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Chris “The Kiwi” Ashenden: Loss in a Sentence, the Pros/Cons of Supplements, and How to be Happy
You’ll learn underground tips and tricks like:
Our own special secret recipes and twists on “fatty” coffee…
What kind of “smart drugs” Abel and I use…
How we supercharge fat loss before we even start exercising…
The top 3 ways we fall asleep as quickly as possible…
Over a dozen of the top foods we use every day to keep our bodies in fat-burning mode…
Why my house is cleaner than Ben’s…
And much more…
Luke with his partner Butch having gone as far as they could progress in little old New Zealand in the early 70’s decided they wanted to explore the world of Pro Wrestling, knowing that the USA was the pinnacle. At that time they were known as “Sweet William and the Brute" - The Kiwi’s. First stops were Australia, Singapore, Thailand and then Canada where they spent 3 years, the last one working for Stampede Wrestling owned by the notorious Stu Hart.
They returned home in 1974 to do live tapings for the first New Zealand televised wrestling show “On the Mat”. In 1979 while working in Hawaii, Roddy Piper and Buddy Rose called the northwest promoter Don Owen. Hence the invasion of U.S.A by the team now known as “The Sheepherders” After ruling the northwest for 15 months they moved on to the NWA headquarters in Charlotte N.C where they became the Mid Atlantic tag champs in a matter of weeks. In the 80’s the Sheepherders were the most hardcore and brutal tag team in North America and held numerous titles throughout the US and around the globe. In mid 1988 the boys got a call from WWF (WWE) and off they went to the biggest promotion on the planet. The Sheepherders were now known as the BUSHWHACKERS who were loved by everyone. These eccentric farm boys from “Down Under” mesmerized millions of fans from all walks of life, young, old, rich and poor from all corners of the globe.
Among the many TV shows the boys were featured on was Warner Brothers “Family Matters” featuring the character Steve Urkel. After the WWF era The Bushwhackers worked in England and Europe. Butch returned to New Zealand in 2001 and Luke went on to work in wrestling offices as talent coordinator.
Milling About visits the Urban Wine Trail in Santa Barbara's Funk Zone. Our first stop is Cottonwood Canyon (www.cottonwoodcanyon.com) hosted by Randy. Known for their Pinot Noir, it's the first winery in Santa Barbara county to be put in caves; 6,000 square feet to keep the temperature and humidity constant for fine wines. They also have a European style 2001 Pinot with hints of earthy peat moss, mushroom truffle, caramel smoke and then the berries (in that order). Randy says their 'slap upside the head' perfect prime rib Syrah has red licorice and plum flavors. And their dessert Syrah comes with instructions to go perfectly with chocolate.
Our next stop is the Santa Barbara Winery (www.sbwinery.com) hosted by Shai. It's the oldest winery in the Funk Zone. Their white wine is produced on the premises and their reds are done at Lafond vineyards in the Santa Rita hills. Their Pinot Gris has aromatics of granny smith apple and green pear; Shai recommends it as a cocktail wine. Their Reislings have different levels of sweetness to the amount of alcohol; the less sugar goes well with spicy thai and the sweeter wine is described as a cheesecake dessert.
Our last stop is Riverbench Winery (www.riverbench.com) known for their sparkling wines; hosted by Cassie. Their Blanc de Blanc has notes of apple, kiwi and a toastiness that is attributed to an unfortunate fire but lends itself to a delicious smokey flavor. Check out their Valentine's Day mixer with a never before tasted Pinot and game night where you can taste wine and challenge yourself to Twister!
Today Helen gets to talk about her favourite destionation...New Zealand! Where to go, what to see, what to do, what to eat, what to drink, adventures galore. Join us for an energetic look at this amazing country! (And yes we are being totally biased here!)
For more info go to http://www.ConnectWithHelen.com to set up a day and time that best suits you to talk about your next vacation or find out more about New Zealand.
No programa de hoje, vou falar sobre a Teologia da Missão Integral:
1) A TMI como a língua do anticristo.
2) Ed René Kiwi, Ariovaldo Ramos, Caio Fábio e outros enganadores.
3) O que a TMI defende e por que isso é anticristão???
Joe Byers has been an outdoor writer for more than 25 years, his work appearing in most North American outdoor publications. He focuses on big game hunting with a specialty in African hunting, an endeavor he has undertaken more than 20 times. A winner of numerous writing and photograhic awards, he has more than 1,000 articles and thousands of images in print. He lives in Hagerstown Maryland with his lovely wife Vel.
Tune in to find out his Kiwi connection
Areas of Expertise: Hunting, Africa, archery, western hunting