• 00:15

    The Jeff Foxx Show with New Hip Hop Artist Mic Skylez

    in Entertainment

    Rap artist Mic Skylez  Now!!! on the Jeff Foxx Radio Show Online. Hit link to listen to interview


    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thejefffoxxradioshow/2014/11/04/the-jeff-foxx-show-with-new-hip-hop-artist-mic-skylez


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    Born in Brooklyn, raised in Queens, influenced by Biggie,Tupac, DMZ, 50 Cent &  Snoop Dogg, Mic Skylez is a lyrical force to be reckoned with. Hear all about what Mic Skylez has  in store for us TODAY on the Jeff Foxx Radio Show Online. 


     


    Contact Mic Skylez 


     


    MiC SkyLeZ


    FB- https://m.facebook.com/siccer.than.ur.average


    FB Music Pg- https://m.facebook.com/MiCSkyLeZ


    IG- http://instagram.com/mic_skylez


    Soundcloud- http://m.soundcloud.com/Scylez


    Reverbnation- http://www.reverbnation.com/micskylez


    New Video- http://youtu.be/WIsbPhH-aF4


     


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  • 01:00

    Mark Heathco and Call Sing Purple Three

    in Military

    Veteran who is getting ready into turning his book into a feature film, soon! Mark is a veteran from Korea and has conducted various patrols on the DMZ South Korea. 


    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Call-Sign-purple-Three/1441575162723884?ref=profile

  • 00:43

    WebbWeaver Books Proudly Presents: Author Dusty Trimmer

    in Books

    CONDEMNED PROPERTY?:


      A stark look at Vietnam Veterans, the War and how We let Them down. This is a Call To Duty for everyone to thank your Veterans today, and a reminder to the media and politicians to value every soldier as if they were their own sons and daughters. Without a nation's support, soldiers cannot survive.
    - Brian Williams; Major, U.S. Army
    Veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom (Iraq) and Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan)

      "Dusty" Earl Trimmer came down to see me in Columbus, Ohio in March 1968, just a couple days before he was scheduled to leave for Vietnam. I was at Ohio State University and living in the Delta Chi Fraternity House. At the time I thought that I was a little something just because I was pledge class president and a member of the Ohio State wrestling team...that was before I received letters from Nam, from Dusty...before he earned his many military medals/accolades. Then I saw how small I was in comparison...and how small some of my buddy All-Americans at other universities were in comparison to what Dusty and his Nam-mates were doing. I have known "Dusty" Earl Trimmer, who is the author of Condemned Property? Soldiers of the Vietnam War for over forty years. If I could only use three words to describe him, they would be: passionate, fearless, and straightforward. This description and more is why I recommend his book as "must reading" for anyone...veteran and non-veteran alike that wants greater insights into the truths about the Vietnam War, it's devastating aftermath, and how combat soldiers and those who love them are coping with both...today. I have read it twice. It will move you, teach you, motivate you and it may change you because you read it.
    - Gary Ockunzzi; Lifelong Friend
    Korean DMZ Conflict Veteran, U.S. Navy 

  • 01:00

    Jim Shelton, USAF SR-71 Pilot (Retired) edited

    in Technology

    Jim Shelton entered the Air Force's Aviation Cadet Program in 1955, receiving his wings in December 1956.  His first assignment was flying the F-86-F in Korea.  In 1958 he was assigned to the B-47 program.  He spent 5 ½ years flying the B-47 from Orlando FL and Lincoln NE, with many deployments to Europe.  


    In October 1964 he flew the F-102 in preparation for flying the B-58 Mach 2 SAC bomber.  He flew the B-58 for 2 ½ years before being selected for the SR-71 Program.  


    In November 1967 he arrived at Beale and started flying the SR-71 in July 1968.  He flew the aircraft for six years accruing 911 hours.  


    He flew operational missions over North Viet Nam, North Korea, the periphery of China, the DMZ area of Korea and the first Middle East mission in September 1973. 


    He received 2 Distinguished Flying Crosses and 7 Air Medals for the operational missions flown.  


    He had several staff positions at Beale AFB and retired as the Director of Reconnaissance for 15th Air Force at March AFB in 1980.  


    After retiring, he worked for the Lockheed Company's Skunk Works in the Logistic Support Division for the F-117 Stealth Fighter and retired from there in 1991.


