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Patti Gerckens is currently in her 22nd season in charge of the UC San Diego softball program in 2014. The winningest head coach in program history, Gerckens has led the Tritons to three straight NCAA postseason berths, beginning with back-to-back school-record 45-win seasons and appearances in the Division II championship game, the first of which brought UCSD its first softball title in 2011. The Tritons finished as national runners-up in her milestone 20th campaign in 2012. Coach Gerckens Tritons
Do you remember pre-70's when wearing a shirt, tie and occationally a hat was a part of everyday dress for men? Parents didn't have to say "pull up your pants up" or 'turn that cap around". Young boys and young men didn"t have to be told what to wear, they knew exactly what the we're going to wear.
It doesn't even matter WHEN dressing this way stopped. The question is more like why? When did it become CORNY to dressed presentably everyday?
There seems to be a resurgence of young men dressing like our fathers and grandfathers and it is a "good look".
On Wednesday, April 9, 2014 at 8:00pm on DP RADIO XL, we will be discussing how perhaps the new generation of young men can benefit in many ways from dressing more appropriately within society.
It has been over a year since our nation was challenged to answer a question, posed at a vigil after one of the darkest days in recent memory. In a quiet Connecticut town, 26 innocent, most of them young children, had just been killed at school where they should have bee the safest. So the president asked, "Can we honestly say that we are doing enough to keep our children--all of them---safe from harm?
Whatever one's stance is on guns or access to mental health services or police protection at schools, most Americans can agree: We are not keeping all our children safe from harm and not doing nearly enough to protect those who most need our protection.
Even putting aside every policy question raised in the wake of Newtown, that fact haunts our public life. In Texas recently, many of us have shuddered at reports of children mistreated during their time in foster care. News reports about unsafe day care centers, where we couldn't imagine sending our own kids, have brought collective indignation. So have accounts of a Central Texas high school student put in a coma after a school police officer used a stun gun on him.
Do we do enough to keep these children out of danger? Not yet we don't. Let's talk about it.
Tonight on DP RADIO XL @8:00pm
In what might be the first case of its kind, a N.J. judge made history this week by ruling that a woman has the right to ask the biological father of their child to stay out of the delivery room.
Court Judge Sohail Mohammed concluded that pregnant women should have “strong privacy protections that let them decide who can be at their hospital bedside,”
“Any interest a father has before the child’s birth is subordinate to the mother’s interests,” Mohammed wrote. “Even when there is no doubt that a father has shown deep and proper concern and interest in the growth and development of the fetus, the mother is the one who must carry it to term.”
Do you agree with the judge’s decision to give women the right to bar men from the delivery room?
Let's talk about it.
Join Mr. Nobody and Develynique tonight on DP Radio X zt 8pm here on Blogtalkradio.
Discussions on child support and parenthood normally revolve around the fathers who aren’t paying or being a part of their kids lives, but we can’t ignore the unfortunate reality that some men out here get got, plain and simple.
No, I’m not talking about Meek Mill’s definition of being played because he randomly gave the mother of his child cash to take care of some things and still expects to be slapped with a court order for child support on top of it. I’m speaking on women who perhaps know a child isn’t a particular man’s, or at the very least are uncertain of their child’s paternity, yet aren’t upfront about that uncertainty and allow men to raise or provide for their child unaware of those doubts. "Is there a Right Way to demand a Paternity Test?"
Let's continue our conversation from last week on DP RADIO XL on Blogtalk radio Wednesday, March 26 at 8pm.
It's time to really focus on self... Reach for the Goals and Dreams.., “The investments we make in ourselves will always deliver the most profitable returns.” ? Sumner Davenport Let's Talk about it on DP Radio XL Tuesday at 8pm www.DPRadioXL.com
Why can’t we just say I’m SORRY… Is it ready that HARD! And have someone admitting their WRONG is close to an impossible task. You have a better chance getting that person say I LOVE YOU… Wait a minute let me think about that..? We rather tear apart relationships and break up families before admitting fault. Let’s talk about on DP Radio XL Tuesday Feb 4th at 8pm
Finding support within the church is a key element in most people lives. But can this support lead us in wrong decision making. What is the level of faith behind the shared advice? Or should we be asking how well do you know the person giving the solace. So, I ask is Church still a place to go and heal the soul? Let’s talk about it on DP Radio XL Tuesday Jan 21st. at 8pm www.DPRadioXL.com
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