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Heretic Happy Hour is an unapologetically irreverent, crass, and sometimes profound conversation about the Christian faith. Hosts Keith Giles, Katy Valentine, Derrick Day, and Matthew Distefano pull no punches and leave no stones unturned. For some serious sacred cow-tipping, there’s nothing better than spending an hour of your time with us.
 
Rocks in the Outfield is a weekly podcast about the Anaheim Angels baseball club and baseball fans alike. The show is hosted by Max and Carl, two big local Angels fans. As they keep the fans up to date on everything they need to know about the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. #RITOF will feature guest appearances such as: fellow Angel fans, friends, ex and current players and so much more! Subscribe, rate 5 stars, retweet and tell a friend to look out for weekly episodes starting late February ...
 
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The Lakers face the Bucks in Milwaukee to kick off a 7 game road trip - how important of a game is it? Mark Medina joins us to talk Lakers, Clippers and the Nets' big 3 who lost their first game together. We also hear from new Chargers head coach, Brandon StaleyBy Rodney Peete and Fred Roggin
 
George Springer left the Astros for a big money deal in Toronto. The Dodgers have some great young players that they need to make decisions on soon as well - how will they handle it? Vinny Bonsignore hops on to talk about the controversy surrounding Jared Goff and Sean McVays relationship, as well as Brandon Staley taking the Chargers head coaching…
 
Over the past 20 years, the field of positive psychology has grown from a fledgling idea to a worldwide movement. Positive psychology is the scientific study of the strengths that enable individuals and communities to thrive. Former APA president Martin Seligman, PhD, a professor of psychology at the University of Pennsylvania and the founder of po…
 
The Rams are going big game hunting for their new defensive coordinator. A Dodger legend passed away. Kyrie Irving is back with the Nets. Rob Wigod, the commissioner of the CIF Southern Section, joins us after the CIF decided to cancel football and other fall sports championships.By Rodney Peete and Fred Roggin
 
It's time to clobber the Clobberers! Did you know there are scriptures that affirm non-normative sexuality? Give your pastor something to think about as we examine non-hetero Bible characters. Plus, Jared Byas, author of Love Matters More: How Fighting to Be Right Keeps Us from Loving Like Jesus, is our Heretic of the Week!…
 
Is Kyrie Irving on the verge of returning to the Nets? James Hardens' Houston restaurant is getting bad reviews - and its not even open for business yet. Vinny Bonsignore joins us to breakdown Rams-Packers and the rest of divisional playoff weekend in the NFL.By Rodney Peete and Fred Roggin
 
Rob Parker hops on to debate/discuss Lebron being complicit on Harden forcing his way to the Nets, the Chargers' coaching search and more. We also continue our discussion on Jared Goff as he leads the Rams into Green Bay this weekend. Former Angels broadcaster, Victor Rojas, joins us.By Rodney Peete and Fred Roggin
 
Lebron James and Dennis Schroeder had a 100 dollar bet at the expense of James Harden and the Rockets. With Harden being sent home and likely being traded soon + Kyrie Irving AWOL with the Nets, are they cautionary tales of what happens when you empower star athletes? David Vassegh hops on to talk about the Dodgers' interest (or lack therof) in Cor…
 
This past year, COVID-19 and the U.S. elections have provided fertile ground for conspiracy theories—with sometimes disastrous consequences. Karen Douglas, PhD, of the University of Kent in the United Kingdom, discusses psychological research on how conspiracy theories start, why they persist, who is most likely to believe them and whether there is…
 
Bill Plaschke joins us to talk Rams-Packers and about Tommy Lasorda who he collaborated with on a book a few years ago. Believe it or not, the Dodgers are one of the best teams in MLB when it comes to investing in their bullpen. What can USC do to reach the level of Nick Saban's Alabama program?By Rodney Peete and Fred Roggin
 
