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There are plenty of Walt Disney World podcasts out there (truly there are, take a look) and I'm not aspiring to add to the list, but I have been so excited about the trip that I've been sharing. This episode will be me summing up the trip what worked for us and what didn't. I had a great time and hope I can go back before 30 years goes by again.
Coffee Shop Conversations Segment Mondays 7:00 am Pacific, 8:00 am Mountain, 9:00 am Central,
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Welcome Jed Jurchenko and Our Coffee Shop Conversations Segment on Faith, Family, and Friendship
On the Coffee Shop Conversations Segment, you'll find freshly brewed wisdom to help you mature your faith, lead your family, and grow your friendships so that you and your family can live joy-filled, Christ-honoring lives. Grab a cup of coffee, tea, or other favorite beverage, and join us every Monday morning!
Now, according to Jed, “Walt Disney is a man who led with a limp. He didn’t deny his flaws, try to hide them, or pretend that they didn’t exist. His limp was there for the world to see. Yet, he succeeded anyway!”
Jed’s curious what was on Walt’s mind when he spoke about his “kick in the teeth.”
The best way to blog with a limp is to begin taking action. The first few steps are always the most difficult. Everything gets easier from there. Disney stated, “The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.”
Momentum is like a steam-engine. At rest, a small, slanted block, under the front tire, will hold that engine in place. However, moving at full speed, that engine will crash through most any barrier.
Let’s find out together what Jed has to say about how “leading with a limp will help us in our faith, family, and friendship.
Visit Jed at: www.CoffeeShopConversations.com/How-to-Blog-with-a-Limp/
This week on Thursday Night Tailgate our guests are: Major League Football WR Carlton Mitchell, former Patriots RB Tony Collins, Sirius/XM NFL Radio Channel host Zig Fracassi, NFL stats guru Russell Baxter, former Bears & 49ers DB Walt Harris, and former Giants FB and NFL Alumni Association Chairman of the Board Emeritus Randy Minniear. We’ll talk with them about:
Carlton Mitchell – Carlton has been a member of the Browns, Jaguars, Cowboys, Bucs, Falcons, Edmonton Eskimos, Ottawa Redblacks and now Galen Hall's team in Major League Football. He left the University of South Florida prior to his senior season to enter the NFL draft. Looking back does he regret that decision? We'll hear about his football journey.
Tony Collins – Now that NFL VP of Health and Safety Jeff Miller has admitted that there is a link between football and brain injuries what does that mean for the former players and the concussion lawsuit? We’ll get Tony’s take.
Zig Fracassi – We’ll get Zig’s take on the free agent moves so far including the latest on his Cowboys and hometown Buffalo Bills. We’ll also get hiss reaction to Cowboys owner Jerry Jones saying there's no link between football and brain injuries.
Walt Harris – We’ll get his thoughts on Chip Kelly taking over as Head Coach of his former team the 49ers. Does he think he could play for Kelly after what went down in Philadelphia?
Randy Minniear – We’ll talk to Randy about his college playing days at Purdue. In 1964 they beat #5 Michigan and in 1965 they beat top rated Notre Dame. Randy scored 3 touchdowns in those games. We’ll hear this memories of playing in those games.
in Pop Culture
SPOILER ALERT: Epic Boss McFall and Uncle George discuss the Walt Simonson. Plot points, character developments, and twists WILL BE revealed. If you haven’t read this run of comics… we’re about to spoil it totally. So, you should go do that now!
We’re looking at Thor issues #337 to #348 (First year of Walt’s run) and an X Men arc called “Meltdown”
Writer: Walter Simonson
Took over Marvel’s “Thor” after a successful run on DC’s “Manuhunter” Comic in 1983
Thor character “Beta Ray Bill” was created for this run of Thor
Beta Ray Bill was the first character OTHER THAN THOR worthy enough to wield Thor’s hammer, Mjolnir
Odin awards Beta Ray Bill his OWN hammer.
Simonson was the first writer to re-assign a classic Marvel hero’s mantle to a new character
Charles covers a four issue Simonson run called “Meltdown” featuring X-Men’s Havok and Wolverine
On this episode we discuss what effect, if any that Universal's expansion has had on Walt Disney World and what does it mean for us. Join Stuart Sternberg, Darlene Nagi, Jocelyn Martins, and Kurt for 30 minutes of magical mischief on the WDW Fan Zone BlogCast.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Miami Dolphins Player Walt Aikens.
Walter Aikens, Jr. (born June 19, 1991) is a free safety for the Miami Dolphins of the (NFL). He was drafted by the Dolphins in the fourth round of the draft. He played college football at Liberty.
The gang gets together to discuss Walt Disney World shows along with their favorites and how they compare to each other. Join Stuart Sternberg, Darlene Nagi, and Kurt for 30 minutes of magical mischief.
Walt Heyer: At 42-years-old, Walt Heyer was, by all accounts, a happily married man with two children.
But it was then he decided to undergo gender reassignment surgery to become a woman - a decision he would later say had a 'tremendous, destructive process' on his life. He reverted back to being a man just eight years later. Now, at 74, Walt, from Los Angeles, tells MailOnline he should never have been allowed to have the sex change in the first place.
And he claims hundreds of others are making the same mistake because surgeons are not properly evaluating their motives to change gender.
He was delighted at being a female at first, having felt trapped in the wrong body since he was five years old. But the Californian said these feelings of elation soon gave way to much darker feelings: 'Immediately after the procedure, you're in a state of euphoria because you battle it for so long.
'You think this is wonderful and fabulous and you think your life's going to be good and then as time goes on, there's this funny little thing that happens in life. It's called reality.' Read more: dailym.ai/1TP2sFO http://www.sexchangeregret.com/ http://www.waltheyer.com/
Southern Sense is a show of conservative talk with Annie "The Radio Chick" Ubelis and Curtis "CS" Bennett. Informative, fun, irreverent and politically incorrect, you never know where we'll go, but you'll love the journey! Visit our website at http://www.Southern-Sense.com, and follow us.
Dedication: Officer Ashley Guindon killed February 27, 2016, Lake Ridge, Va.
Diane and Shelley will review their must do attractions when visiting Walt Disney World.
THEEXCEPTIONALCONSERVATIVESHOW.COM WITH KEN MCCLENTON
9 PM ET WALT HEYER CHOSE SEX CHANGE SURGERY TO DEAL WITH HIS INABILITY TO COPE WITH LIFE. HE WAS ENCOURAGED TO BY THE POLITICALLY CORRECT. AFTER 8 YEARS, HE CHOSE GOD AND TRYLY HEALED. TONIGHT: WALT HEYER.
10 PM ET RALPH CHITTAMS, SR., DC GOP VICE CHAIR
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