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HELLO EVERYONE WELCOME TO THE RENWICK DAVIS SHOW, ON THE RADIO. WRITER, STAGE PRODUCER OF "LOVE NEVER FAILS" A LIVE PERFORMANCE IN HOUSTON, TX..ALONE WITH GUEST COMEDY "SLAPPY PAYNE", "EDWARD GUIDRY"..PLUS AMAZING PEOPLE AND INTERVIEWS, ACTORS, ACTRESS, FILM AND MOVIE PRODUCERS...
Catch a set of headsets with a cool glass of whatever your flavor is or crack up your sound system to enjoy the explorations of Johnny Graham Carcker (Graham Cracker) Davis. 2 hours of super spike and the music blend that will take you all over the place. Artists like Karyn White, Prince, Marvin Gaye, jazz, r&b - a lot, and a LOT where you can park your eardrums to get the full enjoyment. 347-205-9366, wait! I hear something smooth and fusion about to go down!!!!!
Former Illinois running back/fullback Carey Davis joins Joe Lisi on The Weekly Bitz. Davis played from 2000-2003 and caught 114 passes for 751 receiving yards with 5 touchdowns. He also rushed for 1,012 yards and 1 touchdown on the ground.
Davis was a tough hard nosed player that played the game with intensity and heart. Davis had a blue collar attitude that epitomized the Illini team. Davis played special teams and did the "dirty" work between the tackles. He was an outstanding blocker and utilized in the passing game because of his pass catching ability. Davis was an all-around back that was the ultimate team player. He played the game with great emotion and played every down with his best effort.
Davis became an undrafted free agent in 2004 and played in the NFL from 2004-2010 winning a Super Bowl with the Pittsburgh Steelers in their victory over the Arizona Cardinals in Tampa Bay.
Growing In The Spirit with Apostle Mary Davis out of Mississippi
Today's guest is former police officer from South Carolina, Raeford Davis. Mr. Davis contacted me to ask if I would have him on to talk about LEAP(Law Enforcement Against Prohbition)
His bio(edited for length) from the LEAP site.
"I was misguided for participating in the war on drugs and my actions as a cop made things worse."
Raeford Davis served the City of North Charleston police department for six years, including four years as a patrol officer and two as a special victims unit detective. At the time, North Charleston was ranked the 8th most dangerous city in America. Before becoming a police officer, he served in the United States Coast Guard Reserves. He graduated from Charleston Southern University with a B.S. in Criminal Justice.
His perspective changed after patrolling a drug-plagued neighborhood nicknamed “4-Way.” He explains, “Children as young as 10 were recruited by older gang members to openly sell drugs, rob customers, and intimidate local residents. The kids were specifically recruited to sell drugs because they received less punishment if caught. As soon as I locked up one of these dealers, another younger one would take his place.” He realized that as long as gangs could make immense profits selling drugs, they would continue recruiting kids.
Raeford believes that we should legally regulate drugs to stop the violence and victimization of communities.Today, Raeford lives in Charleston. He retired in 2007, after being injured in the line of duty.
Doing my best to help the Lord set the brushfires of freedom in the hearts of men and to restore America, God willing, to the beacon of freedom she was meant to be.
Rez and Andy welcome Laugh, Cry, Eat Some Pie author Deanna Davis to the show to discuss her favorite topic--the importance of incorporating laughter and mindfulness into your lives.
Deanna Davis is the author of three books: The Law of Attraction in Action, Living With Intention, and the Laugh, Cry, Eat Some Pie and is an accomplished professional speaker, coach, and consultant. She thinks the best route to success, satisfaction, and self-care is through a serious commitment to your sense of humor.
Deanna earned her Ph.D. in Leadership from Gonzaga University. Her client list includes companies such as Microsoft, Farmers Insurance, Pacific Gas & Electric, Gonzaga University, The State of Washington, The US Forest Service, and the National Management Association.
Also on the show, musical comedian Michael Glatzmaier and L.A. comedian Lance Paullin
Check out Merieta's exclusive interview with two-time grammy nominated music producer, Chris "Big Dog" Davis right here on The Late Night Girls with Girlie Girl Radio!
Alright Alright Alright! Does that make you think of Michael Cooper and Con Funk Shun? Your Night? Well every friday @ 5pm, it's YOUR AFTERNOON with Johnny Graham Cracker (Carcker) Davis. His wife hates that CARCKER, but a person can spell their name how they like, even if no one likes it. I don't get it, but Carcker and Cracker LOOK the same, if you're not paying attention! 347-205-9366. Some of everything for you flavor seekers! We've got blues and news, and views and clues, we even might dash a little spice on your Fridays cuz it BEES like dat on the Honey Comb Hideout.
Join us, in the BYGP Locker Room, for another amazing episode, geared towards helping aspiring players, parents and coaches learn the business of football. Mr. Carey Davis was a star football player at the university of Illinois and went on to have a 6yr NFL career. Carey was fortunate enough to be apart of the 2007 Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl team and has had major success on and off the football field.
Carey, has amazing advice and insight that is guaranteed to help you along your football journey. Take advantage!
My good friend J G C D (JGCD) which stands for Johnny Graham Cracker (he says Carcker) Davis wants to thank you all for sticking it out with him all this time on the Jay King Network. JGCD is one of the KINGS IN THE MORNING and has been for quite some time now, but he has two shows on his own, one follows WEDNESDAY'S KINGS IN THE MORNING show at 10a pacific, and the other is this one. 347-205-9366 is the number where you can listen to the show anywhere from your cell phone or land line, or you can connect via computer. Thanks for helping us grow on THE JKN.
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Modern Combat Masters Host Professor Darrell Sarjeant and his Co-Host, Kancho Dan Vena are proud to present Soke Billy Davis Ju Jutsu, Dei Bi Su Ryu Ju Jutsu.
Soke Billy Davis was born June 1937. At the age of nine, he began his studies of the martial arts after being beat up. He vowed, “I'm gonna do something about it!” Thus, he began training in the Art of Judo under Sensei Joe Carpenter. Judo was the only martial art taught around that time. Judo was taught as a gentle method, a non aggressive art. Approximately four months later, he met a gentleman who his father brought home to visit from the Merchant Marines, Sensei Batensour. Sensei Batensour began teaching Soke Davis the art of Ju Jutsu. After three years of training, at the age of twelve, he was promoted to Brown Belt. In 1953, at the age of sixteen, he was promoted to Black Belt. He entered the US Air Force, and due to his knowledge in Judo and Ju Jutsu, was stationed in Tokyo, Japan as an instructor of hand to hand combat. It was during this time that Soke Davis learned the Art of Taiho Jutsu, a very devastating expression of Ju Jutsu from the Tokyo Military Police.In 1959, Soke began teaching his combination of Judo, Ju Jutsu, and Taiho Jutsu. His first student is today, a living legend, Hanshi Rico Guy. Over the next twelve or so years, Soke trained in a variety of locations with several leading teachers. During this time, Soke stayed independent mastering the information he learned previously.
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