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Today we are talking about one of the most controversial stats in baseball, the win. With the uprising of sabermetrics in the baseball community, many baseball analysts, general managers and fans think that the win is an overrated stat when it comes to pitchers. Laif and Dan give their opinions on todays episode of Talking Basball! Call in to give your opinion on this controversial topic!
We continue our examination of Gideon (Book of Judges 6)..the coward who became a General. This man led 300 men into battle against over 20,000 opponents and won a HUGE victory. Listen to how God raised him up and selected his men...tonight with Host Dr. Richard Gladiator Johnson. God is raising you up to your own victories and such on the road to your God given destiny!!!
AreYouScreening.com and BFCA critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire Shane Leonard, review 300: Rise of an Empire. This one is going to be an interesting effort, because the original film wasn't bad, but was such a specific, stylized effort that continuing the story may be awfully difficult to pull off.
We'll also be responding to listener questions, looking at some upcoming films, and sharing some interview clips with cast and crew from 300: Rise of an Emprie
blood and gore, galore ... an extravaganza of slow motion, blood spilling exacerbation -- extra blood spilling out as if pouring water out of a 5 gallon bucket .. the special effects took their hints directly from video game hack and slash, / gore exagerations !
and some lines that made u think u were watching a o !
Lena Headey, Rodrigo Santoro, David Wenham, and Andrew Tiernan
Join us we discuss the NBA Finals as the Spurs win their 5th NBA Title & dominate the Heat 4-1. Kawhi Leonard wins MVP & Tim Duncan gets his 5th. What is next for the MIami Heat & their big 3? Where do LeBron 2-3 & Duncan 5-1 rank in NBA Top 15? World Cup talk as USA plays, US Open Golf Martin Kaymer wins & the latest news in the sports world including LA Kings winning the Stanley Cup Finals. Let's start 5PM ET Call in to 718-664-9098 @RaeAndTayToday www.raeandtaytoday.com
The call in number is 646-478-3635. Dr Richard Gladiator Johnson reviews Judges Chapter 6 and the life of a man that was scared of his own shadow. God needed a General to lead 300 men into hand to hand combat against 50,000 Midianite invaders. He chose a coward (Gideon) and gave him 300 men armed with empty containers and "flashlights" as weapons. What happened next? Listen and find out. :-)
God has a process to equip us for our destiny and He uses the worst people to do the best things in life. Your destiny is determined by you, your relentless determination to become the person God created you to be and your ability to go where He tells you to go and do what He tells you to do. Are you ready? Listen to how God saw the Leader insode of a Coward in this episode of Power Points of Victory!
Another nite just to chew the fat and maybe spit out something of value. Cantor loses to a TEA party Brat. Any wins in your neigborhood? For freedom and justice?
Any new ideas for solutions and action? Any plans? Suggestions for guests?
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The talk tonight is Romney may run. Those who watched him lose can't wait to see the improvement. The repuppies think they are up against democrats. The rules of the Marquis of Queensbury apply. Not to communists and that is who you are fighting. Communists have no God, they want your country and whatever it takes to stack the supreme court they have already done with more to come. 5-4 is a death sentence waiting to be read. Americans don't even know who runs the country. Surely you don't believe it is Obama. It is being run by a troika. You can't name one member. Neither can I. Communism is very powerful through out the world. Many latin american countries have communist governments.
Race day may have started with Williams-Martini drivers Felipe Massa sitting on pole, and his teammate Valtteri Bottas second, but it was Mercedes AMG driver Nico Rosberg who took it to the finish line and won the Austrian Grand Prix..
Mercedes AMG driver Nico Rosberg won his third Grand Prix of the season today, at the Formula One Grand Prix, in Austria. Rosberg is ahead in points for the 2014 driver championship. His teammate Lewis Hamilton has four wins under his belt and was his closest rival on the track, coming in second. This win gives Rosberg a 29 point lead over teammate Hamilton who is expected to win his home race in a couple of weeks during the British Grand Prix, at Silverstone.
Williams-Martini driver Valtteri Bottas delivered some valuable points for his team, crossing the finish line in third place. This was the first time Bottas had been on the podium, and will most likely, will not be his last.
For the lrast 11-years, the Austrian Grand Prix was off the calendar until Austrian billionaire Dietrich Mateschitz owner of Red Bull Energy drink and the Red Bull team, made a deal to bring the race back to the beautiful, newly renovated, Red Bull Ring.
Next race is at Silverstone, for The British Grand Prix. Stay tuned to Xiro Xone F1 Sports.
So this past week, the Hobby Lobby case brought shame and horror to every woman in America, thanks to 5 Catholic men on the SCOTUS. I've decieded to rant on this disgusting topic of religious bigotry.
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The heart and soul of the British Grand Prix was Lewis Hamilton. The 2008 champion driver for the Mercedes AMG team showed true grit, as he raced 57 laps to take the win at the, Formula One British Grand Prix.
Hamilton, who was 6th place on the starting grid quickly moved into 4th when, Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen hit a wall at 150mph causing a delay in the race. Raikkonen was okay, but exited the car with some assistance and a limp.
Once the race continued Hamilton set the fastest laps on the track moving into second place but still 5 seconds behind teammate, Nico Rosberg. Hamilton closed the 5-second gap and was on the tail of Rosberg whose radio transmission to the garage revealed a gearbox problem, just as Hamilton was taking the lead.
Lewis Hamilton showed true grit, tenacity, and the skill of a champion when he took the lead and kept it, then comfortably cruised across the finish line to win his home race, at the Formula One Grand Prix in Britain.
Williams-Martini driver Valtteri Bottas was a very impressive second, and Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo came in third. Lewis Hamilton may have missed getting pole position, but he did not miss winning the Formula One British Grand Prix.
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