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Renegade Talk Radio
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February 18, 2017 01:35 PM PST

Welcome Renegade Nation it’s me Naughty Nicole and it’s time for another Renegade Review. And this go round, we’re focusing on the odd and visually stunning offering from FX entitled Legion. I’ll admit, my fan-girling, Marvel-worshiping heart was all aflutter when I heard about this show making its way to the small screen, and as a devoted reader of the comic books and watcher of movies, I couldn’t wait to see how Fargo’s Noah Hawley approached this rich subject. So let’s jump right in…

How do you show the inside of a person’s mind? And what if that mind isn’t typical? What if that mind has supernatural powers? Each of these questions adds another layer to Legion’s portrayal of David Haller portrayed by the gifted Dan Stevens, and cements it as one of the most visually stunning television series perhaps ever on the air. Based on the Marvel Comic series and developed for FX by Fargo’s Noah Hawley, Legion explores the extraordinarily powerful mind of a less famous mutant (as in the X-Men, yes). But though we’ve seen plenty of Marvel and DC superheroes dominate the big and small screens in recent years, none have been as unique and genre-defying as Legion. Like David, it stands apart.

Legion follows a man named David Haller, who has lived in a mental institution for most of his adult life after suffering from visual and auditory hallucinations. Diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic, Haller is abandoned by his family — save for a sister — and he resigns himself to the belief that he’s “crazy,” taking the diagnosis and his current living arrangement in stride.
In the comics, David is the son of Professor Xavier, something the TV show is not ready to address for a while (and it will unlikely be directly connected to any X-Men cinematic universe). But that shadow of a connection means that Legion doesn’t have to spend time world-building, and instead, can focus completely on David’s journey — one that will appeal to superhero enthusiasts and non-enthusiasts alike. Well, if you like weird stuff.

February 17, 2017 09:19 AM PST

Updates on Venezuala :: Manchester NH officials attempting to stop feeding homeless :: Venezuelan Supreme Court upholds sentence for opposition leader :: Trump border control in San Diego :: Tatiana Moroz :: Difference between a liberal & conservative :: Red light cameras :: European Parliament calls for robot regulations :: Ralph calls in to claim he's not racist :: Ashton Kutcher and human trafficking :: HOSTS - Darryl, Heather, Cody & Chris

February 17, 2017 08:46 AM PST

There's more to this Universe than we know. That's a fair and deep statement that many, at the conscious level are trying to get through to those who will listen. Part of that is discovering oddities such as the Mandela Effect.
The man known as "Viking" joins us to discuss everything that is out of this world. You may choose to believe, or lean the conversation towards fantasy, but for many, this type of information that they have received is more than just sci-fi writing. Viking is an experiencer and information downloader. His goal is to help transverse the matrix of the universe. Unraveling the mysteries of the fabric of space/time continuum. Quantifying the causal affects of the Starr Seed Paradigm expressed thru the unique signature of human existence that we have come to understand as the shifting of paradigms in dimensional reality.

February 16, 2017 06:49 PM PST

Renegade Nation Welcome FREE LIVE TALK to our Lineup-- Listen in
Working for a Check Cashing Service :: Banks, Fees, and Hassles :: Cash and China :: Bitcoin Ponzi Scheme :: Man Hating Hoedown :: Jury Rights Expanding in NH? :: Greg in NY Wants Massive Welfare :: Non Aggression and Morality :: Persuading People to Liberty :: Banking Alternatives :: Amazon Prime :: Invading Iraq :: Sidewalk Clearing :: Texting While Driving :: HOSTS - Ian, Darryl, Jay

February 16, 2017 10:20 AM PST

It’s award season again, and that means it’s time to check out Hollywood’s real golden globes at the Peeper’s Choice Awards! First up, Mr. Skin, Andrea, and Jimmy discuss the top categories you can vote on this year, including Best Breasts, Best Butt, Best Full Frontal, and more!

In theaters, the sequel 50 Shades Darker delivers another round of bare Dakota Johnson, on SNL Pete Davidson represents Mr. Skin with an awesome shirt, and on HBO the sixth season premiere of Girls has full frontal from Jemima Kirke and Lena Dunham!

Leave us a voicemail at 484-SKINPOD or tweet a question to @MrSkin, and if we play it on the show, we’ll send you some Mr. Skin swag!!

