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Join us at the Campfire at 8:30pm with Kathleen Mosley and Jaymes Reed Author of the Comic Book, The Three Stooges
The legendary physical farce and extreme slapstick of Moe, Larry and Curly are the subject of this issue of "COMICS," a biography series about stand-up comics, sitcom stars & comedians who have made a huge impact on popular culture. From Moe Howard's childhood acting days during the dawn of the film industry to the very last Curly and beyond, Bluewater Productions recounts the history of one of the funniest and longest running troupes in comedy history.
The Three Stooges were an American vaudeville and comedy act of the mid 20th century best known for their numerous short subject films. They were commonly known by their first names: 'Moe, Larry, & Curly', and 'Moe, Larry, & Shemp', among other lineups. The act originally featured Moe Howard (born Harry Moses Horwitz), brother Shemp Howard (born Samuel Horwitz), and longtime friend Larry Fine (born Louis Feinberg). Shemp was later replaced by brother Curly Howard (born Jerome Lester Horwitz) in 1932. When Curly suffered a debilitating stroke in 1946, Shemp rejoined the act. After Shemp's death in 1955, he was replaced by baldheaded comedian Joe Besser, and eventually by Joe "Curly-Joe" DeRita (born Joseph Wardell). After Larry's death, Emil Sitka, a longtime actor in Stooge comedies, was contracted to replace Larry, but no film was ever made with him in the role, although publicity photographs exist of him with his hair combed like Larry's posing with Moe and Curly-Joe prior to Moe's death. Larry's death marked the end of the act. Our show today is dedicated to collecting all things: Three Stooges. Our guest today is Pat Gallagher who hails from Butler, Pennsylvania. An avid fan and an expert in his field. Tune in for some great tips on collecting everything "Stooges" and of course, Mr Fixit will be with us with some great tips and we always....buy, sell and trade LIVE on the air!
Three for the Win is here once again. On today's show I discuss the tragic passing of Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn and talk about his legacy. My brief memories of him and memories shared by others
I will also discuss Game 5 of the NBA Finals and the what it means for the Spurs and what does the future hold for Miami
Are You Ready For Something Different? Are You Tired of the same Ol Radio Hosts? Do You Consider Yourself to be a Person that Keeps It Real? If so You're In the right place at the right Time because tonight You'll meet the 3 Women That are here to Bring You Real talk, Real Gossip, Real News and Real Fun That Relates to YOU! We'd like to introduce you to 3 The Hard Way, Britt, Cj, and Megan (Pronounced Mee-gan) a group of 3 spunky girls that are taking the opportunity to have our voices heard and have fun doing it! we'll be talking about Real life issues as well as entertainment, we'll be talking about news, gossip and anything that is relevent to today. In our first installment we planned to simply introduce ourselves and let you, the people get a feel for us and we did that,So grab Your wine or whatever your vice may be and Get ready to be Entertained!! FOLLOW us on twitter @imbrittenybaby1 (Britt) @mschrissyjay (Cj) @mstrymebaby (Megan) Also LIKE us on facebook 3 the hard way radio
In episode three of VolNation's Power-T Talk, Daniel and Zack talk about the 2014 Tennessee Volunteers defense. Can Tennessee develop a consistent pass rush this year while replacing all four starters up front? Jordan Williams and Curt Maggitt were moved to different positions. What will that do for Tennessee? The guys also talk about the lack of depth at linebacker and how Tennessee can compensate. The young guns at defensive back are talked about and what is expected out of the freshmen this year. Lastly, the guys get to "Quick Twitch" on defense.
Three guys will discuss current events along with crazy topics about life. we will cross the line and say unfiltered things.
I Got an odd text this morning, “Have you ever heard of the law of three for healing” ***chuckles*** Well kind-a, so that’s tonight’s topic “The Power of Three” and what it means to us and the world and How it is being used.
Good bad or indifferent, well you would be surprised to know how deep the “Power” really goes and how twisted it has really become from the way it once was.. I don’t have a guest tonight except my listeners, and since I almost always have an open-mic let’s see what all of you have experienced in life and the use of the “Powers of Three” has been for you.
Also, I will be doing some readings and channeling if the spirits have a mind to do that with me tonight..
SHOW NOTES: In our JOYFUL ART OF BUSINESS™ series we explore how to combine the positive benefits of our professional endeavors (“business”) with the overall positive emotional return on our efforts (“joy”). The act of engaging in professional endeavors, in any capacity (i.e., as an employee, employer, entrepreneur, contractor, volunteer, paid, full time, part time, intermittently, etc.) is an expression of our ideas and creative talents (“art”). All of this is in furtherance of our mission to surpass our goals! Our episode today is, “I Am Competing With Three Billion People For My Job! Really?”
This show is intended to remind us that whether or not we want to think from a global perspective as individuals that we are subject to global realities. Thus, instead of focusing on your employment opportunities in a particular city, country, region or other limited part of our planet, you are impacted by global competition for professional opportunities.
This title of this episode was inspired by the following content, “A good job is a job with a paycheck from an employer and steady work that averages 30+ hours per week. Global labor economists refer to these as formal jobs. Sometimes leaders and economists blur the line between good jobs (formal jobs) and informal jobs. Informal jobs are jobs with no paycheck, no steady work. […] Of the 7 billion people on Earth, there are 5 billion adults aged 15 and older. Of these 5 billion, 3 billion tell Gallup they work or want to work. Most of these people need a full-time formal job. The problem is that there are currently only 1.2 billion full-time, formal jobs in the world. This is a potentially devastating global shortfall of about 1.8 billion good jobs.
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