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It was amazing! It was surreal! It was perfect! It was the single greatest ending to a game! Especially in a season where we have been teetering on mediocracy. There is no doubt that this year has been a roller coaster of emotions. One week we look like the Packers from the 70's & 80's and then the next week we look like a team from the 90's. Inconsistency should be painted in our endzone. On the other end: Perseverance. Cause just when you start to think we're down and out...We come back! And we do it big! Join me this week as we discuss the chaos that was the Packers v Lions game. We'll also hit on whats next for the Pack and what we can expect going into the finale of the season. And for you Badger fans...don't you worry...I will give my take on the Badger Basketball team & discuss the Holiday Bowl matchup against USC #LaterStave
Tonight on 22 SportsTalk:
We talk MARY'S MIRACLE IN MOTOWN
We talk PACKERS
We talk BADGER BASKETBALL
We talk BADGER FOOTBALL
We talk SPORTS
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The Winter Classic has come and gone... and it was awesome. The WIIM crews shares their experience from the largest hockey game ever.
SHERRY & ROBERT GORDY & CARRIE BROWN - MOTOWN FAMILY EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW
ZEOLAH BROWN - EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW
The boss is back and he's interviewing Motown Maurice again for another quest evaluation. The first interview between The Boss & Motown Maurice was on October 19, 2010 for his 30th day quest evaluation. The purpose of this interivew is to determine the progress of 2011 and evaluate the future of Motown Maurice's quest.
This show will consist of information on "A Masters Peace" Production. "A Motown Experience" is dramatization of the different eras within the history of Motown music. Travel through the different eras of Motown by experiencing Contemporary, Gospel, Revolutionary, and Classical music. Learn Motown history while enjoying song, spoken word, speeches, historic videos, poetry and more . We will speak with Kim Shaw and Kiya Amajioyi who will explain to the listeners the importance of what this show represents and why you don't want to miss it.
Host: Charles I am branded Madison
Guest: Mickey Stevenson
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Joey Ororpesa was born in the film industry state of California. Unlike many other kids on his block Joey-O didn’t spend his time playing basketball or video games. Joey spent most of his time outside filming videos with his buddies at an early age. At the age of 7, he knew he wanted to become Film Director. A few years after moving to Tampa, FL, Joey-O started his very first show in 2003.
They called it the Steven Ortiz Show or S-O-S which was based on his partners in crime. Later in 2005, Steven moved off to Puerto Rico, causing the end of the S-O-S. Joey continued making the show with the same name until in 2007. Later the name was changed to The Joey-O-Show.
The Joey -O- Show made a nice impact in Tampa bay. The show continued on until there was a great impact in 2010. That same year, Joey joined the morning show at his school, Leto High. The Joey-O-Show went live to all rooms and became very popular in a short period of time. Later that year, the show spread throughout the Hillsborough school district.
Continuing to reach high to chance his dream, Joey-O joined a Tampa, FL’s first late night talk show. Yes, The Motown Maurice Show. During the first quarter of 2010, Joey volunteered as a cameraman. After the completion of the show’s first season, Joey-O maintained his working relationship with Motown Maurice. A few months later, Joey graduated from Leto High.
Between 2006 and 2010, Joey has made 9 motion picture films. He is currently working on a project that he claims will be the biggest film he has ever made. It’s a motion picture film called, Blackheart. The plot is crime detective based. As Joey moves forward into life, he’s planning to attend FSU’s film school.
Fore more information visit: http://www.youtube.com/user/shmed1
Welcome to a new episode of WIIM Radio. This time we had me, Jeff and Kyle only (RIP Graham) to cover the week where there were no Wings games to cover, but lots to talk about. Here's what we got into:
The ASG Weekend and the amazing John Scott story - The NHL fell backwards into the best All-Star game I've ever seen. Trying to pick a favorite moment was like trying to pick a favorite kid (meaning you do it, but don't tell anybody because they'll judge you for it).
Dylan Larkin's ASG Weekend - Hey we had a guy there and he caught everybody's eye with how good he is. Larkin rules.
Can you recreate the Scott magic? Should you even try? - Nobody knew what was going to happen this year, but now there's a "script." Is it possible to have this happen again without it all coming across as hokey saccharine bullshit? I say no.
The line combos - Luke Glendening practiced on the third line because of Sheahan's illness. Kyle tries to be ok with it and I say something mean to him because of it.
The defense and the future of Kronwall - Detroit's de facto #1 defenseman isn't capable of doing that anymore. What can he still do for us and what's his future with the team?
Prospects Report - Michelle runs us through all the goings-on with the prospects spread about the world.
Reader Questions - Everybody's favorite segment covers all the great reader questions you left in our mailbag. No duck-sized Eric Tangradis this week, but we got some real good questions.
The Week ahead - The Wings will play four more times before we meet again. How will they do in that time?
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As always, WIIM Radio is rated R for clown groping and language.