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The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview celebrity Johnny Whitworth.
Johnny Whitworth is an American actor born in Charleston, SC, on October 31, 1975. Whitworth grew up moving throughout the south before heading to Los Angeles at age 15 to pursue his acting career.
Having appeared in over 40 film and television projects throughout his career, Whitworth has performed alongside some of Hollywood’s most notable talents: Bradley Cooper, Robert De Niro, Nicolas Cage, Idris Elba, Renée Zellweger, Angelina Jolie, Matt Damon, Claire Danes, Danny DeVito, Mickey Rourke, Jon Voight, Christian Bale and Russell Crowe, in films such as Limitless, Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, 3:10 to Yuma, Empire Records, Gamer, and Francis Ford Coppola’s The Rainmaker, to name a few.
In the early 90’s, he quickly achieved teen idol status after playing the wildly popular role of “A.J.” in the cult hit ,Empire Records. This came shortly after making one of his first acting debuts in the award-winning television series,Party of Five. Johnny also appeared, over a span of four years, in the beloved recurring role of “Detective Jake Berkeley” on the series CSI: Miami. Johnny recently returned to primetime television in the role of “Cage Wallace”, in Season Two of the popular series,The 100.
This comes after completing work in early 2014 on the dramatic independent film Bad Hurt, with co-stars Karen Allen, Michael Harney and Theo Rossi. Bad Hurt is a family drama set in Staten Island, New York in the late 90's. Johnny portrays “Kent Kendall”, a Gulf War Veteran suffering from PTSD among other elements, upon returning home from an intense military combat tour.
We're just two days away from Super Bowl Weekend, which is very exciting. Listeners should be excited about today's edition of BangTheBook Radio. Host Adam Burke will be joined by Cole Ryan to kick off today's show with the Gridiron Gambling Report segment. The guys gave out their picks on Super Bowl 50, along with some very compelling prop bets to look at and analyze. Alex Nicolas of Miner Rush, the home of the UTEP Miners on SB Nation, will join us for some Conference USA college basketball chatter. Jay Primetown of MMAOddsbreaker.com joins us for a breakdown of UFC Fight Night 82 to help out those UFC betting fanatics. Finally, Justin Kundrat, from the Rush The Court Big East microsite, will have some opinions and breakdowns of the Big East Conference and the league's upcoming games.
0:00-1:55 - Show intro
1:55-32:40 - Gridiron Gambling Report w/ Adam Burke & Cole Ryan; Super Bowl 50 picks and props
32:40-1:02:40 - Alex Nicolas, MinerRush.com; Conference USA college hoops
1:02:40-1:08:35 - Burke's NHL thoughts for Thursday
1:08:35-1:30:55 - Jay Primetown, MMAOddsbreaker.com; UFC Fight Night 82 picks and odds
1:30:55-2:00:00 - Justin Kundrat, RushTheCourt.net; Big East college basketball
Running a government, whether it is a city, state, or country, is like running a household. You look at what your operating costs are, look at your total household income, and decide how to spend the money you make to pay bills and make sure everyone is fed, clothed, kept warm and safe, and educated. That's what good parents do to take care of the children whose lives are in their hands. The problem with some elected officials is that they are not being good "parents" of the "children" they are supposed to take care of, namely, the voters who are entrusting them with decisions that affect people's lives. Schools in Illinois are being threatened with closure because Governor Bruce Rauner, elected by a small percentage of votes, has held up the release of funds for education, refusing to sign legislation presented by the Illinois General Assembly. Students have united to fight for their right to receive education and are mounting a massive voter registration drive, as well as mass demonstrations and lobbying elected officials to push the Governor to act. If not, what next? Students have already shown how economic boycotts and refusal of sports teams to play can have an impact. Today's guests, student leaders Darren Martin from Chicago State University and Nicolas Martinez from Northeastern Illinois University discuss the power of a new, politically involved, educated generation.
Middle East Madness continues as hundreds of Saudi Coalition forces including the USA Commander Nicolas Petras were killed in Yemen as the Yemen forces hit the base with a missile attack. Also Boko Haram in Nigeria burn 86 people to death most of them children. Also 4 Russian Soliders killed in Syria near the Turkish border. Also a car bomb and 2 suicide bombers kill 45 and wound 110 people in Damascus Syria. Also Vampire Demons loose in Napier, New Zealand. These and much more current news events along with bible prophecy and the powerful Word of God. Your Host Pastor Paul Begley of Indiana.
It will barely be a blip on the national sports conscious. ESPN will give it a 20 second highlight package. Troy Daniels' deep three pointer in double overtime may make the top ten. NBATV might mention that the Hornets won the game after diving into Demarcus Cousins' 56 point performance. And then....with barely a whimper...it will disappear into the cold winter winds of January NBA basketball.
But that may make it all the more sweeter for the hardcore Hornets fans that listen to the show. The Charlotte Hornets miracle after midnight over Cousins and the Sacramento Kings will be ours and ours alone.
