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Coverage of the Conference Championship games today, discussion of Aaron's Volleyball Team's first tournament, a crapload of douche bags, and an epic tale of Hitchhiking woe. We'll finish the show with our lists of the Top 7 Kurt Russell Movies.
Typhoon, Tuberculosis, Medical Bags...
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In this episode of the Doom and Bloom(tm) Survival Medicine Hour, Joe Alton, M.D., and Amy Alton, A.R.N.P., aka Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy, discuss the Phillipine typhoon, Tuberculosis outbreaks among recent immigrants, choosing the right bag to put your medical supplies in, some myths about how much water you need, and what if the you-know-what doesn’t hit the fan?
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Wide variety of the usual ass clownery.
Owner, Laura Lundy, of Slipped Stitch Studios is joining Marly Bird to talk about her fantastic project bags! Great for knitters and crocheters.
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Indian Lake Artisans
Decade by Drew Emborsky
Bijou Basin Ranch
Buffalo Wool Co.
Green Mountain Spinnery
Join me as I have a conversation with the organization Brown Bags for Solidarity and Shawn Joyner, How and why this organization was founded and we will discuss protesting with our dollar. How when we as a community protest with our pockets it can bring about change.
By now everyone has a go bag or something like it and if you don't you should. This isn't going to be a preachy episode about having one. If you do great. If you don't, hey we are all in the food chain and some of us don't enter it at the top. This isn't about what to pack in the standard Go Bag, there are plenty of prepper shows, podcasts, books and alleged experts out there to help you with that. This is about one thing and one thing only, prepping to survive.
Why prepping to survive? Because everyone takes food, medicinces, waterproof matches....YAWN....do you have what you need to escape and evade a roadblock? Do you have what you need to go into town to do laundry? Get fuel? Not get caught? What if you get pulled over by Dudly Do Right or a citizen patrol and find yourself at risk? Do you have the tools to get out of this mess? No, I'm not talking about your 1911 or AR15, I'm talking about the kinds of things that allow for you to escape and evade, set up secure perimeters, defend yourself, pack up and move on, taking these things with you....do you have them? No? Tune in tonight and come back and listen as often as you need to. This could become a two part show, with the second part featuring traveling in groups.
Come with me if you want to be free.
Our Good friend and co host of Body Bags and Secret Case Files and author of Blood Stains the Book has been kind enough to let us play the 36 minute free preview of the audiobook version of Blood Stains. Also if that is not enough for you if you are just a friend or fan of Jeff you can keep listening after the preview and hear our episode of Body Bags and Secret Case Files were we talk about could HH Holmes and Jack the Ripper be the same person. Almost 2 hours of entertainment for you all to enjoy.
OUR GUEST TONIGHT IS TODD NEISS, FOUNDER OF THE AMERICAN PRIMATE FOUNDATION AND HOST OF BEACHFOOT. TODD HAS BEEN AN ACTIVE BIGFOOT RESEARCHER FOR OVER 20 YEARS. HIS LIFE CHANGED WHEN HE FOUND HIMSELF LOOKING AT, NOT ONE, BUT THREE BIGFOOT WHILE CONDUCTING MILITARY EXPLOSIVES TRAINING ON THE OREGON COAST. HIS SIGHTING WAS CORROBORATED BY THREE FELLOW SOLDIERS WHO ALSO WITNESSED THE BIGFOOT. TONIGHT TODD WILL VISIT WITH US ABOUT HIS ENCOUNTER AND SHARE THE IMPORTANCE OF UTILIZING "GO BAGS" IN THE FIELD.
As the host of SevsDeadSerious I am astonished by the amount of time and ink (GB in the space age I think) spent breaking down, discussing, watching, wishing (this would involve an entire spectrum of emotions depending on viewpoint and level of cynicism) and salivating over for any of a million reasons from horn dog to trophy bitch and all matter in between. Does the public need to be continually reminded that Justin is a little douche bag; do we need to watch the further misadventures and responsibility void of Amanda; has Kim's ass changed all that much over the many years I have learned to loath her while still admitring her ability to still give me an erection; and for God's sake must we watch another episode of Lindsay in her drug-addled (you name it she either did, is doing it, or will be doing it), talentless to a degree that turns bad into a spectacle life as a cum-recptacle for anyone willing to endure her for the prescribed time. Frankly, I love it...even when my life hits those bumps in the road I don't have to do it in front of someone like me. Face it, the host is an asshole
in Pop Culture
The first half of our show we will be interviewing Garage FX.
The Second half we will be talking to the crew at Comic & Media Expo 2014.
Our two related clans, the Caldwells and the Fowers, have been creating costumes for ourselves, our kids, and others for decades. The majority of that art form is inspired by comics and the notion of a Hero or Heroine. Most everyone wants to be a Hero to someone. So, why not get the chance to dress up like one every once in a while? We wanted to make sure anyone could have that chance so we started "Garage FX". The concept is this: Teach others how to simply make great Cosplay (Costume Play) works of art using everyday items you can find in your garage or hardware store. Since we began this effort, we have created projects from Venom to Predator to Spawn (in many forms). Inspired by huge demand at past comic conventions our latest efforts have been making movie-prop worthy Halo Spartan Armor as well as those pizza eating Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. All pieces are made from the foam floor mats you step on in your garage, old plastic buckets, pool floats, PVC pipe, burlap bags, Elmer's glue, chicken wire, packing Styrofoam and more. For the more intense student we even teach how to make your own patterns, sew elaborate costumes and cast latex and silicon masks and props. We love what we do at Garage FX! Feel free to stop by our web page to learn for free how to make something from nearly nothing or come to one of our weekly “Make-and-Takes” workshops here in the Phoenix Valley.
Liz Callaway is a Tony®Nominee and Emmy Award-winning actress, singer and recording artist, who loves to talk about her favorite subject - being a mom! She will be here on Thursday, September 25th on The Mompreneur Model Show here on Word of Mom Radio - the show for Mompreneurs - the NEW business woman.
Liz made her Broadway debut in Stephen Sondheim's Merrily We Roll Along, received a Tony Award nomination for her performance in Baby, and for five years, won acclaim as Grizabella in Cats. Liz sang the Academy Award nominated song, "Journey to the Past" in the animated feature Anastasia and is also the singing voice of Princess Jasmine in Disney's Aladdin and the King of Thieves and The Return of Jafar. Liz has 5 solo recordings: Passage of Time, The Beat Goes On, The Story Goes On, Anywhere I wander, and her new Christmas album Merry and Bright.
Join us on the 25th and as Liz shares a song or two and so much more! Follow here on Twitter at @LizGoesOn and on Facebook @LizCallawayOfficial. Give us a call at 646 595 3163 and join the conversation.
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