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  • 01:58

    Day Drinking: SuperBowls, Puppy Bowls, Kitty Bowls & throwing Trumper Tantrums

    in Comedy

    Are you ready for the superbowl weekend? Who do you think will win? This week on MisAdventures of my Hysterical Life we will discuss the superbowl, puppy bowl, and kitty bowl. We will also talk about the twitter war between Cruz and Trump, and what is a Trumper Tantrum? Do you ever go on your friends Facebook page and share their photos? Do you share there selifes? Well apparently a friend of mine is tripping because someone has shared her profile pictures. We also have a new segment called years.  Its where you tweet me a year and we I talk about where I was what I was doing and we also try and guess what year it is. All this tonight and more tune in turn on and be ready for some fun stuff. 

  • 01:30

    The Sam Mines Sports Show

    in Sports

    It's time for the Super Bowl! And that means game predicitions, prop bets and analysis leading up to the big game between the Broncos and the Panthers in San Fran. But before we do all of that we also have the Iowa caucus' to discuss, the NHL All Star Game, the Puppy Bowl and our conspiracy of the week. It's an extra long episode of the Sam Mines Sports Show so make ure not to miss it...or listen to it later, it doesn't really matter. 

  • 01:37

    1DimitriRadio: Donald Trump losing it. Hillary lost it. Santorum sounds lost

    in News

    Dimitri’s Opening Monologue 

    Donald Trump has not changed his fatal flaw of thinking, even though the New Hampshire primary is a few days away. He still acts as if his political campaign is a reality TV show. Unbelievable! And speaking of unbelievable, Hillary Clinton gives a stunningly lame answer to a question about her massive Wall Street speaking fees.

    Maybe she had a hard-knock life? ~ Jay-Z

    Listen to RINO Rick Santorum on MSNBC struggle - struggle hopelessly - to name one accomplishment of the candidate he just endorsed, Sen Marco Rubio. Morning Joe team laughs at him! And ISIS terrorism now includes kangaroos (S-word just got real.)

    First segment

    Liz Peek, columnist, commentator, cutie (a regular guest on Fox Business Channel shows), tries to help me understand the wild-and-wacky world of presidential politics these days from Iowa coin-fills to stabbings to fresh clothes in Florida to, um, Bubble Boy. This is how we pick our leader?!

  • 00:53

    Dropping the "A" Word - Moving From Contemplation to Action

    in Lifestyle

    We get a lot of emails from people saying they are still drinking but are concerned they may have a problem, or are trying not to drink and listen to this show as one of their tools. We are so grateful that the show helps people on their journey towards, or in, sobriety.  One pattern we see is that the arc of contemplating “am I or aren’t I an alcoholic?” looks very similar for most people.  This is especially true of people who are earlier on in this process and who have yet to experience many outward ramifications from their drinking.

    We can spend a lot of time thinking about whether or not we are truly an alcoholic, and this is an obstacle to taking action about your drinking.

    So we thought it would be helpful to talk about what this contemplative arc looks like, for many people, and provide a few resources that can be helpful in finding community that can help (because, as we talk about all the time on this show, community is the key to getting sober).

  • 01:14

    Perspectives on Freemasonry

    in Lifestyle

    The year our country was born, 1867 Canada had a population of 3.4million.  After WW1, as leaders arrived in Paris to redraft the borders of Europe and end war forever we were 8,300,000. At the end of WW11, the second largest country by land mass had grown to 12million citizens. And today  we are only 35.3million; 11% the size of US and slightly more than half the size of UK's 65million. Except for a growth bubble after WW11, interest in freemasonry has been fairly steady. Economists told us that  economic stability depended on a growing population- more people gainfully employed producing and spreading the tax base. Sociologists and political leaders have known for decades that immigration has been below the growth required.  But what has this to do with freemasonry?  Everything and nothing. The pool has become shallower. To replenish our numbers we did what any old firm might do and held fast relying on the appeal of our brand.  What we didn't calculate were the unassailable social and cultural changes that  made us compete in the marketplace of popular opinion. Many factors congealed and bumped us off our pedestal. And we have only ourselves to blame for our struggle to get ahead of the curve. One might think the drop off of membership  might reenergize us to challenge the trends, to objectively understand what has been happening and adjust accordingly. Even though we are chaffing, it is no easy matter for this old firm to modernize. The facts revealed the folly.   It isn't a matter of 'if' we modernize but when and how? We need to be cosmopolitan; we need to be colour blind; we need to be secular; we need to show intelligence and confidence. Confidence happens when we have the necessary courage to act.   Intelligence we reveal in the way we design and conduct ourselves. Has age made us that timid? 


  • 00:26

    Student Loans, College Size and English Degrees (with Doughroller's Rob Berger)

    in Business

    Who better to help us tackle today's topics than Mr. Doughroller.net, Rob Berger (...and the Doughroller podcast, too!) Does it matter whether you attend an online university or a name brand college? Is student loan debt the next big bubble? Is an English degree a great gift to help you begin life?

