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On this ongoing, weekending, episode of UNDERSTANDING THE FINAL ENDTIMES we continue studying the newest updates on the CYBORGS and ROBOTICS movements with still more Google Acquistions to its ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE INVENTORY! From there we chat about the NSA SPYING ON EVERYTHING in our BIG BROTHER ORWELLIAN WATCHERS file. Then we talk about the MAJOR COLD SNOW STORMS that Hit in this final week in January 2014 and some the NEW RECORDS that were broken! Is this further evidence of the LITTLE ICE AGE, as the PITT GROUNDHOG has seen his shadow for still 6 more weeks of winter? Then we wrap this one up with potential MAGNETIC POLE SHIFTS upon the earth, since they have already flipped upon the Sun, just recently! We also conclude this one with the latest updates on SIGNS OF NOAHS TIMES with various FLASH FLOODS worldwide and VIOLENCE IN BRAZIL... All this and more on this Part 1 episode... GET IN THE KNOW! STAY INFORMED!... [Sorry no call-in time on this episode]...
Join Amy, Jess, and Lucia as they discuss the last 2 episodes of Lost Girl. In “La Fae Epoque,” the gang bands together to free Dyson, enlisting the help of an Oracle and a Red String of Fate. And it only gets crazier from there. In the super wonky episode, Bo experiences Dyson’s memories, with parts played by very familiar faces. We also see flashbacks to when Dyson and Trick first met. Next week, in “Groundhog Fae,” Bo is trapped in a time loop, à la Groundhog Day. Meanwhile, a mysterious package causes tension between Dyson and Lauren. What else is new?
Here we go again. It's time for another war. This is getting old. It's like that Bill Murray movie Groundhog Day, where everything just keeps repeating. Let's see...weapons of mass destruction...an evil dictator...hmm. Yep, here it comes: cruise missles at a millon dollars a pop, no fly zones, gradual escalation, then send in the troops. There's not much left of Iraq, so let's do Syria!
This show is named "Call to Action" for a reason. Let's get mobilized and let those weasels in Washington know that we have had enough. It is not America's job to police the world, all the while killing people and using our own weapons of mass destruction--depleted uranium weapons, for instance. Look at who has a motive to deploy nerve gas. Hint: it's not the Syrian government.
Don't forget rallies for Obama's impeachment. See if there is an event near you.
Call to Action is a regular weekly To-Do List of upcoming events for the week that enumerates critical things that you need to do right now to preserve our constitutional rights, protect freedom, and ensure your personal safety. If you are an early bird on the east coast, or a night owl on the left coast, you can call in to the live show and give us your two cents worth. What do you think is important this week?
Join author Anthony Peake for "The Anthony Peake Conscioousness Hour"
Special Guest: Screenwriter Danny Rubin
Danny Rubin is an American screenwriter, actor, lecturer, celebrity blogger, and most notably the screenwriter of the modern classic Groundhog Day
When astrologers get together and talk about Mercury retrograde they invariably talk about going backwards, repeating, and frustration as mechnical things break, phone calls get missed and communications is a general mess. What will happen during this Mercury retrograde? Mercury starts the retrograde in late Pisces and moves backwards through Aquarius where issues of global security and tolerance are highlighted. Tune in and learn about this particular event and how it impacts your life. Call for reading during second half of the show.
On this week’s edition of Scottscope Talk Radio, the roundtable reviews Edge of Tomorrow! Is it just another generic Tom Cruise flick, or is it something altogether different? Does it mark the beginning of a major comeback for Tom Cruise? Could it be this generation’s answer to The Matrix? Might it even be this summer’s best kept secret? Is it truly as smart as some reviews are letting on? Does a sci-fi actioner such as this truly have any mass appeal? Will gamers and hardcore genre fans relate to it more than the average movie goer?
We’ll also be reviewing 22 Jump Street! Is it as funny as the original? Is it just another tired retread in the vein of Ghostbusters 2 and Another 48 hours? Does it manage to avoid the curse that befalls just about every comedy sequel ever made? Do the Jump Street films offer Ice Cube the perfect chance to subvert the persona he’s cultivated throughout his rap career? Is he the perfect parody of the proverbial “Angry Black Boss”?
We’ll also be having a belated 30th anniversary celebration for Ghostbusters! Does it still hold up after all these years? Is it the most inspired and unique comedy of its era? Might it also be the most endearing? Can it be considered the single greatest achievement in the filmographies of all involved? Is its brand of humor more layered and subtle than even its biggest fans realize? Does it offer Bill Murray’s single best comedy performance? Would Eddie Murphy have been woefully miscast as Winston Zeddmore? Should a third Ghostbusters film even be made? Would such an endeavor be in poor taste now that Harold Ramis has passed on?
This week the Black Geeks review "Edge of Tomorrow" starring Tom Cruise & Emily Blunt, directed by Doug Liman.
"An officer finds himself caught in a time loop in a war with an alien race. His skills increase as he faces the same brutal combat scenarios, and his union with a Special Forces warrior gets him closer and closer to defeating the enemy." From IMDb
It's been described as "Groundhog's Day" meets "Oblivion". Tune in to see whether this summer blockbuster lives up to the hype!
Okay, the big game's over, and Punxatawney Phil has given us SIX MORE WEEKS of winter! Find out how we feel about this and how the Super Bowl went...if the commercials weren't better first!
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“Weather” or not spring comes early this year, you can always count on six more weeks of Talk On The Rocks… and then some!
Jamie & Mike will be bringing it on Wednesday night (February 2, 2011) at 9pm EST with another dose of entertainment and fun!
Some of the stuff they’ll be talking about:
* Did Punxsutawney Phil see his shadow? Does it matter to you?
* Crazy Groundhog Day traditions and events around the country
* The Drink of the Night pays tribute to Groundhog Day
* The classic movie “Groundhog Day” starring Bill Murray. How many times have you seen it? What were you doing in 1993 when it came out?
* And as always… much more!
Join us for a fun Wednesday night on Talk On The Rocks!
I am hosting 40 year comedy vet Rick Overton. Rick is a former client of mine and I remember him as Robin Williams's go to guy in late night Improvasation breakouts at....The IMPROV on Melrose. He has starred in numerous HBO and Showtime specials and has had countless TV stand up appearances. He played The Drake on “Seinfeld” and Pam’s Dad on “The Office.” He currently recurs on Adult Swim’s “Children Hospital,” ABC’s “Last Man Standing,” TNT’s “Leverage” and recently guest starred on “The League,” “The Middle,” “The Kroll Show,” and “Newsreaders.” Rick has also guested on classic TV series like “Lost,” “E.R.,” “Made About You” and “Married With Children.” On the big screen, he has worked with A-list directors like Ron Howard, Chris Columbus, Harold Ramis, Jay Roach, and Steven Soderberg, with roles in films like “Bad Teacher,” “The Informant,” “Dinner for Schmucks,” “Cloverfield,” “Groundhog Day,” “Mrs. Doubtfire,” and “Willow.” He also has an Emmy Award for writing on HBO’s “Dennis Miller Live.” Rick is currently a semi-regular contributor to the Huffington Post and hosts a popular podcast called “Overview” that is available on iTunes.
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