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Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Stan Zabka

Stan Zabka


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Razz Ma Tazz: My Life in Music, Television and Film

RAZZ MA TAZZ My Life in Music, Television and Film A Memoire By Stan Zabka From a Depression era home with a rich family heritage emerges a man whose music career, though interrupted by service in two wars, is seasoned to serve in the entertainment industry. His successes and failures, ups and downs, take him from obscurity to the limelight. His music and recordings still captivates millions. “In Razz Ma Tazz, Stan Zabka gives us a glimpse into a very specialized corner of the greatest generation’s journey. Surviving the Great Depression and WWII, Stan immersed himself in the fragile fields of broadcasting popular music, and movies ---seemingly all at the same time. Never a star but always a player, Stan shows us a world few have seen and adds the perspective of an ultimate insider.” Nick Clooney Distinguished Journalist in Residence The Newseum, Washington, D.C. Stan Zabka writes from his heart about his roots, a model mother and a distant father, along with eleven brothers and sisters. He and seven of his brothers served in World War II. Finishing college, he began his songwriting career in New York as a Page Boy with NBC. Just as his first song was published, he joined an NBC Psychological Warfare bound for Europe during Korea War and the Cold War with Russia. A civilian once again, Zabka traveled with the Johnny Long Orchestra as vocalist before rejoining NBC as an associate television director. During a quarter century with the network, Zabka created themes for its Peabody and Christopher Award-winning shows, notably Chimes, the original “Tonight Show” and “NBC Sports” themes. He holds an Emmy as a television director, a film producer Oscar nomination, and three coveted music awards from the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP). In 2007, the American Forces Network (AFN) honored the noted composer by labeling his first published song, Christmas Eve in My Home Town, “The Soldier’s Christmas Song.” An octogenarian, still going strong as a lecturer, Zabka entertains senior citizens on a regular basis at retirement homes and assisted living venues. Veteran broadcaster Tom Foty hails Razz Ma Tazz as “a warm and engaging biography of real family values and sprinkled with entertaining showbiz tidbits--- from the inner working of the music business and the early days of network television to Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show and later films of Clint Eastwood ---all to the beat of a parade of song titles so important to the life of my friend.”
Date Recorded: 2/20/2014
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Monday, May 30, 2016

Dave Pounder

Dave Pounder


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Obscene Thoughts: A Pornographer's Perspective on Sex, Love, and Dating

Esteemed pornographer Dave Pounder has produced, directed, and performed in adult films for over a decade, with over one hundred titles to his credit. He holds a bachelors degree in finance from Michigan State University and a masters degree in information management from Arizona State University. He has studied media economics and human sexuality at Indiana University and was accepted into the doctoral program at Concordia University, in Montreal, to study the mainstream consumption of pornography under the tutelage of evolutionary psychologist Dr. Gad Saad. Pounder has lectured on the topic of adult entertainment at several policy and academic institutions, including Indiana University, UCLA, and Emory University. He currently lives in Boca Raton, Florida.
Date Recorded: 2/21/2014
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Sunday, May 29, 2016

Johnny Wore Black

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Saturday, May 28, 2016

Sweet Diezel Jenkins

Sweet Diezel Jenkins


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New Music

Taking hits from today and yesterday, adding a heavy hand of the backyard feel good party vibe with a dash of gritty bump & grind smokey goodness.

Date Recorded: 2/21/2014
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Friday, May 27, 2016

Gary Brongas

Gary Bronga


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President of Clipeze Worldwide Inc, a Florida Corporation Started his successful business in his bedroom with a computer and $500.00 now yielding over 3 million products sold to date. Author of “Bringing a Product to Market from Home: with $500.00 and an Idea you can Make Millions” Guest Speaker on being an Entrepreneur Mentor to millions of entrepreneur’s around the world Frequent guest on top rated TV and radio shows around the US For more information visit http://garybronga.com or http://clipeze.com
Date Recorded: Every Friday LIVE
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Thursday, May 26, 2016

TheStillwinter

The Stillwinter


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CD

The Stillwinter is a five-piece band out of Redlands, California. Their brand of alternative rock has its roots in pop punk but with dual guitars and piano/synthesizers that adds a twist of dance rock to their sound, which has been likened to a mix of Panic! At The Disco, Blink 182, The Used, Paramore and My Chemical Romance. Founded in late 2011 by frontman Kelly Tittor and guitarist Cameron Terry, The Stillwinter has always centered around telling stories of life, love and loss. Over the last 3 years, The Stillwinter has molded the music into a set that has audiences singing along, dancing and even headbanging by the end of the show. Some of The Stillwinter's more notable shows and accomplishments include playing at House of Blues in Downtown Disney (multiple times), opening for world famous, rock veterans Rufio, Eve 6, Unwritten Law, Voodoo Glow Skulls, Reel Big Fish, Adema and having their music aired on multiple college radios including X103.9 FM as well as having played live in the world famous Warped Tour 2013. The Stillwinter promises to deliver on the high expectations these hard working musicians have set for themselves while staying true to their philosophy that reaching millions with their music is more important than making millions with it.

