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EPISODE #047 - What About Bob?!
Written by Jonithan Patrick Russell
Rated U - for Universal Audiences!
The Botz have a new enemy, the infamous renegade Cypher Con, who wants to capture the Botz and use them as a slave labour force! Can the Botz evade capture and Cypher Con's underling, the mindlessly loyal D-Funct, by finishing the repairs to the Titan 1 and flying away from Planet Bob?! And if they do get the Titan 1 off the ground again, will Bob even allow them to leave?! (Duration: 35:36)
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The Great American Story
These are our stories told in a way you have never heard before. Host Bob Day entertains and informs his audience with little known facts and long forgotten stories about the iconic people and events that make up The Great American Story. Your audience will learn about the West's greatest stage coach driver, who turned out to be a woman. Where did the term "saved by the bell" and "the graveyard shift" come from? Bob Day shares the folk lore and true stories of our colorful past in a way that will keep your audience listening, one story after the next.
"The Great American Story with Bob Day" is Broadcast LIVE every Saturday from Noon-2(pst) from am1410KMYC and Sundays from 8-10 pm (pst) then, re-cast to the world via "BlogTalk Radio". All episodes of "The Great American Story" are Archived at www.thegreatamericanstorywithbobday.com .
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Thats right folks I will give up my set as host and turn it over for one night, to long time resarcher Randy Lodder. Randy has done field work in WA and has had experiences in Canada. Randy has been a soldier and tree planter and has had his first signting at age seven. The guys at the Big Thicket Watch will have a few questions for Randy too.
Tune in on this Sunday at 9pm central time the 28th. This should be a could show.
if you wonder whether you may be codependent, you’re not alone. Different types of people may behave in a codependent manner, and codependence manifests in varying degrees of severity. Not all codependents are unhappy, while others live in pain or quiet desperation. Codependency is not something you heal from and are forever done with, but you can enjoy yourself, your life, and your relationships. Should you choose to embark on recovery, you’re beginning an exciting and empowering journey.
In the book of Hebrews, chapter 11 and verse 10 we find that Abraham was “looking for a city which hath foundations, whose builder and maker is God.” Just as Abraham was looking for that eternal city, Christians should be looking for that city as well. The heaven born and heaven bound ought to be looking for heaven. Every Christian ought to be longing for heaven. Every Christian ought to be living for heaven. Billy Sunday said, “If we could get a real appreciation of what heaven is, we would all be so homesick for heaven the devil wouldn’t have a friend left on earth.”
Join host and Bible teacher James R. Rice as he expounds Revelation 21 through chapter 22 and verse 5. Are you "looking for that city"?
Who is your favorite classic poet, Poe, Wilde, Byron, Browning, Yeats, Keats, Kerouac, Dylan Thomas, perhaps even newer, Billy Collins, Mary Oliver, Kay Ryan? Read your favorite classic poet, read poems that inspire you, touch you, have special meaning. COME share in a celebration of our poetic history. You must first know from where you come, before you can know where you are going. Join us tonight for a very special episode of RE-VERSE CLASSIC POETRY OPEN MIC TIME: 4PM west coast / 7PM east coast time CALL IN NUMBER: (347) 327-9213
For the last Sunday of the month of July 2014 (July 27th 2014 at 11 PM Europe Time, 10 PM UK Time, 5 PM EST, 4 PM CST, 3 PM MST, 2 PM PST, Wacko Bob of the Wacko Radio Network will be pleased to produce the next episode of the Pet Keeping Magazine and Radio Show that is hosted by John Brandyberry and Willy the Beast Forrest. The topic of discussion for this episode will be the Catfish of South America with Jungle Jim Carmark of Reefs and Rivers. There will be a brief discussion about the earlier shows dealing with Corydoras and Plecostomus but there will be other catfish discussed on the program. Lince Catfish Artwork By Neil Myles
Host Bob Whelan Guests Chris Lutz and Ted Harrison
An informative, humorous, sometimes a little raucous, good-time of myth busting and honest training information from the trenches. We strive to help everyone involved with old school strength training (without steroids) to not make some common training mistakes. Along with great information, you'll hear a fair share of steroid bashing, flamingo sightings, breaking goons, iron game history, honest drug-free training information from various leaders and strength coaches in the field and results! If your primary training information comes from reading "Muscle & Fiction" magazine we'll help get you straightened out. If you love high-intensity strength training, dinosaur style training and just like lifting heavy weights ... or loved Jack Lalanne, Sandow, Grimek, Peary Rader's old Iron Man magazine, Stuart McRobert's Hardgainer, Osmo Kiiha's The Iron Master, you will love the show.
On this episode of Patriots Beat, Lead host Jeff Kane will be live from Patriots Training camp at Patriots Place at Gillette Stadium. Jeff will be joined by co-host Bob Snowdon. The duo will be talking with ESPNBoston.com Patriot Reporter Mike Reiss.
Training camp will be in its fourth day and full pads are the expected dress code.
Jeff will have his well trained eye on every aspect of the practice. From the one on one match ups to 11 on 11 drills every thing will be broken down.
How are things taken shape along the offensive line with rookies Bryan Stork, Joe Halipano, and Cameron Fleming? Is new offensive line coach Dave DeGuglielmo getting the most out of his players.
Darrelle Revis has shown up in practice and it s for more than his colorful cleats.
How are second year wide recievers working with Tom Brady.
Mike Reiss will join the crew to give his expert opinion on what has happened in the first four days of camp.
Whether its A Gap pressure, A cover two defense or a half back power, PatriotsBeat is sure to keep you up on everything. Dont Miss A Beat
hese capabilities present, however, merely one facet of HAARP's technology. Possible side effects that are just as frightening must also be considered. The fact is that, to date, no one completely understands how the ionosphere will react when it is impacted by these energy-rays. We must bear in mind that the ionosphere is very fragile. Together with the ozone layer, it protects the planet Earth and all life forms from the deadly rays of outer space. It is definitely possible that the additional energy-beams emitted by the HAARP program will not only disturb but actually destroy this sensitive system and the protective ozone layer.
Of course, the various military groups and their scientists refuse to acknowledge this danger as they cheerfully assume that nothing is going to happen. Consequently, they are proceeding with the project despite the warnings and, by the year 2003 there will be 180 antennas that will initiate this madness. Testing is in progress at present with approximately 60 completed antennas in operation. At the foothills of Alaska's mountain range, a forest of antennas is being built as a test site for radio warfare. Here is how it is supposed to work:
Above the ozone layer lies the fragile ionosphere, a gaseous stratum enriched with electric particles called ions. Scientists intend to heat up this ionosphere by using HAARP's powerful antennas so that bundled, high frequency radio waves can be shot into designated areas of the ionosphere. In turn, this will create artificially curved ion clouds which can function much like optical lenses. These lenses will be used to reflect the low frequency ELF waves. These vibrations can be used to determine the fix of an airplane, for example, but they are also useful for other disturbing and deadly objectives:
In June 1997 the German Research Agency for Aeronautics and Space Travel (DLR) announced the discovery of a small moon in close proximity to the asteroid Dionysus. This announcement of the two discoverer astronomers generated a small scientific sensation because the only previous irrefutable identification of an asteroidal moon had come from NASA's (National Aeronautic and Space Agency) space probe Galileo. The astronomers, Gerhard Hahn and Stefano Mottola from the Berlin Institute for the Research of Planets, were successful in discovering the moon because they noticed fluctuations of light as they were studying Dionysus. The theoretical likelihood of moons or other satellites orbiting asteroids has been predicted now for quite some time.