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Welcome to Dead End Sports! This is the place where sports opinions collide. Dead End Sports is a weekly talk show covering college football, the NFL, college basketball, the NBA, baseball and more. We rarely agree.
On this week's episode, we'll talk about the Ray Rice suspension, the controversial comments from ESPN's Stephen A Smith, the Redskins name and if it should be changed and much more! Join us!
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If you don't know by now, the NFL's punishment for Ray Rice's actions toward his wife was a two game suspension. Does this open the door for athletes? Do you believe some players in the major sports will get the idea that they can "get away" with it like Ray did? What is your opinion? There are two sides to all stories. But, I am a proponent of being able to protect yourself. The "never hit a woman" rule does not give women carte blanche to do whatever they want, say whatever they want, etc. Especially in the times we live in now. Men will kill you, without blinking. Why put yourself in an ill position on purpose, especially with someone you "know" is violent. Now, if a man without any provocation or reason just starts beating a woman senselessly, there is no reason for that. Whoopi Goldberg and other women have said there is no reason a woman should put her hands on a man. And there is no reason a man should put his hands on a woman. But if a woman does so, she leaves the door open for a response. If you shoot a gun at someone, expect to get shot back. The reason this issue is so big, the essence that athletes, movie starts, musicians have an elevated right to do whatever they want, whenever they want and it's "swept under the rug" and "all is forgiven" after a period of time. It's not. You know there were women blaming Rhianna for getting beat up by Chris Brown? Does that sound reasonable?
The Arizona Cardinals had bad news with the drig suspension of Pro Bowl linebacker Daryl Washington. Jess and Seth talk about the implications. Should the team have paid him his bonus and kept Karlos Dansby around? Does he have a future in Arizona after the suspension? What will the Cardinals to do to replace him? Do the Cardinals have a chance to make the NFL playoffs in 2014, or are their chances done? Is Kevin Minter ready to be the leader and playmaker in the middle of the field?
With the NBA Finals set between the Spurs and Heat, we talk about the keys to the series and who we predict will win. Then we dive into the Daryl Washington suspension and what it means for the Arizona Cardinals and the NFL. Finally, we end the show giving our Super Bowl predictions and who will come out on top.
It seems like 3/4 of the league is either suspended, injured, or questionable each week, so if you're like me, you're at a loss on who to play. Check in for the latest injury report, who the must play players are, and some fan questions.
Just Blog Baby editor Chase Ruttig and cohost Rory Anderson breakdown recent Raiders news, events, rumors and happenings while taking calls from Raider Nation's most passionate fans.
Stephen A. Smith Suspended from ESPN and First Take for seven days for his comments on Ray Rice and the responsibilty of women in these situations.
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Dr. Greene and the principals focused on a variety of topics, but probably the biggest: the importance of shifting away from focusing on behaviors (and modifying them) and toward the problems giving rise to those behaviors (and solving them).
Slicks and Sticks is taking the auto racing and hockey worlds by storm! The team is aking you behind the scenes of NASCAR, touring the garage, straping in with the drivers, spending time on the ice with the players, coaches and staff!! Don't miss a second of the action with some of the best in the sports, our guest co-hosts, suprise guests , tailgates, giveaways and much more!
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Our #NHL thought of the day is: Which player AND team is your early season surprise? Joe Marraccino and Kristina Chambers will be talking about their early season surprises and disappointments and we are encouraging all the fans to call in and let your voice be heard! We are also going to talk about the Voynov suspension and league reaction inregards to his domestic violence charge. The team will continue their coverage on WPU Hockey and how successful their season has started out and much more!
Are parents responsible for the online conduct of their kids? Attorney Steve weighs in on this extremely important "digital age" legal topic. Your kids need to understand basic digital etiquette and what's at stake if they go around bullying or intimdating people online, even if it is just a prank. If the parents know about something and don't take corrective measures, they might find themselves in a position facing a state or federal lawsuit for the acitivites on facebook, youtube, twitter, instagram, text messaging, or even email, carried out by their kids. For example, if your kids engage in cyberbullying or copryight infringement, could the parents be sued? Could this lead to suspension at school?
It is always important to undertand that in our litigious world anyone can be sued for anything, so it is crucial that you build a relationship with your kids, understand them as people, but also to understand what they are doing online.
You owe it to them to protect their brand and their reputation as one screw up can leave them dealing with negative internet publicity, dealing with lawsuits and potentially impacting their future career potential.
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On this episode, we are going to have Producer/DP Adam Vnuk, Producer/Director Marc Dube & Producer/AD Dennis Broderick of Moongoyle Entertainment on to discuss the fallout from the "exposé" article written by Matthew Kauffman of the Hartford Courant that caused the suspension of educational professionals Adam Vnuk and Mark Foley. We will discuss and speculate on why the article was written, the impact it has had on Adam, Mark and Moongoyle Entertainment, the Connecticut Code of Professional Responsibility for Teachers and what is next for everyone.
If you have not had a chance to read my article on the subject, read it right here: Persecution in Connecticut: The Horror of Yellow Journalism, Fear Mongering, and Outright Cowardice of The Moongoyle Entertainment Controversy
We will be reviewing Scream Factory's The Squad as well as Inception Media Group's The Dead and The Damned II.
We will also be featuring several bands in our Metal Blade Spotlight!
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