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1- Announcing the Herbs and Dudes of Apri 2- Boxing- Seth Mitchell vs. Chaz Witherspoon recap, Chad Dawson vs. Bernard Hopkins recap, Floyd Mayweather vs. Miguel Cotto preview 3- Osi Umenyiora contracts problems, Tebow in NFL top 100 players?, Future Herbs 4- Track & Field- Penn Relays 5- NBA- Playoffs, Rajon Rondo suspension
Friday morning, 11/1/13, at 7am we will be speaking with Arthur Morgan, the creator of Gather Baltimore! JOIN THE CONVERSATION!!!!!!! 347-215-9773
Gather Baltimore is a volunteer-based program, created by OSI fellow Arthur Gray Morgan, that collects unsold vegetables, fruit and bread from the Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar in downtown Baltimore and other sources for redistribution to local meal programs, faith communities, and others in need. The baked goods, fruit and seasonal produce collected would otherwise be thrown away as it will not stay fresh until the next market. Gather Baltimore insures that this food does not become waste but instead is made available to financially challenged families in communities where fresh healthy food is not readily accessible.
This show is dedicated to the silent fallen heroes who suffer and disappear with their pain into our streets and shadows. The men and women who suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Defending the Republic with Annie "The Radio Chick" and "Cool" Mike is an ongoing discussion of recent events, issues and the upcoming elections.
Special Guest: David Gaubatz, author of "Muslim Mafia"
Dave Gaubatz spent 20 years as an active duty USAF (Special Agent/OSI), 3.5 years as a civilian 1811 Federal Agent, trained by the U.S. State Department in Arabic, and was the first U.S. Federal Agent to enter Iraq in 2003. He is also a counterterrorism counterintelligence officer. Gaubatz currently owns "Wahhabi CT Publications" and conducts CT Research on behalf of high profile non-profit organizations. His website is here, and he can be reached at email@example.com.
It's a battle of Conservative values and principles in defense of our Republic!
You never know what we'll talk about: conservative, constitution, freedom, liberty, obama, tea party, gun control, republican, libertarian, stop white guilt, word
Throughout the 80's and 90's, The area around Seattle, Washington was gripped by fear. Fear that a serial killer was freely roaming the streets killing prostitutes. Many of the victim’s remains were found in the area of the Green River giving name to the nameless, faceless killer. In 2001 police were finally able to arrest a man named Gary Leon Ridgway as he was leaving his job at the Kenworth plant in Renton, Washington and he eventually admitted to and was convicted of killing a total of 48 women, but he confessed to killing even more. As part of a plea bargain that spared him the death penalty, Ridgway agreed to show authorities where he had dumped his victims’ bodies. Up until now Ridgway refused to speak to the press but he did have contact with one man, a former Air Force OSI investigator who believed that the victims’ families deserved to know where their loved ones remain ended up. He formed an organization of volunteers who have spent weekends for the past five years combing through the brush, using technology and information from Ridgway himself to uncover the secrets of the Green River Killer. Our Guest in this episode is that man, Rob Fitzgerald founder of Cadaver Team who will tell us his story and explain why he has continued the search for the Green River Killer’s victims long after the authorities gave up.
Also in this episode we welcome back economic expert, Author and NewsMax.com Contributor Todd Wood who gives us an update on the effects of Obamacare on the U.S. economy.
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The Bottom Line Sports Show Tuesday night edition is "back with a bang" we got the latest from the MLB Playoffs, "who's headed to the World Series, who's headed home". Our featured guest from the New York Football Giants Osi Umenyiora joins us to talk about the New Orleans Saints game and the season so far. Call us 347 324-5839 chat online with us online, or just catch the pod cast.
Have we got a treat for you! Actor Richard Anderson, who played Oscar Goldman on the popular series, “The Six Million Dollar Man” and “The Bionic Woman,” joins us Tuesday, July 30 at 7 p.m. on the A.K.A., Music, Art and Comedy Show on Blogtalk Radio.
Anderson is a accomplished actor who has made over 40 films. He starred in the hit movie, “The Forbidden Planet” with the late Leslie Nielsen and Walter Pidgeon, Gary Cooper's "The Cowboy and the Lady," Stanley Kubrick's "Paths of Glory,” "The Long Hot Summer" and "Compulsion." He appeared in the television series "Playhouse 90" with Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward. He's also worked with Spencer Tracy, Cary Grant, William Holden, Clark Gable.
