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Have you ever seen a dead body? People find dead bodies everywhere, under floorboards, inside chimneys, and in their homes. They’re at crime scenes, disaster scenes and in morgues. There have been dead bodies on the red carpet, in cannibals’ dens, and even advertised in the classifieds. In this series, experienced crime and court reporter Sharnelle Vella, and veteran radio host Dee Dee Dunleavy look at where dead bodies have been found, how they got there, and most importantly, the effect on ...
 
The Drums of Jeopardy is a 1920 American novel by Harold MacGrath. The story was serialized by the The Saturday Evening Post beginning in January of 1920. In 1922 the book was made into a Broadway play and the following year a motion picture. A second film version appeared in 1931. It is said that a young Boris Karloff, who previously had a few uncredited film roles, chose his stage name for his first screen credit in 1920 from a Russian mad scientist character named "Boris Karlov" in this n ...
 
Under the Library is a weekly recorded RPG/TTRPG game utilizing the Call of Cthulhu rule set. It is set on a fictitious earth (at least until the aliens arrive) where cosmic horror is steeped in mystery and slathered with self-deprecating humor. Our current campaign is Blood on the Rocks, an original weird west sandbox created by our Keeper and mispronouncer Michael Frank. Each week, Michael leads his friends (a motley crew of opera singers, DMs, puppet makers and serial killers) as they bra ...
 
"Top 100 Small Business Podcasts 2014" -- Small Biz Trends. Former Clinton White House Writer John Corcoran shows you how to build relationships intelligently to get more clients, grow your income and advance your career. Discover how you can use win-win networking and intentional relationship-building with Influencers and VIPs, even if you "hate networking" or feel like you have "nothing to offer" people who are successful. Interviews with today's top entrepreneurs and authors such as Dan P ...
 
Get a free audiobook of your choice from http://audiobookspace.com/full Let Us Tell You a Story. We've got more than 100,000+ incredible audiobooks that will take you anywhere you want to go. We have it all! Bestsellers, classics, award-winners, romance, thrillers, Fiction, business, bios, young adult and more. What do you want to listen to? Take your books anywhere with our free apps for iOS and Android. Listening on-the-go has never been faster, easier or more enjoyable. We've introduced p ...
 
Tons of the fans of WeLoveFlixFix.com felt like the staff knew way to much about movies and television. Many a day would go by with members of the team getting into heated arguments laced with jokes, and innuendo all based off of entertainment news. These guys are not in the 'entertainment' business but they really know how to talk shop and make you laugh and think at the same time. So the staff of MyMorningJoe.com took the fans request of making a podcast and created 'Flix Fix'. Flix Fix wi ...
 
Get a free audiobook of your choice from http://audiobookspace.com/full Let Us Tell You a Story. We've got more than 100,000+ incredible audiobooks that will take you anywhere you want to go. We have it all! Bestsellers, classics, award-winners, romance, thrillers, Fiction, business, bios, young adult and more. What do you want to listen to? Take your books anywhere with our free apps for iOS and Android. Listening on-the-go has never been faster, easier or more enjoyable. We've introduced p ...
 
CLEWS is a library devoted to top-shelf, literary, culturally significant true crime stories from around the world. Our chairs rest at the intersection of history, journalism, law, and murder. Every episode is the product of meticulous research and analysis that will inform, entertain, teach, and surprise even the most knowledgeable true crime aficionado. Episodes featuring true stories alternate with episodes devoted to interviews of today's best-selling true crime authors. Lead author Laur ...
 
