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The Doc and the Dogman keep it rolling, as the duo preview the Florida State Seminoles match up against Boston College. They look back upon the previous week, and it's not-so-pretty win against USF, and put up an interesting wager. Tune in!
After a long bye week, the Doc and the Dogman are back to preview Florida State's game against the Wake Forest Deamon Decons. Shananigans are sure to ensue, but the duo has some serious business to attend! They talk the Noles QB situation, what we can expect from the Noles, and of course, lay out their high stake bet. Tune in!
The Redlight Sports Network brings you the Doc and the Dogman! Hosts Brandon Brown and Steve Burns discuss everything Florida State Seminoles Football. With the season right around the corner, the Doc and the Dogman preview the season, and discuss what fans can expect from the Noles in 2015!
COP KILLINGS LEAD TO CHICAGO & MINNESOTA BEING RED ALERT!
After the release of the video of La Quan McDonald in Chicago being executed by cops and the killing of Jamar Clark in Minnesota by cops which resulted in 5 protestors being shot by psychotic whites, cites are on Red Alert!
Was La Quan setup to be killed? Were the shootings in Minnesota orchestrated by an unseen hand?
Call in and let’s discuss the details of these cases that the mainstream media are not revealing and what should Black people do to protect themselves.
November 24 2015…11 p C/12 a E…CALL/CHAT/LISTEN~ 602-753-1697
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The Doc and the Dogman are back for their second show of the season. They preview the Seminoles season opener against Texas State. What can we expect from the Noles against Tx St, and for the rest of the season? The Doc and The Dogman have the answers!
Tonight's episode will be the normal riffraff plus a few special callers. Tune in for the full effect.
Perry “DOC” Black was born and raised in the great state of Louisiana in 1965. In 1983, two weeks after graduating high school, he left for his first tour in the Army. Perry hated the Army life and left the Army 3 ½ years later and became a steel fabricator in Louisville KY. After working for 5 years as a civilian, after losing his job due to involvement with union organizing. He then spent the next six months partying and one morning he woke up staring at the ceiling and decided to return to the Army. Perry decided he wanted to be an Airborne Ranger and was lucky enough to get a Ranger contract. Ironically enough, Perry had never heard of the 75th Ranger Regiment and was unaware of the destiny awaiting him in becoming such an influential member of the Regiment.
His career as a Ranger started when he arrived in 3/75th in July of 91. He is a combat veteran of the Battle of Mogadishu, Somalia in 93, which is the inspiration for the famous book “Black Hawk Down”, written by author Mark Bowden, and movie directed by Ridley Scott. Doc served in 3/75th, from 91-97. He then went to Task Force 160, where he worked as a Special Operations Flight Medic from 97-99. He returned to his beloved Ranger Regiment, at 1/75th, from 99-01 as BN Senior Medic. He was then selected to be the Joint Special Operations Medic Course, Ranger Liaison. He served as Trauma instructor and later became the first Ranger NCOIC of the Special Operations Combat Medic Course and retired from active duty in 2007. Some of his awards and decorations include the Bronze Star with Valor 3-Oct 1993, MSM x 6, numerous ARCOM’s and AAM’s, EFMB, CFMB, Ranger Tab and Aviation Crewmember Wings. His military courses and certifications include the US Army Ranger School, SERE-C, JSOMTC, Jumpmaster, NREMT-P, Scout Swimmer, JOTC, PLDC, BNCOC and ANCOC.
We all have seen the footage by now, and it is some of the wildest foolishness we’ve seen! A teenage female high school student is aggressively manhandled, grabbed, slammed on her neck, toss across the room and then violently arrested by her school resource (police) officer for violating cell phone privileges and “causing a disturbance in class.”
There are multiple factors involved in this entire situation. From the child’s “disruption” to the police factor in this school, to the violence perpetrated on these children! Where should our focus and criticism be in all of this? On our parenting and child parameters? Or on our institutions and specifically police brutality? Did the girl deserve what happened to her in any way? Or did the cop completely mishandle this situation and abuse her and his power?
What are some of your perspectives and questions about what you’ve seen and heard? How does this make you feel as a citizen?
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LOGAN STARK SOCIAL MEDIA COORDINATOR AT READYMAN,CONTENT MANAGER MANAGER AT BLACK RIFLE COFFEE COMPANY AND WRITTER AT AFGHANISTAN COMBAT FOOTAGE-FUNKER 530 Logan Stark
After his enlistment as a Scout Sniper in the Marine Corps, Logan Stark, attended Michigan State University where he created the documentary "For the 25," a memorial film honoring the 25 Marines lost in his unit's deployment to Afghanistan. Upon graduating he began blogging for Funker530 In August he accepted a position as content manager for the Readyman Network and Black Rifle Coffee Company. Last month he was able to be on set for the veteran funded Range 15 movie.
Captain John “Woody” Woodall is a retired Fire Captain from Raleigh N.C. He was the Chief of Operations with the North Carolina Fallen Firefighters Foundation from Feb. 2000 until Feb. 2011. He was the official liaison from N.C. to New York after Sept. 11, 2001. During this time Captain Woodall researched the best ways possible to assist the families of the 343 firefighters killed on 9-11. He found the FDNY Fire Family Transport Foundation who was in desperate need of transportation for the families. Through this research four fifteen-passenger vans were donated to the foundation and $380,000 donated to the Thomas Elsassor Fund. This fund was set up for non-line of duty deaths; two retired firefighters that were not in an official capacity were also killed on 9-11 trying to help others. During this time the firefighters of NC collected over $7,500,000 for the families of 9-11.
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