Date Recorded: 2/21/2014
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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

DR. GOLOMEBK:

DR. GOLOMEBK:


Sergio G. Golombek, MD, MPH, FAAP: Biography Sergio G. Golombek, MD, MPH, FAAP is a Professor of Pediatrics and Clinical Public Health at the New York Medical College and an Attending Neonatologist at Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital at Westchester Medical Center, in Valhalla, NY. Dr. Golombek received his medical degree from the University of Buenos Aires School of Medicine in Argentina. After training in pediatrics and neonatology in Argentina, he moved to the U.S., where he completed a pediatric residency at the R. Blank Memorial Hospital for Children at Iowa Methodist Medical Center in Des Moines, IA, followed by a Fellowship in Neonatal-Perinatal medicine at The Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, MO. He is Board Certified in Pediatrics and Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine. He is an active member of the Argentine Society of Pediatrics, the Iberoamerican Society of Neonatology and the American Academy of Pediatrics. He is a member of the Society for Pediatric Research, and the Past-President of the New York Perinatal Society. He received in 2004 his MPH (International Health) from the School of Public Health at New York Medical College. Dr. Golombek has served as principal investigator on several trials, including the NIH-sponsored trial, “Use of low dose inhaled nitric oxide for the prevention and treatment of chronic lung disease in preterm infants,” and a pilot study of thyroid hormone supplementation for transient hypothyroxinemia of prematurity. He has received the Physician Recognition Award from the American Medical Association since 1993, was included in Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare, Millennium Edition (2000), and is listed in Guide to America’s Top Pediatricians and Who’s Who in American Education. Dr. Golombek has published multiple articles on the treatment of transient hypothyroxinemia of prematurity, RSV prophylaxis, cardiac failure in newborns, and the effects of surfactant treatment on gas exchange and the clinical course in near-term newborns with RDS. Additionally, he has edited and contributed chapters to Augusto Sola’s textbook Special Care of the Fetus and Newborn: Physiopathology and Therapeutics and to the 6th Edition of Neonatology: Pathophysiology and Management of the Newborn, including “Principles of respiratory care and strategies for management.” He has been an invited Professor, lecturing around the U.S. and in most of the countries in Latin America over the past several years. Kimberly Sutherland : Biography Kimberly Sutherland is no stranger to the challenges of caring for a premature baby. Her son, Mason, was born at 28 weeks gestational age at just 2 lbs., 4 oz. and 14 inches long. He spent three weeks in the neonatal intensive care unit, and six weeks in the preemie nursery. Mason was born with chronic lung disease, and for a total of seven weeks, needed oxygen. Through conversations with Mason’s doctors and nurses, Kimberly quickly learned that prematurity disrupts a baby’s development in the womb, often stunting the growth of some of the body’s most critical organs. She learned that because of this, preemies are more susceptible to a variety of medical problems as infants, including jaundice and difficulties with breathing, feeding and maintaining temperature. Kimberly took every precaution to protect her fragile baby, especially after learning about respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) from a nurse in the hospital. After hearing about how dangerous this highly contagious virus can be for preemies, she took a number of proactive safety measures, such as: avoiding taking Mason to crowded places; making sure everyone who entered the house washed their hands frequently; sanitizing items constantly; ensuring she and her husband received flu shots; and limiting Mason’s contact with outside visitors. Luckily, Mason did not contract RSV. While Kimberly and her family still take every precaution possible to ensure Mason stays healthy, Mason is now an energetic and happy six-year-old. Kimberly wishes to spread the word about how parents and parents-to-be can learn about keeping their preemie healthy. Kimberly lives with her husband and Mason in Westchester, NY.
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Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Michael Connelly

Michael Connelly


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FLYING THE UNFRIENDLY SKIES: U.S. Law Enforcement Operating Drones Over Citizens

Michael Connelly is a constitutional attorney, U.S. Army veteran and executive director of The United States Justice Foundation (USJF). Mr. Connelly received his Juris Doctorate degree from Louisiana State University in 1973, practiced law in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, for 26 years and currently lives in Dallas, Texas. He specialized in Constitutional law during his practice and handled cases involving the 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 9th, and 10th Amendments to the Constitution. He has taught law courses on the Internet and is currently teaching a course on the Bill of Rights. He is also a freelance writer and the author of four books, The Mortarmen, a book about his father’s unit during WW II, Riders in the Sky: The Ghosts and Legends of Philmont Scout Ranch, a patriotic novel, Amayehli: A Story of America, and America’s Liveliest Ghosts. He also has a weekly radio show on the Internet called “Our Constitution” and has recently published a pocket-sized booklet by the same name that takes every article, section and amendment to the Constitution and details what they actually mean. It’s available at his Constitutional Law Alliance website.
Date Recorded: 2/28/2013
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Monday, May 23, 2016

