• 00:29

    Black Geeks Review: The Signal

    in Movies

    This week we're reviewing the sci-fi thriller "The Signal", starring Laurence Fishburne and Brenton Thwaites, directed by William Eubank. "R u Agitated?" Tune in this Sunday at 3:30 PM PST to hear our answer.

    From IMDB:

    "On a road trip, Nic and two friends are drawn to an isolated area by a computer genius. When everything suddenly goes dark, Nic regains consciousness - only to find himself in a waking nightmare."


  • 02:00

    Unusable Signal With Cube

    in Politics Progressive

    Bestiality and marriage rights are important issues facing America and no subject is taboo here on Unusual Signal. Whoops. Unusable Signal. Before plowing into those issues, we are fortunate to have critically acclaimed humorist, G. Xavier Robillard. The guy lives in Beantown. You know he's a genius.

    "G" (his rap name) was winner for HumorFeed's 2008 Annual Satire Competition. "Robillard's first novel, Captain Freedom, A Superhero's Quest for Truth, Justice and the Celebrity He So Richly Deserves (Harper Collins) appears in stores and online 3 February 2009. His work has appeared on National Public Radio, in McSweeney's, Lynx Eye, and Cracked Magazine. He is a contributor for CCInsider, the political campaign at Indecision2008 and blogs about overpriced kids' gear in Offsprung.com." I had to quote that. Mr. Big Brains copyrights his material. Damn lawyers.

    Get ready for a bit of a different show. Depravity. Sin. Politics. Animal love. Crumpets and Tea. The Unusable.

  • 02:00

    Unusable Signal - Christina Cedeno

    in Politics Progressive

    Christina and Tommy interview Robert Greenwald from Brave New Films, plus news and political analysis, Unusable Signal style.

  • 00:37

    Movie Reviews: 22 Jump Street, The Signal, The Rover and More

    in Movies

    On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review five new films. First, we look at the Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum comedic sequel 22 Jump Street. Then we look at the new animated sequel How to Train Your Dragon 2. After that, we'll review two suspense thrillers including The Signal and then The Rover, starring Robert Pattinson and Guy Pearce. Finally, we'll review Sebastian Junger's new documentary Korengal. 

  • 02:00

    Unusable Signal - Tom Fitzsimmons

    in Politics Progressive

    TFitz on Unusable Signal
    A lighthearted look back at the beginning of the end plus recipes, decorating tips and party ideas to make your families journey into degrading penury smart, sassy and fun! Imaginative garnishes will make your kids shout, "hey Mom, more foot please!"

  • 02:13

    Tune Your Antennas To God's Signal And Let Your Heart Be Receptive To His Word.

    in Current Events

    Welcome To God's Resurrection Power Church Of Christ Ministry Where The Holy Spirit Is In Control And Jesus Christ Is Lord ,We Are A Bible Believing Ministry,We Live What We Preach,We Are A Ministry That Is Teaching Preaching And Reaching The Lost Souls In This Sin Darken World For The Kingdom Of Heaven In The Name Of Jesus,We Are Here Every Morning Monday Through Friday From 10:30 a.m Est Until 2:30 p.m Est And Saturday's From 12 p.m Est Dial In Number Is 1-661-467-2411

  • 02:00

    Unusable Signal - Denise Williams

    in Politics Progressive

    Denise Williams of The Political Machine hosts Unusable Signal, along with Tommy Christopher. Special guests: The gang from Barely Political.

    We'll also welcome, again, Paddy from The Political Carnival - http://thepoliticalcarnival.blogspot.com

  • 00:32

    Glen Beck signal cut around while dissing dirty harry, Benghazi HUSTUSA ca

    in Lifestyle

    no foolin, was listening, beck was dissing reid and then cut , dead air breifly then the 'weather alert' or emergency alert sound ,,,   and then pause ... then some guy in Los Angeles is talking about something like they plugged his signal/ inplace ..


    Gil calls in with disgust about Benghazi ..

    also we discuss 9/11  , USS Liberty , Vietnam (hatred for war) ,

  • 00:14

    Robert McNally shares his life lessons

    in Lifestyle

    Author Robert McNally shares his life lessons. Reminiscing about the "good 'ol days” can drum up some interesting memories of days gone by, a simpler time when the biggest concern children had was how many minutes they could play outside until Mom and Dad noticed the streetlights were on.  After all, that was the universal signal that it was time to hightail it into the house.  Author Robert McNally's hilarious recollection of his childhood memories, in The Memoir of a Boy on His Dangerous Journey trilogy is reminiscent of Huck Finn.  

    The trilogy includes two volumes to-date:  I Had Jelly on My Nose and A Hole in My Breeches (vol. 1), Sister Superior's Thumb, the Pope's Ring and the End of Childhood (vol. 2), and the final book in the trilogy is currently being penned.

    I Had Jelly on My Nose and A Hole in My Breeches (vol. 1) highlights McNally's childhood during WWII and the Great Depression when he grew up near a crematory and a jail. This wide-eyed, young boy's inner circle included members of his family, inmates of the county jail, and his best friend Rosemary. In his surroundings were gypsies, beggars and hobos.  

    The second volume of the trilogy, Sister Superior's Thumb, the Pope's Ring and the End of Childhood, continues on with McNally's adventures as he enters adolescence.  One day he picked himself up and walked out of school and did not return. Three months later he was registered in a different one. 

    Robert McNally writes about his life's adventures growing up in Ridgewood and Middle Village, NY, at the coaxing of friends and family.  Insurance auditor, turned writer, McNally now resides in New York with his wife.

    This show is presented by Gracefully-Yours greeting cards and journals. Visit www.shop.gracefully-yours.com for special discounts.

  • 01:29

    Ep 20: Shamanic Journeying with guest Langston Kahn

    in Spirituality

    Langston Kahn is a brown queer spirit­worker specializing in emotional healing. He stands firmly at the crossroads, his practice informed by Inner Relationship Focusing, African American Folk Magic and British Traditional Witchcraft with a foundation in the contemporary shamanic cosmology of the Last Mask Community and the guidance of his helping spirits and ancestors.

    He joyfully endeavors to bring spirituality out of the dark dusty recesses of esotericism and into our daily existence, where it can aid us in re­aligning with the ecstatic energy of our soul’s purpose and opening our hearts to create real lasting change in ourselves and in the world. He can be contacted at his website: http://shamanbomb.com/.

    Shamanic journeying is a question driven practice that occurs within the dreamlike space where your cosmology, own symbolic language and spirit world intersect. Shamanic journeying can be a powerful form of divination that allows you to reach beyond your assumptions and what you already know in a way that some other forms of divination are not able to. How does one use shamanic journeying as an effective form of divination? What distinguishes shamanic journeying from other forms of divination? How do you craft questions that provide actionable information? How do you discern truth when your only tools are your body and a drum? How can you tell if you're reading has been hijacked by intrusive spirits or personal bias and what are some techniques for maintaining good signal clarity?

  • 00:13

    How To Get $26,000 In One Week to Work On Turn Signal Bicycle Gloves

    in Self Help

    Matthew Lesko of http://leskofreeradio.com/ interviews Zachary Vorhies of http://zackees.com/ to talk about Zackees Turn Signal Gloves. It is the most advanced, practical and safest cycling gloves ever made.

    Kickstarter Link: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/zackees/zackees-turn-signal-gloves

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