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  • 01:05

    TW66: The Gods are @$$holes

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    It's Carmela, Chris and Jonathan back at on this weeks episode. The First Lady is the the hosts chair this week with Jonathan and Chris competing head to head. Jonathan's been on quite a losing streak lately and Chris is bound and determined to keep it going for another week. Will he be successful or will Jonathan find a way to come out on top. Listen and Enjoy!
    In other news, we have some BIG NEWS this week. Trivial Warfare is a finalized for a 2016 Podcast Award in the Games and Hobbies category. The voting will be hopen for the next two weeks. You can vote once per day per email address. I hope you'll support us by voting regularly. You can vote at www.podcastawards.com. Thanks!
    Also remember, if you want to support the show financially you can always do that at www.patreon.com/TWA

  • 02:40

    MLP G4 Year 3 part 4 - 06/01/2016

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    YIKES year 2 has flow past even faster than year 1 did.  We are already are at year 3.  My goodness at this rate we will be with the current toys as quickly as you can think.  Join us as we start into year 3 lickity split.
    Note we always start our shows with 'Pony news' for the week which includes packages recieved by thoses in the chat and cohosts and host.  We also open some packages live on the air.  To make it seem like everyone is getting something. The amount of packages opened on air will be fewer, but we promise will be exciting to hear about.  Also join us for the Blind Bag Pony of the week.  We are also doing this as this line is current and right now short, therefore this helps us to lengthen the year so that we do not run out of content.  We also discussed fair information as well, including our plans.
    Please note that we will be using multiple sites for this one including:
    My Little Wiki
    MLP Land
    Strawberry Reef's site
    If any of our listeners know of a good website to use please contact us.
    Also join us for our wacky conversations.
    Please note that we maybe late in starting our topic due to issues beyond our control.  If co-hosts are not yet at their computers or we get distracted please bare with us.  We are not always perfect.  PONY HUGS.
    Also if we continue to be off topic we will change the topic of the show to reflect that.  Also we don't take random callers due to the issues we have had with random people in the chat rooms.  We keep this a family friendly show and want to keep it that way.

  • 00:50

    SHF Radio: Order of the Arrow Blue Book 2.0 With Roy More

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    www.scoutinghotfinds.com The effort to catalog and describe all known Order of the Arrow issues has been ongoing since the 1950s.  Many old collectors will remember the Bill Price books that had a picture of each flap and attempted to describe the restrictions.  David Leubitz had a book – the original Blue Book that tried to catalog the issues and introduced the vocabulary that many collectors are familiar with today such as “S” for solid embroidered flap and “F” for not fully embroidered flap.  Later Albertus Hoogeveen and Richard Breithaupt revolutionized this effort with Arapahoe that was published in 1976 with pictures.  The Arapahoe II Supplement was published in 1988 and reorganized the original catalog based on new information.  Perhaps it was this renumbering of issues that led some collectors to begin work on a new Blue Book effort that would have a structure of national (4), regional (18) and lodge (100+) editors to make the final determinations on cataloging Order of the Arrow memorabilia. 
    In this session that was recorded at the Dallas TOR in 2013 there is a discussion led by Roy More of TSPA that catches up on that history and explains what is going on with Blue Book 2.0. The Blue Book was published in 1996 and eventually the printed book included 5 editions that came in two year intervals.  The final version was released almost completely as a digital product in 2006. 
    Johnny Sneed of Louisiana is also  in on the session and he served as one of the original regional editors and volunteered his time and talents to lay out the massive book.  You can also hear the voice of Todd Rogers who chimes in with some good points. Much of the second half of the session is a brainstorming chat about how to redo the numbering and classification system of OA patches.

  • 00:42

    The Pond Hunter Radio Broadcast Ep.38 - How Much $$ Are Koi Fish Worth?

