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  • 01:04

    Lets talk about the 59:34 minutes of the Super Bowl before the interception.

    in Sports

    In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will take a look at Super Bowl XLIX, between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks.  The Patriots claimed their fourth Super Bowl title, in 14 years.  On second and one, at the Patriot one yard line, it was a perfect set up, for Beast Mode.  26 seconds remained, and with one timeout, no one saw this play coming.  Instead of running, Russell Wilson threw to Ricardo Lockette, on a quick slant.  Normally, a safe play, Malcom Butler jumped the route and intercepted the poorly thrown ball.  So the debate over the Pete Carroll call began.  There was a pretty good game for 59:34, that saw lead and momentum changes.


    Although, the score was knotted at zero, after one quarter.  The New England Patriots were dinking and dunking, while moving the ball.  As they have done all year, the Seahawks pressured Tom Brady, and he threw an interception.  Jeremy Lane, who intercepted Brady, injured his wrist, on the play.  


    With 1:14 to go, Wilson went deep to Jermaine Kearse.  Malcom Butler played the ball and seemed to have broken up the play.  However, with Kearse on the ground, the ball fell to his hand and he made the reception. The announcers thought that Bill Belichick should start to use his timeouts, in order to save time, for Brady.  Could this have been the unsung non-call, that was genius? Had Belichick taken a timeout, Wilson and Carroll could have conversed.  Maybe the play call is Lynch, straight up the gut, or off tackle. No timeout called, and we all know what Malcom Butler did.


     

  • 01:05

    Shannyn Moore Show 12-3-13 Christians Can't Get PTSD, Obama Kids Birthers & more

    in Politics Progressive

    Alternet Right-Wing Evangelicals Claim 'Good Christians' Can't Get PTSD


    The New Civil Rights Movement Catholic Group Leader: Obama ‘Doesn’t Celebrate Christmas With His Own Family’


    Freakoutnation Birthers are asking about Malia and Sasha Obama’s birth certificates


    HuffPo This 1 Quote Explains America's Biggest Problem Perfectly


    Opednews The Rich and Educated Believe Wealth Correlates with Virtue, Says Study


    Examiner.com GOP governor compares same-sex marriage to incest with brother and sister

  • 02:10

    Wanda's Picks: Holidays Shows for the Entire Family

    in Art

    Leila Baradaran who co-directs The Revolutioanary Nutcracker Sweetie– The Kidz Version, this year, joins Stella Adelman who plays the role of The Mouse King and Mrs. McGreed to talk about the show: Dec. 10-11, 2011, Sat., 2 pm & 6 pm; Sun., 1 pm & 5 pm at Brava Theater, 2781 24th St (@ York). Call: 415-273-4633. Georgia Houston Webb joins us to talk about the encore production of her musical: A Little Piece of God, Saturday December 10 and Sunday, December 11, 2011. Written and directed by Georgia Houston Webb the play features: Oakland gospel music great Daryl Coley, an original song by Branice McKenzie, a long time background singer for both Harry Belafonte and Gregory Hines. A Little Piece of God is a two act play of rhyming poems, sometimes spoken, other times sung. The story is energetically introduced by the character "Life" who gives a hint of the mystery found in our existence. Actors play the parts of human emotions (i.e., Fear, Guilt, and Worry). Eventually, the forces of Friendship, Love and Peace prevail. Laced with dance and comedy, "A Little Piece of God" champions the essential joy of life in the face of the problems of our existence. Music by Ayinde Pendleton Webb is performed by local youth musicians and features Sandra Poindexter.Tickets:$15.00 at the door 24/7 Ticket Hotline: 1-800-838-3006. Beli Sullivan, award-winning storyteller and actor, joins us to talk about AASC's season special on its 10th Anniversary, "Cinderella" at the Buriel Clay Theater through Dec. 18, 2011. She is the Fairy Godmother, one of many stars in a show full of constallations. We close with a prerecorded interview with Dee Rees, director of the lovely film, "Pariah," opening at the end of December in Bay Area theatres. Pariah is a wonderful coming of age story filled with grand performances and stellar cinematography.
     

  • 01:03

    The I AM Well Show ~ with guest naturopath Kandi Tippit

    in Spirituality

    The I AM Well Show with host Nicholas Cupples
    Our guest tonight is naturopath Kandi Tippit! www.treatwithnature.com
    The I AM Well show features talented healers from across the world who will share important information about their ancient and leading edge healing practices. You will discover more fascinating topics including: traditional chinese medicine, naturopathy, ayurveda, herbalism, chiropractic, kinesiology, energy cultivation and healing, nutrition, effective weight loss methods, massage therapies and more!
    The I AM Well show believes the primary focus of health care should be on prevention. It makes more sense for our health leaders to counsel the healthy on how to stay healthy.
    May you all be Well!

  • 02:19

    PROPHET E. O. KINGSLEY FROM LIBERIA WEST AFRICA

    in Spirituality

      JOIN THE BROADCAST 9:00 p.m. CST  SPREAD THE NEWS YOU WILL NOT WANT TO MISS THIS MAN OF GOD.
    BIO:
    *Presiding President of Intorcessary Center
    * Presiding President of Kings Wealth Ministry
    * Presiding President of BELI FOUNDATION
    EMAIL:
    pastorKingsley2010@yahoo.com
    +231-  880627955

  • Find out about the dates(Kurma) many fruits.

    in Blogs

    dates (Buah Kurma) Beli Kurma ripen within several development, that happen to be recognized around the world by means of the Arabic titles kimri (unripe), khlal (full-size, crunchy), rutab (ripe, soft), tamr (ripe, sun-dried).

  • 01:00

    T.P.S.E. True Positive Self Expression what is it? Let's discuss it.

    in Spirituality

    What do you think about our society of "human see human do". What do you think about a society where bad is shown as good too, through glamorization. Do you think this affects your own self expression or are you immune? What about children? Is it all taken care of "if parents just take care of their children!" (as some say). This is true, however, do you think simply helping your children chose the rignt friends is the answer. Or is there another unseen hand rocking the cradle? What do you beli

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