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  • 01:01

    Bill Griffith, daily cartoonist, Zippy the Pinhead

    in Comedy

    Cartoonist Bill Griffith, creator of the internationally syndicated "Zippy the Pinhead" daily comic strip, talks to Mr. Media, Bob Andelman, about his latest collection of early Zippy, Mr. Toad and Young Lust comics, Lost and Found: Comics 1969-2003.
    What is Mr. Media® Interviews? The calm of Charlie Rose, the curiosity of Terry Gross and the unpredictability of Howard Stern! Exclusive Hollywood, celebrity, pop culture podcast interviews by Mr. Media®, a.k.a., Bob Andelman, with newsmakers in TV, radio, movies, music, magazines, newspapers, books, websites, social media, politics, sports, graphic novels, and comics! Now in its 5th year! Subscribe FREE on iTunes or mobile devices via the Stitcher app and never miss a show!

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  • Horror movies

    in Movies

    This week were going talk about horror movies but not the one that you love to watch. No were going talk about the ones that pushes the limits and make u wonder how this film get made. Movies like Texas chainsaw massacre the exorcist hellraiser eli Roth movies and there so many to names and were going talk about those films to. Plus I am going give my review on the movie green inferno made by eli Roth and that one push the limits on what they show. And there was other film that did that also which I watch other night the ghost movie unfriended. That movie kept u on the edge of your sit and I thought it was good. So call in and give us your thoughts about the films that pushes the limits and made u get up and u had to use the bathroom and throw up or walk out. 

  • 01:33
  • 00:13

    Happy 4th of July

    in Entertainment

    This is gonna be cool.


     

  • 02:01

    Nano-Motors Inside Cell: Complexity; Natural Selection, Mutation cannot Explain

    in Religion

    "Man-made motors are complex designs, because they need many parts working together to function. Although miniaturised motors would be very useful, e.g. for keeping our arteries clear and our blood clean, the number of parts makes it difficult to make them below a certain size. But ingenious scientists are making them smaller all the time.


    However the design in living organisms has far exceeded our most painstaking efforts. Bacteria propel themselves using flagella, filaments propelled by a true rotary motor. This motor is only the size of a virus, thus far smaller than anything man-made. Yet it can rotate at over 1000 times per second.


    But even this impressively tiny motor is not the tiniest in God's creation. Living cells have many molecules that are mini-machines and chemical factories enzymes. One enzyme has been shown to spin 'like a motor' to produce ATP, a chemical which is the 'energy currency' of life. The enzyme, which has nine protein components, is so tiny that 100,000 million million would fill the volume of a pinhead. This motor produces an immense torque (turning force) for its size it rotates a strand of another protein 100 times its own length. Also, when driving a heavy load, it probably changes to a lower gear, as any well-designed motor should."  J.D. Sarfati, 'Design in Living Organisms: Motors'

  • 00:01

    Nano-Motors Inside Cell: Complexity; Natural Selection, Mutation cannot Explain

    in Religion

    "Man-made motors are complex designs, because they need many parts working together to function. Although miniaturised motors would be very useful, e.g. for keeping our arteries clear and our blood clean, the number of parts makes it difficult to make them below a certain size. But ingenious scientists are making them smaller all the time.

    However the design in living organisms has far exceeded our most painstaking efforts. Bacteria propel themselves using flagella, filaments propelled by a true rotary motor. This motor is only the size of a virus, thus far smaller than anything man-made. Yet it can rotate at over 1000 times per second.

    But even this impressively tiny motor is not the tiniest in God's creation. Living cells have many molecules that are mini-machines and chemical factories enzymes. One enzyme has been shown to spin 'like a motor' to produce ATP, a chemical which is the 'energy currency' of life. The enzyme, which has nine protein components, is so tiny that 100,000 million million would fill the volume of a pinhead. This motor produces an immense torque (turning force) for its size it rotates a strand of another protein 100 times its own length. Also, when driving a heavy load, it probably changes to a lower gear, as any well-designed motor should."  J.D. Sarfati, 'Design in Living Organisms: Motors'

  • 00:29

    Live with Greg Halvorson -- Zippy Botingles Goes Rogue

    in Politics Conservative

     


    NOT ALL AMERICANS ARE AFRAID TO SPEAK THE TRUTH:

    "What's truly terrifying - and disturbing - is the blind allegiance displayed by liberals who refuse to even question the reality of ObamaCare and the man behind it... To dismiss immediately ANY examination of this president and his policies - despite clear indications of corruption - is pathological... Indeed, it's behaviorally consistent with cults, which throughout history have engendered violence and death."

    ~Greg Halvorson, The Conservative Hammer

  • 00:30

    Live with Greg Halvorson--Zippy Botingles's GAFFE Machine

    in Politics Conservative

    57 states...  Navy "corpseman" ...  Hawaii in "Asia" ....  Barack Obama, in reality, gives his braindead running mate a run for his money when it comes to off-the-cuff buffoonery....  During his recent appearance on Leno, the Gaffe Meter MELTED DOWN....  Zippy Botingles off telepropmpter -- always an adventure in IDIOCY.  

  • 01:58

    JCHC SLAM AND DANCE - J-SON INFIRMITIE

    in Religion

    The JCHC Slam and Dance Show brings you music, news, reviews and interviews of the Christian hard music scene.

    Todays show features an interview I had with punk rocker J-SON INFIRMITIE formely of KINGS KIDS and now lead singer of INFIRMITIES. Take a listen!

    Bands you can hear on todays show: False Idle, Cleophus, The Deadlines, Zippy Josh, Infirmities, King's Kids, Outlaw County, The Rekoning, Sons of Rachel, Unisef, Upon This Rock, Defyd, Sweet Crystal, Value Pac, The Way, Spyker, Over Mortal, Ruby Joe

  • 01:20

    Everyone Loves a Bad Guy: Halloween special

    in Entertainment

    Host Robert Winfree welcomes back Sean Comer to talk about personal favorite, and much disliked, films, books, and bad guys from the Halloween season.

  • 02:01

    Long Road to Ruin: Hellraiser Pt. 1

    in Movies

    Robert Winfree guest hosts for Mark Radulich to start a look at the epic horror franchise Hellraiser with Sean Comer.  Up this week, the good films of the franchise, specifically Hellraiser, Hellbound: Hellraiser 2, and Hellraiser: Inferno.