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Welcome to the YES IT IS JUNE Episode. We have waited so long and now it is finally here. So many options to discuss, players, officiating, teams, coaches GMs and even ownership and new stadiums. Wow think about it so much has happened in the offseason. Old questions finally answered, but now all that means is have even more questions. 3 Down Football is back, and the biggest stories may be ownership, troubled stadiums, new stadium in their sophmore years. The quiet biggest news is Canadian QBs are everywhere, and the quality of them is hightened by the desire of the fans to see them....
On the January 27, 2015, episode of USCHO Live! we will have our annual check in with the NCAA Rules Committee on rules and officiating. Scheduled are Ty Halpin, NCAA Liaison for Rules; Steve Piotrowski, NCAA Ice Hockey Rules Secretary; and Frank Cole, NCAA National Coordinator of Men's Ice Hockey Officiating.
About the hosts
Jim Connelly is a senior writer at USCHO.com and has been with the site since 1999. He is based in Boston and regularly covers Hockey East. He began with USCHO.com as the correspondent covering the MAAC, which nowadays is known as Atlantic Hockey. Each week during the season, he co-writes "Tuesday Morning Quarterback." Jim is the winner of the 2012 Joe Concannon award, and is a studio analyst for NESN.
Ed Trefzger has been part of USCHO since 1999 and now serves as a senior writer and director of technology. He has been a part of the radio broadcasts of Rochester Institute of Technology hockey since their inception -- serving as a producer, studio host, color commentator and as RIT's play-by-play voice for eight seasons. Ed is general manager of CBS Sports Radio affiliate 105.5 The Team in Rochester, N.Y., and COO of its parent company, Genesee Media Corporation.
Join me tonight for a special episode of The Dirty Word as we discuss the Eastern Conference Finals series between the Hawks and Cavs.
After a very controversial ejection of Al Horford, the Hawks are on the brink of elimination Tuesday night as the Cavs lead the series3-0. Despite being down in the series, many Hawks fans AND national pundits believe that dirty play and tactics have contributed to the Cavs success in this series.
We will talk about the Horford/Dellavadova incident and take a deep dive into the "gutsy" play of the Aussie point guard.
Is he crossing the line and when will Atlanta seek true retribution against he and the Cavs.
I will also give a step by step process on how the Hawks can defy all odds and win this series, even overcoming shady officiating.
Stay tuned tonight at 11:30 and keep it locked! Calls are welcome!
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List of politically correct terminology in corporate America;
Communication breakdown: man doesn't leave number and goes irate when call not returned;
The standoff in Waco: errant acts of a few giving a bad name to the many;
Safety precautions when living with flash flooding and violent weather;
Chronic illness, more and cases of disease and illness without explanation;
BB King and his legacy remembered as a nation said goodbye to an influential blues legend;
Militarization of police forces and President Obama's response at limiting supply;
Follow the money: From militarized police to political tug of war, it's all about money;
Rand Paul takes a stand on renewal of NSA bulk correction.
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The Chicago Blackhawks will open up their series against the Anaheim Ducks on Sunday. The winner of this series will earn a spot in the Stanley Cup Finals. The two teams have never met in the playoffs before, so what should fans be looking for as the keys to this series? While the Hawks are well rested and already in to their conference finals series, the Bulls will try to stave off elimination tonight in Game 6 versus the Cleveland Cavaliers. There was more offensive droughts for the Bulls in Game 5, but they also were victims of some very questionable officiating. Joey Crawford continued his love affair with Lebron's teams in the playoffs. Fair or foul? After missing Games 4 & 5 due to a hamstring injury, Pau Gasol is expected to play tonight. Can he provide enough offense to lead the Bulls to a victory and winner-take-all Game 7? All this plus your phone calls at (347) 327-9183.
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1. The U.S. Navy aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt is steaming toward the waters off Yemen to beef up security and join other American ships that are prepared to intercept any Iranian vessels carrying weapons to the Houthi rebels fighting in Yemen.
2. A Shiite rebel leader in Yemen vowed to not surrender amid Saudi-led airstrikes in a rambling speech that rejected U.N. efforts to halt violence there, even as the political party of the country’s former leader welcomed international efforts for a cease-fire.
3. A tsunami as big as one metre was forecast to hit the Okinawa island chain after a 6.8 magnitude earthquake struck far-southern Japan.
4. The first French weapons from a $3 billion Saudi-funded program will arrived in Lebanon on Monday as allies seek to bolster the country’s defenses against the Islamic State group and other jihadists pressing along its Syrian border.
