Friday, December 30, 2011

First show of 2012 Wednesday January 4th

Welcome back to the water cooler for episode 1 of 2012!!

DK is back for another year of one of prime time internet talk radio's best and most creative shows At the Water Cooler w/DK. If its been awhile since you have listened to DK on the air, you must come back and listen to his newest venture. "2011 ATW was a little bit of a test and trying to find our place." DK says "We have found our format and I think we are getting better at what we are doing every week. 2012 is definitely going to be our break out year and we expect big things" He goes on to say "We have had some great guests and some of them will be returning in season 2. The ATW staff is also working hard at pushing the envelope in the guest department, like you started to see at the end of 2011. I look forward to bringing you the best and most interesting guests and giving them a forum to discuss there beliefs, products or theories. Then we all can agree or disagree after the fact"





Charmichael Wolfe Author The Playground

The Playground will take you on an incredible journey that you'll never forget for as long as you live. Because you see The Playground novel is a Gangsta Rap song that's on steroids because it reveals certain things about the criminal underworld that the Gangsta Rappers cannot. And you will be taken to foreign places like India and Colombia and there's an unbelievable twist to the story that you won't see coming and you'll find out why drug dealing and domestic terrorism go hand and hand. Now in addition to what's already been said. The Playground is a gritty Gangster novel that takes you on a journey through the lives of Sophia and David Bloom; mother and son who are forced to move to a Housing Project that's located on the Eastside of South Central Los Angeles after a family tragedy robs them of their financial well being. And their move takes place just before the rise of Crack Cocaine and before the decline of Heroin and it puts them in direct contact with dirty Cops, F.B.I. Agents, C.I.A. Operatives, Gangsters, Drug Dealers, White Supremacists, Thieving dope fiends of the worst kind, Revolutionaries or Domestic Terrorists if you prefer, and other shady representatives of the United States Government.





“The average human doesn’t understand what they are dealing with when it comes to those things; they are just flat out EVIL!” - Ed Warren.

His accounts in the field of Paranormal and Occult research will leave you wanting to sleep with the lights on!

K. W. Kesler, is a Paranormal and Occult researcher in the field with over 20 years of experience. He is known for what can be considered the “common sense” approach in investigations, and is well regarded by his colleagues to always shoot for the clearest explanation in any investigation. He has an interesting style when approaching the subject of Demonology, “You must begin every investigation from the ground up, never cut any corners because another paranormal group has investigated it already, and when it come to demons, it is always best to remain on guard.” K.W.Kesler was born in Ohio, has obtained degrees and certificates in Broadcasting, Communications, Parapsychology and Metaphysics, and he has worked for a variety of institutions and museums. He is known for his work in de-bunking a wide assortment of paranormal incidents and claims "common sense always is the best resolution to help in doing so." He currently lives with his wife and daughter in Central Ohio and passes time by investigating paranormal incidents around the State and Country.

His latest book, Demonology 101 is a basic overview of the subject. Recanting well known demonic forces and even demonic tribes which live among humans and have had attacks as recently as this year, 2011. After being published, he has been informed that no less than 2 accounts of demonic attacks on humans were thwarted because of the knowledge given in the book.

Friday, December 16, 2011

Coming December 21st


Be sure to stop by the water cooler this week when we bring two more special guests live to the show.


Author Bruce Cameron of Emory's Life






And psychic Dr.Kari Miller makes her much anticipated debut on the water cooler.

Thursday, December 8, 2011

Coming up next episode Dec. 14th



My name is Joe Bevilacqua, aka Joe Bev.I am a veteran award-winning producer/writer/actor and I have 25 new audiobooks out this week.I do hundreds of voices. Joe Bev's enhanced audiobook of the autobiography Yabba Dabba Doo! features a rare interview with Alan Reed.
New from Waterlogg Productions! The autobiography of the voice of Fred Flintstone is brought to life by veteran radio-theater producer Joe Bevilacqua and Alan Reed Jr. This 5-hour unabridged audiobook is enhanced with rare interviews with Alan Reed himself, an interview with Joe Barbera, and clips from Reed's radio, TV, and film career, including The Fred Allen Show, The Shadow, The Life of Riley, Life with Luigi, Duffy's Tavern, The Postman Always Rings Twice, Viva Zapata, Breakfast at Tiffany's, and The Flintstones.
Veteran radio dramatist and award-winning NPR and Sirius -XM Radio contributor Joe Bevilacqua is still telling stories 40 years after his father first bought him a tape record when his was 12. Now, 52, Joe Bev. has put out 25
new audiobooks many in a radio theater style, and some featuring classic characters of the past.
"I grew up loving the classic cartoons of Hanna-Barbera," beams Bevilacqua, who adds, "I am very happy to share the life of the man who coined the phrase 'Yabba Dabba Doo!"