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    Koi fish are the most expensive fish in the world. How much are your koi fish worth? Check out episode 38 of the Pond Hunter Radio Broadcast and see if you have a pots of gold swimming in your pond. Can you cash out on your fish, or is all that money just a myth? Join Mike Gannon, The Pond Hunter, while we explore how to determine the value of koi fish. Learn what sort of criteria the pros use to determine the price tag of a koi fish and what you need to consider before selling or buying your next koi fish. Are you're fish going to make you rich? Let's find out!
    If you enjoy this show please give it a review.
    Find more Pond Hunter on YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Periscope, and Itunes.
    "In The Pursuit Of All Things Aquatic"
    All material from this podcast solely owned by Mike Gannon.

  • 00:45

    EP88 - Interview with Dan Hardy from Hardy Rifle Engineering

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    Tune in to find out what the 3 B's are and get Dan's thoughts on firearm maintenance, Dan and Stephen geek out a little in this show - SORRY!
    Hardy Rifle Engineering Ltd was founded in early 2006 by Daniel Hardy during his military career in the NZ Army as an Armourer / Weapons Engineer. In December of 2007 Hardy terminated his employment with the Military to run the company full time.
    In the years following Hardy Rifle Engineering has gone from strength to strength, developing world class rifle suppressors to match grade barrels.
    The company has now expanded to consist of 10 personnel with various backgrounds, qualifications and skill sets.
    Hardy Rifle Engineering prides itself in operating by the companies motto:
    Knowledge  -  Innovation  -  Service

  • 00:30

    Increase Your Chances Of Winning The Lottery!

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    Tune in and chat with the movers and shakers in the promotional industry including contestors, promoters, marketers and sponsors. My guest is: Richard Lustig, seven time lottery winner, author of Learn How to Increase Your Chances of Winning the Lottery. http://www.winninglotterymethod.com.

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  • 00:54

    Madden Fight Club Radio Show #11

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  • 00:32

    Breaking Vengevine in Modern: Can it be Done, and will Patrick Chapin save us?

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    Eloy and David are back at it again, telling you nothing insightful or extraordinary about Magic the Gathering. But today we try to talk about Vengevine, its history, and where it can possible go in the world of Modern, where it has neither Survival of the Fittest, nor Buried Alive, nor Intuition, nor anything that could make it remotely competitive. Today we try to fix that. 

  • 02:00

    Behind The Glass - Barbie Fiorentino

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    Join us with Barbie Fiorentino aka pleco Barbie as we take a look at not only plecos but also at her company Aquarium Solutions
    You can also find Aquarium Solutions on Facebook

  • 02:01

    Aquarium News Guppy Breeding Workshop

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    This special edition of Aquarium News is devoted exclusively to guppy breeding and the world of designer guppies.  Bill and Steve are joined by special guest, Philip Shaddock the owner of GuppyDesigner.com and the author of the breakthrough book "The Guppy Color Manual" as well as several other books on guppy care and genetics. Philip is also well known for his iconic creation, the See-Thru Guppy.

  • 01:01

    The Peddler Hour: Buy Sell & Trade LIVE on the air!

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    Lunch boxes have been a reflection of popular culture in America since the mid 1900s. Construction workers, children and executives alike have used them to carry their midday meal with them to school or the work place. Vintage lunch boxes manufactured between 1950 and 1987 are now coveted by collectors everywhere.  Our guest is Warren Madden from Fort Richey, Florida--an avid collector:  an expert in his field.  He is also a film maker and I can't wait to find out more!
    Still popular today, these whimsical boxes conjure up the memories of yesteryear with popular characters fondly remembered from childhood. Prices for these pieces of history vary according to item. Items in mint condition are difficult to find because these items were used on a daily basis and often sustained damage. Many were simply discarded and replaced at the beginning of the new school year. There are some that can cost as little as a few dollars and others that may cost several hundred dollars.  Mr Fixit joins us with some great "fix-it" tips!  Call in and buy, sell and trade!

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