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Renegade U.S. History: Drunks, Hookers, Lazy Workers & Slaves
Note: This show is also a prerequiste to the next and hopefully, the last show on this topic in response to my leaving Renegade, Part 2 of: Reasons / Responses / The Dirty Laundry - (Renegade Broadcasting) / Commentary. This will be fully understood when listening to that show. Those of you who see through Jason (not Lugh) or witnessed my chat exchange with this idiot allowed to broadcast over there, will fully understand already. LOL!
Jason, like what the Taliban did to Buddhist rock carvings, would have this classified as and defaced:
The speakers is obviously a leftist, however, he makes some very interesting points & points out many historical facts.
Drunk Time travel with DDIJ as we discuss the most famous drunks in History and our predictions for Drinking in the future! Also joining us will be Melovino Meadery the first and only Meadery in New Jersey!! Steve from Eldorado Winhouse joins us with "Booze News" and much more!! Tune in and Drink On!
join us for 2 hours of me thinking outloud.
featuring special guests and news updates from the Portland Intelligencer
do not going into your weekend without knowing what is going on around you.
FRIDAY AT NOON ON FIGHT CHURCH RADIO:
-I'm trying to buy the Coliseum, plus I have a bridge for sale.
-the measure to label GMOs has slid into home in a cloud of dust.
safe? out? we'll chat about it. as well as what's next.
-shenanigans on that video of the old ladies smoking pot. if they would have smoked some Cannatonic from Gonzo Farms one of them would have called 911.
-guess what? not all drunks are alcoholics. just plain ol drunks!!
-the Raiders won! but they are still 4 wins away from everybody peeing on my head.
-the deeper story about the elderly Floridian who keeps getting arrested for feeding the homeless. apparently he doesn't wash his hands.
-why did Occupy fail? because it was friggin cold.
-does a homeless person in new shoes deserve the same level of compassion as a dirty homeless person?
-Anonymous hacked all the KKK addresses, why are all of them msn, hotmail and AOL? afraid of change much?
as always our smoke good is brought to you by Gonzo Farms.
WELCOME TO THE THURSDAY AFTERNOON SPECULATION SPORTS SHOW...LET'S TALK ABOUT SPORTS..NFL "next felon up"..NBA.."next punk up"..MLB "next feable old man up"..NHL.."next drunk up please"...COLLEGE FOOTBALL..'pimps and prostitutes"...hell yes..14 DAYS UNTILL THE NFL STARTS...LET'S TALK SPORTS..how much is your team worth?..SO CLIPPERS ARE SOLD...and he won't move the team?..yea right..BASEBALL NEWS...could it be a midwest championship..WE SHALL SEE...any hockey news..has the killers..TONY STEWART..said anything yet..HE IS A KILLER BITCH PLEASE..WHO WILL BE THE IMBEICLE THE SHOW?...tweet the show...enjoy the show sports fan
The War of Ideals, Religion, and blood on Prophecy Headline News at Noon
The War of Ideals, Religion, and blood on Prophecy Headline News at Noon. Years ago while in bible collage I started a nonprofit Evangelistic association. It came on the heels of our working the streets testifying to our faith and then beginning a coffee house ministry aimed at the youth. The locals were upset with us as the area was traditional Lutherans and others. They could not understand why we came to their town. But, the youth who came, gave their heart to the Lord and followed him in all earnest of faith. On Saturday nights the local bars and organizations would swell with the ranks of the religious, among them the deacons. On Sunday morning these same drunks and drinkers would swell the pews of the local churches.
They had faith alright, but it was one in opposition to ours. We were on the streets, believed in the saving of the soul. We believed that the experience of Christianity was the greatest event, but even more so is the Lord of the Christian. It was not shallow faith, but deep rooted faith that met all opposition. It was on fire, challenging, and persistent. It was that dynamic, faith of young people like us that moved in the call of God. In that calling, the Lord was faithful and young people got saved...read more by going to our original posts on our websites or listen to show
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Thats right Folks!!!! This weeks episode is one for the books. Ritchie Holmes has challenged BEEFY aka Chef Clemenza to a MEATBALL THROWDOWN. Ritchie will be visiting the studio with what he thinks are the Best Meatballs in town. Clem has many doubts about that. They will battle it out right here in Staten Island. WHO HAS THE BEST BALLS?
About 8 judges will make the decision. We got none other than The Culinary Renegade himself putting balls in his mouth as well as Chefs Barret Beyer, Dan Ryan and Frank Bilotti from Hells Kitchen and from CHOPPED we got Chefs Eddie Canlon, John Sierp and Sean Quinn. It doesnt stop there. We will have Home Brewmaster Doug Williams washing down some balls of meat with some great home brews and Foodie and regular sit in guest on Chewing The Fat, the incredible CUZ Kris Sjolander.
The Curvacious Cook will be chiming in also
Who will prevail as THE KING OF THE BALLS? Tune in to find out.
Also we will be welcoming Chef Francis from MasterChef. I hope he will join in on the Meatball Theme.
