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Tonights show will be all about Speed Weeks, while watching Jimmy Fallon's new show, and would you rather. I look forward to hereing from you about your valentines day stories, and all the happenings on a tuesday night
Comedian Jimmy Pardo is know for his wildly successful "Never Not Funny" podcast and for the 6th year, he is doing a "Pardcast-a-Thon" to raise money for "Smile Train", a charity that helps children with cleft palate gain something to smile about. The event has helped over 2,000 children across the planet.
Pardo will be doing his show at the ACME Theater in Los Angeles with guest such as Weird Al, Sarah Silverman, and Doug Benson, and the show will be streamed live on Youtube.
We will talk to Pardo about how the event has impacted him and how the "Never Not Funny" podcast has evolved over the years.
so this week, we sit here, and talk about writting a letter to jimmy fallon. WE also are going to talk about my crazy week, how much fun I have had, we also will bring to light, meeting people in bars and how to get them home, and do you carry LIngerie in your purse when you go on a date? We debunk some myths, while giving my thoughts on the criminal trial for OJ, Chris Christie on Fallon, and hilarys new book.
Fallon Fox is the first openly transgender female to compete in the MMA. Fallon Fox is a professional Mixed Martial Arts Fighter specializing in the art of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Wrestling, and Muay Thai. She began training in 2008 and currently has a record of 5-1-0.
Fallon was born in the city of Toledo, Ohio Fallon Fox grew up the middle child of three children. Growing up in a neighborhood that she considered hostile, she sought out a means to defend herself. She joined her high school wrestling team her senior year in order to get into shape and have a base for self defence.
In 1996 Fallon joined the United States Navy as an Operations Specialist, served honorably for four years, and ended her service as an Operations Specialist second class.
After serving, she went on to study at the University of Toledo. During this time Fallon began to research transgender identity in order to better understand herself. Fallon struggled with being comfortable with the body she had at the time as she had the unfortunate disposition of being born male. Fallon physically transitioned from male to female in 2006, finally matching up her inner identity with her physical form.
In 2008, Fallon Fox bagan traing jiu jitsu in order to get back in shape and find a way to defend herself physically. In this process she found empowerment in her new body and gained a passion for jiu jitsu and Mixed Martial Arts. She went on to study Muay Thai and Mixed Martial arts.
To learn more about Fallon Fox please check out her website at http://www.fallonfox.com.
Matthew Grant is joined by special guest co-host from the 'Uncle Mike & Tom Show', Tom Richards for this very special interview. We're joined by the 'Zombie Princess' himself, Jimmy Jacobs. Jimmy joins us to talk about plenty including the House of Truth Wrestling School, breaking in with Alex Shelley & advice towards aspiring wrestlers, thoughts on WWE contacting him looking for male managers, his love for Triple H's work both in-ring & out of it with the development of NXT, thoughts on dropping the IWAMS Championship in the trash at AAW years ago, the infamous powerbomb with BJ Whitmer & if we was okay afterwards, his thoughts on being involved in a heel stable in almost every promotion, Adam Page's development in the past year & so much more!
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We start with a quick chat with Dr. Nicole Jasper of Craziest Cases of the ERL Untold Stories. (He put his what where?!) Discovery Fit & Health and TLC will show you.
Jimmy Osmond, the youngest of the singing clan, is the keeper of a very special holiday tradition in Branson, Missouri. And, he's a great dad. Jimmy has taken the bedrock Osmond Family belief - that everyone has a special gift to share - and turned it into childrens' book; The Awesome Possum Band. Do you know a child who needs to know how special they are? (http://www.amazon.com/Awesome-Possum-Family-Jimmy-Osmond/dp/1621572110 ) The Awesome Possum Band comes with thoughtful exercises that encourage young spirits. Did you know the Osmonds created a foundation that has raised 5 billion dollars for children's charities? Listen in and meet the first Osmond to ever have a gold record and hear an Osmond memory you can sing along with.
Thanks for tuning in.
The Fighting Irish fan's BEST listen for in-depth coverage, interviews & analysis of Notre Dame Football and Irish Athletics
Down the Line
Hosted by the Irish experts: Jason Cripe, Tim Daniel & Steve Herring
TNNDN Network's flagship show and the 60 minutes that started it all. Airing LIVE every Tuesday, Down the Line is your place for game reviews, interviews, breaking news & more. Year-round focus on the legendary Fighting Irish Football Team with updates about ALL Irish sports and alumni doing great things.
Down the Line was started in an effort to bring Notre Dame fans together in supporting the Fighting Irish teams and their University's mission of giving back.
Down the Line regularly features charity & fundraising efforts with great causes that are directly affiliated with current students, alumni, and fans.
*This show is not affiliated in any with the University of Notre Dame or its Athletic Department.
Conservative talk radio from the outskirts of the hub of Western Civilization.
Is Jeb Bush the answer to Republican Party Woes? And
Is Jimmy Fallon in the same leagu as Jimmy 'sadddcs
Steve Gordon and Dana Reeves welcome Jimmy Pomerance, founder and CEO of Impact Speakers, to the show.
Jimmy brings over 15 years of experience teaching, training and coaching sales professionals across many industries, and has a great passion for sales, presentation and speaking. Jimmy served as the National Sales Training Director for AIG/Sun America and a Divisional Sales Manager for Sun Life Financial. During those years, he created and instituted several sales training programs for new hires, sales associates and top management.
Improving your presentation skills is important because the more memorable, impactful, and effective your presentations are, the more both you and your audience will get out of the learning and sharing experience of a meeting, lecture, or workshop (or whatever else your presentation is for). A great presentation can change the world, change your business, or just as importantly, inspire others.
Learn more about Jimmy and Impact Speakers at www.ImpactSpeakers.com.
E265: Jimmy Ray, Karree Phillips, Johnathan East, Hunter Kennedy
The Jimmy Bell Story ... The Song “Saving Grace”
Born: James Allen Dzwonkowski on January 10, 1955 in Chicago Illinois.
I grew up in a two parent household until the age of 13 when my parents divorced,and enjoyed a fairly normal childhood aside from becoming rebellious once I reached my later teens.
In 1974 I joined Job Corp in Anaconda, Montana and spent a year in Big Sky Country.I fought forest fires with the crew up there, received my G.E.D. and became a certified welder.All this time still playing guitar when I wasn't studying.
Let the Craziness Begin: 1979I was introduced by a girlfriend to some musicians in Fort Collins, Colorado who had a band and needed a new lead singer. I auditioned and got the job! Can we say, all night parties, drugs,booze and living from place to place? Bars, gigs, college keg parties with hundreds of people attending to see us and other bands play. It didn't take long and I moved to Fort Collins.
Too much other stuff to list.