SORT BY Relevancy
There are plenty of Walt Disney World podcasts out there (truly there are, take a look) and I'm not aspiring to add to the list, but I have been so excited about the trip that I've been sharing. This episode will be me summing up the trip what worked for us and what didn't. I had a great time and hope I can go back before 30 years goes by again.
What will Tuesday's firing of Chip Kelly mean for the Eagles' near- and long-term future? Legendary Philadelphia Inquirer sportswriter Frank Fitzpatrick makes a return visit to the Philly Pressbox Radio Roundtable, joining Bill Furman and Jim "Chet" Chesko to talk about Jeffrey Lurie's decision to part ways with Kelly, and the fact that 2015 has been one of the worst years ever for Philadelphia's pro sports teams. In his distinguished career as a sportswriter and columnist, Frank has seen it all; he has been a beat writer for the Phillies, Eagles and the Penn State Nittany Lions, and today writes a popular column in the Sunday Inquirer. He's won numerous awards, written several books, covered many Olympics and been a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize. Also on this week's show: Sixers and Flyers talk and our Philly sports trivia question and prize giveaway courtesy Carl's Cards & Collectibles, Inc. It's all brought to you by shopforkisses.org, the online shopping network of the Kisses for Kyle Foundation.
Following a remarkable come from behind victory the New York Jets are in the mix for a playoff spot. Ryan Fitzpatrick continues to lead the way along with his wide receiver Eric Decker and Brandon Marshall. Can the Jets offense carry the team? On defense the Jets are finding a way to win without Darrelle Revis. Will that trend continue against the Titans? We will take live calls and also answer tweets @TalkJetsRadio. Tune in and call in! Go Jets!
Building Fortunes Radio with eRobert Smith and Robert Fitzpatrick ...
Peter Mingils set up Building Fortunes Radio to serve as a platform for open dialogues.
This radio show will another example.
Robert FitzPatrick will be our sepcail guest.
Robert FitzPatrick is a well known critic of the MLM industry.
He writes about the industry, has hosted many seminars and even is an expert witness for Bill Ackman and the Herbalife scenario.
This is going to be a good one to review and share.
If you're working in the MLM, Network Marketing, or Home Based Business Industry, then you'll want to tune-in to the Building Fortunes Radio show. Catch all of our archived shows on http://www.buildingfortunesradio.com.
For MLM Leads, MLM Training, and Lead Management Systems, Visit: http://www.NetworkLeads.com.
MLM News and Information Powered By: http://mlm.news.
The gang gets together to discuss Walt Disney World shows along with their favorites and how they compare to each other. Join Stuart Sternberg, Darlene Nagi, and Kurt for 30 minutes of magical mischief.
Kurt Fitzpatrick is an extraordinary, all around talent. He has an absolutely beautiful voice. His celebrity impersonations are always right on. His improvisations are creative and clever and will make you laugh. He masterfully creates songs and skits. Wait till you hear the extremely popular Joyce Barrie Mash that is fun, upbeat and will have you dancing in the aisles.
Hear this show and you will have no doubt why we choose Kurt Fitzpatrick to the Joyce Barrie & Friends All Star Team as our Most Talented Guest. He is the Best of the Best!!!
The New York Jets have now won three games in a row following a dominant performance over the Titans. The Jets offense is firing on all cylinders while the defense has been stifling. Can this trend continue against the Dallas Cowboys? Or will the Jets fall into the feared trap game? We preview the game and share predictions. Also we take your calls and answer your tweets live on the air. Be sure to tune in and call in and talk Jets with us!! @TalkJetsRadio on Twitter.
We will watch clips from my favorite Disney films in order to commemorate the life of Walt Disney and his unique vision that changed the world forever!!! We will listen to clips from Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, Sleeping Beauty, The Little Mermaid and more as well as learning about the man himself--Walt Disney--and how he overcame adversity to become one of the most influential men on the planet, so join me for this special tribute to one of my favorites--Walt Disney…
Ryan Fitzpatrick of the New York Jets hurt his thumb early yesterday and stood the rest of the game with his thumb taped up watching Geno Smith implode , mentally, physically, metaphysically as well. C'mon Ryan...Really ?
Join Carina and I tonight for a special “At the Movies” edition of Heart2Heart Radio (#Heart2HeartRadio) previously So Random Saturday tonight at a special time, 10:00 PM MST on the Coach on Fire Radio Network (#CoachonFireRadio).
Walt Disney's Saving Mr. Banks.
In addition to being a wonderful movie with incredible performances by Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson, there are lots of great lessons for life, love and business we can learn from the film. What would a Disney movie be without that?
In a lively fun discussion and a catchy sing a long tune or two, we will explore the lessons embedded in this brilliant Disney feature.
For those of you that don't know the story or have not seen the film. Walt Disney's daughters begged him to make a movie of their favorite book, P.L. Travers' Mary Poppins (1964), he made them a promise - one that he didn't realize would take 20 years to keep. In his quest to obtain the rights, Walt comes up an insanely difficult writer who is not about to let her beloved magical nanny get mauled by Hollywood. But Travers finds herself all but broke and reluctantly travels to LA to meet with Walt. For weeks in 1961, Disney pulls out all the stops, armed with imaginative storyboards and chirpy songs. But Mrs. Travers doesn't budge. The rights begin to move look like they might slip away forever. It is only when Walt reaches into his own childhood that he discovers the truth about the ghosts that haunt her, and together they set Mary Poppins free to ultimately make one of the most endearing films in cinematic history – Mary Poppins