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This week Host Joseph Nizzari, Director of Training Operations with Line of Fire, LLC in Las Vegas, Nevada, and Co-Host Ben Pam will cover everything you need to know to legally build your own AR15 Rifle from a Stripped Lower Receiver and a Lower Parts Kit. We will address choosing the best components, where to purchase the parts, the tools needed, identifying the parts, how the parts operate, ammunition types, function testing, troubleshooting, maintenance, Federal Firearms Regulat
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Mondays: CFL Authors, Alumni players projects, the History of the CFL.
Wednesdays: Active Player interviews, Future Draft Players
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We're back tonight with another unpredictable, rabbit hole-filled conversation about sports, entertainment, and what's going on in the ATL and beyond! Our special guest joining us tonight will be running back/wide receiver, the electrifying, Nasira "Nas" Johnson, of the Atlanta Steam! We'll talk to Nas about Legends Football League, this weekend's match up against the Cleveland Crush at the Gwinnett Arena, and much more! Join us tonight at 9pm! Two Atlanta Natives Two Opinions One Love....the city of Atlanta!
Join us each Tuesday at 9pm for Inside The Tent :: ATL Talk Radio with Skrap and Rod Starr only on Blog Talk Radio.
Matt Jergensen and Mike Randall from Baltimore Sports and Life meet once again to discuss all the current news and on the Baltimore Ravens. Topics include: Bryant McKinnie's contract, A.Q. Shipley, A possible trade for a receiver, Impact of Ravens rookies, and more. Today's is Gordon McGuinness from Pro Football Focus. Retro Ravens segment #23 - Willis McGahee.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has a division called “Office of Minority Health”. The office was established in 2010 by the Affordable Care Act signed by President Obama. This agency is supposed to address “the needs of Americans who may be more vulnerable because of their race, ethnicity or other factors.
Persons with private insurance or continuity of care can not appreciate what a “poor” person with limited resources are subjected to. They are made to feel inferior and their care too often is inferior. There was a term used in the emergency room where in Pennsylvania where I trained as a medical student – “GOMER” which meant “Get out of my emergency room”. This term was used among nurses and doctors to describe someone that they did not want to treat or that they felt was a nuisance. As a medical student, I worked on the Navajo Nation, and as an anxious student physician, I was quick to adopt acronyms thinking that it made me seem more profession. Well, while working with the dispatcher and ambulance receiver, I heard the ambulance drive state: “ETA 5min, AFID”. I proceeded to inform the trauma team that an ambulance was on the way. “ETA” means expected time of arrival, but I did not know what “AFID” meant, but I repeated it anyway. Later in the shift one of the Navajo nurses took me aside and asked me why did I say “AFID” and I told her my source. She glared at me and said “AFID” means “Another F—king Indian Down”. I was shocked and ashamed. Neither the dispatcher nor the ambulance driver thought anything of it; they were Anglo, not Indian.
Black people in America are studied as if they are a separate species. There is “wonderment” as to the causes of extreme health disparities documented repeatedly in study after study.
(www.paxstereo.tv) Morning Coffee with Mario Talk Show - The Empress DeVeaux makes a surprise visit and helps us decide if marriage is really worth it.
Today's topics include Kanye West and Kim Kardashian making a BIG appearance at the Met, Whoopi Goldberg's unveils upcoming documentary about trailblazing comedian Jackie "Moms" Mabley, and finally we look at celebrities who sue their parents. In our crazy video segment we focus on "Cats From Hell".
In Nu New Sportz, the first round of the NBA playoff series is pulsating with surprises! Nate Robinson of the Bulls, Stephon Curry of the Warriors, Iman Shumpert of the Knicks, and Zach Randolph (Z-Bo) of the Grizzlies are making impacts in the first round. Which series are more entertaining and competitive between Warrior-Spurs, Heat-Bulls, Knicks-Pacers, and Thunder-Grizzlies? A very unlucky day finds former pro football wide receiver Titus Young experiencing two arrests in the same day!
In HOtt PiXX, we continue to rank the Hottest Female Celebrity Vampires of all time. Today's Finals features Evan Rachel Wood (True Blood, 2008), Kate Beckinsdale ( Underworld, 2003), Monica Belucci (Bram Stokers Dracula, 1992), and early favorite Salma Hayek (From Dusk Till Dawn, 1996)! Come on down! (05-08-13)
"Press Coverage: Jets Talk with Jon Presser" on the Football Reporters Online network, New York Jets discussion and analysis, live every Tuesday night at 8pm ET.
This week: Frankie from Flight 5 Live joins us to discuss rookie quarterback Geno Smith, and we break down the Jets' wide receiver depth heading into training camp.
On this episode of the FFToolbox podcast, we're talking about...the fantasy ramifications following the NFL Draft, including the Eagles QB situation, the Packers backfield and the Texans passing attack.. Host Ben Standig and FFToolbox writer George Bissell tackle these and other topics (Sanchez vs. Smith, Patriots wide receiver depth, Bengals tight end battle).
Matt Jergensen and Mike Randall from Baltimore Sports and Life meet for another episode of Ravens Rap.Topics include: complete breakdown on the Ravens 2013 draft, Left Tackle, Bryant McKinnie, Wide Receiver competition and more. Today's guest is Brent Harris from CSN Baltimore. Retro Ravens feature is #22 - Duane Starks.
Every now and then there's sports news that transcends just the sports world and can make an impact on society as a whole. Jason Collins recently provided that level of news. Raise your hand if you knew who Jason Collins was last week? That's what I thought... Jason Collins had previously been known as a journeyman role player in the NBA. Now he's going to be forever known as the first openly gay professional athlete to came out while still in the midst of his career. His outing sparked a fire storm of buffoonery from Miami Dolphin wide receiver Mike Wallace's nonsensical tweet, to ESPN "NBA insider" Chris Broussard making his personal religious beliefs public knowledge.
Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti and George "the Howitzer" Gerbo often provide legit insight. But where's the fun in that? These guys are at their best when the asininity reigns supreme. Mike has a few unpopular opinions on this issue (mostly involving Broussard). And has been busting at the seams to let loose. You shouldn't expect anything less from an elite media "heel" like the Buzz-saw.
After the dust has settled, your favorite sports genius' go back to one of their wheel houses. The gauntlet for Lord Stanley's Cup is underway. How do the guys seeing playoffs shaking out? Which top seed is on upset watch? Can the Pittsburgh Penguins win another championship with either an absent or less than 100% Sidney Crosby? Does any team have that 2012 Los Angeles Kings having "underachieved despite extreme talent and going to dominate" type of vibe?
NFL Draft winners and losers, NBA playoff talk, and ANOTHER chapter in the Lakers soap opera wrap up the latest gold edition of the HBS.
Ready and raring to go. The Howitzer and Buzz-saw conquer sports radio, one day, at a time....