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Hosted by horror & exploitation filmmaker, Sean Weathers: this week's guest is Brad Jones. http://fullcirclefilmworks.com/fullcirclemovietalk.html
SEASON 3 - Episode 16 (8/16/14): Filmmaker & popular internet reviewer Brad stars as “The Cinema Snob” a pretentious film critic who watches & comments on obscure horror, exploitation & films. The Snob is the most popular of several online shows he produces including his latest effort, "The Reviewers." Music by Judas Booth - Chopped & Screwed.
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In our HELP! SITUATION SPOTLIGHT™ series, we shine the light on challenges that community members have shared with me. This episode is, “I Am Shy but People Think I Am ‘Stuck-Up’ and a ‘Snob!’ What should I do?”
Some people feel very comfortable sharing a lot of personal information about themselves, with large amounts of people very soon after meeting them. That is great! Other people may calculate what what personal information they share, how much they share, how many people they share it with and how long it will take for them to share. That is also great!
The challenge is that some cultures and settings have expectations that are not met by individuals. What that occurs, there may be a resulting negative outcome to the non-conforming individuals. If someone exceeds the expected quantity and quality of expected personal information, they may accused of “TMI” (too much information) or being “crude” or “having a big mouth.” If someone does not meet the minimum expected quantity and quality of expected personal information, they may be accused of being “stuck-up”, a “snob” or “thinking they are better than other people.” For shy individuals it is more often the latter situation that takes place.
The shy person is warm, friendly and engaging! They just calculate how much personal information to share, when to share and whom to share it with differently than others. They are more conservative with their feelings and expressing private information and beliefs (full disclosure, I am very shy).
My suggested tips are: 1) Active listening (eye contact, body language turned toward the speaker, supportive vocalizations, etc.), 2) Ask multiple follow-up questions of the speaker and 3) In some instances it may be helpful to explicitly state to people, “I am shy.”
Welcome to “Golf Talk Live!
Join me this week as I welcome special guests:
Michelle Sheptak – National/International Long Drive Competitor, Surfer, Motocross/Biker.
A little about Michelle:
Michelle Sheptak is an athlete, she golfs, she surfs, she’s dedicated, motivated and committed. She has been athletic all her life being on track teams from the age of 6 , where today she still holds a provincial record in the 200meters for her age. She also played softball, basketball, volleyball year round and growing up in Canada also skied, as well played hockey in a recreational league in University. Michelle also rides a dirt bike and street bike, where she has noticed her balance and core training has improved her riding. After playing golf 10 years for fun, she was noted for her ability and grace to drive the ball, not only accurate but long, staying in control and balance all at once. This brought Michelle to try to qualify for the California Championships and for the RE/MAX World Long Drive Championships.
Also joining me this week:
Ricky Potts - Digital Communications Manager for Troon Golf, passionate blogger, total beer snob, music fanatic, weekend golfer, runner and an all around opinionated realist.
Golf Talk Live is available for download on iTunes, and at Stitcher.com.
Join me Thursday evening at 6PM CST right here on www.blogtalkradio.com/golftalklive.
in Self Help
Do you think you are better than others? Are you a snob?
Have you been snobby and have shifted from making other people feel inferior to helping them feel amazing about themselves?
We'll investigate why people demean others, put on airs and are arrogant.
Call in and share your snob stories. 1-914-803-4530 oress 1.
Let's shift into a higher gear and do it NOW!
How to Successfully Market Your Book without Being Salesy, Sleazy or Spammy
Four out of five people want to write a book but many of them never will because they fear getting started. Those who push through that fear of writing and successfully publish their books never sell more than a few copies because they fear asking for the sale. You will learn ways to reframe the way you think about selling so you can create the optimum book sales you deserve.
