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Many interesting personalities emerged during the last days of Rome’s Republic, but one man stood head and shoulders above the rest. This week we’re going to continue where we left off last week, taking a deeper look at the life and times of Julius Caesar - politician, statesman, author and military general.Caesar emerged at a time of political intrigues, civil war and rebellion. Standing for social justice, inclusive democracy and economic empowerment of the people, Caesar sought to transform the conditions of ordinary people. But he encountered tremendous resistance from the ruling oligarchy, whose efforts to thwart him culminated in his assassination at the height of his power in 44 B.C.Caesar’s legacy is a mixed one. Was he really the tyrannical demagogue portrayed by Cicero and other contemporary historians? Or must his deeds be re-examined in light of the discovery by Francesco Cotta and others that his life and achievements were the model for the story of ‘Jesus’?Author and historian Laura Knight-Jadczyk will be joining us again this Sunday 21st July from 2-4pm EST (9-7pm GMT) as we sort the wheat from the chaff of ‘official history’.
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On this week’s edition of Scottscope Talk Radio, the roundtable reviews Dawn of the Planet of the Apes! Is it as good as Rise of the Planet of the Apes? Is it actually better? Might it actually be the best film of the summer? How good is Andy Serkis’s motion capture performance this time out? Is it a career best for him? Is Caesar possibly the most complex hero to grace the silver screen this summer? Can Dawn be considered a loose remake of Battle for the Planet of the Apes? Does the new, rebooted Apes franchise retain the spirit of the original films? Will Caesar be appearing in future Apes films, or will the mantle be passed down to one of his sons? Is the film too heavy handed in regards to its social commentary and political allegories?
We’ll also be celebrating the 25th anniversary of John Woo’s immortal action classic, The Killer! Is it John Woo’s best work? Does it contain Chow Yun Fat’s single greatest performance? Is he one of the most iconic action heroes of his era? Can it be considered the best “Heroic Bloodshed” film ever made? Is it in the same class as Le Samouraï or Chang Cheh’s Vengeance? Is it the single best film ever made about a lone hitman/assassin? Could the film be taken as an unintentional comedy? Should it be loved sincerely or ironically? Why was the film more warmly received abroad than at home? Should we count ourselves lucky that the proposed Hollywood remake never made it out of development Hell?
Hey all you LAKER FANS! Here's a show that will talk about nothing, but the Lakers and all things LAKER related. She's met some of the Lakers and LOVES the Lakers just like true Laker fans, join STEPHANIE LAKERGURL BEARD as she gets you to love and appreciate the greatest basketball team of all times - THE LAKERS!!!!!!
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We have a HUGE show lined up today, so we decided to start earlier!
Former Wisconsin Badgers guards Ben Brust and Jordan Taylor come on the show to talk about their NBA Summer League experiences in Las Vegas. Have they had a chance to enjoy themselves down in Vegas, and what's the harder competition - playing against their teammates, or the other NBA teams?
BadgerNation's Ben Worgull helps Jake preview the Wisconsin Badgers offense. Who has the edge at the quarterback position: Tanner McEvoy or Joel Stave? How will the recent roster attrition affect the wide receiving corps? He'll let you know.
Plus, we start our Packers positional previews as well. How will the defense look now with Julius Peppers opposite Clay Matthews, and who will start at safety opposite Morgan Burnett -- Ha Ha Clinton-Dix or Micah Hyde?
Can't forget Milwaukee Brewers and British Open talk, too! Listen in!!!
Saturday, July 19, 2014, author and talk show host, Denise Turney, sits down with Julius Thompson to discuss his new book, The Phantoms of Rockwood. During the interview, Turney and Thompson will focus on second chances, blessings we all could use a bounty of! The two authors will also discuss book marketing, social media and changes to the book industry.
Tune in right here at Off The Shelf Radio on Saturday, July 19 at 11am/EST to be entertained, educated and inspired!
Margaret Felicia Kreps, is a 42 year old single mother of two from Newark, New Jersey. Margaret acquired her Associates in Applied Science, in Radiography, at Essex County College and later worked as an Xray Technologist. Ultimately Margaret finished her B.S in Allied Health Technologies.
Kreps made a hard decision to leave New Jersey, and enroll as a full-time Nursing student at Inter Americana University of Puerto Rico in August 2013.
Even though she began her novel, My Intimate Journey with Caesar, in New Jersey, she was not able to bring it into fruition until she moved to Puerto Rico.
We are revolutionizing prime time radio by kicking off Da Black Top Radio's first ever live broadcast entitled "Black Top LIVE" located at 100 E. Carry Street in Richmond, VA (Carry100 Bar). Hosted by the host whodo the most, Mike Jay, with thegabulouslife.com's blogger and media personality Miss Blog God, comedian B. Eazy, the DMV's own Diamond Frazier, & DJ'd by DJ Rampaige.
Tonight's special guests: Lyricist/Rapper/Hip-Hop Artist Jaye Cane (Twitter/IG: @jayecane); Host of The Mark Caesar Show/Comedian Mark Caesar (Twitter: @pissyopants1; Instagram: @mark_caesar).
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Carolyn Yeager discusses Racial Nationalism in the context of “Blood and Soil” National Socialism versus the confused ideas coming from Julius Evola that spirit, rather than ethnic substance, determines culture, and that there is such a thing as a “race of the spirit.”
The images in the slide show are of Evola at different stages of his life and two of his "futurist style" paintings.
C Fox reviews "Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes", the second installment in the reboot of the iconic tale of intelligent apes rising to the forefront of civilization while humans recede into the background, in effect, switching places in the heirarchy of sentient animals. Starring: Andy Serkis, Jason Clarke, Gary Oldman, Keri Russell. Directed by Matt Reeves. Synopsis: A growing nation of genetically evolved apes, led by Caesar, is threatened by a group of humans who have survived the devastating virus unwittingly unleashed 10 years previously. There is an uneasy truce between the two groups, but they are brought to the brink of war to determine who will be the dominant species on the planet