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Jim Beaver and the Down & Dirty Radio Show are bringing you a show filled with legends today. Kicking things off is skateboarding legend and rallcross racer Bucky Lasek. Following Bucky will be reigning North American Rally Champion David Higgins. Later in the show we will have Marty Fiolka calling in to give us some of the latest off-road news, and we will have full coverage of the Stadium Super Trucks Triple Header, LOORRS from Las Vegas, GRC from LA, Terracross, WRX, SNORE as well as the latest news from off-road and action motorsports. #GameOn
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"I was on the cover Skateboard Canada at 18, met the president of Tahiti at 23, traveled the world and had a six-figure salary by the time I was 25…. And I was completely miserable."
So excited to have Sean Michael Hayes on our podcast! Hayes is the author of Five Weeks in the Amazon, A backpackers journey: life in the Rainforest, Ayahuasca, and a Peruvian shaman's ancient diet.
Sean Michael Hayes was born and raised in Vancouver, Canada. In his younger years he was a professional skateboarder and broke lots of bones. This is what brought him to America, where he now lives in Encinitas, CA. He likes to head out into the world on solo backpacking adventures, and when he’s not coaching younger professionals skateboarders he’s doing something like diving with great white sharks in South Africa or living with a shaman in the Peruvian Jungle.
We will be talking to Sean about his incredible journey of healing, self discovery, and the pursuit to life's biggest questions. To connect with Sean his name is @canadianhayes on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, Canadianhayes.com,
Guest Terry Kennedy, commonly known as TK, is a professional skateboarder. He rides his skateboard with a regular footed stance. He is the Co-Founder of Fly Society, a clothing and music brand. Guest Shannon Boodram is a TV personality who specializes in sex and love.She is the recipient of Rogers TV’s national Impression Award for best On-Air Personality. She is a writer, best known for her bestseller, LAID: Young People’s Experiences with Sex in an Easy-Access Culture
This weeks show we are going to talk about our Firsts! What we remember from growing up and in our Teens, 20s, and current 30s? What are your Firsts? Kiss, Girlfriend, Car, Bike, Scooter, skateboard, and etc. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and Instagram. Call in Monday night at 8pm pst 646-929-0936. Any comments or concerns please contact our HR department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What do the Back to the Future movies tell us about the year 2015? They tell us that we will still be using fax machines, that we will have desktop fusion devices, that movies will be full 3-D and immersive with no need for glasses, and -- most importantly -- that the skateboard will have evolved into a the magical, amazing Hoverboard. One item on the list has captured the popular imagination. And people are working on making it happen.
What is it that makes some far-fetched-sounding ideas about the future achievable goals, while others remain interesting, but remote, possibilities? Hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon explore this question, and apply it to such widely divergent future technologies as:
Human Cyborgs (also here) -- do you want to be Robocop or the Six Million Dollar Man?
The ever-popular flying car -- a technology that keeps being "invented," and yet somehow remains elusive.
The ambulance drone -- who saw that one coming?
...as well as other technologies. Which of these will capture the imagination the way the hoverboard has? And which will remain elusive and remote possibilities?
Tune in and explore.
My guest this week is Chris Koch. Chris was born without legs or arms, yet his contagious can-do attitude, heart and spirit doesn't prevent him from going after his dreams, whether it's traveling solo across Europe with just a skateboard and backpack, swimming the Amazon or snowboarding down the Canadian Rockies. We'll talk about not letting fear or self doubt interfere with our goals and dreams, how to stay positive, the goodness of people, the importance of humor, never giving up, and Chris will share a special message for the world.
Chris was featured on Oprah Winfrey's OWN's Super Soul Sunday series:
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Join host Graham Dewyea for The Brilliance Within as he discusses and explores with guests the unfoldment and realization of our greatest potential as humans.
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Another Tuesday night with ya boy Az-Iz on the 1s and 2s with special guest Keyz 2 Da Game. We will be spinning plenty of hot indie music from our represented indie artists as well as an interview with Keyz. We will be discussing what it takes to make it as an independent artist as well as his skateboard company, his Keyz2DaGame gear, his 2014 indie music awards, his upcoming projects, and his hometown, Shreveport, LA. This is gonna be an awesome show, you do NOT want to miss it, trust me! SNOWDAT ... Real Talk After Dark Radio BAYBEEEE
On this Friday we present to you The RANT! Today we have special guest David Bersh who is a Pro/Am Skateboarder here to talk with us about his carrer and his life skating! If you are a skater and want to call and talk with David please dial in at (215) 383-3971. This show is **30 minutes in duration** Please like us on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/INSOMNIACRadioNET
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Did you know that the Washington Metropolitan area is a buzzin' hub for skateboarders? Dude, I didn't but our awesome guest today is Jimmy Pelletier and he is a skatebarder by trade.
In the past, allowing chidlren with special needs to skateboard seemed "sooo wrong", but actually, they can shred with the best now thanks to the work of Jimmy and his skateboarding buds.
Born on November 20th, 1971 in Washington DC. Skateboarding was introduced to Jimmy by his sister at age 5 in 1976. He learned on a plastic board on the streets of Columbia Pike. Later, his new found obsession with the skateboarding took on different manifestations; as consumer video recording became more accessible, Pelletier began documenting the burgeoning scene in and around the Washington area. In 1987 he discovered Freedom Plaza: Pulaski Park, a "marble block of heaven" as he called it. While still illegal to skate there, the park became the center of an emerging movement that has grown to include parks in and around the Arlington area.
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