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01/01/06
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Repeat - New Year's Day
01/08/06
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Predictions for 2006
  • Michael Coffield, (in-studio guest) a  Futurist  from Eau Claire, offers his predictions for 2006.

 

 

E-mail:  mtcpack@charter.net


Featuring Richard Hendricks

 

E-mail:  weirdwi@weird-wi.com

Websites:  Weird Wisconsin

                     The Anomalist

01/15/06
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Global Warming
  • Scott Stevens., a meteorologist in Pocatello, Idaho, claims Japanese mobsters known as the Yakuza caused Hurricane Katrina.

    After inspecting NASA satellite photos of the hurricane, hes convinced it was caused by electromagnetic generators from ground-based microwave transmitters.  He suspects the Yakuza created the hurricane with the intentions of making a fortune in the futures market and as retaliation against the U.S. for the 1945 bombing of Hiroshima.

Scott Stevens was born in Twin Falls, studied Meteorology at the University of Kansas, and is currently the Meteorologist for NBC affiliate KPVI in Pocatello, Idaho.

Professional Achievements

Idaho State Association of Broadcasters Best Weathercast 1997-1998, 1998-1999

Smilefest, Pocatello Chamber of Commerce Best Television Weatherperson 1998, 1999, 2000

Website:   www.weatherwars.info
Email:  scott@weatherwars.info
01/22/06
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Featuring Richard Hendricks

 

E-mail:  weirdwi@weird-wi.com

Websites:  Weird Wisconsin

                     The Anomalist


Werewolves

   

E-mail:  adnil@elknet.net
Website:  http://www.cnb-scene.com/index.html

Linda S. Godfrey has a Bachelor's Degree in Art Education and is currently working on a Master's Degree in Education.  She has worked as a reporter, columnist, illustrator, and cartoonist and is currently employed as a librarian and art teacher. 

01/29/06
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NFL Predictions & Conspiracy Theories
  • Michael Coffield, a  Futurist  from Eau Claire, reports live from Las Vegas.

 

E-mail:  mtcpack@charter.net