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  • 02:02

    Cinema Geeks – Episode 67 – Catching Up

    in Movies

    Today on Episode 67 of the Cinema Geeks …..we react to a heavy dose of Star Wars news and rumors, we discuss what could be next in the Nightmare on Elm Street, Alien and Predator franchises, we react to the trailers for Life, Victor Frankenstein, The Martian and The Hateful Eight and we go over ...

  • 00:16

    The Eight Prayer Watches Which One is Yours?

    in Motivation

    We are to watch not only for the enemy’s activity but also for the manifestation of God’s plans. If we watch for the enemy and announce his activity, we can avert the devil’s plans to steal, kill and destroy what God has for us. Jesus said in Matthew 24:43, “But know this, if the good man of the house had known in what watch the thief would come, he would have watched and would not have suffered his house to be broken up.”

  • 01:59

    Nite Callers Bigfoot Radio Presents: Bob (Java Bob) Schmalzbach from California

    in Paranormal

    In June, 2005, a commuter was driving to work on Saturday morning. As the motorist rounded a turn in Highway 96 a few miles east of Happy Camp, the driver was looking up while passing a 25mph sign. It was then, the commuter got a good look at the creature.  The creature stood  upright and ran like a man, its long arms swinging. It was about eight feet tall, looked like an ape, and was covered with dark hair.When the witness arrived at Happy Camp, she stopped in at JavaBob's Bigfoot Deli next door to her work. She hurried into JavaBob's Bigfoot Deli to tell JavaBob about her experience while all the details were fresh in her mind.Later at work the witness shared her experience with her manager. The manager packed a 357 Magnum and a camera, drove to the scene of the incident between mile markers 47 and 48, and got out of the car. Standing next to the guard rail on the south side of the highway and looking up at the slope on the north, it was hard to imagine that anyone or anything could climb such a steep incline. At that time there was a rustling sound at the top, and this person also saw the creature standing there. Then it raised it's head and turned to walk away. This witness could see the creature so clearly that when it lifted its foot to leave, the lighter-colored heel-pad was visible. Bob has also written a book about his experiences with the Sasquatch.Purchase my latest book MONSTERS MYTHS and ME (hard copy) at; https://www.createspace.com/3378213 or on Amazon(Ebook) available on Kindle at: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00A5CGAUM#_fBuyContent=8394051

  • 00:52

    Proxy The Film: Writer/Director/Actor Brandon Deyette and Actor Charlie Harding

    in Movies

    Nicholas Snow welcomes Brandon Deyette who wrote, produced, directed and acts in his latest film, Proxy. Also joining the show, adult film star Charlie Harding who is making his mainstream entertainment debut in Proxy as Tristan.

    The film's synopsis?  On a Sunday in July, one man’s indiscretion affects eight lives. Josh thinks his only goal is to get back his grandmother’s engagement ring from ex-girlfriend Tess. A casual day gets much more serious for Steve and Tristan once their friend Price leaves for a date. A family secret causes friends Becca and Kari to reveal secrets of their own.

    Deyette started producing in 1994, at the legal age of 14 years old. While this seems like a stretch, it was merely a favor from a friend’s father that allowed him to do so. Since then, he’s gone on to work in Broadcast News, produced photo shoots, commercials, theatre, and video; written for and acted in theatre and commercials.  Harding began his performance career by playing Charlie Brown on stage in high school. After many years out of the performance arena, he made his adult acting debut for Falcon Studios in February 2012. He has performed in over 25 adult films.

    Visit NicholasSnow.com!  This episode's main sponsors are Desert AIDS Project and Lulu California Bistro.

  • 01:12

    October is a huge sports month, find out what that means for you....

    in Sports

    It's October and that means post season play in the majors. MLB teams play all year to get one of the coveted spots in the October tournament. How did your team fare? Are the Astros making their first playoff appearance since 2005? We'll talk about who's and who's not in baseball.


    NBA teams hit the court for training camp this week, now they’re gearing up for their first pre-season action. The Houston Rockets’ addition of Ty Lawson has players and fans hopeful about the 2015-2016 season. We’ll set the table for the next eight months of NBA action!


