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Who'd have thunk it? Ted Thompson, apparently working until the wee hours of the morning, landed his first free agent from another team in...um...five years? Six years? Well...A REALLY LONG TIME! 34-year old Julius Peppers, recently of the Chicago Bears, comes north of the border to join the Green Bay Packers as a rushing defensive end, and instantly adds some credibility to the pass rush, as well as some guesswork as to how Dom Capers plans to use him (or change things to maximize his impact).
Join the From the Benches gang for a great chat tonight on the Packers Talk Radio Network.
From The Benches is the latest podcast from the Packers Talk Radio Network, featuring hosts Jacob Westendorf, Ross Uglem,
In the wake of the Packers' signing of Julius Peppers, Acme Packing Company's Brendan Kennedy and Jason Hirschhorn fire up the podcast machine for an emergency episode.
Chris and Adam are forced into action by Mr. Ted Thompson after he started utilizing this tool called Free Agency. Ol' Bag of Donuts gives their take on the Packers' Letroy Guion err...Julius Peppers signing, Shields, Neal, Raji and all the other moves from Green Bay. They also give a glimpse and predict how the front seven and the future of Johnny Jolly will play out.
Chris Lempesis and Adam Somers bring their offbeat brand of podcasting to Packers Talk Radio Network, with the latest rumors, news, and prognostications about your Green Bay Packers.
Follow them on Twitter at @olbagofdonuts and @ASomers_time and stay tuned to Packers Talk Radio Network every week for more of Chris and Adam! And head on over to the PackersTalk iTunes account, subscribe, and enjoy great Packers podcasts nearly every day of the week!
Today on the BeachLifestyle Radio Show, Host Neil Haley will interview former member of the recent Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductees, The Red Hot Chili Peppers! Please welcome drummer D.H. Peligro to the show!
D. H. Peligro is the longtime and current drummer for legendary San Francisco punk band Dead Kennedys. In 1988, he joined the Red Hot Chili Peppers, replacing Jack Irons, before being fired for drug and alcohol issues. He has released three albums with his band Peligro: Peligro (released in 1995 on Jello Biafra’s Alternative Tentacles record label); Welcome to America; and Sum of Our Surroundings, which won Rock Album of the Year at the 2004 American Independent Music Awards. He also recently recorded a cover of Jimi Hendrix’s “Purple Haze,” which was nominated for a Grammy Award. He lives in Los Angeles.
In 1988, Peligro joined the Red Hot Chili Peppers replacing drummer Jack Irons. D.H. had been friends with the band for years and at one point was in a joke band called “Three Little Butt Hairs” with lead singer of RHCP Anthony Keidis, and bassist Flea! Peligro helped write some songs on the band’s fourth album, “Mother’s Milk”.
D.H. recently wrote a book called “Dreadnaught: King of Afropunk”. You can order the book on amazon!
The Doom and Bloom Hour, May 4, 2013 with Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy discussed the crazy weather this country is experiencing. We will review our upcoming schedule this June and some changes coming to www.doomandbloom.net and our store site. Dr. Bones goes into details regarding thyroid issues and the recent shortage of medications to treat low thyroid. Nurse Amy shares helpful hints on growing peppers in your garden. WWW.DoomandBloom.net.
There's all these hashtags flying around but one that I keep seeing and am really loving is #momager. What is a momager? In short a momager is a mom who spends a lot of their time being manager to their kids careers whether it be sports or the arts. Join her, she, me and my guests Ms. Robin Peppers-Hunt and Ms. Leslee Deanes as we discuss the balancing act of being a #singlemom and a #momager.
Guests: Robin Peppers-Hunt and Leslee Deanes
We have a HUGE show lined up today, so we decided to start earlier!
Former Wisconsin Badgers guards Ben Brust and Jordan Taylor come on the show to talk about their NBA Summer League experiences in Las Vegas. Have they had a chance to enjoy themselves down in Vegas, and what's the harder competition - playing against their teammates, or the other NBA teams?
BadgerNation's Ben Worgull helps Jake preview the Wisconsin Badgers offense. Who has the edge at the quarterback position: Tanner McEvoy or Joel Stave? How will the recent roster attrition affect the wide receiving corps? He'll let you know.
Plus, we start our Packers positional previews as well. How will the defense look now with Julius Peppers opposite Clay Matthews, and who will start at safety opposite Morgan Burnett -- Ha Ha Clinton-Dix or Micah Hyde?
Can't forget Milwaukee Brewers and British Open talk, too! Listen in!!!
This Saturday, Critical Discourse is pleased to once again, bring to the table, Clint Hinson, scientist, researcher and creator of Vitale, Life-Structured Water.
He’s been on before, and has literally changed the way I’ve seen water and its vital role in health preservation and enhancement.
I cannot emphasize how important the subject is, as all of our lives, we’ve missed a critical aspect of how not properly hydrating, has been responsible for diabetes and high blood-pressure.
Indeed, “My people suffer for lack of knowledge”.
Though we are winding down the Month of Ramadan, we also want to discuss some of the foods we can eat, to maximize the nutritive aspect of sa’um (fasting).
So tune in to participate; ask questions, comment and contribute in this important effort in the healing and re-pair-a-tion of our people.
South African singer-songwriter-guitarist Jonathan Butler is tending to his herb garden at his suburban Los Angeles home. Growing tomatoes, bell peppers, rosemary, sage and thyme, his new pastime that he says gives him “a new sense of heaven,” is part of a mindset he has cultivated that he has dubbed “the season of me.” The musical counterpart to this harvest season in the two-time Grammy® nominee’s life is Living My Dream, a bountiful feast of organically nurtured contemporary jazz instrumentals and soul-mined R&B vocal cuts—all original songs that he produced and tracked live in the House of Blues studio in Los Angeles.
“Each album is a page of your life and this is the season of Jonathan Butler, the season of me. It took years for me to be able to use the term ‘living my dream.’ I had to grow in my confidence and comfort and security first,” says Butler. “It’s one of those albums that I really didn’t think I had in me. I had been struggling, going through this emotional period. Last year was a transitional period. Once I got my wind and got back to a place of focus, it turned out to be the best experience for me. I had to be vulnerable to the songs. It was magical tracking the album and I felt surrounded by the positive vibes from everyone in the studio, especially [daughter] Jodie [Butler] and Dennis Dodd, Jr. They beat me up to write every day. They motivated and pushed me, and kept me focused. When others believe in you, it’s nothing to take lightly. Jodie and Dennis believed in me and I think we did something great on this album. I kept the production natural. These are all original compositions that came from the heart. It’s a classic Jonathan Butler album.”
Sports talk and discussion with an attitude for the passionate and hard core fan. Today Bo welcomes Green Bay Packers correspondent Brandon Cassiday to talk about the Packers off season acquisitions such as Julius Peppers as well as a draft that saw them end up with Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Davonte Adams, and more. Did Green Bay do enough to hold onto their top spot in the NFC North? How much will they miss the departed James Jones in their wide receiver corps and is Andrew Quarless ready to step in at tight end for Jermichael Finley or does the answer lie somewhere else on the roster
The Packers have started their OTA's and have a lot of questions comming out of OTA's and Tyler Dunne, a Packers beat writter with the Milwaukee Jounal Sentinal and JSOnline joins the show to talk about the OTA's.