Jugamos entre nosotros a "Orden en la Sala", el juego más polémico de Pica en Punta. Capu enfrentó a Juli. Un cartón correspondía al ROJO y el otro a MILLONARIOS, por el Independiente - River del fin de semana. Las reglas son claras: cada uno tiene 5 penales (5 PREGUNTAS), en las que tiene que ordenar 3 jugadores / DTS o lo que sea de acuerdo con la consigna. SUMA 1pto por cada acierto de orden. Osea puede sumar hasta 3pts por pregunta. El juego volvió y sigue siendo el más difícil del programa. Pero la definición fue muy apretada como casi siempre. Y dale PLAY para enterarte la prenda para el perdedor o la perdedora.
We are stoked to be joined by Brisbane based street art legend, Drapl for the 102nd instalment of Beers, Beats & The Biz. Drapl is one of this country's most talented graffiti writers and large scale mural artists, in this episode we chart his journey from the train yards of Brisbane to his work in Australia's rural communities and everything in between. Between it all we talk transcending graffiti, his brief stint as an MC alongside the Babble-On crew, Campbell Newman era Brisbane, the influence of RFW and DTS, travelling, creating tourism in small communities, various walls and works, as well as stages, silos and cities. Thanks to Drapl for another great conversation and his years of contributions. Episode 102 of Beers, Beats & The Biz is live now on, iTunes, Soundcloud and Spotify: Follow us on social media, download, rate, subscribe, share and don't forget to five star rate us.
On this episode of Hold On, Let Me Tell It we sit down to chat about what we have been up to since last week. We all did a bit of traveling! Adam & Sarah went on different adventures in Milwaukee while Mat headed to Minneapolis for a family weekend. Fun was had by all! In the second half, we brought the "Drunk Ass" cards back to the table in a three way dance for the Ramblin' Rabbi. Thanks to DTS for always hooking us up with drinks, and thank you to each of you that listen. It means a ton to us. Enjoy!
To open camp, we focus on the Raiders' new defensive scheme. Can Maxx Crosby play standing up in Patrick Graham's 3-4? How much will he have to? Should LV sign Ndamukong Suh after injuries to DTs? Twitter @RaiderParadise @raiderlarry @lukejstraub. Listen everywhere podcasts are found!
The Stinking Pause Podcast - reviewing movies since 2013...some good, some bad Amelie (2001) This week Scott is joined by his dear friends - his co host of the Reel Britannia podcast, Steven, and Anthony, the host of the Glass onion: On John Lennon podcast "Amélie" is a fanciful comedy about a young woman who discretely orchestrates the lives of the people around her, creating a world exclusively of her own making. Shot in over 80 Parisian locations, acclaimed director Jean-Pierre Jeunet ("Delicatessen"; "The City of Lost Children") invokes his incomparable visionary style to capture the exquisite charm and mystery of modern-day Paris through the eyes of a beautiful ingenue. Rating: R (Sexual Content) Genre: Comedy, Romance Original Language: French (France) Director: Jean-Pierre Jeunet Producer: Claudie Ossard Release Date (Theaters): Nov 2, 2001 Wide Release Date (Streaming): Jul 16, 2002 Box Office (Gross USA): $33.2M Runtime: 2h 1m Distributor: Miramax Films Sound Mix: Dolby SR, DTS, Dolby Stereo, Surround, Dolby A, Dolby Digital Aspect Ratio: Scope (2.35:1)
Welcome to Grace in Focus radio. Today, Bob and Shawn are joined in the studio by Steve Elkins. We will first hear more about Steve, and his background at DTS, and his work with Young Life. In addition, the guys will be diving into the theological position known as “Lordship Salvation.” In addition, we will