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The government wants to tell you how to properly - and safely - roast marshmallows. We ask the important questions, such as: are they trying to suck the fun out of campfires? Is this a cover so that they can realign s'mores to meet the First Lady's exacting nutrition standards? How many of the key components can one remove from a s'more before it ceases to be a s'more?
Also: How is the removal of a bacon sign like the Bowe Bergdahl prisoner exchange? And the related question: how is a vegan like a terrorist?
John Kerry's dumb tweet of the week, the latest on Ferguson, and what to do if someone you love is supporting a Romney 2016 bid.
None of us really like it when trials enter into our lives. It hurts and makes like very uncomfortable to us. Just as bad, if not worse is when temptation begins to knock at our door. Why not answer that door? Well, when we are tempted our faith is always at risk. When we jump into our sin all of a sudden the things that were so easy to believe in somehow become much more difficult to the point that we just begin to distance ourselves altogether from Jesus, the one who loves us and has the best for us. I believe every follower of Jesus longs to have to overcome temptation and live boldly for God. So how do we do it? Listen in today as Dave Johnston shares how you can "resist the Marshmallows."
in Pop Culture
An irreligious romp, looking at our culture, its inexorable slide toward destruction, and the fun we can have along the way.
This is precisely as dreadful as it sounds, so come along and meet golems, Slendermen, corporate logos, and things that go "BUY ME!" in the night. Also, why the internet is the grease for our skidding toward Perdition!
Much walker-rattling and cane-shaking along the way.
Thanks to Clyde Lewis for knocking some thoughts into a semblance of order in my mental thinking.
in Rock Music
Hellfire and damnation, it is one hell of a hot summer down in the deep south. Tonight on her second Charred Remains Radio Hour Show, Char welcomes back her friend rocker Demon Boy. With her guest comes some great news. So fire up the pits and get your marshmallows ready another soul will be CHARRED on Thursday night at 6 pm Pacific/8 pm Central/9 pm Eastern.
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With EdWood taking the day off today, it's an open mic night where anyone can step up on the show - including a newcomer to the show and featured guest, independent wrestling superstar Pinkie Sanchez joins the show uncut and unfiltered! What will he say about our assortment of crazy callers and crazy guests? Will he fit right in in the Asked Asylum?
Mortal Kombat X is revealed - did the trailer give us a gamergasm, and would it have compelled us to get on the next-generation system bandwagon? We'll talk about heel turns in wrestling and the death threats they cause in relation to the WWE's Seth Rollins! Wisconsin girls are stabbing classmates to impress the Internet, and witnesses to car accidents in Dallas are filming it but FINALLY Avril Lavigne is letting her fans actually touch her! The Catholic Church wants to ban One Direction, the KKK wants to recruit Justin Bieber, and the nerds of the earth want more Star Wars Episode VII set leaks! Also Chris Brown is walking the streets again - is anybody safe or will he just cause some more trouble?
We'll talk about all the news where weird gets weirder as we discuss a woman who stabbed a man over an argument... about marshmallows, along with a police officer who got caught "roughing up the suspect" under the table at Starbucks (that means masturbation). All this and the story of a Marine that crucified himself in public? It's the show where no topic is taboo! Join us every Wednesday right here on listentothisshow.com !
Catch the last days of winter at Fireside Sleigh Rides in North Conway, New Hampshire. Joining host Robin Milling are owners Jason and Heather Blakeney; brother and sister equestrian experts who took their love and expertise with horses hitching them to a romantic sleigh ride through snowy trails along the Saco River. Homeschooled, Jason tells Robin they would do their homework on horseback and both have degrees in equestrian studies so starting a business together where horses were involved was a natural progression.
Arrive at a quaint log cabin office where hot apple Cider and hot chocolate awaits to take along on the ride. Jason takes out the sleigh led by Percherons named Freckles and Pretty Face with Freckles' foal in training leading the way or taking a break to nurse! Unnamed at the time, Jason jokes that patrons were all giving their ideas based on his shiny black coat such as Darth Vader for starters. They went with Pecos (like the river that flows through New Mexico and Texas).
There is the private sleigh ride with room for four but two is always better for the full coziness of snuggling under warm wool blankets. Or if you want a party 'Big Red,' the Bob Sled can accommodate 10 adults and eight children. Both rides end up at a fire pit complete with sticks and marshmallows ready for toasting. Or bring your own chocolate and graham crackers and you can make S'mores.
If you miss the snow, trail and wagon rides are available during the summer at their farm in Brownfield, Maine.
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Former professional wrestler and the tallest leading actress in Hollywood history, Lindsay Kay Hayward, steps into Cinema Royale to talk about her career and bizarre new film, R100! Hayward, who measures up as 6' 9", worked in the WWE as Aloisia and grappled under the ring name of Isis the Amazon!
Plus, we'll take a look at three very different movies this week. Welcome back to Neptune, marshmallows! We'll take a look at the return of Kristen Bell as every fan's favorite feisty detective, Veronica Mars! Is the Kickstarter-funded film everything fans hoped it would be? Then we'll feel the Need for Speed with Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul, Dominic Cooper, and Michael Keaton! Then we'll check-in to Wes Anderson's star-studded comedy caper, The Grand Budapest Hotel.
What do you think about feminists? Do you picture a man-hating lady braiding her armpit hair while roasting marshmallows over the fire of her burning bra? Do you think it is important to pass on feminist ideology onto our children?
This podcast! "Raising Our Children with Feminist Values" is an interview with Jennifer Baumgardner.
Jennifer Baumgardner is a writer, activist, filmmaker, and lecturer whose work explores abortion, sex, bisexuality, rape, single parenthood, and women’s power. She is the Executive Director/Publisher at The Feminist Press at CUNY.
Dianne Linderman talks about the outrageously benign attitude people have towards our politicians, and how we overlook the wrong things that they say and do. Dianne speaks with a caller who has two daughters and agrees with Dianne on her views on fostering independence in children.
Dianne shares her homemade Marshmallows Recipe. Get this and more delicious homemade recipes (including how to make Graham Crackers)on Dainne's website: http://www.everythingthatmattersradio.com/recipes.html
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You can also check out Dianne's cook book Everything That Matters in the Kichen here: http://www.amazon.com/Everything-That-Matters-Kitchen-Cook/dp/1456319701
James Rocco shares his favorite holiday dessert recipe. “It’s gingered sweet potatoes. Take four to six sweet potatoes, two pears, three tablespoons of Smart Balance Buttery Spread, one teaspoon of ground ginger, and a half-cup of apple cider,” says the choreographer, who began his career as a boy in road productions of Oliver! and Carousel—and later starred on Broadway in CATS—tells The Jazzy Vegetarian host Laura Theodore. “Preheat the over to 350, cook the sweet poatoes until they’re soft, which takes about 45 minutes. Cut the potatoes in half and scrape the meat of the potatoes into the food processor. Peel, core and dice the pears. Throw them into the food processor. Then add the Smart Balance and ginger and mix it all up in the food processor, or even a potato-masher. Then add the cider and blend that all togther and put it into a casserole dish. Sprinkle it with some chopped pecans or vegan marshmallows. Put it back in the oven at 350 and bake it until the marshmallows melt. Then you’ll have spectacular sweet potatoes.”