Michael Grady, courtside reporter for the YES network joins the NBA Hang Time podcast to talk about the dynamic duo of Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant. Michael sheds light on Kyrie’s “personal leave”, the depth of the Nets bench and how they need to improve defensively if they hope to go deep in the playoffs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy i…
 
The Rams won their wildcard game in Seattle as Jared Goff came off the bench to replace the injured John Wolford. Bill Oram joins us after the Lakers beat the Rockets in Houston on Sunday. Kawhi Leonard balled out on Sunday after he and Paul George called out the Clippers for a lackluster 2nd half against Golden State on Friday…
 
John and Jared discuss the difference between how you think your Chinese sounds vs how it really sounds. Surprise surprise, there is a difference! John takes us through an academic paper to tell you which tones you should prioritize to make yourself understood more clearly. Guest interview is with Linda Yi, creator of Panda Cub stories and a herita…
 
Dodger broadcaster and former Dodger player, Rick Monday joins the show to talk about the life and legacy of Tommy Lasorda. Dodgers 3rd base coach, Dino Ebel, also comes on to share his stories and experiences with Tommy. Vic The Brick signs us off with a very special haikuBy Rodney Peete and Fred Roggin
 
Are the Mets a legit threat in the NL after acquiring Francisco Lindor and Carlos Carrasco. Should Tom Telesco be on the hot seat for the Chargers? Bill Plaschke hops on to debate why he feels John Wolford should start for the Rams instead of Jared GoffBy Rodney Peete and Fred Roggin
 
Ned Colletti joins us to discuss the Dodgers' off-season and the Mets acquiring Francisco Lindor and Carlos Carrasco. Would the Lakers even entertain the idea of trading Montrezl Harrell at the trade deadline? Ryan Abraham joins us to talk about USC signing the top recruit in the 2021 class and re-shuffling their coaching staff…
 
Lebron and Anthony Davis are a bit banged up and we discuss whether the Lakers should rest them on back to backs in order to preserve them for a playoff run. Meanwhile, Kawhi Leonard says he feels great and plans on playing in back to backs fairly often this season for the Clippers. Mark Medina from USA Today joins us.…
 
Los Angeles Spark and NBA on TNT analyst Candace Parker joins the Hang Time podcast to discuss the justice movement the WNBA is driving forward. Candace shares her thoughts on how Becky Hammon served as the first woman head coach for the San Antonio Spurs, how the WNBA is the "majority of the minority in this country" and the evolution of the game.…
 
The Lakers nearly blew a 7 point lead in the final seconds to Memphis last night but held on for the win. The Clippers overcame a 30 point deficit and nearly came back to beat the Spurs. Whats with all of the blowouts in the NBA so far? David Vassegh hops on to talk about the Dodgers re-signing Blake Treinen and more.…
 
Many of us are brimming with good intentions right now, determined to eat more healthily, get organized or fulfill our other New Year’s resolutions. But by February we’ll have reverted back to our old ways. Why is it so difficult to make these lasting behavioral changes? Wendy Wood, PhD, of the University of Southern California, discusses the resea…
 
Vinny Bonsignore joins us to talk about the Goff-Wolford controversey for the Rams playoff game. He also discusses the Chargers head coaching search and the Raiders' search for a new defensive coordinator. Also, we discuss whether Lebron should load manage this season.By Rodney Peete and Fred Roggin
 
It's clobberin' time! The heretics dismantle the Bible verses used to bludgeon the LGBTQ+ community to scare them into going straight. Plus, Alexander John Shaia, author of Radical Transformation, is our Heretic of the Week! Show Links: Katy's Course: Finding the Perfect Church for You Keith's Course: Square 1…
 
Logan Murdock of The Ringer kicks off the 2021 Hang Time podcast with his initial reaction to Stephen Curry’s career high 62 points. Logan touches on how social media pressured Steph into such an incredible performance, how the rise of social media plays into the spontaneity of basketball and the importance of players utilizing their platform for s…
 
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