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  • 00:43

    Jerry Seinfeld and the Backtrack

    in Pop Culture

    Jerry Seinfeld stirred up some controversy after telling NBC's Brian Williams that he identifies with the autism spectrum. The reactions were immediate and passionate.Some activists have said that Jerry was shamed and bullied back into the closet.


    Last week, Jerry reportedly backtracked. Outlets like the LA Times are claiming he self--diagnosed, and that he is now "recanting."


    So, what is really going on? Did Jerry self--diagnose and then backtrack? Did he disclose that he identified, then felt the need to clarify---or backtrack?  Is it all a misunderstanding? Does it matter?


    The Thanksgiving holiday is just days away. What are you thankful for?


    We are thankful for you. We are thankful for the ability to continue with this show and its internship program.


    Along with bringing you these shows, the program serves as an internship for autistic individuals to gain valuable experience in radio show production.


    To learn more about the show, the internship program, sponsorship, or requests, please see the website.


    As always, we thank each of the volunteers and interns for their hard work and dedication.


    From our family to yours--have a safe, joyful holiday.


     


     


    Photo: Jerry Seinfeld tells reporter Brian Williams that he believes he could be on the autism spectrum. (Dave Kotinsky / Getty Images)

  • 01:02

    FILM DIRECTOR JOHN WATERS & SEINFELD WRITER PETER MEHLMAN

    in Entertainment

    Laughter comes to The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Wednesday October 15, 3 pm ET when Halli brings you two of the funniest people on the planet. Joining Halli is esteemed director and author John Waters and Seinfeld writer and author Peter Mehlman.


    John Waters is an American filmmaker, actor, writer and visual artist best known for his cult films, including Hairspray, Pink Flamingos, and Cecil B. DeMented. He is also the author of ROLE MODELS, CRACKPOT and SHOCK VALUE. His new book CARSICK tells the hilarious story of  America’s most beloved eccentric’s mid-life crisis journey: a cross-country hitchhiking journey.


    Peter Mehlman began his career at the Washington Post. He slid to television in 1982, writing for SportsBeat with Howard Cossell. He has written for numerous national publications, including The New York Times Magazine, GQ, Esquire, and a multitude of women’s magazines. One year after moving to Los Angeles he ran into Seinfeld writer and producer Larry David, which led to Mehlman’s writing the first freelance episode of the popular TV Show, rose to executive producer and coined such phrases as “yada yada” and “double dipping.” His new novel IT WON’T ALWAYS BE THIS GREAT is a brilliantly funny story of the mid-life crisis of a Long Island podiatrist that begins on a sub-zero, wind-chilled Friday night when the podiatrist crosses paths with a bottle of horseradish.


    We could all do with a dose of laughter. Laugh yourselves silly, Wednesday, October 15, 3 pm ET on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show when Halli talks with John Waters and Peter Mehlman. We are Talk Radio for Fine Minds and Lovers of Humor. Tune in live online at Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.

  • 00:33

    Larry Hankin.Producer..Writer..Director..Actor.(SF Committee).GirlgeoRadio Show

    in Entertainment

    Girl George & the Dragons Radio Show #69.


    5-10-15-interview.Veteran Character Actor..One of the Actors from the Committee S.F.in the 1960's


    Roles on Breaking Bad..Seinfeld..E.R..FRIENDS..& Many Many Movies..


    Larry Has a New Movie..we'll talk about..I've Known Larry for almost 50 yrs..


     

  • 00:35

    Community Building Through Song with Actress & Entertainer - Maggie Wheeler

    in Self Help

    Maggie Wheeler is an internationally well-known actress and entertainer.  She is most notably known as the character of Janice on NBC’s hit series Friends.  She has been seen on numerous television shows including Seinfeld, Everybody Loves Raymond, ER and many more. She appeared in the Disney’s remake of The Parent Trap and has voiced many animated characters including Odile the evil bird princess in Barbie Swan Lake.  Maggie also won the best actress award at the Cinetex Comedy Film Festival for her role in the independent film “New Years Day.”


    Maggie is also a singer, songwriter, choir director and dynamic workshop facilitator and also runs workshops for Theatre companies in Los Angeles, missionaries at the University of San Diego, women’s groups, community gatherings, and together with Emile Dyer, has traveled a Civil Rights music program for children. Visit www.maggiewheeler.net and http://goldenbridgechoir.com


    Get the Off the Grid Into the Heart CD by Sister Jenna.  Visit our website, Like America Meditating on FB & Follow us on Twitter.

  • 00:31

    Bullying & Emotional Abuse in Adults – Recognize the Signs!

    in Radio

    "Courage is fire, and bullying is smoke," stated former British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli. Adult bullying is a rising concern in the real world and online. Adults are as malicious as bad kids on the playground, but no one is supervising their activity or protecting their targets. And their victims are other adults who are not immune to the trauma of bullying. When one uses superior strength or influence to intimidate others, that’s classic bullying. Emotional abuse is characterized by subjecting another to behavior that may result in psychological trauma, like anxiety, chronic depression, or post-traumatic stress disorder. In one Seinfeld episode, George and Jerry recall their tyrannical gym teacher who used to give boys wedgies and encourage them to beat each other up. Girls don’t do anything like that, do they? Jerry asks Elaine. Oh no, Elaine replies. We just tease each other until one of us develops an eating disorder. The worst part of being bullied or abused in a relationship, is that often you don’t even realize it’s happening. Manipulative people twist your thoughts, actions, wants, and desires into something that better suits how they see the world. Bullies don’t want cooperation, they want control. Emotional bullying is often subtle and found in adult relationships and in the workplace. An emotional bully might use sarcasm, threaten, belittle, or humiliate. Join me and Life Coach Jenn A Nocera as we discuss the specific signs of bullying and emotional abuse. After the show check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.