    Of course we’ll take a look around the NFL. We’re already a quarter of way through the regular season. Find out how your team is making out. And how about those Houston Texans? Is the Ryan Mallett led offense continuing to improve? How about that defense? Are JJ Watt, Jadeveon Clowney and company wreaking havoc on their offensive opponents?


    We’ll discuss all of this and more on this week’s show. Sporting News NFL Writer David Steele joins us to talk about the Ravens and NFL in general. Plus we’ll have interviews from Rockets players and coaches as well as the Astros and Texans. 


  • Oct. 7, 2015, 10pm (PDT) - Running for President with Independant Ed Baker

    in Paranormal

    I was born in Milwaukie, Oregon (yes I have a Birth Certificate to prove it!). I have lived in Oregon all my life. I currently live in Downtown Portland. I'm single, never married. 


    My parents have both passed on. My grandma is 93 and the best person I have ever met.

    I have three sisters, a number of nieces and nephews and their families who I appreciate and love very much.



    I love sports. I played Baseball as a kid for eight seasons. I coached Babe Ruth Baseball (ages 13-15) for 14 years.

    You won't find me out on a Golf Course or filling out an NCAA Basketball Tournament Bracket during my time in the White House. I think having that in the face of the American People while they are struggling day after day is insulting. I also don't believe the President can be expected to not have entertainment and enjoyment a few hours a week. I will be happy to throw out the occasional "First Pitch" for our National Pastime. 

    I started working in Market Research Call Centers at age 15. I conducted telephone surveys on numerous topics with consumers and businesses. I moved up quickly in this field and within a few years was at a Director level managing a Data Collection and had a couple of start-ups in the field as well. I understand conducting quality opinion research. I value talking to people about important issues. From time to time I will have surveys on this website which I would appreciate your help on. I will personally be reviewing all submissions and will keep that information confidential. I enjoy talking with people on the phone and in person about these issues as well. As time allows I will be conducting some research by those methods too.

    Currently I have one cat. His name is Titan. He is 10 years old and I've had him all his life. He's like a son to me. I'm excited to see him exploring the White House. 

  • 03:04

    The Female Solution: Are Young Men Taught How To Find A Wife?

    in Religion

    This is part 2 of last week's discussion, as we look at marriage from the men's perspective. Men are expected to find a wife and get married, yet with America's 62% of marriages ending in divorce, perhaps there is something not being taught about HOW to find a wife. When it comes to finding a mate, beauty was always a strong attraction for men, but what about personality, character, values? Does anybody really teach men how to recognize those things? How is it so many divorced men say that their wives turned out to be incompatible? The way many divorced men describe the end of the marriage, its as if they met and married someone they didn't even know.  How is it that the beautiful woman you married turned into a mean, hateful, hardhearted person that you couldn't stand to live with any longer? Did you have in mind what you wanted besides beauty? Are men really taught how to find what suits them? What was necessary yesterday does not apply today in terms of homemaking skills, farming skills, cooking skills, that were necessary for survival. What did your father teach you about women? What are you teaching your son? Or are men today being schooled from the streets only on how to get sex? What should elder men today be doing to stear younger men into healthy relationships that last?

  • Childhood abuse survivor and abuse expert, Kelly Flook, helps you heal

    in Spirituality

    I did everything society said to be happy. I got the degrees: BA, a Montessori degree, and an MA. I married the “right” men who could “give me respect and boost my confidence.” First an attorney. Had one daughter. The marriage ended after seven years because of his affairs. Eight years later, my second husband was a cardiologist from Virginia. We had a bi-coastal, whirlwind coke-induced love affair for eighteen months. The marriage lasted six months. I did things I thought might help society. I sent women to London for abortions before Roe v. Wade. I was active in the peace movement to stop the Vietnam War. I started NORML (the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws) with my first husband. I had the right jobs: I wrote and produced for PBS. I won numerous awards. I wrote screenplays to shine the light on inequities. None of this alleviated my pain, shame and suffering from the childhood beatings and sexual abuse that led to my self-abuse. My healing journey began with Shhhh!

