• 00:20

    Retiring from Horror/Sci-Fi. Those changes in life. #77

    in Entertainment

     


    Upon finding out that I have to go in for not one but two possible surgeries involving hospital stay/anesthesia, ..countless of ER visits and countless of tests in the past month, combined with year long drama over subject matters that would even make high-school dropouts seem like geniuses in comparison, I have decided to retire from horror/sci-fi, and pursuing any serious work at least in that part of the industry. I will go elsewhere where I am maybe more appreciated. I still love many people on my pages, I will be in the scene, post, etc, but I also refuse to do shows on blogtalk, that have my haters listen into/talk about/gossip behind my back, and make things even more complicated than they need to be, even when it's not about them. This "keeping tabs bit." Enough.


    The last straw was when i decided to reach out to people privately thinking I could help them or care about them, and they posted my messages all over and laughed about it.  Aside from one small name drop which I agree I shouldn't have done (though it was still private nevertheless), it proved to me how unfortunately, many people in horror and sci fi to a piont are angry, dramatic, high-school (and below) behaving haters and assholes. 


    I am also a grown man with another birthday approaching, and was originally going to 'retire' on new year's to celebrate 5-6 years of guesting/doing podcasts, which has then been pushed back to Halloween.  Now, due to my health issues, I cannot handle doing podcasts anymore, at least hosting them for the time being, AND I'm not a young kid anymore. As a grown, mature man, I have to make decisions, and one of them is do do something more serious and being around people you love. Sadly that isn't always the case, and hasn't been here. 


     

  • 01:31

    BDSIR NETWORKS:Hour of Power in Sports: THE 5TH ANNUAL DOZZY AWARDS YEARS WORST!

    in Entertainment

    Year in and year out we get together to celebrate and admire the best the year had to offer!  2014 was full of awesome and amazing things! The awareness of ALS the retiring of Derek Jeter! Some would say the return of the King to Cleveland! However we lost some of the greatest entertainers to Grace God's earth and as much great they came from this year 2014 was full of some of the worst in entertainment & sports known to man and because of this we celebrate our fifth annual Dozzy Awards!


    Miss the sports talk you and your buddies talk about in the Barbershop or at the gym & bar well look no further then DA-Barbershop!!! For one hour a week join Mike Knoxxx and the crew talking the biggest stories in the week in sports!


    Miss the sports talk you and your buddies talk about in the Barbershop or at the gym & bar well look no further then DA-Barbershop!!! For one hour a week join Mike Knoxxx and the crew talking the biggest stories in the week in sports!


     

  • 02:01

    Superior Educators—Superior Students—Better World, With James Adams

    in Spirituality

    James Adams worked in the Arlington Independent School District (AISD), Arlington, Texas, for 38 years.  He served as a teacher, counselor, and administrator before being named principal at Arlington High School (AHS) in 1993.  Mr. Adams remained at AHS for 15 years before retiring in 2008.  As principal, he led the school through significant changes, including the addition of the freshman class to the high school, building expansions to accommodate the additional 1,000 students, and the implementation of the International Baccalaureate Programme.  He was the Administrator of the Year for the Arlington Texas State Teachers Association and recently has had a new elementary school named after him and his wife—The James & Barbara Adams Elementary School.

    James and Barbara Watson Adams have been married 48 years and both worked for AISD for 38 years and are the parents of two AISD teachers.  They have four granddaughters and one grandson.


