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On Episode 60 Kinte & Yardley discuss episode 11 of season 4 "Bleeding Kansas" with with actor David Wilson Barnes who plays Martin Delaney Air Date 11/8/14
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David Wilson Barnes is an actor, known for Capote (2005), The Bourne Legacy (2012) and You Don't Know Jack (2010).
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Amanda and Chris start by breaking down Packers-Bears, asking if it's the best Aaron Rodgers has ever played. They then shift to whether or not Green Bay has a must-win game against Philadelphia this weekend, and what the game means in terms of winning the division or making the playoffs via wildcard. They then welcome in Brandon Gowton from the Eagles blog Bleeding Green Nation to talk about how legit Mark Sanchez's game against the Panthers really was. They then talk about what a healthy offensive line might mean for LeSean McCoy, touch on the emergence of Jordan Matthews, and look at the playoff landscape for the NFC as a while.
Behind Enemy Lines is brought to you by hosts, Amanda Lawson and Chris Callaway. Read Amanda's work over a CheeseSportsLife and Chris's musings at Midwest Sports Fans.
This week, we're checking in with our pals in Paper Lions - the first-ever musical guests on Canadian Musician Radio back in 2013 - who are currently touring in the land down under. We'll chat with the band from the other side of the world about their first tour of Australia, some of the cool experiences they've had thus far, and more.
And leading up to our first-ever edition of Generation Next Live, happening Jan 23rd at the Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto, we've got The Bleeding Lights and Breached, the latter of which is headlining the show as the official launch of their interactive music video which was shot at that very venue last year.
Doctors of the USA welcomes Dr. Tom Schneider, DDS, a Family Dentist specialized in Periodontics and an Assistant Clinical Professor, to talk about why should we be concerned with bleeding gums even though it’s a normal occurrence.
Dr. Thomas F. Schneider, Jr., graduated from Loyola University as an undergraduate in 1982. He received his dental degree from University of Illinois in 1986. He continued his education at the Loyola University specializing in Periodontics. Dr. Schneider opened his dental practice in Chicago in 1988 and has been serving his community ever since.
Dr. Schneider is also a Part-time Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois College of Dentistry handling Undergraduate Periodontics clinic and lectures, Dental Hygiene lectures and International Dentist Periodontics clinic and lectures.
He is married to Sarah D. Schneider with two children, Peter who is 20 years old and Margaret who is 17 years old.
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Writer's Block 10am to 11am - Bleeding HeART Duo Version
Host Tim Pylypiuk and co-host Bob Delaney honor the influence and genius of Robin Williams, as well as touch on the grey areas of mental illness and art, in a show originally broadcasted as a solo effort now re-worked to include the perspective of editor-by-trade Bob. Those interested in contributing may call in at 1-760-825-0903 after the thirty minute mark or post their questions/comments in our chatroom below.
Radio Drama 11am to 12pm - The Grooming Hour (Doll Bones and The Heart Of The Fan Letter)
Bill Boutin returns to join host Tim Pylypiuk for on-the-spot Grooming and Performance tweaking in addition to shining the light on Bill's talents as a songwriter and 2014 Naturally Autistic People Awards Literary Arts Nominee.
Rose McGowan returns to Once Upon A Time as young Cora as the father of the Wicked Witch of the West is revealed! Zach Van Norman and Amy Hood have packed their baskets and clicked their heels three times, and they're ready to see what darkness is "Bleeding Through" to Storybrooke!
This week's talking points will include Zelena's father, young Cora, and Rumple's struggle against Zelena. Join us in the chat room or call 347-677-1653 to be live on-air! See you on the podcast!
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Controversial, thought-provoking debates, lectures and authors going beyond the Sunday sport spectacles and religious services.
A rumor exists there will be more “debates.” Maybe by then people won’t be forced to buy carnival tickets to witness what should be accessible and in the public domain.
Take a quick poll of your neighbors; ask if any listened to the gubernatorial and senatorial candidates’ “debates” as staged at the Kansas state fair last Saturday.
We live in a time where every distracted electronic screen grazing person should have access from portable telephones, homes and public libraries to these “debates.”
Yet, every election cycle, as shameless gangsters the manipulators of public opinion put in the "fix." The ringmasters can be seen shoveling stupidity, handing out tee-shirts with pulled pork sandwiches, the better to produce imbeciles.
Rumor of more “debates” do not allow for less gaseous innuendo belching from the mouths of Gov. Sam Brownback and Sen. Pat Roberts, as heard in Hutchison.
Brownback and Roberts blame the black president or Harry Reid at every opportunity, and yell “Big Government” when the numbers don’t work out.
They and a majority in the state legislature are using what Bush #41 called “voodoo economics” to drive the Great Cornpone Revolution.
Writer's Block "Bleeding HeART: Mental Illness and Writing" - 10am to 11am PST
In honor of the recent passing of Robin Williams, Tim Pylypiuk flies solo and examines the catch-22 of mental illness and writing while examining whether some artists are truly mentally ill or posesse a keen awareness that is more powerful than the "Average" mind. Ultimately asking the question: What is madness and is it something that can be quantified?
Radio Drama "The Grooming Hour" - 11am to 12pm PST
Synopsis: Tim Pylypiuk joins Bill Boutin for another Grooming Session with a chance to share in Bill's work as an artist and advocate before performing a scene from Episode 3 of Season Four of Phoebe Murer's serial series "Meltdown".
Rated: Public for all audiences.
Meltdown Written By: Phoebe Murer
Adapted By: Tim Pylypiuk
Music By: Bill Boutin, Pink Floyd and Paul Williams
Bleeding Eagle Green Radio, talking about the Philadelphia Eagles, players, coaches and the team in general. Join us this week when we'll kick off our show with discussion about the situation in 2011 and what we should expect from the Eagles in 2012. Bleeding Eagle Green is on the forefront of fan blogs. We have player interviews, inside information and analysis.
Your hosts Dan and Brian will bring interesting and insightful analysis to the Eagles both during the season and during the offseason when critical moves are being made.
Call in and let us know your opinions. We will also have interesting guests, other analysts and player call in days.
Join The Gist of Freedom as we continue Reading William Still's book, The Underground Railroad published in 1871!
The bleeding heart of the husband resolved to escape at all hazards, taking with him a daguerreotype likeness of his wife which he happened to have on hand, and a lock of hair from her head, and from each of the children, as mementoes of his unbounded (though sundered) affection for them.
After crossing the river, his wet clothing freezing to him, he rode all night, a distance of about forty miles. In the morning he left his faithful horse tied to a fence, quite broken down. He then commenced his dreary journey on foot—cold and hungry—in a strange place, where it was quite unsafe to make known his condition and wants. Thus for a day or two, without food or shelter, he traveled until his feet were literally worn out, and in this condition he arrived at Harrisburg, where he found friends. Passing over many of the interesting incidents on the road, suffice it to say, he arrived safely in this city, on New Year's night, 1857, about two hours before day break (the telegraph having announced his coming from Harrisburg), having been a week on the way.
The night he arrived was very cold; besides, the Underground train, that morning, was about three hours behind time; in waiting for it, entirely out in the cold, a member of the Vigilance Committee thought he was frosted. But when he