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Trent and Steve from the OCHO are back to watch the 1995 WWF Royal Rumble! Call it alternate commentary, call it a podcast, call it whatever you want, but we think it just might be entertaining. This is one of the shorter Rumbles as people came out every 60 seconds. Once you see who is in the match you'll realize that's not a bad thing. We have fun with it though!
Jase's first musical influence was his Pop's church where he began singing at the early age of 4 years old. From then on, he was also guided by the music of classic hip-hop and R&B artists and developed his own vocal style. He began singing professionally at age 12 along with three older brothers; the four of them comprised the R&B group, Soul For Real. The group released three albums, the first of which launched their careers. It was released in 1995 under Uptown MCA and featured the hit songs "Candy Rain" and "Every Little Thing I Do." They toured the United States and overseas promoting these albums, earning a large fan base that remains loyal and has only grown over the years as is evidenced by Facebook and You Tube reviews.
October 16, 2014 marks the 19th Anniversary of the "Million Man March." This call to action was lead by the honorable "Minister Louis Farrakahn" of the Nation of Islam supported by other groups and organizations such as the National Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), the Reverend Jesse Jackson, and the National African American Leadership Summit just to name a few.
October 16, 1995 was a defining moment for black men all across this country in an effort to deal with the plagues of social injustice in this country. This call to action was to show a united front, and to charge black men to go back home and be responsible for their families and communities.
Join us tonight as we take a look back at this historical occasion. What have we learned from it? Have we prospered since then, if not, "why?" Where do we go from here?
Let's Get Ready To Evolve Into Higher Consciousness...
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Michael Dare wrote a Gag Story in the L.A.Weekly
April Fools Day Back in 1985..L.A...Telling about all the
Happening Things Going on that weekend around L.A.
He Told of a BIG Love-in Happening at the Merry-Go-Round
at Griffith Park..The "Dead"..would be there..LOVE LOVE LOVE
Well Me Just coming from San Francisco.......I Believed it..
I called all my Musician Friends Told them to bring guitars..
We'd Meet at a Big Am.Flag I would Bring..We Expected 1000's of people.
We Get there & Workers at the Merry Go Round say..
That was An April Fools Day Joke...We didn't care we set up our flag.
.& started to play guitars & sing..other people passing by.
.that had fell for the joke too.Joined in & a good time was Had by all..
So Every Yr.after that... I would pass out 1000's of flyers..
for the Love in The First Sun.of April..It Happened Every. yr From 1985 to 1995.
~ 11 Love-ins..Till.. I ..left L.A. & came Back to Berkeley..my home town..
Thank you Michael Dare.
in Real Estate
Today on "It's My House" we shall complete this weeks sessons on PAC (Political Action Committee) formation.
A vital part of that will be taking a look at "The Million Man March" which took place on October 16, 1995. That was (19) years ago.
Since then we have elected President Obama, we have First Lady Obama, and we have Attorney General Eric Holder. Very good progress on those fronts.
However we lost Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown (both who had not been born yet in 1995). In addition, Detroit, Michigan has gone bankrupt, Toledo, Ohio has a water problem, and many people who lost their homes.
There was Two Billion Dollars of potential PAC money on the Washington Mall in 1995, but were there any PAC's or "Think Tanks" formed ? We shall also take a look at what "White Supremacy" REALLY (looks like); then we must discuss what shall we do today ?
DEREK PARRA, Olympian speed skater, Gold and Silver Medalist, 2002 Salt Lake City
In 1984, Derek began roller skating and by 1996 he had become the most decorated athlete in the history of the sport. As an inliner he was a three-time national champion, two-time overall World Champion, two-time World record holder (1500m and 42K) and earned eighteen individual gold medals. He was the most decorated athlete at 1995 Pan-Am Games winning 5 gold, 2 silver and a bronze medal. He had everything but an Olympic Medal. So in 1996, he switched from inlines to ice skates to chase after that medal. Just two years later he earned a spot on the 1998 US Olympic Team.
