• 00:35

    Gift Egbelu

    in Sports

    When it comes to sports, we all tend to witness history of different sorts. Well here on "The Rocket Sports Breakdown", we'll be making history. For the first time on this show, yours truly will conduct an interview w/ a rugby player, business entrepreneur, & a damn good friend - Gift Egbelu. Gift & Rocket have known each other going on 8 years dating back to when Myspace was on top. In this 30-minute podcast, we'll discuss Gift's career ambitions (as well as his great accomplishments), life as a LSU & Saints fan/supporter, & that one time he attempted to do stand-up comedy. & speaking of Saints, we may bring up that collapse against the Lions 2 months ago. We might, stay tuned. We'll share some laughs & predictions this Tuesday night on blogtalkradio.com @ 6:30pm. Rocket Nation, get ready for a power trip.

  • 02:01

    Mikes Retro Rocket Ride Show

    in Music

    Hello everyone wecome to todays edition of the show we have for your listening pleasure today songs from Led Zepplen Christmas songs some Mick J and the Rolling Stones. plus many more. so strap down as we blast off for another magicial musical Retro Rocket Show here on BlogTalkRadio and thanks so much for being here with me today may God Bless you all.

  • 01:13

    Military Monday with John D. Gresham With Zenith Press Author Piers Bizony

    in Military

    For people who grew up in the middle of the 20th Century, space travel/exploration has been something of a disappointment since the lunar landings of the late 1960s and early 1970s. The promises of commercial space travel, promoted in such feature films as Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A SPACE ODDESSY have never been realized, and man's toehold in space has been limited to near-earth ventures like the International Space Station (ISS) and the American Space Shuttle program that was shut down several years ago. In a word, disappointing.


    However, the 21st Century has finally begun to deliver on the promises made by people like President John F. Kennedy and Werner von Braun, thanks to a number of pioneering commercial space ventures that are rapidly beginning to deliver results. Companies like Orbital Sciences and SpaceX, are already providing resupply and retrieval services to NASA for the ISS. And sometime in 2017, SpaceX will fly their first manned mission aboard their own U.S.-built Falcon 9 rocket. These rapid and well conceived programs have not gone without incident however, as demonstrated by the recent accidents involving Orbital Sciences and Virgin Galactic's boosters and spacecraft. Nevertheless, these bold ventures, led by men like Richard Branson and Elon Musk are pushing ahead, and look to be back sometime in 2015.


    To learn more about the coming revolution in commercial space projects, join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) i for Military Monday at 1 p.m. Eastern. His guest this week is Zenith Press (@Zenith_Press) author Piers Biznoy, and they be discussing his new book. NEW SPACE FRONTIERS. Together they will discuss the current crop of commercial space ventures, recent setbacks and successes, and the long-term viability of space as a commercial enterprise arena.

  • 01:23

    Love And Hip Hop Hollywood Miss Nikki Baby Talks Masika, Mally Mall, Fizz

    in Pop Culture

    Love And Hip Hop Hollywood star Miss Nikki Baby ended up on our phone lines after our interview with Masika and won the people over. We had to get her to come back for a full interview and tell her side of things. Masika revealed that the two actually got into a fist fight that VH1 didn't air. Miss Nikki Baby recently put Masika on blast for still contacting Mally Mall about a week ahgo! She also gives the scoop on what went downwith her and Fizz. 

  • 00:02

    Superhero Sprints System Review

    in Fitness

    Superhero Sprints System Review. In this episode we are going to talk about Superhero Sprints fitness system. Superhero Sprints was designed to be some of the most intense workouts you will ever do using the ISMT method. The workouts on this program take fat burning to a whole new level. With the combination of sprints and strength circuits, you allow your body to burn fat and replace it with lean muscle simultaneously. Plus, Superhero Sprints includes an incredibly simple yet powerful eating system that will sky rocket your results in and out of the gym. These workouts are intense, beginners will still find it very beneficial as Superhero Sprints System will show you exactly what to do when first starting out. Whether you are in great shape, or are just starting out, Superhero Sprints program is designed to bring you amazing results. 


    What people say about Superhero Sprints System? 


    Edward Kropp says:


    "Superhero Sprints was designed to be some of the most intense workouts you will ever do using the ISMT method. The workouts on this program take fat burning to a whole new level. With the combination of sprints and strength circuits, you allow your body to burn fat and replace it with lean muscle simultaneously. Plus, Superhero Sprints includes an incredibly simple yet powerful eating system that will sky rocket your results in and out of the gym. I have great results with this program. Highly recommend this program for download in PDF format!"


    Click Here to Learn More about Superhero Sprints System


    We wish you all the success today and always!


    Thank you!


     

  • 00:57

    The Author's Talk Show w Jennifer Milius (kids books 'Einstein and Moo' Series)

    in Books

    Jennifer Milius is a children's book author with two books so far published through Rocket Science Productions.