Without an above-average NBA starting lineup's worth of talent, with three of their four bigs fouled out, against an unstoppable force of nature underneath the basket, in a hostile environment, in double overtime...the Hornets won a basketball game to move to 22-23, 9th in the Eastern Conference.
This show is our love letter.
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The Hornets also beat the New York Knicks!
We get you caught up on what we know and don't know about the injuries to Nicolas Batum, Cody Zeller, Jeremy Lamb, Al Jefferson and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist
NBA picks and GSW/Spurs talk with Nick Denning
Orian Williams was born in Jackson, Mississippi and raised in Houston, Texas. A graduate of Baylor University, Orian moved to Los Angeles in the early 1990’s . After a few years as a successful producer of commercials, Orian formed a fortuitous alliance with the director E. Elias Merhige, whose work Orian was an early champion of after seeing his acclaimed University thesis feature film BEGOTTEN. Williams first film was to set up SHADOW OF THE VAMPIRE the Academy Award nominated film starring Willem Dafoe and John Malkovich at Saturn Films, Nicolas Cage’s production company directed by Merhige. In 2004 Orian secured the rights to the book “Touching from a Distance,” a biography based on the life of Ian Curtis, lead singer of the band Joy Division, written by Ian’s widow, Deborah Curtis. Ian committed suicide in 1980 just 2 days before the bands first American tour and reformed under the name New Order. The highly regarded photographer/video director Anton Corbijn, directed and was his first feature film. CONTROL stars Sam Riley as Ian Curtis, Samantha Morton and Alexandra Maria Lara. CONTROL had its world premiere in Cannes 2007 opening the Director’s Fortnight and came away with 3 awards including Best European Film and 4 BAFTA nominations including one win for writer and 10 BIFA nominations with 5 wins including Best Picture. Orian then set his eyes on Jack Kerouac, producing two films about his life, a documentary about the book ‘Big Sur’ then the feature film BIG SUR Written and Directed by Michael Polish, BIG SUR stars, Jean Marc Barr as Kerouac and Josh Lucas as Neal Cassady, Kate Bosworth, Radha Mitchell and Henry Thomas also star. Currently Orian is producing WONDERLAND AVENUE with David Fincher, which focuses on Danny Sugerman and his young life in Los Angeles in the 1960’s, Fred Durst will direct, set up at New Regency.
On June 2 1668, Saturday of the Octave of Corpus Christi, at Les Ulmes France, the Pastor of the Church, Nicolas Nezan, began using incense before the Altar leading praise to God. While the hymn Pange Lingua was being sung, “and having reached the stanza ‘Verbum caro Panem verum’, a unique vision of the Eucharistic takes place during before the faithful singing. With the Blessed Host being exposed on the Altar for public adoration, a mysterious shape of a man with light-brown hair flowing behind his head down the top part of his back, a illumination was seen surrounding his face, He had his hands crossed over the other crossing over his body, and he wore a white tunic covering His body.
This vision lasted for about a quarter of an hour as the faithful all witnessed the event. This excited everyone to such a degree that on 13 June Father Nezan sent word to the localBishop Henry Arnauld, who sent for an inquiry. Because of the threat of the French Revolution, the Blessed Sacrament was properly consumed by the Vicar of Puy Notre Dame who feared that Jesus would be profaned.
Listen to this edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. This program will feature our regular PANW report with dispatches on the poisoning of the water in the Michigan city of Flint in the United States and the declaration of a state of emergency by right-wing Gov. Rick Snyder aimed up covering up the role of the state and private interests in this social calamity; there are problems within the ruling party in Tunisia just months after its ascendancy to public office inside the North Africa state which was the birthplace of the North African uprising some five years ago; a series of attacks in Egypt have highlighted the precarious security situation and its impact on the national economy; and counter-revolutionary elements in Venezuela who now control the parliament are threatening to launch an effort to oust socialist President Nicolas Maduro from office. In the second hour we continue our monthlong commemoration of the 87th birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by assessing his contribution to the struggle against racism and against war in the US and internationally. Finally we examine the role of the British army in Kenya during 1952-1956 where hundreds of thousands were detained and thousands killed during the so-called state of emergency imposed by London aimed at halting the rebellion launched by the Kenya Land and Freedom Army, popularly known as the Mau Mau.
The Rush is a podcast brought to you by SB Nation and MinerRush.com, with Alex Nicolas and Anthony Salom talking all things UTEP and Conference USA sports.
We return to the internet airwaves after a week off with plenty to go over.
Has Sean Kugler hired his coordinators? We let ya’ll know what we know about the situation, and also talk about UTEP’s lone mid-year JUCO signee.
UTEP basketball is in the midst of a three game losing streak. We breakdown the issues this team is going through, along with a preview of the NMSU game this Saturday.
We then look at the latest C-USA Basketball Power Rankings and give some takes on the current state of league as conference play is just a few weeks away.
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