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Comedian Bob Bledsoe sits down with actors Kyle Kaplan of "10 Things I Hate About You" on ABC Family and Josh Sussman of the Fox show "Glee". http://www.theprogramshow.com Starring Bob Bledsoe, Josh Sussman, Kyle Kaplan Written & Directed by Bob Bledsoe
8 Apr 2010
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Bob Bledsoe and his revelations about fish. Also, where he got his pet fish.
13 Oct 2010
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There are still Vikings roaming the Midwest!
14 Jul 2013
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All the information for the interview is at the end of the video... You can also check out my account on Myspace in the videos section under Fiend.ish Thi[ng] or go directly to www.myspace.com/sweetxmanipulation
26 Mar 2009
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To Robert, the streets were "safer" than his violent childhood home. He became a drug addict and dealer, and wound up in juvenile detention. His mother's prayers shielded him. .. The Christian Broadcasting Network CBN http://www.cbn.com
27 Apr 2009
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To Robert, the streets were "safer" than his violent childhood home. He became a drug addict and dealer, and wound up in juvenile detention. His mother's prayers shielded him. .. The Christian Broadcasting Network CBN http://www.cbn.com
27 Apr 2009
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I love those girls with the Midwestern accents!
3 Mar 2010
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I love those girls with the Midwestern accents!
12 Mar 2010
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I love those girls with the Midwestern accents!
30 Mar 2011
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Some pretty unfair fights go down in the UFC.
18 Aug 2011
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Fresh off the set of Crossing Jordan, Miguel Ferrer takes on the character of Jonas Bledsoe on NBCs highly touted show, Bionic Woman. Who is Jonas Blesoe? According to the official bio, Jonas was born in Chicago, IL to a father who was prominent on the Chicago Board of Trade, but he was primarily raised by his mother after his father died of a massive coronary. Jonas attended West Point Military Academy and spent the next 25 years in military service, rising to the rank of Colonel before he was forced to retire after revealing his view of World War III scenarios to Congress and the Pentagon. After that, Jonas founded a company to develop bio-military weapons privately and without governmental influence. Jonas is passionately committed to his work, which he does with unknown sources of funding.
26 Sep 2007
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More at http://www.theuptake.org Wayne Bledsoe is entering the field of politics pretty much the same way he did of radio, out of necessity and without a lot of experience. He started as the host of "Bluegrass For Saturday Night" on public radio station KMST as a volunteer fill-in when the former host took another job. When he started hosting, Wayne said "the sum total of my radio skills consisted of knowing how to turn a radio on and off". He's still hosting the show which is now the "gold standard" among bluegrass music, has won a wall full of awards, and is considered a legend among bluegrass fans. Now retired from his day job, Wayne has decided to run for political office because "I have to". He's running as a Democrat for State Representative in one of the most Republican counties in Missouri. In this episode of "Left In The Ozarks" Richard Hall talks to the man who decided to be a blue(grass) candidate in a red county.
10 Mar 2008
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More at http://www.theuptake.org So often you hear about how negative politics and campaigning can be. But it can also be fun and create great memories. The UpTake’s Richard Hall is following Wayne Bledsoe a candidate running for the Missouri legislature. In this episode of “Left In The Ozarks” Richard finds himself and Wayne in the middle of a St. Patrick’s Day parade steeped in 100 years of tradition and campaign memories.
29 Mar 2008
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Monday, July 7th. Aimee Carlson talks to Matt Bledsoe and Troy Hitch, the creators of the internet sensation and Webby award-winning series "You Suck At Photoshop." Thankfully, they don't suck at Lunchbox.
8 Jul 2008
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What do Steve Young, Earvin (Magic) Johnson, Drew Bledsoe, David Robinson and Ronnie Lott have in common? They're all professional athletes turned private equity investors. In The Deal's video conversation, former NFL quarterback Young talks about the "entrepreneurial spirit of football," the pressure of following in the footsteps of four-time Super Bowl winner Joe Montana and why quarterbacks make good PE investors. Young's football prowess is legendary. He was named the most valuable player of Super Bowl XXIX in 1995, when he led the San Francisco 49ers to victory. These days, Young is the managing director of Huntsman Gay Global Capital LLC, a Palo Alto, Calif., private equity firm that closed a $1.1 billion private equity fund earlier this year. Far from the stereotypical dumb jock, Young earned a law degree, previously co-founded a PE firm called Sorenson Capital and founded a charity for children called the Forever Young Foundation. Oh, and he's also a talented public speaker, as those of us who attended The Deal Economy 2010 conference in New York last week witnessed. Click here for more on Young's remarks there. Subscribers to The Deal Pipeline may read more about Huntsman Gay here. Watch the video below or download it on iTunes. - Mary Kathleen Flynn
25 Nov 2009
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Bob Bledsoe tries to wish everyone a happy Easter before Tony Moser makes it awkward. http://www.theprogramshow.com
8 Apr 2010
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