     


     

  • 01:31

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 986

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Robert Nelson, a survivor of child sexual abuse who, in spite of being sexually abused by a teacher when in school and dealing with the associated trauma, became an internationally recognized speaker and consultant. When in his late 40s, Nelson began to actively confront his childhood abuse. In addition to seeking therapy, Robert became active on the government affairs front, and he's currently a Member of the Board of Directors at Justice4PAKids. The athletic trainer at Nelson’s high school, a marathon runner, befrended him. Robert was 15 and naturally he felt special. After their run one day, the teacher began the pattern of sexual abuse that would last until Robert's senior year. The man made Robert feel as if he were his friend, that he could trust him. He gave Robert access to his mobile home and let him sleep there in the middle of the day where he had an array of gay magazines. He also gave Robert his sports car to drive, and money. When Robert was 17 the trainer took him to an over night professional conference at a hotel and made him sleep in his room. To this day, the trainer continues to work with children at a Pennsylvania high school. In fact, after retiring at the collegiate level as a head athletic trainer the abuser went back to the high school level as a part-time trainer where he could again be amongst children. Robert has become a passionate anti-abuse advocate, lobbying for statute of limitations reform and for child sexual abuse to be added as an exception to the sovereign immunity defense that shields public officials from being sued. Nelson is a graduate of the Ohio State University with a degree in Criminology and Sociology.

  • 02:29

    Third Rail Radio @RebelutionRadio Joint

    in Culture

    We welcome one of our favorite cats, @meowitude for a frank discussion on race relations and how to move forward.


    is cnyrebel retiring? did he and bekka get married? and will we go golfing come spring?!? the questions answered, vaguely, tonight at 11pm.

  • 00:46

    Living Purposely with Stacy Y Whyte host Coach Almeta Smith

    in Motivation

    AImeta Smith is a Life and Spiritual Coach. She retired with more than 30 years of glorious service in the telecommunications industry, with multiple awards for the many projects that she managed. Upon retiring, Almeta started her own corporation in which she became an acclaimed floral designer and decorator. In addition to all of her endeavors, Almeta has been an active member for more than 27 years, in several self-help groups. She is a major proponent of women’s rights, equality and justice. She has worked diligently with numerous groups and individuals to help them to attain their goals and turn their lives around. She is presently the owner of her own floral design company, Floral Designs by Meta and subsidiary sympathy flowers company, Serenity Gardens Sympathy Flowers and is a Life and Spiritual Coach, mentor, activist, motivational speaker, loud laugher and soon to be published author at her company Acting with Courage Life Coaching.

    She has been empowering women to gain their power to ask for and receive the desire of their hearts. She specializes in helping and motivating women to find and remove the roadblocks from their lives!

  • 01:01

    Philly Pressbox Radio Roundtable with Mike Reichenbach

    in Sports

    Former Eagles "Gang Green" Middle Linebacker Mike Reichenbach joins Jim "Chet" Chesko and Bill Furman tonight to talk Eagles-Seahawks and Eagles-Cowboys. We'll catch up with what Mike has been doing since retiring from the NFL 25 years ago. Mike also gets his turn on the Philly Pressbox Radio Rapid Fire Hotseat. The guys will talk Dick Allens Hall of Fame snub, the 76ers couple of wins this week and the Flyers ongoing struggles scoring goals. They'll have the Eagles trivia question brought to you by Carl's Cards & Collectibles as well. All this and more brought to you by www.shopforkisses.org the online shopping network of the Kisses for Kyle Foundation.  

  • 01:11

    NFL Greats and Pro Bowlers Dick Bielski and Jon Arnett

    in Football

    Jo Bielski joins us....and is bringing her husband Dick Bielski, who has a 30 year NFL career, along for a visit!  Dick played with the University of Maryland, then the Philadelphia Eagles, Dallas Cowboys and Baltimore Colts.  After playing nine years, he continued as an NFL offensive coach.  Jon Arnett, University of Southern California, Los Angeles Rams and Chicago Bears will be here as well.  Both men played in the 1950's, retiring in the 1960's during the era when men like the two of them, Johnny Unitas, Norm Van Brocklin Gino Marchetti, John MacKey, Les Richter (and others you may hear about!) built the foundation of today's football!  These two men haven't spoken with each other since the 1961 Pro Bowl!!  


