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Pro Wrestling Talk Radio (also known as PWTR) is an internet radio podcast founded in March, 2009. The format of PWTR is a panel of wrestling fans discussing the hottest topics in the world of wrestling in an entertaining (and sometimes controversial) fashion.
In addition to an in-depth roundtable discussion, other segments include taking calls and questions from listeners, and interviews with wrestling personalities (including such headline-making interviews with Joey Ryan, Tough Enough winner Andy Levine, former WWE Superstar Chris Masters , 2010 Miss USA Rima Fakih, and 3x World Champion Diamond Dallas Page).
After a stint on YouTube for the latter-half of 2014, the webcast version was rebranded with PWTR returning to its podcast roots and becoming a separate entity. Following the departures of longtime hosts Jay and Charlie from the hosting panel, PWTR was re-launched in January, 2015. The current PWTR panel consists of Justin Gordon, Duke Maverick, and Manny Johnson.
K-220 LEARNING MANAGEMENT AND THE CLOUD
FROM SCHOOLS TO BUSINESS LEARNING WITH NEO LMS
Graham Glass, NEO LMS CEO and Founder is our guest. A very interesting show as Graham deals with both K-20 and business with NEO and MATRIX, their business side
This episode is all about learning with my guest Dave Wentworth. David is a Senior Learning Analyst at Brandon Hall Group. He has worked in the human capital field since 2005 and joined Brandon Hall in 2012. His focus has always been on emerging technologies, with a current concentration on social and mobile learning.
Dave is my resident expert on all things learning and he joins me on this episode to discuss a number of studies related to Learning Management Systems Trends and Training Benchmarking.
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A Message of Hope with host Christina Lockett. Tuesday, February 24, @ 9 PM CST
The theme is Hope for Health and Wellness with special guests Monica Jones Taylor and Chandalyn Williams. Monica will share information on Sisters Network Inc...A National African-American Breast Cancer Survivorship organization....Chandalyn Williams will share how she started The Cynthia Solomon Holmes Foundation..A Foundation that seeks to raise awareness, provide support to patients and families with Leiomyosarcoma (LMS) cancer. Expect to laugh with old friends. Expect to discuss hope for those battling cancer.
Tune in 347-237-4648 or www.christinalockettamessageofhope.info
Tonight on The Miss celebrity in Miami show... We will be interviewing 4 of the top battle rappers in the state of FL- Il-Knowledge Medina-Il, ThaOne Lms AndOnly, Arya HinduRock Khosravi & Ace Arce! This is in addition to our regular weekly segments of events and celebrity news! Blog Talk Radio 11 pm est.
You don't want to miss what's poppin' in the 305 with battle rap & these guys!
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Hey Kids! On the show tonight, our featured guest is Venezuela native, Hollywood sitcom writer and mastermind behind the brand spanking new pill-popping online comedy series “Beverly Pills”, Luis Bustamante. (www.beverlypillstheseries.com)
Our Shitz and Giggles (or Crap That Makes You Laugh) segment unravels one of the mysteries of the ages...“The Real Reasons Why Women Fake Orgasms”. So don’t be so quick to say, “I’ll have what she’s having.”
Our sexy, sizzling featured guest, Luis Bustamante grew up in Venezuela with an unhealthy fascination for sitcoms, which lead him to make the safest career choice of all: becoming a Hollywood TV Writer! By the age of 18, Luis packed his bags and moved to Los Angeles to pursue his dream of becoming a comedic ?lmmaker. After a few years, some short ?lms and a couple of art degrees, he decided to pursue his largest undertaking of all: making an independent comedy series to give the world a much needed laugh in the medium of serialized storytelling, and thus “Beverly Pills” was born.
This week’s “JUST THE TIP” segment gives us all a moment to self-reflect as we delve into “The Top 10 Things People Often Want to Change About Themselves”. And we end our visit with Luis Bustamante and “Beverly Pills - The Series” on a musical high note with Huey Lewis and The News singing “I Wanna New Drug.” Tune in, turn on, pass out. Rinse and repeat.
The curtains have closed on the big show at Daytona for sports car fans this past weekend. We believe it delivered as promised; with a very competitive and thrilling event for both fans and teams alike. We are however just your slightly below average jargon jockeys, so we understand our views may be unique and we unhumbly accept that. Instead of spouting off our praises or jeers for the way the race went down; we thought it best to give an insider the opportunity to give us their perspectives. We'll be talking with the always capitivating, and outspoken Ryan Eversley about the dramatics, and the outcome of the late hours' battles.
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With the last official testing (open to the public) in the books before the start of the 2014 Tudor United Sports Car Championship and Patron North American Endurance Cup, there is a metric F-ton to discuss. We picked up a few Easter Island head's worth of knowlege while in the paddock at the Roar Before The 24, and we're dropping them on you live! We've caged the Gorilla for the show, fed him fermented bananas, and strapped a phone to his head - this might go south quickly. We'll be delivering the news, and shooting the petrol fueled shiz as always. Don't forget to follow us during the show for interactive content on Twitter: @TheWheelMenShow, and on Facebook/TheWheelMen. We'll also be taking your calls during the program at 347.945.6731. Thanks for tuning in!
In this episode of Coffee with Conrad:
LHS LMS Hymns of Praise at First Baptist Church Lampasas
Christian anarchists Steal?
Harold Camping dead at 92
The sealed book
ConradRocks on GPlus
@Mostradicalman on twitter
ConradRocks On FaceBook
Open Your Eyes - my prophetic book!
Laza Morgan was Literally born and raised in a musical cradle. He was heavily influenced by the reggae music of household and the records made by his father, Jamaican music legend and hit maker Denroy Morgan, who stormed his way onto American radio in the early 1980’s with his club anthem “I’ll do anything for you”. With his family’s strong Jamaican roots and frequent trips to kingston and St.Thomas as driving inspirations, it didn’t take long for Laza to completely embrace the world of music. His experiences in Springfield and Brooklyn influenced him heavily too as he began to incorporate Hip Hop, R&B and Pop into his musical lexicon. fter graduating from high school, Laza and two of his siblings formed the Hip Hop/Reggae group LMS. They toured the world with Morgan Heritage, the internationally recognized roots reggae band founded by his father and several of his brothers and sisters.2010 proved to be the culmination of many years of hard work that Laza had put into his craft. He signed with Elektra records in February. Laza was then featured on british pop sensation Alexandra Burke’s hit single “Start Without You” which topped the UK and European singles charts in September. He was also featured on Flo Rida’s hit single “21” from the album “The Only One”. His forthcoming Elektra debut yielded a hit single “This Girl” that was featured in Disney’s feature film Step Up 3D and its smash soundtrack. “This Girl” generated over 8 million hits on youtube and created a buzz that span the globe. Laza’s throwback second single “One By One” was a hypnotic love song featuring dancehall idol Mavado, who is now signed to the We The Best music group.