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Ever have those superstitions that you believed as a kid or just freaked you out? Are there any that you still believe in? What are some of the craziest superstitions you've ever heard or witnessed? As usual the SHOW is here to fly in the face of that garbage! The only superstitions you should believe in are the ones we tell you to! The SHOW returns to the interwebz to tell the world what they need to know so count yourself lucky that you are on a need to know basis and are prevy to our episodic revelations! Don't step on that crack or kiss your mother's back goodbye!
Join us for our montly customizer interview where we talk with some of the most creative people in the pony comunity and about the pieces of art they create out of some of our pony pals. This month we are talking to....Well tune in to find out who we talked with. Our customizer of the month is always a hoot and a half so join us.
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What is good guys, this is your friendly neighborhood nerd The Bobbo and this is the Blog Talk Radio Premiere of Bobbo's Block! Wow, its pretty nice to be live for once. But we are just a little nerdy show and here on the Otakast Network we are your source for everything Geek. SO this episode we will be tackling those contracts we make in life that mean the most to us, relationships. Myself, Bobbo, my trusty dusty Intern Raven Iwasawa and our local resident troll, Joe Chaos will be talking it out tonight and we'll be giving you some nerdy news you need on Word On The Block Also we'll have a guest stopping by with us today, you may know her from YouTube from her Vlog MoxXie Peaches Love Blog, MoxXie Peaches herself. So stop on thru and Kick the block with us!
Dreamers Radio is doing jumping jacks from the excitement of welcoming back Staci Hart, author of the Good Gods series. Staci Hart was on Literary Symposium last year and we look forward to catching up with all the new releases and changes.
Taken from her Amazon page:
"Staci has been a lot of things up to this point in her life -- a graphic designer, an entrepreneur, a seamstress, a clothing and handbag designer, a waitress. Can't forget that. She's also been a mom; she has three little girls who are sure to grow up to break a number of hearts. She's been a wife; even though she's certainly not the cleanest, or the best cook. She's also super, duper fun at a party, especially if she's been drinking whiskey. Her favorite word starts with f, ends with k, and there a uc in there. Just saying. From roots in Houston, to a seven year stint in Southern California, Staci and her family ended up settling somewhere in between and equally north, in Denver. They are new enough that snow is still magical. When she's not writing, she's sleeping, cleaning, or designing graphics. But let's be honest, she's mostly writing."
As always please check out her below links and snag a copy of her books. Submit any questions to our Facebook page!
How the new service dog law will protect the disabled and the public?
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Suzanne Tarazi-Ferraro - Co-Host
INNERSIGHT Means 'FREEDOM'
Advocates for the Disabled
On tonight's show, the Hashtag Crew will be touching on the Buffalo Bills Defense with a little game called Tic Tac Toe, and give their predictions on who will be the opening day starters in various formations and why. Freddy Jackson signed an extension, so what does this mean to the Bills Offense. Also, some more Around the NFL News including Josh Gordon, Darren Sproles, and John Abraham.
Legends of vampires and night stalkers have been around for centuries, the mystery of the night creature is eternal. Many cultures believe in the myth of the night stalker and take their precautions against the undead, the creatures who seek blood by night. Each culture has a name for the night creature. The Latin, sanguisuga, the Serbian, vampir, the Greek, Brucolacas, the Slavonic Magyar-vam (blood), Tpir (monster), the English, vampyr, the Polish, Upirs, the Russian, upyr.The African vampire, the Obayifo, hunts the tribes of Africa, it is said to be the spirit form of a male or female practitioner of occult magick, who leave their body at night in search of human blood.First, we should look closely at the history of the werewolf. The myth of a man turning into a beast is one that has been with us since humans first walked upright. There are cave paintings around the world starting about 10000 years BC that show man turning into a beast (and often its a wolf). The first written account of werewolves comes from a region of Greece called Arcadia. It seems that in Arcadia, some of the popular gods at one time were Zeus Lykaios and Apollo Lykeios meaning Wolfish Zeus and Wolfish Apollo. Their worship was quite shamanic. They kept wolves to be sacrificed to wolfish Zeus and his priests often wore wolf skins. The myth goes that Arcadia had a king named Lycaon. The story goes that Lycaon was a worshipper of wolfish Zeus and invites him to dinner one day. He wants to make him something that he has never eaten before, so he serves him up one of his sons. In anger, wolfish Zeus turns Lycaon into a wolf as punishment, and in some accounts, saves the son from death.So the next time you watch a werewolf movie, or you see werewolf costumes at Halloween, you can smile to yourself as you remember the truth behind the werewolf legend and our noble shamanic ancestors. Think on this concept a bit and other monster stereotypes. How is the myth of the vampire similar?
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