    Check out Dick Bielsk's careeri at   http://databasefootball.com/players/playerpage.htm?ilkid=BIELSDIC01


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dick_Bielski


    Check out Jon Arnett's career at http://databasefootball.com/players/playerpage.htm?ilkid=ARNETJON01  


     


     


     


     


     


     


     

  • 00:31

    Almeta Smith-Acting With Courage Life Coach

    in Women

    Almeta Smith dynamic personality and hard working mother of two adult children started her life in the Mississippi Delta in a small town in Arkansas.  She attended Arkansas State University and went on to work for a major international telecommunications company.  Almeta worked her way for an entry level position to the title of Area Manager-Advanced Intelligent Network with responsibility for the intelligent networks in seven states, including Texas and California.


    Almeta retired with more than 30 years of glorious service in the telecommunications industry, with multiple awards for the many projects that she managed.  Upon retiring, Almeta started her own corporation in which she became an acclaimed floral designer and decorator.  In addition to all of her endeavors, Almeta has been an active member for more than 27 years, in several self-help groups.  She is a major proponent of women’s rights, equality and justice.  She has worked diligently with numerous groups and individuals to help them to attain their goals and turn their lives around.  She is presently the owner of her own floral design company, Floral Designs by Meta and subsidiary sympathy flowers company, Serenity Gardens Sympathy Flowers and is a Life and Spiritual Coach, mentor, activist, motivational speaker, loud laugher and soon to be published author at her company Acting with Courage Life Coaching.


     

  • 00:07

    A Vibrant Life With Nicole Greer

    in Entrepreneur

    Nicole Greer, PPCC  joins us for the next edition of ON THE DEAN'S LIST.


    Greer is a speaker, trainer, facilitator, and coach on a mission to energize, impact, and influence individuals and organizations to lead vibrantly through engaging the possibilities. She coaches individuals and teams in corporate and non-profit settings by helping them clearly define their mission and vision, set goals, work to develop habits that will lead to exemplary leadership, and understand, motivate and encourage team members for the purpose of enhancing organizational performance and personal fulfillment. Whether she is coaching one on one or in a team environment, Nicole’s purpose is to facilitate movement...significant movement. She holds her partners, which range from teens to retiring Baby Boomers in high esteem and strongly encourages commitment from them as she makes them ask themselves hard questions that inevitably lead to growth.


    We will talk about how to improve ourself, increase our skills and enjoy a more fulfilling life. 

  • 00:30

    Federal Bounty Hunter, Author, Don Hoofard Sr.

    in Politics Conservative

    Bio: I am a retired Texas Peace Officer with over 21 years (1973-1994) as such. I also was a contractor/agent for the FBI and CIA for 10 years (1994-2004) after retiring from active law enforcement. Then I went to work for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (2005-present). My books are based on my life and career as a cop, and then as an contracting federal agent for the federal authorities as an International Bounty Hunter/Assassin, hence the reason I write about my life in fiction. I wish I could do a real bio on myself, but that's totally out of the question. I write a series actually, referred to as the "DANE" novels.


     


    Book one's title,"Dane, a life and time thereof: First Bounty", takes the reader from my age of 12 years through to the end of my first international bounty case.


     


    Book two's title,"Dane: Saigon J.U.M.P.", takes the reader all over southeast Asia going after a bad guy wanted back here in the U.S. It is soon to be released.


     


    This series is a total of 7 books altogether to complete it. Now, I write my books in such a way that they are actually linked to one another. So, if you were to get book 5 to read, it will say things I talked about in previous stories that won't make sense without having the others, one through 4, to better understand what I am talking about in book 5, and so on. It's very hard to write in such a way, believe me, but I found it best if I really want to give the reader the full story of my life and career that has now spaned over 41 years. Actually if you add from age 12 as my books start you have a life put on paper that spans 53 years, and I am currently 61. I'll be 62 in February, 2015. http://www.hoofard.us http://www.amazon.com/authorscircle

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