Dr. Friedmann

Dr. Friedmann


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“Band-Aid Treatments” Ignore Cause

▪ World's Top Expert In Holistic Medicine ▪ World Renowned Authority On Health And Healing ▪ Board Certified Medical Doctor ▪ M.D. Degree In Homeopathy ▪ Founding Member Of The American Holistic Medical Association ▪ Member Of The American Medical Association ▪ Member Of The American College for Advancement of Medicine ▪ Former Board Member of The Arizona Homeopathic Medical Association ▪ Author of Several Books Including: The Man Who Walked With Jesus, Freedom Through Health, and Ascension of The New Earth and Mankind: Events of the Year 2012 and Beyond For more information on Dr. Friedmann, visit: http://www.drfriedmannessentialoils.com/
Date Recorded: 2/21/2014
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Sunday, May 22, 2016

Galaxy

Galaxy


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New Music

Im teenager from upstate new York with a microphone and a dream. enough said
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Saturday, May 21, 2016

2/21/2014

2/21/2015 Jiggy Jaguar Radio Show





Date Recorded: 2/21/2015 Jiggy Jaguar Radio Show




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Friday, May 20, 2016

Joe Crummy NEW book

Joe Crummy


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NEW book

This book is about Time, and what it means to you in the long run. It's also about losing someone you love, and wondering why there are mosquitos. Nothing against God, but a growing number of people want to know where they stand in this Universe. Up until now, a lot's been resting on the shoulders of God's son, Jesus who showed up once and tried to straighten everything out. But stubborn doubts remain. If God cares so much, then why are there so many idiots in charge? And why does everybody have to end up as a doddering old geezer? Meanwhile, we've been slowly figuring out the Universe. The mechanics of its operation, the way it works suggest startling things about who you are and why you are here. I'll bet you'd like to know more, but first, a question. "Do you want fries with your God?" My process of discovery actually began with a fast food commercial I saw on TV. I'll explain in a moment, but right now it's all about you. Buy this book!
Date Recorded: 2/21/2014
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Thursday, May 19, 2016

Debbie Grahl

Debby Grahl


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Debut Novel: The Silver Crescent

Author Bio: Debby Grahl lives on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, with her husband, David, and their cat, Tigger. She enjoys traveling, walking on the beach and a glass of wine at sunset. She’s a history buff who also enjoys reading murder mysteries, time travel, and romance. Visually impaired from childhood by Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP), she uses screen-reading software to research and write her books. Debby belongs to RWA, Florida Romance Writers, Hearts Across History, and Lowcountry Romance Writers.
Date Recorded: 2/19/2014
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Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Tina Wade

Faith Based Children's Books Author Tina N. Wade

Hosted by: Diandra
Title: Featured Guest Author Tina N Wade
Time: 02/07/2014 06:30 PM EST
Episode Notes: Tina N. Wades mission is to create books that teach positive messages and entertain at the same time. A Mom, Motivational Speaker, Corporate Consultant, Tina Tina N. Wade is a highly sought after keynote and motivational speaker. Whether talking to an audience of children, students or Fortune 500 executives, she is a dynamic speaker who inspires and motivates others to see themselves and their circumstances in a positive new light. She facilitates workshops on issues ranging from leadership, self-empowerment, self-development, self-confidence and esteem, and skills necessary to excel! Her speaking talents have made her a sought after favorite as both a host and expert, and have created a significant interest in her speaking services and books. As an internal and external consultant to Fortune 500 companies and youth programs, Tina N. Wade provided executive coaching, training and strategic organizational development consulting in areas including leadership development, conflict resolution, mediation, performance management, diversity, talent management, career management, mentoring, and employee relations. Tina Wade has provided client services to companies such as Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, Veterans Affairs, and other Federal Government Agencies. Tina N. Wade has her B.S. from Indiana State University, is a certified Senior Human Resource Professional, Certified Mediator, and is also DISC and Myers Briggs certified. 

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

R Cunningham,

R. Cunningham


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New Book

About Selig & Associates:
Selig & Associates represents Individuals, Estates, Businesses and Professional Practices before the Internal Revenue Service and all Tri-State Taxing Authorities. This representation includes Business, Payroll and Sales Tax Issues: Large Dollar Tax Controversies: Amicable and Contentious Divorce Situations where one spouse is liable for the tax obligations of the other.



