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This weeks sees the first and last Episode 7 of the Lion of Vienna podcast. Hosted by Mr. Chris Manning, he's joined by Lee, Dan and occasionally by Dan's dog, as they discuss the big stories surrounding Bolton Wanderers in the past week. The boys discussed the drab 1-1 draw with Charlton Athletic, Barry Bannan and Neil Danns' naughty late night antics, a slightly better result with the hard fought point away at Brentford and then they take to the listeners' opinions in the Twitter question of the week. Don't miss it!
It's the second edition of the LOVPod! Chris Manning, Dan Murphy, and Dennis Chase are back again along with Lion of Vienna Suite contributor Lee Tennant. You already read their thoughts about Bolton Wanderers on the SB Nation network, now you can listen to the boys talk about last week's loss to Blackburn, the recent win over Millwall, and this week's visit to Ipswich.
It's a momentus day in LOVPod history as, for the first time ever, we have a recurring cast. Whether that's a good or bad thing, well, that's for you to decide.
Daniel Murphy is once again your host and he's joined by Rob Latham and Lee Tennant, as they all manage to ramble on for far too long about Bolton Wanderers.
The lads discussed in great detail the depressing affair that was the Whites' last game of the season, a 1-0 defeat to Birmingham City; reflected on the season on a whole, dissecting the bad moments and the good; they debated over which on-loan players should stay in the summer and finally ended with the Twitter question of the week.
It's a good one, so don't miss out!
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With Lord Manning away basking in the Florida sunshine, Dan takes over hosting responsibilities for the eighth episode of the LOVpod, and you can almost pinpoint the exact moment in which he buckles under the pressure of carrying such a prestigious mantle. He's joined by two lovely chaps in the shape of Lee Tennant and Rob Latham as they discuss a deluge of topics.
Recording immeditialy after Bolton's embaressing performance against Bournemouth, they get things under way by discussing all the facets of the game: Bolton's no show, the flaws of the 3-5-2, the utter ineptitude of our defending and Bournemouth's chances of Premiear League survivial next season.
Then they move on to talking points such as: Emile Heskey staying at the club next season, Paddy McCarthy's injury, what Neil Lennon needs to do during the summer and how he'll recruit new additions to his squad and the saddening retirement of defender Marc Tierney.
After that, it's all about looking forward for the boys, as they preview our last game of this long and dreary season against Birmingham City and discuss the Twitter question of the week: what are your hopes for next season?
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This week's LOVPod is hosted by Mr. Chris Manning and features a completely unprovoked attack on Tim Ream by Liam O'Meara. The USA international is heroically defended by Dan Murphy, even when debutante Rob Latham joins in on the side of the America haters. You will also hear a look back at the Cardiff City and Norwich City matches from last week, along with a preview of the upcoming match with Charlton Athletic and your answers to our Twitter question of the week.
Two men arrested in the death of Cecil the lion -- a case in which an American dentist has also been accused, unleashing a torrent of anger online -- were released Wednesday by a court in Zimbabwe on $1,000 bail each.
Theo Bronchorst, a professional hunter, and Honest Trymore Ndlovu, a landowner, both Zimbabweans, said through their attorney that they were innocent of poaching charges, which officials said could bring a sentence of 10 years in prison.
Zimbabwean authorities said that Walter J. Palmer, a dentist from Minnesota, paid at least $50,000 for the hunt. Palmer has said he relied on the expertise of local guides "to ensure a legal hunt."
But the lion that he and his local guides killed wasn't just any lion, according to Zimbabwean officials.
He was Cecil, a major tourist draw at Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park.
The 13-year-old lion, recognizable by the black streaks in his mane, suffered a slow death, according to the Zimbabwe National Conservation Force.
The hunters lured him out of the sanctuary of the park with a dead animal on top of a vehicle, the conservation group said.
Palmer, officials said, then shot the lion with a crossbow, a method for which he is known. But Cecil survived another 40 hours until the hunters tracked him down and shot him with a gun.
On this edition of Free for All Friday, Randall and Stacy Harp discuss the news of the day. Today we will discuss the tragic death of a lion named Cecil and the more tragic death of millions of babies who have been slaughteterd by Planned Parenthood.
Dog Behavior and Training expert Julie Forbes comments on Cecil the Lion's death and then two interviews with dog-related authors Spencer Quinn and Jon Katz.
So they tell me a dentist paid 55,000 to shoot and kill an African lion! The world seems to be in an uproar. This thing brought Jummy Kimmel to tears on the air! You have got to be kidding me? Another dead lion? It too bad for sure but not nearly worth shedding a tear over. If you need something to cry about, cry about the 11,00 black babies where killed in New York at the hands of abortion clinics.
Ferguson burned because of Mike Brown. 11,000 Black babies murdered to the silence of the left and the leftist media.
I am sorry if I can't get all misty over the death of an aging lion.
Trials and Tribulations happen to all of us. There is no escaping it. The pressure can sometimes be unbearable when they happen. How we respond to what happens to us is more important than the event itself.
Join Rayanne Lane, Financial Advisor, Tracy Stevens, CEO of Stray Ink, LLC, Karen McFadden, Vice-President of Sales and Marketing for La Naturalle Products and your host Ida Crawford, CEO of Daily Life For Me, as we round-table how we conquer fears when going through trials and tribulations. You will definitely take something away that you can use.