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It's time for the Super Bowl! And that means game predicitions, prop bets and analysis leading up to the big game between the Broncos and the Panthers in San Fran. But before we do all of that we also have the Iowa caucus' to discuss, the NHL All Star Game, the Puppy Bowl and our conspiracy of the week. It's an extra long episode of the Sam Mines Sports Show so make ure not to miss it...or listen to it later, it doesn't really matter.
The Panthers, Cardinals, Patriots, and Broncos are into the second to last NFL weekend but only two will survive to play for the Super Bowl! Who will it be? Well, listen to the Sam Mines Sports Show and you'll find out!* (Maybe, I can't make any promises because I can't predict the future). Should the NFL OT rules be changed? Are the Seahawks just a smoldering mess with a good QB now? Did Burfect ruin the Steelers? And why does Andy Reid do Andy Reid things? All that plus some Yoenis Cespedes talk as well.
Sand Dollars will be the topic of discussion on the all new Natures Wonders on Natures Talk Show. What are Sand Dollars?
A sand dollar shell looks sort of like a round white coin, which is where it gets its name. When you see a sand dollar that's washed up on the beach, it usually appears to be a round, white circular disk, typically one inch to four inches in diameter. When they're alilve they're actually a dark color, covered with short dark spines that look almost like fur. These spines are moveable, and the sand dollar uses them both to move around on sea bottom and to push small pieces of food to its mouth.
Just as the common sea star or starfish has five arms, most sand dollars have a pattern of five sets of pores on them. Those are used to move sea water into the sand dollar's body, which is then pumped to where it's needed to aid in movement or other internal functions.
On Sunday January 24th at 8pm est,7pm cst and 5pm pst. We look forward to you joining us. If you would like to join the conversation visit our chat room on our web page or call in to our studio number 1 -949-534-0637.
The Carolina Panthers vs. the Denver Broncos. Peyton Manning vs. Cam Newton. Two of the top defenses in the National Football League meet in the biggest game of them all. We'll discuss. Plus the Mets got Yoenis Cespedes back! The pro bowl lineups are set, B.O.B. thinks the world is flat, the Yankees are supposedly honoring David Ortiz and there's basketball and hockey to discuss. Tune in!
MEET: John Graves who has been the managing partner of a mid-sized independent financial advisory firm for 28 years. His interest in the world of shale gas and oil sprang up from a question a client asked, “Isn’t this fracking thing dangerous to the Earth?”
As a concerned citizen and as a financial analyst, he approached the industry from the bottom and worked his way to the top.
He has visited frack rigs in Texas, refineries on the Gulf, pipelines in the West.
The New York Jets blew their opportunity to get into the National Football League playoffs with their loss in Buffalo against the Bills over the weekend which we will discuss as well as the upcomming NFL playoff matchups. Pittsburgh vs. Cincinnati, Kansas City vs. Houston, Minnesota vs. Seattle and Washington vs. Green Bay. We will break down the matchups and make our picks. Plus NHL, NBA, MLB, MLS and the non sponsored hot take of the week which you can only get on the Sam Mines Sports Show so tune in!
I will start off the hour with Yuri Rashkin from Defend Wisconsin News Round-Up. We will be talking about the news of the week in Wisconsin. Following Yuri, I will have Scott Wittkopf from Badger Democracy. We will be talking about the sand fracking mines located in Wisconsin.
I will start the second hour talking with Charles Uphoff, who is running for the 80th Assembly District . After Mr.Uphoff, I will talk with Mike Gorden, who has been following the Occupy Movement. And I will finish out the show with Shahla Werner, the Director of the Sierra Club Chapter in Wisconsin. We will be talking about the oil spills that happened last month in Wisconsin.
All starts at 9am! Call in numbers are 877-497-1797 or 310-742-1896
Your weekly sports update including recapping the NFL Wild Card games and previewing the NFL Divisional Round games. What's a worse way to lose: Cinci or Minnesota? In the battle of the boroughs Brooklyn was victorious over Manhattan this week with the Nets and Islanders defeating the Knicks and Rangers. The Giants have a new head coach (it's not Brad Childress) and do the Mets really expect Yoenis Cespedes to accept their one year offer when he supposedly has a five year deal on the table from the Orioles? All of this and more with Dave Miller and myself from 5-6 PM today!
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And he came to Nazareth, where he had been brought up: and, as his custom was, he went into the synagogue on the sabbath day, and stood up for to read. 17 And there was delivered unto him the book of the prophet Esaias. And when he had opened the book, he found the place where it was written, 18 The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised, 19 to preach the acceptable year of the Lord. 20 And he closed the book, and he gave itagain to the minister, and sat down. And the eyes of all them that were in the synagogue were fastened on him.
Virginia City was a boomtown with the 1859 discovery of the Comstock Lode, the first major silver deposit discovery in the United States, and numerous mines were opened. At the city's peak of population in the mid-1870s, it had an estimated 25,000 residents. The mines' output declined after 1878, and the city declined.
However, many in the now historic town say, some of the residents have never left. And as this ghost town has become more of a tourist attraction, one of the attractions the town now offers is ghost tours. Paranormal investigators from all over the world come to the Nevada playground to find who's still hanging out in the saloon or sleeping in the old hotel.
Debbie Bender is part of the team that runs the Virginia City Ghost Tours. The stories and experiences she has from this old mining community are eerie, intriguing and mystifying all at once. You can find them at www.virginiacityghosttours.com. Debi will explain the history of the town from then, until now. We'll talk about who's still wandering around. And how ghost hunting has brought new 'life' to an aged community.
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Psalm 139:17-18 (KJV)
17 How precious also are thy thoughts unto me, O God! how great is the sum of them!
18 If I should count them, they are more in number than the sand: when I awake, I am still with thee.
Kathleen Wirt has owned and operated the legendary 4th Street Recording studio in Santa Monica, California for twenty-seven years, and has been the sole owner since 2001. Listed by The Hollywood Reporter as one of - LA's Temples of Sound - and as one of the - Top 10 US Studios Under $100 an Hour - 4th Street features vintage analog equipment and a floating tracking room encased in sand.
In the early years, Kathleen was unwilling to allow the studio to sit empty when it was not booked, so she read the trades and frequented clubs, offering spec deals to bands that seemed promising. As 4th Street's client base grew and the studio gained in reputation, people credited not only the skills of its producers and engineers, but also Kathleen's scouting and promotion.
Twenty-seven acts have been signed to record deals through 4th Street Recording, starting with Fiona Apple, whose spec deal recording of - Shadowboxer - became the first single on her Grammy-nominated multi-platinum album -Tidal. Next came Incubus, Alien Ant Farm, and Hoobastank, all to become platinum-selling artists. The most recent is The Neighbourhood, whose 4th Street EP led to their signing to Columbia and a double-platinum radio hit, - Sweater Weather.
Kathleen is a member of NARAS, and is the Vice President of Los Angeles Women in Music. She also works to discover and nurture production careers through 4th Street Recording's internship program, which has helped launch the careers of many young producers and engineers.
Music in this show by:
Lullaby by Tamar Roxx
Tonight by Little Galaxies
Soldier's Song - 4th Street Version by Lakotah
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