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Welcome back, everyone. Christmas and the New Year celebration are over. Life goes on, as we continue with our set schedules. Sleep, eat, work, read, play, eat, poop, and dance. Yes, I said dance.
Our Dancing Monday is back! The soundtrack set continues. Put on your sneakers, get your water bottle, and dance dance dance. We got films from the 80s all the way to late 90s. Are you ready to knock those socks off?
On this weeks episode we will be talking to the legendary "Exotic" Adrian Street about his career and feuds and who his favorite wrestler was when he was growing up and who he really in joyed working with. You can send your questions you have for Adrian street to firstname.lastname@example.org And don`t for get to follow us on twitter @IL80sWPodcast or like the i love `80s wrestling podcast facebook page. and make sure you visit www.vocnation.com to listen to all the past episodes of i love `80s wrestling podcast and see what other podcasts voc nation radio network. Please leave a comment about the show.
My desire and passion is to help others fulfil their god given purpose and destiny. I talk about issues weekly that I believe can hinder this. I speak from experience and from a place of strength after finding my path. Join me on today's podcast where I will be sharing and talking about coming back from a setback.
I look forward to sharing with you
Larry Luikart is an Ohio native who holds bachelors and masters degrees in History and Political Science from Concordia University. He previously worked for over twenty-five years as a member of the Missouri State Highway Patrol. Luikart lives in the Westcliffe, Colorado, area with his wife and their two dogs, where he also writes for the weekly newspaper, The Sentinel. This is his first book.
Throw Salt on the Water is a heartfelt tale of lasting friendship explores the lives of ordinary soldiers through the eyes of two best friends who must decide their ultimate loyalties when they find themselves on opposing sides of the Civil War
Come join Suzy "The Elf" & Dinklage the Imp as we talk about Wrestler Unstoppable and getting back to basics, going back to the old school type of radio shows. IN CHARACTER ONLY!! Leave your manager at home! This will be strictly enforced.
Call in to promote your company, stable or wrestler, cause only YOU can really promote them! Want to become a sponsor of Back to Basics? Contact Suzy or Dinklage and they will get you the details! If you are a sponsor of B2B and want your special event highlighted, then let Suzy or Dinklage know and they will highlight your event.
We will discuss what is going on in WU and also discuss topics like Trash Talk, cutting promos, etc. If you have a topic that you would like us to talk about, then message Suzy or Dinklage and we will take all topics into consideration!
Ozgur K. Sahin is an award-winning independent author and life coach currently living in Minnesota. He has a background in astrophysics, consciousness development, and history. He is currently editing the second book in his Brethren of the Spanish Main historical pirate fiction series, and has written and blogged about narcissism and personal/social development.
The Wrath of Brotherhood
After learning of his sister’s death at the hands of pirates, successful merchant Captain Roy Toppings sails to the Caribbean on a misguided mission of vengeance against the man who failed to protect her: her Spanish widower, Pablo Francisco.
In the climate of the Restoration-era Caribbean colonies, where scheming and stealth could yield a prize as readily as boldness and firepower, Roy's vendetta lands him and his small but talented privateer crew in the middle of political intrigue and a deadly invasion in the West Indies as the nations of Europe struggle to consolidate power in anticipation of new monarchs in England and France.
When Spain prepares a strike that could jeopardize all other commercial interests in the Caribbean, Roy must risk losing his chance at vengeance to fight for his nation and his fellow Brethren of the Coast.
Robert Buccellato is the Author of "Florida Governors Lasting Legacies", "Jimmy Carter in Plains the Presidential Hometown", and the forthcoming "Finding Dan McCarty."
He is a Graduate of Florida State University and the Historian for the Clerk of Courts for Leon County, a position created for him by Clerk Bob Inzer.
The physical connections to most American presidents are deeply rooted in the past and unfamiliar. One can no longer see Washingtons birthplace or William Henry Harrisons log cabin. Plains, Georgia, is different, and the attachment Americans have for it remains truly unique. Jimmy Carter in Plains: A Presidential Hometown tells the inspirational story of how one man and his community transformed a nation. When Jimmy Carter, a one-term governor of Georgia, announced his candidacy for president, few took him seriously. Yet, in just two years, he managed to pull off a spectacular and unprecedented victory, thanks to his personal style of politicking and the support of his hometown. Many of his neighbors campaigned for him, and they became known as the Peanut Brigade. Crowds started to flock to the sleepy hamlet of Plains, making celebrities out of the candidates mother, younger brother, and daughter. The exceptional photographs of Charles W. Plant guide the reader through the 1976 election, which made Plains Americas hometown.
The longest playoff droughts in NBA history are discussed on this episode of the Over and Back Classic NBA podcast. Jason Mann and guest host Adam Criblez talk about the 1977-1991 Los Angeles Clippers, 1995-2006 Golden State Warriors, 2005-2015 Golden State Warriors, 1987-1996 Sacramento Kings, 1991-2000 Dallas Mavericks, 1975-1983 Utah Jazz, 2007-2015 Kings, and 1978-1986 Warriors.
Topics discussed include how the Clippers under Donald Sterling lost out on Charles Barkley, Byron Scott, Terry Cummings, Ricky Pierce and Hersey Hawkins but enjoyed Lancaster Gordon, Benoit Benjamin, and Bo Kimble, how the Warriors fell apart following the Don Nelson and Chris Webber feud, Latrell Sprewell choking P.J. Carlesimo, the Timberwolves trading Kevin Garnett and David Kahn's reign of terror, how Bill Russell helped wreck the Kings, how it didn't work out between Jamal Mashburn, Jason Kidd and Jim Jackson in Dallas, the current mess in Sacramento, how trading everything for Pete Maravich didn't work for the expansion New Orleans Jazz, and the long road for Purvis Short.
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