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This is Beyond the Airwaves: The Infinity Project, where we go beyond the mainstream media and tackle issues that don't seem so important to the major networks.
Sure, there are the stories filled with the stupid idiots, but there are also the stories that will actually make you feel good, like a Georgia football player joining a book club with women a generation older than him and two high school seniors vowing to make their longtime friend the true homecoming queen. We'll have some stories that'll make you smile and even laugh. We'll also check out other things circulating around the day going into the weekend.
Ikari Chaos-San is the founder and creator. Shirley is truly the Oddball Extreme. Janet is our resident Arizona Magician. Tim is the Tokusatsu Master. Heather is Queen Kitty Serenity. MikeBoyens is our video game wizard. We'll also have guest appearances by our friends from the MAD HOUSE, so come and listen in!
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Look Good! Feel Good! with Debra Norwood, Laughter Lawyer USA. Todays show: BECOMING A HERO; Finding Your Inner Strength. Debra interviews Amanda Habok, a brave young lady who as a young woman began to experience excruciating back pain and was eventually diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis. Finding herself only able to crawl at one point, Amanda decided that she could at least crawl around her garden and dig around the flowers. With every thrust of her gardening tool into the rich Canadian soil she shoveled, she discoverd two amazing things: The healing power of nature and deep wells of strength within her. A self -professed lover of humor and laughter, Amanda claims she laughs at least 100 times a day! Nominated for Becoming a Hero in our 2014 series of Becoming a Hero:Thriving in Sub-Zero Attitudes, stories of Courage and Resilience, Amanda's story will be included in a series published by Laughter Lawyer USA in a chapter entitled Finding Your Inner Strength through Nature. Listen in today, for a story of courage, humor and laughter, and the healing balm NATURE! Music:Carla Ulbrich,TheSinging Patient
For more information of how you can nominate someone for the Becoming a Hero; or to nominate yourself; contact DebraNorwood, Laughter Lawyer USA on Facebook, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow Debra on Twitter@laughterlawyeru
this Wednesday 1/28/15 at 8pm EST. Some Good Craic is back with Craic Head Mike and Jonny Ra . And special guest Tony Duggins from the Chicago Irish /punk band THE TOSSERS .
The south side of Chicago has a tough working class reputation, it’s also known for one of the largest populations of Irish people this side of the Emerald Isle. So it’s not entirely incongruous that a hard luck kid from the south side of town would choose to play traditional Irish folk music in pubs around the neighborhood. At 18, Anthony (T.) Duggins, was doing just that – playing pub favorites and covers of greats like Christy Moore, and Ewan MacColl. Before long his brother and his best friends were playing the original songs he had written as well, and so became The Tossers. The name was taken from an old slang term used for worthless British coins in Sean O’Casey’s play The Plough and the Stars. The coins became useless after the southern Irish Free State won independence from Britain, and started to print it’s own currency. The term tosser has since come to mean wanker, or it’s American equivalent, jag off.
Its Wednesday!! So its time to sit with #Ibeauty #MissSweetHeat and #Tiff once again. Tonight we will share tips to enhance your love life, or even better in the bedroom, according to what YOU are saying.Also, we have returning Guest Mr Nick Sylvester the star of new film "Making Love" which makes its debut in Atlanta Ga Feb 8th.Later in the show,make sure you stay tuned for #ManTAlk101" to hear what Kim and Vince are up to, and what surprises they have up their sleeve. We cant wait, so get ready, we are hitting the MAINSTAGE at 8pm eastern at 845-241-9898, or listen at www.blogtalkradio.com/Iammeradio Exclusive on #Iammeradi
Conventional wisdom tells us that before we do something, we first need to feel like doing it or feel like the kind of person who would do that sort of thing. And in order to feel like doing something, the thinking goes, you need to get in the right mindset, “find yourself,” or discover your “deep inner truth.”
So young men following conventional wisdom drift through life waiting until they feel like a man before they take their place in the circle of men. They believe that at some magical moment in the future, they’ll feel like a grown man, and once that happens they’ll finally have the motivation to start doing manly things. Or they read books, meditate about masculinity, and attend weekend men’s retreats, hoping that they’ll start to feel like a man through pondering manhood. But they don’t seem to make much progress. Sure, they have their moments of inspiration, but when the retreat is over or the book is finished, they’re back to feeling insecure about their status as men.
But the problem with conventional wisdom on how a person “becomes” is that it doesn’t work. At least not very well. Nine times out of ten you won’t magically start feeling like a man by simply thinking about becoming a man. So how can you start feeling like the man you’ve always wanted to be? By following the advice given by both ancient philosophers and modern psychologists: to feel like a man, you have to act like a man.
Work for the best America ever. A 19th century America won't do. A 20th century America won't do. Let's do this 21st century America thing right. Not a 20th century or 19th century America of old. My works are for prosperity for working class adults and children of our nation. I work for a 21st Century America where children born today will not face segregation and racism 54years from today. My works are for a 21st century America where all children will know American history and no child will feel quilt or undue pride toward the actions or lack thereof of their ancestors. I work for an America where all our nations children will feel protected in their homes, in streets, in schools, in parades, in places of worship. We can get there from here. With faith and with work, all Americans will be free to prosper according to their faith and their works. Prosperity is available for all only in a 21st century America. Join me this day!
Recently a woman in Houston, Texas kept a promise that she made to herself. She promised herself that if she didn't find the right man by age 40 that she would marry herself. So she did so. It was a rather elaborate ceremony from what I could see. What are your thoughts? Chime in with my guest panelist #TeamAshbree
We have a huge announcement from Section148 coming on later in the show.
First we have essays from Nick Clementi and Tike Narry talking about what they'd do if they were Commissioner in response to Rob Manfred's latest comments about banning the shift. Adam and I will discuss all the provisions given by both guys and tweet us your thoughts.
Stay tuned for the big announcement later in the show. We're very excited about it!