    Podcast on location from March Field Air Museum, Riverside, CA

  • 01:00

    Jim Shelton, USAF SR-71 Pilot (Retired)

    in Business

    Jim Shelton entered the Air Force's Aviation Cadet Program in 1955, receiving his wings in December 1956.  His first assignment was flying the F-86-F in Korea.  In 1958 he was assigned to the B-47 program.  He spent 5 ½ years flying the B-47 from Orlando FL and Lincoln NE, with many deployments to Europe.  


    In October 1964 he flew the F-102 in preparation for flying the B-58 Mach 2 SAC bomber.  He flew the B-58 for 2 ½ years before being selected for the SR-71 Program.  


    In November 1967 he arrived at Beale and started flying the SR-71 in July 1968.  He flew the aircraft for six years accruing 911 hours.  


    He flew operational missions over North Viet Nam, North Korea, the periphery of China, the DMZ area of Korea and the first Middle East mission in September 1973. 


    He received 2 Distinguished Flying Crosses and 7 Air Medals for the operational missions flown.  


    He had several staff positions at Beale AFB and retired as the Director of Reconnaissance for 15th Air Force at March AFB in 1980.  


    After retiring, he worked for the Lockheed Company's Skunk Works in the Logistic Support Division for the F-117 Stealth Fighter and retired from there in 1991.


    Podcast on location from March Field Air Museum, Riverside, CA

  • 00:07

    Mike Carr: Finding a Job With Financial Info; Korean Border and Investing

    in News

    WE’RE TALKING INVESTING AND USING BIG DATA.  THERE IS PLENTY OF INFORMATION OUT THERE FOR YOU.  WE TALKED ABOUT THE ISM REPORT IN ANOTHER SEGMENT.  THE ISM REPORT IS FREE AT I-S-M DOT W-S. BUT YOU SHOULD READ OTHER REPORTS – LIKE THE JOBS REPORT.  WE’RE TALKING WITH MICHAEL CARR OF PEAK PROFITS REPORT DOT-COM.  AND HE SAYS IF YOU EXAMINE THE JOBS REPORT – AND NOT LISTEN TO THE MEDIA REPORTS – YOU MIGHT FIND A JOB OR AT LEAST MAKE YOUR JOB SEARCH MORE EFFICIENT.


     


    “I would say read those reports.  Don’t take for granted what the news article says.  Read jobs report.  See trends where you are more likely to get a job. What everyone is saying does drive the stock market.”


     


    IRONICALLY I HEAR THE SAME ADVICE FROM MY INTEL SOURCES.  THEY SAY READ AND WATCH EVEN THE EXTREMIST POINT OF VIEW – NOT TO AGREE WITH THEM – BUT TO SEE WHAT THE DIFFERENT OPINIONS AND IDEAS ARE THAT COULD AFFECT YOU.  MIKE CARR HAS A GREAT STORY – YOU WILL HEAR IN A MOMENT – ABOUT USING DATA CORRECTLY WHILE HE WAS IN THE MILITARY ON THE NORTH AND SOUTH KOREA BORDER.  WE GOT TO THAT STORY WHEN I ASKED HIM ABOUT WHAT NEWS ORGANIZATIONS HE THINKS WE SHOULD PAY MORE ATTENTION TO.


     


    “What I would recommend if you’re an investor you have to read Bloomberg. Reports are long but important to read what Bloomberg thinks.  Investors.com and MoneyNews.com employ factcheckers.  Different spin to the news but the numbers are accurate.  His experience in North Korea explains how group think can cause problems.  Look at the data and understand what happened.  China slowdown based on concrete. You can interpret events in a different way.”


     

  • 00:33

    Open Mic: More Jive Talkin'

    in Comedy

    Hand-Crafted News,Comedy and Commentary live and direct from beautiful, downtown Monologue City, just south of the DMZ! 

  • 00:40

    Open Mic: Persisting in the Folly

    in Comedy

    Hand-Crafted Comedy and Commentary from Monologue city, just south of the DMZ. Always Fresh!

  • 00:47

    Open Mic: Now What?

    in Comedy

    Hand-Crafted News, Comedy and Commentary live and direct from Monologue City, just south of the DMZ. Often Imitated. Never Duplicated.

  • 00:33

    Open Mic: Monday Mayhem

    in Comedy

    Hand-Crafted Comedy and Commentary live and direct from Monologue City, just south of the DMZ. Fresh Daily! 

  • 00:50

    Open Mic: Sunday Report

    in Comedy

    Hand-Crafted Comedy and Commentary from Monologue City, just south of the DMZ. Semi-Daily!

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