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  • 01:30

    Real Talk Miami- W/Bobby Melendez & Alex Atia-Chisca

    in Sports

    On the premiere episode of Real Talk Miami, the guys will discuss what you should expect from them on a weekly basis plus a varity of topics concerning your beloved sports teams such as: 

    Recapping the Miami Heat season opener against the Charlotte Hornets.

    The passing of Flip Saunders.

    The Miami Marlins search for a new manager.

    Al Golden's dismissal as Head Football Coach and who may replace him.

    The Miami Dolphins dominant victories the last two weeks.

    Preview the Dolphins Thursday Night Football game against the New England Patriots.

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    Enjoy the show!


  • 01:00

    Guest: Rob Callistro - The Reliever: My Journey from Pitcher to Preacher

    in Baseball

    Guest: Rob Callistro - The Reliever: My Journey from Pitcher to Preacher  Visit www.teamglorysports.com

    Rob knew he wanted to play professional baseball since the age of five. He had seen players on TV and knew that’s exactly what he wanted to do. He began playing baseball at the age of seven, and it was everything he thought it would be.

    It wasn’t just the game of baseball that he loved, but all the things that came with it: the comradery, being outside, the fans, and even the snacks at the concession stand. For Rob, this stuck very quickly, and solidly, in his heart.

    The Reliever: My Journey from Pitcher to Preacher is a candid story about Rob’s struggles and triumphs in his baseball career. His whole life revolves around baseball, and soon after a difficult dismissal from a team, he is forced to rethink his life. One day, he realizes just how far back in his life he has pushed God. God is nowhere in his dreams, goals, and aspirations.

    Rob’s story is not only captivating, but it makes the reader think about where God is in his or her life. It’s so easy to start making plans without God, but should we then expect His blessing?

    The Reliever captures Rob’s heart for God and shows just how God can use those so-called failures in our lives to build us up and strengthen us. And that’s just what God did for Rob. His passion for baseball is now a platform for his ministry. As you read The Reliever, be prepared to be inspired.

  • 00:16

    Cleaning Criminal Records

    in Legal

    This podcast focuses on the steps necessary to clean up a person’s public record of a criminal arrest. Attorney James Doerr explains expungements and sealings of records.


  • 00:56


    in Politics Progressive

    Join us saturday 30th August 2014 at 07:00am BST, 08:00am Zambian time when we have a panel of discussants who will 

    look at the recent dismissal of Wynter Kabimba who was Minister of Justice as well as Party Secretary General for the PF. His dismmissal has been widely celebrated and left a lot of people dismayed. On the panel is Mwamba Peni II , Norman Chipakupaku , Barbara Chanda, Richard Mutemwa ,  , and others

    Listen on www.blogtalkradio.com/politicalcrossfire   or call in on 0013478388065 . 

  • 02:02

    The Voice of the Turtle, Episode 8: Will the real Bruce Rondon please stand up?

    in Sports

    In this week's episode Rob and HookSlide discuss the week that was in Detroit Tigers baseball... all four games of it. Luckily, they were some eventful games, including a Maddux, near-no-hitter, and more #MustSeeJV. Mixed in with all the on-field madness was an off-field fiasco, the dismissal of reliever Bruce Rondon. The Tigers haven't said much, but fans have been able to read between the lines to get an idea of what exactly infuriated the team so much.

    Then, to properly celebrate the only team in the organization with playoff success, we invited Whitecaps play-by-play announcer Dan Hasty into the virtual studio to break down their improbable run to the Midwest League Championship.

    Topics in this week's episode include:

    An eventful series against the Chicago White Sox
    Jeff Samardzija's free agent market, and how to actually spell his name
    The Whitecaps!
    The Tigers' farm system, and whether all these prospect gurus are wrong
    The AL Central in 2016 and beyond, including the terrifying Minnesota Twins (yes, really)
    Whether this is the most pivotal Tigers offseason in recent memory
    Bruce Rondon's early winter vacation
    The future of baseball and medicine
    Listener questions!
    What in the world happened to Kurt Mensching
    A conversation with Whitecaps play-by-play announcer Dan Hasty


    2:10 - Rounding the Bases: at least the Tigers are winning championships somewhere!
    28:09 - Warming in the Pen: sizing up the AL Central
    44:46 - High and Tight: how to get extra vacation time using this one weird trick!
    1:07:34 - Into the Mob Scene at Home: maybe we should send this player home early, too
    1:30:41 - The 7th Inning Kvetch: talking with Whitecaps PBP announcer Dan Hasty about how you get this lucky

  • 01:56

    Dr. Julio Marmol, former advisor to Fidel Castro & Tad Atkinson, actor/writer

    in Entertainment

    Dr. Julio Antonio del Marmol is the son of the principal financier behind Castro's Revolution, Leonardo del Marmol. Due to the close relationship he had with Fidel at that time, Leonardo was able to get the young Julio Antonio's letter detailing his idea about training an "army for the future" into the hands of the new Commander-in-Chief. And so it was that, at the age of 12, Julio Antonio became the youngest Commander in the Rebel Army ("el Commandantico") and the Commander-in-Chief of the Young Commandos of the Rebel Army. In this position, he was a part of the Fidel's inner circle, and so saw firsthand the plans the Castros and their friend, Che Guevara, had for the island of Cuba. Alarmed, he went immediately to his father to warn him of the impending betrayal, only to be met with an outraged dismissal from the house. Utterly disillusioned, he confided everything to an uncle in Havana, only to learn that his uncle had been a spy since World War II. Convinced by his uncle's passion, Julio Antonio underwent intensive intelligence training, becoming the youngest spy in Cuban history before he had even turned 13.

