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  • 01:02

    Casey Leonard, Winnie Nemeth, Rob Key, and Peter Galassi join the show

    in Sports

    Post Time with Mike and Mike would like to remind everyone that for the next few weeks, the show will take place at 1:00 PM on Thursday afternoons.

    Coming up this week, leading Chicago area Driver Casey Leonard will be joining us to talk about his career, as well as the current racing season at Hawthorne Race Course

    Also joining us on the show is Rob Key. Rob is the CEO and founder of Converseon, an award-winning social media consultancy. Also a harness horse owner, his company is partnered with the USTA's social media initiative. 

    We will also sit down with longtime Hawthorne Track Announcer Peter Galassi, as he talks about his career and his recovery from stem cell replacement.

    Winnie Morgan Nemeth will also be joining us in the first of a four-part series to talk about New Vocations, and how it works.




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  • Hallow My Winnie Special

    in Football

    Don't have a clue what we're talking about but just like my costume no one knows what the hell will happen. This episode is dedicated to me getting laid.

  • 00:59

    Ronnie Wrenn Jr., Tom Kelley, and Joel Benson Join The Program

    in Sports

    By Michael Carter, for Post Time with Mike and Mike

    Elkton, MD – Post Time with Mike and Mike has an action packed show coming up on Thursday at 1:00!

    Joining the program this week is Tom Kelley, the Director of Harness Operations at Hawthorne Racecourse to wrap up the winter meet and talk about the upcoming harness meet in May. 

    Ronnie Wrenn Jr. the North American Dash Champion from 2013 and 2014 will join to talk about earning his 3,000th career win and his career as a whole. 

    Joel Benson from J L Benson Stables will be on to talk about 10wins10.com.  The site was started to help draw younger people into racing from around the world.  J L Benson stables has put up $10,000 in prize money for this free online harness racing game.

    Winnie Morgan Nemeth will also be joining us in the third of a four-part series to talk about New Vocations, and how it works.

    Post Time with Mike and Mike is harness racing's newest podcast co-hosted by track announcers Mike Bozich and Mike Carter. The show's focus is to positively promote harness racing. Every hoof that hits the racetrack, whether a claimer or a stakes horse, has a story to tell, and they plan on telling those stories. Log on to Blogtalkradio.com/ptmikeandmike to listen. If you miss the show live, you can listen on-demand at any time. You can also follow the show on social media.


    Like them on Facebook at Post Time with Mike and Mike, and follow them on Twitter @ptmikeandmike1.

  • 00:16

    Winnie Winster

    in Women

    Are you feeling lucky? Would you like to test your game-playing skills with other boomers in a fun and feisty way? Do you want to enlarge your social network from the comfort of your own home? If so, you'll want to be sure to catch what Winnie Winster (aka Michelle Kaplan) has to say. Learn all about the explosion of gaming that's the new way  boomer women share a social outlet rather than a competitive one. Tune in and learn how you can be a Winnie Winster, too!

  • 01:19

    Legacy of 1804 with Richard Louissaint, Winnie Siclait #lof1804

    in Culture

    Host Alice Backer welcomes photographer Richard Louissaint as he  tells us about his first trip ever to Haiti even though his parents have not returned in 40 years.

    We also get a visit from Winnie Siclait of  Power Up, Kreyòl, a business plan competition put together by the Brooklyn Public Library.

  • 00:14

    Idle Hands.....and Boredom

    in Comedy

    What is the BIBLE scripture in the BIBLE about "Idel hands..." and what have you's

    Who knows, oh well, boredom is a sin. Isn't it...? Aye, I don't know. 

    But can sheer boredom lead to sucide?

  • 01:02

    Dave Miller, Jim Miller, Brandon Valvo Join The Program

    in Sports

    Very good show to kick off the New Year on Thursday at 7:00pm Eastern. Jim Miller from Hawthorne Park joins us to preview the Hawthorne meet. We'll also be joined by Hall Of Fame Driver Dave Miller and New Vocation's Winnie Nemeth. Post Time's International Correspondent Brandon Valvo joins us to give us an update on harness racing overseas.  We will also be discussing the tragic events that happened at Classy Lane Farm in Canada.

  • 00:28

    Movie Winnie Mandela: Boycott Movie

    in Family

    According to Winnie Mandela, neither Jennifer Hudson, Terrence Howard nor any other producer of the movie Winnie Mandela interviewed her for the movie.  Therefore, we should boycott the movie because it is not reflective of her life story; thy disrespected her and did not seek her input and it fails to give an honest account of the events. Also, in light of the recent allegations concerning Mr. Howard and his estrange wives, should he play Nelson Mandela?

  • 01:01

    Winnie Anderson-Sell Your Services Without Sacrificing Your Values

    in Marketing

    Winnie Anderson, is a business development strategist, award-winning copywriter, and best-selling author. Service based entrepreneurs consult with her when they’re ready to stand out from the competition, step into their role as an authority in their industry, and maximize their revenue.

    Winnie’s Holmesian ability to get inside the mind of your buyer allows her to deduce what your clients need to decide to buy faster and easier.

    According to Rob Lundolm of Lundholm Landscaping in Cape May, “My wife and I used some of the tips Winnie gave us to generate business and we earned over $4000 while we were on vacation! We picked up business that we would not have if it weren’t for her. I’m a landscaping genius but the leads are pouring in because of what she taught us.”

    Her knowledge of what influences and motivates behavior comes from her formal education -- degrees in Education and Human Resources, additional graduate work in psychology and counseling, and multiple certifications along with work experience in human resources, sales, and marketing. Winnie also has a doctorate from the “School of Hard Knocks.” 

    After a car accident left her with a Traumatic Brain Injury, she relearned how to learn and gained a deep knowledge about how the brain processes information. Winnie’s also a published author having contributed to Personal Branding for Dummies and published two of her own books to best seller status, including, Stand Out and Attract Great Clients, which was #1 in its category on Amazon.

    To learn more, visit HelpClientsBuy.com, Winnie Anderson.com, or look for Winnie’s books on Amazon

  • 03:00

    Pan-African Journal: Special Worldwide Radio Broadcast

    in Politics

    Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. This program features our regular PANW reports with dispatches on the declining value of the South African rand during the final days of 2015; the Southern African state of Zimbabwe has announced through its government media that a threatened strike by civil servants over the delay in the payment of holiday bonuses has been averted; the United Nations envoy to Libya Martin Kobler was forced to halt a press conference at the airport outside the capital of Tripoli amid much fanfare over a so-called unity accord where the majority of members of the two rival regimes have failed to approve; and there has been demonstrations in Iran and other countries in response to the execution of 47 people in Saudi Arabia including a leading Shiite cleric Sheik Nimr al-Nimr. In the second hour we continue our month-long tribute to the 87th anniversary of the birth of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. through a lecture by labor historian Michael Honey on the civil rights leader's intervention in the Memphis santitation workers strike of early 1968, the last political campaign leading to his assassination on April 4 of that year. Finally we review a lecture delivered at Oxford University by Winnie Byanyima, the executive director of Oxfam International, asking the question: Is Africa Rising?

  • 00:45


    in Education