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Ric O’Barry’s Dolphin Project was delighted to learn recently that after years of international pressure, the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA) had finally suspended JAZA as a member of its organization. We are ecstatic to announce that further to WAZA’s move, the Japanese Association of Zoos and Aquariums has decided to finally stop sourcing dolphins from the inhumane hunts in Taiji.
On April 22 this year, the 46th World Earth Day, the screen on the Beijing Book Building multi-purpose hall was playing some shocking images: A few fishermen were dragging some dolphins onto a boat, and a dolphin was leaping for the last time in the blood-red cove… This was immediately followed by the launch of the book The Cove (Dolphin Bay) by Zhonghua Book Company in Beijing.
Mark your calendars and call in to speak with Ric O'Barry.
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Our next show features guitarist and multi-instrumentalist, Ric DeLozier. Ric began playing guitar at the age of 4 after having watched Chuck Barry perform "Maybelline" on a dance show in 1965. Now, he is known throughout the Southeastern United States as the "gun for hire" when it comes to lead guitarists. Ric DeLozier is a seasoned and road toughened veteran who is always ready and has performed over 200 shows a year for an amazing 20 years all across America and playing a wide variety of styles and bands. Ric takes a moment from his busy schedule to sit down with us and share some of his original tunes and his story.
Scott S. Smith is a freelance business journalist whose 1,300 articles have appeared in 175 publications, including Investor’s Business Daily, Success, Entrepreneur, Chief Executive, Christian Science Monitor, Los Angeles Magazine, and American Airlines’ American Way. He has interviewed such influentials as Bill Gates, Stan Lee, Meg Whitman, James Meredith, Howard Schultz, Barbara Corcoran, General Barry McCaffrey, Richard Branson, Kathy Ireland, Kirk Douglas, and Dean Koontz. He is also the author of Extraordinary People: Real Life Lessons on What It Takes to Achieve Success www.ExtraordinaryPeopleBook.com.
As a companion to God Reconsidered: Searching for Truth in the Battle Between Atheism and Religion, he created www.God Reconsidered.com to encourage reader participation in the exciting process of discovery.
The program all about TV. Our guests: Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader? co-creator/executive producer Barry Poznick, whose Fox series returns with new episodes next week, and Toby McLeod, executive producer of Standing On Sacred Ground, World Channel's new series launching May 17.
The weekday, MONDAY thru FRIDAY morning show that runs circles around the normal. Two hours of power packed content you won't find (and this is not just a brand statement) anywhere else. Not on the regular radio stations, not on the Internet, we claim the solid difference that provokes thought, provokes humor, provokes intensity and whatever else you may consider provocative, it's here baby, yes, right here, right on! As Barry White use to say. And this is true too, you will probably laugh with joy, dance with fever, think about something you've never thought about before or throw up. You be da judge.... and that's right I wrote DA JUDGE, cause here comes DA JUDGE - 347-205-9366. Thanks for sampling us!
Today’s Inspirations with Lisa Barry 10-11 a.m. A lighthearted look at life, with love and laughter. Lisa connects with listeners hoping to share her life lessons and inspire others with her perspective to live with much joy and happiness. www.bodymindspiritradio.com
-DCU Flash Will Be Barry Allen: React to the news confirming that Ezra Miller's Flash will also be Barry Allen
-Matthew McConaughey Reads DC/Marvel Scripts: Discuss the latest news about the star admitting to reading and being interested in scripts from both Marvel and DC
-Suicide Squad Set Photos Leak: React to the new photos that have surfaced from the set featuring Jared Leto's Joker.
-Doomsday To Appear In BvS: Discuss the new rumor that Doomsday will appear in Batman v Superman as a main villian.
Join host Barry Secrest and exo-government specialist Lee Daniel as they discuss an ever-expanding caseload of governmental oddities, politics, the Supernatural & The New World Order--all from an entertaining, cutting edge, Conservative perspective.
Listen live and CALL IN to speak to the host and co-host--(347) 996-3923. Join the conversation!
