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Who better to talk with the day after the election? Treading where the likes of Will Rogers, Mort Sahl, and Dick Gregory have trod before him, Will Durst has become one of the premier political satirists of our time, assembling a hilarious patchwork of outraged and outrageous common sense via columns, books, radio and television commentaries; and most especially, stand up comedy. His abiding motto is “You can’t make stuff up like
Holly Durst was born and raised in a small town in Ohio. She graduated with a Bachelors degree in Communication from Walsh University. Holly then moved to Los Angeles where she discovered her love for writing childrens books. Her two favorite things are chocolate and socks. The idea for writing her first book came when Holly was given a gift of a box of chocolate and a pack of socks. The idea is priceless! While living in Los Angeles, Holly managed a high end clothing boutique in Beverly Hills
- Waiter, there’s a fly in my soup.
- Hush, don’t shout, or the others will want it too.
Join Deb Durst and Ellenor Kirkconnell on Thursday, April 10, 2014 at 10:00AM EDT when they discuss bugs and the influence insects have on our mental and physical well being.
They'll also explain some famous quotes and proverbs about insects with a comedic twist.
The mosquito is the state bird of New Jersey. ~Andy Warhol
Take time to smell the roses and eventually you'll inhale a bee. ~Author Unknown
She's got ants in her pants.
As busy as a bee.
She thinks she's the bee's knees.
As snug as a bug in a rug.
Put a bug in someone's ear.
A social butterfly.
A closed mouth catches no flies.
Knee-high to a grasshopper.
Tune in to hear some great pointers on how to rid your home or grounds of insects and slugs by using items found in your kitchen. Such as; zip lock bags, pennies, cinnamon, cloves, tequila and more.
Deb Durst is a national speaker, marketing professional and co-author of "There's Lipstick on My Pigskin!"
Ellenor Kirkconnell is a motivational speaker and accomplished business professional in the nonprofit sector.
Photo: Wikimedia Commons, public domain, Stu Spivack
"I started a joke, which started the whole world crying, but I didn't see that the joke was on me, oh no." -- Bee Gees
Join Debbie and Ellenor on Thursday, April 3rd when they will be discussing the history of April Fool's Day and why so many people enjoy playing practical jokes on others.
They'll also share some very interesting parctical jokes with their audience as well as open the phone lines to hear your favorite practical jokes.
Here's a few points they'll address during the show:
1) Does it take a good sense of humor to enjoy a practical joke?
2) Why laughter IS the best medicine.
3) What to do when a practical joke go seriously downhill?
4) What do you do when the practical jokes is on you?
5) If you can't beat 'em, punk 'em!
6) And, how do you create an award-winning pracitical joke?
Deb Durst is a national speaker, marketing and sales professional and co-author of "There's Lipstick on My Pigskin!" To schedule Durst for speaking engagements, media appearances, interviews, or book signings contact email@example.com.
Ellenor Kirkconnell is a motivational speaker and accomplished business professional in the nonprofit sector. To schedule Kirkconnell for speaking engagements, appearances, or interviews, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Please join Deb Durst (co-author of There's Lipstick on My Pigskin!) and Ellenor Kirkconnell (motivational speaker) when they welcome Maria McBride (Chef and owner of Pasta Tuesday) to the show on Thursday, March 13, 2014 at 11:00AM EDT. We are so excited to have Maria on the show--she will open up to share her life and love of family and food. And how Pasta Tuesday was created In honor of her Dad and Mom, and why it has been a labor of love and joy to serve her community. McBri
Join Deb Durst (co-author of There's Lipstick on My Pigskin!) when she welcomes Ellenor Kirkconnell (national motivational speaker) back to the show to teach our listeners how to offer up menopause and the symptoms of menopause. Durst and Kirkconnell will add a comical twist to menopause: "If it bleeds, it feeds" and why every woman over the age of 40 should have a garage stocked with ShamWows! Offer It Up! As part of my Catholic upbringing, I
Join us (Debbie and Ellenor) on Thursday, March 27, 2014 at 10:00AM EDT when we discuss why the decision NOT to teach handwriting in school has far-reaching effects.
1. No more analysis of personality through handwriting. However, we do foresee a future in the analysis of personality by the phone you carry.
2. Future serial killers will taunt police via text messages using emoji and emoticons.
3. Childern born today will have the option of studying a new foreign language in college, Cursive.
4. Children cannot read letters or cards from grandparents. Well, at least money still talks.
5. What will we do with all the unused, lined, copy books?
Cursive Handwriting image: By Vacuumfan7072 (Own work) [CC-BY-SA-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
"The angel again said to me, `Look!' As I looked I saw a woman dressed in fine scarlet and seated upon a platform supported by four pillars. She appeared a very large, powerful woman. Around the platform was gathered an immense multitude of people. She addressed them with great oratorical power and vaunted herself of her great knowledge, wisdom and power. The multitude appeared to feel great veneration for the woman as an exalted personage. While she was thus engaged in boasting of her greatness, all of a sudden her body opened and her vitals and bowels fell out and down to the earth. The people gazed in wonder at first and then turned away from the sight. The power of the woman was gone, but her frame still remained upright on the platform. The angel said to me, `This woman represents this great nation (America) and as you have seen her vitals and bowels fall out, so will the power depart from this great people.'" (Jrnl. of Alfred Douglas Young, p. 12, BYU Library Special Collections)
28 Yea, they durst not make use of that which is their own lest they should offend their priests, who do yoke them according to their desires, and have brought them to believe, by their traditions and their dreams and their whims and their visions and their pretended mysteries, that they should, if they did not do according to their words, offend some unknown being, who they say is God--a being who never has been seen or known, who never was nor ever will be.
(Anti-Christ Korihor; Alma 30:28)
25 And he (United States) shall speak great words against the most High, and shall wear out the saints of the most High, and think to change times and laws: and they shall be given into his hand until a time and times and the dividing of time.
This show is dedicated to the memory of Stephanie Cottrell's mom. The two teams (Seahawks & Broncos) playing in the Super Bowl are from states that have legalized pot. And, they're playing in the Garden State. So, to celebrate this Super Bowl, Debbie will hold a special radio show with guest, Stephanie Cottrell, an "Unofficial NFL Announcer" from Oklahoma! Join Deb Durst, author of There's Lipstick on My Pigskin on January 29, 2014 @&n
Meet the authors of: There's Lipstick on My Pigskin! Deb Durst and Jill Rubin “Find out what happens when football and fashion collide. A book of American football terms defined with a comical twist that includes beauty, dating, fashion, friends, men, money, sex, and shopping.” Durst and Rubin both sales professionals for more than 20 years, are now pursuing their life long dream of meeting and helping people through their writing. They are currently pl
Please welcome Ellenor back to the studio to discuss how to spot the perfect modern day nanny. Ellenor has never served a spoonful of sugar along with a dose of cough medicine, but she'll explain why the modern day nanny carries her own feather duster, and others have a membership to the local nudist colony. Long gone are the days of Angela Lansbury turning tricks in bed or Julie Andrews teaching your girls how to swallow. Joins us for
Deck the neck with gems and baubles. Jewel-la la la la, la la la la! My dear friend, and fashionista, Sueanne, designer of Sueanne Shirzay Jewelry will take time out of her busy day to visit our studio on Monday, November, 25, 2013 from 10:00am--11:00am. Sueanne will share her inside fashion tips, plus she'll teach us how to decorate for the holidays and beyond. Ladies and gentlemen, please don't throw away that u
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