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  • 01:13

    SURVIVING THE GAME SPECIAL EDITION: CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING MAYWEATHER VS PACQUIAO

    in Podcasting

    THE GRAND FINALE!! THE BIGGEST FIGHT IN THE LAST CENTURY IS GOING TO GO DOWN. FLOYD "MONEY" MAYWEATHER PUTS HIS UNDEFEATED RECORD AND LEGACY ON THE LINE VERSES MANNY "PAC MAN" PACQUIAO. FLOYD 47-0  26KO'S AND PAC MAN 57-5-2 38 KO'S SQUARE OFF IN SIN CITY LAS VEGAS NEVEDA AT THE MGM GRAND 5/3/2015 12 AM EST. WHO YOU GOT?! HOSTED BY THE ONE AND ONLY NEFERTITI OF "SURVIVING THE GAME" YOUR NUMBER #1 SPORTS CONNOISSEUR, ON THE ONLY NETWORK BRINGING YOU THE FIGHT LIVE AND DIRECT, UNCUT AND RAW WGAG RADIO!!! CALL IN AND WITNESS RADIO VISION LIKE NEVER BEFORE..1.347.884.9239

  • 01:03

    The New Scary World Order: Jade Helm- Military Control of the U.S.

    in Current Events

    So Baltimore residents won their vindication but they were still in the streets, breaking curfew no less.  Are all like sheep gone astray or is their moment of celebration valid?  How are they really going to convict six damn cops?  C'mon now.  It's gunna be another Rodney King fallout.  We started out the conversation about how Baltimore government is composed of Black leaders top to bottom.  Don Gallimore threw in the monkey wrench of fear by explaining how the 4 branches of government are going to try to take over the SouthWest Quadrant of the U.S. by July 15th, take over banking and deprive United States citizens of everyday living.  We had a caller from South Africa named Andrew who really added to the show.  Andrew please email Jane at englishcrush@yahoo.com so I can apologize for accidentally ending the show due to a phone glitch.

  • 00:43

    Surviving and Thriving: How to Get Through Difficult Times

    in Books

    April 30, 2015 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio


    THEME: Surviving and Thriving: How to Get Through Difficult Times


    INTERVIEW GUEST: Myra Jolivet


    Myra Jolivet currently serves as Vice President of Public Affairs for MLS Listings, Inc. She is a native of the San Francisco Bay Area with colorful Louisiana Creole roots. She began writing stories as soon as she was able to master the big pencil and wide lines. For more than a decade, Myra was an award-winning television news reporter and anchor, covering local and national stories. She is also the author of "Pushed Times, Chewing Pepper." The book is described as a fast-paced, crime-mystery thriller that gives an insightful peek into the Louisiana-Creole culture and the transformation of Sarah,the main character.


    THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE: 


    Most of us consider ourselves ordinary people capable of doing ordinary things in life. But, life is a series of peaks and valleys. Sometimes we are up, sometimes we are down.  This is considered normal. But, what happens when our lives are no longer ordinary and difficult times really set in? The most common advice is not to dwell in silence. According to Wendy Mogel, PhD, a clinical psychologist based in Los Angeles and the author of The Blessing of a Skinned Knee, "Obstacles, setbacks, and losses are a vital part of experiencing the fullness, and even sweetness of life."  However, sometimes in order to survive and thrive, we must also find a way to "push" ourselves through difficult times in our life. In her new novel, Myra Jolivet eloquently tells a suspense-filled story, wrapped around a Creole expression, "pushed times make a monkey chew pepper."

  • 00:23

    StoryTales Presents The Streets of Laredo

    in Country Music

    The Streets of Laredo is one of the most well known Cowboy Songs


    The famous Streets of Laredo also known as a Cowboys Lament, join Host Rich Gehlhausen for a walk down the cowboy trail and hear the history behind this famous song.


    Music Provided by Matthew Sabatella and The Rambling String Band


    Gunfighter Ballads


    Trail Songs


    English Folk Song


    Cowboy Poetry


    Website Link: StoryTales Radio Show


    Website Link: Storytellers Campfire Radio


     

  • 03:59

    IT'S TIME FOR NEFERTITI SURVIVING THE GAME!

    in Podcasting

    A DAILY WORD FROM MAKU: THE SEVENTEENTH MONTH THE THIRD DAY MAY 1, 2015 "STOP TALKING SO MUCH AND GET TO THE POINT; WHAT DO YOU WANT."


    LIFE IS A GAME PLAYED ON THE BIGGEST STAGE, THE OBJECTIVE IS TO SURVIVE..CAN YOU?! LET'S TALK ABOUT EVERYTHING ABOVE AND BELOW THE SUN!!

  • 01:29

    I DECLARE PEACE, NOT WAR Tune in as we Address the Declaration of War.

    in Current Events

    Tune in this Saturday afternoon as I bring on special guest to address the Declaration of War on Blacks. "I don't Declare War" Says one of my guest "I Declare Peace" What can we do different? How can we address the hostility? How can we come together and Unite and Take Back the Power? Do you Declare War? What are you doing to protect your children? Do you feel like your life is in Danger? What is causing you stress? Is it Work? The Family? Income level? Credit? Call in and share what your going through we need to talk.