In February of 2001 he won a silver medal at the World Single Distance Championships (1500 meters) setting a new American Record and marking himself as "one to watch at the 2002 Olympic Games". Later that year, in November, he won a gold medal at the World Cup competition in Den Hague, Netherlands and became one of America's foremost medal contenders heading into the Olympics. In Salt Lake City he did not disappoint! After being selected to carry the World Trade Center flag into the opening ceremonies, the emotional evening inspired Derek through a remarkable 5000 meter performance on opening day of the Games. He briefly held the world record en route to a silver medal finish. That set the stage for a stunning world record finish and Olympic Gold Medal in the 1500 meter event!
Derek is also the first-ever Mexican American to compete in, and medal, in the Olympic Winter Games.
Join Xanman and PEN15 every Tuesday for their expert input on all things wrestling, including weekly classic ECW show reviews.
This week we cover
Upcoming WWE Feuds
Brock Lesnar as Champion
WWE Supercard mobile game
ECW's Barbed Wire, Hoodies & Chokeslams from 1995.
How will we reference CM Punk and our undying love for the Straight Edge Savior? What will be out WWE Network pick of the week? How much will we bash Roman Reigns?
Tune in to find out!
in Self Help
Do you have clothes that you will never wear taking up valuable space in your closet? Join me and my guest from Career Wardrobe as they share how they got started, what they are looking for and how you can make a positive impact on a women’s life just by cleaning out your closet.
Career Wardrobe was started by a group of Philadelphia-area women looking to make a positive difference in the lives of women entering the workplace in the community. Since 1995, Career Wardrobe has grown from a grassroots organization run solely by volunteers into the nation’s largest community-based organization dedicated to assisting women in successfully transitioning to work by providing professional attire and career skills training.
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Gina Prince Bythewood is a rare breed in Hollywood: a black woman who calls the shots behind the camera. And in the case of her directorial debut, it was “shots” of two types that needed tending to. In 1995, after laboring as a TV writer on A Different World and Felicity—and frustrated by her lack of creative control—she penned Love and Basketball, which tells the story of hoops-shooting childhood sweethearts who share a passion for the sport. Five years later, when the film was released, it became the top-grossing film of all time by an African American woman. That success led to a job writing and directing The Secret Life of Bees—featuring the all-star cast of Queen Latifah, Jennifer Hudson, Alicia Keys and Dakota Fanning. “There were a lot of fights along the way but they were worth it,” Gina tells us of the film. “My biggest argument was that I can just never, ever sit in a theater looking up at my film and be disgusted or disappointed at something I’m watching. I have to believe in every frame.”
A show dedicated to "True Life Experiences." The Life & Motivation of "STREETBALL," with Mr. Robert "50" Martin a Forward with Ball4Real tour, and formally of And1 of ESPN mix tape & tour. A native Atlantian, "50" is a graduate of Tri-Cities High School and a High Point University graduate.
Martin, "has played ball all over the world on various teams including: Atlanta Trojans of the USBL in 1995, in Europe for "Palma-Altn" (1995-1998), and then for Steinsel in 2000, Rochester Skeeters of the IBA in 1999, and finally for "team Georgia from (1998-2001). Martin also played on the AND1 Mix Tape Tour & starred on ESPN-TV show Streetball from (2001-2006)." In 1999 while playing ball for the IBA in 1999 Martin earned the nickname of "50," due to the height of his vertical at 6'8"!
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MINGX - we are Motivating and Inspiring the Next Generation, through True Life Experiences.
A show like "No Other!!!! MINGX 2014' - LIVE on BlogTalk Radio.
ParaCrap is just a fun show about anything and everything in the Paranormal World that's just kind of crap (T.V. shows, Movies, articles, rules and regulations, haters, etc.). They also discuss all kinds of hot topics.
So please join Slav, June and Dutch to talk about anything and everything in the Paranormal field! There is no subject too crappy to discuss.
TONIGHT though we have a VERY special Guest calling us all the way from Germany (it will be 4:00 a.m. his time so we REALLY want to thank him for that). Here is a little bit about him:
Following his studies in chemistry, Dr. Rolf Froböse worked as a research assistant at the Max Planck Institute, was division manager at technology magazine highTech and chief editor of the journals Chemie Industrie and Europa Chemie. Since 1995, he has worked as a freelance science and economic journalist, reporting on research and technology issues. He has also penned numerous popular non-fiction books, including "The Secret Physics of Coincidence: Quantum phenomena and fate"
The book is be available in the most common American and international bookstores within a few days.