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Hi i'm Gerry and i will be your host. I do this for all like minded conservatives who would like they're voices heard over the roar of big government and failed policies. We can speak about all things political and the direction of this country. i do this for my country because i am as fustrated as everyone else. I care deeply about this country an it's welfare an future....The question is.......DO YOU???????
Please call in and give your opinions and advice.
It's only a 30 minute show so please be direct and to the point
I look foward to hearing from you all
in Self Help
Fantastic Frank interviews Gerry Giovinco. Gerry is the former founder and publisher of Comico the Comic Company. He is the creator/writer/artist of Slaughterman. Gerry is the current publisher of CO2 comics (www.co2comics.com). In addition, Gerry is a professional variety arts entertainer best known as Captain Visual (www.captainvisual.com). At Comico he marketed characters like Gredel, Mage, Elementals, etc.
in Self Help
Fantastic Frank continues his interview with Gerry Giovinco. Gerry is the former founder and publisher of Comico the Comic Company. He is the creator/writer/artist of Slaughterman. Gerry is the current publisher of CO2 comics (www.co2comics.com). In addition, Gerry is a professional variety arts entertainer best known as Captain Visual (www.captainvisual.com). At Comico he marketed characters like Gredel, Mage, Elementals, etc. I did not get the chance to finish my interview with him last week, and he has graciously agreed to return.
Vanity Metrics is the discussion topic this evening. Join host Gettysburg Gerry and co host Brooke Ballard as they discuss the pros and cons, yeah's and nay's of Vanity Metrics. Many social media professionals preach that folowers, likes and friends are not valid indicators of social engagement, yet how many look at those very same metrics when deciding to work with a particular company, or even to follow back.
We have some quotes from the SteamFeed authors to add to the discussion. You can can call in and join the discussion at (424) 258-9297, join the chat room, or follow the hashtag #SteamFeedRadio.
(Start - 1:45) FA Cup upsets!
(1:45 - 23:30) USMNT vs Chile preview (including very specific predictions).
(23:20 - 31:20) Sebastian Giovinco to Toronto FC and Martin Odegaard to Real Madrid.
(31:20 - 49:30) Listener questions, including set plays, culture shock in Major League Soccer, supporting smaller teams, and did Clint Dempsey fail in the Premier League?
(49:30 - 53:11) Weird soccer traditions and superstitions.
(53:15 - end) Listener donations.
Send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org, support the show at http://totalsoccershow.com/support or buy a tee at http://totalsoccershow.com/shop
Guns, rifles, and other firearms have been an important part of American culture and history, long before there was a United States of America. It is no surprise that when the founding fathers wrote the U.S. Constitution, right after free speech, a free and independent press, and the right of free association, the right to own and bear personal firearms was right at the top of the list of American citizen rights. Sadly, not all Americans have embraced this right lawfully, or with a sense of community. These are the individuals we know as "Outlaws."
Over the centuries, Americans have frequently idealized and romanticized outlaws both in legend and written history. In the old American West, they had names like "Billy the Kid," "the James Gang," and Wyatt Earp. During the interwar period and Great Depression of the 20th century, outlaws took on a "Robin Hood" mystique which along with weak state and federal firearms laws and law enforcement, allow them to roam the countryside taking what they wanted. And through it all, from the 19th century today, they all had one common thing linking them: Guns.
To learn more about American outlaws and the guns that made them both famous and notorious, join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham for Military Monday at 1 p.m. EST. His guests today will be the noted Zenith Press (@Zenith_Press) husband-and-wife writing team, Gerry and Janet Souter. They will be discussing their new book GUNS OF OUTLAWS, which chronicles the famous firearms of American outlaws over the past several centuries. In addition to the more famous outlaws and gains most people are familiar with, Gerry and Janet will talk about some of the lesser-known criminals and gunfighters over the years.
Big Ten Network Analyst Gerry Dinardo speaks with host Joe Lisi (former ABC Sports college football researcher) and co-host Corey Allen (former Georgia Bulldogs WR) about the upcoming college football playoff. Coach Dinardo who previously coached at Vanderbilt, LSU and Indiana.
Joe and Corey also discuss the Big 10 and some of the bowl match ups within the conference.
First DITCOW podcast of 2015! We'll cover Ohio State's utterly dominant performance against Oregon in the College Football Playoff Championship Game. Plus, Lou and Gerry join us to talk College Football, the NFL's Divisional Round in review, including Dallas' near miss at the Packers, then a look to the Conference Title games: Packers/Seahawks, and Colts/Patriots. In Hour 1, we'll re-join our good friend Kevin on the Cape for our first "Random Questions" of 2015. Any New Year's Resolutions? Tune in and see!
We have been talking to some of the brightest talent in the state and the country over the last two weeks – It has been amazing! Recently we got to attend the inaugural Fail Fest 2014 event. The event was put together by John Wechsler and his team at Launch Fishers on Wednesday, November 19.
They invited us to interview all of the speakers after their presentation and we got to meet and interview a lot of great business leaders! We’ll air our interviews from the event over the next few weeks, so be on the look out!
For our first show at the event, we have Quinn Buckner, from the Indiana Pacers, Gerry Dick, from Inside INdiana Business, Scott Hill from PERQ, Scott Fadness, soon to be mayor of Fishers, and Tiffany Sauder, President of Element Three – All these today on the EDGE!
This week on Edge of the Web Radio, sponsored by the Marketing Technology Blog, discusses the latest marketing technology on the web. We frequently have leading marketers and the founders of marketing technology companies that we discuss these platforms with. Every week we provide guidance to marketing professionals - whether you're running your own company or you're a CMO at an international corporation - we always have information that you can use to increase the performance of your online marketing.
Our community enjoys a robust circle of souls! We span all demographics, continents, ages, abilities and creeds including Wicca, witchcraft, and related male mysteries.
How often do you have the chance to meet an out, gay, witch?
Now's your chance! Meet Casey Giovinco.
In the next 30 minutes, we'll shine some light on a community often shrowded in mystery. After the show, click to connect with Casey to learn more about his teaching, events and upcoming workshops.
To be on this show, click to connect with Soul, the host of Gay Soul Talk.
Due to a last-minute guest cancellation, today's edition of Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday today at 1 PM EST on the Writestream Radio Netwok (@Writestream)) will be a replay of last week's highly enjoyable show about the firearms of American outlaws/gangsters with Zenith Press (@Zenith_Press) authors Gerry and Janet Souter. And we hope you will join us next week for our next live show at 1 p.m. Eastern.
James Gordon, reassigned to guard duty at Arkham Asylum, investigates attacks on prisoners with the help of Dr. Leslie Thompkins (Morena Baccarin). Selina Kyle finds a sick Ivy Pepper and takes her to Gordon's penthouse to recuperate. Meanwhile, Mooney discusses her plan to overthrow Don Falcone with Falcone family underboss Jimmy Saviano who was angered by Falcone's tribute raise. However, Saviano disagrees with Mooney's plan to become the de facto head of the family as he is next in the line of succession. Gordon asks Harvey Bullock for help with his investigation and Bullock interrogates Arkham's Director Dr. Gerry Lang (Isiah Whitlock, Jr.). Oswald Cobblepot and an unnamed accomplice are arrested by the police for trying to buy the loyalty of some dock workers on Sal Maroni's payroll.