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Is your family TV tuned in to all Olympics, all the time right about now? We'll talk about watching the Olympics with your kids (or not) and what sorts of things those games can teach. Join About.com experts Terri Mauro (Children with Special Needs), Catherine Holecko (Family Fitness), Katherine Lee (School-Age Children), and Amanda Morin (Kids' Learning Activities) for some gold-medal discussion.
Today we will discuss the olympics. We will talk about USA basketball. Whos better? 1992, 2008, 2012?
We will also dicuss Track and Field, Gymnastics, and Michael Phelps.
What are your thoughts on the upcoming NBA Season. Call in and Speak to New Clipper Ryan Hollins and ask his thoughts.
NBC had a camera in the face of crying 17-year old gymnast, Jordyn Weiber after losing out on a shot in the individuals. Should non-professional athletes be treated like professionals?
16 year old Chinese girl swims time faster than most men in the Olympics: prodigy or performance enhancing drugs?
Should felons be allowed to vote after they serve their time?
If music were an Olympic event, which five music artists (past/present) would you send to represent the U.S.?
All of these things and more on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!
"Some things just need to be said."
Sports Week Live goes live at 3pm ET tomorrow right here on www.blogtalkradio.com/sportsweeklive. We will talk about some NFL Combine results, college and nba basketball, and we will some up the winter olympics as well. Look forward to talking with you.
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After way too long of a break, the NETworthy show is back and we've got a ton to talk about. Where have we been and why the absence? It's been a long year run up to the 2014 Special Olympics National Summer Games in Vancouver, for both myself and the team I coach - 3 years in actuality. How did we do? Tune in - many of you may know the outcome, but the details of the week are anything but minor. I couldn't have asked for more heart stopping drama without ensuring the presence of a defibrillator.
So I'll talk about the Games, the team, the absolute beauty of the human potential, where we, as a family and a team, have been and where we are going. We have started to reach out beyond our immediate geographical vicinity to engage as many as possible in a vision for a future that we are wanting to create for our son and his peers, and want to encourage anyone to give us feedback and join in the journey. So that is on the program agenda as well.
This program has had many downloads and live listeners, and I really hope I can offer a reason to call in and engage in a dialogue about anything planned and presented or something that might be triggered in the listener during the show.
The unimportance of the Olympics is overwhelming, the reaction of liberty lovers to the Small Arms Treaty, officers of the government, and their benefits and more.The unimportance of the Olympics is overcoming, the reaction of liberty lovers to the Small Arms Treaty, officers of the government, and their benefits and more.
On the Jersey Beat, retired Chief William Schievella, talks about the upcoming Special Olympics games. Don't miss another great show, hosted by Donna Ramon Hernandez
Now that the Sochi Olympics are over, with no serious incidents, let's wrap it up. What were your impressions of the people of Sochi? Although Russia won in total medals, do you think that they consider it successful without a gold medal or any medal in hockey? We will also conclude our discussion on life after death.You also know that here at the Coffee Club, politics and religion are always "fair play." Join us for a cup of coffee while you are calling us at (646) 595-3275.
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