Another Bad-Dog Book:
Included in the Top 5 Fall Must-Reads by Examiner.com
“Funny, smart, original, and—just to keep us on our toes—occasionally heartbreaking, Joni B Cole’s essays are terrific. Every page of Another Bad-Dog Book offers riotously funny and outrageously honest observations without sacrificing either Cole’s fiercely intelligent insights or the lyrical brilliance of her beautiful writing.” — Gina Barreca, author and columnist for the Hartford Courant
“Joni Cole’s voice may be brutal, but readers, drawn to turn to the next page, will be rewarded: She is funny and so is her gutsy book.” – New York Journal of Books

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Coming up Dec 7th




Fast becoming one of the most popular and listened to talk radio shows on the web! DK weighs in "All is grand at the water cooler these days. We are bringing in guests from all over the world and a vast array of different subjects are being covered. Mixing it with the variety/late night approach, I admit I am having a ball with it. I am gaining guests from every subject matter available and the word is traveling quickly, the guests are starting to knock my door down, we are booked through March of 2012 now. The line up is exciting and we keep adding to it every week. I am learning so much to, which means my audience must be too. The feedback from the show is fantastic, our listeners and downloads are crushing the old DTR shows. We set a record last week for downloads and I was quite taken back by it. The cool thing is now a whole new demographic is picking up, and they are checking out the old shows to, giving the water cooler a whole second wind and an extremely large canvas for me to work with."
By the sounds of it DK is really enjoying himself and that on its own cant be bad for business.

Next weeks guests


Joining us will be James Swan author of 101 things I hate about your house.

101 THINGS I HATE ABOUT YOUR HOUSE starts at the street, moves through the

front door, and doesn't stop until it has taken a peek into every room of

the house. Swan numbers the “101 Things” that make up this book so

readers can easily reference items they find helpful, painful, or just too

funny to forget, including the following:

#1. Dreary Little Mess: Nothing screams "dreary little mess" quite like

a front door masquerading as last winter's snow tires. Clean it up. Wipe

it down. Patch it, paint it, stain it, wax it, but just get the door to

your home speaking a civilized language that is perfectly synchronized

with the impression you want to make.

#71. Age-Appropriate Design: Mom and Dad, it’s time to get over your

heels dragging on the subject of the kids growing up before your very

eyes. They will grow whether you want them to or not, so make the best of

a maturing problem and match their chronological age with the furnishings

in their rooms. A teenager (13 and older) should be sleeping in a double

bed, not in a childish twin. The progression from twin to double is a rite

of passage. Make it memorable for your young lady or gentleman.

#25. A Room without a Soul: If the gods of decorating are to be found

lurking in the details of your home, what do your details say? Take a

critical look at the small things that fill your table tops and shelves.

Do they tell a beautiful story, the story you want told? If not, then it’s

time to edit and rewrite your story.






Bringing laughter to the bookshelf, author Kevin Schmidt unleashes his wit and humor in a new book released through Xlibris. In Slice of Americana, he collects short stories that are guaranteed to leave readers laughing their hearts out.

Schmidt started his earliest jokes around the campfire when he was about sixteen. His ability to make other people laugh went on until his days in the corporate world and stand up comedy routines. With this release, he shares to a wider audience the smiles and giggles that brighten up homes, offices, and even coffee shops. From dinner and lunch meetings to cross-country travels and bar chitchats, Slice of Americana relives anecdotes that bring out the humor between city and rural life. Readers will find stories that are true, very funny, strange, and somewhat warped and a little bizarre.