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This show is for those of you who are in the "trenches" of life that have little time to inform yourself about current events involving politics, people, books, etc. and how these things should and do matter in your life.
This week's episode explores:
1. What Congress can learn from the Spock-Captain Kirk symbiotic relationship, AND
2. How this can apply to our lives
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Spare the rod, spoil the child. I'd like to be your friend. Never say, "no" you'll squelch the child's inner confidence. Which of these philosophies of child-rearing do you endorse? Most of us were raised under some variation of the above. And, as we know from raising our own children, the theories and recommendations on how to raise a well-balanced, "successful," self-confident, capable and kind child are ever-changing and ever-challenging. Today, on "I'm Just Sayin'" I will be joined by Dr. M. Mark McKee, Psyd, who specializes in Adolescent and Child Behavior. Have a question about a specific situation you're dealing with your teen right now? Call (646) 721-9754 between 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. tomorrow morning to ask Dr. McKee a question.
Tune in! You might like what you hear.
The Original Series vs. Abbrams Universe -- the impact the new movies have had on fan fiction, the Star Trek fandom, and the pairing of Kirk/Spock.
Why I write in AOS but never had any desire to write in TOS as a fan fiction writer.
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That was the storyline for my preview show with the actors and stage crew
Today S3prodctions ventures into new territory. Theatre promotions. The MHS Theatre Productions and Thespian Troupe #7389 Proudly Presents Neil Simon’s “The Good Doctor”.
The shows lead Director of the show John Avatefi and were talking about trying something new for our different venues when the idea popped up to promote “The Good Doctor” and be on the few High Schools to have their radio commercial to promote their productions. I, being one to always willing to try something new, agreed.
I hope to talk to Both Directors, Actors and of course my favorites the tech people
so on today's show I want to play Critic beacuse I can
I was fortunate enough to attend the Saturday night showing of the “Good Doctor “presented by the MHS Theatre Productions and Thespian troupe # 7389. All I can say is BRAVO, BRAVO. I really enjoyed the show especially act 7 “The Defenseless Creature” while I will not tell you the storyline let it suffice to say I have faced the “Defenseless Creature “many times in the last 12 years. The part of the show that hit me the most was the LOVE, Dedication, Time, and Hard work that a group of high school students using a minimum of props could take an American playwright’s show transform it into a Russian Theatre show. Again I say BRAVO.
Best Actor goes to Director John Avatefi who during the Final Curtain Call pretended to have strong Emotional ties with his actors and Thespians in saying good bye to his seniors. That was great Acting John “I am Mr. Spock, emotions are Illogical”
THANK YOU to the entire MHS Theatre Productions and Thespian troupe # 7389 for a great show
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This week The Lone Writer Presents Chaplain Batman's Whiz Bang Radio, is entitled Pop Culture without Borders. Call in and talk about whatever you want to in the pop culture milieu, because it's your show.
This upcoming episide of Chapllain Batman's Whiz Bang Radio is dedicated to all things Star Trek. With Trekkers from all over the country calling in, music, trive and fun, it will prove to be a great show. Co-host Jeff Gafford (The Lone Writer) and I (Chaplain Batman) with all your help will explore the Trek Multiverse will gusto. LIve long and prosper.
Blessing gesture that was the inspiration for the Vulcan salute.
The Aaronic Benediction: "Live Long and Prosper!"
"Live Long and Prosper", from the old Star Trek episodes features actor Leonard Nimoy as Mr. Spock, performing a Vulcan salute, his four fingers forming a "V" and pronouncing a "blessing" of sorts as he bids us farewell. In Nimoy's autobiography I Am Not Spock, the actor states where he got this idea: from a Jewish synagogue, of all places. Nimoy (who is Jewish), recalls the time his grandfather took him to an Orthodox service, and there the rabbi pronounced, with fingers separated into what would later morph into the Star Trek Vulcan salute, the Aaronic Benediction, performed since ancient times by the Kohanim: the priestly descendants of Aaron: "The Lord bless you and keep you; the Lord make his face shine upon you and be gracious to you; the Lord lift up his countenance upon you, and give you peace." This Thursday night we look more closely at the meaning and relevance of this "Aaronic Benediction". Tune in and take notes! Your host: Rev. Rick Anderson, on "Jewish Roots", each Thursday at 9:30-10:30 pm, EST. Listen LIVE at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/fougcrew, or through Twitter, LinkedIn, GooglePlus and Facebook/com/fougcrew. To call with a question or comment: 347-324-5759. To access Rev. Anderson's website: http://www.scripturesdramatized.com .
The turbo-charged return of Chaplain Batman's Whiz Bang Radio stars with Batman the TV Show as its main topic of discussion. Other features will be music,trivia and various themes from the realm of pop culture including Star Trek, James Bond, Comics, Art, Books and anything else that pops up. 1 want the tue main feature of our show to be you. That can happen unless you call in. Too know the number to call, you have to tune in and listen. ;-)
Trivia in advance (answers are in the Chaplain Batman archive episodes at www.blogtalkradio.com/thelonewriter in the episode archive.
1. In the James Bond episode,What is the very early Batman/James Bond connection.
2. In the Star Trek Episode: What famous actor (who was in Dr. No and a long-running TV series) was considered for the role of Captain KIRK before William Shatner and why didn't it work out?
45 complete trips around the sun ago, your friend in podcasting, Phil Leirness, was born. We here at YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour wish him Many Happy Returns and we’re celebrating with one of our funniest episodes ever.
Long before Dean Haglund was the host of YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour and even before he was “Langly” on a certain television series, Dean was “Spock” in a long-running, live musical stage version of “Star Trek” in Vancouver, B.C. Like his Vulcan first officer, the “Kirk” from that show also went onto great success in a long-running sci-fi television franchise …
Actor, writer, improv comic and voice artist Gary Jones is perhaps best known for playing “Sgt. Walter Harriman” on “Stargate SG-1″, “Stargate: Atlantis” and “SGU Stargate Universe”. For years, we’ve been trying to get him onto the show and schedules have never alligned.
This week, we’ve got him on a long layover from Australia and he’s armed with hilarious stories about “Stargate”, Peter Deluise, Dean Haglund, Katharine Hepburn, Nick Nolte and there’s even an hilarious recurring joke about Rae Dawn Chong! What other show can claim that?!
In fact, this week’s show is so consistently hilarious that our friends over at Succotash (the comedy podcast podcast) needn’t bother clipping together excerpts from any other shows this week and should just replay ours (er, yours) in its entirety!
Before we sign off … It’s Thanksgiving week here in the USA and WE are truly grateful for all of you. Thanks for continuing to make this show happen!
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