    I have lived in Venice Beach, CA., just steps to the sand, for eighteen years. I’m a grandmother of two loving, beautiful, half Chinese boys. I just had a portion of a short story published in a new LA literary journal, FRE&D.  Currently, I’m working on my next book, “Mother NORML”.  For those who wish to clean out their pain and shame please join me in my weekly webinar, Skype to Write.  I have been on a spiritual journey.  I have become the me I came here to be! To help you do so go to my Resources for You tab.

  • 00:31

    Joe Goldberg Interview- Secret Wars: An Espionage Story

    in Books

    Joe Goldberg is a former CIA officer who worked for eight years in covert action, information collection, and analysis. During those years, he earned a Meritorious Unit Citation and three Performance Awards.

    His debut novel, Secret Wars: An Espionage Story is a suspenseful glimpse into the shadowy world of the CIA, where deceivers become the deceived and the consequences are life or death. It's a clandestine world where intricate networks of people fight a complex battle to keep the world safe from terrorism.

    When terrorists funded by the Libyan government strike airports in Rome and Vienna in 1985, the CIA enlists top propaganda expert Mike Garnett to help recruit a high-ranking Libyan official, Foreign Minister Abdallah Mukhtar, to work for the CIA. As violence escalates between the US military and terrorists based in Libya, Garnett utilizes CIA assets in Hollywood to produce a propaganda video designed to convince Mukhtar he was betrayed by his own regime. Garnett's plan works--but goes sideways when it motivates the Libyan official to do something Garnett didn't even consider.

    Sharp and insightful, Secret Wars: An Espionage Story is a thrilling tale of deception, betrayal, and patriotism--and Garnett soon learns they're not as black and white as they seem when he's forced to reevaluate the true nature of the business of deception.

    For fans of Tom Clancy, David Ignatius, and Frederick Forsyth, Secret Wars is a fictional thriller set against the backdrop of historical events. Meticulously researched, it pulls from the author's personal experiences as a member of the CIA.

  • Would You Like To Get Well?

    in Religion

    John 5:1-9 (LB)  Afterwards Jesus returned to Jerusalem for one of the Jewish religious holidays. [2] Inside the city, near the Sheep Gate, was Bethesda Pool, with five covered platforms or porches surrounding it. [3] Crowds of sick folks--lame, blind, or with paralyzed limbs--lay on the platforms (waiting for a certain movement of the water, [4] for an angel of the Lord came from time to time and disturbed the water, and the first person to step down into it afterwards was healed). [5] One of the men lying there had been sick for thirty-eight years. [6] When Jesus saw him and knew how long he had been ill, he asked him, "Would you like to get well?"

  • Mother’s Milk #SamiyyahSaafirMuhammad 323.927.2913

    in Family

    Samiyyah Saafir-Muhammad was born Jacqueline Glover in New York City in 1951. After spending her early years in foster care, moving four times before the age of three, she settled in with her aunt, following her father’s passing.

    While still in elementary school Samiyyah took an interest in helping other students do well, joining “The Future Teachers’ Club” in the fifth grade. As a high school student, Samiyyah became aware her people’s struggle for freedom—witnessing civil rights demonstrations, protests, assassinations and riots—and decided she wanted to help somehow.  It was in this atmosphere that she went off to Northeastern University in Boston where she majored in Education. Her stay there was short-lived, however, as she was introduced to the teachings of The Honorable Elijah Muhammad and thereafter joined the Nation of Islam. Within the Nation of Islam’s Muhammad University, Samiyyah underwent educational training and worked as a teacher’s assistant.

    Since 2005, Samiyyah has had the privilege of serving as the Directress at Muhammad University of Islam in Atlanta, which serves students from Pre-K to the eighth grade. She has been blessed to carry on the 84-year educational tradition, which was started by the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and his brave followers in the 1930’s.

    A widow after 35 years of marriage, Samiyyah presently enjoys the blessing of her and her husband’s nine children: six sons and three daughters, all of whom attended or are attending HBCUs. Samiyyah has been a mother to not only her nine children, but also to her two stepchildren, her nieces and nephews, her eight grandchildren and countless other children and adults in the community who come to her for advice, wisdom and guidance. Affectionately called MamaMiyyah, Samiyyah’s house is never empty.