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Every week we will be discussing various topics that fall under any of the following categories: Sports, Poker, Entertainment, Beer and More. (S-P-E-B-A-M) The format will be to discuss three or more topics planned in advance while watching and commenting on a live sporting event and drinking and rating a beer I have never had before.
Drinking a Bear Republic Red Rocket Ale
Watching the Oakland Athletic & Seattle Mariners game live
Talking about Harold Ramis' career as a writer, director & actor
Good morning! Happy First Day of Spring!
On today's broadcast:
Alcohol Abuse, Consequences, and Relationships (for someone I care about); Epic Ode To Marriage Equality, by Inaugural Poet Richard Blanco "Until We Could"; "I'm Leaving on a Jet Plane!"(New York, New York--- a HELLUVA town; DeBlasio's "Focus on Equality measures, even in death; Mary Cheney declares Equality is impossible without GOP support; Andrew W., and so much more!
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That's Sunday, September 21st, 2014 at 11:30AM (ET)/8:30 (PT)! on Equality Updates with Marcinho Savant ! I find it baffling that human beings are unable, and unwilling, to remember to love one another, and to "do unto others, as we would have them do unto us", in today's world. and, as usual, we welcome your calls, thoughts, and opinions! Remember: Be sure to call in at : (760) 283-5125!!!
Join us! That's today, 9/2114, at 11:30AM (ET)/8:30 (PT)! Exclusively on#blogtalkradio!
DISCLAIMER: The views expressed by the guests on this broadcast are theirs alone, and do not, necessarily, reflect those of the Equality Updates with Marcinho Savantbroadcast, its host, staff, sponsors or any other person or party, directly, or peripherally, involved with this program.
JOIN NU BLAK ORDER B.P.C. RADIO FOR "KUNDALINI RISING" TONIGHT AS WE INTERVIEW GODIS OZARA ODE A SOULFUL ARTIST AND POET OF MILWAUKEE WISCONSIN
THIS WILL BE A POWERFUL EPISODE OF LOVE AND " IT'S TIME" THAT WE GET BACK TO LOVING OURSELVES AND EACH OTHER!
In 2013, an international survey determined that the country that poses as the single biggest threat to world peace is...The United States Of America. The land of the free--where government is running amok and where citizens feel less and less in control every day. It may still feel safe to live in the US, but we are headed in the direction of a full-blown police state--a reality where we are not welcome to speak out against our own government. While the number of officer deaths is thankfully declining, the number of killings by officers is increasing. In 2013, 33 law enforcement officers were killed by gunfire. While it is a morbid statistic, it is the lowest number since 1887. Meanwhile, in 2012, police committed over 400 justifiable homicides for the first time in more than a decade. This trend would suggest that crime is increasing...but it isn’t. It only means that officers are more frequently resorting to violence.
Mayor Bloomberg’s failed “Stop and Frisk” policy allows NYPD to stop, question, and frisk anyone for contraband and weapons, often times without reasonable suspicion. In 2013 alone, New Yorkers were stopped 179,063 times. In 89% of cases, the person stopped was completely innocent. As well as doing very little to stop crime, the method is clearly racially motivated. Of those stopped in 2013, 56% were black and 29% were Latino, while only 11% were white. Until recently, prison was reserved for dangers to society. Now, you can be arrested and imprisoned for making nothing more than a human mistake. George Norris was sentenced to 17 months in prison after he forgot to get the proper paperwork and sold orchids to an undercover agent. Georgia Thompson, a state employee who accidently filled company data incorrectly, spent four months in prison.
Today the world lost an icon. A man who made us laugh for more than four decades. We lost him to an apparent suicide. The actor reported to have been battling severe depression. Tonight will be an ode to the amazing man who made us laugh, cry, and stole our hearts. Please join Candi and company as we relive our favorite Robin Williams moments.
DaGrahynd Music Interviews Ozara. Who is a firm believer in the power of music and thinks it can be an antidote for a lot of the ills that we face. Instead of complaining about what some say is not in the music today (soul, respect, etc.), She is striving to do her part to put more love back into the music. You can purchase her single, It's Time, by downloading it on ITunes and cdBaby tune in (5:30pm til 6:30pm eastern)listen live www.blogtalkradio.com/dagrahyndmusic2104 or www.dagrahyndmusic.com call in number is (646)595-3287
and we're back on a continuation of the previous show, and now we did further research, and came up with other people's opinions on long-distance relationships & how to make them work. It is a very difficult thing to do, especially these days, but we sit down and talk it through, trying to figure out how to apply it to our own lives.
These days, the technology is out there, so why not be more successful at dating online, offline, within your neighborhood or across the world!
Yolanda M. Smothers is a native Floridian, married mother of two. She has been writing since her youth and was inspired to write when she dedicated herself to walking with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, after encountering several heartaches, setbacks and trials in life; but credits her overcoming and triumph to writing what she feels that God has purposed for her to do in life - WRITE! She loves to encourage mainly women, but people in general, of the goodness of the Lord Jesus Christ.
When you read her book(s), you will see how she does not mind sharing her life mistakes, heartaches and triumphs - all to encourage you. And while she encourages you - she will also be encouraging herself.
To her credit and efforts she has four books that she has penned: “Giving It To You Blood Raw - Nothing But The Blood” (which is a book about her life and a word of encouragement to the reader). “Illegally Blessed” (is a word of inspiration to all people searching for their purpose and seeking God’s face). “TBN and Mega Churches” (an open topic and forum for discussing the views of the current church). Lastly “Plus Size Girlz Gone Wild!!!” (An ode to plus size women but is a great read for all women alike).
All books can be found wherever books are sold. www.Amazon.com, www.BarnesandNoble.com, www.Books-A-Million.com
WORDBEAT is back with Season 7 segment #93
In this show:
- Interview with John Barrymore III tells us more than we should know in regard to Barrymore's forthcoming book, "The Sins of The Father"
- Rich Ferguson's "Every Now is Everything" from the album, "Of Wishbones & Gunfire", newly released album of Rich's spoken word & music group, WE VOICE SING
Additional stellar tracks in this segment include Iris Berry's "Ode To Sammy Glick", A. Razor's "Patriotic", Michael Rothenberg's, "TAKE", S.A. Griffin's, "GENIUS", 100KPoets For Change video trk: WE HAVE A GOAL, and more...
FEATURED HOST since 2008... WORDBEAT BABY!
BTR's WORDBEAT Poetry & Music & open mic hosted by Poet Yvonne de la Vega with occasional co-host Poet John Barrymore. Listeners in the WordBeat chatLounge mingle, network, listen and call in. Poets call in and share poems while WordBeat spins tracks for cool rhythm and cadence. The open mike sessions are fun and always all inclusive, artistically challenging and spiritually rewarding for both poet and listener. Guest Call-in (646) 929-0302
On Saturday July 12th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, on a special Killie Hour Ken McKeighen and Chris Weatherford will be discussing how to keep and breed killifish of the sub genus Chromaphyosemion, a beautiful west African group of killies from the rainforest. Ken's first killifish he raised was Aphyosemion bitaeniatum Ijebu Ode back in early 1972. (Yes, the Ijebu Ode killie came from Ken's tanks!). Truly beautiful Killifish.
Dr. Maya Angelou once said, “I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” We will never forget how this woman made us all feel! Powerful, inspired, and during this show I want to dedicate to her. Her memory, impact, and life. Here I ask the audience the question. "What would you have said to Maya Angelou given the chance to have met her?" We should be inclined to ponder what we are doing in our daily lives to make an impact!
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