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  • Rex Sikes Movie Beat chats with actor Clint Howard

    in Film

    Clint Howard, actor, has a career spanning over fifty years,and over two hundred film and TV shows.  He has spent his entire life entertaining us in a variety of interesting and unique roles. From childhood roles in The Andy Griffith Show and Star Trek to of course, the hit TV Show Gentle Ben, Clint was a well recognized personality by the time he was ten.Making the transition from juvenile to adult actor was no problem for Clint. Cult classic Rock N Roll High School and horror genre Evilspeak showed as an adult he could be versatile and affective. Whether Clint works in comedy classics like Waterboy, the Austin Powers film series or a hilarious episode of Seinfeld, he comfortably slides into dramatic roles such as Apollo 13, Frost/Nixon and Alabama Moon. Recently, Clint can be seen in the campy, B Horror title, Bloodrayne Third Reich and Rob Zombie's Lords of Salem. He's also put on the producing hat, teaming with long time colleague Gavin Grazer on an indie comedy. Born and raised in Burbank, California, Clint has always balanced his professional career with a 'hometown' oriented life. He continues to live with his wife Melanie in Burbank and stay active in the community. Stay tuned to Rex Sikes Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, and more at rexsikes.com

  • 01:56

    The Awakening - The Great Divide

    in Politics Conservative

    For G_d, For Country, For Freedom.


    "F*ck U"


    ARCHIVE


    There's a look on your face I would like to knock out
    See the sin in your grin and the shape of your mouth
    All I want is to see you in terrible pain
    Though we won't ever meet I remember your name
    Can't believe you were once just like anyone else
    Then you grew and became like the devil himself
    Pray to god I can think of a nice thing to say
    But I don't think I can so f*ck you anyway
    You are scum, you are scum and I hope that you know
    That the cracks in your smile are beginning to show
    Now the world needs to see that it's time you should go
    There's no light in your eyes and your brain is too slow
    Can't believe you were once just like anyone else
    Then you grew and became like the devil himself
    Pray to god I can think of a nice thing to say
    But I don't think I can, so f*ck you anyway
    Bet you sleep like a child with your thumb in your mouth
    I could creep up beside put a gun in your mouth
    Makes me sick when I hear all the shit that you say
    So much crap coming out it must take you all day
    There's a space left in hell with your name on the seat
    With a spike in the chair just to make it complete
    When you look at yourself do you see what I see
    If you do why the f*ck are you looking at me

    Why the f*ck why the f*ck are you looking at me
    There's a time for us all and I think yours has been
    Can you please hurry up cause I find you obscene
    We can't wait for the day that you're never around
    When that face isn't here and you rot underground
    Can't believe you were once just like anyone else
    Then you grew and became like the devil himself
    REPEAT CHORUS


     

  • 00:07

    The Great Divide

    in Culture

    We are greatly divided, whether it be for title, color, knowledge, religion, spirituality and the list goes. . The fact is until we set aside our differences, we will remain divided. Unification is of the essence... but Separation is currently ruling.. The fight we are up against is going to break some so called strong people, because they are for self, but power is in numbers..
    Awake. Rise. Build.

  • 02:59

    The Natural Hair Movement: Women Of Color & The Great Divide!

    in Women

    Natural Hair.


    Why is it that the term "Natural Hair" alone brings so much emotion to the forefront of a community?


    Why should we even have the term "Natural Hair" which in actuality reveals that most sport as unnatural hair.


    But if one were to mention this to an individual who dyes their locks, straightens them, heats them up and then douses them with all types of substances as though their hair was in a burn unit, you might get a few unkind words thrown your way.


    So most of us understand this common argument that brews under the surface of the Black hair industry.


    But in many recent findings we have discovered that even within the natural hair movement their is a separation somewhat of what many feel are the ideals that personify and represent it.


    Confused?


    Well let me get straight to the point.


    There is a great divide within the natural hair movement that is beyond disgusting and baffles the mind over and above any measure.


    The problem that seems to be ever growing and brewing as we speak is that many women in the Natural Hair Movement seem to want to through shade at anyone who is also in the movement who has hair that is curly and not kinky.


    Is this immature or what?


    Here we expect to see a special breed of enlightened woman, who has embraced her natural beauty and has broken the shackles that society has placed on many to turn around and feel so negatively toward another who is supposed to be on the same team!


    .......and JUST when I thought many of our Sisters were making progress this type of backward thinking rears its ugly head.


    Is this the reason that it seems that only Black women call their trip to the hair salon "The Beauty Salon?" Why is it that I don't hear other races refer to it in this manner? Does this indicate that many Black women do not feel as tough their natural state is anything BUT beautiful?

