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  • 00:45

    NFL Week 4: Cardinals vs. Rams preview with SB Nation's Turf Show Times

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    For the second week in a row, the Arizona Cardinals will play at home against an NFC West foe. After dismantling the San Francisco 49ers 47-7. they now take on the St. Louis Rams, who perhaps should be known as the St. Louis QB assassins. In two outings last season, Carson Palmer and Drew Stanton both had their seasons ended. Just last week, they took down Ben Roethlisberger. 

    Host Jess Root talks to 3K from Turf Show Times and discusses the physicality of the Rams defense, among other things. As Tyrann Mathieu wondered the other day, why isn't this team a Super Bowl team? They talk about the Jeff Fisher era and the seeming ability of the team to underachieve and overachieve all in a single season, always seeming to end up with 7 or 8 wins. 

    Nick Foles, Aaron Donald, Todd Gurley and more are discussed. 

    Enjoy the show and head on over to Revenge of the Birds for all the best Arizona Cardinals content

  • 00:59

    NFL Week 2: Reviewing big Arizona Cardinals win over Chicago Bears

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    The Arizona Cardinals are now 2-0 after having demolished the Chicago Bears 48-23 on Sunday at Soldier Field. What was the good and what was the not so good? Well, there obviously wasn't that much to complain about, as the Cardinals rolled to a 25-point win, but thereare some things to wonder about. Hosts Jess Root and Seth Cox discuss the biggest stories coming out of the game. 

    Chris Johnson had a steady 72 yards and it was exactly the type of performance the Cardinals needed. Combined with David Johnson, this duo looks like a better version of Rashard Mendenhall and Andre Ellington, only this time we should be fine with the limited touches for Johnson. 

    Seth points out Michael Floyd showed some bad body language when he wasn't getting the ball thrown his way. 

    What about Bobby Massie? The tackle was reinstated and the team kept all their linemen, choosing instead to cut Kerwynn Williams. 

    Have a listen to the show and continue the conversation over at Revenge of the Birds. 

  • 00:46


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  • Sweet Revenge

    in Motivation

    A legendary and old school player joins me to discuss tech, the latest tournament and more!

  • 01:01

    Arizona Cardinals Week 3 review: Everything's good after demolishing 49ers

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    The Arizona Cardinals are 3-0! They made roadkill of the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, defeating them 47-7 behind four interceptions of Colin Kaepernick, including two returned for touchdowns in the first six minutes of the game. Carson Palmer threw for over 300 yards and two scores. Chris Johnson ran for 110 yards and two scores. Larry Fitzgerald caught nine passes and two scores. 

    What was there to talk about? Pretty much only good things. Hosts Jess Root and Seth Cox talk about all the good things going on and can only nitpick about the things of concern. 

    They talk about the offense, the running game and how three players in their 30s are playing like it is 2009 and they all are in their physical prime. 

    They talk Bobby Massie rejoining the starting lineup and what happens when Andre Ellington is healthy. Then they address a little bit of what Bruce Arians talked about with crowd noise at home. 

    Have a listen and get great Cardinals talk. 

  • 01:06

    Analyzing Matt Barkley trade, Arizona Cardinals roster cuts, practice squad

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    We are finally here. It is Week 1 of the 2015 NFL season. The Arizona Cardinals made their final roster moves. They inexplicably traded for quarterback Matt Barkley, made their final cuts to get to 53 players, formed their 10-man practice squad and have a new depth chart. That's a lot to go though. 

    Hosts Jess Root and Seth Cox go through each. They give their thoughts on the trade for Barkley and question giving up on Logan Thomas so early, especially since he was seen as a project and he did seem to show progress and improvement. 

    They play a little GM and explaoin what they would have done differently with the final 53-man roster. Then they talk about the practice squad, waivers and the first depth chart. 

    Have a listen to the show. Then head on over to Revenge of the Birds to keep the conversation going. 

  • 01:09

    Arizona Cardinals preseason game 2: The good, the bad and more to discuss

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    The Arizona Cardinals lost their second straight preseason game, falling at home to the San Diego Chargers on a last second field goal 22-19. The result isn't all that important, as it is still just the preseason. But hosts Jess Root and Seth Cox find plenty to talk about, as they go over the positives from the game and the issue that came up. 

    They talk about the offensive line and how it went from being a great strength to a line with only established NFL starter to start the season. Will Earl Watford be able to overtake Bradley Sowell at RT in Bobby Massie's absence? What about the battle between Logan Thomas and Phillip Sims for QB3? 

    All this and more on Revenge of the Birds Radio.

  • 00:03

    The Devil Tried To Kill Me But God Said No!!! Breast Cancer Didn't Win!!!

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    From the early age of 5 years old Maxine was molested to being rape at the age of 13 years old. Then being in a Domestic Violence relationship and not being able to get revenge. Maxine have 7 sisters and 2 brothers. Her baby sister preceded us in death. All of her immediate family has had some form of cancer but are beating odds and still living and praising God. Her dad died at the age of 42 with a massive heart attack and her mother at the age of 59 with Uterine Cancer. There are 5 members aunts, sister, nieces and cousins that have had breast cancer and they all have beaten the odds.

  • 00:55

    Dreamvisions 7 Radio Podcast with Dr.Bernie Siegel

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    Mind Health Matters with Dr Bernie Siegel


    Violence Versus Reverence for Life


    Violence and all the headlines versus reverence for life 

    Why do we choose to seek revenge rather than heal our lives and relationships?

    When is anger appropriate?

    How can we all make a difference?

    Tags: violence life reverence  anger health


  • 00:48

    Working Girl, 1988

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    Savvy New York City receptionist Tess McGill (Melanie Griffith) gives her conniving boss, Katharine Parker (Sigourney Weaver), an excellent business tip, but Katharine simply steals the idea without giving due credit to her secretary. After Katharine winds up in the hospital with an injured leg, Tess decides to exact revenge. Pretending to be her boss, Tess initiates a major deal with an investment broker (Harrison Ford) -- but things turn ugly after Katharine finds out what Tess has been up to.  Directed by Mike Nichols.

  • Ep. 120 The Rising Apple Report: 'Twas the night before Game One; NLDS Preview

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    We have reached the eve of the New York Mets first playoff game in nine years.

    Senior staff writer Michael Lecolant will host Friday evening's Rising Apple roundtable discussion, with site editor Danny Abriano, staff veteran Rich Sparago, and recent additions to the team Jack Irving and Devin Lintao, providing all the Mets analysis, opinion, and insight one could reasonably ask for.

    Allowing us to share her omniscience in all thing Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers will be my friend and our featured guest, Emma Amaya from A Dodger Blue World at MLBlogs.

    When the Brooklyn Dodgers and New York Giants eloped hand in hand to California, they left behind a lovechild whom the jilted citizens of New York City named the Metropolitans, or Mets for short.  The histories of these three teams, therefore, will forever remain intertwined.

    Generational differences finally came to a head when the old establishment Los Angeles Dodgers took their expansion era junior to task during the 1988 National League championship series.

    After 18 mostly trying seasons, the Mets finally exacted their revenge upon the Dodgers during the 2006 NLDS.

    Friday evening, and for only the third time in their respective histories, the New York Mets will oppose the Los Angeles Dodgers in post-season play.

    Family feuds are usually the worst kinds.

    Welcome to the 2015 NLDS folks.  And welcome to the 120th episode of the Rising Apple Report.

    The show starts at 9:00pm (ET) sharp!  Of course, you're welcome to participate.  The number to call is 646-929-0337.