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Schedule for January 26, 2015

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Harlem Globetrotters' ZEUS McCLURKIN

Zeus McClurkin is a testament to not giving up or letting obstacles get in the way of achieving one’s dreams. He was cut from every team he tried out for from seventh grade through tenth grade, but he kept pushing and finally made his high school team his junior and senior seasons. He played his first couple of years of college ball at a Division II program, but the departure of the head coach left Zeus on the outside looking in. Undeterred, he enrolled at North Carolina A&T State University, and he made the basketball team as a walk-on, beating out 30 other hopefuls in the process. He went on to play on a handful of professional teams home and abroad and now brings his high-flying game to the world’s most famous basketball team. All of this while dealing with exercise-induced asthma, a narrowing of the airways in the lungs that is triggered by strenuous exercise. To this day, Zeus carries an inhaler with him. Zeus was introduced to basketball by his older brother, Robert, and cites his brother as the most influential person in his athletic career. “I fell in love with basketball because of my brother’s passion for the sport,” explains Zeus. “I wanted to be just like him, and to this day, I still cant beat him one-on-one.” An extremely versatile athlete, Zeus was on the swim team growing up and also played football, tennis, baseball and soccer (“The best athletes in the world today are playing soccer,” he says). He also played volleyball and would have loved to have played professional beach volleyball and represent the U.S. in the Olympics. Zeus has this piece of advice for young athletes: “Be coachable. Be the player that the coach never has to worry about and can depend on when called upon. I have played a lot of minutes over players that were more talented than me, simply because I was coachable and understood what the strategy and philosophy was for each team on which I played.”

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"Going Home: Finding Peace When Pets Die"

Expect increase in robberies and unwarranted race riots says Radio/TV Host, Author, Historian & Global Thought Leader, Dr. Alvin Augustus Jones -

Black men are behaving badly. Thug and Pimp elements have taken over the hearts and minds of African Americans. Demonstrations are not about peace and justice but a form of extortion and bribery. Unless there is a national ethical economic plan to help young African American men led by the business community in partnership with governments, the African American community will become a police state or dependents of the governments. Expect increase in robberies and widespread race riots.  In an interview, Dr. Alvin can discuss in depth with extensive research, scholarship and compassion the following talking points:

The ethical and moral difference in African Americans prior to integration.

Why Black men are behaving badly.

The two conflicting conversations within individuals. The public gangster v. the private saint.

The adverse effect of men without fathers or single mothers who treat their sons as friends.

Why this is possibly the first generation that is not advancing the positive causes of African Americans.

How they are living out the gangster themes found in their music and pop culture.

Why it’s ok for Blacks to kill Blacks and not Whites? Even in self-defense or when found innocent by the judicial system.

How upstanding Black citizens and Americans are fearful and afraid.

How activists, civic rights leaders, sociologists, professors, and the media profit from racism. 

Why there is no diversity of thought in the African American community.

The lack of Black owned businesses who could hire.

Beauty Without Bunnies: Search for Cruelty-Free Cosmetics, Personal-Care Products, and More


Paul Dolan believes all humans strive for happiness, which he defines as a combination of pleasure and a sense of purpose. The problem is that we are often very bad at maximising our own well-being.

Harmon Kaslow

About Atlas Shrugged


Hattie McDaniel winning Best Supporting Actress






Spirit-Twelve Dreams of Dr.Sardonicus-1970




Bill Chavanne joins us today

A Home of Their Own: The Story of Ohio's Greatest Orphanage Bill Chavanne joins us 

The Ohio Soldiers and Sailors Home came into its remarkable life during the 1870s, a moral response to the debt owed Ohio families damaged and destroyed by their fealty to the great national struggle just ended the American Civil War. On a desolate hilltop just outside the Green County town of Xenia, Ohio, an entire park-like campus sprang into being. By the turn of the century, a thousand children were housed, clothed, fed, and educated at the place they called the Home. It was nearly 500 acres containing, among other things, a farm, its own power plant, an extensive trades school, playing fields and total self-sufficiency.

For a hundred years or more, the Home was one of America s most remarkable institutions. Late in the century, however, powerful shifts in the culture conspired against it. The emerging foster care system and its advocates using the negative image of poorly managed institutions, selected figures and statistics, dwindling political support by the once powerful veterans, and a difficult new demographic of seriously disturbed children - all this eroded its once formidable presence.

Tom J. Carney


Bob Dylan and the Subterranean Homesick Blues revolution

Watch clever labrador ride bus to the park by HERSELF every time she wants walkies




En tant qu'Américain, j'ai honte de l'absence d'Obama à Paris .... en tant que Juif, je suis fier de la présence de Netanyahu à Paris"


blog: I Witnessed

the police kill an



Harvey Danger - Flagpole Sitta (Lyrics)


Group Cautions That Leaving Animals Outside in Freezing Temperatures Is Deadly, Criminal Act  


Youngstown, Ohio — Every year, PETA receives thousands of complaints about people who leave dogs outside in the cold—which is not only cruel but also a crime in the state of Ohio. Although they are equipped with fur coats, dogs and other animals can still suffer from deadly frostbite and exposure, and they can become dehydrated when water sources freeze. Cold weather spells extra hardship for "backyard dogs," who often go without adequate food, water, shelter, or veterinary care. That's why PETA is working with law-enforcement officials across the country to press charges against people who illegally leave their animals outside to die or to shiver and ache in the cold all day and night.  


With bitter temperatures and up to 2 feet of snowfall predicted for your area, will you please share the following information with your audience now and throughout the winter in order to help protect animals and keep Ohio’s laws enforced?  


