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This week the gang discusses Torii Hunter, Joe Nathan, Justin Verlander, the differences between Brad Ausmus and Jim Leyland, the lack of outfield production and HookSlide's visit to U.S. Cellular Field.
Bless You Boys Podcast 114 was recorded June 13, 2014, has a running time of 60 minutes, and features Al Beaton, HookSlide, and Kurt Mensching.
The losing continues.
Are the Tigers a highly flawed team playing to it's true level?
Grading out Brad Ausmus.
Would Jim Leyland have done anything differently?
Justin Verlander is struggling, but should we be worried?
Joe Nathan is no longer JOE NATHAN.
Torii Hunter has stopped hitting. How long can you wait before making any changes?
The 9th inning is the Tigers' Waterloo.
HookSlide's adventures at The Cell.
Hello baseball fans! There has been a flury of activity. The Minnesota Twins have signed Torii Hunter to a one year $10.5 million contract. Other free agents have signed with teams. And, the winter meetings are in full swing. Tune in as Dad and I break it all down for you.
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Japanese koi come in numerous varieties. Show host Mike Gannon is joined by guest expert Ellen Kloubec from Kloubec Koi Farm to talk about the big 3 in koi keeping; the Gosanke. Ellen will share her expertise on koi varieties and share information on how a koi farm operates. Join Episode 26 of The Pond Hunter Radio Broadcast for some great information on koi varieties and koi farming.
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" The Bottom Line Sports Show is back" with another All- Star Performance. Join us for our World Series recap best moments of the playoffs etc. Our first guest is none other than "The best center fielder in baseball" from the Los Angeles Angels Torii Hunter. We will talk baseball, the playoffs and what his off season is looking like. We got the basketball agent for some of the greatest players to come out of the New York/New Jersey area , William Diamond we will talk about the upcoming College basketball season, NBA and why he is blogging now. We got the Spokester's 3Pack of college football games, our "play with the pros segment and a whole bunch of laughs. join us LIVE 347 324-5839 or chat online or just catch the Pod Cast.
Your heard him last Friday @TheTurnTable about his music & anti bullying. Hear 'Up Close & Personal' today from ChoirBoi Cam, his mother Bishop Sharon Owens-Hunter about their Reality Family TV show premiering Tuesday, March 3 "More Than Music". Plus, anti-bullying 'Stop bullying Now Movement' (SbNM) FAMILY Forum and Concert Series coming up May 16-17, 2015 at North Central Univ (Mpls, MN). Cohost celeb style commentator Kimberly Steward of KS Styling Team with the GMSbuzz™. All today on the Business of Friday Feelin it! @ The TurnTable.
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Naba Shenmira Iritah Naba Shenmira Iritah is a young teacher, lecturer, spiritual activist, priest and healer of the Dogon bloodline from the Gulmu region of Meritah. He is the “Head Merr” (Leader) of The Earth Center Ouagadougou and he is also “Dosso Bah” (Chief Hunter outside Meritah) of the traditional hunters societies.
Naba Iritah was born and raised among the Tem people in Togo. As a young boy in traditional culture, he entered various initiations and apprenticeships with priests and healers, enduring the rites of passage of becoming a man.
Prophet Neb Naba’s return to Burkina Faso from the United States in 2006 to open the initiation in Meritah, Naba Iritah got the opportunity to follow and study under him in order to advance his spiritual growth and enlightenment, not only as a son but as a disciple. As his son, Naba Iritah dedicated his life to claiming the initiatic heritage and knowledge of his bloodline in order to carry on the missions of his ancestors.
He is the primary host of The Earth Center’s annual spiritual pilgrimage to the motherland, which helps reconnect pilgrims to their traditional roots. Naba Iritah is in charge of many charitable projects of The Earth Center on the continent of Meritah, and is the Director of the Projects in Meritah committee that works in sustaining traditional rural lives. He is the Ankhkasta Natural Healing committee chairman in Meritah.
Rod Erickson of Coldwell Banker BAIN joins host Kevin Hunter to talk money, banks, real estate. Rod describes his victories as years of satisfied customers despite keeping up with the government regulations, the computer revolution, and the continuous barrage of new laws. "Never give up" is a motto that fits Rod's business experience.
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Host Historian CR Gibbs discusses "If The Earliest Known Evidence of Mankind Was Uncovered In Africa Why Isn't History Taught From That Point On?" "Until Lions Have Their Own Historians, Tales of the Hunt Shall Always Glorify the Hunter” unknown. A group of restless men atop a ridge in the Afar desert of Ethiopia. A few of them are pacing back and forth, straining to see if they can spot fragments of beige bone in the reddish-brown rubble below, as eager to start their search as children at an Easter egg hunt. At the bottom of the hill is a 25-foot-long cairn of black rocks erected in the style of an Afar grave, so large it looks like a monument to a fallen hero. And in a way it is. Tim White and his colleagues assembled it to mark the place where they first found traces, in 1994, of “Ardi,” a female who lived 4.4 million years ago. Her skeleton has been described as one of the most important discoveries of the past century, and she is changing basic ideas about how our earliest ancestors looked and moved. In addition to Ardi, a possible direct ancestor, it is possible here to find hominid fossils from as recently as 160,000 years ago—an early Homo sapiens like us—all the way back to Ardipithecus kadabba, one of the earliest known hominids, who lived almost six million years ago. At last count, the Middle Awash project, which takes its name from this patch of the Afar desert and includes 70 scientists from 18 nations, has found 300 specimens from seven different hominid species that lived here one after the other.