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Miralee Ferrell writes inspirational women's contemporary fiction as well as historical romance, with strong women overcoming difficult obstacles being the common thread. We will be chatting about her books including her latest novel "Blowing on Dandelions".
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Romance and adventure speak to most of us. Today, popular multi-published author Miralee Ferrell joins Maxine and Jeannie to talk about how persuasive female characters combine the two and still overcome great adversity. As strong women leap from the pages of her contemporary and historical fiction (like Dreaming on Daisies) and into our hearts, we can feel empowered, too. A Horse for Kate releases March 1, 2015 and is suited to young adult readers. www.miraleeferrell.com
Join Bob, Ferrell as they welcome expert guest to discuss Fantasy Tactics and Strategy for 2015.
Tonight's episode, Ron Meyer, Shea Debosi and Brandon Haake join the show . . . . at last we can get Bob and Ferrel to shut up and listen to the pros! Join them and draft at the Horseshoe Casino in Kentucky and Ohio . . . find Ferrell at www.kffsc.com or call him at 502-523-5057. Call in to the show at 760-888-5776 to ask a question or email Bob and Chris at email@example.com. Join us and draft with us, against us or as co-owners . . . look for Bob in his Suh Dolphin Jersey!
Zero RB Draft Strategy results in selecting some rather shady looking characters at RB. Identifying the backs that will produce high floors week to week from this group can deliver a Championship:
Joique Bell / Theo Riddick / Amer Abdullah in Detriot - Doug Martin / Charles Simms in Tampa - Tevin Coleman / Devonta Freeman in Atlanta - Bishop Sankey / David Cobb for the Titans - Isiah Crowell / Terrence West / Duke Johnson in Cleveland
Attending High Stakes Drafts - - what to do and what not to do . . . .
In Season Waiver Wire Management - - when to spend your bucks
DST - stream or not to stream - when to go all in and keep one.
Rez and Andy celebrate a year of Talk About on Blog Talk Radio and play past shows:.
Interviews with Rocker George Thorogood, KC & the Sunshine Band, The Village People, Jeff Foxworthy, Ellen Travolta, Paula Poundstone, 007 author Jeffery Deaver & many more.
2014-15 topics on Gals with Guns, Malaysia Flight 370, Legal Marijuana, the Food Truck movement, wedding planning, sleeping naked, tattoos, and Women's Roller Derby.
Antonio "Tonie" McClammy is orginally from Hillside, NJ, but currently lives in Houston. She will be graduating this summer 2014 with her Bachelors of Business Administration specializing in Entreprenuers & Small Business.
ISMM has over 15 years experience working to help our clients build a strong presence online. Our solution offerings include Marketing Communications Services, Website Development, etc... Tonie has worked with companies like Momentum Jaguar, Porsche, Range Rover, Comcast, Ferrel Phelps Show (Let's talk about it) and many other projects.
Special Edition as the staff preps for the upcoming draft at the Horseshoe Casino in Louisville, KY. The Staff will be at the draft in person, selecting a team and convering the draft. The Kentucky Fantasy Football State Championship, (KFFSC) is the largest live draft in the country after the Las Vegas drafts.
Ferrel Elliott joins the show to provide insight on the draft and event. Mr. Elliott runs and organizes the KFFSC and has also started new live drafts in Cincinnati this year as an extension of the KFFSC.
The web site is www.kffsc.com. The event is held August 22,23,24 at the Horseshoe Casino in Southern Indiana, just south of Louisiville New additional live drafts in Cincinatti on August 17. On line drafting runs from August 8 thru August 30.
The Championship provides draftmaster leagues, main event contest in traditional formats, auction, keeper leagues and more.
Tonights show Chris and Bob, will start the outline of prep work for the live draft only a week and a half away. Listen in to the guys as they go thru the paces to create a draft strategy. This event features auction bidding for draft postion and a 3rd round reversal.
EMail the guys at bob@allpurposeroto or chris@allpurposeroto.
Allpurspoeroto is seeing two additional sponsors for two more teams at the main event, if interested drop us a line and we will represent you in front of over 900 participating owners.
Justin and yours truly ramble on about who's in, who's out, and what type of deep v sweater goes best with a Pabst Blue Ribbon beer. Apparently I have about 1800 more characters left in this description so enjoy this:
Jean Girard: [has Ricky in an arm lock] I will let you go, Ricky. But first, I want you to say..."I... love... crepes."
