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Two time solo RAAM champion Christoph Strasser joins us from Austria for a discussion about his training, record setting 2013 ride and preparation for the 2014 race. Christoph is the rare talent who has had success from a young age and only continues to improve. Tune in to hear from the reigning Race Across America champion and one of the best in the world at endurance bicycle racing.
Today on The Boochcast, Booch talks about fixing his laptop old school, his convo with the contractor, Desmond talks about the midnight release party at Gamestop, gives his booking idea for a Tyler Breeze Face Turn, we recap Monday Night RAW, Rumor: Christoph Waltz To Join Bond 24 As Villain, and He Knows The Ropes: New Deputy Retiring As Professional Wrestler.
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Raise Your Voice, hosted by Tia Carter. Raise Your Voice is a show dedicated to poetry ans spoken word artist. Today's guest is spoken word artist and Chicago Coalition for the Homeless advocate Christoph Collins. Today's show also includes pieces on upcoming Chicago artist Terrance Hooks and John Green. You will also hear from Arion Simmons on the Ari's Remarks on Relationships Show.
What is the connection between engagment and influence? Does work that motivates you have to come as the cost of a competitive salary? Natalie Holder-Winfield talks to Christoph Lueneburger, author of A Culture of Purpose: How to Choose the Right People and Make the Right People Choose You about these and many other questions that challenge the notions of engagement in today's organizations. During this interview, you'll hear how engaged employees add to the diversity of thought in our offices and often contribute new thoughts and improvements. You will also learn how engaged employees are necessary for keeping an organizational mission and purpose honest and in check.
April 8, 2014
Axis Communique with David and Chris
Today’s show will be a conversation between myself and Christopher Borsella about several subjects, in the first ever ‘Axis Communique’ – a show highlighting the views of your humble host and the official policy of the American Nationalist Association. Today’s topics include: the destructive legacy of the Strasser Brothers (Gregor and Otto) on legitimate National Socialism; the contradiction of so-called ‘Leftist National Socialism’; the post-Ernst Rohm NSDAP; Feminism as a Jewish-derived aberration of natural gender norms; the line between legitimate anti-feminism and anti-female politics; and we will also be covering vital information for candidates running in the local British elections this May.
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Every year the Academy Awards reflect a political climate in America. The movies that win are often a social statement of how those who affect the culture want the culture to go. Just as Sidney Poitier won Best Actor in 1964 for Lillies of the Field during the turbulent Civil Rights Protest Era as a statement of racial tolerance, and Broke Back Mountain won as Best Picture in 2005 as a statement of acceptance of the homosexual community, film audiences are looking at this year's nominations and wondering what socio-political statement will be made in 2014. Last year, Christoph Waltz, the white actor who sacrificed his life to save a black man, Jamie Foxx, in the film Django received an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor. Did this perhaps diffuse the growing rage in the African American community towards white government officials who attempted to obstruct President Obama's health care program? What racial statement will be made if films such as "Twelve Years A Slave" or "The Butler" win Oscars?
Mr. Christoph Pollatos is a serial entrepreneur. He currently holds the position of President & CEO for BioChar Central Inc., an Eco-Solutions enterprise, founded in March 2011.
The company transforms biomass waste streams into useful, profitable organic soil building and water purification products.
It has developed a proprietary low cost, clean technology which helps sustainably converts wood and agricultural wastes into powerful soil enhancers, boosting crop yields, preventing desertification, all while helping mitigate Climate Change risks.
Before founding BioChar Central, Mr. Pollatos started Verdant Energy Solutions Inc., an Alternative Energy Fuel Provider. The company focused on producing “Bio-Coal", a renewable fuel alternative to fossil coal used by electric generating utilities world-wide. Using Bio-Coal instead of fossil coal at electric generating utilities substantially reduces CO2 and other harmful greenhouse gas emissions from Power Plants.
Boston Conservatory 2012 graduate Ariel Strasser comes on to talk about her upcoming CD, Crooked Line, being released on November 3 at The Burren in Somerville.
The CD release will be at 8:00. Ariel will be joined by Max Judelson on bass and Nate Tucker on drums.
Opener - Thomas John Cadrin
We are live from the Rosarito Beach Hotel having a blast in sunny Baja with a great saltwater show for you.
Polaris Supreme skipper Tommy Rothery has the latest bluefin tuna news and more on the yellowfin tuna down the Baja coast.
Independence skipper Paul Strasser talks about the huge catches he has made recently on tuna, yellowtail and over 80 white seabass one night at Cedros Island in Baja. He also talks about the huge pod of blue whales just offshore from where we are; the Rosarito Beach Hotel.
Captain Buzz Brizendine from the Prowler with 100 bluefin tuna in a single stop.
The Big Bad Bass & Barracuda Bash starts Friday & Saturday Fishing with Phil on the Enterprise.
The “Fishing Weatherman” joins us live from the CBS news studio in Phoenix Arizona with weather and more fishing expertise.
Don Ashley talks about what’s happening in Los Angeles/Orange county and how you can donate to help the Baja orphanages.
Angler Cruz Soto calls in about a recent great trip on the Mirage in the Channel Islands.
And that’s not all. Lots mo