foster and Justin Timberlake to name a few. We will discuss 1. Being a special effects makeup artist is more than just blood and guts 2. The process of applying old age makeup 3. What's in your makeup kit and what should be. You can email your questions to email@example.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film
In 1991 we started had ImplantableMedicalDevices; PaceMakers and defibrillators. Creations that supplement the heart by artificial means. Soon after that, we developed forms of prosthetics that gave way to artificial limbs. Bionics became the next step in this invasive technological growth. Allowing various versions of body parts to be made that would, yet again, supplement the human body. Mind-to-body microchips that create a response from neurons to receivers. Recently, an operation was carried where they transplanted not only the head of a monkey, but also the head of a man onto a new body. These are things we're capable today. Who's to say we're not capable of creating a synthetic body, compatible with an exterior natural form? These are marvelous technologies nonetheless, but they enhance the 'Human Condition' and right now our whole planet is in a turmoil. What happens when requirements of Life-Extension technologies are the norm for service? An immortal Frankenstein like arm, patched together by various technologies to sustain what we call 'life'.For now, our natural bodies can handle the Pre-Human world; This is Earth 1, the original design. What's happening now, with the pollution of our air, the toxification of our food and the modification of our genetics, is that we are being aggressively converted. As radical as the notion sounds, explain animals growing extra appendages after eating GMO food after a two year process, or children being irradiated and malformed after a town is shot up with Uranium? These are lasting effects on our planet that won't end in our life time. These are artificial evolutions that require synthetic solutions, and because of this we are evolving. And if we're not being resuscitated by AutomaticInternalDefibrillators. We are being soft killed by these man-made poisons, and their solutions are more chemicals with the involvement of technology.
2014 Academy Award winner and Hollywood Make-Up Artist and Hairstylist Guild Award Winner Robin Mathews received these honors for the film Dallas Buyers Club in which she showed actors, Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto, physically progressing through the various stages of dying from AIDS. Mathews had previously worked with McConaughey as the make-up department head on Lee Daniels’ The Paperboy, where she gained international recognition for transforming the actor through use of facial prosthetics and was also praised for a stunning metamorphosis of Nicole Kidman, who earned Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Award nominations for her performance.Ms. Mathews most recently teamed again with Dallas Buyers Club director Jean-Mark Valle’ to shoot
the film adaptation of Wild, the bestselling book and true story of author Cheryl Strayed’s trek along the Pacific Crest Trail, starring Reese Witherspoon. Ms. Mathews alternates working as a make-up department head on feature films – both studio and
independent – with assignments as a personal make-up artist for actors. She came to prominence in the film industry courtesy of director Sean Penn, who hired her as his make-up department head on Into the Wild, starring Emile Hirsch and Academy Award nominee Hal Holbrook. Ms. Mathews, a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles. However, her aptitude for make-up and her affinity for prosthetics and special make-up effects work led to a career shift. She honed her skills for more than seven years creating over 30 full facial prosthetics daily for Six Flags Magic Mountain’s annual Fright Fest. Work in film and television soon followed, as she expanded her expertise into beauty, grooming, and period detail. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Lee Grimes is a well sought after artist with 85+ Film & TV series credits, Lee still enjoys the art of makeup and special makeup effects. The profession has taken him as far away as Istanbul, Turkey, London and all around the country. In 2011 Lee was referred to by KNB FX Group to travel with Lady Gaga for a 5 city leg of her Monster Ball Tour applying her "Born this Way" prosthetics. Also that year Lee worked on "Oz the Great and Powerful" headed by Howard Berger of KNB FX.In 2003 Lee got the opportunity to Department Head the Makeup for "Monster", the project that afforded Charlize Theron's an Oscar for her performance, Charlize makeup was done by the talented Toni G. while Lee did the makeup for Christina Ricci and the rest of the cast.Some of Lee's more recent work can be seen on AMC's "The Walking Dead" headed by Greg Nicotero. HBO's "True Detective", "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay", "Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters", "The Butler", "Grown Ups 2" and "Pain and Gain". The new year will start off with Lee returning to WGN's popular new series "Salem" working with the oscar winning makeup artist Matthew Mungle of W.M.Creations. Lee has also worked with Michelle Williams, Jane Fonda, Selena Gomez, Lady Gaga, Jenna Elfman, Rene Russo, Paul Giamatti, Taylor Lautner, Jon Voight, Shia LaBeouf, Ben Foster, Ving Rhames, Lenny Kravitz, Henry Winkler, Bruce Dern, Don Cheadle, Andy Sandburg, Oliver Platt, Billy Campbell, Roy Schneider and Justin Timberlake to name a few.You can email your questions to email@example.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Cosmic Vision News – 26DEC14 - Show Summary With Links
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1. (01:07) CHINA MAKES MOVES TO REPLACE IMF/WORLD BANK.
2. (11:45) UKRAINE MOVES CLOSER TO NATO ALIGNMENT.
3.(18:24) WIKILEAKS: CIA GUIDE FOR INFILTRATING EUROPE.
4.(22:08) POPE FRANCIS SLAMS VATICAN CURIA IN CHRISTMAS MESSAGE.
5. (26:23) BLACK SWANS: RUSSIA HOLDING ALL THE CARDS FOR CHANGE.
