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This month marks the 10-year anniversary of hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon’s collaboration. This week they look back over a decade of tracking the future.
Here's a small sample of what were talking about 10 years ago:
Success: Memes or Materials? | Still Number One! | Pop Quiz! | There's a Hole in the Bottom of the Sea | Affordable Beauty | No Matter What, He's Wrong | The Next Ten Years: Some Speculations | A Fisking Too Vigorous | Going the Way of the Slide Rule | Energy Punditry 101 | Encyclopedia Galactica | War of the Worlds II | Here's a Trend... | The Future of Wealth | 10 Predictions | Bursting the Wi-Fi Bubble | Our First Attempt at Global Warming | Tiny Cameras Everywhere | Now That the Idea Has Been Killed | Wanna Bet? | The Most Powerful Force? | Navigating Possibility Space | Seven Questions About the Future | Man on the Run | What Should Have Been |
So what has changed most in the intervening decade? What are the biggest surprises? And what is yet to come?
Tune in and explore.
The Washington Nationals rallied late but came up short in the series finale with the Colorado Rockies in Coors Field. 6-4 Rockies final as they avoided the series and season sweep.
I will be reunited with my cousin Lance Mitchell, who has a passion for Martial Arts and styling hair.
In Martial Arts :Winchester Yang Chengfu Center:Pat Rice, Director-
June 2009 to Present, Yang 103 Form, Started Straight Sword
Push HandsOther Martial Arts Training, Blue Ridge Wu Shu2006-2008 Nan Quan under Scott Hagar
Bare Hand, Broad Sword, Staff 2008-2009 Dao Ba Ji under Master Nick Gracenin, Jhoon Rhee Tea Kwon Do, 1983-1989, Ranking- 2nd Dan. Stephen Hays Study Group, 1990-1993 No Ranking, 1993- 1995 Two year self study in Kendo, 1995- 1997 two year study in Japanese Ju Jitsu, 1998- one your study in kenjitsu
Workshops include: A Taste Of China 2008, 2009,Qi Gong by Master Helen Wu, Dietrich’s Karate, Kick Boxing Instructor
Participated in multiple Demonstrations and Tournaments
Lance other passion is doing hair and does a pretty good job. Lance's clients are really pleased and
feel really great after Lance is done with their hair.
Join Gene Berardelli and fill-in co-host Diana Sepulveda as they discuss the Congressional primary races around the state. We'll answer questions like "How in the world did Rangel get re-elected again?" and "Who's a bigger rising star in the NY GOP - Zeldin or Stefanik? " and more!
Plus, will the Vito & Vito Show's Vito Palmeri repeat as Buffoon of the Week? Who knows!
The St. Louis Rams knew a media circus was coming when they drafted Michael Sam, but they didn't expect it to escalate so quickly or be jump started by Tony Dungy. Sports Page host Pat Whitehurst is joined by Scott Poppen and Stephen Sheehan to discuss the prospect of Sam making the Rams and the roles the media plays in causing these distractions.
Fantasy football draft strategies along with value picks and potential busts will also be discussed. Join the conversation and Be Seen, Be Heard, Be a Fan!
Marquette University's head volleyball coach, Ryan Theis, will be discussing the importance and role of preparing the days before the actual event. Areas covered include: the role of the coach, the role of the athlete and how communication melds the two together.
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The Racin' Nation Report is a fast ninety minutes taking a look back at the events that unfolded this week in the world of NASCAR and a look forward to the week ahead.
NASCAR Junkies, Driver Sam Edwards, Sports Writer Brian Berg, Shana Mayfield and Crew Chief Stephen Billmyer will join us weekly for our Roundtable discussion segment.
We'll also have weekly visits from Killer Beaz in the "Killer Burn Out"!
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