Tonight's topics include:
Have US Political Reporters Gone Completely Insane? Weapons of Mass Destruction Were Found in Iraq
Chilling Sounds Heard Around the World Now Prompting Endless Speculation with No Answers
Expanding Obama's Authority for Secret 'NAFTA on Steroids' Trans-Pacific Trade Pact
US Government Caught Busing Thousands of African Muslims into US from Mexican Border
About the Waco Texas Shootout from @ Million Biker's Belinda Bee
The False Prophets of Climate Change: Eleven Proven Climate Change Lies the Media Has Told You
Climate Hoax Update: Obama Wants World to Transition Off Fossil Fuels Now (But To What?)
Kentucky Sheriff Admits "We're Just Glad the Unarmed Guy We Shot was White"
Signs: Earthquake and Volcanic Eruption Upsurge Points to Increasingly Unstable Planet
Trans-Pacific-Partnership a Devil's Pact Stored in Secured Top Secret Soundproof Saferoom
UN Allies With Pope on 'Climate Change' for Next Major World Agenda: Managing the Globe
AND MUCH MORE!
Talking Motorcycles proudly presents another episode as a part of our AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Series.
David Aldana, 1999 Hall of Fame inductee, became famous early in his career for his "all or nothing" mentality as a professional motorcycle racer. He was a rookie expert in AMA Grand National competition in 1970. He went on to place 3rd in the Championship winning three Grand Nationals along the way. In total, David won 4 Grand Nationals in his flat track career. He competed in nearly every form of motorcycle racing including motocross and road racing. During his road racing career he was a factory rider for Suzuki, Kawasaki and Honda. In 1981 he teamed up with Mike Baldwin to win the SUZUKA 8 Hour Endurance Race in front of 10's of thousands of fans. Suzuka was at that time, one of the most prestigious road races in the world and the one race everyone wanted to win. Known for his black leathers with the white skeleton outline in the front, Aldana was and continues to be a fan favorite world wide.
Brian Slark, 2012 Hall of Fame inductee, was one of the people who gets credit for the creation of motocross in America. He was at one time the importer of the Rickman Metisse. Brian assisted Hall of Famer, Dave Mungenast in the creation of a vintage motorcycle museum in St. Louis. He then helped create the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum in Leeds, Alabama. Today Barber is considered the premier vintage motorcycle museum in the world and Brian oversees the restoration work in their shop as Technical Director. If you have a Clymer Service Manual published from 1971 through 1984, the teardown work was likely performed by Brian Slark.
Both of the legendary men will be on hand at the 16th annual Riding Into History event this weekend!
Barry Bonds, Jeff Kent kept out of Hall of Fame again
OK, here’s the main thing about numbers in baseball: They all require context. No one could reasonably argue that, say, Mariners first baseman Corey Hart is a more dominant offensive player than Hall of Famer Frank “Home Run” Baker simply because Hart has more career home runs and a higher OPS. We know Baker played in the sport’s deadball era, so we adjust our standards accordingly.
And Bonds stands as one of the sport’s greatest hitters ever in any context. By the park- and league-adjusted stat OPS+, Bonds ranks third all-time behind only Babe Ruth and Ted Williams. It’s perfectly fair to debate whether Bonds’ 763 home runs are more impressive than Hank Aaron’s 755, since Bonds played at a time when lots of guys hit lots of homers. But it’s silly to dismiss all those homers entirely. They all contributed to his teams’ chances of victory.
3. It would be unfair to clean players
This one’s tricky. One of the great shames of baseball’s so-called steroids era is that there were certainly guys who held themselves to higher standards than the league did and refused to take PEDs, and many of those players likely missed out on roster spots or big paydays or places in the record books because they were unwilling to compromise. And that stinks, no doubt.
Problem is, we have no sure way of knowing who they were. This aims by no means to besmirch the reputations of players like Glavine, Maddux and Thomas. But we can never say for sure that no member of the 2014 Hall of Fame class ever juiced. We know only that they successfully convinced us they played clean. And now that the Hall’s doors are open to players from their era, it will become increasingly tricky and disturbing if we keep trying to guess which guys did what without concrete evidence.
4. How will I explain it to my kid?
Breaking today, a jury has sentenced the Boston Marathon bomber to death. Barry and Cam will talk about the crime, the penalty, the impact on the city of Boston, and the country!
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