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We could have taken the week off. We could have taken a cue from the rest of the footballing world and enjoyed a little bit of time on the couch. Or done like Saido Berahino and made use of the 7500 to Holte private jet. We could have followed the Brad Guzan route and gone for a walk in exotic Washington, DC.
But no, we came back for you. And besides, I can take that walk in DC after we record.
We're here to help get you through the international break! And what better way to do that than by casting our gaze back on the Summer transfer window. We'll also talk a bit about the match against Sunderland. And of course, we take your questions from Twitter.
We're back to review some USMNT action!
0:00 - 14:15 Talking transfer window, John Stones staying at Everton, David de Gea staying at Man Utd, DeAndre Yedlin going to Sunderland.
14:15 - 17:05 Refugees welcome in Germany.
17:05 - 41:00 Analyzing USMNT v Peru, including the major difference between the first and second half.
41:00 - 51:30 Previewing Tuesday's USA vs Brazil game.
51:30 - 56:00 Brief review of England U-21s vs US U23s.
Jack and Robert are back with the first Holtecast in 2015! Since we last talked, Villa have scored two goals in five matches and still have a record of 1-3-1 in that span. So how does that work? We'll be diving a bit into the holiday results to see if we can figure anything out about this crazy mess of a team right now.
And then of course, there's the big story looming over everyone's heads right now: the January transfer window! Will Fabian Delph leave? What about Ron Vlaar? Will Paul Lambert be able to do anything useful given what are surely limited funds?
We'll also take a look, at roughly the midway point of the season, at Villa's best and worst players of the year. As always, you can subscribe to our audio feed using iTunes, Stitcher, BlogTalk Radio, or pretty much any other podcasting service you can think of. And if you like video instead, feel free to subscribe to our YouTube channel. Thanks for listening!
On today's show, Marie dishes about her local festival and community events in the greater Boston area. Then, you'll learn what's on the bestsellers list for this week. Listen in to find out what's happening on Concert Window and Second Life. Lot of great shows coming up. Let's connect on Twitter and Pinterest!
Featured Book (s)
Is Everyone Hanging out Without Me? (and other concerns)
Heat Transfer Paper has been a staple of our industry for years and with the recent uptick in the laser transfer market, Terry and Aaron invited a guest from the paper company who has been the gold standard in transfer paper for years. We are excited to welcome Charlie Myers from Neenah Paper to talk all things Transfer Paper with us. We will get into the history of Neenah and Transfer Paper, talk about what they are seeing today with the transfer paper market and what the future might hold.
Aaron and Terry will also bring you details on things you want to discuss. Join the conversation at our Facebook or Google + Page or even hit us up on Twitter. Tell us about what you have going on in your business!
Episode 2952 - The Power Transfer - John Torell
Pastor John Torell www.eaec.org
Recorded 11-4-2015 on Omega Man Radio omegamanradio.com
Jesus said to heal the sick, cast out demons, raise the dead and destroy the works of Satan. How does the modern church compare? Jesus moved in and out of the spirit world and instructed His disciples to do the same, yet many Christians today are content to live and work in their own power, never imagining what it's like to operate in the supernatural. You can operate in the full power of God. The choice is yours!
Today's show highlights new books, live music and upcoming shows in Second Life and Concert Window. First up, Marie shares what's on the bestsellers List. Let's connect on Twitter and Pinterest!
Regulating Desire: From the Virtuous Maiden to the Purity Princess by J. Shoshanna Ehrlich
The Book of Night Women by Marlon James
Purple Hibiscus by Chimamanda Adichie
Claire of the Sea Light by Edwige Danticat
Music by James Olmos
Thursdays, 9 am Eastern, "The Tufts Get Going!" host Rosanna Tufts:
REPLAY -- "Kirtan: Not a Window Dressing!" In honor of the Hindu new year of Diwali next week, David Newman introduces us to the music of Kirtan, an ancient call-and-response form that has found favor with modern spiritual seekers.
I want to share this with you,the more we seek more personal gain, with it comes moral and spiritual degeneration. Secularism and materialism captured the hearts of the people and sin ran rampant. The list reads like twentieth-century America: swearing, lying, killing, stealing, adultery, drunkenness, perversion, perjury, deceit, and oppression, to name but a few. But the thing that grieved the heart of God more than anything else was the sin of idolatry (Hosea 4:12, 13; 13:2). The golden calves set up by Jeroboam I about 150 years earlier had opened the floodgates to every evil expression of Canaanite idolatry, including drunkenness, religious prostitution and human sacrifice. Listen in on lesson topic "Somethings Are Hard To Come Back From" also visit us at www.uptopministries.org for events and updates.