February 15, 2017 04:41 PM PST

Over the years, Valentine's Day has become a commercial holiday for women. On February 14, intimate couples celebrate their love with candy, flowers, greeting cards, and other gifts of affection. Men do not want candy. Men have no need for flowers or teddy bears. There are two things men want: steak and a blowjob. March 14, one month after Valentine's Day, is the offical date for Steak and BJ Day. If a man makes his woman feel special on Valentine's Day, then she will make him feel special one month later. Even though this special day for men is not yet recognized by the government, Hallmark, or other major greeting card companies, it is slowly gaining recognition. To help keep the revolution alive, we have created the official website for Steak and BJ Day. Richie and Sammy Renegade Nation Always Remember Marla Keppler Co Founder Renegade Talk Radio

February 15, 2017 09:17 AM PST

Monthly contributor Samantha Mowat is back on Spaced Out Radio, with her experiences of a lifetime of ET Contact, and how it can help you out with your own experiences. Samantha is one of the best kept secrets in UFOlogy. She will help all of us understand the life of a contactee.

February 14, 2017 03:48 PM PST

Welcome Renegade Nation it’s me Naughty Nicole and it’s time for another Renegade Review. Today, we’re going to review a guilty pleasure of mine, so I’ll fess up right from the beginning; I’m totes biased on this one. If you’ve read my book Sexual Confessional, then you already know that I have a very unhealthy and disturbing attraction to one Justin Kirk – yes, I’m fully aware that he has a strange, bird –like quality, but stop trying to understand it, just do like I do, accept it for what it is and move on. So you can imagine my glee when I found out that Mr. Kirk was going to be starring in his own new show on Fox. That’s right; my panties were all a quiver with the thought of seeing Weeds’ Uncle Andy in his glorious prime time slot. So this week, it’s all about Nicole and we’re checking out Fox’s APB. Cue the fan-girl squeeing…

Now, fox has been using the slight boost of success they saw from last year’s X-Files reboot and the mid-season hit Lucifer to hope that lighting might strike them twice. They’ve launched APB off the back of the incoming reboot of the very successful 24, and if patterns hold true, this should launch APB as strong as Lucifer. But that’s only if 24: Legacy performs as well as the X-files did. So the problem as I see it is this, Fox has spent the better part of the 2000’s trying desperately to create the next great high-conceptual procedural. Typically these shows fall short due to an over-reliance on premise over character. You know, a future world where robots are cops as much as humans, or a man brought back to life after being killed in his senior years – who can forget Almost Human and Second Chance. Both huge flops for fox: But what makes the network’s latest attempt with APB different is the nature of the shows construction .This time, the premise is merely a tool aiding an already successful formula we all know so well. The Law and Order Police procedural.

February 13, 2017 09:18 PM PST

Hi Renegade Nation this is Everly Isbe.  Today’s show, February 13, 2017, I talk about the disclosures coming out on the global warming hoax.  Top climate scientist, Dr. John Bates, recently retired from a long and prestigious career at NOAA (the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration). Dr. Bates has come forward to whistleblow on the manipulated data sets and falsification reports that were submitted at last years Paris Climate Summit which mislead world leaders in their policies regarding how governments deal with Climate Change and/or global warming in general.  Important to know information that sheds light on agendas that are not in humanity’s interests!  I also talk into some of the facts that shed a true light on the many earth shifts we have been experiencing – what is really behind climate change.  It’s a much bigger picture than they want you to understand, so I’ve packed in some facts that show “climate change and global warming” is a much bigger picture – TRULY BIG!  In the second segment I talk into the, as I call it, “The 9th Circuit Travel Ban Shenanigans!”  It’s more than just a humanitarian civil rights issue and it smells of political retribution by these judges, who by all rights are obstructing justice.  I hope you enjoy the show – it’s information to chew on and contemplate!

Thanks for listening - Everly Isbe

February 13, 2017 07:14 PM PST

Hello Renegade Nation. Do you know what hemp is? How come they never educate us about Hemp? They talk about marijuana all the time but not hemp. Why is that? Tune in to this show with special guest Darlene Mea and learn what is so very important to know about hemp and the extraordinary number of solutions it holds for us all. So join me, Everly Isbe with my good friend Darlene Mea and enjoy the show!

As Always, Thanks for listening!

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