Flora Brown is an author, book coach, and a confirmed coffee snob with an unhealthy love of British murder mysteries. When she's not writing, travelling, or researching (OK, spending too much time on the net) she helps aspiring authors steer clear of self-publishing pitfalls to potholes. When it was clear early on that she wouldn't become an accomplished pianist and make her mother proud, she turned her love of bossing other people around into a 40-year teaching career, goading students toward excellence in junior high through university levels. She is almost finished making changes to the 2nd edition of her book, Color Your Life Happy--at least that's what she tells her impatient editor. In the meantime you can get free eBooks from her websites http://www.ColorYourLifeHappy.com and www.ColorYourLifePublished.com
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This installment of The Forbidden Fruit will have fun with Christmans, Jesus, Santa and Veblen effect. How are you handling the Christmas spirit now that you not only don't believe in Santa, but you don't believe in Jesus either? Are you still mortgaging the farm just to pay for Christmas? What does Christmas mean to you?
Why are we caught up in the glitter of expensive things? Is more expensive always better? With shows like "Lifestyles of The Rich And Famous" and "Cribs" have we lost out way? Are we going and staying debt just to show that we've made it?
Lets talk about that here on The Fruit!
Call in at 347-202-0492 or Skype to participate and/or just listen
Michael Brown, the unarmed black teenager who was killed by a police officer, sparking protests around the nation, was shot at least six times, including twice in the head, a preliminary private autopsy performed on Sunday found.
One of the bullets entered the top of Mr. Brown’s skull, suggesting his head was bent forward when it struck him and caused a fatal injury, according to Dr. Michael M. Baden, the former chief medical examiner for the City of New York, who flew to Missouri on Sunday at the family’s request to conduct the separate autopsy. It was likely the last of bullets to hit him, he said.
Mr. Brown, 18, was also shot four times in the right arm, he said, adding that all the bullets were fired into his front.
The bullets did not appear to have been shot from very close range because no gunpowder was present on his body. However, that determination could change if it turns out that there is gunshot residue on Mr. Brown’s clothing, to which Dr. Baden did not have access.
Morgan Sylvia is an Aquarius, a metalhead, a coffee addict, a beer snob, and a work in progress. A former obituarist, she is now working as a full-time freelance writer. Her work has appeared in Axes of Evil, Tales From The Moonlit Path, and the forthcoming Once Upon An Apocalypse, Axes of Evil 2, and Forgotten Places. She recently released her first book, Whispers From The Apocalypse, a horror poetry collection. She also writes for the online music zine Inhale the Heavy, and the New-England based magazine Granite Coast Entertainment, which will be launching in early 2015.http://www.amazon.com/Whispers-Apocalypse-Morgan-Sylvia/dp/1500530719 , http://morgansylvia.wordpress.com/ , https://www.facebook.com/morgansylvia13 , https://twitter.com/morgansylvia11
And in the second hour, we will discuss: Death Anxiety with guests: James Ward Kirk, Mary Genevieve Fortier, David Schütz II, Dona Fox and Krista Clark Grabowski!
Join James Ward Kirk for a guided tour through a nightmare exhibition of misanthropy, murder and mayhem. Dreams for some, nightmares for others, these stories explore an impressive variety of thematic territory, and makes the perfect accompaniment for your next involuntary commitment.
"Synesthete" from Death Anxiety - View the Youtube Video here!
I am a bit of a zombie snob. I have not ever watched The Walking Dead, I like my zombies Romero stylee. I am drawn to old farm houses, the kind you look at and think yeah, if I had to I could hold this. Because even if I am not a rocket scientist I am quite attached to my brain :)
So tonight with the power of googlizing we will look at the truth of zombie origins and some verbage claiming that zombies are real and amongst us, and even more exciting look at the possibilty of a zombie infestation and what you can do to survive.
Though I am of a mind that if zombies were all over like cockaroachies that I don't think I would wanna hang around to be one of the survivors living in some nasty ass boarded up hole.
And as if that was not enough I am also going to be talking about the abandoned town everyone is talking about right now. A whole town for sale for $800000, Peanuts when you think about it, and it's allegedly got ghosties. Exciting times :)
We started on show on Blog Talk Radio, but BOB became and audio snob and we moved to another very MOBILE platform. But we've heard that BTR has better audio quality and so Bob's just here - alone - to find out for sure.