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On this episode of Final Say, the dialogue trio will endleslly debate hot topics like....
Heat Chatter- Is the team better with Whiteside coming off the bench? No 4th quarter playing time?
Kobe's Farewell Tour- 38 pts against the Wolves, 27pts a few games back...Final breath?
Super Bowl Talk- Perfect outro for Peyton? Is this Defense among the best? What comes next?
Panthers fate- Is this just the beginning? Cam walking off stage..justified? Sore loser?
Lexy's Mystery- Surprise, Surprise! You never know what you are going to be asked...
Who will have the FINAL SAY?
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Monday at 9PM CST on The Woman Cave. Join hosts Candice Payne and Tina Reed as they discuss Valentine's Day. What does romance look like to you? Who's the romantic one between you and your mate? How do you celebrate Valentine's Day when you are at odds in your relationship or marriage? We will also discuss "date night" ideas on a budget. Call in with your thoughts or comments at (929) 477- 2304.
On This Super Bowl Sunday Edition, the gang will discuss the rumors of the financial losses of PBC and if they are in serious trouble or not?Waddell & Reed's Investment in Haymon: $82 mil. Remaining (of $521 mil.) as of December 31, 2015, self.Boxing
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Building off of my last post of the Q3 results from the mutual funds managed by Waddell & Reed that invested in Haymon:
Acquisition cost (initial value) of combined investment: $528,481,000
Value of combined investment as of September 30, 2015: $214,288,000
Value of combined investment as of December 31, 2015: $82,354,000
To date, the investment made into Media Group Holdings, Series H (which invested in Haymon Boxing) by the three Waddell & Reed funds (Ivy Asset Strategy, Ivy VIP Asset Strategy, Waddell & Reed Advisors Asset Strategy) has lost 84% of its value. At this rate, the investment will be worth zero dollars by the end of February, which implies that Haymon will run out of funding at that time.
Edit: Headline contains a typo. Should say $528 mil.
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Welcome to "The Mad Scientist's Sports Lab", the 2015 Online Media Award Winning Podcast by What A Fan, part of The Inscriber Media Network, sponsored by DeWalt Brewing Company, and hosted by "The Mad Scientist of Sports" Nick Ficorelli and "The Nutty Professor" Andrew Gluchov.
This week is our annual Super Bowl Special, and we are so jam packed and loaded with guests, we are going for THREE HOURS starting at 9pm!! To start the show, we welcome Walton Spurlin of Fantasy Sharks and Chris Heil of Dynasty League Football to give their fantasy football picks for those that are in any Super Bowl fantasy games for Sunday. At 930pm we welcome Christopher DeWalt, head brewer of DeWalt Brewing Company,to talk about how he built his brewery, what he is doing for the Super Bowl, and more. At 10pm, we welcome Jerry Coleman of CBS Sports Radio in Baltimore to talk about his career covering Super Bowls, and what he expects for the big game. At 1030pm, we welcome super agent and best selling author of "NFL Brawler", Ralph Cindrich to talk about the clients that he has had play in the big game as well as memories of going to 25 Super Bowls during his illustrious career. At 11pm, we welcome Devin McMillan and B Austin of War Room Sports to get their take on the big game, as well as talk about their beloved Philadelphia Eagles and what to expect in 2016. And at 1130pm, we welcome Thomas Harding of The Denver Post and Turron Davenport of The Baltimore Times, to give their "Keys to The Game" for each team.
The beacons are lit, the experiments are on the board, and the test subjects are at the ready. The Mad Scientist's Sports Lab is officially open for business.
The Focus of Today's Forum: We will be discussing "Holding The Good (Despite The Bad and The Ugly)" We will explore those life situations, people and seemingly destined events; that test our understanding of the "good"; in ourselves and others with our special guest Co-host Beverly Oye'Scott, Aka MommaEarthling.
