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Our guest hosts this week is Gold Looper Tom Ray. Tom and his wife, Linda, completed the Loop on September 25, 2013. One of Tom’s favorite cruising waters is Lake Superior, and we’ll learn all about the lake today.Some of the things we will try and cover include:
The suggested route and entrance to the Lake
Time needed to adequately cover the waterways
Weather this time of Year
Places to Provision
Marinas along the way
“Must see” places to stop
Lets discuss Mike Brown, KKK, Killer Kops, etc, what has happened and what should be done.
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Trapperboy returns to present us with the origins of The Amazing spiderman. For comic lovers only...
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trapperboy gives some background biographical information on the character of the Amazing spiderman. This is for comic lovers only. stay tuned!!!
Although we measure our lives in years, we live them in days, hours, minutes and seconds. Every action-every detail of our lives—has bottom-line repercussions, and it's dangerous and derogatory to think of any of those details as trivial, unimportant or inconsequential.
Successful people, in many walks of life, understand the importance
of detail and why everything counts:
Ultimately the key to quality and excellence in every aspect of our lives is doing little things correctly, all the time, every time, so that each action produces a quality result.
Those who enjoy the greatest success understand that it takes hundreds of small, seemingly insignificant details repeated perfectly day in and day out to create an unforgettably excellent experience.
The people who deliver superior results are not simply doing more of the same things everyone else does; they are doing better things, and they are making everything count.
People who should listen to this show are entrepreneurs, career coaches
On this week's episode, we take a look at the sadly common issue of the lack of people of color in sci-fi futuristic content. We’ll talk about the cast of the upcoming Star Wars Episode 7 movie.
*** WARNING *** This episode contains some spoilers. If you are allergic to spoilers we recommend that you consult your medical professional before listening to this episode.
Tune in for what will likely be a battle of countering view point. We have two Geeks who loved Spiderman 2 and two Geeks who did not think highly of the latest production from Marvel. Check out our Review of Spiderman 2.
Lastly, the latest episode of The Boondock ended with, what some would say, is a controversial issue. But is there more to this? Are people really seeing this from all angles? Has The Boondock finally gone off the rails? Join us and make up your own mind.
Ed Wolfe, a Bremerton lawyer and former U.S. State Department official, is running for Kitsap County Commissioner. With his extensive service in all three branches of government (executive, legislative, judicial) and impressive resume in civic and business arenas, he is lauded across all aisles as the refreshing change needed in government. Tune in to hear his thoughts on what it takes to be a leader in the 21st century, and the importance of bringing balance back to the political and policy process.
Host: Michelle Materre
Alexandra Salazar – co-host/producer is a New York based Latin activist working for Creatively Speaking on the Air and Film Series. She is also a full time student at The New School, where she is majoring in literature and philosophy.
Brittney Johns is a Masters of Science in Media Management student at The New School for Public Engagement, School of Media Studies. Her passion is to educate people about the social injustice plaguing our culture.
Iman Ward is a Southern California native and a recent graduate from the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in the Studio acting program. She is an experienced stage performer and currently a student at The New School for Public Engagement as an undergraduate student.
Peta Mni attends The New School for Public Engagement in the BA/MA Media Studies program having previously studied film production at Columbia College Chicago. Since leaving Columbia, he has worked extensively across the U.S. in the field of Educational Multimedia.
Sifiso Khanyile is a spokesperson for the Association for Transformation in Film & TV and is currently working as the Johannesburg producer for ABC News (America). After studying Film & TV at Monash University, Khanyile directed Spiderman and Romeo (2008), short-listed and shown at numerous local and international festivals, BBC and Sechuan TV in China.
Jeff brings 30 years of television broadcast, multimedia, streaming video along with motion picture credentials and experience. He has a can do attitude with the ability to lead and train teams of technicians and artists. Jeff Olm excels in the abilities to develop reliable HD, 2K, 4K, 8K, and multimedia workflows.
In 1986 Jeff Olm moved to Hollywood and was hired at The Post Group Hollywood as a visual effects assistant editor. He worked on projects for Propaganda Films for INXS, Michael Jackson, MC Hammer, ZZ-Top and the TV shows "Max Headroom" and "Star Trek , The Next Generation".
Jeff has since held key roles as a Inferno artist, senior visual effects compositor and colorist on film projects including "Titanic", "The Fifth Element", "Spiderman", "Castaway", "Armageddon", "Seabiscuit", "Reign of Fire", "Zodiac", "Ghost Ship", "What Lies Beneath", "Live Free Die Hard", "Black Hawk Down" and "Harry Potter". Jeff has recently contributed to the look development, designed stereo visual FX,post-production workflows, for all distribution formats for the stereoscopic films. He completed "Journey to The Center of the Earth 3D" one of the first new modern live action digital CGI stereoscopic features. He then joined Dreamworks Animation and was the Colorist for their 3D feature films "Monsters vs. Aliens”, "How to Train Your Dragon", "Shrek Forever After", "Megamind", “Kung Fu Panda 2” , “Puss in Boots”, “Madagascar 3”, “Rise of The Guardians” and The Day The Earth Stood Still. His latest project was Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy" with the Technicolor Colorist Team. You can email your questions to email@example.com or Follow us on Twitter @123Film