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We are pleased bring to you Diamond In The Rough Football Recruiting Show! Our live weekly talk show on blogtalk radio! Join us as we discuss the real deal regarding football recruiting. Join Host Robert Denson aka Coach D and CoHost Marlynn Jones aka Eligibility Coach on Wednesday at 7:30PM-8:30 PM EST.
This is the third show in a 6 week series of shows where we dig down a bit deeper into each of the potential decorating methods we see in our industry on a regular basis. We will bring in experts as we can and try to talk as much details as available. The fine details will be up to you, the listener. Be sure to catch these episodes live and join our online chat room, or even interact live with the show through Facebook and Twitter.
For this 6 week series, we are going to be having a podcast every Friday so we can get all this information to you. Look for our next show on the 19th of April. This week we will be discussing heat applied graphics. This episode will cover, inkjet transfers, laser transfers, cadcut heat transfer vinyl, solvent printable vinyl and other heat transfer methods.Ask any questions you have and we will do our best to provide as many tips and tricks as possible.
Let's continue our conversation with Mr Everett Glenn, President of the National Sports Authority (NSA). NSA despite the fact that sports generate $500 billion per year, there is not a single organization in the community that is a recognized authority on the sports industry…until now. The National Sports Authority (Authority) is a division of the ESP Education & Leadership Institute, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. The Authority was established with a single purpose
President Obama lays out the framework for U.S. counter-terrorism strategy as we wind down the war in Afghanistan.
President Obama said in his speech " First, we must finish the work of defeating al Qaeda and its associated forces.
In Afghanistan, we will complete our transition to Afghan responsibility for that country’s security. Our troops will come home. Our combat mission will come to an end. And we will work with the Afghan government to train security forces, and sustain a counterterrorism force, which ensures that al Qaeda can never again establish a safe haven to launch attacks against us or our allies."
"But as Commander-in-Chief, I must weigh these heartbreaking tragedies against the alternatives. To do nothing in the face of terrorist networks would invite far more civilian casualties -- not just in our cities at home and our facilities abroad, but also in the very places like Sana’a and Kabul and Mogadishu where terrorists seek a foothold. Remember that the terrorists we are after target civilians, and the death toll from their acts of terrorism against Muslims dwarfs any estimate of civilian casualties from drone strikes. So doing nothing is not an option."
"Today, I once again call on Congress to lift the restrictions on detainee transfers from GTMO. (Applause.)
I have asked the Department of Defense to designate a site in the United States where we can hold military commissions. I’m appointing a new senior envoy at the State Department and Defense Department whose sole responsibility will be to achieve the transfer of detainees to third countries.
I am lifting the moratorium on detainee transfers to Yemen so we can review them on a case-by-case basis."
Welcome back to regularly scheduled programing… Fresh off a 6 week in depth look at the 6 different decoration methods the guys will settle back in to cover all things decoration, t-shirts, sublimation mobile device cases, direct to garment, vinyl, screen print and transfers. Terry and Aaron are excited to have Marci Derryberry, the editor of Impressions Magazine on the show to talk about her magazine and the ISS Shows. Send us your questions for Marcia. Make sure to make your way over to the Facebook Page and post some questions you have. What have you always wanted to know? What problem are you struggling with right now? Also let us know about any upcoming events you have and want us to talk about on air. You are also welcome to email 2RGsPodcast@montcoconsulting.com
In this program we expose the criminal conspiracy by Hitlery to murder Ambassador Stevens to keep him from blowing the whistle on the arms transfers from Libya to the Syrian rebels.
We also expose the lie by the Rottenfeller crime family that President Bashar al-Assad used chemical weapons on his own people. The rebels were the ones who have used chemical weapons.
The Bilderberg Crime Family is set to meet again at the Watford Hotel 20 miles north of London.
The Fourth Annual Franchise Legal Series continues this week on Franchise Today. In this fourth of eight segments, host, Paul Segreto welcomes as his guest, Barry Heller, Partner at DLA Piper. Paul and Barry discuss the many aspects of franchise litigation including hot litigation issues and non-franchise litigation claims facing franchisors today. They also discuss dispute resolutions including options to consider when drafting the franchise agreement - Is arbitration or mediation best or most practical for the brand? The discussion also includes suggestions on how to avoid litigation.
About Our Guest
For almost 30 years, Barry Heller's practice has consisted almost exclusively of representing clients in franchise and distribution disputes throughout the country, both in litigation and arbitration. Much of his practice has focused on franchise termination matters, as well as on more complex franchise cases involving issues affecting the entire franchise system. He has handled cases involving, among other issues, termination, transfers, rights of first refusal, implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, alternative distribution channels, covenants against competition, trademark infringement, product sourcing and approval, franchisee associations, and unfair competition. Mr. Heller is the former director of the Litigation and Dispute Resolution Division of the ABA Forum on Franchising. He has authored and lectured on franchise litigation issues, including conducting Legal Roundtable seminars in different cities for the International Franchise Association on franchise litigation matters. He was co-author of a manual entitled Franchise Litigation Claims of the Litigation Section of the District of Columbia Bar Association, for whom he conducted a seminar on the subject.
Roy discusses stress and how to find salvation.
Callers: A lady no longer wants to be on Social Security. Another lady asks why she has allergies. A gentleman transfers his anger toward his mom to his family. A lady says that she has stopped compromising herself.
For more information, and to find out about the Cure Stress Device and the accompanying book, visit http://www.fhu.com
Originally aired: April 1, 2013 – Hour 2
Gaëlle Cohen is an internationally acclaimed stunt coordinator and performer who has worked on over sixty film and television productions. A native of France, she was recently featured in the award-winning smash ZERO DARK THIRTY.
Her stunt credits include ZERO DARK THIRTY, SAHARA, RUSH HOUR 3, BROTHERHOOD OF THE WOLF; BABYLON AD, OSS 117, MARTYRS. and the upcoming disaster thriller BLACK SKY. As stunt performer, Cohen has doubled for such luminary figures as Sophie Marceau and Penelope Cruz.
Cohen earned a law degree, then, as member of the French National Fencing team, she got her showbiz start performing fight sequences for the television show HIGHLANDER in 1995.
Gaelle speaks French, German, Italian, and English; and among her stunt and athletic skills are Ratchets, High Fall, Squibs, Air Rams, Horseback Riding, Fight-Guy/Gal, Reactions, Wire Work, Hong Kong Wire Work, Fire Burns, Weapons, Car Hits, I Ground Pound, Motion Capture, Motorcycle Falls, Medium and Low Falls, Martial Arts, Weapons, Horse Transfers and Falls, Camel Rider, Descender, Golf, Swimming, Tennis, Fencing, Snow Skiing, Yoga, Rock Climbing, Archery, and Jousting!
As stunt coordinator, her signature action sequences have captured attention within the industry for their earthy realism. THE TALL MAN, a suspense thriller starring Jessica Biel, marks her second collaboration with acclaimed French director, Pascal Laugier.
The Blues have made a couple of trades and the guys will be joined by hockey analyst Tom Casey (@tpcasey101) to break them down along with other Blues' topics, which will include:
Key to Blues' win over Minnesota on Monday night Details and logistics of Bouwmeester move The seriousness of the Jaro Halak injury Analysis of Patrik Berglund's play Chances Blues will make the playoffs Plus, the guys will have some STL Stew, and will discuss:
Adam Wainwright's opening night performance Carlos Beltran's mobility Cardinals' new road uniforms Mizzou basketball transfers Rams lack of safeties Whether you would like Scott Boras to be your agent Follow us on Twitter! @CruddyShow