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  • 00:31

    Brad Stoker--BodyFX

    in Business

    ‎Join this discussion and learn how you can take part in a billion $$$ fitness and nutrition with Bob Stoker.   "IT HAS NEVER BEEN DONE" "TRULY A FIRST OF IT'S KIND IN NETWORK MARKETING" "WILL CHANGE HOW COMPANY'S DO BUSINESS" "TELEVISION EXPOSURE EVERYDAY" "PROMOTERS EARNING HUGE INCOMES RIGHT OUT OF THE GATE" 2 minute recorded call 618-355-1511 BODYFX will turn over all their sales from DVD's of their customers to their COACHES creating for the FIRST time a business that helps the field promoter grow their business. These are not everyday leads. These are customers that have already bought half of the system through fitness DVD's and then will be marketed to buy their incredible nutritionals. THOSE CUSTOMERS OF THE DVD'S THAT BUY THE NUTRITIONALS WILL BE ASSIGNED A COACH EVERYTIME... BECOME A COACH WITH ME FOR FREE IN OUR PRELAUNCH AND GET A FREE WEBSITE TO SHARE WITH OTHERS THAT WANT TO BECOME A COACH LIKE YOU....http://bodyfxprelaunch.com/succoach

  • 00:35

    Literary Symposium - Susan Stoker

    in Books

    Dreamers Radio is excited to welcome Susan Stoker, author of Outback Hearts.


    Taken from Susan Stoker's Amazon page:


    "Susan Stoker has a heart as big as the state of Texas where she lives but this all American girl has also spent the last fourteen years living in Missouri, California, Colorado, and Indiana. She is quite the romantic and even met the love of her life on "Hotmail classified" before online dating and sites like match.com even existed!


    Susan has been reading romance novels since middle school and once crossed out the names of the main characters in a book and changed them to her own and to the name of her crush. She's been writing scenes for years, developing her unique writing style.


    Susan loves writing but her true passion is adopting dogs from rescue groups and shelters. Susan and her husband have had a total of nine "rescued" dogs since 2000 including a variety of basset hounds and bloodhounds. She has recently branched out and adopted a basset/terrier mix who acts more like a terrier than a basset (i.e. digging, eating a couch and being hyper). If you love romance and want to help her support adopting great dogs, be sure to check out her work."


    You can find out more about her, keep informed of all her news, and snag a copy of her book at the below links!


    Amazon


    Facebook


    Twitter

  • 01:08

    Episode 42: Stoker, Shadow of a Doubt

    in Movies

    Park Chan-wook’s latest film, Stoker, is our feature review this week as we go back to the main inspiration behind the film, Hitchcock’s Shadow of a Doubt. Also reviewed: Highlander, 3:10 To Yuma.

  • 01:02

    Episode 257: Clausewitz - now more than ever, with Donald Stoker

    in Military

    He is quoted often, correctly and incorrectly, but few have actually read his works in full - and even fewer know much about the man himself, Major General Carl von Clausewitz, Kingdom of Prussia.

    Out guest for the full hour will be Donald Stoker, author of the new book, Clausewitz: His Life and Work. Stoker is a  Professor of Strategy and Policy for the U.S. Naval War College's program at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California.

    His previous book, The Grand Design: Strategy and the U.S. Civil War, won the distinguished Fletcher Pratt award for the best non-fiction Civil War book of 2010. Past winners include Bruce Catton and Shelby Foote.

  • 00:31

    Halloween Treat! Bram Stoker -- Author of Dracula

    in Radio

    Halloween treat -- Bram Stoker, author of Dracula, perhaps the most acclaimed horror novel ever. Born in Dublin in 1847, Bram Stoker published his masterpiece, Dracula, in 1897. The book was a success, and its popularity has grown for over a century. A classic horror novel, Dracula inspired the creation of adaptations such as the 1931 film Dracula, starring Bela Lugosi. Stoker introduced the vampire character of Count Dracula and  tells the story of Dracula's attempt to move from Transylvania to England and the battle between Dracula and a group of men and women led by Professor Abraham Van Helsing. Written in the Victorian era, the novel touches on familiar issues: reason and science vs. religion and superstition, the rise of feminism, race, world domination, and breaking sexual taboos. Stoker did not invent the vampire, but he defined its modern form. Dracula has many supernatural abilities. He has superhuman strength equivalent to 20 men. Like all undead, he is immortal, but he can be killed by traditional vampire methods of wooden stakes, iron and/or steel weapons, wild rose, or holy water. The definitive way to kill him is by decapitating him preceded by impalement through the heart. The Count can defy gravity and has superhuman agility; he can climb upside down vertical surfaces in a reptilian manner. He has powerful hypnotic and telepathic abilities and is able to command animals such as bats and rats. Dracula can manipulate the weather, creating mists to mask his presence. He can take the form of bat, wolf, large dog, or fog. He can vanish and reappear somewhere else. He requires nothing but fresh blood, which rejuvenates him. “The blood is the life!” Dracula has not been out of print since it was published in 1897. After the interview, check out After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live.