Call in 347-215-7771
WELCOME TO THE SPECULATION SATURDAY NIGHT SPORTS SHOW....THE NEWS THAT LEBRON JAMES IS GOING BACK 2 THE COCKROACHS..IS THE RIVER ON FIRE AGAIN..WHY SHOULD I CARE ABOUT PUNKS PLAYING PUMPKIN BALL..IF HE WANTED TO WIN..HE WOULD STAY WITH THE HOODLUMS..IT'S ALL ABOUT THE MONEY THE WITH THE KING...DRAMA QUEEN...WORLD CUP SOCCER...AGAIN...USA IS OUT..NOW WE DON'T CARE..SOMEONE MUST WIN..IT IS NOT FOOTBALL..SOCCER...OR AKA "SISSY BALL" BITCHS...THE BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME IS IN TOWN..AGAIN WHY SHOULD I CARE ABOUT DRUNKS AND DRUG ADDICTS..PAINT DRYING IS 2 SLOW..CALL WHEN THEY ARE DOWN TO 4 TEAMS...BITCH PLEASE..NFL NEWS..NASCAR..SHOULD I CARE...WHO WILL BE THE IMBEICLE OF THE SHOW..RUGBURN IS IN THE TREEHOUSE...AND AWAY WE GO
Stereotypes are an interesting part of social psychology. We use this aspect of information gathering to make assumptions and conclusions about the world and the people who move around us. These supposed opinions are not always correct versions of reality. Yet, they persist.
As such, we tend to want to group people according to these stereotypes.
One such stereotype that persists is the one about hillbillies. According to comedians, popular culture, TV, and movies, hillbillies bring a definite image to mind. Drunks, dusty clothes, illiterate, uneducated, uncouth, and mountain people.
But what is the real truth about 'hillbillies'? What is the truth? Can we separate it from the stereotype or is the stereotype so ingrained, so treasured, that we cannot pull fact from fiction?
Join me as we discuss these issues with author Debbie Richard. You can call in at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or you can download the WLUV radio mobile app today. Any way you can, join us.
The Reasons to Believe #43
Our Reasons to Believe Scripture passage for today is 2 Corinthians 10:5-6. It reads, "Casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ; And having in a readiness to revenge all disobedience, when your obedience is fulfilled."
Our Reasons to Believe quote for today is from Randy Alcorn. He said, "While Western atheists turn from belief in God because a tsunami in another part of the world caused great suffering, many brokenhearted survivors of that same tsunami found faith in God. This is one of the great paradoxes of suffering. Those who don't suffer much think suffering should keep people from God, while many who suffer a great deal turn to God, not from him."
Our Reason to Believe powerpoint today is titled "The Argument from Efficient Causality for the Existence of God" (part 2) from "The Handbook of Christian Apologetics" by Peter Kreeft and Ronald K. Tacelli:
Why do we need an uncaused cause? Why could there not simply be an endless series of things mutually keeping each other in being?
This is an attractive hypothesis. Think of a single drunk. He could probably not stand up alone. But a group of drunks, all of them mutually supporting each other, might stand. They might even make their way along the street. But notice: Given so many drunks, and given the steady ground beneath them, we can understand how their stumblings might cancel each other out, and how the group of them could remain (relatively) upright. We could not understand their remaining upright if the ground did not support them --- if, for example, they were all suspended several feet above it. And of course, if there were no actual drunks, there would be nothing to understand.
It's that time of the year again people!
It's time to celebrate and give thanks for all that we've been blessed with as we made it through another year of sacrifice, hard work and occasional discomfort to reach our goals or just plain old staying afloat!
But with the holidays comes another unexpected and unplanned occurence in the form of our ongoing family drama!
If the truth be told we ALL have those unwanted visits from those who just can't seem to get their act together yet always know that can magically appear to "drop in" on you because they know that they will always have a captive audience from which to perform their yearly crap!
Drunk uncles, freeloading cousins, crackhead sisters and evil gossiping in-laws always add spice to that ever elusive Thanksgiving celebration that always seems to be out of reach because of the peace that never seems to be in your grasp.
This year let us plan to take another huge serving of that almost guaranteed happening that comes just as soon as the turkey comes out of the oven!
Tonight on the LanceScurv show you don't have to grin and bear it, just listen in or call with your tales of drama and let us all have the last laugh and ease up our stresses from the realization that we are not in this dilemma all alone!
This my familt PROMISES to be one very funny and enlightening show!
See you there tonight!
For fifteen seconds a year, Steve Buttleman is the most famous man in America. On the first Saturday of every May, sporting his famous red jacket and tiny black hat, he marches from the white pagoda behind the Churchill Downs Winner's Circle, lifts a polished brass horn to his caramel-colored mustache, and plays "Call to Post." Buttleman's rendition—a brief ditty that signals jockeys to lead their horses into the starting gate—grabs the attention of movie stars in Millionaire's Row, infield drunks, and countless television viewers. It's also the sign for Kentucky Derby fans to clutch their betting slips and start praying.
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