    Her book series is the Einstein and Moo series is about two black-and-white, brother and sister kitties who are playful, curious, friendly, and have many interesting adventures.


    Einstein and the Leaf is the first of a series and is about a perfect fall day with children playing outside in the leaves while Einstein watches from inside.  When the children come in and a few leaves come along with them, Einstein sees his moment and is ready to play!


    Moo and the Case of the Mistaken Identity is the second book of the series and about Moo playing with a little ball that bounces against a glass fireplace when she notices a shadow. Who could this be? Read on as Moo investigates.


    Jennifer has more books in the series planned, including Einstein, Moo and the Quest for the Catnip sometime in April 2015.  She also has a non-fiction book about her experience as a Navy wife in the works, as well as a chapter book for older children.


    You can see more about Jennifer, her current and upcoming books, her local events and signings on her website www.jennifermilius.com.

  • 02:12

    THE SIMPLICITY OF CHRIST

    in Education

    Tonight we will just talk about how easily people overlook the SIMPLE THINGS CHRIST said and did.  Why is this going over people's heads? Why do people think they need more than the simplicity of Christ and the simple things that are written in the scriptures?  We will show the people that the SIMPLICITY OF CHRIST is merely UNDERSTANDING what the ORDER of things are according to his words and what is written in the Holy Scriptures.  We will explore things as the Rapture and Going to Heaven, Blessed and Highly Favored, 1st Day service and many many many other subjects and issues people have with simply obeying Christ and the simplicity he displayed and taught. I hope someone is reached and we can conclude that the simple things Christ taught and walked is all we need; not the rocket science of doctrines of men. Peace in Jesus's name.

  • 01:36

    Truth Be Told

    in Entertainment

    IT'S THE WEDNESDAY NIGHT TAKEOVER WITH OUR S-T-L CAST TRUTH BE TOLD!


    HOSTED BY THE REAL MR TIMER, MZ STL, AND FLO$$ DA BO$$.


    TONIGHT WE HAVE SPECIAL GUEST SINGER/SONGWRITER/ACTRESS KYSS MAJOR AND HER BEAU FORMER NBA PLAYER JOE "BEAST" SMITH.  THEY COMING THROUGH TO TALK ABOUT THEIR MUSIC PROJECTS AND ALSO DISHING THE DIRT ON LOVE & HIP HOP HOLLYWOOD'S MONIECE SLAUGHTER BABY MAMA OF LIL FIZZ.


    IF YOU THOUGHT SHE WAS CRAZY FROM THIS SEASON OF THE SHOW, THEN WAIT UNTIL WE DISH THE DIRT.  


    IT ALL GOES DOWN, 11PM EST/10PM CST/ 8PM PST ON DOLLHOUSE RADIO!


     

  • 02:01

    Mikes Retro Rocket Ride For Monday

    in Music

    Hello all we have a five day week of shows I hope that all my Retro fans will be with me here this month as we wind down 2014 enjoy the shows this month

  • 00:59

    The Author's Talk Show w/ Lew Steinhoff (children's books - 'Jacques the Bear')

    in Books

    Lew Steinhoff has published four children's books through Rocket Science Productions.  They make up the well received Jacques the Bear Series.


    What started simply as a father telling stories to his children at night has led to putting those words into writing.  This series is intetended to be entertaining for a child with a great story line but it also conveys a positive message. 


    The four books are based of real life stories Lew has experienced, and incorporates one of each of his four children in their own book.


    Learn more about Lew and his amazing books at his website, www.booksbylew.com.

  • 00:38

    Military Monday with John D. Gresham With Zenith Press Author Piers Gizony

    in Military

    For people who grew up in the middle of the 20th Century, space travel/exploration has been something of a disappointment since the lunar landings of the late 1960s and early 1970s. The promises of commercial space travel, promoted in such feature films as Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A SPACE ODDESSY have never been realized, and man's toehold in space has been limited to near-earth ventures like the International Space Station (ISS) and the American Space Shuttle program that was shut down several years ago. In a word, disappointing.


    However, the 21st Century has finally begun to deliver on the promises made by people like President John F. Kennedy and Werner von Braun, thanks to a number of pioneering commercial space ventures that are rapidly beginning to deliver results. Companies like Orbital Sciences and SpaceX, are already providing resupply and retrieval services to NASA for the ISS. And sometime in 2017, SpaceX will fly their first manned mission aboard their own U.S.-built Falcon 9 rocket. These rapid and well conceived programs have not gone without incident however, as demonstrated by the recent accidents involving Orbital Sciences and Virgin Galactic's boosters and spacecraft. Nevertheless, these bold ventures, wed by men like Richard Branson and Elon Musk are pushing ahead, and look to be back sometime in 2015.


     To learn more about the coming revolution in commercial space projects, join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) i for Military Monday at 1 p.m. Eastern. His guest this week is Zenith Press (@Zenith_Press)

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