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Selma was an unforgettable event in our lives, whether we knew someone that was there, or just remembering, like the President did last week with Congressman John Lewis. There are a lot of things that have happened in our country that were mind boggling, and baffling. All the killing. Can't say any was not needed, I can't be the judge, but Aaron Anderson is back on the scene, Lambert Davis and Saphyr Blue have a little tete-la-tete, (I hope that's how you say it) and the show is a reBroadcast from last week. It was very interesting, and for those of you who missed it, well here's your chance to check it out - THE COOL CRITICS, baby. We Are On!
The value of surprise in your life and for your dog! Visit www.surpriseindustries.com for more information. Below is a just a little bit of content from the site.
Surprise intensifies our emotions by about 400% (making special occasions even specialer)
Our happiest memories contain an element of surprise
Surprise deepens and brightens our relationships
We feel most comfortable when things are certain, but we feel most alive when they’re not
Get your hands on our book (due out in 2015): http://smile.amazon.com/dp/0399169822
Watch Tania’s TED talk on how small surprises taught her to be grateful: http://go.ted.com/u77
LIsten to today's conversation with Julie Forbes and Tania Luna about how surprise can benefit you and your dog.
Find all episodes of The Dog Show with Julie Forbes archived on www.dogradioshow.com.
Check out the Offseason discussion of the NY Football Giants with the Bleed Blue Show platform with hosts and stakeholders to have open dialogue with this season in review, off season moves to be had and ways to improve the team from the fan perspective. This episode will touch on the NFL Combine and more emphasis with Free Agency. Off season personnel moves, changes in schemes, free agency, draft, roster adjustments, and transactions as a whole - what are you expecting as a NY Giants fans between now and the NFL Draft. There will be a lot of offseason discussion to be had and can be found right here on the Giants Round Table. Tune into the BleedBlueShow.
Lots going on in today's episode of The Dog Show with Julie Forbes!
First a recap of the Seattle Kennel Club Dog Show which was last weekend. A miniature pig performed in a dog obedience demo, and everyone was a-buzz about Temple Grandin. (If you missed Temple Grandin on The Dog Show with Julie Forbes, just go to our website "Pawdcasts" page and you can listen from your computer. Or download for free from iTunes - it was episode #314! Next I talk with Katrina Boldry of Bold Lead Designs - the BEST dog leashes and service dog equipement you can find! www.boldleaddesigns.com and we finish the show talking with Pawzii - a software platform for animal shelters and local municipalities to manage their pet licensing programs online. Founded right here in dog-crazy Seattle! Today's show is jam-packed. Enjoy!
The Blue & Orange Nation Talking Mets podcast returns as hosts Vinnie and Mike talk about how the Mets played over the first two weeks of the season, covering all the highs, lows, the absurd controversies, and all things Mets. Vinnie and Mike will be joined by special guest Stephen Keane, blogger and podcaster from the Eddie Kranepool Society, as well as sports talk radio favorite Artie from Brooklyn.
Munch-Dog’s interest in music began as a young man growing up in St. Mary’s County, Maryland, when he heard two prominent hip hop stars-- “2pac” and “Scarface.” Their gifts, talents, and passion were expressed in a real way that could be related to, understood, and felt deeply by audiences of varied status, culture, and ethnicity.
With this inspiration, in 1993, he started freestyling. He would spend time practicing in his bedroom alone, and with his
group of friends. They quickly became some of the best freestylist in their area.
In 2000, Munch-Dog, Izy-O and two other members decided to form the rap click and record label “K.O.A.” (Knowing Our Aim). They made three mixed tapes and a compilation album. With the help of producers, “JT” and “Stretch” they became known for their lyrical ability and music beats. Performing all over the DMV with fellow KOA member “Relentlezz Dre” they became known for their stage presence and ability to draw a crowd.
In 2008, Munch-Dog embarked upon his solo career. He has accomplished the following:
• Recorded and released on iTunes, his first solo album, “Finally Here”
• Has opened up for artists such as: David Banner, Knowledge (from the Grammy award winning group, “Diggable Planets”), and more
• Recorded his
first music video-- “Baby Let me Know,” with the three time, DMV award winning, Skinny
Munch-Dog's New Mixtape "Nobody's Safe...Vol 1" is dropping this spring. with the 2 lead singles "Beat The Block" & "Everything"
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