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Edward L. Brownlee, Author of Rapture Factor on America

Edward L. Brownlee, Author of Rapture Factor on America


Edward L. Brownlee, Minister and Evangelist, Author of Rapture Factor on America, believes that the Rapture is coming. As an expert on the Bible and Biblical prophecies, Edward believes that the United States was set on course for a divine purpose from God and that God allowed the United States to become a nation for several reasons. His book, Rapture Factor on America, brings out those reasons and the reasons for the coming demise of the United States in the world. An interview about Biblical Prophecies with Edward will help your listeners learn and discover the factors behind the changes that are coming because of the rapture of the church in the United States. They will also learn why the United States will survive as a nation in the end and be allowed to enter the millennial reign of Christ Jesus upon the earth.
Date Recorded: 2/20/2014
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Monday, May 16, 2016

Dr Kitchens

Dr. Kitchens is an ophthalmologist and retina specialist with Retina Associates of Kentucky in Lexington. He focuses on the medical and surgical management of diseases of the retina. His interests include angiogenesis, innovations in retinal imaging and ocular trauma. He is also president-elect of the Kentucky Academy of Eye Physicians and Surgeons and has served as PAC chair and as treasurer for the organization. Dr. Kitchens is an investigator for multiple clinical trials on age-related macular degeneration (AMD), diabetic retinopathy, retinal vascular occlusive disease, ocular histoplasmosis syndrome and visual rehabilitation. He has written papers and given presentations on topics including ocular imaging, macular holes, ocular histoplasmosis, AMD and innovations in surgical techniques and instrumentation. He is an editor for the website Medrounds and a co-founder of Convene, LLC. Previously, he was the retina section editor for OphthalmologyWeb and co-editor of Ophthalmology Times' Grand Rounds. Dr. Kitchens won first place in the Bloomberg Resident Cataract Video Competition sponsored by the American College of Eye Surgeons in 2003 and was given the Rhett Buckler Award for outstanding surgical video presentations at the 2008 and 2009 annual meetings of the American Society of Retina Specialists. He graduated with honors from the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis. His ophthalmology residency was at the University of Iowa Department of Ophthalmology in Iowa City. He completed a retina fellowship at Bascom Palmer Eye Institute in Miami. He then served as chief resident, instructor of ophthalmology and director of the trauma service at the Bascom Palmer.

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Sunday, May 15, 2016

Aeb

Aeb

With her music reverberating from coast to coast, jazz festivals to gritty pubs to all night fire parties on downtown LA rooftops, Adrienne “Aeb” Byrne’s adventurous spirit has made songs of life experience backed by years of classical and jazz training. Her sound is equal parts Fiona Apple, Joss Stone and Tori Amos filtered through Byrne’s dark and moody Jazz fusion. Growing up in the rowdy University town of State College, Pennsylvania--Aeb’s professional experience started at age 13 playing in her father’s (jazz musician Eli Byrne) many projects, alongside contemporary jazz greats Duane Eubanks, Ronnie Burrage, and Sid Simmons. Trained on the keys and a wicked jazz flute--Aeb played with men forty years her senior and held her ground, where she learned the ins and outs of playing with a band and honed her razor sharp sound and swagger. While the member of many jazz bands and teaching the next generation of musicians as a private tutor--Aeb jumped headfirst into the world of rock and roll with her most popular band, The Nightcrawlers, one of Pennsylvania’s biggest college acts in early 2000’s--combining classic rock with world music. The Nightcrawlers were Penn State University’s most popular band for several years, and the group toured the Northeast, playing over a hundred shows a year. The band released an album that met with both commercial and critical success, described by Pennsylvania Musician Magazine as “brimming with virtuosity...” In 2008, Aeb relocated to Los Angeles, where she currently tours Southern California performing her rock and jazz flavored brand of singer-songwriter tunes. She share’s her lifelong love of music by tutoring the region’s most talented youth in between shows everywhere from famous Viper Room to the world-renowned State Theatre. Whether solo or as part of a band, Aeb thrives in front of a live audience, drawing listeners into her world with an honest, soulful delivery and lyrics that are at once personal and universal.
Date Recorded: 2/19/2014
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Legal Logic

Mark Becker-Legal Logic


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Legal Logic

Guest Bio: Mark E. Becker is a lawyer, certified mediator, political mediator and author. Mark was one of the first certified mediators in the state of Florida and has successfully help resolve more than 5,000 cases. Mark consulted with politicians on high profile issues, worked in the same Florida courthouse that determined the 2000 presidential election, had his shoes shined with Vice-President Joe Biden, spoke candidly with Senator Elizabeth Dole, accidently stepped on Jesse Jackson’s shoes, and had lunch next to Florida Governor Jeb Bush during 9/11 as his brother, the president, was in Sarasota Florida reading stories to elementary children. In fact, he borrowed the title for his first political thriller, “At Risk of Winning,” from Ron Paul’s wife. Mark is not a member of any political party, and you will never see any reference to party politics in his books, during mediation, or while he commentates. Mark believes that, as with any dispute with two contentious parties, the democrats and republicans could benefit greatly from solution-oriented mediation. About the Books: Mark has taken his approach to mediation and created a character who exemplifies the qualities that he believes people should seek when deciding to cast their vote in elections. Mark’s main Character, Max Masterson is a guy who isn’t a politician, who happens to be running for President of the United States. He isn’t a member of any political party, and he doesn’t make speeches. In fact, Max doesn’t do anything like traditional politicians, and that’s why the Washington establishment is trying to kill him.
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Saturday, May 14, 2016

