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This week we take moment to thank our lord for the birth of actor Tom Atkins. For years Atkins has been a genre staple and a film saving presence in the movie industry. Atkins talents are so immense rumor has it he sold a movie about ice cubes to the eskimos. Tune in and listen to what two grown men sucking off a 70 year old actor sounds like...does that sound bad?
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The Original Mother, the Black Wombyn is the last to awaken to her Divinity and Divine Place in the Cosmos. We are the place to discuss all the things they DON'T WANT us to talk about or focus on. Tune in daily, write to us to be a host, and share! This is FOR US and BY US. so lets SUPPORT our OWN.
Daryl and Taylor re-convene after a prolonged (read: 38ish hours) break to discuss the first matches of the knockout rounds, including Hulk looking less than incredible, Neymar's stutter steps, the demise of the Chilean Cyber Punks, Julio Cesar wearing his emotions on his face, Fred's mustache, Haych-Rod's stunning brace, Colombia's advance, and Uruguay's departure. The guys also preview Sunday's matches by giving some Very Specific Predictions, and discuss the important lessons of The Karate Kid.
Join the A-HdR crew as they battle the foes of boring radio! Will Max Holiday be able to control the nonsense? Will Rotter show up? What's a #strugglesnuggle? Will Johnny Draven join the crew in studio or via satelite? Will Superbad ever grow a respectable mustache? Only you can find out! Tune in and listen to what is described as the best orgasm for your earholes!
For fifteen seconds a year, Steve Buttleman is the most famous man in America. On the first Saturday of every May, sporting his famous red jacket and tiny black hat, he marches from the white pagoda behind the Churchill Downs Winner's Circle, lifts a polished brass horn to his caramel-colored mustache, and plays "Call to Post." Buttleman's rendition—a brief ditty that signals jockeys to lead their horses into the starting gate—grabs the attention of movie stars in Millionaire's Row, infield drunks, and countless television viewers. It's also the sign for Kentucky Derby fans to clutch their betting slips and start praying.
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Bobby Rush - Jackson
Bobby Rush, a Louisiana native who lived for decades in Chicago, earned the title “king of the chitlin circuit” after relocating to Jackson in the early 1980s. Rush's distinctive “folk funk” style, featured on his recordings for the Jackson-based LaJam label and others, bridged the blues he heard as a youth and modern soul music. His upbeat and often provocative live shows established him as a favorite among southern soul and blues audiences and later brought him international acclaim.
He was born Emmett Ellis, Jr., on November 10, 1935, in Homer, Louisiana, and at eleven moved with his family to Pine Bluff, Arkansas. He eventually took the stage name “Bobby Rush” out of respect for his father, who was a preacher. Rush built his first instrument, a one-stringed “diddley bow,” and by his teens was donning a fake mustache and playing at local juke joints and on the road with bluesmen including Elmore James, Boyd Gilmore, and John “Big Moose” Walker. After moving to Chicago in the 1950s, he worked with Earl Hooker, Luther Allison, and Freddie King. Rush, who played guitar, bass, and harmonica, developed a lively and sometimes risque stage act that blended music, dance, and comedy. His musical approach—which he later coined “folk funk”—married various contemporary sounds with lyrical themes that often borrowed from African American folklore and traditional blues. He achieved renown for his entrepreneurial flair by working multiple gigs the same night and sometimes collecting double pay by disguising himself as an emcee at his own shows. He also booked and promoted many shows himself rather than working through an agency.
The Total Tutor will interview All Star and World Series Champion Jerry Reuss. He will discuss his book.
One of only twenty-nine Major Leaguers to play in four different decades, Jerry Reuss pitched for eight teams, including the Pittsburgh Pirates twice. So when Reuss tells his story, he covers about as much of baseball life as any player can.
