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In this episode, we first discussed the current situation with Clint Dempsey and Fulham. We then started our preview of Norwich, as Cesar Diaz who is a contributor for the radio show, Vuvuzela:The World Soccer Show, joined us and shared his thoughts on the Canaries. Later on in the show we gave our season predictions for Fulham, and then closed the show with our own preview of Norwich. Please do take a listen.
We looked back at the last 2 Fulham matches which included a 1-1 draw with Norwich and a 2-1 victory against Arsenal. We also looked forward to the upcoming FA Cup match against Charlton. We were also joined by special guest Simon Peach who writes about Fulham for the Press Association.
On this episode we looked back at the Fulham 2-1 home victory at Craven Cottage. We also looked forward to the upcoming match against Bolton. Chris Gilbertson of Hammyend.com was the co-host for this episode. We were also joined by two guests. At the top of the show, James Kent who writes about Norwich City for the Bleacher Report and Yahoo Sports joined us. In the second half hour, Simon Peach from the Press Association came on for an interview.
"Slavery, Freedom and Reunion in a Colonial Connecticut Town" with Grant Hayter-Menzies, Daryl D'Angelo and Donald Roddy In June 1759, Norwich, Connecticut businessman Benajah Bushnell sold Guy Drock, a slave of African ancestry, to Sarah Powers, the Caucasian woman Drock had possibly married. Ironically, this deed freed Drock from Bushnell’s control but not from slavery. In March 2012, descendants of Guy and Sarah Drock and of Benajah Bushnell came together in Norwich for the first time in over two centuries. Drock descendants Daryl D’Angelo and Donald Roddy—who when they began their research years earlier did not know they had African ancestry, and Bushnell descendant Grant Hayter-Menzies—who thought only his Southern ancestors were slave owners—met to try to understand a legacy they did not know they shared. In the town where their past began, they sought to explore the personal impact of their ancestors’ intertwined histories, how the past has shaped them, their research and their interactions with one another today, and the relatively unknown institution of slavery in early New England.
Grant Hayter-Menzies is an internationally published biographer and journalist .
Daryl D’Angelo is a wife and mother, photographer and writer, and lives in a small town in southern New Hampshire.
Donald Roddy is a 78 year old retired Airline Pilot.
Today Michael interviews Matthew Fox. Matthew (born 1940) is an American Episcopal priest and theologian. Matthew formerly a member of the Dominican Order within the Roman Catholic Church, he is now a member of the Episcopal Church. Fox was an early and influential exponent of a movement that came to be known as Creation Spirituality. The movement draws inspiration from the mystical philosophies of such medieval Catholic visionaries as Hildegard of Bingen, Thomas Aquinas, Saint Francis of Assisi, Julian of Norwich, Dante Alighieri, Meister Eckhart and Nicholas of Cusa, as well as the wisdom traditions of Christian scriptures. Creation Spirituality is also strongly aligned with ecological and environmental movements of the late 20th century and embraces numerous spiritual traditions around the world, including Buddhism, Judaism, Sufism, and Native American spirituality, with a focus on "deep ecumenism".
Fox has written 30 books that have sold millions of copies and by the mid-1990s had attracted a "huge and diverse following".
He was likened by academic theologians in one New York Times article to the controversial and influential 20th century Jesuit priest, philosopher and paleontologist Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, particularly for his interpretations of issues such as the doctrine of original sin and the Cosmic Christ and for the resulting conflicts with church authorities.
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