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Jason and Chris dish out the 2013 stars on the Bullets Blog Walk of Fame in the following categories: Actor, Actress, Musician, Athlete, and Wild Card.
They also talk about the upcoming year for Bullets Blog fantasy sports.
Last year's stars went to Kiefer Sutherland, Leo DiCaprio, Mila Kunis, Scarlett Johansson, RA Dickey, Cole Hamels. Dave Matthews' Band, Taylor Swift, Kate Upton, Big Daddy
♥This week we'll take a look at the gritty drama called Bullets. Mark and Hugo get more than they bargined for when after Mark, a bank teller, robs his employer to enter an underground poker game. Hugo's gambling addiction doesn't help the situation and what ensues turns into a dangerous situation. ♥I screened the show during the Hollyweb Festival and thought it was an interesting story, very well written. Join us tonight as we chat with creator and
Artist against Gun Violence
Today, the forces that push for gun control seem to be heavily (though not exclusively) allied with political factions that are committed to dramatic increases in taxation on the middle class. While it would be hyperbole to compare higher taxes on the middle class to the suffering and deprivation of sharecropping or slavery, the analogy of disarming those whom you wish to economically disadvantage, has a certain worrisome validity to it.
Another point to consider is that in the American legal system, certain classifications of governmental discrimination are considered constitutionally suspect, and these "suspect classifications" (usually considered to be race and religion) come to a court hearing under a strong presumption of invalidity. The reason for these "suspect classifications" is because of the long history of governmental discrimination based on these classifications, and because these classifications often impinge on fundamental rights.
In much the same way, gun control has historically been a tool of racism, and associated with racist attitudes about black violence. Similarly, many gun control laws impinge on that most fundamental of rights: self-defense. Racism is so intimately tied to the history of gun control in America that we should regard gun control aimed at law-abiding people as a "suspect idea," and require that the courts use the same demanding standards when reviewing the constitutionality of a gun control law, that they would use with respect to a law that discriminated based on race.
Join hosts Dan Meadows, Gene Boyer and Michele Rahal as we welcome author, outdoorsman and family man, John Annoni, to The Shooting Channel. We will talk with John about his passion towards "making hunting and shooting activities more accessible to youth, and for spreading awareness about the importance of outdoor activities in the lives of children". We will also talk about the Camp Compass Academy, his Two Million Bullets campaign and his book "From The Hood To The Woo
Our guest today is ..... Kenya Hunter-Placido!!
Bio: “It has been a long love affair with music for Kenya and now she is here to stay! Kenya is not only a Singer, but is also an Actress too. She is starring in a new action thriller movie called Bullets, Blades, and Blood directed and produced by Robert Parham, Ray Camacho (Award Winning action film director), and Warren Foster. Kenya has earned the title music track to the movie as well as the main role playing herself, a rising R&B singer held captive for pay. Kenya Produced and Co-Directed her new music video entitled “Must Wanna Be Me” with Trevor Laub and Outburst Studios. In the first week of releasing her new music video, she had 14,000 views on YouTube. Along with acting, this New York city girl attributes her initial flirtation with singing and the many opportunities she’s had in her lifetime. Kenya began singing in the church choir, where her musical journey started. Kenya has opened, sang backgrounds for, and among many A -list celebrities such as Jill Scott, Queen Latifah, Mya, Kelly Price, Black Eyed Peas, Mary J. Blige, Leela James, Chico DeBarge, Biz Markie, Goapele, just to name a few. ?Her skills have pushed her from behind the scenes to singing upfront and center. Kenya has a huge international and local fan base. Kenya’s voice has propelled her from behind the stage, to onstage. ? You can purchase Kenya’s CD on her website at KenyaMusic360.com,Tunes, CdBaby, Amazon.com,Reverbnation.com, Spotify, and a host of other websites. Stay tuned to see Kenya on stage, in movies, and T.V. There is a lot more to come from Kenya with her bright, exciting future!
On today's show, we will discuss the merits of the destructive RIP bullet and why it should be given to Mike as soon as possible. We'll also discuss Mick's adventures in old manness, and probably drop some nonsense about Kanye. Join us as we plumb the depths of insanity for your entertaintment. Yes, taintment.
Episode 157 “Edvin Is the New Boy – Part 2″ A confusion leads to training for parallel parking using gymnastics equipment. World Cup indifference leads to plans to spice up sporting events (hint: paintball guns, tazers and ice are involved). Inspired by absurd PDA in the subway, Marc and John trade “21 Rapid Fire Things That Annoy Me” and a round of the Hollywood-themed improv game “Recycled Movie Pitch” features eight-legged tap-dancing and an alcoholic-fueled inferno. Elsie stops by with an unexpected spicy new sweet treat for End of Show Food. Plus Part 2 of an interview with entertainer Edvin Ortega on dodging bullets, an impromptu dance-off with his idol John Travolta, working on “Orange is the New Black”, taking on comedy with the Devil, and boy bands galore!
Jon has fled the United States for reasons we cannot disclose, so Ryan subs in Dan Rubenstein to talk with Spencer Hall about the most optimistic and realistic hopes for the USMNT in the World Cup, why Luis Suarez is the Jack Bauer of soccer, and the best national team nicknames. GO COPPER BULLETS!
Episode 156 “Edvin is the New Boy – Part 1″ John’s back and juggling cats, and we talk death, unexpected life changes, the impact of social media on tragedy, and insufficiently answered emails. A classic improv game “What If…” reveals how balloon animals and time travel could have saved Abraham Lincoln. Elsie’s got a prank food for End of Show Food. Plus an interview with entertainer Edvin Ortega on dodging bullets, an impromptu dance-off with his idol John Travolta, working on “Orange is the New Black”, taking on comedy with the Devil, and boy bands galore!
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