    We tackle these important topics and more with regular panelists Greg McFarlane (Control Your Cash & Investopedia) and Paula Pant (AffordAnything).

    Thanks to MagnifyMoney.com and SoFi for sponsoring today's podcast!

  • 02:00

    #GOP #Trump #Cruz #Birther battle. #Hillary wall-of-sound fail. China meltdown?

    in News

    Noon to 12:40pm

    The Donald Trump/Ted Cruz birther battle at the Thursday GOP debate. Trump shows humanity when talking about NYC. Hillary Clinton’s Ted Kennedy presidential moment on MSNBC Morning Joe. Mika giggles

    12:40 to 1:25pm

    Panic time about latest China syndrome financial meltdown? Pete Holloway and Walker Holloway (really smart financial guys) of Hazlett, Burt & Watson investment services give good advice

    1:25 to 1:55pm

    Pittsburgh comic John Knight from the “Rox” is aggravated

    1:55 to 2pm

    DimitriGraffiti™ Callers can say anything legal but must not interact with the host

  • 02:00

    Hard Starboard Radio: The Last Obama SOTU Show?

    in Politics Conservative

    The Hillary bubble; Rail shipments indicate U.S. heading for deeper depression; Nearly half of 2015 California drivers licenses went to illegal aliens; Hillary Clinton e-mails sought to foment new Palestinian Intifada; Slaughter of Christians in the Middle East: 'This is genocide'; Joe Biden endorses Bernie Sanders on Barack Obama's behalf; Donald Trump, The Great Unifier; and the last (?) Obama SOTU Show: “I don’t believe people should be able to own guns.

  • 01:01

    Heavenly Sunlight

    in Religion

    1 Samuel Chapter 16 King James Version

    This is the rest of the Story of God's Judgerment On King Saul for his disobedence, God Has Rejected  Saul as King. Saul was a great man when he was in the will of God, But like many great men pride, greed self importance brought about their down fall.

    Psalm 42:11 Why are you cast down,O my soul? And why are you disquited within me? Hope in God; For I shalt yet praise Him,The help of my countenance and my God.


    We build our future plans and hopes, upon the transient life,And then once the bubble burst,Our day if filled with strife.



  • 00:05

    WebbWeaver books Proudly Presents: Author Lucie Novak

    in Books


    A Woman with (No) Strings Attached~

       Lucie had always found skiing far more exciting than sex. That is until one day, the sex got better. For years she had thought orgasm was an unattainable myth, but after a lifetime of boring, conventional sex with her husband, the 58 year old family doctor discovers an entirely new side to her personality. She joins an internet site for adults looking to meet for sex just for sex's sake, not connected with love, or meant as a gift for the other person. Unusually, this was the idea of Lucie's new American partner Tom, who lives apart from her in New York. Tom has voyeuristic tendencies and he is excited by her detailed reports as she contacts, meets, and sexually explores a variety of men. Tom and Lucie in her guise as her alter ego, Adrienne, delight in uncovering this daring and unconventional new aspect to her character. Both are having fun, but will Tom always accept Lucie's erotic liaisons, or is the bubble destined to burst? A Woman with (No) Strings is an unusual and explicit memoir of one average woman's journey to not-so-average sexual enlightenment.

  • 02:01

    Left Agenda & Progress Toward Democracy

    in Politics

    1st hr.--'Left Agenda w/ Stewart Alexander'
    2nd hr.-'Progress Toward Democracy w/ Brian Stetten and Ruthann Amarteifio'
    X On 'Left Agenda with Stewart Alexander', Bob Maschi joins us once again.
    Stewart and Bob will be discussing:' Subjects Frequently Missed in the State Of The Union Address'
    President Barack Obama will deliver his final State Of The Union Address this Tuesday, presenting a theatrical performance outlining a less than objective view of U.S. politics at home and the U.S. role in international affairs.
    However, Stewart and Bob will discuss the state of the union for the 1% and for the 99%.They will also speak of how the U.S. government has chosen war and aggression as opposed to achieving world peace.
    If you believe the state of the union has improved under the leadership of President Obama, the Democrats, and Republicans, you may want to miss THIS show. 
    X Daily Kos has this to say about our guest on 'Progress Toward Democracy......'
    "Tim Canova was an early critic of financial deregulation and the Federal Reserve under Alan Greenspan.  In the 1980s, he wrote critically of the federal bailout of Continental Illinois, the nation’s seventh largest commercial bank, and the collapse of the savings & loan industry.  In the 1990s, prior to the Asian currency contagion, he argued against the liberalization of capital accounts.  Throughout the Bush administration, he warned of an impending crisis in the bubble economy.  Since 2008, he has lectured and written widely on the causes and consequences of the present economic and financial crisis."
    Tim is running against Debbie Wasserman-Schultz in the 23rd District of Florida---Hopefully this will be the end of this woman being in a position of power!!