• 00:24

    Chris Jacobs On Everest Jump Live 2014

    in Entertainment

    In a few weeks Chris Jacobs will be coming to the world live from base camp on Mt. Everest along with Kyle Martino. They will be documenting Joby Ogwyn flight into the abyss as he attempts a jump off the summit of Mt. Everest wearing only his wing suit. But before he treks to the end of the earth Chris stops by CIM to talk about risk, adventure, doing what you love and  his upcoming correspondence, Everest Jump Live to us by Discovery Channel.


    Kyle Martino and Chris Jacobs will give LIVE on-the-ground updates from Everest.  Kyle/Chris leave next week to begin the climb up Mt. Everest.  It takes 6 weeks alone just to acclimate! 


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    The world is about to witness one of the greatest human feats ever captured on television - when California resident Joby Ogwyn attempts the first wing suit flight off the summit of Mount Everest.

  • 00:30

    Trekking and Climbing Mt. Everest

    in Entertainment

    Jeff Reynolds is one of the world's top climbers having summited six of the seven summits.  He will discuss climbing and trekking to Mt. Everest and his work with S2 Mountaineering.  If you ever dreamed of climbing or trekking to Mt. Everest - this is the show to listen to!

  • 00:31

    Mt. Everest: One step at a time

    in Hobbies

    Dreams do come true. On May24th 2004 between 9-9:45 AM, 33 year old Mary Mills Halpin summit the highest mountain on Earth; Mt. Everest.  A native of Bowling Green, Kentucky, Mills became the first Kentuckian, to summit Mt. Everest.  She became the 99th woman in the world to summit ad the first woman to summit with the Alpin Ascents International.  In addition, she raised money for Girls INC. of Bowling Green, Kentucky through "No Dream is Too High".

  • 01:11

    Blind Descent with Brian Dickinson

    in Self Help

    Get ready for an inspiring story of faith and determination! Coach Cafe welcomes Brian Dickinson, author of Blind Descent: Surving Alone and Blind on Mount Everest.  Roughly 1,000 feet from the summit of Mount Everest – also known as “the death zone”--Brian's Sherpa guide was forced to turn back after falling ill.  Brian had to decide whether to push forward alone to the summit of Mt. Everest or turn back.


    After carefully weighing his options, Dickinson decided to continue up alone. Just four hours later, Dickinson solo summited the highest peak in the world.  As Brian prepared to descend back down the mountain's 29,035 feet, his vision suddenly became blurry, his eyes started to burn, and within seconds he was rendered almost completely blind.  


    Alone at the top of the world, low on oxygen, and stricken with snow blindness Brian was forced to inch his way back down the mountain relying only on his Navy survival training, his gut instinct, and most importantly, his faith. 


    Tune in to hear Brian's gripping story and how it has impacted his life, faith and what he has to share about empowerment and overcoming challenging situations in life. 


    Find out how more and how to get his book: www.briandickinson.net


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    Estra: www.AmericasLifePurposeCoach.com


    Kathleen: www.KathleenMartinCoaching.com

  • 00:30

    The First American Woman to Summit Everest

    in Women

    We will talk to world-class adventurer Stacy Allison who is the first American Woman to reach the summit of Mt. Everest.  She is the author of Beyond the Limits and a motivational speaker.  She tells a remarkable and inspirational story of how she changed her life and then achieved a ground-breaking goal. This is the story of courage and commitment!

  • 01:30

    Everest: From Shelter to CGC to Reading Companion

    in News

    Attorney Fred Kray and the PBLNR crew will discuss with Carol Whitt, Everest, the Pit bull that went from the shelter to obtain his CGC and become a reading companion. The Crew will discuss the latest Pit Bull news and take listener calls. Regular show episodes include:
    Recap of last week's show Weekly news update BSL updates with Kris Diaz from StopBSL Dog bites with Jim Crosby Facebook favorites with Amy Conrad Twitter T-Shirt giveway Photo caption contest for archive listeners Don't miss our newly designed network website PBLNN.com where you can see all the latest updates from Pit Bulletin Legal News, Pit Bulletin Legal News Radio, StopBSL, K.C. Dog Blog, Canine Aggression with Jim Crosby, the Doglawreporter, Beyond Breed and Dangerous Dog Law. New content every day. Bookmark it!
     

  • 02:58

    Racism - Theory of Liberalism - Obama peace prize

    in Politics

    HR1  Eating 3 meals a day is racist? Yet another example of watering down the true meaning of racism.