  • 01:00

    The Great Zach Tate Show - The Best Rendition of Yourself

    in Self Help

    The Great Zach Tate Show is a weekly show hosted by renaissance man, national best selling author and live-free activist, Zach Tate. On this episode, Zach will break down the listener and force them to be rebuilt and reborn in ways they haven't been before. In his quest to see all people live free, his goal is to help listeners live their best lives.


    Great Zach Tate will also cover the worlds of politics, sex, entertainment, celebrity, religion, race, history and more and will undoubtedly discuss the things that Mama and Daddy never taught you.


    Callers are welcome to chime in and join the discussion by dialing (929) 477-3213.

  • 01:03

    The Great Debate Radio Show (Ep. 6)

    in Current Events

    The Great Debate (Radio Show) airs tonight at 8pm & we have a special Prince infused episode on deck. Call-in to listen or join the conversation at 516-666-9206 or simply listen at www.mydubo.com/tgdradio (Works on desktop, tablet or smartphone).


    During The Opening Statement we'll talk about: 1.) Trump sweeping Tuesday’s primary 2.) HRC winning 4 out of 5 3.) Skip Bayless leaving ESPN 5.) GoT returning & so much more...


    During our discussion, model/author, Karras Jordan, will join us to talk about his experience as a male model, what really goes down in the industry & so much more...


    And, we’ll be playing some of your favorite Prince songs…It all goes down tonight. So don't miss it. #‎TheGreatDebate

  • 00:58

    Great people we should know

    in Science

    we have so many great people that have been forgotten. Henrietta lacks and John


    Brown are two of them. I hope tonites


    show will  enlighten our spirit and motivate more research for all those


    That came before us and  enriched


    our lives


     


     

  • 01:38

    Unity 2020! The Third Great Synthesis: Connie B. Marlow and Andrew C. Bailey

    in Religion

    Andrew Cameron Bailey and Connie Baxter Marlow, visionary authors, filmmakers and futuristsare calling for UNITY 2020! The Third Great Synthesis. http://bit.ly/Unity2020SynthesisVR2


     An extraordinary exception to the human condition unfolded when the visionary leaders of two radically different cultures met and worked together to maintain an inter-cultural exchange that became the "First Great Synthesis” between Europeans and American Indians during the first fifty-four years at Plymouth Plantation. This melding gave birth to American democracy and to the American mind and spirit. The "Second Great Synthesis” occurred when aspects of The Great Law of the Iroquois were integrated into the United States Constitution in 1787. A third synthesis is possible as our cultures come together again to realize the great promise America made to the world in its freedom documents The Mayflower Compact, The Declaration of Independence and The U.S. Constitution. Go to www.First50Years.us for more information.

  • 02:12

    Biblical Principles w/Josiah Asher Ben Israel-Ep 86-A House Divide Cannot Stand

    in The Bible

    1 Corinthians 1:10


    Now I beseech you, brethren, by the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that ye all speak the same thing, and that there be NO DIVIONS among you; but that ye be perfectly joined together in the same mind and in the same judgment.

  • 00:08

    The Man Up Talk Show

    in Self Help

    Check out " The Man Up Show ". We will be bring our DJ's back in the studio to keep the after work flow going strong & keep the with great conversation, on point with our all men panel: Mr. Naz, Eddie, Tom & Daryl. Experience the movement! Friday Nite @7PM.http://tobtr.com/s/5084909 follow us on Twitter!https://twitter.com/MANUPTALKSHOW...

  • 01:10

    BP Wrigleycast Episode 13: Hail Szczur, Almora Interview, Deviating from Plan

    in Baseball

    The Cubs keep winning despite some of the team's big offensive names coming up short. But Tommy LaStella and Matt Szczur had a nice week. We touch on Jorge Soler again and the perpetual mystery of whether or not he'll be a big leaguer. Miguel Montero gets hurt and Willson Contreras doesn't come up, which makes sense. 


    We also talk about Adam Warren, John Lackey, and the plan to pull pitchers early. Whatever happened with that? Oh and was Dusty Baker really that bad? Judging from the analogies we all draw...yes. But we still like him.


    Isaac talked to Albert Almora about confidence and the role it plays in the game, which was fascinating.


    Then Joel goes into 60 Seconds with a Former Cub and breaks out his thesaurus to describe the zaftig Hector Villanueva. 


    Ryan's got the Question of the Week on who the Cubs's best player has been so far.


    Isaac breaks down a great at bat by his idol Addison Russell in At Bat of the Week.