  • 01:34

    WRITING CLASS 01 Confessional Poetry Taught by Award Winning Corrine De Winter

    in Spirituality

    CLASS #1: Confessional Poetry. This free 2 hour class will talk about how to write confessional poetry, and takes a look at some of the most popular Confessional Poets of our time: Anne Sexton & Sylvia Plath.


     


    De Winter, a multi award winning author, will guide you through the personal journey of writing your "confessions." 


    Grab a pad of paper, a pen, and tune in.


    Calls will be taken to hear some of the work produced by listeners during the class. We welcome your creations!!


    Corrine De Winter and her work can be found at: www.corrinedewinter.com


    De Winter is the winner of a Bram Stoker Award, Rhysling Award, Madeline Sadin Award, and an award from Triton College of the Arts. Her most recent book "Venus Intervention" has recently been nominated for the upcoming Stoker Awards. 


    She is a member of HWA, Horror Writer's Association. 


     


     


     

  • 01:04

    Unpacking Whiteness: Part 2

    in Pop Culture

    Stoker, kim, and Kevin build upon last week's conversation about unpacking Whiteness. They are joined by guest Mette Lee. Mette, calling in from Copenhagon, Denmark, is a Korean adoptee social entrepreneur, adoptee rights activist, feminist, founding member of Adoptionspolitisk Forum, and a graduate of The Kaospilots. 


    Good times! 


    Songs played



    "Do They Know It's Christmas" - Band Aid
    "Give A Man A Fish" - Arrested Development
    "I'm Happy" - Lee So-ra
    "River of Deceit" - Mad Seasons


     

  • 01:04

    Unpacking Whiteness

    in Pop Culture

    Join Stoker, kim, and Kevin as they discuss their lifelong efforts to unpack the greatest gift of all - Whiteness! 


    Referrenced articles:


    "Unprotected by Assimilation: Lessons from the Case of Duy Ngo"


    “We Are Not Troublemakers!!” : Oblivious anti-blackness and privilege in the Korean adoptee community


    Music: 


    Lynyrd Skynrd - Sweet Home Alabama


    Jane Siberry - Half Angel Half Eagle


    Pet Shop boys - Always On My Mind


     


     


     

  • 01:06

    We Have White Names: Episode 1

    in Pop Culture

    Airing Monday, April 20th:


    Kim Thompson, Stoker, and Kevin Vollmers premiere We Have White Names. In the midst of the banter, they discuss the origins of their White names and the impact the names have had on their lives. 


    Plus, they'll feature three songs:



    "Growing up" - Run River North
    "Ceremony" - Joy Division
    "Star in My Eyes" - Gowe

  • 00:08

    A Preview of We Have White Names

    in Pop Culture

    Get a glimpse of what Stoker, Kim Thompson, and Kevin Vollmers will be bantering about on Monday, April 20th, 2015, 7:00 am Minneapolis time/9:00 pm Seoul time. You as a listener will also be able to call in if you want to join the conversation. 


    See you then!


    P.S. Kevin promises his audio will be a lot cleaner. 

  • 01:07

    Microaggressions

    in Pop Culture

    This week, kim thompson, Stoker, and Kevin Vollmers discuss microaggressions, in particular microaggressions in the racism vein. Some questions they'll ponder and topics they'll discuss: 



    Are racials microaggressions actually microaggressions or are they flat out racist?
    Do White people use the term microaggressions to get a pass, as in, "Oops! I wasn't being racist. I meant no harm. I realize that was a microaggression." 
    Baltimore.
    Korea microaggressions.
    US microaggressions.
    White privilege and White suppremacy.


    Tune in and join the conversation on Wednesday, April 29th, 7:00 am Minneapolis time/9:00 pm Seoul time. 


    [Reference: No, You’re Not Imagining It: 3 Ways Racial Microaggressions Sneak into Our Lives via Everyday Feminism]

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