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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.
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.
Twitter: @cruzr83 @unclegstacks @billycorben
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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.
The Silver State 508 began yesterday morning and looks to have some blazing fast times with pre-race favorite Marko Balo leading the way. In pursuit are Sean Cuddihy, Adam Bickett and David Haase. Last year's winner of the Trona 356 Billy Edwards joins us to give some insight into the competition.
"Billy" Eduard Albert Meier's spiritual experiences can be traced all the way back to a time when he was four years old. Billy was living in a town called Niederflachs/Bulach , Switzerland. Bulach is a municipality in Switzerland in the canton of Zurich, located in the district of the same name, and belongs to the Glatt Valley (German: Glattal).As a young boy at about 3am one morning, on a mild night in May, in the year 1941, he went outside and sat down on a bench and looked up at a beautiful starry night. Then he heard a voice in his head that said “My life is made out of the love of Creation." Also a short time later, words suddenly formed on Billy's lips, which said: “Since ancient times, you have lived among the stars”, and suddenly Billy knew who he was, and what his mission was on this earth. And, suddenly, impulses came from somewhere, which I later recognised as impulses from the storage banks, and many good memories penetrated me and showed me the way I had to go in my life. Thus I also suddenly knew what space and time signify concerning the evolution of human beings and all things... ( for more information see How it all began. ) The second part of that complete passage reads:
I recognised that the light, which the stars emitted, was a light in the visible spectrum, however, the light of true love remained invisible, creational and for all-great-time.
A re-broadcast of Xiro Xone News and F1 Sport.
Lewis Hamilton has fought tooth and nail all season for every point he has earned, and Sunday was no different. Lewis Hamilton is one of the most intelligent and skillful drivers that ever hit a Formula One track. Hamilton drove 192 miles in a 61-lap race, under pressure from two Red Bulls, a Ferrari, and an 18-minute safety car.
Hamilton's experience on the track and understanding of the car, along with smart tire strategy and better pit stops, kept him in the lead while tackling tight turns at top speed. Of course it can be said, his toughest fight was in Hungary when he went from pit lane to a third place podium finish, in spite of car trouble, and slow pit stops.
Fighting back and in desperate need of a podium was Sebastian Vettel, with Red Bull. Four-time champion Vettel was not satisfied with third or fourth, so he ramped up his competitive nature and overtook team-mate Daniel Ricciardo to secure himself, a second place finish. Two impressive finishers gaining points for their teams were Fernando Alonso for Ferrari and Felipe Massa for Williams-Martini. Jean-Eric Vergne with Toro Rosso and Sergio Perez with Sahara Force India, came in sixth and seventh respectively.
Next race, Suzuka, in Japan
After Race Entertainment- Nine-time Grammy Award winner John Legend will bring his blend of R&B and soul to the Formula One night race on Sunday. Also headlining, Jennifer Lopez at the Padang Stage and Six-time Grammy winner and Emmy winner Ziggy Marley will perform in Zones 1 and 4 at the Marina Bay Street Circuit.
He officiated at matches that included wrestling’s royalty — Antonino Rocca ,Ultimate Warrior,Hulk Hogan,The Rock,Undertaker, among them. Caputo’s career highlights included between-games matches at major league ballparks, including Shea Stadium, and the first Wrestlemania at the Garden.Not so bad, you say — after all, the outcome of the bouts were never any secret. “Not so,” says Caputo. “Back then, they never told the refs the outcome so as not to compromise the job we had to do.”
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Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino, Hay House author and Best Ever You Network CEO, lives her daily life with allergies to peanuts, tree nuts, fish, and shellfish. In 1998, Elizabeth nearly lost her life due to an allergic reaction to almonds. In 1999, she had a second near-fatal allergic reaction while pregnant with her third son, after which she was hospitalized for more than a week.
Elizabeth understands firsthand the challenges life can bring and has worked with thousands across the globe to illuminate their light within and help them live their best life. In 2008, Elizabeth left a 17 year career in the financial services industry to start The Best Ever You Network, which is now a leading multimedia provider of lifestyle and self-help content. Elizabeth hosts "The Best Ever You Show."
With Brian Hom, she co-founded the Food Allergy Zone to find a cure and the cause of food allergies and she is a spokesperson for FAACT - Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Connection Team. Now she adds "author" to her resume. In "PERCOLATE: Let Your Best Self Filter Through," Elizabeth empowers readers to implement meaningful, positive change to thrive in every aspect of your life.
Visit her websites: www.BestEverYou.com and www.PercolateBook.com.
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‘The Brilliant Brit’ Lewis Hamilton, driver for Mercedes dominated the track in Sochi today, winning the inaugural race of the Formula One, Russian Grand Prix. In what can only be called a spectacular performance on the track, Lewis Hamilton clinched the Constructors Championship title for the Mercedes AMG F1 team giving them their first ever; win, of the title that honors the entire team.
Mercedes won 13 out of 16 races thus far, with three more remaining. Lewis Hamilton won 9 of the 13 for Mercedes. One does not have to be a fan to recognize Hamilton is a superior driver who has made a great contribution to the Mercedes team. As usual, the dignified and gracious Hamilton pointed out, the engineers, mechanics and workers in the factory and the garage were all part of what made his success on the track possible.
Starting in second and finishing second was Hamilton’s teammate, Nico Rosberg. He tried to overtake Hamilton on lap-1 but ran out of space and locked up. The error forced Rosberg to pit early for a tire change on lap 2. But when he got back out, he did a great job fighting his way from eleventh, to a second place finish, on the same set of tires. Rosberg has four wins under his belt and exclaim, “I’m looking forward to the last three races.”
Fans can always count on an impressive drive by Valtteri Bottas, with Williams-Martini. He landed third on the podium giving his team enough points to leapfrog over Ferrari. Bottas seemed satisfied with third after giving up second position to Rosberg, something his fans believe would not have happened had Bottas been more aggressive, in protecting his position.
Rounding out the top five were Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen, with McLaren. Sergio Perez with Sahara Force India scored a point for his team coming in tenth.
Billy Howard does grass roots rescue with his Alabama Angels Dog Rescue Inc. Billy goes through an estimated 70 lbs. of dog food PER DAY. He receives no help other than his meager pension every month, which he gladly spends to feed, vet, spay/neuter and microchip his dogs. He just recently got his 501c3 designation as a non-profit charitable organization, which hopefully will open doors for his rescue to receive much needed assistance. His is a rescue in extremely rural Alabama, where the average income per person is so small that he cannot get a lot of financial support from his neighbors. Billy keeps all his dogs in a free roaming fenced yard and his home, and he is also a dog fighting investigator. And while his resources are stretched thin, he knows his limitations. Learn about all the great work he does and what rescue is supposed to be. http://www.alabamaangelsdogrescue.com/
Molly the Corgy was shot to death by an angry neighbor in broad daylight in front of the family who the dog belonged to. Cary Chunyk will explain what happened and the impact on his family, and Josie C Rhoads-Verbeek wil telll us about the Facebook page seeking justice for this poor dog.
A Puppy's New Home is a series of books written for children to TEACH them how to interact with and care for dogs with a book for each breed and mutts too! AJ Richards the author did a nice interview with us which you can hear on this weeks show. Please like her facebook page to support this ongoing project https://www.facebook.com/dogbooksforkids
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