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Sometime we have to yield to authority figures or we get put into a posuion where we need to stand down even though we get disrespected. What do you do when you have to take it on the chin? Do you take a chance and fight back harder or do you follow protocol?
On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review four new films. First, we'll discuss the sequel with everyone's favorite talking bear, Ted 2, starring Mark Wahlberg and Seth MacFarlane. Then we review the military dog movie Max with Thomas Haden Church and Lauren Graham. Next up it's the boxing film Glass Chin starring Corey Stoll and Billy Crudup. Finally, we'll review the new FIFA-sanctioned film United Passions, starring Tim Roth, Sam Neill, and Gérard Depardieu.
Bill welcomes debut memoirist Rita Zoey Chin to the show. Join Bill and Rita as they discuss her fabulous memoir, Let the Tornado Come, as well as the joys and challenges of teaching memoir, telling your life story, and much else. Don't miss it! (This show was recorded earlier. Sorry, no call-ins.)
On SheridanHoops.com, coach Bobby Gonzalez tells a great New York story.
Years ago, he was having dinner in the famous Italian restaurant on the Upper East Side, Campagnola's, out celebrating his second NCAA run as the coach of the Manhattan Jaspers. The maitre d came over said some gentlemen at a nearby table would like to send over a bottle of wine, and would like to meet and thank you.
So I naively looked at the table full of recognizable characters with pinkie rings and said "Thank me for what?"
One guy looked familiar to me, and it was because his picture was often on TV and in the papers as a don of the Genovese crime family who was known to walk around Greenwich Village in a bathrobe to make the authorities believe he was crazy. He was Vincent "The Chin" Gigante.
He motioned me over, saying he and his crew wanted to meet and thank me as they had won a lot of money on Manhattan beating Florida in the tourney.
After I told him I don't gamble or know much about it, he explained we started as an 11-point underdog by the time the game started people liked my team's chances so much it dropped to 5. After we went on to win by 15, they were all very happy.
I then told him I didn't want to accept the wine as I also don't drink, but I thanked him very respectfully. Gigante and his dinner companions all said they would be following and rooting for me as their favorite coach.
I laughed and thought to myself "Only in New York."
And with that intro, here is my latest NCAA Tournament interview from Sports X Radio with Ken Thompson, a show based out of Vegas.
WARNING!! We will be live so cannot guarentee a calm quiet show, it may be wild, crazy, and totally out of control!!
Mystical awakenings & Sacred Journeys come together at Little Traverse Bay Parafest in Petoskey Michigan with Hosts Deb DeRousse, Beth Gilmer, and Barry Gilmer. We will have interviews with John Tenney, Joe Chin, Tim Maile, Scott Tepperman, Rick Waid, Dan Smith, John Cassidy and possibly more!!! This is a hopping event filled with excitement, adventure, and friendships. Join us today for some great conversation!
Mind of Mansion Radio Episode 182: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion laments the bumbling bafoonery of Texans coach Bill O'Brien.
Bill O'Brien destroyed Arian Foster by riding his notoriously brittle star running back in hyper-garbage time.
Talking down to football injury news correction police buzzards.
After Atlanta moved to a run-oriented scheme, Roddy White and Leonard Hankerson stopped being fantasy relevant.
Mocking Christine Michael enthusiasts.
Seattle's low volume has nutered all members of the Seahawsk passing game.
Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com
Jackie Chin, the popular host of the Spaced Out Radio Network's Zombiepalooza: Dead Again show joins us for the first time on Spaced Out Radio. Jackie is a talented and vibrant host who deals with the dead, undead, and the current state of affairs that are rocking our planet.
On Thursday night's show, we will be discussing everything from are zombies real to these weird beams that seem to be shooting up into the sky. Aliens, Paranormal, Conspiracies. We will hit it all.
The ever increasing pace of aesthetic medical innovation recently saw another exciting new product added to the clinical 'toolkit'. Reducing a double-chin, or fat under the jawline, without surgery or liposuction has been difficult until now. Last week the FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) approved a new injection therapy called Kybella (Kythera Biopharmaceuticals, Inc.) which was approved for the reduction of moderate to severe fat deposits under the chin. The active ingredient in Kybella, deoxycholic acid, dissolves fat, allowing dermatologists and aesthetic surgeons to resculpt the chin area without surgery. Dr. Heidi Waldorf, an internationally respected expert in the field of noninvasive skin rejuvenation and dermatology, including the use of soft tissue augmentation, botulinum toxins, topical cosmeceuticals, lasers, and other devices, was a lead clinical investigator on Kybella leading to its approval. Dr. Waldorf is also Director of Laser and Cosmetic Dermatology at The Mount Sinai Hospital and Associate Clinical Professor at the Icahn School of Medicine of Mount Sinai University and sees patients in Nanuet, New York, at Waldorf Dermatology & Laser Associates, and at Mount Sinai Hospital. Being involved as a lead clinical investigator with new products that may enable better patient results, and possibly even change and influence how certain procedures are performed, is an exciting part of any doctor's career. Listen to the Aesthetic Insider radio for a special glimpse into how Dr. Waldorf combines running a successful practice with important clinical investigation. To learn more call 845-623-7077 or 212-241-0472.
Having been in the recruiting field for as long as he has, he has owned agencies and worked for agencies.
On this show, Jeff speaks about the importance of taking one on the chin for your clients
Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter has been a professional recruiter for more than 40 years. The American Headhunter podcast is one in which he will talk about his career as a recruiter, challenges he faces, his experience as an agency owner and much more.
In addition to his work as a recruiter, Jeff creates content for job hunters, HR professionals, small business owners, hiring managers and now recruiters to help you do your job better.
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