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RFA 16 takes place at Friday, July 25th at the 1STBANK Center in Broomfield, Co., and will be televised live on AXS TV at 10 pm EST / 7PM PST. The card will be headlined by a heavyweight fighters Jan "Janimal" Joregensen and Josh Copeland for the promotions inaugurial heavyweight title. Also on the card is a bantamweight title-eliminator bout between Jarred Mercado and Jake Klemme and a featured welterweight bout with Chris "Stump" Heatherly vs. Josh "Superman" Cavan.
Jorgensen (7-0(1-NC)) is regarded by some as one of the best heavyweight prospects no already in the UFC. He was a defensive end at BYU from 2006-2009, and has competed in MMA professionaly since 2011. Cavan (9-3) will also be making his promotional debut is and is currently riding a four-fight win streak.
On tonight's episode of Some Kind of Radio Show we will be talking all about todays top headlines and also give our take on them as well.
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It's not every day I have a smart, sassy blonde on the show, and this one is by far, my favorite. Ginger Marcinkowski is not only a genius of the written word -- she matches it with her passion to reach others. Her debut novel Run, River Currents amazed audiences with its honest truth and message of compassion. Her latest book The Button Legacy: Emily's Inheritance continues that focus. From laughter to tenderness, this episode has it all!
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Carolyn Yeager and Ray Goodwin read and comment on the Dec. 14-30, 1941 dinner table monologues by the German Leader, as taken down in shorthand by trusted aide, attorney Heinrich Heim. Some highlights of this episode:
Hitler tells stories about Karl Lueger and Georg von Schoenerer of Vienna, plus other mayors of German cities;
The difficulty of building an art collection when Jews are dishonest dealers -- finding the Bordone Venus;
More on how cooked food causes disease, and the achievements of the Party men;
Hitler defends Julius Streicher, who has been removed as Gauleiter of Nuremberg - says Dietrich Eckart had also thought men like Streicher were necessary;
Hitler treats his political opponents well;
Ruhr industrial district -- the need for increased production of coal and iron;
Some thoughts on the Japanese.
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Ladies and Gentlemen, it's Friday night, and you know what that means, another amazing episode of the 16Bit Assasins podcast, on this episode we find out if Toaster survived his drive to Florida, and we check in with Dunny who has been left to his own devices in Massachusetts, Also on episode 90 we talk about Blizzard's epic reveal of a....launch date, also the 16Bit Assassins come to grips with Casey Hudson leaving Bioware, Hideo Kojima, and Guillermo Del Toro, reveal a new Silent HIll, Microsoft tries to fight back against PS4's 10 million units sold, Ubisoft reveals micro transactions for Unity all this and the usual Star Wars/comic book references, and more, all on episode 90, Stuck with a dog that hates me.
This week we are hosting a debate on the subject of No-Kill vs Pro-Kill in regards to Sasquatch. We all know that before any conservation can begin, before any studies on them can start, Sasquatch needs to be scientifically acknowledged first. So does a specimen need to be culled in order for the species to be scientifically accepted?
On the pro side of the debate our guests will be Brian Brown and Cliff Griffin of NAWAC or the North American Wood Ape Conservancy. NAWAC is well known for their research location dubbed Area X and the somewhat controversial manner in which they plan to acquire a type specimen for scientific acceptance and subsequent conservation. Brian Brown is an outdoorsman, naturalist, and researcher. He is also the creator of two renowned Bigfoot podcasts, The Bigfoot Show and the Bigfoot Information Project. Cliff Griffin is an outdoorsman, naturalist, and in the medical industry.
On the no-kill side of the debate our guests will be Corey J. Alarie and Jason Aiken. Corey has been an experienced outdoorsman for 30 years and a Sasquatch researcher for 10 years as both a member of NESRA (Northeast Sasquatch Research Association) and AIBR (Alliance of Independent Bigfoot Research). Jason is a lifelong wildlife enthusiast and an independent Sasquatch researcher.
Our goal is to present a civil and structured debate where the most relevant, logical, and intelligent points can be made by both advocacies. We want the listeners to be able to listen to thoughtful and educated points from both sides and be able to contemplate the issues in a reasonable manner. We welcome all participation so if you want to propose questions please feel free to PM us on Facebook, ask questions in the chat room, or call in after the 1st hour to present your questions. The phone number is (646) 652-2569.
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Ladies and Gentelmen have we got a show for you this evening, We know it's Sunday but hey, when Commander Shepard wants to do a show on a Sunday you do a show on a Sunday, that's right kids, the voice behind Shepard himself from Mass Effect, Mark Meer will be joing the 16Bit Assassins for an evening of discussion and talk. Also on this episode we talk about the Kickstarter for the VR control glove, compatiable with Occulus Rift, Do figher's really need to be 60 dollars? 16Bit Assassins E3 expectations, Joker to be in Dawn of Justice? Is arrow getting nightwing? All this, and Mark Meer, on episode 84, But what if I want to use the hottub.
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Okay, okay it's been almost a month, you aren't the only one that felt it, Dunny had withdrawal symptoms, I think Toaster started twitching, but ladies and gents we are back and on episode 81 we have some fun stuff to talk about, Ray360 is back with their newest educational piece,a magazine called Gamer Girls, and it obviously must be about educating the gaming world about the women in gaming, and definitely not sexualizing any of their interviewees in anyway. Microsoft goes Kinectless, So much Halo, Bioware publishes most popular names for Mass Effect, E3's list of games to be revealed is looking impressive, Blizzard confirms Diablo 3 on Xbox one with some goodies, Unedited Star Wars release? Gender swapping in games? Batfleck? All this and more on episode 81..That's no moon.
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Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome back for another episode of the 16Bit Assassins, and have got a great show tonight. On this episode we talk about Wolfenstein's hillairous Steam reviews, why SWATting is still a bad idea, TakeTwo interactive has some good news for Bioshock and Red Dead Fans, Toaster buts heads with Kotaku, We find out Telltale has next gen plans for The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among us, someone over at USC figured out the Kinect can help babies, Blizzard links Battlenet to consoles, Edgar Wright out as Ant-Man Director, Ray360 defends his Gamer Girls magazine to VentureBeat, Toaster talks some Watchdogs. Big Lebowski Pinball, Marvel spiting Fox, Clippers get sold, and Levar Burton Kickstarter rekindles the 16Bit Assassins' faith in humanity, all this and more on Episode 83: Listen...do you smell something?
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