The demands of prison are ones that only those who have been there can truly imagine. Regardless of whether you were wrongly put there for murdering your wife, or for robbing a bank, Prison is the ultimate bellwether for those that enter the tall walls and not so pearly gates. Inside this episode we … Continue reading Our Review of “The Prisoner” – Season 2, Episode 25
One of the consequences of the Corona-virus pandemic is people are adopting more animals, which means they are also trying to find obedience trainers. There are limited in- person classes and most have limited enrollment due to need for social distancing. Besides offering in-home obedience training, my guest today will also discuss her focus … Continue reading On The Spot Dog Training: A Conversation with Marilyn Gaffney
COVID-19. It’s August 2020. Months ago, I think we were all hopeful that the virus would be something of the past. But it didn’t go away. Obviously, we could debate all of the reasons why that may be but here we are. The summer has nearly passed us by and fall sports practices, for … Continue reading COVID-19 Update: Are Sports Happening This Fall?
Welcome to another edition of My Big Fat Pull List’s Current Issues. Our top stories for this episode include looking at the latest alien invasion targeting Marvel Comics in Empyer, examining how Amazon’s deal with the apocalypse in Wonder Woman: Dead Earth from DC Comics, trying to clean That Texas Blood off our hands … Continue reading Current Issues – Episode 7 (July/August 2020)
Everyone who has a cell phone has more than likely been preyed upon by a scammer. Scammers come in all shapes, sizes, ages and gender. All the scammer wants is to take advantage of what you have worked so hard for, while they do nothing but lie, cheat and steal. Nothing is scared to … Continue reading Scammers: Getting Educated – Volume 1
The final countdown to a conclusion inside ANY story is always one fraught with peril, speed bumps and potentially interest-killing hi jinks. One wrong step can send the entire apple cart – characters, story and all into a chasm from which there is no rescue. Inside the most-recent episode of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, … Continue reading Season 7, Episode 11 “Brand New Day”
Mixing genres isn’t as easy as one might think. Like Comedy and Drama…do you balance the two or will your story be heavier on one side or the other? Historical and Romance…my wife’s book collection only proves that it can be done. Western and Horror…now that’s an interesting combination. Sometimes we take for granted … Continue reading Talk About Terrifying: Horrors Of The Weird West
The sports preparticipation exam. Some love it, some hate it. For athletes it’s a nearly annual ritual. But why do we do it? Are we truly doing it the way we should be doing it? What’s new from the 5th edition that was released in May 2019. Have you checked? Is your state using … Continue reading The Sports Pre Participation Exam (PPE)
As children, summer time meant sleeping in and staying up late, going out into the world, looking for harmless mischief, reading stacks of comics and debating with your friends “who’s the coolest primate character, The Mandrill, Gleek, Cy-Gor, Detective Chimp, or Gorilla Grodd?” Summer time as a kid was a blast! Then we had … Continue reading Summer Special Spectacular!
I’ve noticed many people who have puppies or have recently adopted dogs. Maybe it’s due to the pandemic and you’re spending more time at home and think it’s a good time to add a furry member to your family. Whatever the reason, adding a new dog is a fun time, but it also requires … Continue reading Pandemic Puppy Training: A Conversation with Kama Brown