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Cloverleaf Radio's hosts The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon and Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling's Gremlina welcome Actor and Musician, Robbie Rist, Best known as Michaelangelo in the "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" films, Cousin Oliver on "The Brady Bunch", "Doc McStuffins" and SO much more! JOIN US!
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NWP welcomes Danny Bonaduce! Danny relives stories from the Partridge Family TV series and talks about their connections to the Brady Bunch.
Danny started at the age of ten starring as Danny Partridge on the TV series The Partridge Family. On the show the band’s manager played by Dave Madden supported Danny outside the show. Bonaduce has said that he owes a lot to Madden, who took him into his home during his real life family's domestic problems. At the end of the series, Bonaduce's late teens and twenties saw drug abuse and a period of homelessness. In the late 1980s, Bonaduce had become an on-air radio personality. In the early 1990s David Cassidy signed Bonaduce on as his opening act. Since that time, Bonaduce has continued working regularly as a media personality.
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!There's a Story...Becoming the Brady Bunch, is it an easy transition? So you guys decided to combine kids and mesh a family...how's that working out for ya? Traditional family is being redefined every day and combining resources is becoming more and more popular. Does it work? How do you make the pieces of your family puzzle fit and what are some of the ways you can make it work without having to alienate or exile anyone from the new group? Getting the buy in from all parties concerned may take a proactive approach!
Babies will be made, and wives will be beat. All because of a game.
Drunk drivers will be all over the road. Driving while high on weed or other drugs is the same thing. Don't be a bahstad!
Peyton Manning has an annoying weirdly deep voice. It make me want to poop.
Cam Newton keeps sneezing into his arm. Someone give him a benadryl.
Anonymous is at it again, being basement tough guys while smelling like BO and mildew.
I heard Peyton yell "NEBRASKA!"
As I type this, Denver scored another touch down. Looks like Peyton had another ring like his little brother.
I'm waiting for baseball to start.
A crane in Manhatten collapsed, and was caught on camera by an italian resident. All you could hear him say was beep beep beeeeeeep.
Tom Brady was booed during the pre-game introductions.Bill Belicheck paid the crowd to boo.
It has been a busy week in the fight to win a 4 year stay in the worlds most exclusive hotel (The Whitehouse). Iowa was fun, Hils and Bern in essentialy a tie, Cruz beating Trump, and Marco rising. Last nights GOP debate was fun to watch. The govs taking turns to beat up on Marco, Ttrump getting a free pass and the Cruzinator being accused of drity tricks. Ben missing his que to enter the stage just about summed up what many people feel about him, too demur to play with this bunch of hooligans.
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This episode in the 2nd part of " The Rules for US versus the Rules for Them" episode. In the previous episode I discussed how non-minority athletes and entertainers can do certain things or act a certain way , but if an athlete or entertainer who is a minority does those same things and act in the same way; there actions are then scrutinized by the media and then NOT accepted by the public once the media has molded the situation. Now, with the Super bowl being just a few days away there is a polarizing subplot in the air. Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton has caught a lot of backlash from the media because of his end zone dances and having fun while winning games, but it is perfectly acceptable for Aaron Rodgers to have an end zone celebration, acceptable for Peyton to curse out Julius Thomas on the field during the 2014 AFC Chaampionship game, or even acceptable for Tom Brady to talk trash on the field while being mic'd up. Cam is viewed as arrogant, but Manning, Rodgers, and Brady are firey competitors. Cam is being labled as "the villan" going into Super Bowl 50 because most media outlets want Peyton Manning to go out on top by winning his last appearance in the Super Bowl. Now, the media is putting Cam in a no win situation with the public. If Cam and the Panthers beat Peyton and the Broncos, the he will be "the villan", but if Peyton wins it, Peyton will be branded as one of the greatest QBs of all times and people will say Cam choked. Is that fair? No, but the media has the power to do that. Peyton is still one of the greatest of all-time even without a win the Super Bowl. Why does the public NOT see that? The media molds the public's perception. Call In at 323.417.6807 with questions.
Tune in, for this very exciting episode of the BYGP Locker Room Show, as we host Super Bowl Champion and former All-Pro Linebacker, Tully Banta-Cain. This is a fabulous opportunity for athletes and parents to hear from a person who has had to work for every opportunity that he has received. Join us, as we hear Tully's football testimony and gain key advice and insight, into the business of football. Let's go!
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BEYOND THE LAW OF ATTRACTION TALK RADIO- Get ready to become inspired and live the life you deserve to live. This 30 minute internet based radio show will inspire you to take inspired action. Listen each week to Chaney Weiner, inspirational speaker and founder of the Chaney Institute of Human Potential as he discusses the topics that matter most to you in any of the 7 areas of life (financial, relationships, career, spiritual, mindset, health & well being, and social). If you wish to receive regular updates on upcoming show topics please register for the Attraction Secrets newsletter at www.ChaneyWeiner.com
This week King & Chris talked about the greatest Black wrestlers & gimmicks, gave out their Wrestlemania 32 cards, & reviewed the Lucha Underground season 2 premiere. Chris talks his adventures in shopping. New caller Tom, Dustin, & Harry join us.
If there's a 3 count we are on it plus some MMA talk too.
Follow VOC Nation @vocnation Visit VOC Nation on the web at http://vocnation.com, simulcast on http://thebradyhicks.com The VOC Nation Radio Network traces its roots back to 2009 in suburban Philadelphia.
Bruce Wirt took over the afternoon shift on the Voice America Health and Wellness Network and proclaimed himself, “your new ‘Voice of Choice’ in afternoon radio.” The V-O-C in VOC Nation was born. Over the next 3 years,
Wirt took his act to Philadelphia radio, eventually settling in at independently owned WNJC 1360AM. The VOC Nation Radio Network spun away from WNJC in October 2012 and took to the “cloud”, using their solid fan base to
instantly become one of the most listened to mediums on the Internet. In 2014, VOC Nation merged with Brady Hicks' IN THE ROOM Internet Radio Network, giving the combined medium over 50,000 monthly listeners.
VOC Nation Radio streams live programming 7 days a week. VOC Nation has nearly 100,000 twitter followers and has consistently ranked in the top 1% of downloadable podcasts as ranked by Podomatic,
and in the top 5% of live streaming programming as ranked by Stitcher Internet Radio. Considered "The Mothership" of VOC Nation VOC Wrestling Nation is now hosted by @KingDavidLane & @ChrisBest99.
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Ken Holloway welcomes social media expert Erin Cell of www.sociallypowered.com and they discuss a variety of topics relating to all things social media. Ken asks Erin a bunch of questions relating to the growth of his own business; and the conversation goes into depth on why it's important to have a sales funnel and why social media is necessary to optimize engagement, growth and customer satisfaction.
Erin is a veteran in social media, runs her own successful company and stays abreast of the latest and greatest in the industry. She's top notch and I am happy to recommend her.
Former Super Bowl Champion, Brian Kinchen, who played for both the Patriots and the Carolina Panthers is a guest on Sports with Friends.. Kinchen is a retired 14-year NFL tight end and long snapper who played for Miami, Cleveland, Baltimore, Carolina, and New England. As a tight end, he caught 160 passes for 1,648 yards and seven touchdowns. In 2003, Brian joined the Patriots late in the season and snapped the game winning field goal in Super Bowl XXXVIII.
Additionally, a documentary about his life/career is currently in production with a feature film in development titled “Before The Kick.” It details his return to football after becoming a middle school teacher.
His career has many twists and turns & he also has strong opinions on Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Cam Newton, the Panthers. It's a unique preview for Super Bowl 50.