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It was announced today that Tom Brady will be suspended 4 games for his role in "DEFLATE GATE". What a disgrace!! Come on folks, stuff like this is always going on in sports but because it is Tom Brady and the Patriots this is getting blown way of of proportion. Tune in Thursday to hear me rant about how Tom Brady a got 4 game suspension and yet Ray Rices intitial suspension (pre-video) was for 2 games. The NFL hit the team (Patriots) hard with loss of picks and a montetary fine, but the real loss maybe to Tom Brady's image. Call in and tell me if you think this hurts Tom or Not.
The Rangers / Capitals seies will be over by the time this shows airs, so we can dissect the hard fought series and if the Rangers are lucky enough to win gane # 7 at home (Wednesday) than we can break down the upcoming series for you.
The Yankees remain hot as they took 2 out of 3 from the Orioles (screw Buck Showalter) and CC Sabathia got his first win of the season tonite agaist the Rays in Tampa on monday night.
The Mets are playing well depsite a lack of hitting and poor fielding. Bartolo Colon has 6 wins already and Matt Harvey has been great except for the loss this past weekend.
Lots to talk about in the world of Music, with the final episode of That Metal show from last wekend. Lots of music news to go around for everyone.
Log on to blogtalkradio.com to listen in this Thursday May 14th to hear all of this and more. And of course I would love it if you guys called the hotline (347) 826-9934 and gave me your take on this weeks events.
See you This Thursday live at 6:30 pm
Tom Hayes and Ralph Peace discuss, "The Sugar Shack Days" re:The Sugar Shack Soul Nightclub in Boston, MA during the late 1960's and !970's! These were the days and nights of such amazing soul and R&B groups like the Four Tops, The ChiLites, The Manhattans, The O'Jays, Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes with Teddy Pendergast, The Dells, The Spinners, The Delfonics, James Brown, Curtis Mayfield and the Impressions, Lour Rawls, The Funkadelics, The Parliaments, Eddie Kendricks, etc.
Tom discusses the precepts of his book, "Success or Failure, The Choice is Yours".
Tom Has been nominated for the NON-PROFIT OF THE YEAR award. This award is presented to a West Valley based Non-Profit that offers outstanding contributions to the community by providing valuable services.The nominee demonstrates excellence in five areas - role in society, financial stability, fundraising, marketing and strategic alliances - all in the pursuit of its mission.
Sun City Country Club(SCCC), managed by Tom Loegering, is a non-profit corporation which has consistently supported the Peoria community. For example, a new, free Golf Program in Schools(GPS) was recently instituted at Peoria High School, which had 73 freshman students introduced to the game of golf. Over the next two years, all of approximately 3300 freshman, in all of Peoria's high schools, will be included, with an emphasis on motor skills, life lessons and adding opportunities for college and career scholarships. SCCC also supports the Spectrum Open, a fundraising golf event for Tom's free class for autistic children to develop motor and social skills, through golf. Tom is a member of the Peoria Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, the Peoria Education Foundation Board, and Founding Board member of the Golf Program in Schools. Tom also supports a weekly class for Eve's Place, teaching victims of domestic violence how to put their lives back together. Tom is a certified SCORE Mentor and has assisted many local small businesses in organization, development, and attaining success! And, he does ALL of this for FREE?!
Tony Davies is a retired British police officer, a historian, and actor who has appeared on the History Channel and the Yesterday Channel.
Tony visited the Upbeat Studios on April 30, 2015 with a captivating visit and account of the life and times of Sgt. Riley of the Cheshire Regiment of the British Royal Army during WW1. Today, Tony returns with his other 'creation', Sgt. Godley of London's Whitechapel Division who is leading the 'Jack the Ripper' investigation. Tune in for a trip back to Victorian England and one of its most infamous and heinous crimes.
Rebecca and Tom begin the first in a series entitled,"Watts Up?" They will examine podcasts created by the great metaphysical master and teacher who created a western and American movement toward the study of Eastern Thought, Religions and Mythology. Today they will listen and add 'color' commentary to Alan's lecture, "You created God in Your Own Mind"...Join us for a healthy analysis.
