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On tonight’s show we are talking about everything Thanksgiving. From the history of Thanksgiving, how it got started to what you do on the “big day” to what we are thankful for and everything in-between. This is our Thanksgiving Show and our monthly Co Host Medical Intuitive and Healer Shenice Jones will be joining us and will be doing live on air free intuitive readings
Shenice is a healer, medical intuitive and oracle card reader. She has being doing readings for 10 years and has a Healing and Intuitive business. She also has her own blog talk radio show called the Oracle Treehouse that airs live Tuesdays and Thursdays at 3pm eastern time.
Join sun752 and Shenice tonight as they talk about everything Thanksgiving and call in to the show to receive a free live on air free reading.
With the NBA season kicking off today and the Phoenix Suns opening tomorrow against the Dallas Mavericks this is the podcast's last chance to participate in the site's comprehensive season preview coverage.
So, of course, Dave King and I (Jim Coughenour) up the ante by bringing on Paul Coro of the Arizona Republic to go over all the ins and outs of what to expect in the coming days.
I'm not going to go into any more details.
It's the season preview podcast with Paul Coro.
That's all you should need to know to listen.
Dave King joins me, Jim Coughenour, again this week as we share our thoughts on the Suns first five preseason games.
We go over the players that sparkled and those who fizzled, how the new puzzle pieces fit and what the rotation might look like to start the season.
Did we learn anything about the Suns in the preseason?
We also take a look at what lies ahead in the next few weeks, including the season's tip off, Steve Nash's Ring of Honor induction, the Markieff/Marcus reunion and Bright Side Night.
They may be someone that you may have dated or went with or were married to that just don't wanna see you be happy. It could be someone who is currently dating someone else or is married to someone else but somehow has enough time to stalk you or mess up what you have going. They claim that they don't want you but they make sure that you don't get to be happy with anyone else. Why? They show up at places that you go. They make annoying phone calls. They harass people that are close to you and ask questions to people who know you as if they are really pursuing you. All the while they know that you two have nothing going on. Y'all might not even be speaking to each other. What's up with that?
Then Elijah said to all the people, “Come near to me.” So all the people came near to him. And he repaired the altar of the Lord which had been torn down. Elijah took twelve stones according to the number of the tribes of the sons of Jacob, to whom the word of the Lord had come, saying, “Israel shall be your name.”
So with the stones he built an altar in the name of the Lord, and he made a trench around the altar, large enough to hold two measures of seed. Then he arranged the wood and cut the ox in pieces and laid it on the wood. And he said, “Fill four pitchers with water and pour it on the burnt offering and on the wood.” And he said, “Do it a second time,” and they did it a second time.
And he said, “Do it a third time,” and they did it a third time. The water flowed around the altar and he also filled the trench with water. At the time of the offering of the evening sacrifice, Elijah the prophet came near and said, “O Lord, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Israel, today let it be known that You are God in Israel and that I am Your servant and I have done all these things at Your word.
Answer me, O Lord, answer me, that this people may know that You, O Lord, are God, and that You have turned their heart back again.” Then the fire of the Lord fell and consumed the burnt offering and the wood and the stones and the dust, and licked up the water that was in the trench. When all the people saw it, they fell on their faces; and they said, “The Lord, He is God; the Lord, He is God.” Then Elijah said to them, “Seize the prophets of Baal; do not let one of them escape.” So they seized them; and Elijah brought them down to the brook Kishon, and slew them there.
I have had a great run...all good things must end...all these years I have had the greatest time interviewing my fave musicians and poets.. This Sunday I wrap it up and take down my shingle for good...My brotha from another mutha joins me as he comes out of retirement for one last hooray...Sun of Man joins me to say my final goodbye..I do hope you all will join us as well..See ya at the show..Love,E
A Sunday evening music and meditation program that provides an opportunity for prayer, meditation, worship, intimacy, and reflection. The use of instrumental worship music, praise and worship music, contemporary Christian and Gospel music, intercession and the reading of God’s Holy Scriptures is designed to draw one into a time of preparation for the day or week ahead. Visit our Facebook page – LFC-Grace Teaching Center.
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Rock music should be built to last. Since its genesis, the genre has been all about longevity not a “flavor of the month” or a “flash in the pan.” Whether you go back to the seventies or nineties pillars, the goal was to create something that can be lived with for a lifetime. It still can be that way. Akron, Ohio’s Red Sun Rising—Mike Protich [vocals/guitar], Ryan Williams [guitar], Tyler Valendza [guitar], Ricky Miller [bass/vocals], and Pat Gerasia [drums], proudly carry on that tradition with their full-length debut, Polyester Zeal [Razor & Tie]. “It’s not today’s rock, but it’s a new alternative,” declares singer and guitarist Mike Protich. Through tireless gigging, they built up an impressive local fan base, soon attracting the attention of multiple labels. Razor & Tie rushed to Akron in the Fall of 2014 and signed the band following a sold out hometown show. The band headed to Los Angeles shortly after to cut Polyester Zeal with celebrated producer Bob Marlette [Black Sabbath, Shinedown, Seether]. They managed to siphon the pure, potent, powerful guitar chemistry, towering vocals, and muscular rhythms into the record’s 11 tracks with all of the “grit” intact. The first single “The Otherside” sees thick clean guitars clash with an unshakable refrain that’s as airy as it is anthemic. However, Polyester Zeal will be, and it firmly establishes Red Sun Rising’s place in rock. “The title sums it up,” concludes Mike. “Zeal is something you strive for, while Polyester is obtainable. The juxtaposition is, ‘What’s your obtainable dream?’ Ours is to tell stories through these songs. Hopefully, it makes you feel something. That’s what rock is supposed to do after all.” For more information, visit www.redsunrisingmusic.com
Kellan Olson joins me (Jim Coughenour) this time around as we cover all the current Suns news.
The scrimmage at the Madhouse on McDowell stirred up memories for many older fans in attendance. The actual basketball played was fairly vapid, but I managed to keep busy by scrutinizing the mannerisms and wardrobe of Markieff Morris. There was a large contingent of young fans at the game, too, and the Suns players didn't disappoint by staying well after the game to sign autographs. Should this be an annual ritual?
Kellan breaks down the Suns first preseason game against the Kings and how Jon Leuer doesn't appear to be conceding the the backup four minutes to Mirza Teletovic.
Rollin J. Mason's SB Nation Suns Season Preview was such a good read that Kellan and I discussed its finer points. Listen to what we think of the overall roster moves, strengths, weaknesses and team goals.
The topic of the Brandon Knight/Lakers first round pick trade will surely pop up this season, probably more prominently if the Suns struggle and the pick falls into the mid lottery. Have Suns fans already reconciled this situation, or is there still a chance of buyer's remorse settling in?
Finally, the last line I read out of Vegas has the Suns over/under at 36.5 wins. Does that sound high, low, or just about right?
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