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Thomas Scopel has penned and published reviews, articles, short stories and two novellas. Besides writing tales that most would prefer to read with the lights on, he is the proprietor of www.stayingscared.com, a website loaded with various horror media, and he blogs at stayingscared.blogspot.com. He has published Twitch and The Daily Death - How I Killed My Co-Workers In 30 Days (available on Amazon), The Pumpkin Patch, The Christmas Help, Lickety Split, While You Sleep, All the Creatures Were Stirring...Even the Mouse, The Eight Legs of Night, The Argument, A Cup of Sugar, The Horrors of Easter, Don't Forget the Fingers: A Guide to the Perfect Zombie Family Picnic, Welcome, The Sidewalk Ends, What's the Deal with the Silver Bullet? and a number of others. He has also written a five part series entitled Interview with a Monster for Suspense Magazine. This saw him taking on a reporter persona and interviewing the likes of Frankenstein, Dracula, the Wolfman, the Phantom of the Opera and a Salem Witch as if they were actual living breathing people. Currently he is working on a first full length novel tentatively titled A Lawnly Existence, creating an internet based Staying Scared Radio broadcast (available on Radionomy and TuneIn) that includes metal music and old spooky radio shows from yesteryear and on occasion creates a Staying Scared webcast for YouTube. Also known as Wee Willie Wicked, a sinful, malicious clown who takes solace in writing the Twilight Zone episode reviewing Land of Shadow & Substance column and occasional film review for Horror News Net, one thing's for certain, this horror writer is always Staying Scared.
SHOW NOTES: This episode is the debut of this new series (COURTNEY! I AM CURIOUS) and the show topic is, "Aren’t You Scared Traveling All Around The World As A Woman?"
I struggle with this question as I don't think of myself as any different from anyone else. So, I don't dream in gender, or age, or nationality, or any other individual trait. I simply dream. Then, I do. To me this question is like asking me, "Aren’t You Scared Traveling All Around The World As A 63 inch (1.6 meters) tall human? I am aware of my height but it is not something that I think about in terms of stopping me from traveling. Of course, there may be some instance where I am too short to reach something (and then I ask for help from a person or for a ladder). There are certainly cultural norms that I must be aware of and respect as I travel (in the US and everywhere else). We all have to do this so I don't think that it is a unique burden for me.
1) Why do I travel?
Because I want to. I travel for work and for the pleasure of seeing my planet. This is my planet just as it is your planet. Why shouldn't we explore as much of it as we are able to (and desire to)? When I travel for work it is because I want to work and I want to learn as much as I am able to in order to provide my clients, students, business partners, investors and you with accurate information. The world is 'out there' so if I choose to stay in one location and miss out on learning about what is happening it will be my loss and a deficiency in my ability to address international business solutions.
Watching a television show about someone eating an apple is not the same as me eating an apple in real life. I need to experience real life to be able to provide real solutions in my work. I al
Should you be scared when it comes to Ebola? How much do they really know about it? Now the strain has jumped from animals to humans? Is it airborne despite medical professionals saying it's not? Why has the medical crew caring for the nurse in Spain quit? They are scared, there is a lot still not known about Ebola. Has the plague finally arrived? A CDC official calls it the next Aids? People can still live with AIDS but Ebola is another question. Is the governmental infrastructure really prepared to address Ebola beyond the hospital setting?
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Episode 47 – 07/23/2014 – Don't be scared, but be respectful
Big alligator allegedly chases children from a pond in Texas;
Nick’s unplugging project - using technology as a tool not a noose;
The inability to fix your own cars due to current technology;
Remember the music industry? It’s in big trouble;
Scorched Earth landscaping - great for hot climates;
Passing personages and respect for the departed;
Terry’s book report of the week.
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three different topics gone try and talk about all not sure if i can. just going off the top of my head. hope you enjoy!!!
Why should you be scared about Ebola? There are no known cures. Eric Duncan is dead because there were many mistakes when it came to his care. Nurses have been infected as a result of complete incompetence on part of the hospital, the local health department as well as the CDC. The hospital staff was poorly trained and clearly were not wearing the most protective equipment when dealing with Eric Duncan. There was no effective plan to deal with the biological waste when they pilled it up to the ceiling because they did not know what to do with it? Eric Duncan's family was left no support because they had no clear well defined plan to address people to whom he came into close contact with when he was infected with the disease. Why do we have to learn about how, when, where, and what to do at the expense of one man's life to get it right the first time?
"Upfront & Straightforward" Host Alan Roger Currie leads another one of his provocative "Open Forum Discussion" topics, this one centering on why he believes Hollywood is 'scared' of angering their female movie-going audience and will generally avoid distributing films with characters and storylines like the ones seen in the recent relationship drama, "Gone Girl"
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