The Questions We Seek To Ponder, Discuss and Answer In This Forum:
When we meet someone who ends up playing an important part of our lives (good, bad or ugly); is it by chance or destiny/karma/dharma?
What does it mean to be “in the good” or in a "state of higher consciousness"? (Discernment VS Judgement)
Can another person rob you of your "good" and the "good" in life or do you give it away to the ugly?
Is there a way to forgive, forget and even love a person(s) whom has been ugly to you? Is it important to do so?
How can we learn life's lessons and experience all those bad and ugly things that we experience in life, without losing our Divine Center and Higher Purpose and Understanding?
Your host is Marie D. McCohnell, M.S. (A.K.A. SisterFriend Marie) and co-hosts Lynda Fletcher, B.S. (Certified Nutritional Counselor), Anne Kaugh-Hill (Organizational Specialist), Margaret Bryant (Spiritual Teacher, Healer, Psychic), Beverly Reed (Intuitive Soul Coach, Storyteller, Poet, Artist, Virtual & Physical Soul Sessions). And our guest callers and chatroom guest. Music: Song by Ash Frost “Can You Imagine” https://soundcloud.com/ashfrost. *The opinions expressed by the guests are for entertainment purposes only and those guests providing comments are theirs alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of the sponsor Blended Herbal Treasures or its host.
RALPH POYNTER: WHAT'S HAPPENING---TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2016
What is the latest evidence of the legacy of colonial terrorism? Fint, Mich: Still no effective response from the so-called Black Political community i.e. The Democratic Party, etc.-- Panelists
Excerpts from the Black Activists Writers Guild- Pinkney(Black Panther & former pol. prisoner)
Reports from the Death Camps: Lynne Stewart & Special Guests
N.Y.C. JERICHO Updates on our political prisoners: Anne Lamb
Weekly News Analysis: By refusing to face the reality of American national & international policies, we commit gradual suicide.- R. Poynter, T. Siracuse, J. Meyers, L. Pinkney, R. Shaheed
Another soldier passes: Remembering our beloved Sundiata Sadiq
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Fred Goodman is a New York-based author and reporter. His books include The Mansion on the Hill, which was a New York Times Notable Book and received the Ralph J. Gleason Award for the best music book of the year. His work has appeared in Rolling Stone, where he was an editor, as well as the New York Times and many national magazines. Allen Klein was like no one the music industry had seen before. The hard-nosed business manager became infamous for allegedly catalyzing the Beatles’ breakup and robbing the Rolling Stones, but the truth is both more complex and more fascinating. As the manager of the Stones and then the Beatles—not to mention Sam Cooke, Donovan, the Kinks, and numerous other performers—he taught young soon-to-be legends how to be businessmen as well as rock stars. In so doing, Klein made millions for his clients and changed music forever. But Klein was as merciless with his clients as he was with anyone else, earning himself an outsize reputation for villainy that has gone unchallenged until now. Through unique, unprecedented access to Klein’s archives, veteran music journalist Fred Goodman tells the full story of how the Beatles broke up, how the Stones achieved the greatest commercial success in rock history, and how the music business became what it is today.
- Environmental Toxins: The scope of the problem, and why practitioners need to be better informed
- Ways that chemicals can interfere with our delicate hormonal system
- High doses vs. low doses: why low doses matter
- Top areas to start working with clients on reducing exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals
- Important considerations for how to talk to clients about environmental chemicals
Jim Turner & Peter Mingils on Citizens for Health Show...
On this week's show, we replay a popular Citizens for Health radio show on
GMOs (geneticaly modified organisms).
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Citizens for Health Show with Jim Turner has been working with Citizens.org since 1993 and you can learn more about his past experiences with Ralph Nader, DSHEA, the dietary supplements act, Food Identity Theft, Vaccination Mandates and more on previous radio shows
He has shared information about all natural products like Zapne.
Jim has explained about vaccines and High Fructose corn syrup and Food Identity Theft.
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