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One day a long time ago a young man lost his only brother, James Patrick Wooley, Jayce. When that young man wiped away his tears he clearly saw HIV/AIDS activism in his future. With a simple philosophy of wanting to help other families avoid the tears that he had to shed, Justin Wooley took his heart felt message and began to speak truth to power from the AFFECTED standpoint. Some 16 years later, Wooley is stronger than ever. Wooley since left his previous career as a City Planner, and now ser
The Bears look like a completely different team, and we will talk about the addition of head coach Marc Trestman and what he has meant, specifically to Jay Cutler. What is happening with the New York Giants and the Pittsburgh Steelers, and we will talk about which team is in more trouble now, and for the long term. A little Washington Redskins chatter. We will take a look at the Chiefs and Colts organizations, and talk about the similarities and differences. We are going to get into the struggles of Luke Joeckel, and try to determine what that means for Jake Matthews, Specifically, we will relating it to Johnny Manziel and his mobility and what that means for scouts. We will discuss Alabama prospects and the struggle they have to live up to their hype in the NFL. From a scouting perspective, we will talk about some of the reasons that scouts missed on Russell Wilson, but more importantly, what is the process in scouting a quarterback. Josh is going to go into an epic heart-wrenching soliloquy about college stats.
Hey kids, Antonius Block here with another installment of RADIO ULNA! This week's show is brought to you by: Roy Batty, because I just saw 'Blade Runner' for the first time tonight and holy shit that 'Tears in Rain' soliloquy. If I were you, I'd skip this noise and watch 'Blade Runner' instead.
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Mix #8 - "Perfectly Straight Lines"
Max Frost - White Lies (0:00 - 2:55)
Caught A Ghost - Somehow (2:56 - 6:32)
AOSOON - Under (6:33 - 9:51)
Dodos - Substance (9:52 - 13:21)
The Civil Wars - From This Valley (13:22 - 16:43)
Zola Jesus - Night (16:44 - 20:01)
Ty Segall - The Keepers (20:02 - 23:37)
HAIM - The Wire (23:38 - 27:40)
We Are Scientists - Something About You (27:41 - 30:52)
Aye Nako - Start Talking (30:53 - 33:29)
TV On The Radio - Mercy (33:30 - 36:39)
The Naked and Famous - Hearts Like Ours (36:40 - 41:08)
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If a person went through the shows archives, they might notice I've never explained what it is we call Freemasonry. I'd like to correct that oversight right now. Answering this question is like trying to tell a visitor to earth what we call love. I'm not that clever, so be kind when you digest it. Not a soliloquy but a least sincerely written...
In a sentence, freemasonry is opportunity. I find it pithy to refer to the oft repeated Hallmark Card version; "Freemasonry makes good men better" . I can't help explain that because I have no idea what it means.
It requires an initiatory ceremony to become a member. Beyond that, it poises choices. The secret so often sought out by the public is allusion to an impression held by each individual. I can tell you, but only approximate the occurance. If you want an opinion, my initiation was curious and old world. Did I reveal too much? Sorry about that...
Freemasonry can introduce a person to a way to deeper understanding, if the mind has capability and inclination. For many, entrance to the Order is sufficient. Of course this stratifies the membership as some, pursue deeper meaning while others do not. Just as some people crave practical knowledge, others crave concepts. Think of this by answering my question; if you want to construct a cathedral, can the stone mason in the quarry do it without the architects, can the architects work without the engineers and the engineers without the artificers? We create magnificent structures by blending skillsets and competencies. Freemasonry has the depth to provide for the range not the specific.
Admittedly, it was conceived of genius...