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Episode Notes: Today on JAF Classics I take you back to January 17, 2007 and Episode #21 of the original run of Just Another Fanboy. I open the show with my thoughts on some New Avengers news from the time, with some help from Norman and Gary. Listener's Feedback . . . in which we get a voicemail from Jesse who has something to say about the upcomi…
 
Episode Notes: This week I'm joined by writer, cartoonist, and animator, Keith Cunningham and the two of us sit down over Skype to talk about his new book: Secret Highways: & Other Stories Beyond that we delve into the self-Publishing world as well as Keith's other creative ventures. Get Secret Highways now on Amazon Keith's Website - www.phantomsp…
 
On this Episode of Under the Library: Outside of the gate to the facility, Jo and Boone start advertising chicken using the megaphone. From inside, Bello can hear them. He heads towards a group of people in the parking lot and starts to make innocent conversation, asking what happened. A woman responds, asking him what department he's from. She see…
 
Grady Stiles Jr. was not only a killer, but a murder victim. He became famous as Lobster Boy in a bizarre travelling sideshow. While most of the world was confined to their homes at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, UK police were called to investigate a car being driven erratically near Coleford in the Forest of Dean, leading to the uncovering …
 
Episode Notes: Today on JAF Classics I take you back to January 10, 2007 and Episode #20 of the original run of Just Another Fanboy. I try to jump into the show but instead, Norman has to come on and give me crap. Listener's Feedback . . . in which there was none and so Norman talks about how he called the Just Another Fanboy voiceline and didn't l…
 
Episode Notes: This week I'm talking about The Heckler by Keith Giffen, Tom and Mary Bierbaum, Malcolm Jones III, Bob Lewis, Steve Mitchell, Tom McCraw, and Bob Pinaha. The Heckler was published by DC Comics and ran for 6 issues with cover dates ranging from September of 1992 to February of 1993, proving that there were great comics published in th…
 
On this Episode of Under the Library: Cully questions the confused and unresponsive Richard to no avail. Rutherford notices that Richard has wet himself. He also has redness and broken capillaries in the corner of his left eye. Richard asks to go home because he's very tired. As Rutherford and Cully examine Richard, Franny notices a man sitting on …
 
Rich Russakoff is a business coach, speaker, author, and serial entrepreneur. He brings more than 45 years of experience successfully starting and developing businesses, working with CEOs and other entrepreneurs, training, consulting, and business brokering. He is the Author of Make Banks Compete To Lend You Money: The Complete Guide to Business Lo…
 
Episode Notes: Today on JAF Classics I take you back to January 3, 2007 and Episode #19 of the original run of Just Another Fanboy. With little preamble I just jump right into the show: Listener's Feedback . . . in which there was none and so Norman and Gary laugh at me and sing a song about it. News and Information You Could Have Easily Gotten For…
 
Episode Notes: As the title eludes to, I'm all over the place in this episode. Among the topics I cover: When Season 6 of Just Another Fanboy ends, and when Season 7 begins. The new Just Another Voiceline: (785) 318-6673. The loss of Neal Adams and George Pérez. Twig #1 by Skottie Young and Kyle Strahm from Image Comics. Seeing a preview of the Jur…
 
On this Episode of Under the Library: In Richard's house, Franny and Rutherford continue to plan for their entry into the science facility. Franny sketches rough copies of the blueprints, and Rutherford memorizes them. They realize the train runs in and out of the building in question, and they want to ask Boone if he saw any clues in his travels. …
 
Episode Notes: Today on JAF Classics I take you back to December 27, 2006 and Episode #18 of the original run of Just Another Fanboy. I begin by talking about a KISS DVD I got for Christmas. Listener's Feedback . . . in which there was supposed to be none, then there turned out to be an email. News and Information You Could Have Easily Gotten For Y…
 
Episode Notes: Here we go again with another episode in which I continue my nostalgic trek through G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero from Marvel Comics, one issue at a time. Today, I'm looking at issue #8: "Code Name: Sea-Strike!" by Herb Trimpe, Christie Scheele, and Rick Parker. "Action and adventure Joe style on land, on sea, in the air, and even i…
 
On this Episode of Under the Library: After everyone else leaves the theater and heads to Richard's house, Jo returns home and opens her mysterious book. Cursive writing appears in front of her eyes; a male author describing a successful ritual. That night, Jo's dreams include disturbing visions from the journal. The next morning she stops by the t…
 
