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Yep, brand new episodes of Billy Borrelli Laugh Chat!
Ebola is still haning around? AIDS isn't looking so bad anymore.
ISIS is at it again...except this time, their getting rockets and bomb put presicely up their asses.
Did you know, white people just walk fast in general, with no planned destination?
We have become more anti-social because of social media...is that an oxymoron?
Another "unarmed" black teen, gets killed by a white cop. In other news, people are shooting, stabbing, robbing, home-invading, waterboarding, and selling drugs...but nobody is hearing about it.
If I wrote comic books, there would be only one comic book ever. All the heroes would die from the things that gave them suprepowers. Let's be real, you and I would not survive a radioactive spider bite.
I'm going to the gym. I got tired of all those years of being called a punk, , fag and bitch. Now...I have a personal trainer to do that when I'm having trouble with a heavy weight.
Morgan Freeman as Col. Nathan Jessup, in A Few Good Men.
Sean Connery as Forrest Gump, in Forrest Gump.
"The King of Madison" Billy Mattern makes his debut on Sign Guy's Wrestling Show. He's an athletic young competitor that the fans of AWA Supreme in Madison, IN know quite well. He's established himself as being capable of hanging with anyone. Find out what Billy has to say when he makes his way to our show.
On this episode of the Yanks Go Yard Radio Show, brought to you by KNODA.com, host and senior staff writer Ricky Keeler gives his thoughts on the trade the Yankees made with the Marlins last week that sent Martin Prado and David Phelps to Miami for Garrett Jones, Nathan Eovaldi, and a minor league pitcher (Domingo German). Should this prevent New York from going after Max Scherzer and who plays second base on opening day?
At 9:05 PM ET, Ricky will be joined by Robert Pimpsner, the founder of Pinstriped Prospects. Ricky and Rob will discuss the Yankees' strategy going forward, who the favorite should be to play 2B in 2015, some under-the-radar prospects in the system, which prospect could make a spalsh in 2015 for the Bronx Bombers, and which positions are at a strength in the New York farm system?
Then, at 9:35 PM ET, former Yankees' outfielder Billy Sample will make his second appearance on the show to talk Prado deal, what differences does he see in the game today, what he looks for from New York in 2015, and we will also discuss his movie, Reunion 108, which is a great holiday gift for all baseball fans.
The HITS Radio Show's sixth season begins with hosts Randy Cruz and Uncle G Stacks chatting with documentary film director and Florida native Billy Corben to discuss his latest project for ESPN's 30 for 30 series "The U Part 2". The second installment continues from its predecesor back in 2009.
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"Bronco" Billy Wright joins our broadcast this week about a half hour into the show. Wright is turning 50 this month and still pursuing his quest to become a world champion heavyweight boxer. He carries an impressive 46-4 record with 37 knockouts, and he already has three titles: The WBC Fecarbox Heavyweight Title, the WBC Latino Heavyweight Title, and the WBC United States Silver Heavyweight Title. Wright just notched the 26th first-round knockout of his career on November 22nd in Bolivia against Juan Carlos Flores Choque. For more about Wright, check out this YouTube clip about his planned reality show. "Rabble Rousin" Rich Bergeron, Tony "The Tornado" Penecale, and "Psychic" Tom Padgett are coming back from a week off, so there will be plenty of combat sports news and events to talk about. We will be discussing Mickey Rourke's fixed Russian boxing match, UFC 181 (Hendricks vs. Lawler II), and Manny Pacquiao's big win over Chris Algieri.
Billy Meier, Shroud of Turn, Holy Grail, King Arthur, Merlin, Keridwena
in Self Help
W.G. Shank, better known as Billy in real life, is a musician, writer, graphic designer, massage therapist, webmaster, life-long surfer and Religious Science Practitioner. Most Sundays he accompanies his wife, singer/songwriter Andrea Lane, as the musical inspiration at New Thought Spiritual Centers around the country.
Earlier in his adult life Billy was shanghaied into coaching his stepdaughter’s AYSO soccer team. Like millions around the world, he developed a passion for the sport. He eventually earned National certifications as both a coach and referee and for years was an instructor to both. Billy still counts his trip to South Africa for the 2010 World Cup as his all-time road trip.
Enamored early in life by the martial arts, Billy studied various forms from Tai Chi to Jiu-jitsu. He currently holds a Nidan rank in Aikido (2nd degree black) and is a certified instructor with the International Yoshinkan Aikido Federation in Japan.
Most mornings you will find Billy at the beach, drinking his coffee, contemplating the immensities and, if the waves are good, in the water surfing. Otherwise he’ll be running in the sand or skating on the Strand, envisioning the next book or the next song, or trying to forgive some guy who yelled at him on the soccer field.
This week, Matt and Shawn talk the CMA Awards despite not being involved. They did, however attend the Broken Bow Records' pre party! Matt also went to see O.A.R., and shawn went to Birmingham, AL.
We also feature an interview with Jen DeLia and James Worte from the independent film Billy Bates! The film explores the fiery world of Billy, a thirty-year old enigmatic artist. On the one hand, Billy’s reality is a kaleidoscope of artistic beauty and on the other, an extremely troubled existence. As Billy floats the tightrope between brilliance and madness, he seeks solace in overcoming his personal inner-demons.
And this week's #NUartist is Koa! Koa was formed in 2012 at Belmont University by Chase Bader (vocals and acoustic guitar) and Conor Kelly (lead guitar). After writing their first EP, “Cool It Down,” members Ryan Ladd (bass), Will Youngclaus (drums), Alex Mathews (saxophone) and Ryan McClanahan (percussion) came together to form the soulful beach-rock sound that is Koa.