Clean TV

Jerry McGlothlin


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CAN VIRAL VIDEOS RETURN US TO MORAL SANITY? Obama: False Hope False Messiah: Over a Million Views; What is a Polar Vortex? Hillary 2016

ABOUT JERRY MCGLOTHLIN… Jerry McGlothlin (pictured with his wife Christy) is President of Special Guests, Inc. and its television division, CleanTV and its YouTube site at: http://www.youtube.com/cleantvcom As a talk show agent for 25 years, Gerald McGlothlin has provided expert guests to a wide variety of programs shows including Oprah, The Today Show, Good Morning America, Jay Leno, Rush Limbaugh, Michael Savage and Bill O'Reilly. Jerry has worked with numerous celebrities including Barbara Walters and one of his personal favorite clients, the late great Ed McMahon, who Jerry personally placed on many dozen talk shows as a guest. Jerry lived in South Africa for a short but historic time during the first free elections of South Africa but supported Dr. Buthelezi of the Zulus and opposed Nelson Mandela of the Xhosa tribe. Jerry brought in election advisors into Natal (2nd largest Provence in So. Africa) and raised the finances to help wage a campaign against Mandela in Natal, and won by 20%, leading to Dr. Buthelezi being given a high position in the new South Africa. Jerry McGlothlin's articles and editorials published in newspapers including USA Today, The Chicago Tribune, and The Washington Time, Jerry has also been featured as the topic of articles in the newspapers including The Washington Post and The New York Times. Mr. McGlothlin is also a news anchorman for Today’s News, an international television news broadcast on CleanTV. Watch a sample of 24-hour CleanTV programming at: http://cleantv.com/Web/CleanTVChannelDemo.aspx Jerry stays quite active between public speaking and running two media companies and has nine children and is working on having more. Ah, a labor of love...
Date Recorded: 1/16/2014
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Friday, May 13, 2016

Rich Okumoto

Rich Okumoto


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Keys to the Future: Exposed

In the spring of 1970 I saw two shooting stars. Upon the first I wished for success in business. Upon seeing the second I wished to be a writer and an educator. Upon the death of both parents, 14 months apart, I decided that it was time to realize my second wish. In 2006, while recovering from reconstructive neck surgery, I found my uncluttered time un-nerving. Months passed and my tension vanished. Three things happened: I slowed down and began to embrace thinking, I fell into a daily rhythm, and I became comfortable with fewer things in my life. It may have been an anesthetic induced calm, but it felt like I was floating and smiling all the time. In 2007, after a one year recovery period I made the decision to never return to a full-time corporate position. I tried consulting for a while, but found no satisfaction in the work. By chance in 2008 I was asked to develop a strategy course for the Lucas Graduate School of Business at SJSU. I was then asked to teach the class. I found my heart in teaching and mentoring. It was difficult, but natural. Teaching and mentoring provided a platform for me to chat, share ideas, and write papers for classroom use. To improve my skills I applied to and was accepted at Gonzaga University. For two years I attended the university on a full-time basis – receiving my Master’s degree in Communication and Leadership in December 2011. While attending Gonzaga University SJSU granted me two additional MBA classes to teach (both in strategy and one class is the capstone course). I was also asked to help develop a Financial Literacy course for undergraduate students. Although I had an accounting degree and had worked in corporate finance for many years; I went back to school for 1,000 hours of study to complete my Certificate in Personal Financial Planning and received my Registered Financial Consultant (RFC ®) designation. This qualified me to teach the class. This was the first Area-E Personal Financial Education class at SJSU. As a service learning project I combined this class with financial education training sessions in the underserved East side of San Jose. CommUniverCity, a collaborative community organization, facilitated my activities. I am currently developing one of the first MOOCs at SJSU using my Personal Financial Education class as the pilot. It will be launched in the 2014 Spring Semester. For my work at SJSU the students and faculty granted me Master Teacher status in 2011 and 2012. Ironically, I feel that I am not doing enough. As an instructor and a Board member I continue my teaching and mentoring work in both the academic and corporate environments. To Accelerate-Time-to-Knowledge I am building and will soon launch the Dot University© (#DotU). R.Y. Okumoto

Date Recorded: 2/14/2015
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Thursday, May 12, 2016

P Brown

Patricia Brown


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The Truth about Book Publishing and Book Publicity

