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Hour one: Acronis. Alan Wallace, Director of Product and Technology Public Relations.
The rise of virtualization, the explosion of data creation and the opportunities Cloud services offer are bringing new challenges to maintaining effective backup and disaster recovery programs for critical data. Acronis can help you securely migrate, protect and recover critical data wherever it resides in your physical, virtual or cloud environments. Acronis’ patented disk imaging and disk management technology has won broad industry acclaim and numerous awards for excellence in data protection, backup and recovery, system deployment, and server migration for both physical and virtual machine servers. Its flagship product, Acronis True Image, is a leading commercial disk-imaging and migration tool.
Hour two: The GizWiz is Dick DeBartolo!
Dick is Mad Magazine's Maddest writer and he joins us on every last Wednesday of the month with exciting and different gadgets and gizmos!
Tonight's topics include: a visit to the Pet Expo in Orlando, Florida where the GizWiz found the latest wearable tech for pets, a microchip cat door, a lock for your dog (why not? You lock your bike, don't you?), moving objects with your brain waves, and so much more! Join us!
In this exciting episode of Talking Motorcycles our guests are all four Main Event winners from Daytona Flat Track I and II plus the winner of the Daytona 200!
Justin Jones and Andrew Luker prove that the future flat track in America is going to be strong. These young up and coming GNC2 competitors rose to the top of the deep talent pool at Daytona and won at Daytona Flat Track on an extremely tight and technically challenging race track! We go inside the helmets to get their thoughts about winning at the World Center of Racing!
Stevie Bonsey and Kenny Coolbeth both had exciting wins in GNC1 at Daytona. Bonsey borrowed a motorcycle and a van and made the drive from California to Daytona with a dream of winning. That dream came true as he held off the hard charging defending champion for his victory. Kenny Coolbeth went on auto pilot and put on a short track clinic at Daytona Flat Track II in the GNC1 class.Both join us to discuss their experience at Daytona in the opener.
Danny Eslick has put his name on a short list of back-to-back winners of the Daytona 200. In the process he gave the TOBC Racing Team a Daytona 200 victory that just a few months ago was unimaginable for everyone including the team. Danny joins us to discuss his thoughts on winning the 200 two years in a row and what this means for him moving forward.
Thank you for listening to this post Daytona wrap up show co-hosted by Dan Johnsen. We are excited to bring you all the Main event winners from Daytona Flat Track plus the winner of the Daytona 200!
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Prime Minister Netanyahu Wins!!! The election results was an overwhelming victory as Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu defeats many obstacles to protect Isreal. Also ISIS connected radical Islamic Jihadist have attacked the Museum next to the Tunisian Parliament leaving 19 dead. Also in Germany riots in the streets in front of the European Central Bank in Frankfort. Also 10,000 dead Sea Lions have washed up in West Coast of America. Also a United States have omitted Iran and Hezbollah from the terror threat list. Also a letter arrived at the White House laced with "Cyanide" but no one was hurt. Also Kim Jong Un has committed to attend the celebrations in Moscow for the victory over Germany in WW II. Also Sec. of State John F. Kerry in Geneva, Switzerland holding negotiations on the Iranian Nuke Deal had his "Bike Break Down" as Netanyahu wins his election in Israel. Also a severe Solar Storms have caused a powerful Auroa as a Geomagnetic Storm of a class 4 is hitting the Earth. These and much more current news events and bible prophecy and a powerful Word of God. Your Host Pastor Paul Begley of Indiana.
Sydni Brown 1st time author of Under the Radar from Houston. Under the Radar is fiction at its best. It is funny, suspenseful, action packed, a murder mystery and a true love story all tied into one. 9:15pm - 9:45pm.
Travel with Alyce - 9:45 - 10
10:15 - 11 Black Men/Women in Leather Riding a Harley
or some other motorized vehicle... Bike Week in Daytona Beach... WOW
Best selling author Cara Brookins returns to Rated G Radio tonight to talk about her latest hit "Little Boy Blu" while also catching us up on what her talented family has been up to since our last visit.
You'll he hearing about Cara's touring schedule while maintaining a full time career, as well as creating a new busniess start up focusing on social media management.
Call 323 657-1493 to ask a question!
Check out and BUY all of Cara's books on Amazon by clicking her author page here!
About Cara: "I'm the girl with a book in her hand. If I'm not writing one, I'm reading or plotting one. I also love to build things with wood, concrete, clay, tile, and paper mache. I even built my own house from the ground up with my children. My day job is developing new computer software systems as a programmer analyst. I also love to scuba dive, hoop, swim, ride my bike, listen to music, garden, and spend time in the mountains. I like a little bit of everything and writing allows me to express that."
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I was born and raised in Southern California, attending a private, Catholic school from first through eighth grade. Never once did I think of myself as elite or different. That was school, a place I went Monday through Friday for hours when I could have been doing what any normal child does, climbing trees, figuring out ways to drive my parents nuts, or riding my bike, without safety gear since we didn't even know what that was in the 1960s. We made hopscotch's on the sidewalk with chalk and played for hours. Riding a bike up and down a sidewalk was often accompanied by jump ramps where we attempted to fly beyond gravity to reach the moon, like the astronauts we so admired. Skateboards whizzing past were not unheard of, again without safety equipment. Sure, we skinned knees and elbows and bumped heads but we were up and running within the few minutes it took our mothers to clean up the mess and advise us to 'be more careful next time'.