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Well kids, like we promised things are back to normal around here and we're back on a Friday night. On this episode the Assassins look back on 2014, and discuss what 2015 may bring. Also on episode 99 we take a look at Destiny, and the hate surrounding it's Dark Below expansion, Ubi launches it's "Sorry we released a broken game" free games, Minecraft is the gift that keeps on giving, have you seen Notch's new house? Steam's Holiday sale threatens to take your christmas gift money, and Sony caves, all this and more on episode 99: Save the living room
Girl George & the Dragons Radio Show
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Matt Jergensen and Mike Randall from Baltimore Sports and Life discuss the latest on the Baltimore Ravens. Topics include: last Sunday's loss to San Diego 34-33, Torrey Smith, Eugene Monroe, Elvis Dummervil, Injury report, AFC playoff picture, Match-up for their Week 14 game with Miami, and much more. The guest is Sid Saraf from Fox Sports.com
Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:
* A new study shows a record low percentage of abortions
* A wave of pro-life legislation is expected on state legislatures across America
* A new short film by an 18-year-old director on mitosis will blow your mind!
This pre recorded, half hour segment of On the Money with Peter Hebert is titled "We are the 99 Percent." Special guest David Scoggins of California speaks with Mr. Hebert, just outside of the Imperial City - Washington, D.C. - on perspectives on the Tea Party Movement and the Occupy Wall Street Movements. These populists revulsions against the establishment - a corrupt and useless federal government in bed as the whore to the predatory and economically destructive financial sector - represent opposite sides of the same coin called We the People.
Join Gail Davvis and Jaee Logan for Listen Give Sound bites about music, arts, culture, society, youth, education and giving back.
Join us this week for a special segment this week where we have s Special Panel Discussion on Women and Men In Partnership in Business, Tech, Film, Music, Life and Culture. Our Special Guests are Margaret Nagle, International Film and Televsion Producer (Worldwide); Kaye-Ree, International Music Artist from Germany; Sean Southey, Executive Director to United Nations NGO; Delvene Pitt, Student from United Kingdom studying Theatre in New York City; Jean Wernheim, International Music Executive from Taiwan, China and Sweden; and May Haim Kotlarsky, General Counsel for one of the Music Industry's largest online media companies for Musicians and Artists.
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LISTEN GIVE WILL BE AIRING LIVE FROM JAPAN AND WASHINGTON, DC TODAY.
Tonight I announced my absolute last podcasts, that I'm DONE, moving on, and was VERY, very honest with my absolute most honest podcast EVER, with some harsh words for the negative people but also loving words for the positive people.
--clips from 'THE DARKEST HOUR' with Dai Green, Nita Burson, Jim Shippey were played with some commentary on a very special and important message
Enjoy, and I love you! (TO THE positive people)
To the negatives, this was our absolute final chit chat. XO.
This show will going into the current state of American affairs. How the racism, economic inequality, police killings, growing homelessness and poverty in Black America and the impending economic collapse of white America will force you to see things as they are and push you into the arms of Messenger Elijah Muhammad
COLLETTE FLANAGAN from Dallas, Texas, lost her only son when he was 25 years old on March 10, 2013. Clinton Allen was unarmed and shot 7 times by a Dallas policeman (once in the back), who has since been on administrative leave from the police force, without a gun or badge. Flanagan is founder of Mothers Against Police Brutality, which lobbies for change in police enforcement practices and accountability measures.
TONITE AT 9 PM EST WE HAVE ANOTHER EPISODE OF BLACK THOUGHTS AND THEORY:THE RADIO SHOW
Your hosts Lex Primeone/ Alex Primo & Runningcowboys Futureattorney will be discussing Black on Black Crime and how it is being used as an excuse to rationalize White on Black Crime and Police Brutality.
The high number of black-on-black crimes in America is mirrored by a high number of white-on-white crimes. The statistics don’t reflect pathologies, but they do reflect the continued socioeconomic segregation of races in America.
According to the most recent statistics, 83 percent of white murder victims are killed by other whites.
It’s only “black-on-black” crime that politicians, pundits and armchair sociologists regard as indicative of some sort of social pathology.
The "Black-on-Black crime" moniker is racist rhetoric functioning under the guise of concern for the state of Black America. People of all races -- Blacks included -- seemingly love to discuss how not killing our own and being more respectable will alleviate the effects of racism.
Call (917)889-2830 at 9 pm Eastern Standard time to listen or comment. That's just under 3 hours away so get your popcorn ready. It's going to be a hot one.
Operation: Next Chapter is “working with Soldier’s Angeles Project: Valour-IT to provided 100 voice-controlled, adaptive lap-top computers for military personnel who have lost the use of their hands. Vietnam Veteran and author Cym Lowell will donate 100 percent of the proceeds from the sale of his latest novel, Jasper’s War, to purchase these individually adapted computers which cost $500 a piece. The laptops allow warriors who are healing from amputations, paralysis, eye injuries, burns and brain trauma to stay in touch with their family and their units during their recovery period.”
Cym Lowell "was born in Montana to academics and spent his youth traveling the world. To put it politely, he was an undistinguished student, rewarded with assignment to the U.S. Navy at 18. After two years in Vietnam, college and law school were a challenge. Being a veteran in the political turbulence of the late 1960s and early 1970s taught humility. Raising three children in the Midwest and Texas brought love and responsibility. An international tax practice in the financial crises of the past 40 years provided insight into motivations of actors on the global stage. Friends, clients, adversaries, and colleagues, like victory and defeat, added color and context. The result is a writer with a treasure trove of experience to frame compelling characters enmeshed in heart-thumping challenges." Cym Lowell is the author of The Gift, Riddle of Berlin and Jaspar's War.
Show Me Cannabis Discussion held in KC, MO on Nov. 12, 2014