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  • 00:53

    Most Dominant Athletes?

    in Fitness

    Who is the most dominant athlete of our time? We kick around a few candidates and cover a few more issues including how that talent in a newer sports matures over time. We also talked about John Cena's broken nose and its impact on our gym. Part one of two totally unrelated parts (because we didn't want to drop a two hour episode.)Mark Bell hosts with Michael Farr and Jim McDonald. Jim McDonald produced.

  • 00:46

    Dominant Puppy??

    in Pets

    Gigi has a puppy that she perceives has a streak to be the pack leader. She is worried, since he is a bull mastive that she might have trouble down the line.
    Is it possible to have a dominant puppy? Can it be changed? What possibilities are there? What makes a puppy dominant?

  • 01:08

    UPLIFTING HUMANITY THROUGH MEDITATION

    in Culture

    Crisis Dramatist Phyllis Helene interviews:


          Returning Guest DR. LESLY PHILIPS


    Speaker, Author, Leader, Meditation Teacher and Healer.


    DR. PHILIPS IS THE AUTHOR OF THE MIDAS TREE


             Uplifting Humanity Through Meditation!!!!!!

  • 00:34

    DOMINANT WOMEN

    in Lifestyle

    Men are used to initiating everything — from the first contact to sex to proposing marriage. Guys are the ones who have to do all the hard work while women sit around and wait for wonderful things to happen.


    It must be difficult being the one who always has to do the pursuing rather than being the one chased by an admirer. But what if the tables were turned? Do you think you'd be thrilled if your woman always did the chasing when it came to sex? Will it be ok if Women propose to men?


    We would like to know what men prefer in women.  Do you guys like them being shy or open.


    The wonderful thing about a sexually aggressive woman is that she's completely in tune with what she enjoys when it comes to lovemaking. She has no qualms about letting her lover know what makes her tick.


    As well, she'll always be up for a sexual escapade with you, and she'll likely be bold in and out of the bedroom. You can rest assured that she's not shy or uncomfortable about discussing fantasies and naughty little ideas.


    The best part of having an aggressive lover is that you won't always have to be the one who initiates; she won't hesitate to take off your clothes and sit on top of you.


    This is the kind of woman who could make love to you with slow-motioned sensuality or enjoy some sexual frolic made up of animalistic intuition.


    And the fact that she goes in search of her own orgasms takes away some of the pressures that most guys feel when it comes to having sex. Now you don't have to worry about making her climax because she'll ensure that the both of you do.


    It sounds wonderful to me.  Let's talk about it tonight at 8pm.  YOu know it NO FILTERS BABY!!!

  • BDSM and were not talking about Big Dicks and Small Minds or are we.

    in LGBT

    You never know what you will hear on the show but we touch or be touched by the average size of the male anatomy or lack there of. We will have a special guest being hypnotized on the show lets see what crazy things we can make one do. It is sure to be an outragous broadcast. 

  • 00:16

    Season 2 Week 6 Madden 16, Chasing the top"

    in Sports

    As the season continues, and as teams start to find their niche, it will be more apparent how important each week is, and that too not look ahead of ourselves. The Packers are the #1 team right now, but the Panthers and Falcons are right there on his heels, and the 4x champ Rams is still the best team in the league until someone else prooves different. There are a lot of teams who have a shot this year, nobody is dominant, and nobody can be taken lightly, every game is important. Who's going to seperate themselves, and who will kick it in another gear as the season progress. Be focus, stay the course, and never give up. 

  • 00:18

    Beware: Malware Crossing! Organized Cybercrime Comes to Town

    in Technology

    One of the most dominant trends observed in the cybercrime during 2015 was the spread of organized crime groups to new territories.


    Using banking Trojans to attack banks in new geographies is a significant step because it is considered to be part of the malware’s evolution. Before they can venture into countries they never targeted before, crime groups have to invest in an adequate preparatory stage that includes reconnaissance of the banking systems in that geography. They also have to build or pay for the major components of amassing a botnet in that area: spam campaigns in the corresponding language using suitable social engineering ploys, web injections to match language and transaction authentication requirements, and local money mules they can rely on for moving the stolen money to the hands of the attackers.


    In this podcast we will examine some of the most impactful crossings made by malware in 2015, and unsurprisingly learn that all of them were made by major organized cybercrime groups.

  • 01:12

    Ron Burke, Tim Tetrick, Brandon Valvo join the program

    in Sports

    Post Time with Mike and Mike has an action packed show coming up on Thursday at 1:00!