    Over the next decade, until politicians blew his cover in 1971, Julio Antonio took secrets right out of Fidel Castro's very office and transmitted them to U.S. Naval Intelligence at Guantanamo. He became the most-hunted spy in all of Cuba, codenamed by Castro himself as "the Lightning." His cover blown, he is given 48 hours to get off of the island before Cuba's G-2 counterintelligence agency catch up with him to put him before the firing squad.

  • 02:01

    Back Talk With Sharona - "Straight Outta" Compton

    in Entertainment

    Join Sharona and special guest Jennifer Eakin as they discuss the NWA movie's whitewashing of rap's mysognyistic history, the NLRB's dismissal of unionization efforts by college athletes, plus your NFL update Wednesday 10:00 a.m. to Noon CDT.

  • 00:43

    Emmanuel Sanders is not a sleeper

    in Sports

    Mind of Mansion Podcast Episode 153: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion responds to Bill Barnwell's dismissal of the term sleeper in fantasy football. 

    CJ Anderson's outstanding 2014 efficiency was aided by more significant randomness than any other running back in the NFL last season.

    Zero RB is nice in theory until you actually have to go out and find these unicorns while competing against 11 other owners.

    Zero RB is a sound draft concept that you should audible to when your preconceived RBs plans are extinguished by your league mates.

    Bill Barnwell is forever enshrined as the football analyst who invented speed score. 

    Defining the term "sleeper" in fantasy football.

    Sleepers are not obsolete regardless of what Bill Barnwell thinks. 

    The literal definition of Zero RB should be "Late-ish RB" 

    Matt Kelley's 10 real-quick-sleepers for 2015: Dan Herron, Leonard Hankerson, Jonathan Grimes, Jeff Janis, Buck Allen, Tyler Gaffney, Nick Toon, Phillip Dorsett, Austin Seferian-Jenkins, and Teddy Bridgewater.

    Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com


  • 01:08

    The Show with Danny P. - NFC and AFC West Previews

    in Sports

    On the show today, we take a look at the MLB Trade Deadline - who won, who lost, and who made a serious push to the postseason. Also, the fallout of the dismissal of Tigers general manager Dave Dombrowski.

    Plus, we start our NFL Previews with the NFC West and AFC West divisions, including the defending NFC Champions Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos.

  • 01:55

    A More Sure Word Of Prophecy

    in Christianity

    Thou shalt fear the Lord thy God, and serve him. Deuteronomy 6:13. CTr 218.1
    We should not present our petitions to God to prove whether He will fulfill His word, but because He will fulfill it; not to prove that He loves us, but because He loves us. CTr 218.2
    “Again, the devil taketh him up into an exceeding high mountain ... and saith unto him, All these things will I give thee, if thou wilt fall down and worship me.” CTr 218.3
    This was Satan’s crowning effort. Into this effort he threw all his beguiling power. It was the charm of the serpent. He exerted the power of his fascination upon Christ, striving to make Him yield His will to him. In His weakness Christ laid hold of God. Divinity flashed through humanity. Christ stood revealed as the Commander of heaven, and His words were the words of one who has all power. “Get thee behind me, Satan,” He said, “for it is written, Thou shalt worship the Lord thy God, and him only shalt thou serve.” CTr 218.4
    Satan had questioned whether Jesus was the Son of God. In his summary dismissal he had proof that he could not gainsay. He had no power to resist the command. Writhing with humiliation and rage, he was forced to withdraw from the presence of the world’s Redeemer. Christ’s victory was as complete as had been the failure of Adam. CTr 218.5
    Christ knew of the long years of conflict in the future between human beings and their subtle foe. He is the refuge of all who, beset by temptation, call upon Him. Temptation and trial will come to us all, but we need never be worsted by the enemy. Our Saviour has conquered in our behalf. Satan is not invincible. Day by day he meets those who are on trial, striving by his wiles to gain the mastery over them. His accusing power is great, and it is in this line that he wins more victories than in any other. Christ was tempted, that He might know how to help every soul that should afterward be tempted.

  • 00:31

    #085 Kristi Vredeveld - My Backpack Tags School Dismissal System

    in Family

    The Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) Program is the largest school based father engagement program in the nation with nearly 4000 schools participating.

    Kristi, a mother of three young children, found that coordinating her children’s after-school activities was no small task and left a great deal of room for error. (Have you ever had your child on the bus while you are sitting in car line…? Then you race home trying to beat the bus! Or, how many times have you had to call the school office to relay a message to your child, or your child has called you during the school day?  Think about how disruptive that is to the teachers and your child?) With her homemade version of what was to become mybackpacktags, Kristi found the answer: Provide a child with the tools to be successful, and they will succeed! Every morning on the drive to school, Kristi and her children discuss their after-school plans. (Some days each child has a different plan!) Each child is responsible for changing his or her own tag and does so with confidence and pride. Kristi’s idea was so effective that teachers began recommending her idea and other families soon followed suit. Children were organized, prepared, and confident; Teachers were free of distractions about children’s after-school plans; and Parents went about their day knowing that their child would know where to go!
    Such a simple solution to a complex problem.

    Each week, WatchDOGS Radio host Keith Schumacher and co-host Chris Danenhauer discuss how this program is impacting families and schools across our nation and in three foreign countries.

    Please join our audience and call in with your questions and comments.