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In this episode, blogger Sacerdotus starts his first installment of a series modeled after his popular "Atheism Dilemma" posts on his blog sacerdotvs.blogspot.com.
In this blog series, he describes the absurdies of atheism and how it creates a dilemma for itself when faced against reason, science, logic and facts. Atheism becomes nothing more than an appeal to ignorance and special pleading. Its claims to logic and reason fall by the wayside.
This radio version of Sacerdotus' blog series expounds a bit more than the posts do and will help theists and atheists alike see the irrationality of atheism and how it is a position that cannot hold water.
Another big name in the draft is Jedeveon Clowney out of South Carolina. He is concerned a freak of a talent, but we kept hearing the term lazy. Still, our football insider Eric Snyder says if the Houston Texans don’t take him, it is a big mistake.
He is Eric Snyder, our Informed Not Inflamed Football Insider. You can hear him on the Power Hour with JT the Brick and Paulie on 920 AM in Las Vegas. He is also writing a book called “Beyond The Shield” an insider’s look at covering the Oakland Raiders. What’s your take on Clowney going number 1?
Stay in formed not inflamed.
On this edition of #theUCshow, Kenny and Eddie discuss Jadeveon Clowney's performance at the NFL Scouting Combine and preach the gospel of Justin Tinsley as his abscence on the show as turned things into shreds.
Run Of Show
7:30 - 7:40 - The Westbrook Blame Game Has Returned
7:40 - 7:50 - We Don't Know What Floyd Is Going To Do Now
7:50 - 8:00 - Clowney and The Combine
8:00 - 8:10 - 50 Years Ago, Cassius Clay shook up the world
8:10 - 8:20 - Cleap plugs (we discuss some of our favorite writers, websites, why, etc).
8:20 - 8:30 - Open
The Sports Fan Journal Network presents, "The Unsportsmanlike Conduct Show" podcast. A one-hour show hosted by TSFJ's contributors as we chat with guests, friends and each other on the ultimate reality television show that is sports the shenanigans that revolves around it.
Unfortunately, Robin Williams has passed away. Now is a good reminder to discuss mental health, debt, alimony and other pressures that are placed upon men. Men are still expected to be a bread winner in a relationship. Woman expect men to support them if they don't want to work(for whatever reason). Let's be real people, these blatently honest topics are not discussed on mainstream radio. Why do people feel pressured to have kids and a marriage; especially since most marriages end up in divorce. Why doesn't society put more pressure on people to have a good education and give back to their comminity? Instead, it seems that society is focused more on just having babies and marriage. Note that this is also will depend on your particular culture.
On Episode 39 of the Mocking the Draft podcast, Dan Kadar and Matthew Fairburn discuss two of the last big pro days, Johnny Manziel and Jadeveon Clowney. They then take a look at what other pro days left are worth paying attention to. To wrap up the show, they take questions from listeners and discuss some news and rumors from around the NFL Draft world.
Jadeveon Clowney shows out at the NFL Combine, but some detractors remain unimpressed. Chicken Hoops, Garnert And Black Attack's redisent basketball expert, joins the podcast to give us the latest on the performance of the South Carolina basketball team. Jorge De Los Gallos also joins the program to help preview the South Carolina vs. Clemson baseball series and the beginning of spring football practice.
Like many change agents, this month’s guest had a unique career path that brought him to that role. Danny Peterson was CEO of a large nonprofit organization. When he retired, he went back to work — this time as the Manager of Global Continuous Improvement within a Fortune 500 company. In this episode, we’ll explore Danny’s experience with influencing change as CEO and how it compared to leading change from the middle of a large company.
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It's high season for the New York City Rental Market. You've found a great apartment at the beginning of the month that is vacant and available immediately, according to the landlord.
But you don't need to move until the first of the following month.
You apply for the apartment and are accepted but the landlord says you have to take the apartment immediately. So you are either effectively paying double rent or at best starting to pay a lot sooner than you wanted to.
What should you do?