Cal Naughton, Jr.: Don't you say it, Ricky. These colors don't run.
Ricky Bobby: I'm not gonna say it.
Cal Naughton, Jr.: Good.
Ricky Bobby: Hey, look, Frenchy, I thought about it. So why don't you go ahead and break my arm?
Jean Girard: I do not want to break your arm, Monsieur Bobby, but I am a man of my word.
Ricky Bobby: Here's the deal. He's not gonna break it because I'm gonna slip out of it right now. Houdini!
[he tries unsuccessfully to get free]
Jean Girard: Whoa! Get down, you little pancake.
Ricky Bobby: Someone might as well get me a beer while I'm down here.
Jean Girard: But you have forced me to do this. You are now mocking me and making me look ridiculous. Just say, "I love crepes."
Cal Naughton, Jr.: You know, just to put this in there, I had a whole mess of crepes this morning. They're just like pancakes, maybe even better.
Ricky Bobby: Wait, are they the really thin pancakes?
Cal Naughton, Jr.: Yeah.
Jean Girard: Yes they are. They are the really thin pancakes. It's just a French word for them.
Ricky Bobby: Oh, my god, I love those.
Cal Naughton, Jr.: Put any syrups you want on them. I'm just saying, think about it.
Ricky Bobby: They come with cheese sometimes?
Jean Girard: Yes, of course, a fromage-crepe.
Ricky Bobby: Well, why didn't someone yell that right-right away?
Jean Girard: Do you know what's in the crepe suzette?
Ricky Bobby: Oh, I love the crepe suzette!
5:00PM EST, Sunday, November 3, 2013
$103,000 Missing Person Case - The reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the case of a Florida missing woman was increased to $103,000. Police believe Lynda Meier was murdered, but her body has never been recovered. She disappeared in 2010. $18,000 Unsolved Murder Case - On March 17, 2010 police found 69-year-old Grace Bridges- Dedert shot to death in her furniture store on South Park Avenue. "When she was found she was slumped over her desk in her office," said Dothan Police Corporal Chris Barberree. $100,000 Wanted Fugitive Reward - Philadelphia police and the FBI are searching for the man accused of raping and murdering 5-year-old Iriana DeJesus in July 2000. A DNA match in 2007 linked 34-year-old Alexis Flores to the crime, earning him a spot on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted List. $25,000 Solved Reward Case - In September, 2012 U.S. Marshalls closed the case on one of their most wanted fugitives, Beacher Ferrel Hackney, 61. Hackney was wanted for a 2009 workplace homicide in which he shot two of his bosses, Ronnie Stinnett, 60, and Dwight Kerr, 39, at Bath County Virginia’s posh Homestead Resort
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This week’s show will take you into the life of a man who lived the life of gangs, drugs and abuse which all led to a life of destruction. His story is one that will help you understand that no matter where you have been and what you have done in life. Please tune in and listen to the valleys own highly respected Val Ferrel.
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ACC # 7 George Duke, the Duke of Funk honored on ACC
ACC pays tribute to legendary George Duke, musician, pianist, producesr and mentor to hunderds of today's great musicians.
The passing of George Duke was a HUGE loss to the music world and devastating to the musician community. This is akin to the death of Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, or Thelonious Monk. George was a great friend and mentor to solo many musicians over the decades.
His humanity, caring- ness and great humor and like- ability is legendary. Everybody loved George tremendously.
We are all grieving heavily. His musical output, as a composer, arranger, performer, collaborator and producer was voluminous;
Cannonball Adderley, Frank Zappa, Geoege - Duke Billy Cobham band, Stanley Clarke, works with Najee,
Rochelle Ferrel, Diane Reaves and hundreds of others. His recordings are literally the history of progressive jazz thought
and approach, one of the greatest jazz pianists living, and equally loved and admired as the Duke of Funk.
There will be no replacing this treasure. Music lost a major figure in the art form with his passing..
Tonight we will be talking about gun violence in the news as we discuss the latest in the Washington DC Navy Yard shooting and the alleged perpetrator Aarron Alexis as well as the shooting this past weekend of an unarmed man Jonathan Ferrel in Charlotte North Carolina who was gunned down after being in a car accident and seeking help. We will also be following up with the IRP6 and discussing latest events in that case.
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