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  • 00:24

    Entrepreneur Skip Sanzeri Launches AlerSense

    in Books

    Skip is a Silicon Valley entrepreneur who has helped a variety of startups launch, grow and exit. In addition, he has funded and launched a few of his own companies. Skip started his entrepreneurial career at an early age buying a Gold's Gym in the San Francisco Bay Area. He then expanded to a total of 6 clubs and converted the brand to California Athletic Clubs before exiting via a sale of the franchise to 24 hour fitness. 

    He then helped grow the IAC division of Ziff-Davis publishing to $250 million, after which it was sold to Thomson Publishing. Skip continued his entrepreneurial career with Sequoia Capital - backed Quote.com, which was acquired by Lycos. Skip then founded and funded the first open source strategy firm - Open Source Group. 

    Skip earned his bachelor's degree from Claremont McKenna College, and then followed on with a Master's in Public Administration from the college of Notre Dame. He lives in San Mateo, California and is a native of San Francisco. In his spare time Skip enjoys baseball, yoga and studying quantum physics.

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  • 01:50

    Bunkhouse Stampede Radio Episode 13 - Skip Bayless, Suicide Wishes, Payback

    in Wrestling

    The usual - This Day In History and Hall of Pretty Damn Good (featuring Exotic Adrian Street), and headlines. This week's headlines include a look at Skip Bayless leaving ESPN and what it means for professional wrestling as well as Ric Flair being...well, Ric Flair and telling Nattie Neidhart to kill herself. We'll also look at the upcoming Payback pay per view from WWE.

    Did Flair go too far with his obviously unscripted promo? Should there be consequences?

    Does AJ Styles stand a chance of winning the WWE World Heavyweight Championship from Roman Reigns this Sunday? Will we finally see a Bullet Club debut?

    This and more nonsense from the crew tonight at 10:30 PM EST!

  • 01:00

    Confessions Of A Recovering Bodybuilder By Skip La Cour - The Journey Begins #1

    in Fitness

    In this very first podcast of this series, Skip La Cour explains why it's so important for him to get his message out. He talks about the moment when he made the DECISION to get through his personal pain so that he could become someone people would want to listen to--and then help other people work past their own pain.

    "It's A Matter Of Trust: Confessions of a Recovering Bodybuilder" is Skip La Cour's very personal story that he'll be telling through a series of live sessions.

    Skip La Cour is also doing these videos sessions LIVE every morning at 10 am (Eastern) / 7 am (Pacific) on his Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/SkipLaCourPage and simultaneously on his Periscope @skiplacour.

    To watch this video of this episode, go to www.ItsAMatterOfTrust.com/video1.

    If you can relate to this story and you’d like some help taking your life to the next level, here’s your chance to get some help from Skip La Cour. Each month, He gives away seven (7) of these coaching session absolutely FREE. Go to www.itsamatteroftrust.com/coaching to fill out the questionnaire.


  • 00:17

    Why Everyone Needs a B-12 Supplement

    in Health

    We don't subscribe to the idea that you can skip eating food and just take supplements but in some cases certain vitamins need to be supplemented to an already healthy diet. One major concern for vegans is that they don't get B-12 because it comes mostly from meat and dairy. This isn't entirely true, but it isn't entirely true that meat and dairy consumers get enough B-12 either. More than 50% of Americans are B-12 deficient and vegans only make up 2% of the population. Tune in to find out why you may not be getting enough no matter how you eat!

  • 01:01

    The Shop With J.Short and Stephen M.(NFL Draft Preview)

    in Sports

    A Block: Hot Topics


    Hot Topics 

    1. Skip Bayless to Fox Sports

    A. Will you still watch First Take?

    B. Good replacement

    2. 29-year old high school player

    A. How does this happen?

    3. Johnny Football indicted

    A. Good investment?

    B Block: NFL Draft Preview 

    1. Eli Apple

    A. Not a top prospect because he can’t cook?

    2. Noah Spence

    A. Worth the risk?

    3. Eagles Trade Up

    A. Smart move?

    C Block: Even More Hot Topics 

    1. Sleeper/Player you wouldn’t touch

    2. Weakest/Deepest Position Group

    3. Stephen’s Top-5

    D Block: Discussion and Keepin It 100 

    Discussion: Who should go first? 

    A. Goff or Wentz

    B. Should Tunsil or Ramsey really be the debate?

    Keepin It 100 


  • 01:03

    The Great Debate Radio Show (Ep. 6)

    in Current Events

    The Great Debate (Radio Show) airs tonight at 8pm & we have a special Prince infused episode on deck. Call-in to listen or join the conversation at 516-666-9206 or simply listen at www.mydubo.com/tgdradio (Works on desktop, tablet or smartphone).

    During The Opening Statement we'll talk about: 1.) Trump sweeping Tuesday’s primary 2.) HRC winning 4 out of 5 3.) Skip Bayless leaving ESPN 5.) GoT returning & so much more...

    During our discussion, model/author, Karras Jordan, will join us to talk about his experience as a male model, what really goes down in the industry & so much more...

