• 01:56

    Nothing to Lose w special guests Gwen Beatty & Ryan Werner

    in Writing

    Nothing to Lose. Hosted by Brian W. Fugett, Michael D. Goscinski and Michelle L. Quinn.   with special guest co-hosts H. L. NELSON and WALTER BECK...interviews with special guests Ryan Werner and Gwen Beatty.   h. l. nelson is Editor-in-Beef for Cease, Cows mag, Fiction Editor for Black Heart Magazine, and a former sidewalk mannequin. (Yes, that happened.) Pub credits: PANK, Hobart, Connotation Press, Bartleby Snopes, Writer’s Digest, Metazen, Thousand Shades of Gray, Gutter Eloquence, DOGZPLOT, Zygote in My Coffee, Pure Slush, Haiku for Lovers anthology, The Fat City Review, GlassFire, Black-Listed, and BH. h.l.’s MFA is currently kicking her a$$.   Walter Beck is from Avon, IN, for the last seven years, he has been taking the poetry world by storm with his intense verse and outrageous live shows, being banned from several venues for his stage antics. Praised by the underground press and adored by his growing legion of fans, Walter is the new face of the America.   GWEN BEATTY is the Associate Fiction Editor of Cease, Cows. She is a sorority dropout who plays in several fictitious bands that all sound exactly like Cheap Trick. She very recently tasted honey for the first time. You can find her on twitter @gabetwee.   RYAN WERNER. Writer, rocker, janitor. Lover of pro wrestling, p0rn0, and ice cream. Hater of fingerless gloves, pictures of cats, and goodbyes. Ryan is the author of the short story collection Shake Away These Constant Days (Jersey Devil Press 2012) and the chapbook story cycle Murmuration. He runs the small chapbook press Passenger Side Books, is on Twitter @YeahWerner, and has a website named www.RyanWernerWritesStuff.com.   recorded August 23, 2013

  • 02:00

    Nothing To Lose

    in Writing

    Nothing to Lose. Hosted by Brian Fugett, Michael Goscinski and Michelle L. Quinn.   with special guest co-hosts H. L. NELSON and WALTER BECK...interviews with special guests Ryan Werner and Gwen Beatty.   h. l. nelson is Editor-in-Beef for Cease, Cows mag, Fiction Editor for Black Heart Magazine, and a former sidewalk mannequin. (Yes, that happened.) Pub credits: PANK, Hobart, Connotation Press, Bartleby Snopes, Writer’s Digest, Metazen, Thousand Shades of Gray, Gutter Eloquence, DOGZPLOT, Zygote in My Coffee, Pure Slush, Haiku for Lovers anthology, The Fat City Review, GlassFire, Black-Listed, and BH. h.l.’s MFA is currently kicking her a$$.   Walter Beck is from Avon, IN, for the last seven years, he has been taking the poetry world by storm with his intense verse and outrageous live shows, being banned from several venues for his stage antics. Praised by the underground press and adored by his growing legion of fans, Walter is the new face of the America.   RYAN WERNER. Writer, rocker, janitor. Lover of pro wrestling, p0rn0, and ice cream. Hater of fingerless gloves, pictures of cats, and goodbyes. Ryan is the author of the short story collection Shake Away These Constant Days (Jersey Devil Press 2012) and the chapbook story cycle Murmuration. He runs the small chapbook press Passenger Side Books, is on Twitter @YeahWerner, and has a website named www.RyanWernerWritesStuff.com.   Gwen Beatty is Associate Fiction Editor of Cease, Cows. She is a sorority dropout who plays in several fictitious bands that all sound exactly like Cheap Trick. She very recently tasted honey for the first time. You can find her on twitter @gabetwee.

  • 00:59

    Eclectic Offerings: Is your favorite celebrity "not dead'?

    in Entertainment

    Is your favorite celebrity "not dead"? Is that video of the kid dying of cancer looking for postcards real? Just how real is the reality show "Amish Mafia"? Tired of the "this baby needs 1000 Facebook likes"? ShyRosalind presents the top internet hoaxes, and speaks her mind on things happening in the world.

  • 01:30

    More Snopes!

    in Entertainment

    Checking up with the latest urban Legends from Snopes.com

  • 01:30

    More Snopes!

    in Entertainment

    Revisiting snopes.com for more fun with urban legends.

  • 01:00

    More Snopes!

    in Entertainment

    This show will revisit Snopes.com and review some new urban legends. Also local history and news.

  • 00:55

    Airfares So Low, This Website Is Being Sued By Airlines

    in News

    On this episode - Who knew that Snopes.com is run by atheist liberals? Sylvester Stallone's Social Security number posted online in Sony Pictures hack, Senator Charles Schumer asking the Justice Department to investigate why airfares have not dropped with the price of oil, flea market goes bankrupt after feds discover counterfeit purses, new home security system options, buying things offline and reselling on Amazon at higher prices, and Exodus God and Kings opens to mixed reviews from Christians.

  • 01:00

    News of the week

    in Current Events

    News of the week; The ufpj freaks, snopes, obama and notre dame, hillary and Our Lady of Guadalupe, 3 Mile Island REOPENS, plus my report on the meeting of the Massachusetts Group of Patriots For America this afternoon!

  • 01:00

    The O Word - #26

    in Current Events

    Vacation is Over - Water Temperature - Shaving (shaving?) - The Post Turtle on Snopes - The Bailout - Chasing WaMu - To Debate or Not to Debate? - The Political Ten Commandments - Diamondbacks Snatch Defeat From the Jaws of Victory - #26

  • 01:00

    Computers, Windows, and Infections Demystified

    in Family

    In this segment, we discussed basic user education about computers and infections. We talked about how to recognize "phishing" emails, and what (and what *not*) to do when you get them. Sites to avoid. What "the bad guys" can do to (and with) your system. How to check up on those "forward to everyone you know" e-mails you get from friends, family, and co-workers. And, how to check out the vailidity of YouTube videos trying to get you to buy/download anti-virus and anti-spyware programs.

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