Criminal Profiler Pat Brown Pat Brown is a nationally known criminal profiler and television commentator. She is the CEO of The Sexual Homicide Exchange (www.SHEprofilers.com) and president of The Pat Brown Criminal Profiling Agency (www.patbrownprofiling.com). Through the Sexual Homicide Exchange, she provides pro bono cold case profiling and training for law enforcement and she works privately for families, attorneys, and the media throught her own agency. Pat Brown is the author of Killing for Sport: Inside the Minds of Serial Killers (Phoenix Books) and her new book, The Profiler: My Life Hunting Serial Killers and Psychopaths (Hyperian Voice) will be out in May 2010. Having made over one thousand television and radio appearances in the United States and worldwide, Pat Brown is well known for her crime commentary and for her profiling and forensic analysis. She can be seen regularly

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Guest Opportunity: Frank Vernuccio - National Expert on Policy & Government Affairs


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Meet Frank Vernuccio

Editor-in-Chief of the NY Analysis of Policy & Government, covering both national & international matters
Co-host of the radio program, "And Nothing But The Truth"
Columnist for several newspapers and web news services
Former member of both Republican and Democrat administrations in New York State, including running the Manhattan Workers Compensation Board in the aftermath of 9/11
President of COMACTA


Date Recorded: 8/12/2012
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Last week, the streets of the Ukraine ran wet with the blood of those who seek to keep their nation free from the Kremlin’s clutches. Japan and the Philippines anxiously await the latest Chinese aggression. The people of Israel feel a sense of dread not equaled since the defeat of Nazi Germany. The Taliban is preparing to retake Afghanistan, and al Qaeda controls more territory than ever in the Middle East. Moscow is violating arms agreements without any serious discussion of penalty from the White House, as Putin develops a military even more powerful than it possessed during the Cold War. China has devoted its vast riches to the construction of an armed force larger in size than any other nations’, with high-tech weapons that in many cases surpass our own. In North Korea, people are subjected to a level of atrocities not seen since the concentration camps of the 1940s, as their government continues to rapidly build nuclear weapons and ICBMS capable of delivering them to American soil. Parts of Latin America are suffering under despotic regimes that repress their own citizens and openly call the United States their enemy. These governments have opened their doors to the military's and intelligence services of Iran, China, and Russia. Several nations that formerly were allied in interest with Washington, such as Egypt and Turkey, are now looking towards America’s enemies for arms deals. As the planet becomes far more dangerous, the U.S. military continues to shrink. While all this occurs, Secretary of State John Kerry proclaims that global warming is his main concern. The time has long passed for highly important and urgently appropriate questions about the Obama Administration’s foreign policy strategy and goals, as well as its vision of America’s international role to be asked. There are two salient issues involved. The first is the incredible deterioration of international relations during Obama’s tenure. The second is the complete failure of the President to share with the American people his worldview. The United States is supposed to be a government of, by, and for the people. Despite that, since his election, Mr. Obama has avoided his responsibility to discuss his international objectives and plans with his constituency. He has commented about foreign affairs far less, in speeches, press conferences, and state of the union addresses than his predecessor. There are serious questions about the priorities and competency of a President who rushes to ouster an Egyptian regime that was friendly to the U.S., and a Libyan regime that was fighting al Qaeda as are we, but does nothing of substance to assist Iranian dissidents who are seeking to reform the vile Tehran government, or to assist Cuban political prisoners, or those seeking to restore democracy in Venezuela, or Ukrainians courageously seeking to avoid a Kremlin takeover. His actions in opening negotiations with the Taliban are against America’s long standing policy of not negotiating with terrorists. As human rights violations ring the globe, where is America, the nation that has always been the leading champion of freedom? Why does the current Administration continue to move closer to nations like Russia and China, chronic opponents of human rights, while distancing free nations and solid friends such as Israel, Japan, the Philippines, and Europe? Doubtless, the Administration and its defenders in the Senate and the media will view these questions as partisan attacks on Mr. Obama. But when did it become partisan to simply ask the President, especially in the wake of an extraordinary deterioration in America’s global position, what his plans are? When did it become partisan to ask why journalists seeking information about international issues were wiretapped? Why did the State Department of Hillary Clinton move to prevent key figures from testifying to Congress about what actually happened in Benghazi? This isn’t about being for or against the President. It’s a clear recognition of the facts on the ground, undeniable facts that under Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and John Kerry, America has been dramatically weakened, our allies endangered, our enemies emboldened. It’s about seeking an explanation of why this Administration has alienated nations like the United Kingdom, which has been our steadfast ally for over a century. It’s about an almost total lack of communications from the Oval Office of the President, or the State Department under Hillary Clinton and John Kerry about what direction they are steering this nation in, and why, after the drastic reduction in America’s safety and standing, there has been no discussion of this Administration’s motives and what changes will be made in recognition of the dramatic failures of the past five years.

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Patrick G

P. Giroux


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Book

Philip Giroux is the president of Toddco Landscape Co., Inc., a design-build landscape firm, located in Venice, California, which he founded in 1978. The firm has received numerous awards for outstanding designs. Philip has a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture from the University of Arizona. He is the author of "Landscape for Dummies" by IDG. He writes, lectures, and does radio and T.V. interviews on the subject of landscape. He served as past President for the L.A. Chapter of the California Contractors Association, and is a member of the Southern California Horticultural Society.