Elmer McCurdy was a drunk and a train robber. It was decades after his death that his body was discovered at an amusement park in California. If you had committed a murder, would you consider yourself to be violent? Would you be chummy with the police when they arrived on your doorstep? Some killers behave differently, as evidenced by the odd behav…
 
Episode Notes In 1975 writer Doug Moench and Artist Don Perlin, in need of a villain powerful enough to subdue and capture a werewolf, created a throw away character they called The Moon Knight. 47 years later Moon Knight has become the avatar of an Egyptian Moon God, the Fist of Khonshu, a hero who punishes evil despite battling with dissociative …
 
Episode Notes: Today on JAF Classics I take you back to December 20, 2006 and Episode #17 of the original run of Just Another Fanboy. I begin the episode by apologizing for storming off at the end of the JAF Classics Episode #15. Then, of course, Gary and Norman arrive to berate me for a bit for leaving them to finish that last episode. Then I burs…
 
On this Episode of Under the Library: Bello still seems to be in pain and Boone wants to help. He peels off the upper half of the chicken costume and applies first aid to Bello's broken arm, leaving it in a sling. After much discussion, the group decides to return to DIck's house to look for clues. Cully looks for aspirin for Bello in the medicine …
 
Harold Tan is a serial entrepreneur with expertise in e-commerce and information systems. ​Harold has built and exited e-commerce companies and is currently a Co-founder at GigaWatt Inc, a solar company focused on distributing and installing residential and portable solar power. Harold first got involved in Bitcoin in 2012, making him one of the ea…
 
Episode Notes: Today on JAF Classics I take you back to December 13, 2006 and Episode #16 of the original run of Just Another Fanboy. I begin the episode by apologizing for storming off at the end of the JAF Classics Episode #15. Then, of course, Gary and Norman arrive to berate me for a bit for leaving them to finish that last episode. Then I burs…
 
Episode Notes In April of 1992, 30 years ago, Image Comics published their first comic: Youngblood #1 by superstar artist and Image founder, Rob Liefeld. Today I look back at my time buying Image Comics in those first few years, how my research for an episode of another podcast made me realize that Image turned 30 this month, and what I think about…
 
On this Episode of Under the Library: Having arrived at the theater, Dr. Gardener approaches her patient, Bello Poulet. It quickly becomes clear that she's reluctant to care for the seemingly insane chicken man, but eventually she relents. Franny offers to stay behind and assist the doctor as Levine orders everyone else out of the theater lobby. In…
 
Dr. Ken Blanchard is one of the world's most influential leadership experts. He is the co-author of more than 65 books including The One Minute Manager with combined sales of over 23 million copies in 47 languages. In 2005, he was inducted into Amazon's Hall of Fame as one of the top 25 best-selling authors of all time. He is also the Co-founder of…
 
Ryan Villanueva is an entrepreneur and educator who's consulted for the United Nations, national governments, and billion-dollar unicorns. He is a Senior Consultant at Crews Consulting Group where he helps entrepreneurs increase revenue, profitability, and valuation of their businesses. He is also the Co-founder and Chief Education Officer at Best …
 
Episode Notes: Today on JAF Classics I take you back to December 6, 2006 and Episode #15 of the original run of Just Another Fanboy. I start the episode with a few Rapid Reviews of New X-Men Childhood's End Volumes 1 and 2, The Superman Doomsday Omnibus, and Superman Returns (the movie). Then we get into all the stuff: Listener's Feedback in which …
 
Episode Notes It's that time, once again, to continue my read through Madman, one issue at a time. In this episode I talk about Madman Comics #6 by Mike and Laura Allred. "Hang on to your hair piece! It's Big Guy a go-go! Mike Allred introduces the latest addition to the Legend line-up in this thunderous two-part story pitting Frank Miller and Geof…
 
On this Episode of Under the Library: In the lobby of the theater, Jo is approached by a couple from Abeline, Texas. Betty Lou claims to be able to read minds and provides facts about both Jo and Cully, and Jimmy Dale seems to be a little slow. Betty Lou gives Jo a quarter from 1892 and leaves to get ice cream, saying that she will see Jo later. Wo…
 
