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Welcome to 2013 it seems to be a very intuitive, progressive, optimistic and awakening time for many of us.
A little drag in your step? Looking for some enlightenment or how to get out of a funk you're in?
No problem. Get motivated.
I got my copy of Albatross in the mail today, to find out the copies released in the States have bonus tracks! Aw c'mon! But I thought there's no better time then to premier it, with you, live, right now!
Check out several tracks from the CD on tonight's show, and hope to see you April 5th at Town Ballroom when Big Wreck plays Buffalo!
Live from the Hot Jam Studios! Follow my own journey of finding myself, learning music and achieving dreams!
Accepting guests and more music!
We've got two things on our plates today, and both involve midlands rivals. We start by talking about last weekend's win over Leicester City. What about that tackle on Westwood? Wasn't it great that Ciaran Clark is amazing? Alan Hutton too? And are Leicester our new least favorite team?
Of course they aren't, because then we turn our attention to West Bromwich Albion, or as I prefer to think of them: Wet Sandwich Albatross. We preview this weekend's derby match where it will be decided, once and for all, which team reallyis the pride of the midlands.
As always, you can listen here, or feel free to subscribe to the audio via any podcasting service you can think of.
The United States, while a late entrant into World War I, began to contribute to the Allied war effort in 1916 and 1917 with volunteers who wanted to fight the German forces as combat aviators. These first "American Eagles," initially joined up with the French Armié de Aire's famous Lafayette Escadrille, but soon began to join the fledgling Royal Flying Corps/ Royal Air Force (RAF). By the time of America's entry into the "Great War," a sizable force of Americans were already flying, fighting, and dying over the trenches of France and the low countries. There they helped hold the line until 1918, when American flying units began to reach the front. Throughout 1918, these Americans helped hold the line against the great German "Michael" Offensive, and later that summer helped the Allies take the offensive along the entire Western front, leading to the victory of November 1918.
To learn more about these very first American combat aviators, join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) for Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on the Writestream Radio Network (@Writestream) at 1 p.m. Eastern. His guest this week will be renowned Zenith Press (@Zenith_Press) author and historian Gavin Mortimer (@gavinmortimer7). The writer of a number of military history books, Mr. Mortimer is the author of THE FIRST EAGLES, a gripping chronicle of those early volunteer American aviators who served on the Western front in 1917 and 1918. Listeners are encouraged to call in with questions and opinions for Mr. Mortimer, which should make for a lively hour of classic aviation history as America begins its run up to remembering the Great War.
If Russia shot down Malaysian Airlines Flight MH-17, as seems likely, how do we force Barack Obama to acknowledge and stop their brutality?; Why is insouciance Obama’s first response to international crises?; Playing pool in Colorado rather than visiting the Texas border is not very presidential, but it is dictatorial; Amnesty forces may finally have gone too far; Rarely does international politics present a moment of such moral clarity as in Gaza; and a future without electricity for the rest of us is what radical Greens want — and Barack Obama’s policies are moving us toward.
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Common Ground Media presents Off the Record, a music podcast focusing on local music from the Oklahoma.
Join Steve as he plays the best local punk, hardcore, and metal from Oklahoma and discusses upcoming shows in Oklahoma.
Check out Off the Record on the web:
Twitter: www.twitter.com/OfftheRecordOKC or www.twitter.com/otter272
Tonight's song list:
The Easy Lovers – Hard to Get
Blastshield Down – Nightlife
5 Star Gravy – Something Else
John Wayne’s Bitches – Killer
I Am the Albatross – Mainline
Kinda Creepy – Joke
Bodanga – Mary Magdalene
ABF – Ballad for Tim
Hate Farm – I Refused
Staunch – Love Will Tear Us Apart
Lucifux – Demolition Death 666
Feel Spectres – Blow Up the Moon
Subsanity – Frozen Sunset
Costanzas – El Chupacabra
Justice Keeper – The Brute Wolf
Euclid Crash – Girl Talk
Code 22 – Turn Around
James Bond Dracula – Damage
Otisburg – Beth’s Cafe
Pulpit Red – 500 Foot Humanoid
They Stay Dead – Bruise Banner
Red City Radio – Help Save the Youth of America From Exploding
Roustabouts – Center of the City
When becoming a man takes more than you know, takes almost your soul: White Squall Trailer
This is based on a true story, which the movie follows rather closely except some of the dramatic license. Still the Skipper's wife Alice did die along with 5 others and the entire incident caused a communication rift that lasted 35 years. Read the story here on People
What did it take for you to "grow up" in life? Was there a great precipitating event? Did you just plug away day after day and look in the mirror to see you were no longer 12 years old?
