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Our guest is Scott Brusaw, owner of Solar Roadways, a company that proposes to turn highways and parking lots into giant solar-energy arrays.
The company got a huge boost when George Takei, who played Star Trek's Sulu posted about the company to his 8 million plus social media followers. Solar Roadways, which is being crowdfunded on Indiegogo, saw their campaign pass the $2 million mark as the post went viral, making it the most successful project in Indiegogo’s history.
Learn more about the Solar Roadways story, the potential of the concept and the barriers to its adoption.
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.
Saturday Night Slam Masters returns with two matches with astounding consequences on the future of PCW and a debate that may incite a new battle in a long running war.
Join Black Sulu 2 (don't let the number fool you), and Smarky McNitpicker as they take you through the events that transpired this week in the world of Programme Championship Wrestling.
Ninja Guy Dan takes the Tough Talk Challenge.
Carson City Jones goes toe to toe with the Southern Dandy for the PCW Radio title.
"Playboy" Kyle Rieger debates Chuck Meltzer on Substance abuse in Pro Wrestling moderated by Black Sulu 2.
All this and more on this weeks edition of PCW Saturday night slam masters.
The Miller Frost Show continues mid-week with the latest odds and ends news. On Deck: Royal wedding hoopla, U-shaped happiness, Denver pot rallies, tranny time, bullying block, more gays through the rainbow ceiling, Lt. Sulu protests whitewashing, NY marriage equality videos, fighting hate at hockey games, Malaysian anti-gay camp fun, improving a man's length, unemployment capes and more welfare for the masses.
Mego, Galoob, Playmates and Art Asylum. These are the toy companies that produced some of the best and most collectible Star Trek toys. How many starship Enterprises do you have? Do you own a phaser or a tricorder or both? These toy companies have made transporters that really 'work' and of course they've made action figures of Captain Kirk, Spock, Mr. Sulu, Captain Picard, Data and so many more. Here are the toys of Star Trek.