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zpho2My name is Ralph Tyko. Many of my friends, call me Zig. I’ve been producing podcast radio, since 2012. In February of 2016, I founded Comfortably Zoned Radio Network. Thanks to ” Teamko Tyko,” Marc WeissScott Gilpin, Bill Kashatus, David Nemec, Robert Deininger, Chad Rubin, Lenny RandleDavid HublerGeorge Case lll, Bill HallMichael Duca, Ian KahanowitzHal Bock, Nancy FinleyPeter Golenbock, Jerry Feitelberg, Patrick Tracey, Mark LittellTony De Angelo, David Finoli, Wayne Unger, Gene HutmakerRon Rabinovitz, Peter V. TrunkMarty Rose, Gabriel Schechter, and Alan Blumkin, I am able to publish a minimum of ten, new and provocative, shows per week. Find us on Facebook, here. rzt

You can listen to our shows on iTunes, Sticher, tunein, blubrry, and Spreaker.

If you enjoy our offerings, we ask that you get in the habit of accumulating lightly used children’s books, and donating them to your local Head Start.


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Today’s 2nd offering from the Comfortably Zoned Radio Network:

Demystifying States Rights 5/5/17

On this addition of COMFORTABLY ZONED, Zig welcomes back, Commissioner of Lincoln County, Oregon, Bill Hall. Topics include, surviving Trump, climate change. preserving, the separation of choich and state, the legalization of weed, school lunches, Planned Parenthood, and Trump/Obamacare,
Comfortably Zoned Radio Network/ab, production.

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Today’s Offering from the Comfortably Zoned Radio Network

Demystifying Alameda Rent Control with Monty Heying

Flying High over The Zone, and Ralph Zig Tyko, welcome back Monty Heying, a true, people’s hero. Topics of conversation include voter instruction, in order to clear the confusion on the ballot, November 8th.
A Comfortably Zoned Radio Network/rzt, production.


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Cerebral Comedians in The Zone

Comfortably Zoned, and Ralph Zig Tyko, welcome Maria Falzone, and Ed Crasnick to The Zone, for the first time. Topics of conversation include their memories of the heyday of Comedy, in San Francisco, and their days at “The Zoo.”



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