• 02:10

    Open Mike- Letz Talk off Record- Vol 5

    in Blogs

    Have you recently had friends, co-workers, or strangers suddenly get pissed off at you for what seemed like no reason at all? Maybe you told yourself that they were overreacting or being too sensitive, or that they had no right to be angry when you clearly didn't mean to do whatever you did (and in fact aren't even sure what it was). If you're a socially inept type like me, I bet you've had this happen within the last month.


    or those of us who aren't great with people, we figure that silence is always the safest bet. If you're an introvert, you spend so much of your time wishing that other people would just shut the hell up that you figure you're doing everyone a favor. So, you run into a co-worker at the mall and think it's better to pass by in silence than do an awkward stop-and-chat that you'd probably screw up anyway.


    Then, after you pass by this person, you hear them in the aisle behind you mutter, "Asshole."


    So What's the Problem?


    This is literally the most frequent social mistake I see in my day to day. You didn't 're confused because, well, who would ever assume that silence is an insult?
    If you're confused, think of it this way: respond to the party invitation. You didn't reply to their funny text with a smiley. You didn't wish them a happy birthday. Now they're bitter and youIf you apply for a job, which is worse -- a rejection letter, or no reply at all? The former is bad, but the latter is dismissive, and that's a thousand times worse. (Note: By far the angriest reaction I get to hate mail is when I don't reply at all.) That's how some people take your failure to speak to them -- like you didn't even open their resume before tossing it in the trash.


     

  • 00:26

    ScreenPicks Movie Reviews: 2nd Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Chappie

    in Movies

    On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review four new films. First, we look at The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. Then we review the new Neil Blomkamp film Chappie. Next, we'll review the new Vince Vaughn comedy Unfinished Business. And finally, we look at the documentary Unfinished Business. 

  • 02:06

    Yoseph, Benyamin and Leah's Kids! with Yahya Bandele (re-cast)

    in Religion

    (Original air date August 25, 2014)


    Yahya Bandele is the Founder and Chairman of The C.O.F.A.H Network and the Creator, writer and director of the best selling Documentary on amazon.com "Hebrew or the So-Called Negro" Yahya will discuss current events, history, science and Geo-politics from a scriptural Hebrew Ysralite scriptural perspective. We also encourage caller participation and feedback


    View Yahya’s Feature Films https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=FLdws1o2agoBw-nqaYBjG9Yg


    View Yahya's Daily Video Blog https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLv4Ov4g0N91ikDd5zHMAmvxr2Fyhf9s7v


    Yahya's Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/yahya.bandele


    To learn more about COFAH log on to http://www.cofah.com

  • 00:59

    Shriekfest Radio! Denise Gossett interviews Alex Bram!

    in Paranormal

    "Best Director Award"(2012 LA Film, TV and Webisode Festival) winner, Alex Bram is on a mission to bring suspense, surrealism and quality back to horror.


    Gaining support as a new voice, his various projects have been able to attract legendary figures of the genre rallying behind him. For his werewolf epic, “NEW BREED,” Special Creature Make-Up Effects legend Steve Johnson (“American Werewolf in London,” “Species”) has joined to deliver on the concept of applying the latest technology available, in the most tasteful yet terrifying way, to bring to life beasts like we’ve never seen before.


    Eduardo Sanchez (Blair Witch Project Director) will bring Bram’s “CLOUDLAND” to life. That project is being spearheaded by Jeffrey Reddick, the creator of “Final Destination.” Reddick is both co-screenwriter with Bram and Executive Producer. 


    Alex Bram’s award-winning psychological thriller "Body of Work" honors the tradition of Alfred Hitchcock, while at the same time, using modern technology to bring about a new wave of suspenseful filmmaking. That film brought two "Best Cinematography" awards and one Canadian "People's Choice".
    For three years, Bram founded and ran the "Carnival of Darkness Film Festival," which showcased the very best short horror films from around the world. This yearly event was held at Los Angeles Film School and was put on like a twisted carnival experience. 


