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  • 01:02

    From The Touchline in Seattle

    in Sports

    What a week. English derbys, Carling Cup upsets, MLS playoff madness and more. Todd Stauber and Aaron Heinzen are here to cover it all for you. We'll take a look at the week that was and the weekend that will be. Chelsea drop yet another Premier League game before being dumped out of the Capital One Cup by Stoke City as pressure mounts on Jose Mourinho heading into Saturdays' match with Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp. In Manchester the derby disappointed with a dull 0-0 draw before United were blown out of the Capital One Cup by a lower division side. Back stateside, Didier Drogba scored his 12th goal in 12 matches to lead Montreal into the Eastern Conference Semifinals, while Seattle dethroned the LA Galaxy knocking them out 3-2 in a wild one in Seattle. Speaking of wild....we'll tell you about the Portland v Sporting Kansas City game that saw every player on the field take a penalty as Portland moved onto the Western Conference Semifinals against Northwest rival Vancouver. We'll preview the semifinals for you and give our predictions as we head into the first leg. Don't miss Heinzo's Halloween edition of the World XI, and Staubers' Bottom 3. It's all here on From The Touchline in Seattle. Catch us at Noon EST, 9am PST.

  • 00:19

    MLS Playoffs: Montreal v Toronto, Portland Timbers vs Sporting KC review

    in Soccer

    This soccer podcast will take you higher than a Jack Jewsbury spot kick ...

    0:00 - 14:30 Analyzing Montreal vs Toronto, outlining how Bernier, Piatti and Drogba dismantled Toronto's defense, and how Montreal stopped Giovinco, Bradley and Jozy.

    14:30 - 29:30 That penalty shootout though. We explain how and why Matt Besler got his Panenka penalty kick so very wrong, why Nat Borchers is the boss, and how Jon Kempin was nearly Sporting KC's hero.

    29:30- 34:40 Our best guesses at the plot to "Undisputed II: Last Man Standing."

    34:40 - 37:0 Quick rundown of MLS Playoff games for Sunday, plus a great initiative set up by New York Red Bulls fans to buy playoff tickets for kids who don't usually get to watch soccer. The fundraising page is here: https://www.gofundme.com/RBNYNov8 (if they go over the $5,000 goal, they buy even more tickets!)

    37:00 - 42:30 TSS Scouting Network gets a Southampton starlet and a US U-17 player who didn't lose to Chile. Just saying.

    42:30- 44:38 An exciting TSS announcement about extra content ...


  • 01:00

    From The Touchline in Seattle

    in Sports

    Todd Stauber and Aaron Heinzen return to the airwaves again this week to cover the world of soccer from a Seattle perspective. The boys will dive into the Barclay's Premier League and talk about the first potential managerial sacking of the season. Will it be Brendan Rogers? Maybe Dick Advocaat, or perhaps Steve McLaren? Chelsea v Arsenal provided the typical fireworks and Staubs and Heinzo will talk Mourinho, Costa, and of course Ansene Wenger. Manchester United seems to have found the #9 they have been looking for in new teenage sensation Anthony Martial. See what they have to say about all things Premier League. The CONCACAF Champions League is moving to the knockout rounds and the boys will cover the remaining 8 teams and their chances of winning. Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Mueller have taken goal scoring to another level for Bayern Munich and the boys will talk about this fantastic duo and the chances it gives Munich for a UEFA Champions League title this year. The MLS season is coming to a close and playoff spots are at a premium. Will Portland make it? Will Didier Drogba lead Montreal into the playoffs? Will Seattle's late season signings and resurgence put them on the same level as LA Galaxy heading into the playoffs? All questions MLS will be answered along with Stauber's Bottom 3 and Heinzo's World XI. Catch them Friday at 9am PST noon EST.

  • 00:42

    PawedCast Episode 31: New York Red Bulls Review / Montreal Impact Preview

    in Soccer

    Three wins in a row. Sounds good, doesn't it? The only thing better than winning three in a row would be to win four in a row.

    Orlando City will try to do just that on Saturday and if the club pulls through, the playoffs are still not out of the realm of possibility. It will be a tough challenge against a Montreal Impact club that's very much in form since the addition of superstar striker Didier Drogba. We're here to preview that imporant match-up.

    But first, we want to dwell on the past. Specifically, we want to dwell on a big 5-2 win at Red Bull Arena last Friday night. Cyle Larin, Carlos Rivas, Luke Boden, Lewis Neal, the woodwork...we rate all of their performances. We pick out our Man of the Match selections, as well.

    And there's a little Cristiano Ronaldo talk in the air. It's ridiculous but it's out there, so why not talk about it?

    We close with our key match-ups for this weekend and our score predictions. Here's how it happened:

    0:26- Our analysis of a fantastic win over the New York Red Bulls, including hat tricks and goal streaks and all three Designated Players playing well.

    15:52- Our MotM selections for last Friday's game, and it's not unanimous.

    21:02- Cristiano Ronaldo to Orlando City? We think not but dare to dream!

    24:51- Previewing Montreal Impact and what Orlando City has to do to get a win.

    32:04- Our key match-ups and final score predictions!