    Joining the program this week is Ron Burke who has the most money earned by a stable in on year in North America in either Harness or Thoroughbred.  In 2015, Burke surpassed trainer Todd Pletcher.  Also on Thursday, The “Bionic Man” Tim Tetrick will come on to talk about his 2015 and what he is looking forward too the most in 2016. =


    Brandon Valvo will join the show this week to talk about the dominant performance of Bold Eagle in the Prix D’ Amerique.  Bold Eagle won the race in a stakes and track record time and did so with ease.


    Post Time with Mike and Mike is harness racing's newest podcast co-hosted by track announcers Mike Bozich and Mike Carter. The show's focus is to positively promote harness racing. Every hoof that hits the racetrack, whether a claimer or a stakes horse, has a story to tell, and they plan on telling those stories. Log on to Blogtalkradio.com/ptmikeandmike to listen. If you miss the show live, you can listen on-demand at any time. You can also follow the show on social media.


    Like them on Facebook at Post Time with Mike and Mike, and follow them on Twitter @ptmikeandmike1.


     

  • 00:33

    Former Alabama Linebacker Marvin Constant Speaks About His Career

    in Football

    Marvin Constant talks about his career in Tuscaloosa. Marvin was a dominant linebacker in his first season in 1999 earning him All-SEC Freshman selection. Constant epitomized what the game of football represents in the way he played the game. Marvin was a physical linebacker that could run sideline to sideline.


    He was a strong linebacker that could bench well over 450 pounds back in his playing days and is best known for his goal line tackle in 1999 against LSU in Tuscaloosa. The tackle ended the game in Bryant-Denny Stadium to give the Crimson Tide the 23-17. 


    The tackle would cost Constant his atheltic career as he was injured on the play. However, being the competitor that Marvin was he perserveed and went to tackle the game of life.


    He wrote a book called "A Man Who Bleeds Crimson". Marvin is a class act and shows that the game of football teahces more than just sports. 


     

  • 00:33

    Green Bay Packers report card 2015 - Wide Receivers and Tight Ends

    in Sports

    The Green Bay Packers entered the season with high expectations, and the wide receiver corp was one of the strengths. However, Jordy Nelson tore his ACL, in the preseason. This meant that someone would need to step up and take over the role as the go to guy. The logical choice was Randall Cobb, but early in the season it was Aaron Rodgers looking for James Jones. Jones picked up were he left off before leaving in free agency. As the season went on, Jones cooled off and was not much of an impact in the playoffs. DeVante Adams entered his second year with high expectations after a spectacular post-season in 2014. He was riddled by nagging injuries and ended the  year with 50 catches, but only one touchdown. After re-signing with the Packers, Randall Cobb was suppose to be a perfect compliment to Nelson. With Nelson gone, Cobb struggled to get open and never got on the same page with Rodgers. Cobb ended the season as the top receiver with 79 catches for 829 yards. The Packers drafted Ty Montgomery and as he saw his role increase his season ended with injury. Montgomery put in the work in practice and was earning praise from the veteran Nelson. Jared Abbrederis and Jeff Janis had a hard time finding the field but were forced into action during the playoffs due to numerous injuries. 


    Andrew Quarless and Richard Rodgers were the top two tight ends. Rodgers may have saved the season with his hail mary catch, but did not give the Packers a dominant presence at tight end. He finished the year with a modest 58 catches and tied Jones for the team lead with eight touchdowns. Quarless had his season end early due to injury.

  • 01:31

    "Mis-education of the Negro" Then, Now, in the Future-Guest DR. AL-TONY GILMORE

    in Education

    Show Overview:


    A discussion with DR. AL-TONY GILMORE,   Show tribute to Dr. Cater G. Woodson, "The Mis-Education of the Negro".


    NCEBC wants to welcome the full village to question, understand, and ask questions, about governance, educational policy, finances,  resources, and  the basic democratic principles of equity, fairness, and justice. It is important (if not, vital) that we have this conversation to continue to dispel the myth that black children are incapable of achieving high test scores,  therefore public schools are incapable of providing quality education.


    "We believe in accountability. We believe that data drives decision-making. We believe in research-based practices. These principles have been used for generations by high performing schools, principals and Superintendents; especially those working and succeeding in urban communities were poverty and race are the dominant elements. This conversation is about the politics, power, economics, and restructuring of a public school system into a charter school system."


    Diana Daniels, Executive Director, National Council on Educating Black Children