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Several topics to talk about tonight. I will talk about my follow-up interview coming tomorrow with Jeff Jarrett as well as other topics from today. Those will include Elvis' 80th birthday, Barbara Boxer retiring for the Senate, the terrorist attack in Paris by Jihadis. All of that an much more on the Ed Boston Podcast. Tonight at 9 pm eastern on Blog Talk Radio.
2015 is here and I will take a look at different things from around the world and a variety of topics. Whether 2014 was great for you like it was me, or if you couldn't wait for it to end, we are going to talk about the HOPE we have for 2015. Join me live at 9 pm eastern, and who knows how long we will go.
I will be interviewing professional wrestler Jeff Jarrett, who is also the owner of Global Force Wrestling. For the first time ever, GFW is bringing New Japan Pro-Wrestling Wrestle Kingdon 9 live on Pay-per-view here in the United States. We will talk about WK9, the The Bullet Club, and Jeff's faith in Jesus Christ.
Chad Robichaux leads Serving California’s Might Oaks Warrior program – which treats soldiers, vets and their families who are suffering from PTSD. Chad served 8 tours in Afghanistan (Special Forces), he received the Medal of Valor for her service in law enforcement, he has his PhD, his MBA, he’s a pastor, a best selling author and a professional MMA Fighter. He has an amazing life, but most of all, he and his family are dedicated to sharing their story of their struggle with PTSD – and how Chad has survived. There is a terrible statistic right now – 23 Vets and/or soldiers commit suicide each day. Their is currently an 80-90% divorce rate among soldiers. Chad’s Mighty Oaks Warrior program is a faith-based program that is endorsed by the military – they don’t use any medications – and they are honored to show that there are no suicides and no divorces from any soldiers who have gone through their program.
The topic of the night was ADVENT. Yes we looked at the words associated with this time: Hope, Love, Joy and Peace, but more importantly we talked about those words and the anticipation of the 2nd coming of our Savior. Scripture included Matthew 25:1-13 and Luke 2.
Everyone in Boston seems excited about the 2024 Olumbics bid — but not all in a positive way. Last week'a ahow was just Mike presenting the plus side's position. In fairness to them, they are not pretending the city won't have to prove itself in many ways to win the final bid against the several foreign competitors.
Thi time, I'll have Aaron Leibowitz representing No Boston Olympics on to discuss theywhy not of it all.
To the boosters, the city would end up with vastly improved transportation sysatems and other infrastructure and more...all with little or no resulting debt. In faxct a big sales tactic is that only by preparing for a 2024 games will Bosotn make these upgrades.
Listen in for a differing view.
Mirabile dictu! Somehow, the IOC chose Boston over San Francisco, Los Angeles and D.C for the US bid to host the 2024 Summer Games.
It's certianly not a done deal. Entries from many other nations are in the running for that — to be settled in 2017. Apparently that will involve much dining and wining, bribing and cajoling. PR meets politics meets pride.I figure Rome or some other city that's already done this will get it.
Meanwhile, Bostonians aer in two camps. One are the hucksters and boosters, typified by ty the Boston 2024 promoters. On the other side are detractors, including those on No Boston Olympics. Next week's show will have one of the three principals of the latter on.
This time, I'll do my best to present the case for the Olumpics. There's much to overcome on the way to winning the bid. The commonwealth's feasibility study on the bid, which came out in February, details the infrastrtucture, venue, transportation and other issues. The boosters say they have it under coontrol or soon to be.
This week is the pro-side run through. Next week will be the anti one.
In 2015, Boston College will have a new offensive coordinator.
Ryan Day is no longer a member of the Boston College football coaching staff. The offensive coordinator returns to his old college coach by accepting the quarterbacks position coach slot with the Philadelphia Eagles. Reunited with Chip Kelly, Day will be at the reigns of a position featuring one of the brightest young arms in the NFL.
With Day gone, there will be much speculation as to who is the next man up to help run the Eagles offense. There is also going to be a reverberating impact on the team, especially with a plethora of young talent still waiting to be refined by the Boston College system. As the team heads into the spring of 2015, this adds to the question marks surrounding the wide receiver, offensive line, and quarterback positions.
We try to make sense of Day's departure and try to look forward into the crystal ball of who could be stepping forward as the new OC of the Eagles. Join us Tuesday at 8 PM as Dan and AJ jump on live with BCI Radio for what is sure to be a tense show. Give us a call at 646-200-0446 to discuss Day, the BC Eagles, and the steps forward.
For the first time in what seems like a long time (but not too long at all), the Eagles are at a crossroads. We try to talk it through on BCI Radio. So tune in and let us hear your thoughts!
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