Radio From Hell Interviews the Director Jeremy Seifert of the documentary OMG GMO. Jeremy Seifert explains crossbreeding and modification of GMOs (Genetically Modified Organisms.)
Director Seifert addresses the issues of agriculture and the negative effects of Round-Up on crops.“You have giant chemical companies now feeding us, and you have a chemical company like Monsanto trying to sell more chemicals: Round-Up is the most prevalent herbicide in the world.” Round-Up (a chemical pesticide) has been linked to Non-Hodgkin lymphoma, various forms of cancer, and Celiac Disease. “The GMOs have been quote ‘proven-safe’ from 3 month industry studies or industry-affiliated studies, and yet longer term studies are indicating that there might be serious health implications from GMOs.”
“We need to be awake to this issue, GMOs are not labeled in this country and most people don’t know what they are.”
OMG GMO is now out on DVD.
Radio From Hell sat down with two manly men from Rifftrax, Mike Nelson, and Kevin Murphy! They talked about the 1980's Godzilla premiere that will be coming the a theatre near you!
"We'll be on stage on the Belcourse theater in Nashville, Tennessee. Rifftrax will be doing what we have done for a long time, and make fun of the film, non-stop." August 14th @ 7PM, and August 19th @7:30PM. At any Cinemark, or Centry theater in the Salt Lake Valley!
Listen to the full interview here:
Ticket Information Here
For personal reasons I loved having Tim Kazurinsky on the show today. He’s currently playing the Wizard in Wicked. (Click Here for Tickets) He’s known for a lot of TV shows and movies, but it was amazing to talk to him about one of my comedic heroes, John Belushi. Tim and John were very close for a number of years. Tim shared stories about Belushi that were personal and gave me insight to a side of him that was not widely known. Belushi hated being stereotyped as Bluto from Animal House. He tried different types of characters (Continental Divide, Neighbors) and did them well, but the public wanted him to be loud and smash beer cans on his forehead. And he validated something I have thought for years. The soundtrack for Neighbors totally ruined the movie. I thought I was the only one who felt this way.
My job is pretty cool sometimes.
Tyler Glenn of Neon Trees sat down on a Channel 2's "Person 2 Person" with Shauna Lake in two parts to talk about Neon Tree's roots, why he doesn't have a driver's licence, coming out in Utah and the new album, "Pop Psychology."
If anything watch to see news anchors say, "Sleeping with a Friend." Then think of all the uncomfortable things you would like to watch news anchors say.
Also, I have no idea why one is big and one is small. I failed programmer's school.
If you want to see Bill Allred's "Person 2 Person" you can watch it here.
Of course since I don't want to get sued for copyright, I spent the last hour on MS Paint making a picture. Company time well spent! So I’m sure I’ve heard somewhere before that Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong has kids. But for some reason when I saw a story about Billie Joe and his son playing a secret show to celebrate Fathers Day the first thing I thought was “huh.” The same noise I make when someone explains why they’re having a shitty day, and I pretend I care.
And then I make this face and run away laughing.
The Green Day front man and his son Joey started their Father's Day celebration a little early by taking the stage together in Oakland for a surprise show under the name "Two and a Half Men." A band name that would have been funny in 2010.
One of us still has a job, and it’s not the one you think.
Joey Armstrong was on drums and Green Day touring member Jason White on bass, and Daddy Billie Joe leading the trio through an eleven-song setlist of Green Day deep cuts. Joey -- who plays in his own band Emily's Army -- posted a few pictures and videos of the family gig on Instagram.
I need to learn The Instagram..
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