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    in Entertainment

    Just to show and prove what we can do, we're doing a sample show to have on our other channel

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    in Prayer

    Jesua said, "Men ought  always to pray." When I heard that for the first time, the only imagery

    I saw in my mind was that of a monk or nun living in a monastery.  I though that in normal life,

    prayer was when you need an escape hatch when everything was coming apart. It could'nt possibly

    be an extraodinary  everyday life outside of a monastery. Then when the Apostle Paul agreed

    that we should, "Pray without ceasing," it sounded like the thing to do , but I felt no attraction to it.

    What was I suppose to get or feel? But, I came to understand that nothing can be  more important

    than building communication with GOD. Join us for live prayer at 6:00 AM, Mon.-Fri. Dial 714.459.3963.  

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    Hanging Owt With Tee on Sportzfam Radio: The Year Of the Backup

    in Sports

    In episode 5, Tee Nichelle dives into the lack of quality back up quarterbacks in the league and whether or not three of the NFL's most prominent teams can survive long stints without their starting quarterback. Plus, which starting quarterbacks need to be worried about their lack of production? All this and more! Call the show live at 347-945-7086 

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    Football Garbage Time: NFL Week 11 Edition

    in Football

    Joey Alibro, Ryan Whitefield and Ha Kung Wong are back for another Football Garbage Time Podcast, this time, the NFL Week 11 Edition!  This week we'll discuss:

    What's best for the Denver Broncos at QB for the rest of the season, Brock Osweiler or Peyton Manning?
    With Tony Romo returning and Dez Bryant finally 100% healthy, are the Cowboys ready to take over the NFC East?
    Best fantasy football running back pickup (or, backup RB most likely to make an impact for the remainder of the 2015 season): Tevin Coleman (Falcons), Javorius "Buck" Allen (Ravens), Spencer Ware (Chiefs) or Thomas Rawls (Seahawks)?
    Our current picks for AFC champ, NFC champ and MVP so far this season.
    And much MORE!!

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    Obama Still Wants ISIS In the United States

    in Politics

    Obama does and is willing to have ISIS to enter the United States of America by allowing Syrian Muslims which is ISIS to come into the United States of America.

    Evidence that Obama is a Muslim himself is on the National Day of Prayer, he did lead prays and wanted everyone to pray in the same language as ISIS would and he lead the prayer in the Language of ISIS.

    ISIS is all Muslim meaning that all Muslims are the enemy to the United States of America.

    Seeing that Obama is denying that Muslims is ISIS and saying this is a church of peace is also proof and the facts are adding up to Obama being a Muslim.

    Obama has omitted to hating all Christians and Jews on the National Day of Prayer.

    My research and source can prove and backup these facts. 

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    Are backup offers worth it?

    in Real Estate

    Are backup offers worth it for buyers to submit? Is it worth it for a seller to accept backup offers? As a buyer, how should you put together your backup offer? As a seller, how should you handle backup offers? Is it different from a "normal" offer? All this a lots more in this weeks show

    Your host, Robert Whitelaw, a licensed real estate broker in Morgan Hill, California, will guide you through all the latest information on loan rates, foreclosures, short sales and more. He will also give you insights into the purchase process that can help you navigate the waters of a real estate transaction easier.

    So tune in live and join the show with your real estate related questions!


    Make sure to visit our sponsors at Audible!

    Visit audible and you will get a free audio book, a one month trial and you help support the show!

    Check out this weeks Rebelbroker approved BOOK OF THE WEEK!

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    NFL Super Bowl Champion Pittsburgh Steeler Mike Logan

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    The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Coach Karen Hall will interview Super Bowl Champion MIke Logan.

    After a college career at WVU, Logan was a second-round draft pick for the Jacksonville Jaguars in 1997. As a rookie, Logan only recorded 15 tackles, but improved his second season to 29 tackles. He recorded his first NFL interception in his final and best season in 2000. Logan recorded 60 tackles that year, along with his first career sack and two interceptions.