  • 00:56

    FUNNY LADIES ANNABELLE GURWITCH & LIZZ WINSTEAD

    in Entertainment

    Wednesday, April 8, 3 pm ET The Halli Casser-Jayne Show joining Halli at her table are two very funny ladies: actress, comedienne and writer Annabelle Gurwitch and comedienne and author Lizz Winstead.


    Annabelle Gurwitch is the author of YOU SAY TOMATO, I SAY SHUT UP now a play receiving its third national tour, and FIRED! which became an acclaimed documentary and Showtime comedy special. She gained a loyal comedic following during her years hosting Dinner and a Movie on TBS and has been a regular commentator on NPR and contributor to The Nation, More and Glamour among other national publications. Her acting credits include over fifty guest roles in shows including Seinfeld and Boston Legal. Recently, she starred in the world premiere of A Coney Island Christmas at The Geffen Playhouse. And then Annabelle turned 50, became a statistic, one of the many Americans who every seven and a half seconds reaches the milestone, the subject of her book I SEE YOU MADE AN EFFORT, COMPLIMENTS, INDIGNITIES, AND SURVIVAL STORIES FROM THE EDGE OF 50.


    A stand-up comedienne by trade, Lizz Winstead is one of the giants of comedy. Winstead got her start in her native Minneapolis, honing her skills in what she calls the “punk rock ghetto” of the early 1980s. She dreamed up a new satirical genre for television when she created THE DAILY SHOW back in 1996 and was co-founder of the Air America Radio network, giving Rachel Maddow her first national audience. In her book LIZZ FREE OR DIE, Winstead writes of her early years, growing up Catholic, getting pregnant the first time she had sex, her move to New York City to follow her calling in comedy, and the many challenges she faced along the way.


    For more information visit Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.

  • 01:04

    The Seinfeld Episode-OndeckTV

    in Hip Hop Music

    Host Animal Brown and Spike Lou speak on all things hip hop in this episode about nothing.

  • 00:55

    Why Social Media?

    in Entrepreneur

    Two Black Sheep Radio opens at 8:15 PM and goes LIVE at 8:30 PM


    OK...Here's the deal. We first were just going with an unscripted show for this week but after the most intense and funniest conversation ever between the Black Sheep it became obvious that a social media tutorial was needed.


    Have you ever watched someone lose face on Facebook. Fall out of the sky while on Twitter? Be the weakest link on LinkedIn? Then this is a must listen show for all of your team, especially the ones who blast the Internet for hours a day but have no time to build their business. Get the point?


    First thing you need to do is go to www.TwoBlackSheepRadio.com and "like" our Facebook page. As you can see our "likes" are pitiful considering we have over 3K listeners each week as Bob and Dave bring their version of Seinfeld to the Network Markering profession!


    See you on Thursday at 8:30 PM Eastern SHEEP Time,


    Bob and Dave


     


     

  • 00:18

    Milling About Flashback with Jerry Seinfeld

    in Sports

    Jerry Seinfeld: The Lost Interview Long before Jerry Seinfeld signed a deal with NBC to develop his show about nothing, he had nothing but the highest of standards in mind for the series. In a 1987 interview with Milling About host Robin Milling—which has never before aired anywhere—the then-33-year-old funnyman chatted about his influences, his development as a performer, the role of confidence in his craft, and the possibility of headlining on the small screen. When asked, “Do you have any interest in having your own show?” Jerry said, “No. Not unless it was by some very high-quality people. A Cheers type of situation or something like that. But I have no desire…” (To read the full story, click here.)

  • 01:13

    Shark Dropper Episode 58 (Semicolon)

    in Comedy

    Some interesting topics this week: The issues of recording in a small studio, when to use a semicolon, which Seinfeld cast members would play which character in Fifty Shades of Grey, why women like Fifty Shades, men vs women when it comes to looks, the Serial podcast, our upcoming webseries Norm Polar, 90s rock songs, and The Californians. Also, John and Robert argue over seats and who should be considered second and third on the podcast... Since Kyle is host he's obviously first.

  • 01:18

    Nothing New Under the Sun: The Danger of Transcendental Meditation (TM)

    in Christianity

    Jerry Seinfeld promotes it; the US Army spends millions on it for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder therapy; public schools teach it to your children...or will.  What is it?  The Hindu practice of meditation courtesy of the Beatles' favorite guru:  Maharishi Mahesh Yogi--also known as the "Giggling Guru."


    Walter Martin examines the theology and power behind this dangerous cult...on Night Watch.