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Local group Central Oregon Patriots are raffling off a freezer full of meat. The Freezer is valued at $199 filled with $350 worth of meat.
I'll have Tom Case from the Central Oregon Patriots on to tell us why they are doing this? Make sure you join us tfor this fun program highlighting one of the most active grassroots organzations in the state of Oregon.
There is a Tex/Mex-sized steak number of things going on. The annual NFL Slave Trade is taking place. The happily running for the roses horses are trying to win the Kentucky Derby, and Americans eveywhere are gleefully awaiting to don their sombreros, drink tequila, and celebrate Cinco de Mayo in honor of folks whom they refuse to let into their country. And...
Jay, Matt, and the IWS Radio team break it all down for you. IWS offers NFL Draft analysis, recap the Derby, and preview the Cinco de Mayo celebration as they drink Mexican beer, and make fun of the French army.
In addition to that, Jay and Matt discuss Supreme Court gay marriage oral arguments, the Baltimore riots, and take your phone calls at 661.244.9852 as IWS Radio presents: Man Meat, Horse Meat, and Tequila.
Pacific Northwest veteran Meat joins us on Sign Guy's Wrestling Show. He's competed all up and down the west coast from British Columbia to Oregon. He's danced to Justin Beiber music, chased opponents with an axe, won championships, and even became a Hall of Famer. He's someone that has accomplished a whole lot in his career. He's going to sit down and talk to us about... MEAT!
Must Listen Show! last week I had a sermon by Watchman Nee on The Blood Of Christ and how the Blood gave us redemption and the power to overcome the devil and the old man simply by deciding who you identify with. The old man is of adam and the new man is of Christ. This show here delves into the meat of that sermon. So, come listen to this great show hosted by William T. If you would like to talk call 1-803-340-1226
unleash Ebola in UK: How an appetite for African delicacies at British market stalls may spread killer virus
Ridley Road in Dalston, East London, is one example of an area with a large African community
It has been identified as a hub for secret market in ‘bush meat’ - flesh of exotic animals such as chimpanzee, monkey and fruit bats
7,500 tonnes of illegal meat enters Britain each year; bulk of it is bush meat
Bush meat is one of primary sources of Ebola's transmission
in Rock Music
Kings of Grindcore are back with a new album, Apex Predator-Easy Meat. Robert Cooper and Mark Radulich break it down for you!
Welcome to Your Community Science Class where we give you 15 minutes of science! Check out our marketing email for lots more information about this topic. Our upcoming program explores the future of meat. For various reasons already documented and which we will review during the program, meat is becoming increasingy resource-intensive and with the growing global affluence in Asia and elsewhere, the appetite for meat is increasing.
How shall this increasing demand be met? Through analog meats and cloned meats. Join us as we explore the future of carnivorous consumption!
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You are cordially invited to.....um, listen, to the first annual M&P NBA Awards show! Sure we'll hand out the typical awards, NBA MVP, Rookie of the Year, etc. but we'll also name Flopper of the Year, Worst Coach of the Year and Best Trade of the Year. Tonight at 9!
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"Best Of" Replay (because I was at an ev psych conference all week).
Saturated fat is your friend. Really.
It turns out everything we've been told about eating fat is wrong. On tonight's show, meticulous journalist Nina Teichholz will lay out the scientific errors, bias, and dangerous misrepresentations that have underpinned the dietary dogma of the past 60 years.
She'll also lay out the findings of solid science -- why eating more dietary fat will lead us to better health and fitness.
Join us as she discusses all of this and more from her brand new book, "The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat & Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet."
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