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Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Pat Moore

Pat Moore


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Comedy Night

KC Standup Comic
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Monday, May 9, 2016

Aneeta Pathak

Aneeta Pathak


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New Book

Aneeta has worked with Senior Executives at major corporations in North America, knows what it takes to serve as an extraordinary Executive Assistant, and shares the tools, strategies, and principles that make Executive Assistants thrive. Her goal is to give Executive Assistants everything they need to SHINE in the eyes of their employers. What is the secret to Aneeta’s success? Her most important attribute is her “Can-Do” attitude. Aneeta has created the DNA for Commitment, Detail-oriented, Efficient, Fearless, and Go-getter so you too can SHINE in the eyes of your Executive. Aneeta Pathak lives in Toronto, Canada with two sons, Kayvine and Jay, and her husband Kesh. She immigrated with her family to Canada in 2006 from Mauritius Island where she was born and grew up. Aneeta started as an Executive Assistant at the age of 19 and has acquired a lot of skills and knowledge since then. Over a span of 3 decades, she has had the opportunity to work in various companies as Executive Assistant. Over those years, she has accumulated wisdom and now wants to help Executive Assistants become outstanding in their careers. Aneeta’s byline is “Believe in Yourself” (BIY). There is tremendous power in words that can contribute to one’s success. Trust is a major component of the foundation of successful interpersonal relationships. In the corporate arena, behind every successful Executive, there is an Executive Assistant that makes business happen. Aneeta currently is a Senior Executive Assistant for the Senior Vice President of Insurance at The Empire Life Insurance Company in Canada.
Date Recorded: 2/16/2015

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Sunday, May 8, 2016

P Dallas

P Dallas


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Musican

Instrumental Flowitry: Created by P Dallas. Audio media for freestylists, rappers and musicians. A series of beats & instrumentals released in volumes. The term "Flowitry" is a portmanteau thought to be created by P Dallas during a freestyle session. The two blended words being flowing and poetry. Later it was found that there were already other people using the term flowitry as well, but all have different spellings. Giving credit where credit is due, the first found flowitry was a female R&B group called "floetry" and although there are others, as far as history goes, they seem to be the first to use the word.

Date Recorded: 9/5/2014
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Saturday, May 7, 2016

Frank Granett

Frank Granett


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NEW DVD on Overmedicating Our Youth

About Frank J. Granett R.ph. Frank is a Board Certified Pharmacist with over 25 years of consultative Pharmacy experience, specializing in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder stimulant and Psychiatric medications. He is the author of the book Over Medicating Our Youth: The Public Awareness Guide for A.D.D. and Psychiatric Medications. For more information, please visit: http://www.caooy.org/ For a 17 minute preview of the DVD, visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQJ_MwrUbuM or direct from the CAOOY.org home page. Frank Granett R.ph is represented by Eclectic Media Productions National PR firm. Website: http://mediaproductions.tv
Date Recorded: 9/11/2013
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Friday, May 6, 2016

Gene Doucette

Gene Doucette

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Novel: Sapphire Blue

Author Bio: G Doucette is the erotica pen name for Gene Doucette, author of multiple sci-fi/fantasy novels, such as Immortal and Fixer. Gene is also an award-winning screenwriter and playwright, and has published collections of humor essays and works of satire. Gene lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts, with his wife and children. Sapphire Blue is his first erotic novel.

Date Recorded: 2/12/2014

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Thursday, May 5, 2016

Dr Green

Daryl D. Green


TOPIC-
Overcoming Personal Stress With Pending Uncertainty in 2014

About Daryl D. Green Leadership Development expert, Dr. Daryl D. Green, lectures and writes about contemporary issues impacting individuals and businesses. He has been quoted by USA Today, Ebony Magazine, Associated Press, and American Urban Radio as well as a wide variety of professional societies across the nation. With over 20 years of management experience, Dr. Green has a well-respected reputation for delivering solutions. Dr. Green is proud to announce his latest book release "Writing for Professionals," a valuable tool for career advancement. Writing for Professionals is available online at Amazon.com and other book retailers. You can also view the book trailer on Youtube.com at http: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IvG42TY581s

Date Recorded: 2/14/2015
SITE: Site


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Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Emme Cross

Emme Cross


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Novel: St Bart's

Author bio: Emme Cross is a veteran journalist who has worked at the biggest media outlets in Canada and has met everyone from politicians to rock stars. She writes for and reads the news on the most popular radio station in the entire country and researches and writes for the largest radio news station as well. She is an avid reader, gardener, world traveler and foodie. She lives in Oakville, Ontario, with her husband and their English Bull Terrier.
Date Recorded: 2/12/2014
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Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Connie Allen

