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Quote from: malliard on May 16, 2019, 04:13:59 PMFor this episode, Jim Welcomes Vic Mignogna and Marc Cushman to the show to discuss their internet series phenom Star Trek Continues and the wave of success that has followed one of the most impressive fan-funded programs to date.https://www.malliard.com/vic-mignogna-and-marc-cushman/
Quote from: malliard on August 27, 2019, 05:39:54 PManother Tuesday another report live at 9 pm eastern malliard.com/live
Quote from: malliard on September 11, 2019, 02:14:09 PMOn this very special episode of The Malliard Report, Jim welcomes the one and only Jesse Ventura to the show. The former Navy Seal, WWE Hall of Famer, Journalist, Author, State Governor, and possible presidential candidate, gives one incredible interview. https://www.malliard.com/jesse-ventura/
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Quote from: malliard on April 14, 2020, 01:44:10 PMJim welcomes filmmaker and researcher Dave Lugo has put together one of the most comprehensive dives into the overt censorship of the alternative media. Sensational is a film that will truly open the eyes to even the most stubborn of mainstream believers.https://www.malliard.com/DaveLugoPod
Quote from: malliard on January 25, 2023, 01:09:10 PMAre You Ready to Take on the Challenges of the South Pole?For many of us, the South Pole is a distant and mysterious place. But for Wayne L. White, author of Three Winners at the South Pole, it's a second home. As the site manager of the South Pole station, Wayne was responsible for selecting, training, and health and safety of a 46 man crew. He has walked several thousand miles and never missed a day outside, regardless of the conditions.In this episode of the Malliard Report, Wayne shares his incredible experience of leading a team to the South Pole and what it was like to work in the extreme conditions. He talks about the challenges of managing a large group of people in such a remote and isolated location, and how his team was able to prevail despite the many disasters and hardships they faced.Wayne also discusses the importance of being well prepared for the extreme temperatures and conditions at the South Pole, and how he was able to keep his camera working at minus 104 degrees. He shares his advice for anyone looking to take on the challenge of the South Pole, and why he believes it is an experience everyone should have.For those looking for an adventure of a lifetime, Wayne's story is a must-listen. Tune in to the Malliard Report to hear more about his incredible experience at the South Pole.https://megaphone.link/FPMN4657645777