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Yes, you read it right, 'storage of human energy'. Jeff has been thinking about this recently and wants to share with you the conclusions he has so far. This is really interesting stuff and may help clearify why everyone is working longer, harder and producing more than ever before... but we have less free time and our infrastucture is coming apart. Add your voice to this conversation. We are just sitting around on the front stoop and talking.
On the Gold and Black Radio Recruiting Special, we'll break down Matt Painter's 2015 signing class and get insights on Ryan Cline and Grant Weatherford from assistant coach Jack Owens. Plus, we'll hear from Weatherford to get his thoughts on Purdue. What is next in recruiting, both for the spring and beyond? We'll get Sharon Versyp's thoughts on her seven-ranked class, as well. And, we'll take a look at football recruiting, with the '15 class about halfway complete, and talk to running back commitment Markell Jones. That and much more.
Long term fuel storage!
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Curtis Morton of Power Research Inc. talks about long term fuel storage and products which can extend the usefulness of gasoline and diesel for years.
Destiny Survival Radio explores a variety of preparedness and survival topics. How can we prepare for survival in a rapidly changing world? How will we live when life as we’ve known it has changed forever? Host John Wesley Smith knows he doesn’t have all the answers, so he seeks information from those who do have answers and passes it along to you, his listeners.
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Bill Radvak joined American Vanadium as President and CEO in January, 2010. He spearheaded the company’s transition from a mineral exploration company into a vertically integrated energy storage company with the execution of the Master Sales Agreement for North America with Gildemeister to market the world’s leading CellCube vanadium redox flow energy storage system.
Bill Radvak received an engineering degree from the University of British Columbia. Previously, he was a Founder and CEO of Response Biomedical, a publicly listed medical device company. Mr. Radvak led Response Biomedical from its evolution to a 90-employee, sales and manufacturing company.
Join Host Corey Hansford as he discusses all of the issues hindering the Los Angeles Lakers so far in this season, leading up to the team's showdown with the Memphis Grizzlies. Kobe Bryant has gotten a lot of flak recently for his shot selection, especially down the stretch. Fair or Foul? Speaking of shots, the return of Nick Young is supposed to help relieve the situation. Is it going right or wrong so far? The Lakers have also been granted another disabled player exception from the Steve Nash injury and lost another player for the season in Xavier Henry. What does the team do now? What should it do? Discussion on everything and of course your phone calls at (914) 205-5612. Call in and let your voice be heard.
Host Corey Hansford is here to discuss everything Lakers after their first week of the season and you can call in to have your voice heard at (914) 205-5612 to ask any questions or just rant about your frustrations. The first week of the Lakers' season is in the books and it was a rough one as the team lost all four games against teams who won at least 48 games last season. The competition was defficult to be sure, but there were some positives to be had. Kobe still looks like a top player in the league. Jordan Hill and Ed Davis have both been excellent up front. On the other end, the defense still has a long ways to go, Jeremy Lin is struggling, and the Julius Randle injury was heartbreaking. Despite everything, the season is long and a lot of things can happen and we here at Bleed Purple & Gold Radio will be going through everything with you right up to tipoff of tonight's game vs. Phoenix.
Opening night is finally upon us and the Lakers host public enemy no. 1 former Lakers center Dwight Howard and the Houston Rockets. The Lakers had ups and downs all preseason, and injuries continued to plague the team, but now the games matter. Join host Corey Hansford as he takes you to tip off discussing everything about the purple and gold. How will Kobe hold up?? Will the team be able to keep a healthy point guard at any point this year?? Will the young guys, Julius Randle, Ed Davis, Jordan Clarkson continue their great play?? All of that and of course your calls heading into the Lakers first game of the regular season.
November 13 - Blues Guitarist/Composer - Memphis Gold
Blues fans all over the world continue to discover the incredible sounds of Memphis Gold. Born in Memphis, Tennessee in 1955, Memphis Gold, Chester Chandler was the thirteenth child of fourteen. His father also a musician introduced his son to the guitar at the tender age of 4. By the age of 8, he was a regular on historic Beale Street in Memphis where he played the guitar and danced for pocket change from the crowd.
Following in the footsteps of his famous cousins, Grammy Award Winner, Denise Williams, and Author/Activist/Comedian, Dick Gregory, Memphis has come a long way on a journey that has lasted half a century. Having released four full length albums to date, he has shared the stage with such artists as Bernard Allison, David Banner, James Brown, R.L. Burnside, Barbara Carr, Big Lucky Carter, George Clinton and the Parliament Funkadelic All Stars, Deborah Coleman, Shemikca Copeland, Robert Cray, Eddie Cusac, John Hammond, Little Jimmy King, Bettye Lavette, Johnny Lang, Kenny Neal, Taj Mahal, Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes, Bobby Parker, Louisianna Red, Lil Jimmy Reed, Jimmie Lee Robinson, Guitar Shorty, Elder Utah Smith, Mavis Staples, Hubert Sumlin, Roomful of Blues, Sister Rosetta Tharpe , Otis Rush, The Temptations, Jimmy Vaughn, and many more.
Get ready for an hour of some good old, down home, foot thumpin blues. As the saying goes, Memphis Gold is definitely the real deal.
The beginning of the season has not gone as planned for the Lakers. Only one win in the team's first eight games has everyone doubting whether or not this team can even match last year's win total. Kobe Bryant's shooting continues to be a major source of conversation, but the up-and-down play of the secondary players like Jordan Hill, Carlos Boozer, Jeremy Lin, and Wesley Johnson has been frustrating to say the least. Let us be your place to let out all of your frustrations with the team, or talk about any reasons for optimism you see. Plus talk on Nick Young's pending return, the Lakers options with their Disabled Player Exception, and anything else you fans want to talk about.
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