5. A senior commander in Iran’s Revolutionary Guard said on Sunday that international nuclear inspectors will be barred from all Iranian military sites under any deal with world powers, setting up a possible standoff as negotiators try to reach a final deal.
You can read these stories in more detail and get more prophecy-related news at SecondComingHerald.com.
The prophetic passage of Scripture we are looking at today is Joshua 10:7-10 which reads: "So Joshua ascended from Gilgal, he, and all the people of war with him, and all the mighty men of valour. And the Lord said unto Joshua, Fear them not: for I have delivered them into thine hand; there shall not a man of them stand before thee. Joshua therefore came unto them suddenly, and went up from Gilgal all night. And the Lord discomfited them before Israel, and slew them with a great slaughter at Gibeon, and chased them along the way that goeth up to Bethhoron, and smote them to Azekah, and unto Makkedah.”
Mike and Michele will be getting you up to date on UK's spring football practices, as well as let you know what the Bat Cats have been doing recently.
Our hot topic tonight will be the state of college basketball -- is the game in decline and if so, how can it be fixed? Officiating seems to be the number 1 suggestion, so let us know your thoughts.
Also - tonight we will have our first Faceoff, a new weekly feature where our co-hosts debate a topic and you, the listeners get to decide who presented the stronger case. Sometimes the topics will be very serious and other times they'll be a bit more light-hearted. Tonight's Faceoff - "Is fishing a sport?" (this ought to be fun!)
Satchmo and DB discuss Michigan State's performance in the Final Four of the NCAA men's basketball tournament, Wisconsin's big win against Kentucky and its subsequent loss to Duke in the championship game, the terrible officiating in the last three games of the tournament, the terrible officiating in college basketball in general, and the outlook for Michigan State next year. They also recap Sunday's Mad Men episode.
When a routine 911 call turns deadly, Paramedic Sara Dyer finds herself held at gunpoint by Jason Keegan, an injured psych-ward patient charged with murder. The situation spirals out of Sara’s control when the confrontation becomes a tense standoff between Keegan and the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service.
As Keegan’s hostage, Sara fights to save them both before he blows them up. She realizes his warning to the Cayman police is no empty threat since he’d rather die than spend the rest of his life in a prison cell. Sara soon discovers Keegan is just as determined to survive as she is - provided he can escape Grand Cayman and disappear forever. As she struggles to trust in God’s protection, help from an atheist turns her struggle into a lure away from her faith.
Dianna Torscher Benson is a 2011 Genesis winner, a 2011 Genesis double semi-finalist, a 2010 Daphne finalist, and a 2007 Golden Palm finalist. In 2012, she signed a nine-book contract with Ellechor Publishing House. The Hidden Son (March 2013) is her debut novel. Her upcoming releases include Persephone's Fugitive (March 2015), which is the sequel to The Hidden Son, and Final Trimester (May 2014), Book 1 in The Quigley Triplets Series.
After majoring in communications and a ten-year career as a travel agent, Benson left the travel industry to earn her EMS degree. An EMT since 2005, she loves the adrenaline rush of responding to medical emergencies and helping people in need. Her suspense novels about adventurous characters thrown into tremendous circumstances provide readers with a similar kind of rush.
Benson lives in North Carolina with her husband and their three athletic children.
My mom, Mary Poindexter passed away after a 7 year battle with breast cancer on February 18th. She is the reason I love songs from the 50's and early 60's. Join me as I pay tribute to my late mom. With some of her favorite songs from the early days of Rock and Roll. Included in this 28 minute show are Lesley Gore, Frankie Avalon and the Beach Boys. Along with the poem I wrote after her death and read at her funeral.
Mary Ann Jarvis Poindexter
Born: May 28, 1947
Died: February 18, 2015
Mary Ann Jarvis Poindexter 67, of Sanford, Florida went home to be with the Lord on Wednesday, February 18, 2015 in Altamonte Springs, Florida.
She was born in Jacksonville, a 1967 graduate of Ribault High School, a member of Central Baptist Church in Sanford, Florida and a former member of North Jacksonville Baptist Church.
Mary Ann was preceded in death by her parents, Herbert and Mary Rogers Jarvis.
Survivors include her 3 children: Scott Poindexter, Traci (Joey) Weston and Stephen Poindexter; 1 sister: Julia (Mark) Tomlinson; 1 brother: Marcus (Mary) Jarvis; several nieces, nephews and extended family.
A celebration of life service will held at 2:00 PM on Saturday, February 21, 2015 at Peeples Family Funeral Homes, North Jacksonville Chapel, 2220 Soutel Drive near Lem Turner Road, with Rev. Doyle Harper, officiating. Burial will follow at Evergreen Cemetery (Gate # 5).