This movie raises questions about honor, indiependence, and personal responsibility among a few other important qualities. Whether your entrance into adulthood came with a bang or a quiet rustling of the leaves in fall, looking back through our lives tells us how very different we are even if we do not immediately feel it.
Join us for this brilliantly made film White Squall and don't forget the Kleenex!
Yes indeed, we've got an interview with Ian Thorney of Big Wreck, speaking about the band's upcoming fourth studio album and second since they returned in 2012 with the mighty "Albatross" after a 10-year gap. We had a chance to catch up with Ian just prior to "Albatross" dropping, so we'll see what's been happning with the guys since then.
In CM Academy, we'll be speaking with Ebonnie Rowe, the founder of Toronto-based female talent showcase HoneyJam. Ebonnie and HoneyJam have been instrumental in propelling the careers of a number of female musicians, and has worked with the likes of Nelly Furtado, Jully Black, Michie Mee, and a host of other Canadian music stars.
As always, it's a pleasure having you listen.
Special Guest: Sean Taggart of The Albatross Group, award winning SME
An honest and open discussion about the challenges and learning that one growing SME has deployed.
This show illustrates the ways in which a growing small business has approached engagement as a central part of their growth strategy and explore some of the challenges that it has encountered and lessons that have been learned over nearly 20 years
Sean Taggart is the co-owner and CEO of The Albatross Group, a collection of 9 award-wining leisure and tourism businesses that employs just under 130 people and generates annual sales of over £30m. Sean has led the business since 1995, when it employed 15 people and generated sales of £4m. He bought the business with a colleague through a management buyout in 2008 and now also holds down four other non-executive directorships within other organisations.
Host: Jo Dodds
Bless You Boys Podcast 95 has a running time of 61 minutes and features Al Beaton, HookSlide, and of course, Kurt Mensching. The gang covers the past week of Detroit Tigers baseball, dominated by the controversial trade of Doug Fister and the signing of Joe Nathan.
Fister was traded to the Washington Nationals for either spare parts and a prospect or spare parts and Robbie Ray.
Taken in a vacuum, was the Fister deal a good trade or bad trade? But when looked at in a larger context, does the trade start to make more sense?
Many are playing the "In Dave Dombrowski we trust" card, saying he must know something others don't.
Is it possible owner Mike Ilitch has told Dombrowski the Tigers have reached the upper limits of a self-imposed team salary cap?
Is asking Drew Smyly or Rick Porcello to replicate Fister's numbers too much to ask?
Could Steve Lombardozzi be the next dividing line in the war between Detroit's traditional fans and those who believe in advanced metrics?
The Tigers have their closer, inking 39-year-old Joe Nathan to a two-year, $19M contract, with a club option third year worth $10M with a $1M buyout.
Are there concerns in giving an aging Nathan huge money?
From all accounts, the Tigers' first choice as closer was Brian Wilson, but talks broke down. Wilson re-signed with the Dodgers for one-year at $10 million, with the second year a player option at $10M. Did the Tigers end up with the right closer?
Are the Tigers are at or near a self-imposed payroll cap?
Don't expect Shin-Shoo Choo to come to the rescue in left field.
Robinson Cano and Jacoby Ellsbury have agreed to what are sure to end up as albatross long-term contracts. ARE MLB GMs NUTS?
Speaking of possible albatross contracts, are the Tigers now set up to give long-term extensions to Miguel Cabrera and Max Scherzer?
http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=306953 People who are ignorant won't believe this evidence or ignore this exacting effort to expose the FRAUD and usurper "president" obama. In a court of law this evidence would convict obama of criminal fraud. After an impeachment by the House this evidence would also convict obama of criminal fraud. The hoax "president" must now distance himself from the chain of evidence he has included himself in.
Criminal complaint details birth-certificate 'forgery' I'll be commenting on the WND article exposing the HOAX "birth certificate" .
This is the evidence that will cause obama to be removed from office if congress will start having hearings on the forged obama birth certificate. This would lead to impeachment then the senate would remove obama because of criminal fraud.
Obama now has his own forged 'birth certificate" as an albatross around his neck.
Obama owns the fraud document now and has himself presented evidence he is a hoax president. Thankyou barry.
Thought, communication, and ideas cannot occur by random chance. Dr. Smith shows how chance is not capable of producing instrumentation. He discusses in this sermon how our instrumentation was designed in its origins to enjoy God and take pleasure in Him forever. If we are not in the place of operating as our instrumentation was designed, we need to ask the Lord as to why we are all out of whack, in hopes that He will correct us. Smith discusses how happy marriages are often an indication of God’s working in our instrumentation just like the Albatross happily maintains their monogamy for life, and revels in it with dancing.
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