Richardson is best known to television fans as Oscar Goldman, the OSI Washington boss of the "Six Million Dollar Man” and "The Bionic Woman." Anderson became the first actor ever to portray the same character in two different television series running concurrently on two different networks (ABC-NBC). He was nominated for an Emmy in the 1976-1977 season.
We have a musical guest, Travis Luce to rock the house at A.K.A., Music, Art and Comedy Show. This San Diego-based singer will talk about the release of his new CD this summer.
Join the Bottom Line Sports Show as we make history with our first ever 2 hour LIVE SHOW from 8 PM-10:00 PM/EST. The Bottom Line Sports Show kicks off the night at 8PM/EST with one of the top defensive ends in the NFL, from the New York Giants Osi Umenyiora. Osi will join us to talk about how the off-season has gone so far, the new stadium and of course the Lebron James to New York rumors. In addition to chatting with Osi, we will also be joined by NFL star wide receiver from the Green
Abu ?amid Mu?ammad ibn Mu?ammad al-Ghazali, more commonly known as Imam Al-Ghazali, was a 5th century scholar of Islam. Referred to by the unique title of hujjat al-Islam, or the "proof of Islam", he is also considered to be the reviver of the faith of his time. (The Prophet pbuh said every century will have a reviver of the faith.) His works were studied (and continue to be studied) by Muslims and non-Muslims alike.Here is an excerpt from Sheikh Ibrahim Osi-Efa relating Al Ghazali's story, a story which inspired and continues to inspire millions of Muslims to this very day...
T.G.I.F.F.F…Thank God it’s time for the Friday Football Frenzy. Join hosts Alan Zlotorzynski and Stephen Shoup as they bring you 3 hours of non-stop NFL and college football talk.
Tonight, the guys will have all of the up to the minute NFL news and notes. They will recap the week in free agency and tell you which teams are winners and losers to this point in free agency. Alan and Steve will also tell you who the best remaining free agents are and where they could play next season.
The dynamic duo will also examine the bracket of quarterbacks that ESPN used to breakdown the all-time best. Alan and Steve will chime in with who they believe were the best field generals to line up under center in NFL history.
The guys will address updated team needs, as the NFL Draft is just 19-days away. Speaking of the NFL Draft, Alan and Steve will continue their comprehensive breakdown of this year’s prospects. Tonight, the guys will breakdown the rest of the offense.
They gave you the QB’s and RB’s last week and this week will look at the WR’s, TE’s and offensive lineman. To cap off the Draft segment, Alan and Steve will have their latest “Mock Drafts”.
The guys finish the show with news and notes from the world of college football. Alan will have the’ Top 10 Players on The Rise for 2013”.
You will also hear interviews from around the world of sports talk radio from Tony Gonzalez, Mike Mayock, Osi Umenyiora, Wes Welker, Marcus Lattimore and others.
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Start getting your stories together, people because tomorrow we're talking about club stories. We all have at least one tale of the one night in the club when everything went right, or everything went ridiculously wrong! Tomorrow night we will tell our club stories from the days of classic Buckhead and other parts of the Atlanta area and we want to hear yours too from wherever in the world you are!
We'll also talk about the potential signing of Osi Umenyora for the Falcons and if that makes a real difference going forward. The Hawks will start playoff basketball in a few weeks, we'll talk about their chances, slim as they might be.
And of course Skrap is going to gloat a bit about the news that his alma mater, Georgia Southern, is rising from the ranks of "little guy" football to play big boy FBS football starting in 2015. Again, get those club stories ready, we want to hear them Tuesday night Inside The Tent with Skrap, Rod and B. Starr, and our boy Boyd at 9pm! See you then!
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Join host Scott King to discuss all things NFL and Scouting Combine. Special guest Draftek discuss upcoming draft.
Kolb to Bills Dwight Freeney still on market Teo pro day Jason Campbell to Browns Osi to falcons Tony Romo contract Follow Scott on FootballExtraPoints.com or @FBallXtrPoints
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Join us for our Weekly Thursday Night edition of The Dirty Word as we dive into the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. There will be 4 games played each on Thursday and Friday. We'll talk about the Cinderalla darlings FGCU and look ahead to their in-state showdown with the Florida Gators on Friday. We'll also talk about the snapped 27 game win streak of the Miami Heat. Have the Chicago Bulls laid the blueprint on how to stop the Heat? Also we'll talk about the Falcons' signing of Osi Umenyora and of course Hawks Basketball. It's another jammed packed Thursday nite! And be sure to call in at (619)393-2900!