 ·          Keep animals indoors, as required by law. This is absolutely critical when it comes to puppies and kittens, elderly animals, small animals, and dogs with short hair, including pointers, beagles, pit bulls, Rottweilers, and Doberman pinschers. Short-haired animals will also benefit from a warm sweater or a coat on walks. Don't allow your cat or dog to roam outdoors. During winter, cats sometimes climb under the hoods of cars to be near warm engines and are badly injured or killed when the car is started.  

 ·          Wipe off your dogs' or cats' legs, feet, and stomachs after they come in from the snow. Salt and other chemicals can make your animals sick if they ingest them. You should also increase animals' food rations during the winter because they burn more calories in an effort to stay warm.  

 ·          Keep an eye out for stray animals. Take unidentified animals indoors until you can find their guardians or take them to an animal shelter. If strays are skittish or otherwise unapproachable, provide food and water and call your local humane society for assistance in trapping them and getting them indoors.  

 ·          If you see animals left outside without shelter from the elements, please notify authorities. For information on what constitutes adequate shelter, click here.  

 ·         During extreme winter weather, birds and other animals may have trouble finding food and water. Offer rations to wildlife who are caught in storms or white-outs by spreading birdseed on the ground. Provide access to liquid water by filling a heavy water bowl and breaking the surface ice twice a day. Remember to remove the food once the weather improves to encourage the animals to move on to warmer areas.


PETA's cold-weather public service announcement is available to link to or download hereFor more information, please visit PETA.org. 


 Foie gras is exactly as delicious as you've heard. It should nonetheless be banned

Ralph Meacham -Mahoning county auditor elect




J'envoie Valser

Renata Sabljak - Je suis Malade

Je Suis Malade

Je suis malade


Je ne rêve plus je ne fume plus
Je n'ai même plus d'histoire
Je suis sale sans toi
Je suis laide sans toi
Je suis comme un orphelin dans un dortoir

Je n'ai plus envie de vivre dans ma vie
Ma vie cesse quand tu pars
Je n'ais plus de vie et même mon lit
Ce transforme en quai de gare
Quand tu t'en vas

Je suis malade
Complètement malade
Comme quand ma mère sortait le soir
Et qu'elle me laissait seul avec mon désespoir

Je suis malade parfaitement malade
T'arrive on ne sait jamais quand
Tu repars on ne sait jamais où
Et ça va faire bientôt deux ans
Que tu t'en fous

Comme à un rocher
Comme à un péché
Je suis accroché à toi
Je suis fatigué je suis épuisé
De faire semblant d'être heureuse quand ils sont là

Je bois toutes les nuits
Mais tous les whiskies
Pour moi on le même goût
Et tous les bateaux portent ton drapeau
Je ne sais plus où aller tu es partout

Je suis malade
Complètement malade
Je verse mon sang dans ton corps
Et je suis comme un oiseau mort quand toi tu dors

Je suis malade
Parfaitement malade
Tu m'as privé de tous mes chants
Tu m'as vidé de tous mes mots
Pourtant moi j'avais du talent avant ta peau

Cet amour me tue
Si ça continue je crèverai seul avec moi
Près de ma radio comme un gosse idiot
Écoutant ma propre voix qui chantera

Je suis malade
Complètement malade
Comme quand ma mère sortait le soir
Et qu'elle me laissait seul avec mon désespoir

Je suis malade
C’est ça je suis malade
Tu m'as privé de tous mes chants
Tu m'as vidé de tous mes mots
Et j'ai le coeur complètement malade
Cerné de barricades
T'entends je suis malade

Je Suis Malade

I don’t dream anymore, i don’t smoke anymore
I don’t have a history anymore
I am dirty without you
I am ugly without you
I am like an orphan in a dormitory

I don’t feel like living in my life
My life stops when you leave
I don’t have a life anymore and even my bed
Turns into a platform (of a station)
When you go away

I am sick
Completely sick
Like when my mother went out in the evening
And that she left me alone with my despair

I am ill, fully sick
You come, one never knows when
You leave again, one never knows where
And it will be soon two years
Since you didn’t give a damn.

Like to a rock
Like to a sin
I am locked on to you
I am tired, I am exhausted
To pretend being happy when they are here

I drink every night
But all whisky
For me, they have the same taste
And all the boats carry your flag
I don’t know anymore where to go, you are everywhere

I am sick
Completely sick
I pour my blood in your body
And i am like a dead bird when you sleep

I am sick
Perfectly sick
You have deprived me of all my songs
You have drained me of all my words
And I have the heart completely sick
Though i had talent before having your skin

This love is killing me
If this goes on, i’ll die alone with me
Near my radio, like an idiot kid
Listening to my own voice singing

I am sick
Completely sick
Like when my mother went out in the evening
And that she left me alone with my despair

I am sick
This it is, i am sick
You have deprived me of all my songs
You have drained me of all my words
And I have the heart completely sick
Surrounded by barricades
Listen! I am sick



 Translation : "no attack in France yet... but wait.... we have until the end of January 2015 to make  our wishes"

: bad premonition

 Charly Hebdo is a newspaper that only defends freedom of expression, four freedom at all, and now journalists, cartoonists, designers have simply paid the price for it

Curry spice combats alcohol-related liver disease



Tackling a crisis

for the health and

wealth of nations

Gunned Down: The Power of the NRA


Lou Reed - Sword Of Damocles

Now is the time for all good animal lovers to aid shelters - 

blog: I Witnessed

the police kill an



email: BrainFood@GMX.com 

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