Connie Allen


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Casino Expert Author

Connie Allen Guest Expert Interview Credentials Professional Blackjack Dealer for a very popular casino 16 years experience and a lot of knowledge over the years
Date Recorded:2/17/2014
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Monday, May 2, 2016

3 Years Hollow

3 Years Hollow doesn't pull any punches. The Quad Cities quintet—Jose Urquiza [vocals], Tony Reeves [guitar], Neil Kuhlman [guitar], Dex Digga [bass], and ChrisCushman [drums]—dispenses honest hard rock that's equally hypnotic and heavy on its first full-length album for Imagen Records. Over the past decade, the group has solidified itself as one of the Midwest's most incendiary and infectious young acts. Their breakout independent single "Remember" charted at #1 on Octane, while "Chemical Ride" is closing in on 400,000 YouTube views. In 2012, they emerged as regional victors during the Ernie Ball-sponsored Rockstar Energy UPROAR Festival "Battle of the Bands". Playing the Tinley Park, IL date of UPROAR, they caught the attention of ImagenRecords who proceeded to offer them a deal soon after. Now, with production by none other than Clint Lowery of Sevendust and Call Me No One, their latest album bristles with irresistible intensity and magnetic melodies. Becoming a local stalwart, 3 Years Hollow shared the stage with everybody from Papa Roach to Buckcherry, and they've siphoned their live energy into a kinetic anthems. About the sound, Jose explains, "We want to play melodic hard rock. That's the music that brought us together. At the same time, we all have drastically different influences from progressive rock to hair metal to pop punk. We all agree on what 3 Years Hollow is though." That cohesion comes across on the likes of "For Life". Coupling a fret-burning solo and chorus from Lowery with Jose's dynamic delivery, it practically explodes on impact. "It's about a person who is struggling and has fallen away from the world alone," says the vocalist. "You can see the damage and the demons the person deals with on a daily basis. However, all of a sudden, there is hope instead of despair. The final message is to pull away from the demons, stand strong against them, and keep them out for the rest of your life. It was such an honor to bring that track to life with Clint." Then, there's "Hungry", which bares its teeth via a bombastic beat and arena-size hook. It taps into their on-stage intensity. "We wrote that in the jam space," recalls Jose. "We want people to get close to the music. We give everything we can so fans forget about everything else." Ultimately, 3 Years Hollow constantly keeps the listeners in mind with that honesty. "Everything I write about is a completely personal experience or something I've witnessed or experienced myself," he concludes. "I talk about things I've seen or experienced. I want to give everybody something real." www.3yearshollow.com www.facebook.com/3yearshollow www.youtube.com/threeyearshollow www.twitter.com/3yearshollow Podcast of the interview Download:
 

Sunday, May 1, 2016

Dr SDullivan

Dr. Ayn Cates Sullivan


About the Author Ayn Cates Sullivan, MA, MFA, Ph.D. is an inspirational author and teacher. She holds a master’s degree in spiritual psychology from USM, and a masters and doctorate in literature from Columbia University and King’s College London. She currently lives with her husband, two children and variety of horses and pets on a ranch in Ojai, California. Her educational experiences coupled by life lead her into the study and practice of what makes one whole. After a strong spiritual experience with the light she wrote a book of prayers called Unquenchable Spiritual Fire, which she wishes to make available to people who are blossoming into their true nature as an inspiration and embrace for the journey. It is written to invite a love affair with God. The book includes the precise prayer formula and three poems by Howard Wills that have helped thousands of people make a direct connection with the Infinite Light and lead healthier, prosperous and successful lives. Ayn’s many inspirational books include Tracking The Deer, Consider This, The Windhorse: Poems Of Illumination, Initiation At The Well and, Sparkle & The Gift, the first of a children’s story series about a girl who refuses to forget that she is a light being. After her ordination with Howard Wills, Ayn became a practicing Minister. She was also ordained by Dan Chesbro of the Church of the Holy Beloved and holds a certificate of ordination with the Universal Life Church. Ayn’s background is largely esoteric Christianity, and yet she has also studied extensively with Rabbi Gabriel Cousens as well as a sufi based mystery school and was an active devotee of the Hindu hugging saint Ammachi for over a decade. She believes that God is an indwelling presence that is found within and can be known through direct experience. One of Ayn’s deepest loves is color as a path to awakening. She makes color essences that help inspire and uplift so that we may let go of our untruth and step into our Self. Ayn wishes to help end the patterns that cause pain and suffering and assist in liberating others so that they can live essential and joyous lives. Ayn works on an individual and group basis with students who are awakening. Ayn sees partnership as a way to fully know and realize oneself and teaches couples the art of inquiry with her husband of many years, John Patrick Sullivan. The rest of the time the two can sometimes be found riding horses in the Topa Topa Mountains of Ojai or playing in the Pacific
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