Bring In the Right-Hander! puts us on the mound for the winning pitch in Game Five of the 1981 World Series, then takes us back to the schoolyards and ball fields of Overland, Missouri, where Reuss first dreamed of that scene. His baseball odyssey, dedicated to the mantra “work hard and play harder,” began in 1969 with his hometown team, the St. Louis Cardinals (who traded him three years later for mustache-related reasons). Reuss carries us through his winning seasons with the Dodgers, taking in a no-hitter and that World Series triumph, and introducing us to some of baseball’s most colorful characters. Along the way, as the grizzled veteran faces injuries, releases, and trips to the Minors, then battling his way back into the Majors to finish his career with the Pirates, we get a glimpse of the real grit behind big league life, on and off the field.
Also, The Total Tutor will interview Kevin and Kenneth Killiany, the nephews of #1 New York Times bestselling and Pulitzer Prize Winning author Allen Drury, who are working with me to get his books back. My publishing company, WordFire Press, just released ADVISE AND CONSENT (120+ weeks on the New York Times bestseller list, like the original House of Cards…or the “Gone with the Wind” of political fiction.
Last, The Total Tutor will interview Denise Malan is an avid runner who has worked as a reporter. She will discuss her book The Runner's Bucket List.
Convicted of murder, but exonerated years later, Rubin “Hurricane” Carter has returned to His Lord, at the age of 76.
Maintaining his innocence since the triple-murder charges in 1966, in Patterson, N.J., he became for many, a symbol of the insipid racism and rush-to-incarcerate black men, which many argue, exists today.
I recall vividly, his bald, shiny head and goatee mustache. He looked then, that he could go a few rounds for the middleweight championship.
On Monday, SCOTUS ruled in favor of a Michigan voter initiative, banning the use of race, as a factor in admission into college. In a remote sense, this conjures the discussion we had on Critical Discourse, regarding the efficacy of admissions exams for NYC “elite” high schools.
The reaction was swift, but most strikingly, one of the justices, Sonia Sotomayor, in dissent, harshly criticized the decision, going as far as accusing the majority in the 6-2 ruling, of being “out of touch…”. In my view, such a public tantrum is unprofessional and in bad taste.
But, to be frank, couldn’t one argue that a college should have the right, as opposed to the obligation, to consider race?
What will this mean for black and Latino students, who purportedly will be “locked out” of opportunities for [material] advancement?
THIS DECISION DOES NOT GRANT A COLLEGE THE RIGHT TO USE RACE AS A REASON TO DENY ADMISSION!
Incidentally, Cliven Bundy made some controversial comments, with regards to race, which are worth discussing
AS ALWAYS – I can’t wait for the discussion, which is always better when you come on board and share your insights, views and expertise
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Tonight's show will feature Florida metal by:
GorillaFight - Heroes To Ghosts
A Thousand Times Better - Blue
Traverser - Redshift
Paths Of Possesion - End Of The Hour
Evergreen Terrace - Zero ( Smashing Pumpkins)
Severed By Faith - Down and Out (!!EXCLUSIVE DEBUT!!)
Death - Suicide Machine
A Thousand Times Better - Jimmy
Born From Ashes - My Decree
Crossbreed - Beg
All Hail The Mustache - Disco Werewolf
Severed By Faith - For High Hopes and False Dreams
Join us Live Sunday March 16th as we broadcast live from Marley's Gotham Grill right after the Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade in Hackettstown NJ! Featuring our guests The NJ Beard and Mustache Club..Ron Swanson would be proud! Also on air we will have drunk patrons compete in ridiculous contests for drinks! Also Drinking Games, Salute to the Greatest Drunk of all time Andre the Giant and much more!!! This will be the craziest show yet so Tune in and Drink on!
Poop and destruction shall be so in use
And dreadful websites so familiar
That geeks shall but smile when they behold
Their comics quarter’d with the hands of war;
All pity choked with custom of fell investments:
And Beardo’s spirit, ranging for revenge,
With Salad by his side come hot from hell,
Shall in these confines with a monarch’s voice
Cry ‘Dickness,’ and let slip the beards of war;
That this foul website shall smell above the earth
With carrion HTML, groaning for burial.
You aren’t going to like this one.
Unless you do.
also, Stan Lee with a doodoo mustache, snorting cocaine and getting his dick sucked!
AND MUCH, MUCH MORE! COME EACHA VEGGIES
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