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After losing to Utah, it looked like the Buffs could very well fold. Instead they follow it up with two wins in Oregon including one over the ranked Oregon Ducks.
Where does CU stand leading up to their highly anticipated rematch against Arizona and how big is this game?
We will cover everything you need to know.
In the third installment of BuffStampede Radio, we tackle all the questions surrounding the Colorado football program.
The Buffs fell 50-6 to USC in Los Angeles and have a trip to Eugene, Oregon up next. Can Jon Embree direct a stunning upset against the top-five ranked Ducks? What would a competitive showing do for CU...we'll tell you.
Tad Boyle's basketball program will again get attention only this time, we're talking how they stack up in the Pac-12.
The song you are looking for is "Best Dressed Chicken in Town" by Doctor Alimantado. It plays during the scene when Hancock throws the French kid Michelle/Michael into the air. You can find the video for the song at the link below.
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Rebel Music - The Bob Marley Story(2001)
When you think of Reggae music, you most likely think of Bob Marley first. Musical genius, innovator, cultural icon, inspiration to millions… Bob Marley means so much to so many people, but how much do you really know about his life?
This is an excellent documentary that explores Bob Marley’s life, from his humble beginnings to his tragic death, providing a new perspective of the people and events that made Bob the man he became.
It’s a truly fascinating story and for me it definitely enhanced my appreciation, enjoyment and emotional connection to his music.
I strongly recommend this film for reggae music fans and documentary film buffs alike.
For many Americans, the word "Airpower" is defined by the exploits of the Eighth Air Force flying from England to bomb targets in Germany and occupied Europe. But there was much more to American airpower during World War II, then just the efforts of, "The Mighty Eighth." One of the more notable contributions to the Allied victory in Europe came from the U.S. Fiftheenth Air Force, based in the Mediterranean Theater of Operations. Though smaller than the Eighth, the Fifteenth Air Force was more diverse, and in some ways had a more challenging and varietal target set to prosecute. These ranged from radar stations that had to be destroyed prior to the invasion of the French Riviera in the summer of 1944, to the massive petroleum production facilities at Ploesti in Hungary. The Fifteenth Air Force was also the home to the all-Negro 332nd Fighter Group, the famous "Redtails" which had been trained as an "experiment" at Tuskegee, Alabama. And in spite of having been forgotten by most aviation historians, the men of the Fifteenth Air Force created a combat record as substantial as any other of World War II.
To learn more about the Fifteenth Air Force, join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) for Military Monday at 1 p.m. Eastern. His guest this week is well known aviation historian and Regency History Press author Barrett Tillman, whose new book, FORGOTTEN FIFTEENTH, chronicles the men, missions, and story of this little-known aerial armada. Together they will take listeners through a Mediterranean odyssey, combining World War II's most advanced weapons and aircraft, with a region as old as history itself. Listeners are encouraged to call in and offer both questions and opinions, and what should be a most enlightening hour of history for aviation buffs.
Join us in the BYGP Locker Room, as we take the opportunity to listen and learn, from College Football royalty. After the un-timely passing of university of Colorado quarterback, Sal Aunese, the reigns were passed to a young, Darian Hagan.
Darian, ended up taking full advantage of the opportunity, and lead the CU Buffs to their very first, and only National Championship trophy in 1990! Now, Darian is the Director of Player Development, for the university of Colorado football team, and has an immense amount of knowledge and expertise to share with the BYGP audience.
If you were wondering what it takes to be a big-time high school and college student-athlete, this will be a show you definitely don't want to miss. Tune in!
First Contact Radio 7/31/14 Show #1200 hosted by Joshua Poet
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What Passing Bells:
Not just a compelling and dramatic story of a restless young man with the Great War as a backdrop, but also a balanced and relatable view of a war that transcends generations. When readers first meet Dai Bowen, he is an innocent young man, unaffected by the outside world, but when peer pres- sure and economics drive him to join the army he soon discovers from the horrors of war just how brutal the world can be. Moss also draws on the newly discovered research on Adolf Hitler in Thomas Weber’s book Hitler’s First War to piece together a fictionalized but realistic view of the future dictator. What Passing Bells skillfully weaves in the young Hitler’s perspective of the conflict and the world at large, providing readers insight into his uneasy relationship with his fellow soldiers in the List Regiment. ! The ideal read for lovers of historical fiction, history buffs and war-story aficionados, What Passing Bells is an unforgettable novel that brings the reader directly into the trenches.
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GREETINGS, PEOPLE OF THE WORLD - WE ARE ANONYMOUS
There are many theories about us. That we’re anarchists, kids, crazy film-buffs that saw one too many superhero movies. The truth is, we are all these things. Anonymous is a symbol, like the flag a country flies. The flag is the symbol of the country. Our masks are our national identity. We are not Anonymous – we represent the ideals of Anonymous. Truth, freedom and the removal of censorship. Like any symbol, we affix it wherever we go, as you have seen from street protests.
We have no leaders, civilians or soldiers. We are all one. We run operations because that is what the group decides to do. We choose targets because that is what the people who represent the ideals of Anonymous want to fight for. The world is in trouble. We see it every day – war, poverty, murder. Every day we are bombarded with news and images, as we sit at home safe in the knowledge that we are powerless, that “better” minds are dealing with the situation.
But in cyberspace we are different. We helped free the people of Egypt. We helped fight against Israel as it attempted genocide. We exposed more than 50,000 paedophiles around the world. We fought the drug cartels. We have taken to the streets to fight for the rights you are letting slip through your fingers.
In today’s world we are seen as terrorists or at best dangerous anarchists. We’re called “cowards” and “posers” for hiding behind masks, but who is the real poser? We take away the face and leave only the message. Behind the mask we could be anyone, which is why we are judged by what we say and do, not who we are or what we have.
We exist without nationality, skin colour or religious bias. You wage wars, lie to us and try to make us believe it’s for our own good.
Yet we’re the criminals?
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