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I provide a preview of the new AMC pilot Halt and Catch Fire starring Lee Pace of Pushing Daisies fame. Should you tune in? What is the premise? How does the show hold up against AMC's other programming and the rest of the summer schedule? Who doesn't love Lee Pace? I also "take a look" (it's in a book, Reading Rainbow...) at LeVar Burton and his revival of Reading Rainbow. As always, callers are encouraged.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview AMC's Halt and Catch Fire star Eric Goins. He will discuss the following topics:
Artistic Director of Whole World Improv Theatre
Recurring cast on the new hit series Halt and Catch Fire.
Plays Larry, an engineer appears in 7 of 10 episodes of Season 1.
'80s period drama which takes place in 1983 in the 'Silicon Prairie' of Fort Worth TX (actually filmed in Atlanta)
Sundays at 10|9c on AMC Network
Also in 'Beacon Point' a horror film starring Melissa McBride from the Walking Dead
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States halt Washington pride: Same-sex couples rush to marry after Supreme Court legalizes gay marriage - but handful of hold-outs STILL refuse to grant licenses
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Hour one: Photographer and Travel Writer- David Noyes.
Like so many others, David’s business ground to a halt as the nation healed in the months following 9/11. Very quickly David took his career in a new direction. Within a year David and his partner launched their award winning Experience Outdoors magazine. His work as a travel writer, photographer, and storyteller has taken him to some of the most remote and exotic places on Earth. David is here tonight to discuss how he uses technology and digital photography and how their use has steered him in a whol new direction.
Hour two: The GizWiz is Dick DeBartolo!
Dick is Mad Magazine’s Maddest writer and he joins us on every last Wednesday of the month with exciting and different gadgets and gizmos!
Tonight’s topics include: The PancakeBot 3D printer that makes pancakes, Perfect Drink - a scale and app that lets you make the Perfect Drink, Mace Alert 911, the world's fastest keyboard, the Anti-Theft Urban E/W Tablet Messenger bag from Travelon, more handy tech tools, an unpickable lock (really?), and so much more!
Today is Monday the 8 of June and Congress is in limited session this week and activity comming out of Capitol Hill are the following issues
Congressman Seth Mouton was the victim of poor treatment from the DC VAMC
Congress has decided to halt the cuts to Active Duty Pay as We highlight desperate Active Duty pay that actally encourages poverty amongst the troops.
We will also be discussing your news items that you may have to share with the veteran community
Our Phone lines Open at 2300 Zulu that would be 8PM Atlantic/7PM Eastern/6 PM Central/5 PM Mountain/ 4PM Pacific/1 pm Hawaii/0900 AM in Guam.
A ghost starts killing people through various electronic devices. Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) discover who was killed and why this ghost is seeking revenge on a group of college students but what they can’t figure out is how he’s doing it. With three dead, the brothers must stop the ghost before he claims his next victim. John Showalter directed this episode written by Eric Charmelo & Nicole Snyder (#1013).
Join the Supernatural discussion on Variety Radio Online. Brancey, Kristina, Gratia and Raven discuss the highlights of the latest Supernatural episode. If you want to be part of their show, feel free to tweet your thoughts to @VROBrancey and they will read them on air. If you' are catching the live broadcast, make sure you join the live chat-room Wednesday’s at 8:00pm ET.
Summary: To take his mind off of the Mark of Cain, Dean goes hunting. They track down a ghost that is killing college students through electronics and the internet.
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On Friday, June 5, 2015 joining Tony on The Voice of the People is:
David Hecker, President of American Federation of Teachers Michigan looks to the future of the State AFL-CIO and explores the wages, or lack thereof, of recent college grads.
LuAnne Kozma with the Anti-Fracking campaign joins us this morning for an update on their progress and the ongoing assault of big business to try and halt their efforts that are gaining steam in a BIG way.
Justin Wedes with a new organization, Detroit Workers and Builders, joins Tony this morning to explain their cause and why they need you to make a profound difference.
The Ann Arbor school board is attempting to institute rules that would make opting-out of State testing punishable. Can they do that? Will there be a successful effort? Listen to two parents who have other ideas.
Dan Calabrese, our resident conservative commentator ponders joins us again this morning to make sure all side of the issues are illuminated.
Sports Director Sean Smith is back to talk NBA finals, baseball and the French Open. Lots to discuss this week!
You are always welcome to join us on-air by calling 855-381-8795. Find us on Facebook by searching for Tony Trupiano: The Voice of the People and Twitter @tonytrupiano or @VOTPTony.
