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  • 00:30

    The Greatest Rappers Ever?

    in Sports

    Sooooooooo.......Billboard came out with a list of their top ten rappers of ALL TIME.  Good list but did they get it right?  We're not so sure....

  • 00:46

    Episode 1: Meat and Potatoes Era Begins ...NOW!

    in Sports

    The show that you needed but didn't derserved has arrived. Are you ready? We are...or not. it, we're doing it anyways!

  • 00:30

    We're Baaccckkkk! Yes, Again

    in Sports

    Sorry about these hiatuses you guys.  We'll try to keep them to a minimum or even nil.  Anyway!  I'm sure you guys watched the NBA Finals.  If not, they happened, they're done and now we have the NBA offseason to look to and we'll do some good 'ol prognosticating about it!  Tonight at 9!

  • 00:16

    Doin It, Doin It and Doin It Well

    in Sports

    Have you ever said to yourself "what if"?  We all have, in any walk of life.  We're going to explore the biggest "what ifs" in the sports world.   What if Michael Jordan hadn't retired?  What if Barry Bonds wasn't ever accused of taking steroids?  What if Drew Bledsoe never got injured?  What would the state of the Patriots be today?  Tune in tonight at 9!

  • 00:15

    To Hall of Fame or.........nah.

    in Sports

    So many great athletes, such a limited amount of Hall of Fame space.  Who should really be voted into the hallowed walls of legacy?  Like the way I put that, huh?  

  • 00:01

    The Best Sports Movies EVER

    in Sports

    Field of Dreams, Remember The Titans, Hoosiers, Major League......these are just SOME of the best sports movies ever.  We discuss our favorites, the bad ones, which had a great impact and so on!

  • 00:34

    Do Potatoes Make You Fat? - with Dr. Pam Popper

    in Food

    Today award-winning television host, popular plant-based cookbook author and vegan chef Laura Theodore, the Jazzy Vegetarian welcomes the internationally recognized expert on nutrition and health, Dr. Pam Popper to answer the question: Do Potatoes Make You Fat? Why Starchy Foods are Good for You!

    Autographed copies of Laura Theodore’s cookbooks Jazzy Vegetarian Classics and Jazzy Vegetarian are now available. SEASON FOUR of Jazzy Vegetarian premiered on September 1, 2014 - full of celebrity guests and celebratory meals!  “Taste” award-winning host Laura Theodore—with help from guests like Dr. Pam Popper and Ed Begley Jr.—shows viewers how to cook easy, great-tasting vegan food for family and friends. Check local listings near you. Dr. Pam Popper is a naturopath, an internationally recognized expert on nutrition and health the Founder and Executive Director of The Wellness Forum. Dr. Popper is the author of the popular and riveting new book Food Over Medicine and she part of Dr. T. Colin Campbell’s teaching team at eCornell. Learn more: www.wellnessforum.com

  • 00:23

    Daily Gogetemism #70 Meat And Potatoes

    in Motivation

    In your meal of emotions let your positivity be the meat and let your negativity be the potatoes.

  • 01:59

    At Eye Level - As the Tryptophan Fades

    in Comedy

    Well, we've survived yet another Thanksgiving. The turkey has finally been picked clean and the mashed potatoes are all but gone. We've finished cleaning the kitchen and the visiting relatives have all gone home... unless you're one if the 578,424 people experiencing homelessness on any given night in the United States. Did you know that of that number, 216,197 are people in families, 362,163 are individuals and about 9 percent of homeless people- 49,933 - are veterans.

    Hey, come on, that's depressing, right? You don't want to talk about that, do you? You just camped out in front of Best Buy and Walmart so you could buy your kid the new Star Wars game and a 62 inch curved screen TV to play it on. It doesn't matter that, according to a US Department of Education 2013 census report, one in every 30 children in the US is homeless. It's their fault, right? They made too many bad decisions and got hooked on drugs and can't be bothered to get a job and work for a living. Get off my lawn!

    So, yes. We're going to, yet again, beat you over the head with the guilt stick and hold you to your word. You said you wanted to help Americans first, right? We've got some guests lined up who will share their stories with us and we invite you to do the same. We promise we won't get too depressing. This is a comedy podcast after all.

  • 00:40

    Oh Give Thanks Unto the Lord! It's Thanksgiving Y'all!

    in Christianity

    I love the Thanksgiving Season! It is such an awesome time to share love! A wonderful time to give thanks to God for ALL that he has done! The greatest time to give to those in need! I have SSSSOOOOOOO much to be thankful for today! Life, health, strength, employment, family, friends, and freedom! I honor God today for food on my table, clothes on my back and the ability to travel to and fro in my own vehicle! God is an amazing God and today we offer thanksgiving and praise to Him for all of his many blessings! You may not be a believer, but you can not deny how amazingly blessed you are today! Tune in today that we may thank God for our blessings with scripture, poems, and prayers! Baste that turkey! Whip the potatoes, spread that pie filling and tune in! Tal with you then! 

  • 00:15

    Can the African-American Diet be Made Healthier Without Giving up Culture

    in Pop Culture

    Miller says: If you actually look at rural roots of soul food in the antebellum South, it was a cuisine primarily based on seasonal vegetables, and very little meat was eaten. Meat was typically used to flavor the vegetables, which fits into a culinary framework from West Africa, where dried, salted, or smoked fish was often used to one pot meals. Frying was for special occasions, so their food tended to be baked, boiled, or eaten raw. Think about what nutritionists are telling us to eat: dark leafy greens, sweet potatoes, legumes, and fish. These are building blocks of soul food! In the antebellum South, the enslaved were pretty much fed water, vegetables with little meat; prestige foods were only served during special occasions on weekends, when the work schedule slowed down. Because of the shift in tempo, you could do more elaborate cooking using more prestigious and processed ingredients like butter, refined flour, sugar, and whole milk rather than the whole-wheat flour, molasses, and buttermilk that was more readily available. The diet is closer to what we now call vegan. Soul food’s unhealthy reputation grows when more celebration foods and processed foods enter the diet as people become more prosperous. Quite naturally, if you have more disposable income, you start eating the good stuff more often; thus, celebration food becomes more commonplace. This is further compounded by eating more fast food and industrialized food. To me, that’s a bigger factor of perceived health problems in the African American community, more so than soul food.