Melanie Chandruang is the Founder of WeConsult, a consultancy that helps agencies scale by optimizing their operations and strategizing infrastructure around financials, HR, culture, and overall workflows in business. Melanie helps creative agencies set up their day to day operations in order to run profitably. She has more than 10 years of experie…
 
Calvin Johnson is a serial entrepreneur, speaker, and coach. He founded a Costco home delivery service company in 1989 which he later turned into an e-commerce office supply company and office coffee company. He generated about $300 million over the years before selling it in 2021. Calvin now runs ClubNeed, an adventure travel company and The Cultu…
 
Episode Notes: Today on JAF Classics I take you back to November 29, 2006 and Episode #14 of the original run of Just Another Fanboy. There ain't no dilly-dallying in this episode, folks. I ain't messing around. I start this show with the intro, then blaze right along to all the normal gobbledy goop: Listener's Feedback (with one, incredibly odd vo…
 
Episode Notes Here it is, folks. Episode 250 in all it's naked glory! Which just means that I live streamed this episode on YouTube as I was recording it and I decided to leave everything in. The long pauses, the mistakes, pretty much all of it. In fact, I called the show the Just Another Podcast and while I normally would have gone back and record…
 
On this Episode of Under the Library: In the theater, Franny has just asked the spirits "how did my great uncle die?" Everyone else in the theater sees a moving image in the mist depicting a burial. In a cinematic western style, a group of mourners throw dirt on a grave. At the same, Franny hears a voice say "Jack Crabbe, you're gonna meet your mak…
 
Dr. Jeremy Weisz is the Co-founder of Rise25, a company that helps B2B business owners connect with their ideal prospects, referral partners, and strategic partners through a done-for-you podcast service. Dr. Weisz has been involved in podcasting for 11 years and was a senior producer for one of the early business podcasts; he assisted in putting a…
 
Dominic Rubino is a business coach, entrepreneur, and podcaster. He has built and sold two companies ⁠— CanadaPharmacy, which he built up to $120 million a year in annual revenue before selling it, and FocalPoint Business Coaching, which was in partnership with the business guru, speaker, thought leader, and author, Brian Tracy. Dominic is the Host…
 
Episode Notes: Today on JAF Classics I take you back to November 22, 2006 and Episode #13 of the original run of Just Another Fanboy. I open the show with a few super brief reviews of Runaways by Brian K. Vaughan and Adrian Alphona and Batman City of Crime by David Lapham, Ramon Bachs and Nathan Massengill. Then I talk a bit about CSI: Miami, a gui…
 
On this Episode of Under the Library: Having left Dick's house, everyone is killing time before the show. At the General Store, John Boone meets Jo's boss Belinda. She overcharges him for 3 cans of beans and some gum for Culligan. Jo feels bad and steals an extra can of beans for Boone. Culligan, Boone, and Jo arrive at The Classic and hear an anim…
 
Bennie Fowler is the Founder and President of Infinite Potential Ltd and is also an eight-year veteran in the National Football League (NFL). He began his career as an undrafted free agent signed by the Denver Broncos in 2014. He was a member of their 2016 Denver Broncos Super Bowl 50 championship team and may be best remembered for having hauled i…
 
Bill Flynn is a coach, author, and speaker who has collaborated with Alan Mulally and pitched Steve Jobs. He has worked for and advised hundreds of companies including startups across multiple industries. He has been a VP of Sales eight times, twice a CMO, and once as GM of a division within a $100 million IT services company before he pivoted to b…
 
Episode Notes: Today on JAF Classics I take you back to November 15, 2006 and Episode #12 of the original run of Just Another Fanboy. In the episode, before we get to the scheduled silliness and segments, I start off with a story about being thrown up on by my son, I talk about a couple of comics I got from the library, I chat a bit about going thr…
 
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