EVER SINCE WE BECAME AWARE OF THE DEPTH OF GOVERNMENT SNOOPING INTO OUR PRIVACY, THE QUESTION HAS BEEN ASKED: WHAT LIMITS SHOULD BE PLACED ON YOUR PRIVACY WHEN USING THE PHONE OR IPAD? FIRST THE GOVERNMENT SAID IT DIDN'T GATHER OUR DATA, THEN THEY RELENTED AND ADMITTED THAT THEY DID AND FINALLY IT REACHED A CRESCENDO WHERE ONE POLITICIAN DECIDED TO SPEAK OUT AND DO SOMETHING.
LOVE HIM OR HATE HIM, SENATOR RAND PAUL GRABBED THE BULL BY THE HORNS, TOOK THE ISSUE INTO FILIBUSTER MODE AND LIT A SPARK THAT STARTED RAGING. AND DESPITE THE URGING AND PUSH BACK FROM HIS MAJORITY LEADER, MITCH MCCONNELL, HE WOULDN'T RELENT AND ULTIMATELY THE SENATE HAD TO BACK DOWN AND ACCEPT THE HOUSE LEGISLATION WHICH PUT A HALT TO INDISCRIMINATE DATA MINING OF YOUR PHONES. OH, THE PHONE COMPANIES WILL STILL HOLD THE DATA, BUT FOR GOVERNMENT SLEUTHS TO ACCESS THAT DATA, THEY MUST GET A WARRANT AND, HERE'S THE BEST PART, THE COURT HAS TO MAINTAIN RECORDS OF THE REASONING.
I BRING THIS UP AS A FACTOR OF LIFE SINCE TODAY WE SPEND EXTENSIVE TIME ON THE PHONE TALKING WITH FRIENDS AND RELATIVES AND WE DON'T EXPECT OUR GOVERNMENT TO ABUSE THEIR DUTIES BECAUSE SOME BUREAUCRAT OR POLITICIAN THINKS IT IS A GOOD IDEA. FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND A RIGHT TO PRIVACY BY LAW ABIDING CITIZENS SHOULD NEVER BE AT RISK; THE GOVERNMENT CAN EASILY GET THE APPROVAL FOR ACTION WHERE PROBABLY CAUSE IS AVAILABLE.
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Tonight on Inside MLB your hosts Benson Fechter and Will McElhattan will discuss many topics including Tex hits 2 HRs Yanks halt Mets' win streak, Source: Rangers to trade for Halos' Hamilton, Sale went to KC clubhouse and KC on incidents, Statcast delves into Lagares' amazing catch, Get R.B.I Baseball 15 on your iOS device which we will be demoing on Monday,and more! Fans remember you too can be a par of the show if you call in at (516) 666-9990 or enter our chatroom at www.blogtalkradio.com/insidemlb
We'll either be prepping for an incredible set of Conference Finals wrap up games, or we'll be getting set for the 2015 NBA Finals! It's that time of the year, Summer right around the corner, the culmination of the last year coming to a halt as the world watches the two best teams on the planet face off in the battle that will decide who holds the NBA Championship for the first time in a long time, or ever! We got it all for you here on the Hooper's Log, so sit back, relax, listen in, or if you are so amped that you need to make a point, CALL IN AND MAKE YOUR VOICE KNOWN!!!! Let's Get it People!
From Robert Freeman, "I was once a well conditioned and idealistic young police officer who wanted to help and protect people and after many years in that profession I came to understand things are not quite what there seemed. Unltimately my police career ended and I am now a retired policeman in a continual fight for my entitlements as a sufferer of PTSD and the clinical depression which accompanies that change in my human function. I am an Australian male born in 1960 in a large rural town in the south eastern area of this country. My father was a sportsman and trucking contractor while mum was a nurse prior to the commencement of the family. I am second of four children and the eldest of three brothers. I joined the police cadets as a 16 year old in 1977. I was a country boy and city life was completely foreign to me. The saving grace was we lived in an old 1930's hotel near the main railway station in Melbourne. I loved the cadet training. I excelled in most all the aspects of this training and while I completed and graduated high school from the cadet academy I was also voted as the Senior Cadet. My first real notable experience came in the latter part of 1977 when after we had returned from a tour of Tasmania. I had a strange experience there I had what I would describe as my 'Jesus' experience. This was about the 20th August 1977. I felt there was a presence in the room (I was alone in my room at the academy this weekend after our trip, and I felt the urge to give my truth to Jesus Christ). I was not a religious person as such and I was not made to attend church as a boy growing up. The story about how my police career came to a halt and what transpired during the period leading to that and the occurrences which followed are intertwined and quite interesting. Suffice it to say my life was in the process of an irreversible transition".
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