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NFL Network's Albert Breer joined Thursday's show. Plus, a Celtics/Mavericks recap. And does Ryan Dempster really solve Boston's pitching woes? Tune into "I'm Just Sayin" with Danny Picard every weekday LIVE at 9 a.m. ET, and get every show by subscribing on iTunes, via BlogTalkRadio.
NFL Network's Albert Breer joined Tuesday's show. Plus, my reaction to the Lakers' recent coaching moves, and why I'm still optimistic that there will be an NHL season. Tune into "I'm Just Sayin" with Danny Picard every weekday LIVE at 9 a.m. ET, and get every show by subscribing on iTunes, via BlogtalkRadio.
One final preview of the AFC and NFC Championship Games. NFL Network's Albert Breer joined the show, and EA Sports' Zach Farley checked in with his "Madden 25" simulation results of the games. Listen every weekday from Noon-2pm on DigRadio at DigBoston.com and on the TuneIn app. Every replay airs Midnight-2am, and is also available on iTunes.
NFL Network's Albert Breer joined Monday's show to talk NFL Playoffs, and Comcast SportsNet new England's Kyle Draper checked in to talk Celtics. Listen every weekday from Noon-2pm ET on the new DigRadio at DigBoston.com and on the TuneIn app by searching "Dig Radio Boston." Every replay airs Midnight-2am, and is also available on iTunes.
NFL Network's Albert Breer joined Thursday's show to help preview the Super Bowl and to discuss the New England Patriots' offseason. And my biggest Boston Celtics fear is coming true. Plus, David Ortiz clarifies how many years he wants on his extension. Listen every weekday Noon-2pm on DigRadio at DigBoston.com and on the Tunein app. Every replay airs Midnight-2am, and is also available on iTunes.
The Packers topped the Vikings at home in the wild-card matchup and now fly out to the West Coast to take on their Week 1 foe, the San Francisco 49ers in a semifinal battle. It's an even matchup with a lot of great stories riding underneath, and no one brings you Packers news and opinions like the Cheesehead Radio crew.
Joining us this week will be none other than a return visit from the NFL Network's Albert Breer, who will give us his expert opinion on this marquee NFC matchup. Don't miss a second of this great interview!
Join the Cheesehead Radio gang all through the playoffs, as your favorite bloggers take to the airwaves. The Big Five Formation consists of CD Angeli (@TundraVision), Jayme Joers (@Jaymelee1), John Rehor (@jrehor), Amanda Lawson (@amandarlawson), and Jersey Al Bracco (@jerseyalgbp). Also joining us is The Mayor, Kyle Cousineau (@KCousineau09)for the weekly ON The Ground in Titletown.
NFL Network's Albert Breer joined Friday's show to help breakdown the Patriots' preseason loss to the Lions and to update the NFL's HGH testing negotiations. Plus, a Red Sox/Dodgers preview. Listen every weekday from 8-10 am on 1510 NBC SPORTS RADIO BOSTON. Every show is available on iTunes.
NFL Network's Albert Breer joined Tuesday's show on DigRadioBoston to discuss the Seahawks' big win over the Saints on Monday Night Football and to look at the NFL playoff picture. Plus, the Red Sox made a move behind the plate, and Providence Journal's Brian MacPherson checked in to give his take on A.J. Pierzynski to Boston. And my reaction to the signing, with some inside info on the Red Sox catcher of the future, Christian Vazquez.
Come join Albert Hernandez, The Untamed Chef, for another Foodie Adventure!
I live for GOD I believe that my talent is cooking.., at least that's what I have been told.
My mission is to Cook the best for the best while utilizing local and seasonal ingredients with love, and my GOD given talent and passion for Great Food.
I am a private and personal chef specializing in Southwestern Nouvelle fusion cuisine.... I am available for caterings, Demo's, and cooking you the best and most personal meal you have ever had.... I do all my own Ice creams, confections and all of my food is 100 % quality, from the care of the ingredients to the final preperation and taste... all in the comfort of your own kitchen.
Did you ever daydream? I guess I should explain “daydreaming” to some of you if you have never heard the term. "Daydreaming" is like pretending, not in action but through thinking. It is thinking of something desired and making it as real as possible, feeling joy and a sense of accomplishment. Long before electronic gadgetry and “virtual” imaging games, the brain created virtual tours for imaginative individuals: children could fly and become fast running horses.
There is research evidence that imaginative people are more intelligent than those who are not. I recently read a story where Albert Einstein was asked “how can I become as smart as you?” and his answer was “read fairy tales”. When asked “how can I become smarter than you; he answered “read more fairy tales”. Well the inquirer was frustrated by such answers and thought disparaging thoughts. But I understand!
Fairy tales invite the reader to enter a make-believe world and entertain unusual thoughts. Such thinking stimulates different parts of the brain than routine activities. When the brain is stimulated, like a body-builder “working” his muscles, so does fantasy exercise the brain to expande it.To develop genius, the brain must be exercised.
There are a number of companies that are cashing in on this concept and selling subscriptions to “thinking” activities. It is good to know that everyone can improve his/her brain by setting aside time to daydream and ponders abstract concepts. It is important to engage children in “What if” games to get them thinking about less concrete things. Childhood should have wonderment and make-believe and their brains should be stimulated to grow. Imagination is the incubator for genius.
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Coach Cafe' is thrilled to welcome, spiritual theologian Matthew Fox,co-author of The Physics of Angels:Exploring The Realm Where Science and Spirit Meet.
Many people believe in angels; few can define these enigmatic spirits. In The Physics of Angels:Exploring the Realm Where Science and Spirit Meet,visionary theologian Matthew Fox and acclaimed biologist Rupert Sheldrake — pioneers in modern religious thinking and scientific theory — delve deeper into the significance that angels have for us now.
We are entering a new phase of both science and theology, and the subject of angels becomes surprisingly relevant. Both the new cosmology and the old angelology raise significant questions about the existence and role of consciousness at levels beyond the human. When Fox and Sheldrake first held discussions on the topic of angels, they became fascinated by the parallels between Thomas Aquinas speaking of angels in the Middle Ages and Albert Einstein speaking of photons in this century.
Calling upon the time-honored works of Dionysius the Areopagite, Hildegard of Bingen, and St. Thomas Aquinas, Fox and Sheldrake translate into modern language the thinking of these great prophets, helping us move into the future with an ecumenical and interfaith understanding that consciousness extends well beyond human. In The Physics of Angels, “Angels are far greater and more powerful beings than we know, and our belief in them can revolutionize our lives and the future.
More about the authors- matthewfox.org and sheldrake.org
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