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Another terrific speaker I was pleased to meet at the Poplar Bluff Conference was Bryan Thatcher, and what a story he has. He was a Doctor who basically gave up all his career to become founder of the Eucharistic Apostles of Divine Mercy.
Bryan gave his testimony of how he came to a closer walk with the Lord through discovering the presence of the Lord in the Eucharist, Our Lady, through St. Faustina and the Divine Mercy. He spoke of his world wide mission for the Divine Mercy.
Bryan also focused on the Divine Mercy for the sick and dying.
Les Thatcher became a professional wrestling fan the first time he watched the action on a friend’s television in 1949 at the tender age of eight years old. The beginning of his life in pro wrestling began at what may have been the first Pro Wrestling School in America. Les read about Tony Santos, a promoter in New England, and his wrestling school based in Boston, Massachusetts in a 1959 issue of Wrestling Revue, then the top magazine in the industry, and after writing back and forth he climbed on a Greyhound Bus in February 1960 and traveled to Boston to begin what has been a 44 year love affair with professional wrestling. As a wrestler his career spanned 20 years from July 4 1960 when he stepped into the ring as a pro for the first time against “Cowboy” Ronnie Hill in Blue Hills, Maine. As a broadcaster, Les shared the microphone over the years with hall of famers such as Gordon Solie, Bob Caudle, Lance Russell, and Jim Ross. The very first ever four color WWWF magazine was designed and edited by Thatcher for Vince McMahon Jr. in 1978.As a trainer/teacher for the last ten years Les opened Les Thatcher’s Main Event Pro Wrestling Camp in Cincinnati in 1995 and an “off shoot” of that is the Heartland Wrestling Association which during that period was considered one of the top independent promotions in the country. From 1998 through 2001 HWA promoted the famous “Brian Pillman Memorial Shows” bringing WWF, WCW, and ECW together under the same roof on the same night for the first time in wrestling history.
Kim Thatcher is an American politician. She is currently a Republican state senator from Oregon's Senate District 13, having won election in 2014. Prior to becoming a senator, she was a member of the Oregon House of Representatives from House District 25. Thatcher was first elected to the Oregon House District 25 in 2004, representing the Keizer area. Early in her career, as the owner of the highway construction firm KT Contracting, she was well known as a critic of the Oregon Department of Transportation.In May 2005, Thatcher successfully sponsored a bill to limit public access to information about concealed handgun license. She was reelected in 2006, 2008, 2010, and 2012. In 2014, Thatcher chose to run for Oregon State Senate Seat 13, held by the retiring Larry George, rather than seek reelection to her house seat. Kim will join us tonite to discuss issues. Hosts: Rueben Torres and Doreen Finkle. This show sponsored by Studentsforabetterfuture.com
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Author Thatcher C. Nalley joins me on the Indie Books Show this week to talk about Letters from the Looney Bin and her other books.
In the late 1970s the Emerson Rose Asylum became completely abandoned - all the patients, doctors, staff vanished and were never seen again. The events circling this mass exodus have been one of the most baffling disappearances in history...until now. For hidden deep inside a tattered asylum mattress a stack of bundled letters were found. These letters, all addressed to the pseudonym Dr. Quill, and all written by the patients as they document the final days of the Emerson Rose Asylum.
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Hot off the heels of WWE's Hell In A Cell, ITR is back to talk about the fallout on RAW and we also talk about Impact Wrestling and all the latest news and rumours. Plus we're joined by legendary trainer LES THATCHER who talks about his career, WWE, TNA and much more!
Michael Burge: "Bryant's Gap":
In 1947 postwar Chicago, mob related violence is commonplace. Nothing stands in the way of the “Outfit” when it comes to making money; a body here or there, who really cares as long as everyone’s pockets are lined, but when a man is found dead in a small Illinois town—people take notice. Bargetown’s Chief of Police Bert Thatcher looks to a seasoned and astute railroad detective, Grady Colston, for help in solving the case. Fate has brought them together, but they soon realize just how much they have in common. A tight bond develops between the two men as they strive to uncover the identity of the man found dead on the railroad tracks—his right arm severed. As the investigation unfolds, surprising details of the man’s past come to light, and the circumstances of his death pose a major dilemma for Grady and Bert.
Simon Toyne "The Searcher":
The author of the acclaimed Sanctus trilogy conjures an eerie epic of good and evil, retribution and redemption—the first novel in the mesmerizing Solomon Creed series in which a man with no memory of his past must save a lost soul in a small Arizona town.
On a hilltop in the town of Redemption, Arizona, the townspeople gather at an old cemetery for the first time in decades to bury a local man. The somber occasion is suddenly disrupted by a thunderous explosion in the distant desert. A plane has crashed, and it’s pouring a pillar of black smoke into the air.
As Sheriff Garth Morgan speeds toward the crash, he nearly hits a tall, pale man running down the road, with no shoes on his feet and no memory of who he is or how he got there. The only clues to his identity are a label in his handmade suit jacket and a book that’s been inscribed to him: both giving the name Solomon Creed.
Today, I'll be playing my interview with Liverpool's Darren Williams. Darren has spent hours looking at the life and times of "The Iron Lady" and what he came away with is a fasicnating revelation of a MI6 version of "My Fair Lady."
Like most political figures, Thatcher was placed in her role as England's first, female PM.
We also look at the notion of sacred cows and can the dead be criticized or even judged, especially in light of Thatchers passing.
In the first hour, I'll be joined by patrick, whose insights into the metal and paper markets is cutting edge. We'll discuss the recent drama of gold, silver and Bitcoin.
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The season premier and second episod of the flash happened! we react!
Richard watched What we do in the shadows!
Johnny has some choice words for marvel puzzle quest
Ronda Rousey is really trying to be Captain Marvel
Daniel Craig bitches about being Bond
Fox might have sold the rights to fantastic 4 back to marvel or might not have.
In November 1988, Hugh John Simmonds CBE, Margaret Thatcher’s favorite speechwriter and the author’s best friend, boss and political mentor, turned up dead in a woodland glade a few miles from their sleepy suburban hometown 20 miles west of London. To learn why his best friend was murdered, Geoffrey Gilson journeyed into the dangerous world of international arms deals, covert intelligence operations and high-level political corruption and discovered a secret that explains much of contemporary history.
A quest for truth which, after 20 years of high-risk adventure coupled with painstaking research and firsthand interviews, uncovered the ugly reality that, for some 30 years, the various governments of Great Britain have loaned their country’s military and intelligence services to the United States, allowing presidents from Reagan to Obama to pursue their covert foreign and military policies without the encumbrance of congressional oversight.
US President Barack Obama said of Margaret Thatcher "America has lost a true friend", while German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she would "never forget her part in surmounting the division of Europe and at the end of the Cold War".
Parte de la leyenda de la ex primera ministra del Reino Unido, Margaret Thatcher, se forjó en la reforma neoliberal que acometió en la economía de su país. Privatizar y recortar gasto público desmantelando el Estado del Bienestar fueron sus principales recetas. Bajo su mandato pasaron a manos privadas el negocio del ferrocarril, el de las aeronauticas y el de las telecomunicaciones. Los empresarios la veneraban. Ejecutada en coordinación con Ronald Reagan, en Estados Unidos, su "revolución" es aún hoy objeto de debate.