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(05/06/09) - Tonight's topics on the GM in Philly Show will highlight one VERY broad topic, followed by a much more introspective one. "What is the basis, surrounding the fight against LGBT people?" a puzzling and enlightening question, followed by a more detailed look at WHO exactly GM in Philly is, and why he has decided to take up a stance in the fight for civil rights.
Tonight's Topics (If we can hit them all):
1. Looking at good players like Ohio State CB Courtney Roby and Wisconsin WR Jared Abbrederis, we will talk about how thin/small players fall on draft boards and get drafted below less athletic players at the same position and why? We will also look at how teams with less accurate QB’s might view a bigger WR like Texas A&M’s Mike Evans.
2. With all the initial hype that there could be more QB's drafted in the first round then there were in 1983, and with Oregon QB Marcus Mariota staying in school and Georgia QB Aaron Murray and LSU QB Zach Mettenberger tearing their ACLs, now we could end up with only one or two. Thoughts????
3. While many believe Minnesota and Houston to making head coach changes and possible GM changes, what do we think should be done by Redskins?
4. Who do we think will win the conference championship games and why? The NFC seems to have two or three teams that could be classified as elite (SF, Seattle and NO even though Seattle blew them out on Monday), we will compare them to teams in the AFC.
5. Also, Mel Kiper said if Florida State QB Jameis Winston were in the 2014 NFL Draft he would without question be the No.1 overall pick. We will talk about how the misperceptions get put out there by the media and why? It is not to say that Winston will not be chosen that high, but if he doesn't people will be talking about how he would have been had he been allowed to be enter the draft this year.
Let's go deeper on a discussion with your very own Lisalove, Marcus-marcus, Wendywen, Maurice Brown and investigate whether men now days try to take on an image they are not and let the woman of today take on the role of the man of the house. Let's figure out why showing your underwear which they call in jail "prison booty" a cool trend. Why are females attracted to the "prison booty" and only have a bycyle and unemployed - and mad at the world such a turn on in today's media. Are these false statments are is their a deep truth. Only on GM RADIO, where questions are answered.
Join an all new cast on a explosive topic this Sunday at 3pm EST. Who's running to get naked first woman or me?. Alot of people may be suprised by the answers for today's topic.
Will the bull make way first, or is the kitty cat one seductive instigator/sex machine.
only on GM RADIO WHERE QUESTIONS ARE ANSWERED !!!
Tonight on the GM Junior Scouting podcast we take a loot at:
The AFC Playoff picture
Chip Kelly and the success of the Eagles
Michigan State vs. Ohio State in the Big 10 Championship Game and whether the winner could hold up against Alabama or Florida State in a Bowl game.
We compare and contrast LB's Max Bullough and Ryan Shazier and CB's Darqueze Dennard and Bradley Roby
A look at the Chicago Bears QB position from a long term perspective.
A look at some players in this rookie class that we liked and disliked, and how they have fared thus far.
Today will be going deeper on how to put away the snake we like to call racism. Can't this evil snake be killed or is it immortal
Follow us on this heated topic on GM RADIO where questions are answered, starring your very own MARCUS-MARCUS, WENDY-WEN AND MAURICE BROWN.
On this paticular episode it will be an epic battle of the sexes.
Are men extremely thirsty,can't keep their pants on, and on constant 24/7 thot patrol?
Are females using "I had too many drinks to remember" as an excuse to cover up a alleged thirst for the magic stick aka mandeenka pipe? Find out only on the GM RADIO!!
Join us Friday 3pm EST.
The most of us want to know, is america great because of racist measures or is conspiracy what keeps America relevant in the media? Are aliens real, bigfoot,will there be an ice age, is this truly global warming, is law enforcement fueled be stereotypes, etc. There's only one radio station in the world that is willing to investigate and go deeper into these topics to challenge these allegations.
Can you handle hard cold statments, bold answers, can you handle the HEAT. ENTER AT YOUR OWN WILL HERE LIVE ON GM RADIO AT 3PM EST.
Sunday January 11, 2015, special guest will be GM Bram Frank.
Bram Frank is a first generation personal student, and disciple of the late Grandmaster Remy Presas, the Father and Founder of Modern Arnis. He was with Professor Presas from 1980 till his untimely demise in 2001. Bram has studied various fighting arts such as Wing Chun, JKD, American Freestyle Karate for over 46 years and has taken the principles from each as they can be applied to Filipino Martial Arts. Bram holds Dan rank in several arts and has been Director of Blunt & Edged weapons training for several federations worldwide. Currently he is Director of Edged Weapons training @ the S2 Law Enforcement-Security Institute. Over the last several years Bram has concentrated on the use of edged weapons / tools as a principle instrument of self defense and its use in Military, Police and Anti Terror applications.
The World Head of Sokeship Grandmaster Council has recently recognized Bram as the First Modern Grandmaster on their council: the Grandmaster of a Tactical –Combative Fighting art: Common Sense: Self Defense- Street Combat and its Tactical application Modular Martial Blade Craft. In December of 2007 Bram was Black Belt Magazines Hall of Fame Weapons Instructor of the Year.
In 2007 Dr Dennis Hanover and those in Israel recognized Bram after over a decade of teaching knife & knife combatives in Israel, as the Father of Israeli Knife Fighting.-Knife Combatives. He was recently recognized as the Guardian of the Legacy of Presas Bolo in the Philippines. In 2014 BLADE Magazine honored Bram with a membership in Knife makers Showcase: the first knife designer honored in the custom blade makers membership for his unique designs and impact on the knife community over the last 2 decades.