SORT BY Relevancy
In this edition of Talking Motorcycles with Barry Boone we preview the legendary Springfield Mile II! Our guest lineup for this episode is epic!
Charlie Roberts and Scott Parker join us to discuss the AMA Rookies Class of 79 and Friends' involvement in the Springfield Mile II event on Labor Day weekend. They have an amazing weekend of activities planned and we hear all about it.
Jeff Gordon, of Speedway Engine Development Inc, will be calling in to discuss their high-profile win at the Don Tilley Memorial AMA Pro Grand National at Charlotte and his thoughts on the team's approach to the Springfield Mile II. As engine builder, Jeff works closely with Rick Howerton on the Howerton Motorsports/Villa-Esparza/Crosley Radio Kawasaki ridden by National #42 Bryan Smith.
Jared Mees retains the point lead by a narrow six-point margin over Bryan Smith following his disappointing DNF at Charlotte. It was a near mirror image of the results from Harley-Davidson Flat Track at ESPN X-Games Austin. Chasing down Bryan Smith there was a shower of sparks from the tailpipe of the Las Vegas HD/Rogers Racing XR750 ending his race one lap short of completition. Now as the team approaches the Springfield Mile II and the balance of the season, what shall be his strategy? The reigning 2014 AMA Pro GNC1 champion joins us LIVE on the show!
Talking Motorcycles is powered by SOZO!
Special thanks to: Crosley Radio/Crosley Brands, The Harley-Davidson Motor Company, Dunlop Motorcycle Tire and Next Moto Champion!
NEW SPONSOR “If I Were A” story by Dan Clements illustrated by Lori Clements
“Domestic Convulsion” by David Miller Ph. D
Romans 1:20 – The Testimony of Creation by Wayne Jackson
New FCC rules could ban DD-WRT and wireless router modification by Joel Hruska
Dem staffers walk out of Planned Parenthood video screening by Kyle Plantz
How Social Media Is Ruining Politics by Nicholas Carr
in Pop Culture
Join Ryan as he chats with @Johnny_U_Miller and reviews how to win your fantasy football league this year. This podcast will provide insights and advice on best ways to draft, who to target, and why fantasy football has become as popular as it is.
We will talk about the fact that NBC has cancelled the coach revival and Gregs feels goes into Marvel and whats going on in the shake up!
The netflix movie of the week is coming up and Greg has gaming news!
Plus Johnny professes his undying love for Ezra Miller
Profusely talented and highly gifted.Born and raised in Rochester, NY, John was surrounded by music that helped shape his particular style of playing. John credits his early influences to his father. John’s musical journey started when he was eight years old. John gives credit to other heavy influences aside from family members such as Jaco Pastorius, Marcus Miller, Dave Holland, Ron Carter, John Patitucci, Nathan East, Fred Hammond, and Joel Smith. They drove his growth, resulting in a deeper love and dedication to the art of being a bassist. When asked about his greatest influences, John’s response is always: “Too many to name and enough to keep me humble and always practicing.”
Whether John is playing electric, acoustic (upright) bass, or key bass, John can be found holding the groove on local stages in Charlotte, NC, his hometown, or performing on main stages across the country with national recording artists. In his career thus far, he has worked with gospel artist Lejuene Thompson, musical director for Grammy Award-winning singer and actress Stephanie Mills, contemporary jazz artists Brian Simpson, Matt Marshak, Jeff Kashiwa, Steve Cole, Walter Beasley, Nick Colionne, Marc Antoine, and Four80East. Additionally, John has earned Grammy certifications for his performances on EMI gospel projects “Oh Happy Day,” an All-Star Celebration (Best Traditional Gospel Album) and Heather Headley’s “Audience of One” (Best Contemporary R&B Gospel Album.) They were both won at the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards.
Do You Know Who You ARE?
when we were children we could act like children whining and all, as well as ecpecting simpathy for even a small bobo.
Alice Miller in her book "For Your Own Sake" says it this way
"The way that we are treated as small children is thw way we treat ourselves the rest of our lives"
If you have cronic pain it is more than likely that you are a 'people pleaser"
You take care of and are considerate of everyone but yourself.
Your childhood years are gone, much of how you learned to live your life was learned as a child.
Dealing with our own chronic pain succesfully requires learning new life skills.
Do you even know what you like about yourself?
What is prophecy and why do we need it in today's world? Hasn't our technological society given us advantages over the ancients? What did the ancients have that we seem to have lost in today's world? How can we get it back? Join Matt Miller as he explores prophecy and why we need it today.
Pete Ziebron and Jared Pine review Day 1 of the 2015 US Open, including Rafael Nadal vs. Borna Coric and Tommy Haas vs. Fernando Verdasco. Meanwhile, discussion also centers on the fact that a mix of several young guns and older veterans successfully advanced through 3 rounds of the qualifying draw. In addition, Pete and Jared look ahead to whom they expect to see in action in the second week of the final major of the year. Join Pete and Jared on Passing Shots on the ProTenn Radio Network.
Fifty three percent of African American children are living in single parent female headed households. Some are because of divorce. But a great number are because the parents never married. In order for a marriage to happen, a man has to propose marriage to a woman. In too many families today, men have no desire to marry their "baby's mama." What has made marriage obsolete? We'll talk to young men, and even older men who prefer the single life, and find out why the institution of marriage is so unpopular among today's men? What message about marriage are young men receiving from their elders? Are young men in college more likely to marry, or does college only confirm that the bachelor life is better? Jared Mitchel, sophomore engineering student at Morehouse College and recent recipient of the Jesse Jackson Sr. Fellows scholarship of $75,000 from the Toyota Corporation, joins us today to give a perspective on how today's up and coming young men view the possibilities of marriage
Please Join Me and Dr Ron Cole and The Metaphysical Girls Annabelle Miller, Brenda Brand and of COURSE MEE for Messages, Fun , and Laughter with SPIRIT !! YAY
Join Host Live Chats
- High Frequency Radio Network (11 chatters)
- SOTT Radio Network (11 chatters)
- THOR MINISTRY RADIO NETWORK (7 chatters)
- Jay King Network (4 chatters)
- Tracey and Friends (3 chatters)
- 2 Regular Guys Talking Decoration (3 chatters)
- Negdog Radio (2 chatters)
- Coach K and Joe Show (2 chatters)
- Purposed 4 Godliness (1 chatters)
- Ahmenah Rayzz (1 chatters)
- Coach Cafe (1 chatters)
- Indie Books (1 chatters)