• 01:48

    DNR Radio 159 - Fear N Loathing in Amerikkka

    in Politics

    On this coming episode, we will be discussing the continuing police brutality issue. The police state and the outcome of the Ferguson verdict. What can we do about the careless treatment of Black life? How can we set it right? 

    Tune in!

  • 02:00
  • 02:02

    Type 1 Radio Lounge News Bong

    in Art

    Join the team for some laughs and torture as we chew up yet another week worth of fear and loathing, giggles and tears.

    Treason shouldn’t be this much fun

    It just is

  • 00:30

    What's Your Emotional Bacon?

    in Health

    Are you clogging yourself with emotional bacon?  There are many ways that we feast on our emotions everyday that can truly result in patterns that make us sick.  Although it is entertaining in the short term--in the long term, building an identity based on being present to your emotions without understanding how to use your creative potential can result in some common disease patterns.  In this episode, we identify some common emotional patterns and their physical manifestations to help you clear and take responsibility for your emotional bacon.  Join us!

  • 00:45

    Whispering McCoy

    in Sports

    Fantasy Football Episode 1.49: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion laments start/sit decision self-loathing. 

    Knile Davis, Dri Archer and Lance Dunbar need more touches. 

    Jonathan Stewart is a dynasty hidden gem. 

    LeSean McCoy whispers McCoy with every juke.

    Review of wide receiver rankings: Stedman Bailey, Kenny Stills, Jarvis Landry and Charles Johnson rising. 

    Travis Kelce produces despite low volume. 

    Advanced metrics provided by PlayerProfiler.com. 

  • 00:46

    Interview with Signe Darpinian on Holiday Eating

    in Self Help

    From Thanksgiving to New Years our food tends to run us instead of the other way around. In that two-month stretch, millions of us will eat our way through anxiety-filled family gatherings, office holiday parties, and New Year's Eve celebrations.

    Join us Dec. 5th at 12:00 PST, when Bay Area journalist Justin Berton interviews mindful/intuitive eating expert Signe Darpinian to discuss how people can navigate the holiday eating frenzy without fear and loathing.

    SIGNE DARPINIAN is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and author of book Knock Out Dieting: Create Peace Between You, Your Body, and Your Food – a modern guide to eating mindfully in modern society.   With private practice offices in two California locations, she is able to service both the Central Valley Region as well as the Bay Area.

    Over the past several years, Signe has been recognized by various organizations for her accomplishments in women's health and business while also continually requested for speaking engagements at renowned institutions like top-rated Rancho La Puerta Spa in Mexico.

    Her work has been featured in various newspapers, magazine and online sites.  She's made several appearances on radio and television in northern California, including ABC7's talk show "The View from the Bay," the CBS-affiliate talk show "Bay Area Focus" with Emmy winner Susan Sikora,  as well as The Lady Brain Show with Steph and Lauren.

    Visit her website for more info: www.myweighfamilytherapy.com

    Disclaimer: None of the opinions or statements on this show are meant to be professional advice. Do not substitute the dialogue of this show for a qualified mental health professional or medical professional. The purpose of SIGNE'S WEIGH is to educate and bring things to your attention, not be your therapist.

  • 01:01

    Politics Done Right on KPFT- Loathing Lincoln author Dr. John McKee Barr

    in Politics Progressive

    I got off a plane earlier today from the Move To Amend bi-yearly executive committee meeting. That meeting made me more resolved to bring our politics in a manner distilled for us all. Politics must not be for a lucky privileged few. After all, it affects us all.

    It is for this reason that I promised to bring politics home. I promised to bring it in a form that means something to you. In that light, today Politics Done Right is honored to have professor of History at Lone Star College-Kingwood, Dr. John McKee Barr as our guest. Dr. Barr is the author of the award-winning new book from LSU Press titled Loathing Lincoln: An American Tradition from the Civil War to the Presentwhich  explores critics of Abraham Lincoln from the 1850s onward. Loathing Lincoln examines major themes and personalities in American history, including federal versus state power, the meaning of freedom and equality, and American imperialism.

    This is not just an academic exercise. I have asked Dr. John J. Theis to join the discussion. Dr. Theis is a Political science professor at Lone Star College-Kingwood (LSC). Most importantly he uses LSC’s Center for Civic Engagement to bring political engagement to the campus. He leverages that engagement to encourage kids to enter the body politic outside of the campus.

    See the show's blog post here.

  • 01:06

    Mid Term Elections: What in the Hell Happened?

    in Politics

    The midterm elections were held on November 4th. Nationally, the Democrats were slaughtered at the polls. Why? We will discuss voter apathy and the implications of a Republican Congress. Locally, we will discuss Stenger's win as St. Louis County Executive. What does his place as the head of St. Louis County's highest office mean for local politics, policies and progress? 

    We will also be discussing the happens in Ferguson and the pending grand jury decision. The city is bracing for the fallout if Darren Wilson is not indicted. Fear, loathing, revolution, stress, anticipation, anxiety, frustration, and hope are rolling through our city...Let's discuss all of it and DON'T BITE YOUR TONGUE!!!

  • 00:34

    If You Know Better Why Aren't You Doing Better?

    in Self Help

    How many times have you said and have heard others declare, "I knew better!"? That's usually accompanied with frustration, and when it's repeated even self-loathing. This is an indicator that there's a disconnect because mental ascension and actual application are two entirely different processes.

    Still doing things you "know better" than to do? We're talking about it.


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  • 00:35

    Good Cop, Bad Daughter: Memoirs of an Unlikely Police Officer with Karen Lynch

    in Women

    This on demand audio series is a part of the Executive Girlfriends Group Vignette Series. Chicke Fitzgerald interviews Karen Lynch. The original live interview was 11/07/14.

    A poignant and humorous story of a young woman's journey from chaotic childhood to San Francisco police officer.

    Karen Lynch was an unlikely person to become one of the first female cops in San Francisco. Raised by a counter-culture tribe in summer of love Haight-Ashbury, she was taught to despise "The Man." But when the San Francisco Police Department was forced by court order to hire women, she found herself compelled to prove to the world that women could cut it as cops, a betrayal that caused her police-loathing mother to brand her a Nazi. Good Cop, Bad Daughter is an often humorous, poignant adventure story of Karen's journey from pot-smoking Cal student, to Renaissance bar serving wench, to street cop. As she finds family and acceptance in a men's club that never wanted her as a member, she fears she will one day face her mother, not as a daughter but as an arresting officer.

    Karen Lynch is a native San Franciscan. After graduating from UC Berkeley, she joined the San Francisco Police Department in 1981. She lives in Novato with her husband and their three children, including Kyra, who was the subject of an essay that won the 2012 Notes & Words national essay contest.
    To order the book click HERE
    For Karen's Facebook page click HERE

    For more information about the Executive Girlfriends' Group see: http://www.executivegirlfriendsgroup.com



  • 01:01

    Self-deprecation: Hiding Your Light

    in Spirituality

    If we can limit people’s capacity to see us, we can hide the beacon we truly are. For many of us, this tendency stems from a shy or wounded inner child. Tune in this week as Nancy Herold and I discuss suppressed sensitivities because of our personal life experiences. Self-criticism is supported by internal self-talk, which brings to awareness our negative self-judgments. Many of us have honed his internal critic because of the judgment we received from others. Tonight’s show is about healing our inner critic. During this show we’re taking the blinders off and making a conscious effort to reframe our self-talk. The Soul’s Intent is for us to stand in our own light so we can naturally fulfill that which we came here to do.

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