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  • 01:18

    Vaping, Smashing Pumpkins, Keith Mono, Tequila, UFOs, Sex

    in Comedy

    Tune in as Zig Zag and Rufus explore experimental radio, feel free to call in an give us your particular take on reality. No topic is taboo, except boring shit, but's thats up to you.

    On tonights episode: Vaping, Smashing Pumpkins, Keith Mono, Tequila, UFOs, Sex

  • 01:13

    What's your halloween diy? Join us for tools, pumpkins & awesome

    in Design

    What's you Halloween DIY and getting-ready-for-winter tools and projects all about?

    Do you gear up for landscaping and lawn care? Or are you a get the house ready for winter person? And what about pumpkin carving? I mean seriously, what about it? Make the steak knife death grip a thing of the past and let's carve like we mean it.

    We’re talking tools and pumpkins, end-of-season and Halloween DIY with our friends and awesome how-to-ers Chris Lambton and Kayleen McCabe.

    Chris, host of DIY Network’s Yard Crashers and kick a++ landscaper brings his peculiar touch to this topic.

    Kayleen McCabe, herself a DIY Network veteran and all-pro woodworking, pergola-building, always-on maker of things wood joins us to talk fave Fall tools, projects and getting the house ready for winter.

    The days are getting shorter, which means it’s time to put on a sweater and light up our Halloween DIY. Boo!!!!

    Don't miss a thing, be sure to check out this blab. 

  • 00:31

    Kettle Of Fish: Matt Geiler

    in Entertainment

    Welcome to Kettle Of Fish. The Show After The Show, The Talk After The Talk, The 20 Minute Comedy Money Shot After The Two Hours Of Political Foreplay.

    This Week Comedian Matt Geiler stops by to talk about Cool Art, Funny Songs, And Dancing Pumpkins.

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  • 02:32

    The Ignorance Equation- All For Guns, And Guns For All!

    in Politics Progressive

    Does America have too much gun freedom or too much gun regulation? Do guns save more lives than they take? Is the epidemic of gun violence and mass shooting in this country preventable through more legislation? Once again we talk gun rights versus gun violence.

    Ventriloquist Jay Johnson (Soap and the Hit Broadway Show The Two And Only) joins our panel to talk about America's out of control gun culture.

    And on Kettle Of Fish, Artist and Comedian Matt Geiler stops by to talk about Cool Art, Funny Songs, And Dancing Pumpkins.

    So Join Dee, Saucey, Fern and Badger for all the Open Carry Politics we can Rebelliously Barrage into your 2nd Amendment EarHoles!

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  • 00:04

    Silent Night - Track 6

    in Entertainment

    On track six fron the greatest Christmas album ever made, Lee Vowell sings Silent Night. Pretty straight forward stuff. The backing is sampled from Tom Waits and Smashing Pumpkins, so fun stuff...

  • 01:58

    World Talk Rock Report With Kat Vecchione & Chuck Skull

    in Entertainment

    It's Thanksgiving Bash on "WORLD TALK ROCK REPORT"!!!  Smash your mash, scram your yams, and sunkin your pumpkins!!!


    Again we go from The Hollywood to the Hollyweird, and everything in between.  We keep it REAL!!!  Call into the show at 646.478.5337 and also hang out in our chat rooms here and in mixlr.com

    Don't forget this is our last week on Blog Talk Radio, so we will say our goodbyes here.  Thanks BTR for having WTRR for over 10 years!!!!

    Don't forget, we'll be on mixlr, icloud, soundcloud, itunes, audioboom, and american patriot radio dot coms coming next week!!!

  • 00:50

    Halloween Spooktacular Show

    in Paranormal

    Join us tonight as we discuss the history of Halloween, current day practices, movies, traditions, and just over all spooktacular stuff!

  • 00:30

    Pre-Halloween Special

    in Entertainment

    Straddling the line between fall and winter, plenty and paucity, life and death, Halloween is a time of celebration and superstition. It is thought to have originated with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, when people would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off roaming ghosts. In the eighth century, Pope Gregory III designated November 1 as a time to honor all saints and martyrs; the holiday, All Saints’ Day, incorporated some of the traditions of Samhain. The evening before was known as All Hallows’ Eve and later Halloween. Over time, Halloween evolved into a secular, community-based event characterized by child-friendly activities such as trick-or-treating. In a number of countries around the world, as the days grow shorter and the nights get colder, people continue to usher in the winter season with gatherings, costumes and sweet treats.

  • 01:01

    Heavenly Sunlight

    in Religion

    Judges Chapter 4 King James Version.

    Here Israel does evil in the sight of God. they are taken by King Jabin the King of Cannnan, and  Deborah  appointed the Judge over Israel.

    Psalm 9:10 And those who know Your name will put their trust in you :For Your lord,have not foresaken those who seek You.



  • 00:45

    The W.A.R.N.-ing After. Wth, Agriculture-geists? Do Tell!

    in Paranormal

    Recap of Last night's Investigation of a reportedly haunted Mental Hospital's Cemetery and Farmlands. And a little something > about hunting down head-sized organic objects > to carve out the gooey innards of > and put glowing fire inside of > to place on your front stoop > to ward off evil creatures > but delight other scary creatures with > on Halloween! Trick or Treat us with a 323-443-7201 on your phone.

  • 01:01

    Spooky Season Alert!

    in Finance

    More than 157 million Americans will celebrate Halloween this year, with eight in 10 millennials saying they are already planning something fun with their friends. Total spending in 2015 will top $6.9 billion, with the average American celebrating planning to spend $74 on decorations, candy, costumes and more.

    Consumers celebrating Halloween plan to spend an average of $27.33 on costumes for the whole family, and a total of $2.5 billion on store-bought, homemade, large and small costumes. Those celebrating will spend the most on adult costumes ($1.2 billion), and will spend a total of $950 million on children’s costumes and $350 million on fashionable and fun costumes for their furry friends. It’s estimated that 68 million Americans will dress up this Halloween and another 20 million pet owners will dress up their pet.

    Nine in 10 (93.7%) Halloween shoppers will buy candy, spending a total of $2.1 billion, and an additional 33.5 percent will buy greeting cards, spending a total of $330 million. Two in five celebrants (44.8%) plan to decorate their home or yard, meaning there’s no question consumers will see their fair share of pumpkins, hay bales and even life-size Minions and black cats strewn across their neighborhoods. The average person planning to buy decorations will spend $20.34 with total spending expected to reach $1.9 billion.

    It’s all big business, but it can also be costly if you are on a tight budget.

    Your Money; Your Matters is a weekly show broadcasting every Tuesday from 11 a.m. to noon Central Time, featuring radio personalities Rick Grady, Cornerstone Credit Union League and Todd Mark, Navicore Solutions. Plus, we have a wide cadre of guests that join us.

    Each week, we discuss financial issues that are most importance to consumers. Tune in; share your thoughts; and gain helpful advice.