6. (42:02) MUSIC INDUSTRY CORRUPTION: EVERYTHING BASICALLY A ‘SCAM’.
7. (52:44) MARS METHANE: FURTHER SOFT DISCLOSURE INVOLVING RED PLANET.
8. (58:54) TECH: DOUBLE AMPUTEE RECEIVES MIND-CONTROLLED PROSTHETICS.
9. (65:48) HEALTH: SCHOOL IN NORTHERN SWEDEN IMPLEMENTS LIGHT THERAPY FOR SEASONAL DARKNESS.
10. (72:41) ANNOUNCEMENT
11. (76:48) FINAL WORDS
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"No legs? No problem!" Ever since Blake Leeper was a child, he’s been determined to be a star athlete. Growing up playing basketball and baseball, he competed on his high school’s varsity basketball team. Now he's on a Wheaties Box!
Blake is a bilateral below-the-knee amputee and has been using prosthetics since the age of nine. TODAY on BOLD, he tells LeGrande. “I find my strength beyond disability. It's a place my family has always encourage me to manifest. I look at myself as differently abled.”
Since receiving his running legs, Blake has been unstoppable. He has chosen track & field as his sport of choice because he loves to run and enjoys competing in a sport that ia extremely intense and competitive.Being a member of Team USA is an honor to Blake. He says, “It gives me a sense of importance, and a chance to compete and to be a competitor.”
Blake is currently training to qualify to compete at the 2012 Paralympic Games in
Every dog is special, but some people are lucky enough to have dogs that in some way touch the hearts of everyone. In this show you will meet three people who have or have worked with such dogs. Before our feature guests, Dr. Jason Nicholas will give us some pet safety tips for the holidays.
Our first feature guest is Eric Ristau, the producer and director of the new documentary film, Sit Stay Ride: The Story of America's Sidecar Dogs. This film tells the stories of several people who travel on motorcycles with their dog in a side car such as the man confined to a wheel chair, and the senior dog with health issues that has new energy for life when riding in the sidecar and feeling the open air blowing in his face and bringing a steady stream of new smells and sensations.
Next you will meet Madalyn Ruggiero, who will share with us the legacy of her dog Denali who fell to nasal cancer but lived every day to the fullest spreading joy and love. It is not a story of sorrow, but one of hope.
Lastly, you will meet Richard Nash and Hudson the Railroad Puppy, who was found nailed to railroad tracks and is now living a happy life with a prosthetic leg and working as a therapy dog for children with prosthetics.
If you love dogs and the special bond they have with us, don't miss these stories. It is guaranteed to put a smile on your face and a desire to hug your dog!
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Growing up in Los Angeles, California and having a father in the film industry helped encourage Howard towards a life of a special makeup effects artist. He started becoming serious about this career when he met his idol, the legendary Stan Winston, when he was 13 years old. Stan took him under his wing and encouraged him to be an up-and-coming artisan. Stressing the importance of education, Winston promised to hire Berger after high school with the understanding he maintain high grades and prove his attention to detail. Winston lived up to his promise and hired Berger at 18 years old to work on PREDATOR, PUMPKINHEAD and ALIENS. In 1988 KNB EFX Group, Inc. was co-founded by Howard and Gregory Nicotero and over the past 24 years, they have become one of the most prolific Special Make-up Effects studios in Hollywood. Specializing in character prosthetics, animatronics, creatures and replica animals, Howard has over 800 feature film and television credits including INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS, THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA TRILOGY, KILL BILL 1 & 2, SPLICE, THE GREEN MILE, THE PACIFIC, DOLPHIN TALE, FRIGHT NIGHT, SAVAGES to name a few.In 2006 Howard won the Academy Award for Best Make-up for THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE as well as winning a British Academy Award for Best Achievement in Make-up for the film. Howard won an Emmy Award with his team from KNB for Best Prosthetic Makeup for the AMC hit television series THE WALKING DEAD and is Emmy nominated for his work on Bryan Cranston’s prosthetic age makeup for the final season of BREAKING BAD. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
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Empowered Living Radio host Tori Eldridge welcomes frontiersman Gary Edinger, who accidentally severed his leg while alone in the wild in sub-zero temperatures to share wisdom on Survival. Gary is the author of Will to Live: A Saga of Survival. http://garyedinger.com
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In this episode, Emi features an interview with THREE-time Emmy-nominee, Jeremiah Baumbach! They discuss his latest project, the unique, visceral "Reel of Horror" film project! During the interview, Emi and Jeremiah discuss the Horror film genre, the details of the project, as well as all the talented artists working with him on it!
The Reel of Horror is unique in that it’s meant to be a very social experience where audiences can feel free to engage with one another throughout the film. People love to get scared and laugh at other people's fear. The Reel of Horror lets you do both. Since the inception, Baumbach and his crew have worked with a number of local haunted houses in central Florida to produce a film that features a cast of over 60 scare-actors including: clowns, vampires, zombies, ghosts, witches, and freaks. Additional production value comes in elaborate sets, created for these seasonal haunts, which include: an Egyptian tomb, slaughterhouse, saloon, and morgue. A lot of work goes into producing each vignette. Each scene involves costuming, makeup and prosthetics, choreographed camera moves, and post-production special effects.
For more info, be sure to visit: http://www.thereelofhorror.com