Sunday, January 10, 2010

Monday Jan 11, 2010

Guest #1:
Will Jordan "The Incarnation of Catman Billy"
Born a human spirit in a cat body, an accident Billy soon realizes is no accident, he has to learn anew how to define himself. Before, he never gave any thought to whether cats have personal
problems or issues; he always thought that hunting was something that cats just did, like eatingIncarnation of CatMan Billy ... and sleeping ... until he came back as a cat. Now he's trying to survive while he sees the world through new eyes and negotiates life on four feet. Can the CatMan release the human programming of reactive emotions and move to seeing with clarity? Can Billy transform himself from past human limitation and integrate his growing feline information to act effectively in the world? The adventure tale provides the scene on which Billy explores certainty of being and action, power and clarity. That quirky feline mix of shrewd hunting, independence of spirit and a light-footed curiosity about the universe. His path toward enlightenment is made all the more interesting by his encounters with other feline characters, like Grey, The Hunter of the Night, who teaches him about Spirit energy and how it can be used to forge connections with others, and Elwood, the comically serious cat who shows Billy there's more to life than criticism, fear, and anger (all traits too common in human existence.)

Guest #2:
Don Schmitt "Witness to Roswell"
The best-selling UFO book of 2007/2008 is revised and updated with even more
Witness To Roswellhard-hitting eyewitness testimony of one of the most important events of all time: the actual recovery of a UFO outside of Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947. For more than 60 years, government authorities have led us to believe the wreckage was merely a very conventional weather balloon--but the witnesses who were there continue to tell a different story. Witness to Roswell once again takes you on a "can't put down" written account of what really transpired in Roswell, 61 years ago. It pries loose the truth the government doesn't want us to know.

ON THIS DAY - Jan 11
1964 - U.S. Surgeon General Luther Terry released a report that said that smoking cigarettes was a definite health hazard.
2000 - The merger between AOL and Time Warner was approved by the U.S. government with restrictions.
2002 - Thomas Junta, 44, was convicted of involuntary manslaughter for beating another man to death at their son's hockey practice. The incident occurred on July 5, 2000.

Birthdays Jan 11

Naomi Judd (The Judd's) 1946
Anna Calder-Marshall 1947
Dennis (Frederick) Greene (Sha-Na-Na) 1949
Ben Crenshaw 1952
John Sessions 1953
Robert Earl Keen 1956
Vicki Peterson (The Bangles) 1958
Kim Coles 1963
Jason Connery 1963
Maxee Maxwell (Brownstone) 1969
Mary J. Blige 1971

Music on Jan 11

1928 - "Old Man River" was recorded by Paul Whiteman and his orchestra.
1963 - The Whiskey-a-Go-G0 nightclub opened in Los Angeles, CA. - the first disco in the U.S.
1964 - "Ring of Fire" by Johnny Cash became the first country album to top charts
1965 - The Beach Boys recorded "Do You Wanna Dance."
1967 - Jimi Hendrix recorded "Purple Haze."
1987 - Frankie Goes to Hollywood hits with "Relax"

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