SORT BY Relevancy
Join us as we discuss ABC's Extreme Weight Loss with Extreme Weight Loss contestant Brandi Mallory. Follow The Conversation on Twitter @your15minradio.
IMMEDIATELY following WWE Extreme Rules, Ryan will be reviewing and recapping the show!
Kane vs. Daniel Bryan - Extreme Rules match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship
John Cena vs. Bray Wyatt - Steel Cage match
The Shield vs. Evolution
Plus, a bit of an extension of the 75 Years of Batman show from this past Thursday and MORE!
Go to RyansDrunk.com for more information.
SUPPORT THE SHOW!
Check out Ryan's eBook, The Drunken Diaries - Someone's Drunken Ramblings You Don't Want to Read for ONLY $2.99!
Get your Weiner/Holder 2016 t-shirts and MORE!
WANT TO ADVERTISE ON THE DRUNKEN RADIO SHOW?
Click here to find out more! Packages start at ONLY $5 a MONTH!
What happens when the greatest unkept secret in professional wrestling today speaks his mind and shoots the shit on live air? Find out...BECUASE THIS IS..THE EXTREME ANGLE! The first original wrestling talk show since 2005! Now making it's debut onto Blogtalk Radio!
Last night, OmegaSquad and I broke down WWE RAW from April 28. We discussed the Bray Wyatt/John Cena angle that included a children’s chorus singing “He’s Got The Whole World in His Hands”, thoughts on Titus O’Neil, the Rhodes brothers, Alberto Del Rio, Kane coming through the ring (again), Rob Van Dam, and finally…Ric Flair’s bizarre promo where he wound up endorsing The Shield.
We also discussed the Extreme Rules special event coming to the WWE Network and PPV on May 4.
WWE World Heavyweight Championship Extreme Rules Match
Daniel Bryan (c) vs. Kane
WWE Intercontinental Championship Match
Big E (c) vs. Wade Barrett
WWE Divas Championship
Paige (c) vs. Tamina Snuka
John Cena vs. Bray Wyatt inside a Steel Cage
The Shield vs. Evolution
R-Truth and Xavier Woods vs. Alexander Rusev
Jack Swagger vs. Cesaro vs. Rob Van Dam in a Triple Threat Elimination Match
Connecting people to wildlife in a positive way through knowledge and understanding, the Hope for Wildlife Society believes that education through rehabilitation is key to a sustainable future.
The mission of the Hope for Wildlife Society comprises three important goals:
1. Rehabilitation and release into the wild of injured and orphaned wildlife
Since 1997, the Hope for Wildlife Society has helped over 20,000 injured and orphaned wild animals representing over 250 species. Animals admitted to the Hope for Wildlife Society receive medical care, food, shelter, and whatever else is needed to ensure a successful return to the wild.
2. Education of our children and the general public regarding the importance of conservation of various wildlife species and the ecosystems that sustain them.
Whether it is answer one of 10,000 annual calls to the wildlife helpline, speaking to a group of children in the classroom or educating visitors about the wildlife and habitats of Nova Scotia, education plays a key role in the Society's work. Check out the Visit HFW link for more information.
3. Research to develop the knowledge and understanding necessary for conservation and management of wildlife resources in a complex and continually changing biological, social and political environment.
Wildlife rehabilitation is an important conservation tool which allows for the collection of various data from animals admitted to the centre. This data can provide valuable insight into the health of local populations. The animals themselves also offer opportunities to research and learn about the care and protection of various species.
Chester and Terri talk hogs with wildlife researcher and hog hunter Jeff Stewart.
Join Host Live Chats
There are no live chats in progress