    Evan Sayet stops by to talk about his Heritage Foundation speech 8 years ago that's still making waves. In what he calls his Unified Field Theory of Liberalism, he says modern liberalism has NO values!


    Netanyahu's speech and why American Jews vote the way they do. Modern liberalism is the antithesis of Judiasm. Voting Jews see 2 parties: 1, the party of NO values and 2, the party of Christians.


    HR2  Nepal official says human waste on Mt. Everest is a major health and environmental problem affecting the pristine nature at the world's highest peak


    Students at the University of California Irvine vote to remove the American Flag because it's offensive. Maybe they should move to a different country.


    Xander Gibb stops in for a chat tonight - a little Xandermonium. It'll be a lively discussion, to be sure! Talking LGBT alphabet soup and redefining common words, a lack of leadership in the White House, and cavorting with the enemies of our allies. Regardless of our political affiliations, we're Americans first!


    HR3  US approves manure as acceptable to feed seafood that will be used for human consumption. EWWW!


    Did Vice President Joe Biden just enter the Betty Ford Clinic?


    Does Nevada need a bill to allow children to pray at any time & place in school? Think it through before you answer...


    Police officer man-handling an 80 year old woman bringing cupcakes to her grandchildren in school.


    1st time a Nobel Peace Prize Chairman has ever been removed after controversy surrounding 3 out of 6 prize winners (including President Obama!)

  • 00:34

    Interop Preview: An Interview with Steve Wylie of Everest Group

    in Technology

    An Interop Preview interview on cloud computing technology and practice with Steve Wylies, consultant with Everest Group.

  • 00:29

    Gems Of Wisdom-Purple Songs Can Fly

    in Spirituality

    Welcome to Gems of  Wisdom Radio  with Teresa Maron and Lauren Santerre!


    Join Teresa Maron and co-host Lauren Santerre for the stories of Brigid’s Place, as God transforms the hearts, minds, and lives of women today. 


    Our Guest today is Anita Kruse, with Purple Songs Can Fly. Anita and her award winning staff are every day angels using music as their ministry.


    Their Mission is:


    Positively affecting the lives of pediatric cancer patients and their families through the writing, recording and sharing of their original songs. 


    She fulfills this mission statement for in-patient and out-patient children, at her recording studio at Texas Children's Cancer and Hematology Centers.


    And, the songs of Anita's childrens ministry really Do fly! The signature purple CD's of the children's songs  have been on two space shuttles, to the top of Mount Everest, on an underwater adventure and on tour with the Rolling Stones. The children have sung on television with Olivia Newton-John, been accompanied by the Houston Symphony and featured at Carnegie Hall.


    These stories celebrate Creative and Abundant Living in all religions, communities and forms of spirituality.


    Expert Guests, sharing Spirituality, Tune IN! Wednesdays at 2:00pm CST


    Contact the hosts Gems Of Wisdom


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  • 03:02
  • 01:00

    Marine Staff Sergeant Thomas Charles Linville (Retired) - Climbing Mt. Everest

    in Spirituality

    Marine Staff Sergeant Thomas Charles Linville (Charlie) enlisted in the Marine Corps 2006, and shortly hereafter married his high school sweetheart Mandi. They have two daughters.


    Charlie's served multiple tours in both Iraq and Afganistan. It was in the latter, while serving as an Ordinance Disposal Technician - he and his team rendered safe multiple IED’s, disposed of explosives both “homemade” and conventional ammunition - that Charlie was struck by a tertiary device. The explosion inflicted multiple injuries on him, some visible others not. He suffered fractures to his right foot which resulted in an inevitable amputation below the knee. In addition, Charlie suffered the amputations of his right ring and middle fingers. In addition, the blast caused a severe spinal injury at the L4, L5 and S1, which caused radiculopathy in his left leg impairing his mobility, and moderate traumatic brain injury (TBI).


    Charlie’s injuries have impaired him but he is determined to return to full functionality. Despite his injuries and debilitating pain, he has volunteered his time with the Armed Services YMCA building houses with Habitat for Humanity and volunteering with Feed America. He has also volunteered with Lives of Promise and Semper Fi Fund. He is an advocate for other wounded warriors, a spokesperson for many of the non-profits that supported him during healing, and an inspiring community leader. He is medically retired from active duty as an EOD Tech and has turned his focus on regaining function in his back as well as improved mobility. Currently he is training rigorously to climb Mount Everest in the spring of 2014. Following his successful summit, Charlie plans to attend Boise State University through the Wyakin Warrior Foundation. He will seek a degree in Engineering. 

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