  • 00:11

    A Theory of Parenting - On my way to L'Amore Della Musica

    in Parents


    Welcome to A Theory of Parenting on Blogtalkradio.com

    My name is Tammi Joyner

    I am your Host for the Show

    Today the title of our show is On my way to L' Amore Della Musica

    April 18, 2015 at 2:30pm the NYPL will present L' Amore Della Musica

    a Woodwind Quintet at Bruno Walters Auditorium in NYC

    The Program will include music from: 

    -Gieseppe Cambini, George F Handel, Irving Fine, J.S. Bach, Alexander Krein, Nino Rota, Didier Favre

    The Artist are:

    Cecilia Sparacio, Veroslav Taskov, Simeon Loring, Nancy Vizza, Lori Brand

    On my way to the theater I will stop at the shops at Columbus Circle in the Time Warner Center, Central Park to see the horse drawn carriages, Trump International Hotel Building, Columbus statue and a host of other Statues in the area, Jazz at the Lincoln Center Dizzy's Club Coca and Cola, FAO Sweets near Broadway!

    There we will give you info on our concert for this evening!


  • 02:02

    The Helios Biblios (The Book of the Sun) Hour : Ancient Blood Conspiracy Jesuit

    in Current Events

    The following is the Jesuit Extreme Oath of Induction given to high ranking Jesuits only. This oath is taken from the book Subterranean Rome by Carlos Didier, translated from the French, and published in New York in 1843.

    "When a Jesuit of the minor rank is to be elevated to command, he is conducted into the Chapel of the Convent of the Order, where there are only three others present, the principal or Superior standing in front of the altar. On either side stands a monk, one of whom holds a banner of yellow and white, which are the Papal colors, and the other a black banner with a dagger and red cross above a skull and crossbones, with the word INRI, and below them the wordsIUSTUM, NECAR, REGES, IMPIOUS. The meaning of which is: It is just to exterminate or annihilate impious or heretical Kings, Governments, or Rulers. Upon the floor is a red cross at which the postulant or candidate kneels. The Superior hands him a small black crucifix, which he takes in his left hand and presses to his heart, and the Superior at the same time presents to him a dagger, which he grasps by the blade and holds the point against his heart, the Superior still holding it by the hilt, and thus addresses the postulant:"

    Superior: My son, heretofore you have been taught to act the dissembler: among Roman Catholics to be a Roman Catholic, and to be a spy even among your own brethren; to believe no man, to trust no man. Among the Reformers, to be a reformer; among the Huguenots, to be a Huguenot; among the Calvinists, to be a Calvinist; among other Protestants, generally to be a Protestant,and obtaining their confidence, to seek even to preach from their pulpits, and to denounce with all the vehemence in your nature our Holy Religion and the Pope;

  • 01:00

    Feed Your Head and Progress Toward Democracy

    in Current Events

    'Feed Your Head w/ Ruthann RA Amarteifio' returns on 6 January-----

    'Progress Toward Democracy w/ Brian Stetten & Ruthann RA Amarteifio'
    In the first quarter hour, Brian Stetten speaks of whether he believes class consciousness can be fully realized.
    Then Didier Ortiz joins us from Florida-----FB 'Ortiz for Commissioner''----
    He is a Co-chair of the Broward Green Party and an active member of the Dream Defenders.
    He is currently running for commissioner in Ft. Lauderdale’s District 3. A firm supporter of human rights, he is a respected community activist, most recently speaking out against the city’s food sharing ban and other homeless hate laws.
    He was a key organizer for the march to shut down Ft. Lauderdale’s Winterfest Parade earlier this month. The march's  purpose was to raise awareness of the ongoing systemic police brutality crisis plaguing our cities.


  • 01:25

    BDSIR Network Presents: No Foul Play

    in Soccer

    Today kicks off our new season on the BDSIR Network as No Foul Play comes to you live at 7:30 PM Eastern, 12:30 AM United Kingdom time. On today's debut show, we will discuss all of the transfer news and gossip. We will also speak on the recent friendlies that have taken part all over the world for the big European clubs, including the second annual International friendly tournament in the International Champions Cup. We will also speak on the most recent MLS and Brazilian results, plus Kaka's debut as he is on loan with Sao Paulo in Brazil. Plus, we are exactly three weeks away from the start of the Barclays Premier League. We will preview this season and what will happen with each of the clubs in the English league. All of this and more on tonight's edition of BDSIR Network Presents: No Foul Play. 

    (347) 637-3859 is the number to call in the United States/Canada. You can also Skype into the show as the show goes live on the show link page, or you can tweet Andy directly @BDSIRNOFOULPLAY.

    Show Twitter: @BDSIRNOFOULPLAY
    Hugo's Twitter: @RealHugoRueda
    Andy's Twitter: @TheRealWilba
    Ric's Twitter: @RicFishBoy

  • 00:32

    Clint Didier, congressional candidate, Washington state

    in Politics Conservative

    Clint Didier, former Washington Redskins tight end and Super Bowl hero, is running for Congress in Washington state. A Tea Party favorite, he has been endorsed by the likes of Ron Paul, Mark Levin and Amy Kremer, co-founder of Tea Party Patriots. With the country seemingly in contstant turmoil and looking for change, Clint calls in to Liberty Drive to discuss his candidacy, why the Obama regime has been a disaster, the Redskins name controversy, and how America can return to prosperity. 

  • 00:46

    TOR RADIO with Shawn Francis and Kevin Brown, Ep. 2

    in Sports

    SF and Kevin Brown discussing the most important topics in the American soccersphere today: Drogba's perm, TH14's outburst and the return of The Name Game.

  • 00:45

    FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014 Preview

    in Soccer

    Listen to our expert soccer panel as we preview and discuss the latest news on the upcoming 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.  In this show, we will analyze group play and predict which teams will advance.  We will include in-depth analysis on the teams from Mexico and the United States, focusing on Mexico's opening matchup with Cameroon and the USA's controversial decision to cut star Landon Donovan.  We will point out which players to watch, and how the event's location in Brazil might affect the outcome.  Finally, we will make our predictions on who will win the World Cup.