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On tonight's episode we review the Windows 10 400 at Pocono Raceway.
We'll talk about the fuel mileage race and how NASCAR handled things.
Hendrick Motorsports seems to be struggling. We'll talk about the struggles of that team, and what needs to be done with this team.
We'll talk about NASCAR Franchising. Dustin Long wrote an article this week on this topic, and we'll break it down and see if it is the right thing for the sport.
Also, we'll talk about jimmie Johnson's twitter feed, and how soft race fans have become
We'll talk about the Chase Grid, and break it down to see who is alive, and who is out.
Also, the NASCAR Xfinity Series race in Iowa,
And the points lead has changed the hands in the Camping World Truck Series, we'll discuss whether or not Matt Crafton can rebound from a tough Pocono?
And of course your phone calls at 917-889-8280
Join us Monday, August 3rd at 8pmcst/9pmest to hear the story of tragedy to triumph. William Hollis will be with us to tell his story and his dream. Dial in at 323 693 3830 or logon to blogtalkradio.com/niacomplatform. Next Level Radio with Teirrany and Spence.
The story of William Hollis is more about persevering through life than it is about football. Hollis, who hopes to find his way into an NFL camp this summer, is the ultimate underdog. His story, and his determination, make him impossible not to root for.
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William Hollis may never make it in the NFL. If he does, however, Hollis has led the kind of life that someone will turn into a movie.
Hollis, 23, is a 6-foot-1, 245-pound linebacker/defensive end who last played for Tuskegee University, which plays in the Division 2 Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. He began his career at Clark Atlanta, also a member of the SIAC. To say Hollis' life has taken several detours along his road to trying to earn the attention of NFL teams is an understatement.
You don't so much interview Hollis as you simply turn on the recorder, ask him to tell his story and then just get out of the way and listen.
Hollis has played only one season of football since 2009, and that as a reserve who barely saw the field for Tuskegee in 2012. He claims the Tuskegee coaching staff there refused to play him because, though he walked on and earned a scholarship, they had not recruited him.
'I KNOW I COME FROM NUTHIN', BUT I'M NOT NUTHIN'
- WILLIAM HOLLIS
Our interview started with me asking Hollis if, considering where he is coming from, making the NFL was realistic. From there, the William Hollis Experience began.
"I think it's very realistic. I had a workout with the Toronto Argonauts going against about four different NFL-caliber tackles that played one year, two years in the NFL
Pro Wrestling Talk Radio (also known as PWTR) is an internet radio podcast founded in March, 2009. The format of PWTR is a panel of wrestling fans discussing the hottest topics in the world of wrestling in an entertaining (and sometimes controversial) fashion.
In addition to an in-depth roundtable discussion, other segments include taking calls and questions from listeners, and interviews with wrestling personalities (including such headline-making interviews with Joey Ryan, Tough Enough winner Andy Levine, former WWE Superstar Chris Masters , 2010 Miss USA Rima Fakih, and 3x World Champion Diamond Dallas Page).
After a stint on YouTube for the latter-half of 2014, the webcast version was rebranded with PWTR returning to its podcast roots and becoming a separate entity. Following the departures of longtime hosts Jay and Charlie from the hosting panel, PWTR was re-launched in January, 2015. The current PWTR panel consists of Justin Gordon, Duke Maverick, and Manny Johnson.
Join Joe Enroughty, Jeff Kleb, Alex Butler, Jeffry Sanford, and Sarah Stewart on Monday, July 3rd at 7 PM Eastern, as they welcome Libertarian Candidate For Sheriff of St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana, Jennifer Werther. Jennifer will talk with us about her campaign, why she decided to run for Sheriff, and what she plans to do once elected. She spent 23 years in the United States Navy, becoming a navy Chief and is well qualified for the office of Sheriff. You can call in to the show with your thoughts, concerns, and questions by dialing: (347)-994-2949.
In Washington, D.C., we are fortunate to have several performing musicians that are internationally known and they direct Jazz programs at Universities in the area. This evening, I will interview Allyn Johnson who is the director of The University of the District of Columbia Jazz Studies Program. In addition, we will listen to tunes from his recent release, The Light That Grew Among Us. He is a native Washingtonian with many talents. Not only does he play the piano, he is an educator, composer, arranger and producer. He is one of the most sought after musicians in the jazz community. As a result, he divides his time between two cities, appearing at the Blue Note, Village Vanguard, and Birdland in New York, and Blues Alley and Bohemian Caverns in his home town. Join us this evening at Jazz Notes where jazz lives!
Bridget Johnson-PJ Media's Washington Editor reporrts on the Beltway's perspective on the Iranian Deal and Congress' expected response.
Clara Del Villar-founder, CEO, and editor-in-chief of the Hispanic Post (HispanicPost.com) explains why the Hispanic Vote has become so important.
Bob Waliszewski-Director of Media and Culture and director of Focus on the Family’s Plugged In department which features the popular Plugged In website Pluggedin.com talks about Mission Impossible 5 and the weekend box office results.
Alex McFarland-Director for Christian Worldview and Apologetics at the Christian Worldview Center of North Greenville University in Greenville, S.C weighs in on the Donald Trump phenomenon.
Sargis Sangari- Founder of the United Assyrian Appeal and the CEO of The Near East Center for Strategic Engagement LLC brings says ISIS to blame for 60 million refugees.
Jerry Jenkins-#1 New York Times best selling Author of Empire's End: A Novel of the Apostle Paul, considers an Empire's End and today's relevance.
Father Michael Collins-Vatican Insider, religious scholar and church historian presents Pope Francis: A Photographic Portrait of the People's Pope. A year in the life of The People’s Pope.
If a Negro in 1964 has to sit around and wait for some cracker senator to filibuster when it comes to the rights of black people, why, you and I should hang our heads in shame. You talk about a march on Washington in 1963, you haven't seen anything. There's some more going down in '64.
And this time they're not going like they went last year. They're not going singing ''We Shall Overcome." They're not going with white friends. They're not going with placards already painted for them. They're not going with round-trip tickets. They're going with one way tickets. And if they don't want that non-nonviolent army going down there, tell them to bring the filibuster to a halt.
The black nationalists aren't going to wait. Lyndon B. Johnson is the head of the Democratic Party. If he's for civil rights, let him go into the Senate next week and declare himself. Let him go in there right now and declare himself. Let him go in there and denounce the Southern branch of his party. Let him go in there right now and take a moral stand -- right now, not later. Tell him, don't wait until election time. If he waits too long, brothers and sisters, he will be responsible for letting a condition develop in this country which will create a climate that will bring seeds up out of the ground with vegetation on the end of them looking like something these people never dreamed of. In 1964, it's the ballot or the bullet.
The New York Mets were very busy in free agency ugrading the roster immensely with the likes of Juan Uribe, Kelly Johnson, Tyler Clippard and the biggest bat brought in since Carlos Delgado, Yoenis Cespedes. Found out how I feel Sandy Alderson did in free agency and if these moves will be enough to over take the Washington Nationals in the NL East.
The New York Yankees were quiet at the trade deadline but are bringing up one of their prized rookie possessions in Luis Severino. The offense has been on a torrid pace while the pitching still leaves much to be desired.
Four days of mayhem in a Mitch McConnell led Senate. Commentary from Joan McCarter, Marcy Wheeler, politcal satire from Culture of Truth. Jay Ackroyd moderates. Follow @emptywheel @JoanMcCarter @JayAckroyd @Bobblespeak
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