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In the following podcast interview, Jeff Bathurst, Chief Information Officer of SC&H Group, discusses the firm’s new IT Advisory Services practice, and how companies can best leverage new innovations for business success.
We chat with Ben Jones of StateCollege.com to get an in-depth state of Penn State. On this show, we discuss Penn State's recruiting in Ohio, and how the coaching change at Maryland could impact that, whether Penn State's offense has improved, and why it was struggling to begin with. We also talk about Penn State's injury situation, Ohio State's inability to put a team away, predictions for Ohio State-Penn State, and other B1G chatter, including Michigan and Michigan State. Also, we talk about FIFA.
It's our annual #Thanksgiving show. Maybe we'll talk about #BlackLivesMatter. Maybe not. Whatever the case, be sure to drink your Ovaltine.
PROGRAM TIME: 8AM-10AM EST
Florence resident, Airline Pilot, 3 time Iraq War Combat Veteran (Bronze Star) and Seminary Graduate, Will Breazeale will be announcing his bid for the State House District 63 Seat live "In the Pickle Barrel". Mr. Breazeale has had an interesting but controversial past that will be fully explained during the program. Breazeale hopes to get out of "the Pickle Barrel" and into the State House Chamber. District 63 has experienced some turnover in the past twelve months with the resignation of Dr. Kris Crawford and the special election of local attorney Jay Jordan.
Jump "In the Pickle Barrel" as Breazeale makes his announcement and then sits down with us to discuss his past, the present and the future. Your questions and comments are welcomed in the online Chat Room and you are encouraged to call into the program to talk with Breazeale live on air.
Topic: THE STATE OF BLACK AMERICA
Join us at www.thesmokingglasshour.com and if you want to engage in the conversation dial: 773-897-6398
Let's talk about Solutions and not Focus on the Problem.
The National Urban League released its 39th edition of the State of Black America—Save Our Cities: Education, Jobs + Justice, evaluating these issues and their impact on equality in America.
The organization says “the state of black America is in crisis,” and the report’s findings provide a sobering but necessary look into the challenges affecting the black community.
I will be speaking to Trevor who is from Washington State. Trevor was out for a hike and came across some very large tracks walking across the road. I will be posting all of his photos tomorrow.
The tracks are some of the best prints I have seen.
I will also be speaking to Jeb who says "I took my 4-wheeler out to check out on my tree stand as I approached the tree stand I noticed it had been ripped off of the tree and looked like it had been run over by a truck. There was so much damage, I just could not figure out why someone would do that. I heard some strange vocalizations and decided to head back to my 4-wheeler, when I got to the 4-wheeler it had been flipped over.I just left the 4-wheeler moments prior.
I was able to flip my 4-wheeler back up and that is when the rock throwing started. I raced out of there. I told my father what happened and he told me that he had been chased out of that area by something big, black and on two legs.
Years later I had a visual sighting and I was not the only person who saw it. It looked like a large gorilla on the hill. He just stood there and watched us, finally it turned and walked over the hill.....it was weird"
My final guest tonight is Luke who had a very strange late night encounter. I had Lukes father on a few weeks ago and he shared what was going on around his property.
After winning their first title in 40 years back in June, the Golden State Warriors are at it again. The 11-0 start has made some wonder if this team can be stopped. Steph Curry is once again cooking up an MVP-type season. Even without head coach Steve Kerr at the controls, co-pilot and assistant coach Luke Walton has kept everyone together.
Who are Golden State's challengers? How good can this core be? Are we looking at the NBA's next dynasty? Is Golden State changing the way teams win the NBA title?
Join me for a conversation that's sure to be a splash. Join us at (347) 308-8219 to talk about the current state of the Warriors
PROGRAM TIME 8AM-10AM EST
Have you been looking for something to help you weed thru the field of GOP presidential primary candidates? It appears the light is shining on national security. Sadly, the terrorists attacks in Paris and the Syrian refugee issue has cleard many minds as to what is important. What are the candidates saying about these issues? What are the people telling the candidates? Donald Trump, Senators Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and Lindsey Graham hace certainly been letting their supporters and "could be" supporters know their stance. Also, a look at SC's move to stop Syrian refugees from entering the State.
We are thrilled to talk with, 12-year-old, Trey Best and his friend & coach, David Kitchens. On February 14, 2015 at the Myrtle Beach Marathon, Trey ran a 4:08:34 Marathon; breaking the previous South Carolina state marathon record (12-13-year-old age group) by more than 32 minutes which was set back in 2012. We are excited to hear from David and Trey as they recap this exciting journey. And, I am sure Trey will let us know what his next goal is!
Tonight I speak with two guests. My first guest shares with us three separate incidents that happened to him. The first guest writes "Brown County State Park, east of Nashville, Indiana spring of 1990. I was operating a crane during a change-out at Otis Elevator in Bloomington, Indiana 7 12 hour shifts for 2 weeks. My cousin was getting married in Columbus the next day and I was going to stay in Columbus, go to the wedding, then back to Otis for the last half of my shift. About 1-1:30 am I was coming to the entrance to the state park, in the middle of the road a guy was doing jumping jacks trying to get me to stop. I pulled over, pulled out my Rugar 10-22 just in case and stepped out of the van. Something was on the north side of the road about 30 ft. up. This guy was scared to death, I jumped back in the van, unlocked the door and he dove in. We were being pelted with good size rocks. The guy had crapped his pants and I don't blame him. In the rear view we could see the silhouette of this thing, it was big and pissed. We stopped at the gas station about a mile east and he changed into a pair of sweats I had in the back. We did not go back to check out what the thing was or if it was still there."
I will also be speaking to Tony who is a truck driver and had an encounter while on the job. He will talk about some recent sightings that he just had and talks a little bit about his research. Tony saw a creature on two legs running a long the highway.
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