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Mar 27, 2012

Guest and legendary radio personality Phil Hendrie joins the show. He blows Greg's and Mike Gibbons' minds with stories and a sampling of his character work.

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  • four and a half years ago
    Dominic
    I have not had a chance to talk about any of the books that I have read rnetcely, but I decided that today I would. Recently upon getting my Kindle 2 I downloaded for free a copy of Jules Verne's The Mysterious Island. One of the great things about owning a Kindle is that the second you own it you can download many classics for free and you already have a well stocked library full of classic novels that triumph over some of today's commercial attempts. I really recommend reading this book. It starts off slowly, and there were times in the middle of the book that I began to get overwhelmed by the complex descriptions that Verne offers about how this band of Civil War escapees manage their life on a strange island. Verne goes into such depth that the reader can actually tell that Verne probably spent many hours in his own contemplation about what he would do if he were stranded on an island. And let me be the first to say that if I were stranded on an island I would want Jules Verne right beside me. His knowledge of the subject went further than you would expect it to and considering that the book was written in the 1870 s. The type of information that was possessed by the characters given by Verne surpasses what most people would know today. It wasn't too far after being stranded that the band of men were making pottery, iron and planning to make guns. At one point they even knew to take small whale bones and hunt with them. These are things that are lost in today's world of luxury. I think the beauty of the story lies in its ability to transport you to this other place and time. As I read the book I felt as if I was back in the 1800 s trying to survive and thinking as I read, what would I do? It is an excellent book that could be read by young and old alike.
  • four and a half years ago
    Caroline
    so there could be a spot for you on the hop hop charts flava is still in depiednng on how you use it.. you can't just throw it around, but I think you did well I mean I laughed! You pretty much just dropped it like it was hot and with a little more practice you can just start writing lyrics for mary j blige or even lauryn hill .whatever happened to those gals? they're waiting for SMB to write the lyrics. hahaI'm happy for ya!!P http://pywcvvejbe.com [url=http://gmkugxsrvfm.com]gmkugxsrvfm[/url] [link=http://ipzfewj.com]ipzfewj[/link]
  • four and a half years ago
    Lorrany
    Thank you so much for this!! I bookmarked the site. Reading is usulaly much easier for me than videos, so this is perfect for me. I, too, am so thankful to have found Derek Prince. His teachings have really helped me grow in Christ. Thanks, again, Chidi! I hope you have a great weekend http://trfnoy.com [url=http://zeexnabm.com]zeexnabm[/url] [link=http://xejlkl.com]xejlkl[/link]
  • four and a half years ago
    Vitor
    Lee Hendrie will not be signing for Mansfield Town after a late cghnae of heart. The 33-year-old had been set to agree a deal with the Stags, with manager Duncan Russell declaring he was '99 per cent' certain of a deal being agreed. But the former England international and Aston Villa regular is now set to go abroad instead. Mansfield were informed of the midfielder's decision yesterday through his agent.
  • four and a half years ago
    Habib
    A takes on the debt, but then they could spin off a business, tack on the debt and have the other coamnpy declare bankrupcy (I heard that SLE tacked on their debt to the spin off coamnpy HBI).
  • four and a half years ago
    Hager
    “Lee’s contract was basclaily to give him a little bit of security and some time to show us what he can do. In the meantime, if he carries on doing well that’s going to alert other people as well. There’s nothing we can do about that. But I still maintain Lee is thoroughly enjoying himself here and that’s important. We’d like to keep him longer and if the opportunity comes to stay here for the rest of the season, then I’m sure he will look seriously at it.”