Theme: Are the baby boomers in trouble? You can fix it.
Bob Weinstein has built a career as a journalist, writer, author and syndicated columnist. He’s written 13 career books, published by major publishers such as Simon & Schuster, Harper-Collins, Macmillan, McGraw-Hill, Prentice Hall and Henry Holt. He created Tech Watch, the first weekly syndicated column, which was distributed by King Features (the Hearst Corp.) to large daily newspapers throughout the United States. His articles, columns, and commentary have been published in newspapers, magazines, and on websites throughout North America. Presently, he writes and edits the Sunday workplace section for four Hearst Media Connecticut daily newspapers, along with producing all their special advertising sections. Read more about the book at www.sowhatifim65blog.com.
Author of the book: SO WHAT IF I’M 65: Love Your Life, Get a New Job, Have Fun
Did we spend five years of our lives waiting and anticipating the so-called "Fight of the Century"? Yes we did, and what did we receive instead, the same ol' Mayweather. Mr. Floyd Mayweather, Money Mayweather to you and yours, tormented boxing fans with another boring, dull, and anti-climatic performance. As for Manny Pacquiao, it didn't get much better. After an acceptable beginning, he faded like Haley's comet. The real fight was in the NBA, between the Clippers and the Spurs. A game 7 for the ages! Join IntheZone for a special edition podcast to recap one of the most anticipated Saturdays in sports history.
Sports Illustrated legal anaylst Michael McCann and former NFL linebacker & NFLPA representative Ben Leber join Matt Chatham to dive into the details of the NFL appeals process, as well as any additional legal avenues available to Tom Brady and his legal team. Excellent NFLPA insight from Ben shedding light on how players got to the uncomfortable place they're in now regarding disputes with the league, as well as terrific info from Michael on the probable legal tactics for Brady in his attempt to exonerate himself and turn the focus on a league that forgot what "integrity" means.
Hosts Mark Ferraro @MarkFFerraro and Tom Murphy @murphytb break down all the latest sports topics on The Pigskin Pundits.
The guys will recap their recent fantasy baseball trade.
Tom sent Jose Bautista and Bartolo Colon to Mark for Marcus Semien and Shelby Miller.
What were the main reasons behind this trade?
Mark and Tom will also discuss the Dante Fowler Jr. injury.
What does this mean for the Jacksonville Jaguars moving forward?
Don't worry! They didn't forget about Tom Brady and Deflate-Gate.
Sit back, relax and enjoy the show!
Tom Hopkins carries the standard as a master sales trainer and is recognized as the world’s leading authority on selling techniques and salesmanship. Over 5 million people on five continents have attended Tom’s high-energy live seminars. Tom personally conducts 30+ seminars each year traveling throughout the world. He is the author of 18 books, including “How to Master the Art of Selling™,” which has sold over 1.6 million copies worldwide. His latest book is titled, “When Buyers Say No” and is receiving phenomenal reviews from sales professionals
Dr. Bruce Weinstein professional ethicist and amateur spoon player and known as The Ethics Guy. His new book is called THE GOOD ONES: TEN CRUCIAL QUALITIES OF HIGH-CHARACTER EMPLOYEES. It shows employers how to find people of high-character to work for them. It also shows job candidates how to ace their job interviews by using a technique none of their competitors are likely to use
Tom Kolditz Professor in the Practice of Leadership and Management and directs the core Leader Development Program at the Yale School of Management. A Professor Emeritus from the US Military Academy, he was responsible for Leadership, Psychology, Sociology, and Management programs at West Point for 12 years, and served as the founding director of the West Point Leadership Center. A highly experienced leader, Brigadier General (retired) Kolditz has more than 26 years in P&L level supervisory positions, serving on four continents in his 34 years of military service. He is a Fellow in the American Psychological Association and is a member of the Academy of Management