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  • 00:14

    one thought golf

    in Golf

    a look at the world of golf

  • 00:13

    one thought golf

    in Golf

    a review of the Masters

  • 00:55

    Real in the Field Gulls: Phil Savage breaks down the NFL Draft scouting process

    in Football

    Real in the Field Gulls is back, and this week Kenneth and I are joined by Phil Savage (@SeniorBowlPhil), the Executive Director of the Senior Bowl, an ESPN 'Insider,' SiriusXM and Crimson Tide radio analyst, and former former NFL personnel executive (Eagles '11-13), General Manager (Browns '05-'08), player personnel director (Ravens '03-'04), college scouting director (Ravens '96-'02), scout (Browns '93-'95), and coach (Browns '91-'92).

  • 00:08

    one thought golf

    in Golf

    masters update
     

  • 02:00

    Field Afrikan News: Dissecting Current News Events In Black America

    in Politics

    On this episode of Field Afrikan Radio we will discuss various current news events. It will range from the love affair Black people have with the show Empire to more cop killings to Common's comments etc. Trust us, there are many lessons to be learned from the current events in Black America. We would love for our listeners to chime in on what current news events they want to build with us on. Join us.

  • 02:06

    Urban Therapy with Sun #129 Babymoms/dads vs The Mother/Father Of Your Children

    in Parents

    Yeah babymom  and babydad sound like the same thing as the mom or dad of your child or children because both situations involve children that were born out of wedlock but are they the same thing?
    It's hard to argue that babymom and babydad are negative titles. When people use the terms it's often to describe someone that they don't have a lot of respect or admiration for. Some people cringe at the sound of the terms because they're not even real words. They're words that we use to identify others but hardly ever like them to be used to describe us. These words have saturated pop culture like a mug! We never thought we would hear these kinds of terms on t.v. but we sure do.
    Think about the characteristics that usually fit the bill of a babymom or a babydad. Save them for the show.


    When you refer to the other parent as your children's mother or father it has a more positive tone to it. It shows that you acknowledge someone as a parent and as a person. This could be the result of a more positive experience with the other parent or it could simply be that you see that using negative terms to refer to a person that you had a child with can't do much good for you or you children.


    This is a very important show that will effect a whole lot of people so bring all of your co-parenting feelings and stories and let's see why you refer to the other half of your child as your babymom/dad or the mother/father of your children.
    Either way we'll learn and teach a lot just like we always do.

  • 02:00

    What is Universal School Of Thought?

    in Education

    Join us as we have open discussion regarding what the universal school of thought is about, our purpose and the future of the movement.....Round table format is when callers are placed live on the air immediately after pressing the number 1 on the touchpads of the phone. We gonna discuss a lot of the things we've been doing, are doing and are going to be doing......Join us and add on

  • 00:16

    one thought golf

    in Golf

    a look at the world of golf
     

  • 00:15

    one thought golf

    in Golf

    a look at the world of golf

  • 00:31

    Robert Thompson's Thought Grenades

    in Business

    Keith Hammonds, COO of The Solutions Journalism Network joins Robert Thompson and co-host Mike Neiss as they continue their Leadership and the Common Good theme. Keith comes to the Network from Ashoka, where he started and led the News & Knowledge Initiative, advancing the work of hundreds of social entrepreneurs in media around the world. He also has been executive editor at Fast Company magazine; a bureau chief and editor for BusinessWeek in Boston and New York; a writer for The New York Times in London and Johannesburg; a consultant to New Nation in Johannesburg; director of an emergency food distribution program in Namibia; and (currently) coach of the Firebolts, a fearsome girls soccer team. Leadership for the Common Good is a new Thought Grenades series highlighting real leaders demonstrating real leadership and solving real problems in real time. Practical, simple and effective ideas on how you can make a positive difference for yourself, your organization and the world. Oh, and we have fun too! Listen live Mondays at 10 a.m Pacific, catch it here, or subscribe oniTunes and listen when convenient.

  • School of Thought

    in Prayer

    School of Thought by Rabbi Khannah Josué is an interactive and engaging program that will take its audience on a journey of spiritual and self–discovery on how to navigate everyday life using Biblical principles.