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This is Desert Island Games, the show where we invite guests to choose 8 games they'd take on a desert island, should they end up stranded. They also get to take a book and a luxury item.
Episode 31 is the return of Harry Yack. This episode was supposed to be live on Monday but we had some technical issues so this is a pre recorded episode instead. Enjoy, and embrace the Yack!
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Sometimes we have ideas and games we'd like to talk about but nowhere to really place them in the greater scheme of our gaming plans and machinations. You might think that we are elitist and just don't want to talk about them. I say to you, nay, for we will create a show just for these odds and ends that just don't fit anywhere else!
This week, the GCR crew will be talk about the wide open world of tabletop miniature gaming. We'll also be talking about games that are incredibly easy and other ones that are incredibly difficult to play.
Plus, Scott will regale us with another one of his patent-pending Impromptu Game Reviews. so don't miss out!
With JRaff still on vacation host Joe turns to his uncle, a long-time PSU football season ticket holder, for a look at his favorite Penn State games of All-Time.
Tune in (9:30pm til 11:30pm Eastern) www.1stfamradio.com / www.blogtalkradio.com/1stfamradio as we play the Hottest new music of the week from all around the country Rap/R&B to request a artist you like call in (917)889-8297 Special guest will be dropping by we not saying no names just tune in
This basketball show features coaches who have teams in the southern region of the NWAACC, one of the great community college basketball leagues in the entire country, also having east, west and north regions that encompass the great state of Washington and Oregon.
NWAACC basketball is as exciting as it gets and the after pre-league games in November and December, most league games in the southern region take place on Wednesday and Saturdays, with a few Mondays sprinkled in.
This show is hosted by veteran media personality Greg Crawford, who is the college basketball inside for CSNNW.com and Comcast SportsNet.
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Good morning, Good evening and good afternoon. Welcome to another awesome week of GL:HF Radio. Your hosts r3JynX and Dubbmobile talk tech, nerd and even some binary in the best weekly gaming podcast anythwere! This week the guys talk Comicon! The Woodstock for nerds if you will. We'll hear about some panels and get the skinny on the latest news from there. Up after that is some VERY interesting announcemnts in the superhero movie genre. Dr. Strange? Wonder Woman? Shazam!?! Have they already been cast? Tune in to find out tonight!
Starlog #140729 -- Tim Harvey and John Holloway drop in to discuss the latest news from the comic book world -- new titles, new creative teams, and new movies!
News, talk, opinion, discussion, and more! It's our first talk show -- with topics ranging from sci-fi to sci-tech, the latest headlines, the latest gossip, trends on social media, and more!
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We are very pleased to have Dr. Speid with us tonight. Lorna Speid, PhD, is a pharmacist. She works in the pharmaceutical industry as a regulatory affairs and drug development consultant. She has a practice in the development of new treatments for rare diseases.
After working for Sanofi Winthrop in the United Kingdom, Ciba Geigy at headquarters in Switzerland, and Novartis in Switzerland, she moved to the United States. She worked for three small companies in the United States, and now runs her own consulting practice. Dr. Speid sat on an important NIH Committee for the development of new treatments for rare diseases. She is the founder of a non-profit called Rare Diseases Patients First! This organization is planning to provide education to patients around the world that have a rare disease, about the clinical trial process. This will be done free of charge. We will provide more information about these educational internet-based meetings, as soon as they are ready to be rolled out later this year. Dr. Speid advises on the development of new treatments for rare diseases.
Dr. Speid saw a need to provide information to patients about clinical trials that would allow them to be empowered enough to ask the right questions before entering clinical trials, and while in clinical trials. She wrote the book Clinical Trials: What Patients and Healthy Volunteers Need to Know, to accomplish this. It was published by Oxford University Press in 2010.
We're back from vacation with much to discuss. The NFL's and Roger Goodell's decision to suspend Ray Rice for two games after video surfaced of him dragging his unconcious then-girlfriend/now-wife from an elevator has been making the rounds so much that discussion of this decision by media members has become a story all of it's own. ESPN announced today that they would suspend pundit Stephen A. Smith for one week for comments he made discussing the incident on "First Take" (which he has since apologized for approximately 4 times, including once on the same program). Menawhile, in Cleveland, reports of Josh Gordon testing positive for marijuana have come under question after he claims that it could be from "second-hand" smoke... and he may actually be telling the truth. Marcus and Darryl will shake off the rust and attempt to make sense of these and other stories on tonight's edition of the program. Tune in!
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