  • 01:01

    Man Talk 101 with Kim and Vince: What Can We Do To Save Our Streets

    in Relationships

    It's another  Saturday, so get ready to hear from your favorite duo Kim and Vince of #ManTalk101. Let's see what these two have to say about what's going on with what's going on  in the streets of Batimore as well as around the world. Let's see what type of insight and wisdom these two have to share. Don't forget who or what may be in #TheVault .Soget ready you're gonna go for a ride. Exclusive on #Iammeradio . Saturday at 11am eastern  845-241-9898 or listen at blogtalkraio.com/Iammeradio


     

  • 02:09

    #KingOfUndergroundMedia @DShepWorld

    in Entertainment

    Special Guests & More (Subject To Change)


    D-Shep - @DShepWorld


    D-Shep is more than a just a southern artist with a regional sense of hip-hop. His lyrics tell of his struggles to make it out of his rough beginnings in Miami's Naranja neighborhood. Success is not something that's given to you its something you must take for yourself; D-Shep learned this at a young age as he struggled to survive on Miami's south side. Signed to an independent record label, D-Shep, born Darrell Sheppard, is the real deal; he's been on the streets, with the stories and credibility to back it, but still his southern background is apparent in his sense for good music.
    After his first two mixtapes, "Rent Money" and "Eviction Notice", D-Shep has managed to resurface with another compiled mixtape of growth, hood and truth. Honestly titled "Rent Money 2nd Impression", it is his renewed drive to restore hip hop in Miami. While some rappers have decided to follow a certain pattern to define Miami music, D Shep has decided to recreate that lane for his own personal use. His track "Snap" took a music trend in Miami called stick music and made it work for him. It addresses some of the frustrations most talented artists encounter in this industry. Songs like "Living that Life" ft Akon and "Can't See Me" ft Git Fresh take you through a journey of his thoughts causing you to understand his reality. Not to mention with the help of Veronica V, "Rather be with you" allows D-Shep to keep it real with the ladies to become that side dude.

  • 01:00

    The Anthony & B.Fly Show Whats Going On in Our World

    in Radio

    On this Episode of The Anthony & B.Fly Show we will be Discussing several Topics that Many of Us are Dealing with!


    * The Diasaster in Baltimore Maryland- Many are Outraged by the Many issues of Police Brutality and the huge amount of innocent people being shot down my law enforcement. Many Took the streets this week in protest that they want to see a change in their communtiy... But is this the Right way to Go about it???? 


    * Teens and Social Media... What are the Parents Protocol When it Comes to this??? Do parents need to be connected to their childrens pages via social media and know log in information.. Should parents Monitor their kids phones, tablets,ipads, etc??


    * And what are YOU putting back into your community, Alot of people often discuss that the city they grew up in or live in currently is goind downhill, due to lack of resources, jobs, homes, etc. So what are you doing to help the place you call home back to a place where people can grow??

  • 02:06

    Da Streets is Talking

    in Sports

    One week to the fights Maywether vs Pacquioa in Las Vegas. NBA playoffs and much more. Tell a friend to tell a friend to tell a whole bunch of girl friends!!!

  • 00:33

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MIVEMENT

    in Politics

    As we move forward in the struggle for justice for our fallen men, women and children. We pray that the case in Baltimore does not take the turn that was taken in the Michael Brown case. But we must remember that case was against a single WHITE MAN, this case has six assailants and 3 of them are Black and one is a Black Woman. So let's look at what Malcolm has to say in reference to this behavior by Black Police Officers.  "Just as the slavemaster of that day used Tom, the house Negro, to keep the field Negroes in check, the same old slavemaster today has Negroes who are nothing but modern Uncle Toms, 20th century Uncle Toms, to keep you and me in check, keep us under control, keep us passive and peaceful and nonviolent. That’s Tom making you nonviolent. It’s like when you go to the dentist, and the man’s going to take your tooth. You’re going to fight him when he starts pulling. So he squirts some stuff in your jaw called novocaine, to make you think they’re not doing anything to you. So you sit there and ’cause you’ve got all of that novocaine in your jaw, you suffer peacefully. Blood running all down your jaw, and you don’t know what’s happening. ’Cause someone has taught you to suffer — peacefully."This is what is happening to us right now today."The white man do the same thing to you in the street, when he want [sic] to put knots on your head and take advantage of you and don’t have to be afraid of your fighting back. To keep you from fighting back, he gets these old religious Uncle Toms to teach you and me, just like novocaine, suffer peacefully. Don’t stop suffering — just suffer peacefully. As Reverend Cleage pointed out, “Let your blood flow In the streets.” This is a shame. And you know he’s a Christian preacher. If it’s a shame to him, you know what it is to me.