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My tweets [Aug. 16th, 2019|12:00 pm]
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MENVI contact info changing [Aug. 13th, 2019|07:38 pm]
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I have just updated MENVI's web site with some updated contact information. If you find invalid info on any of my sites along the network, please use the appropriate contact form to ask and enquire. There are so many pages that I can't keep track, but thats the biggest one to date. Thanks for your continued support and feel free to check out the blog to see whats here and of value.
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My tweets [Aug. 13th, 2019|12:00 pm]
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I'm just so tired of the news [Aug. 11th, 2019|05:06 pm]
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Hello folks,

I normally don't listen to the news much, but going through twitter, and being out and about exposes you to the news either in passing, or listening to it while waiting to do something somewhere where you might be. It also pops up in discussions on phone systems of all kinds. While I would like to be educated on whats going around us, I'm so tired of the news, because all I seem to hear is all of the bad news. Just going through twitter, and yes its several days old, I'm seeing news on the tragic shootings that we've recently had. I'm saddened to hear about these shootings, but sadly, its beyond our control. Shootings happen every single day, but we only hear about them when it is unexpected, I.E. someone goes somewhere and decides to have a bad day and takes care of some vendeta or problem, or maybe its just because.

I'm sorry to hear about the youngest victim who was only 15 years old in one shooting. I'm sorry that I'm seeing articles entitled "the United States isn't safe" because of the recent shootings. I'm just so sorry to hear about it, but sadly, I think its time to hear some good news.

I know in the technology field, hearing about the number of breaches each week, and how many millions of peoples personal information is sad, but thats worthy news because our information is at risk, and its a world wide problem we need to graple with every day. Shootings are sad, yes, but it doesn't effect everyone, and yet, we don't hear any good news like how a soldier saved someone's life or an officer of the law did something worth talking about.

More recently, a gentleman whom I am not able to remember his spelling, was responsible for elledged crimes back many many years. On Saturday, this gentleman took his own life in a jail cell. Thats great, because we don't have to pay for his jailtime sentence. The victims still don't have closure, and I'm sorry for that, but maybe the gentleman didn't have any other way out.

I'm not going to go posting articles here, nor am I going to go get the guy's name. Its time that we find ourselves some good news, or news that we can better react and ask questions about. The fact we don't have laws to get the guns out of the criminals, or laws to get you and me the ability to own a weapon without having a license, is what we should talk about. We shouldn't talk about how we've just had another shooting, and we still don't have any laws on the books to prevent another catastrophe. Seems like the shootings are happening both with people who shouldn't have them weapons, and with people who legally got one. So, if it was legally gotten, how do we then prevent those people from doing what they shouldn't with it? These are the questions we should be asking.

As for the breaches, we would be better off trying to figure out who is doing things like in the Capital One breach, and ask how we can prevent something like that from happening again.

Have any thoughts? I'd love to hear from you.
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The Independent artist show, broadcast 208 [Aug. 11th, 2019|03:54 pm]
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The two feeds have the show, and even Mixcloud is in the mix. Here is the show's playlist.


Welcome to broadcast 208. I plan to give you all some great music today. Hope you'll enjoy!

Set 1:
Zeph Allen, I Get Along
woodrowgerber, Heart On My Hands
Abbas Premjee, From the Ashes
Acappella, Wedding Day
Beegie Adair, At Last
Bob Mamet Trio, Danzon Allegretto
Acappella, Rock-A-My Soul
Escort, All Through the Night
Rana, Crying
Rhonda Lorence, The Last Letter

Set 2:
DeepDark & Scott Lawlor, Magnetar
Kuutana, A Mindful Moment
Michelle Qureshi & Songs of Eden, From My Windows
Michelle Qureshi, River of Calm
Scott Lawlor, Suffering is piled on suffering
Scott Lawlor and Jack Hertz, In the middle of the journey of our life I found myself within a dark woods where the straight way was Lost
Shane Morris and Scott Lawlor, The Path to the Gods

That completes the show, I hope everyone enjoys it. Thanks for listening!
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The Independent artist spotlight, broadcast 86 [Aug. 11th, 2019|10:08 am]
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Hello everyone,

After a long absence, i've put together broadcast 86 which aired last week on Saturday. That would've been the 3rd. I was fast on getting it up on the single feed but only put it on the duel feed this morning.

I want to give you the playlist of that show, which did have technical issues of some sort.



Welcome to podcast 207. On this program, lots of good music, new and old music.

Set 1:
Scott Lawlor & The Flesh, Full of Black Sand, Non omnis moriar
Rana, Therapeutic
Rhonda Lorence, The Last Letter
Robin Stine, Daydream
Russ Hopkins, Ramble Away
Seismic Anamoly, Serenade for Samantha


Set 2:
Dj Devenear, Saturday Night Southern Summer time Party
Mark Driesenga, Nothing But The Blood
Robert Rich & Ian Boddy, Blue Moon
Taylor Gayle, Pretty Things Break
Crows Labyrinth, Below

Set 3:
This is a long set of new and old music alike.
John Sherwood, Space (Live at Awakenings, 2014)
Scott Lawlor, Contemplative Ascent
Scott Lawlor, perfect calm
Scott Lawlor, Celestial Guide
Channels Of Blessings, Fisher Of Man
Bob Mamet Trio, Danzon Allegretto
David Carnes, It Is Well With My Soul
Gaelynn Lea, Someday We'll Linger in the Sun
Lindee Link, Mirror, Mirror
Aeoliah, Windsong
Matthew Schoening, Fifth Rendition
McKenna Morris, Aim High
Norm Lewis, Thank You for Your Love

End of program.




Thanks for listening, and I hope to get back in to broadcasting on a more regular basis. In a way, I miss it, however, I've had a lot going on. Thanks for listening!
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My tweets [Aug. 10th, 2019|12:00 pm]
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