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For the past ten years, co-host of Straight Down the Middle Show, Jon Bloom hjas worked the Masters as part of the CBS crew.
This being his tenth year we thought it might be interesting to hear his views on how the tournament has evolved in that time.
He will also give us a preview of the years play and any late breaking news at air time.
July 23, 2014 - Journalist Pete Ziebron brings you the latest on this weeks tournaments. Don't miss this insightful episode as Pete and Barry Buss break it down and make a few predictions. Will also give you the Hall of Fame and Hall of Shame for the week.
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This radio show will be about The Who guitarist Pete Townshend, his early life and his career! Listen to this radio show to find out things that you never knew before like how Queen Elizabeth's mother inspired the song My Generation and what inspired Pete Townshend to write the amazing rock opera Tommy!
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The Tour de France is one of the oldest and most elegant ways in which a person can nearly kill oneself for sport, and our guest Pete Holby helps us learn what makes it so appealing, whether it will ever appeal to a broader American audience, and why Lance Armstrong does not care what you think as long as he beats you.
This week we’ll be talking to author and crypozoological investigator, John Kirk about his research into Sasquatch and a number of other cryptids he has investigated and been on expeditions for. John is president of the British Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology Club (BCSCC). He is also chairman of the Crypto Safari organization, which specializes in sending teams of investigators to remote parts of the world to search for animals as yet unidentified by science. Since 1996, John has been editor and publisher of the BCSCC Quarterly which is the flagship publication of the BCSCC.
John is the author of the award-winning book In the Domain of the Lake Monsters, and is one of the world’s leading investigators into aquatic cryptids. He has investigated Ogopogo, Cadborosaurus, black alligators, unknown cameloids, lacustrean cryptids, and giant salamanders in British Columbia. He also has an extensive knowledge into aquatic cryptids in other geographic regions such as Champ from Lake Champlain and Nessie from Loch Ness.
In 2001 John travelled with a Crypto Safari team to Cameroon and the Northern Republic of Congo to interview witnesses among the Baka pygmies and Bantu bushmen in regards to the Mokele Mbembe, a creature resembling a sauropod dinosaur. While there, him and his team also investigated reports of a creature resembling a styracosaurus type of dinosaur called Ngoubou and unearthed the first reports of a hominoid type creature which inhabits the region dubbed by locals as the Dodu.
John has dedicated a considerable amount of time and resources in recent years into the subject of Sasquatch. He is extremely involved in investigating the various accounts of bipedal hominids of the world, most notably those of Sasquatch in North America and the Yeren of China. So please join us this week as we discuss his current research and investigations.
In another appaerance on the Sportsology channel, The FDH Lounge sits down with Opening Day Partners Partner/President/CEO Jon Danos.
Join Brett & Jon Rappaport on The Final Say each Monday to Friday from 3 to 4 PM EST, as we discuss and analyze current news, politics, policy, issues, and world events.
Pete O'Brien, retired Navy Captain and Fellow at the London Center for Policy Research, joins the show to discuss Ukraine and the downed Malaysian Airliner.
Ethan Epstein, Assistant Editor at the Weekly Standard, joins the show to discuss the downed Malaysian Airliner.
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Is there a place for Hip Hop in Gospel? Can it actually be used to reach Souls? Have you ever wondered how your gift could be used in the Kingdom of God? Join us as we will be joined with Gospel Recording Artist "Jon Plair" and discuss his journey from Kalamazoo, MI. Share this broadcast with others and call in to speak with our guest @ (914) 803-4491. You are welcome!
This week's guest is Pete Leonard.
Pete Leonard is the Founder and Roast Master of I Have a Bean Coffee. He is the eldest of five, the father of four, the grandfather of two and the husband of one. Pete started his adult work life at Arthur Andersen and Andersen Consulting where he spent 13 years in various technology roles. He left Andersen for a brief foray in sales before slipping back into technology with a couple of large companies. A few years later he kissed corporate life goodbye and started his first company. Three startups and a series of Divinely controlled events later, Pete is now living a roller-coaster life as the Founder and Roast-Master of I Have a Bean, a coffee roasting company with a unique and somewhat incongruous social mission. He is still married to his first wife.
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Jonathan Boone, global wildlife photographer and researcher, has studied the captive husbandry and propagation of geckos since 1979. His work began at the young age of 14, when he purchased his first geckos from a local pet store and attended monthly herpetological meetings at the Tulsa Zoo. His first geckos included leopard geckos and day geckos of the genus Phelsuma.
Since then, Jon's collection has expanded to include some of the rarest and most obscure geckos in the world. He has travelled globally, with field research emphasis in Central America, South America, the Caribbean, and northern and southern Africa. In addition to his extensive field research, Jon has published numerous articles in popular herpetological journals. He has also assisted other authors by sharing findings as well as photographs from his husbandry experience and field research.
Exploring new possibilities, Jon has pioneered several practices in gecko husbandry, including innovative cage design, nutrition and mimicking seasonal rhythms. To educate and inspire others with interest in reptiles, Jon has spoken at as well as coordinated herpetological conferences. Jon has been the first to successfully breed over 200 species of gecko, and has collectively bred close to 500 gecko species. Among his other major advances was his discovery that Colopus kochii eggs can take almost 2 years to hatch.
In his efforts to further scientific research, Jon has provided nearly two thousand specimen samples to scientists, taxonomists and systematicists around the world. These specimen samples have been used to create documentation on new species, to update documentation on existing species, and to provide new localities and distinguishing characteristics between gecko species. (Taken from www.jonboone.com)
Join us on GNR as we speak with Jon about how he lives the gecko dream.