    And, we’ll be playing some of your favorite Prince songs…It all goes down tonight. So don't miss it. #‎TheGreatDebate

  • 00:59

    John Carver Show - Skip the Rest Stop Sometimes

    in Self Help

    This is from a sermon I shared on April 3, 2016.  Some of what I shared is:

    Opportunities can be missed very easily.

    Groupon's Andrew Mason turned down a $6 billion offer from Google

    Andrew Mason turned down a $6 billion buyout offer from Google. Instead, he opted to take Groupon public. The IPO raised $700 million, and the company was briefly valued at more than $12 billion.

    But the stock promptly tanked after Groupon missed earnings forecasts and struggled with its accounting and in 2013, Mason was fired. Today shares are trading under $8 and the company has a market cap of about $5 billion.

    Source: Information found in National Geographic, May 2001.

    Marco Polo is one of the most famed explorers of history. It seems he inherited the travel bug from his father. In 1260, when Marco polo was 6, his father and uncle traveled to Mongolia (part of modern day China). When they arrived there the Mongol emperor revealed an interest in Christianity. He asked the brothers to take a letter to the Pope requesting as many as 100 wise men to spread the Gospel among his subjects.

    Three years later the brothers arrived home, and two years later set out on their return trek. Did they take the 100 wise men with them? No. Just two friars, for this was all the church felt they could spare. And even those two didn’t make it, turning back shortly into their journey.

    What a tragedy! Imagine if the Kublai’s request had been fulfilled. Perhaps the whole history of China may have been changed.

    So, Elisha followed/served Elijah for quite a while.

    This is a story of being given an opportunity to REST (“STAY HERE”) instead of continuing to keep moving forward.

    2 Kings 2:1-14 - Parts of a story about Elijah and Elisha.


  • 01:02

    BangTheBook Sports Betting Talk Radio May 2

    in Sports

    We're kicking off a new week and the month of May here on BangTheBook Radio with a really interesting May 2 broadcast. We'll hear from Cole Ryan with the first of three installments of Betting the Buckets for this week, as he breaks down the NBA playoffs and everything that we have seen so far. The series between the Atlanta Hawks and the Cleveland Cavaliers begins tonight and the Oklahoma City Thunder will try for a better performance against the San Antonio Spurs. Host Adam Burke will talk MLB and NHL with a relatively light set of games in both of those leagues. Chris Connelly of Contrarian Investments, LLC will join the show as we talk about a new sports betting investment opportunity that could gain a lot of steam in the coming months and years.


    0:20-12:45 - Show intro, Adam Burke's NHL thoughts for May 2

    12:45-21:45 - Cole Ryan's Betting the Buckets

    21:45-30:50 - Burke's MLB thoughts for May 2

    30:50-1:01:00 - Chris Connelly, CEO of Contrarian Investments, LLC, the sports betting mutual fund; sports betting investment opportunity

  • 00:24

    Dis Happy Place Podcast Episode 22- Review of the 2016 Epcot Flower & Garden

    in Travel

    We just got back from going to the 2016 Epcot Flower & Garden Festival and we will go over out must do's and the stuff to skip. Plus all of the new happenings coming to Epcot in the future. We will also tell you about our trip and stay at the Swan resort!

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    Youtube- search for DisHappyPlace


  • 02:00

    Satellite Sundays Episode 15

    in Sports

    Sunday, May 1. Satellite Sundays.

    NFL Draft 2016. Surprise picks? Picks with the biggest impacts early for their teams. Are bad divisions now good divisions? 2. Are the Dallas Cowboys now the favorite to win the east?

    3. Our New England writers weigh in? Why do the Patriots take a quarterback when there are other obvious needs.

    NBA 1. Golden State had no problem getting by Houston but does their Road and here? Without Steph Curry can this team continue that production?

    2. Luke Walton is returning to the Lakers but this time as head coach. After what he did in Golden State can he turn this team around? Is he the next Brad Stevens?

    MLB Is there parody in baseball right now? The traditional Powerhouse teams aren't as good and newer teams are coming into the Limelight. Can the Mets hold on? Are the Nationals the team to beat in the National League? What is going on with the Yankees?

    Our Satellite Sundays team weighs in: Will Greg Hardy get another chance? And should he?

    Skip Bayess going to Fox Sports. His contract is going to be more than some players contracts. Is this a good move? Is he worth the money?

    Pop Culture: There was a girl who is in some trouble because she was using the Snapchat speed filter and got into a terrible accident. Snapchat is being sued for not taking the filter off. Is social media getting out of control? The host tells the story and the group weighs in.

    It looks like Trump and Clinton are too far ahead now to be caught. Who are you voting for and should Hilary even be considered because of her "off the field issues".

    Bernie Sanders lost a couple of key primaries that he needed but he could run independent and that's the whole thing up for everybody. Will he do this? 

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  • 00:20

    Episode 54: Respect my name

    in Radio

    In today's episode the hosts will discuss the death of a legendary artist who has touched many lives,bee-hive is going crayz after she relased her new videos, an interview that went south during a recording of the Breakfast Club show, an ESPN host who decided to take his talents to Fox Sports, MTV bringing back one of its hottest shows, and how Future is finally getting fed up of all these new artist trying to jock his style. Tune in as the hosts will put you in the mix!

    Like us on Facebook and on Twitter @inthemix_tl 

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