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On tonight's show we deal with why some men feel as though they are entitled to sex and time. Many of todays relationship issues stem from some not respecting another's time. Some feel as though time and sex are really not special resources and seem to have no problem wasting a mates time or sexual commitment. Join us tonight as we explore this topic and try to grasp why some of us seem to be unaware of the dire effects of wasting someones time or disrespecting someone's sexual commitment. Call in tonight at (718) 664-988
*NEW RECORD... NEW LABEL ... AND THE SOMETHING IN MY DRINK TOUR 2014 11,000 MILES OF PUNK
In 2011, the Recording Academy gave the Ramones a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in Los Angeles, where all three of the band's drummers (Tommy, Marky and Richie Ramone) stood beneath the same roof for the first time ever. In 2012, Richie was the only surviving Ramone featured on the second Joey Ramone solo album, “Ya Know?” On October 8, 2013, Richie released his first solo album, "Entitled," which features new songs written by Richie as well as new recordings of songs he wrote for the Ramones. Billboard notes, "Richie's 12 freshest cuts aim to please fans of both rock and metal with its blend of power chord-chugging simplicity and guitar hero virtuosity." Richie Ramone is the fastest, most powerful drummer who ever played with the legendary punk rock band the Ramones. He joined the Ramones in 1983 and first appeared with the band on their Subterranean Jungle tour. Richie performed in over 500 shows around the world with the Ramones and wrote several critically-acclaimed and fan-favorite songs for the albums Animal Boy, Too Tough to Die and Halfway to Sanity. Punk rock icon, Joey Ramone, remarked that “[Richie] saved the band as far as I’m concerned. He’s the greatest thing to happen to the Ramones. He put the spirit back in the band.”
**His first solo record, ENTITLED, is out on DC JAM RECORDS — featuring new killer tracks PLUS all-new recordings of I Know Better Now, Smash you and yeah, Somebody Put Something In My Drink.http://www.richieramone.com/
Getting hurt at work is far too common these days. If a person is injured and becomes unable to work, are they still able to get paid? Can they potentially sue their employer for damages? Who is responsible and what if the employee is at fault? Join New York disability lawyers Brian Mittman and Scott Daniels as they dissect a New York workers’ compensation claim and the various benefits an injured worker might be entitled to. Mittman and Daniels have represented thousands of injured workers and in the areas of disability and workers compensation. Tune in to get invaluable information how a workers’ compensation case works and what to do if you are injured on the job.
Dave is back with Ricky today after an extened absence. Today they discusss the recent passing of Joan Rivers and the impact she had on the showbiz world, They will open the show with info on Andrew Tahmooressi, the SGT who is being held in Mexico. Also in the hopper for discussion today. America andf the Ebtitlement Mentality.... All this and more today on: Finding Common Ground
Join us for a Music Review of Layton McGuire 1st Cd Trust - He is a personal friend of mine and I am sooo proud of him! I have know him since he was 2 years old and it has been amaqzing to watch him grow and serve the Lord!! Please check out our website @Remnantxradio.com and send me a friend request on facebook!
A beautiful sermon that you will enjoy. This sermon spoke to me and I hope it will speak to you!
PARENTS vs LITTLE TERRORS!
Parents you can be generous without turning your children into entitled little brats-terrors.
By giving yourchildren everything you can, you will in most cases create a spoiled, entitled brat.
The consequences can be severe: temper tantrums, whiny complainers. Fact, spoiled children are more likely to grow into financially dependent, irresponsible adults plagued by over-spending and debt
Why do some parents want their children to have everyting for FREE. The reality, the REAL WORLD doesn't work that way.
Why do parents indulge...etc.
Talk to your children about...etc.
Set an example...etc.
Learn to say 'NO'...etc.
COUCH KID NEW MUSIC brings The No Refund Band back onto The Couch with an early listen to their upcoming album Current State Of Blue... in fact, this IS A WORLD PREMIER!
From San Diego, we will speak with Missy Andersen, who likens her musical approach to Soul dipped in Blues. As a teenager, she opened on tour for Cissy Houston and has not looked back since. Her second solo album is entitled In The Moment and missy and I will explore her journey and where she is heading.
Deeply rooted in traditional blues, yet delivering high-energy house-rocking performances with a thoroughly contemporary impact, harp-playing vocalist Rob Stone is one of the busiest young bandleaders on the blues scene today. His album Gotta Keep Rollin' is his fourth album and with talent like Eddie Shaw, John Primer, Chris James, Patrick Ryynn and more performing behind him, oyu know the music is red-hot.
I will talk with Rob and we will find out how he got to where he is at such a young age and what he hopes to accomplish with his career.
Lucy Hammond & Ben Rice have been winning fans since they partnered up for NW Roots Uprising earlier this year and now, they have new music entitled "Destination Clarksdale" and we'll chat with them about the music and their partnership.
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RETV Examines the Black Youth Violence Crisis in New Docu-Series
(Jersey City's) Peace March & Mini-Concert
(There is a war on our shores! And the enemy is not some dark, sinister foreign entity - it's homegrown, right here in our midst. The Black youth violence crisis is alarming, fueled by the enemies of peace and tranquility -- ignorance and apathy. We must declare war, and fight vigorously to rescue our Black youth from extinction. RETV, a popular YouTube channel headed by LaMar Stephens of New Jersey-based Rap Entertainment, Inc., is creating a three-part docu-series entitled "Cities In Crisis," which will examine the problem under a microscope, laying out both the problems and the solutions, featuring celebrities such as rappers T.I., Common, Ice Cube and Talib Kweli, along with educators, actors and community activists, who all drop their own brands of knowledge and wisdom regarding the Black youth violence crisis...because after all, if it "takes a village" to raise a child, it will most certainly "take a village" to save him/her.
In conjunction with the docu-series, RETV is sponsoring a Peace March and Mini-Concert, scheduled for Sunday, October 26 in Jersey City, NJ's Greenville section. Jersey City has been one of the battlegrounds of this war, and peace warriors there are supporting the RETV effort by hosting this event, designed to
bring calmness to their city. It is Stephens' strong desire that more communities across the country will join the fight. He will film the Jersey City event for airing on RETV, as a battle plan for others to follow.
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