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This is busy time in both sports and Music. Derek Jeter day, the Yankees playoff push, will Terry Collins stay on as manager of the Mets =, Giants and Jets opening days are just few of the items will talk about. In the Music world, Lets talk about Overkills new album, the Upcoming Judas Priest concert, and Motley Crue's farewell tour. Tune in Thursday at 6:30 est
Lisa Earle McLeod is a bestselling author and the Sales Leadership Expert for Forbes.com. A powerful keynote speaker, Lisa McLeod has rocked the house for giants like Apple and Google, as well as numerous franchise organizations, non-profits, and trade associations. She is a bestselling author in 4 genres: leadership, sales, personal development, and humor and has been featured in Fortune and The Wall Street Journal. She has appeared on Good Morning America, The Motley Fool and The Today Show.
Megastar Musician in Milwaukee Eddie Martinez is my guest of honor. He embodies the heart and soul of a true artist, as well as being humble, humorous and handsome! At present, he is involved with the bands Motley Brue, Category X and the Third Wish.
Join us as we discuss his various bands, his accomplishments and his take on the Milwaukee music scene.
Cal Lee and Warren Shaw discussing the hot button topics of the NBA. This week we were excited to invite Zach Harper from CBS Sports Eye on Basketball to help us breakdown the eventual fallout with the Cavs Timberwolves Trade. He also helps breakdown the future of the Timberwolves and which teams walked out Golden from the Trade. Are the Cavs now the Beasts of the East? You dont wanna miss out on this great discussion with one of the elite experts on the NBA.
In our segment the Drop we were fortunate to have Tim Tompkins, co host and NBA Insider for the Drive and Dish Podcast, to help us rifle through a motley crue of topics that ripped the NBA Headlines earlier this week. Its no holds barred on Eric Bledsoe, Greg Oden, James Harden, and The White Mamba's HomeComing
The Matrix a Cavalier? It could possibly happen, as we dig in further with this week's F.A.T. Report. Be sure to listen as we get to THE ROOTS of the latest trades, signings and acquistions this week including the interesting hirings out in Detroit.
We also weigh in on the USA Mens Basketball Team as we get closer to the FIBA World Cup and the fallout with Kevin Durant's decision. Who will Team USA turn to as their "GO TO " scorer?
We also breakdown the unprecedented hiring of Becky Hammon by The Spurs and The Inductees of the Basketball Hall of Fame all this and we did it under a hour and 1/2 in one of our most potent editions of The Baseline.
And now for something you'll really dig...See ya at the show beautiful ones..
What do you get when you mix up a motley crew of concrete poets, a monster from the city of Bulls, a Brooklyn transplant, a South beach rhyme slaying beat layer and a revolutionary? A super group called LEADERS OF THE TRENCHES !! Leaders Of The Trenches consists of a consortium of internationally known spoken word artists boasting the talents of Queen Sheba, The Mo-Man, CB, Rigz, Tai Allen and Dasan Ahanu.
At once street smart & eclectic, forward thinking with lyrics that will punch you in the head, Leaders Of The Trenches produces art that has the spirit and savvy of a hustler with the radical eccentricity of poetry that dares you: live.
On this week’s edition of Scottscope Talk Radio, the roundtable reviews Guardians of the Galaxy! Is it Marvel’s first true misstep? Was a mistake for them to embark on a highly comedic journey to the farthest reaches of the cosmos? Should they simply stick with super soldiers and heavily armored billionaires? On the flip side, could it actually be Marvel Studios single best movie to date? Has James Gunn crafted the most quirky and original production to ever come out of the MCU? Does Rocket Raccoon completely steal the show? Is the post credits scene with sticking around for? What does this film mean for the future of the MCU? Will this Motley Crew embark on even weirder adventures in the future? Will they ever be fully integrated into the MCU proper?
We’ll also be celebrating the 30th anniversary of The Terminator! Does it still hold up after all these years? Can it be considered the first true sci-fi actioner? Was Arnold Schwarzenegger born to play the T-800? Is it his single best role to date? Will James Cameron ever make another film as gritty and nightmarish as this one? Should he ever return to this kind of low-budget filmmaking? Does it owe a considerable debt to the classic X-Men story Days of Future Past? Can it be considered a slasher film in sci-fi clothing? Is T2 truly a superior follow-up? Should the franchise continue?
Today's passage of Scripture is Psalm 119:9 which reads: "Wherewithal shall a young man cleanse his way? by taking heed thereto according to thy word."
Today's quote about the Bible is from Mark Twain. He said: "Most people are bothered by those passages of Scripture they do not understand, but the passages that bother me are those I do understand."
Today, we are going to continue our overview of some topics that will help us as we study the Bible throughout future episodes.
Our topic for today is titled: "The Recording of God's Word (Part 1)" from the book, "The Promise and the Blessing" by Michael A. Harbin.
God's written Word began to come together on a sun-soaked plain in the Sinai peninsula. After God had brought the descendants of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob out of Egypt, He led them to the foot of Mount Sinai, where Moses had been commissioned more than a year earlier. There God started the process of making this motley throng of Israelites, Egyptians, and others into a nation. Moses went up on the mountain and received most of the material included in the books of Genesis, Exodus, and Leviticus. That was the foundation of God's written Word.
God could have done it differently. He could have given His revelation to the nation as a whole. When we look at the account in Exodus 19, we find that God had the people prepare themselves so that He might speak to them directly. They cleansed themselves for two days. The anticipation must have been intense as they recollected all that had happened during the past year.
Moses had come out of the desert in a spectacular manner, proclaiming that God, after more than four hundred years of silence, had spoken to him. He presented signs to the elders of Israel, then went to meet Pharaoh, asking for his people's deliverance...
Guitars, bars and a whole lotta rockstars. Nothing but the best in 80’s metal. Join rock n' roll aficionado and host Stephen Lancaster weekly as he cranks up the glam rock delivering Motely Crue, Guns N’ Roses, Posion, Def Leppard, Skid Row and more in this balls to the wall 80’s metal hour. BYOB.
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Director Herbert Midgley created "The Rise of the Robots. Also known on YouTube as The Internet Legend, Midgley presents a motley crew of four unlikely members who fight to save the world from the rise of the robots. The takeover is possible through humankind's obsession with technology. Now only four misfits can fix the problem -- a stoner, redneck, "hottie" and intellectial. Can they stop the robots from taking over and avoid the Mayan prophecy? Or is there another part of the prophecy that might hint at what can save them all?
This is not Midgley's first film. He also directed and can be seen in "Beep" and has worked on other productions. In addition to being crew, he also is a composer and did music for "The History of Time Travel" (whose director, Ricky Kennedy, was featured on I.S. and was the A.D. on this project.) Perhaps Midgley is best known for his over 3000 videos on YouTube!
"The Rise of the Robots" was shown at the Super Geek Film Festival as part of Florida Supercon (July 3-6, 2014).
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Cloverleaf Radio's hosts The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon and Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling's Gremlina welcome (Former) Lead Singer of "Motley Crue", John Corabi! JOIN US!