SORT BY Relevancy
A gossip is one who talks to you about others; a bore is one who talks to you about himself; and a brilliant conversationalist is one who talks to you about yourself. Today it's all about "Why I’m Glad Lil Wayne Is Retiring"...Thanks for tuning in.My Music App is now available for free.....download it here http://www.reverbnation.com/mobile-app/100325/velvetmafiamusic
Why You Need Hydrotherapy - swim spas, hot tub dealer in Mesa and Red Mountain, AZ. Call ? 480-969-6224 or go to http://www.SouthwestSpas.com - Hot Tub Clearance Sale, Best Prices on Hot Tubs, Used HotTubs, Swim Spas, 85142, 85225, 85224, 85286
Hot tub hydrotherapy is an effective way to fight pain and improve flexibility. Here are just a few reasons why you need hydrotherapy and how a hot tub can help.
Ramp Up A Fitness Routine
Using a hot tub is a practical way to rejuvenate muscles, alleviate aches and pains and increase flexibility.
Get a Better Night’s Rest
A dip in your hot tub 90 minutes before retiring is an all-natural way to promote sleep, contributing to a long, restful snooze.
Beat the Blues
A hot tub provides a relaxing environment where heat, massage, and buoyancy work together to calm the body and mind. Plus, elevated heat stimulates the release of endorphins- the body’s natural pain killer.
To encourage local residents to check out the benefits of using a hot tub to help improve their overall health and well-being, Southwest Spas is providing free test soaks at all their showrooms. We do recommend however that people wanting to schedule their free 30-minute soak call us ahead of time to reserve their spot.
To learn more about the benefits of owning a hot tub, pick up a copy of this free buyer’s guide “First Time Spa Buyers Most Frequently Asked Questions.” Just give us a call at 480-969-6224 or visit our website at: www.SouthwestSpas.com
Used Spas Mesa, AZ
Hot Tubs Red Mountain, AZ
Because Michael Tiller is retiring from the game show tape trading circuit on September 1st, one more discussion about game show tape trading is in order. Care to talk about your tape trading experiences? Join in on July 19th at 10:00 PM (EDT)
...Or at least retire. That's right, after 20 years of this stupidity, Wonder Show founder Jim the Radio Guy is retiring! Cue the parade of guest stars, hangers-on, and unwanted company to send him off! Don't miss this once in a lifetime Wonder Show Season Six Finale!!!
Senior Vice President, Chief Medical Officer, Safeway Inc.
Kent Bradley is senior vice president and chief medical officer of Safeway Inc. Since joining Safeway in 2011, he has led the company's health-care initiatives, including employee and consumer wellness programs. Bradley came to Safeway from the U.S. Army, where his assignments included duty in Iraq in 2003 as deputy commander of the 30th Medical Brigade, which consisted of nearly 2,500 personnel, four hospitals, and air and ground ambulance units, and chief medical officer/executive director of TRICARE Europe. Earlier, Bradley led health teams supporting humanitarian and peacekeeping efforts in Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Panama, Thailand and Rwanda. After retiring from the military in 2008, Bradley became a partner with Martin, Blanck & Associates, a health services consulting firm, and earned his M.B.A. at the University of Denver. He received his undergraduate degree from West Point, a master of public health from the University of Minnesota and a medical degree from the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview former NFL Player Wade Davis. Wade will discuss when he announced he was gay, what he does now, and Michael Sam.
Born in Little Rock, Arkansas, Davis grew up in Shreveport, Louisiana and Aurora, Colorado. He played college football at Mesa State and Weber State. In 2000, Davis signed with the Tennessee Titans of the NFL as an undrafted free agent but was cut after the preseason. Davis made his professional debut in 2001 with the NFL Europe team Berlin Thunder and won the World Bowl IX title with the Thunder. After spending the 2001 preseason with the NFL's Seattle Seahawks, Davis again played the 2002 regular season in the NFL Europe with the Barcelona Dragons. Davis then participated in training camps and preseasons with the Tennessee Titans in 2002 and Washington Redskins in 2003 before retiring due to injury.
In 2012, Davis came out publicly speaking about what it was like to be closeted and gay in the NFL.
Davis is currently executive director for the You Can Play Project, an advocacy organization working to eradicate homophobia in professional sports. He formerly worked at the Hetrick-Martin Institute in New York City, New York, as the Assistant Director of Job Readiness, where he helped at-promise LGBT youth learn life skills. His writings and interviews have appeared in The Huffington Post, The New York Times and Outsports.
In this episode of the JRNYMN Conference Call with Sean Pronger, brought to you by JRNYMN Wear and C3 Development & Representation, former NHL goaltender Corey Hirsch joins Sean on the call to reminisce, talk hockey and discuss the upcoming C3 Hot Stove Lounge in Calgary on July 11th.
Selected by the New York Rangers in the 1991 NHL Draft, Corey would go on to play for 15 seasons in the NHL and other leagues before retiring in 2006 as a member of the Malmo Redhawks in Sweden. He was a Memorial Cup champion with the Kamloops Blazers, a silver medalist at the 1994 Olympic Games and won numerous awards in the AHL before earning the #1 spot in Vancouver's crease in 1995.
Since retiring, Corey has become one of the top goaltending coaches and teachers, hosting sold-out camps every summer and working with some of the elite prospects with Hockey Canada. At the NHL level, his accomplishments as a coach are second to none and once again, his goaltenders have numerous awards.
Don't miss out on some interesting conversation with a great goaltender and an even greater goaltending coach - catch Corey Hirsch on the JRNYMN Conference Call!
7/8/14: We're talking key points from WWE Raw, fallout from WWE Main Event and your reactions to Santino Marella retiring and Anthony Cumia of The Opie & Anthony Show being fired! Also, your reactions to Emma being fired and rehired, Petey Williams retiring and more! Covering the latest in wrestling and entertainment headlines since 2011!!!!!
SPONSORED IN PART BY ZERO 1 PRO WRESTLING! BEGIN YOUR WRESTLING CAREER AT THEIR TRAINING FACILITY! FOR MORE INFO HEAD OVER TO FACEBOOK.COM/THEPROWRESTLINGSCHOOL
SPONSORED IN PART BY AUDIBLE.COM! SIGN UP FOR A FREE AUDIO BOOK & 30 DAY FREE TRIAL AT WWW.AUDIBLETRIAL.COM/THERCWRSHOW
WE'RE ON IHEARTRADIO!
Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! as Scott welcomes Pam Thorson and Susan Lawrence.
Pam Thorson is a licensed practical nurse, author, speaker, and full-time caregiver. She pioneered in the homeschooling movement from 1982-2006 and authored her first book, Song in the Night, in 2008. Her newest book, Out from the Shadows: 31 Devotions for the Weary Caregiver (Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas), pulls back the veil on the unique joys and challenges of caregiving. Pam resides with her family in the Northwest. Visit her at http://www.pamthorson.com.
Susan Lawrence grew up on a small farm in the heart of Iowa. As a small child she learned to love country life, writing stories, and her Savior, Jesus Christ. A graduate of Kansas State Teacher’s College, she taught special needs children for thirty-three years before retiring to devote more time to writing, speaking, and storytelling.
Susan has published two family devotion books, contributed to three anthologies, and written many articles for various Christian publications. Atonement for Emily Adams (Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas) is her first novel. Susan lives with her husband, Gary, the love of her life and her best friend of forty-four years. She is the mother of three and grandmother of seven beautiful and brilliant grandchildren. Contact Susan at: firstname.lastname@example.org.