    Logan then went to the Steelers for the 2001 season, bringing him home to play for the team he grew up idolizing. Logan started out slowly his first two years in Pittsburgh, but by the 2003 season he had broken out. Logan had a career-high 94 tackles that year along with a sack. Unlike his previous two seasons of 2001 and 2002, Logan had no interceptions in 2003 (he had two INTs in 2001 and 1 INT in 2002). After being re-signed in 2004, Logan produced a career-worst 8 tackles for the season after suffering a season-ending injury and being placed on the injured reserve list. Logan tried to bounce back in 2005, but he was already a backup by then. Logan was a part of the championship Super Bowl XL team for the Steelers and won his first Super Bowl ring. He retired from professional football prior to the 2007 football season.

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    YGY Radio Show: November 12 - Aaron Hicks Trade/Brett Gardner Rumors

    in Baseball

    On tonight's episode of the Yanks Go Yard Radio Show, host and senior staff writer Ricky Keeler gives his take on the two trades the Yankees made yesterday involving Jose Pirela and John Ryan Murphy. Does this mean that Gary Sanchez becomes the backup catcher and is Brian Cashman done making deals after yesterday? Plus, should the Yankees trade Andrew Miller? 

    At 9:05 PM ET, James Terry from Baseball Essential joins the show to discuss the Hicks trade from the Twins perspective. Is John Ryan Murphy set to be the starting catcher in Minnesota? Plus, James gives his thoughts on the Twins winning the posting bid for Byung-Ho Park. 

    At 9:35 PM ET, Brady Farkas from Sodo Mojo and ESPN Radio in Albany joins the show to talk about the latest trade rumors involving the Mariners and Brett Gardner. What has he seen from pitchers such as James Paxton, who have also been involved in these discussions. Plus, what are Brady's thoughts on the hiring of Scott Servais as manager and Jerry DiPoto as GM and what are Seattle's biggest offseason needs? 

    As always, you can contact the show by calling us at (347)-324-5455 or tweeting us: @YGYRadioShow


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    Peyton Manning loses in Indy; Big Ben injured again; NFL Week 9 recap

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    We recap some of the important games from Week nine, in the NFL. The Denver Broncos visited Indianapolis and Andrew Luck got the better of Petyon Manning. The Broncos sitll have a three game lead over the Oakland Raiders, in the AFC West. The suprising Raiders traveled to Heinz Field and tied the game late. Backup quarterback Landry Jones led the Steelers down the field to kick the game winning field goal after Ben Roethlisberger was injured. This is the second injury this season for Roethlisberger. After spraining his knee, he now has sprained his foot and his return is undetermined at this time. The Minnesota Vikings needed overtime to defeat the pesky St. Louis Rams. The Vikings move to 6-2 and claim a share of the NFC North lead. Listen in and give us a call with your favorite game of the weekend.

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    The Sports House with special guest Pete Jensen Fantasy expert from NHL.com

    in Sports

    Today on the show we are recapping week 9 in the NFL. We will take a look back at all the games starting with Thursday night going into all of Sunday's games including Monday night. We will also get you updated with the latest injuries and including news. The NFL announces Broncos CB Aqib Talib is suspended 1 game for poking Colts TE Dwayne Allen in the eye on Sunday. Patriots Dion Lewis has a torn ACL and will miss the rest of 2015. He was 3rd on the team with 36 receptions. Rams and former Broncos WR Wes Welker now have reached agreement on one-year deal. Andrew Luck will miss 2-5 weeks with a lacerated kidney. His backup Matt Hasselbeck is 2-0 as a starter this year.


    At 7:30 pm PT, 10:30 pm ET we will be joined with our good friend Pete Jensen from NHL.com to talk some Fantasy Hockey and the current leading divisions teams as well. We will then give out our week 10 NFL picks. 


    We will take your calls at 646-478-5337 and read your tweets via twitter to @RealSonnieCruz.

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    Stats & Spats with the Luke Monster

    in Sports

    What happened in week 8 of the NFL and XFF. Teams have been eliminated from playoff contention and others made statement wins. Plus, no more backup players. 

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