     


     

  • 01:24

    Whoa Whoa Whoa goes boldly where no podcast has gone before!

    in Entertainment

    The leonard nimoy tribute episode!  We'll discuss his films and impact on pop culture!


    The 3rd avengers trailer came out!  Are you on the bandwagon or off the bandwagon?


    Johnny finally gets to weigh in on the Latos incident!  


    James Gun goes full Monty defending comic book movies! 


    Richard is super hungry and will probably eat during the show!

  • 01:02

    Episode 51

    in Radio

    Flimaker and activist MICHAEL MURPHY returns to the show to promote kick starting his third film. Michael is the creator of the 2 must-see films, "What in the world are they spraying?" and "Why in the world are they spraying?". 2 films exposing the chemtrail/geoengineering issue.


    a continuation of the real skyfall series. Part 4

  • 01:03

    The NFL Draft Podcast with Greg Cosell: The Quarterbacks

    in Football

    It's time to talk about the draft with Doug Farrar of Sports Illustrated, and Greg Cosell of NFL FIlms and ESPN's NFL Matchup. In the premiere episode of the 2015 draft podcasts, Greg and Doug go through the most exciting and intruiging quarterbacks in the 2015 draft class. 

  • 02:04

    What is the Essences of DREAMS ?

    in Dreams

    Some dreams feel so revelatory—if only returning to sleep would take us back there. It turns out, however, that our ability to shape our dreams is better than mere chance. In the blockbuster movie Inception, Dom Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his compatriots use drugs and psychological profiles to trigger specific dreams in people. Although the heavy sedation and level of detail incited are far-fetched, dream control isn't entirely a Hollywood fantasy.

    Techniques to control, or at least influence, our dreams have been shown to work in sleep experiments. We can strategize to dream about a particular subject, solve a problem or end a recurring nightmare. With practice we can also increase our chances of having a lucid dream, the sort of "dream within a dream" that Inception's characters regularly slip into.

    The ability to influence other people's sleep worlds is still crude. But emerging technologies raise the prospect that, at the very least, we'll get an idea of what others are dreaming about in real time.

  • 01:22

    Tomas Boykin

    in Entertainment

    Tomas Boykin invades The Phantom Zone with Nikki Meow & Jay Luna! He was born and raised in the "City of Brotherly Love," Philadelphia, PA. Growing up he enjoyed playing a musical instrument, painting, drawing, singing and dancing. He once stated, "We danced in our house. There were no wall flowers." He was encouraged to act as early as the 3rd grade. By the time he left college he had experienced "A Chorus Line," "Pippin," "Finian's Rainbow" and "Little Foxes" and many other musical productions. Today he has a slew of film and television credits under his belt including an award winning commercial that aired during Super Bowl 2015! We're looking forward to hearing all about his life, work and his love of music, and what he has coming up for all of us to feast our eyes upon! 

  • 00:45

    Slasher Studios Horror Podcast: Wes Craven

    in Movies

    On a special director themed episode of Slasher Studios Horror Podcast, our hosts Kevin Sommerfield and Andrew Beirl will be discussing their favorite and not so favorite films from director Wes Craven. Show starts tonight at 10PM central.

  • 01:00

    Meet Kadesh aka Desiree Coleman Jackson Singer/Actress

    in Music

    Kadesh aka Desiree Coleman Jackson earned national recognition when she starred in the classic and legendary, longest running off Broadway musical in American history "Moma I Want to Sing" where she showcased her 6 octave, pitch perfect range, singing before sold out crowds of thousands from coast to coast and even Japan. She was discovered and mentored by Patti Labelle who helped her to get her first record deal with Motown.  Since then Jackson has co-starred in many off Broadway plays as well as television shows, films and featured performances at many high profiled events. Kadesh is also the wife of NBA legendary point guard/former NBA coach and ESPN Sports Analyst Mark Jackson.
     

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