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    UFOlogist Richard Hoffman

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    Rich Hoffman is a 22+ year Army Information Technology (IT) defense contractor with By Light IT Professional Services. He is a Senior Lead Architect working in the US Army Materiel Command Head Quarters at Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, Alabama helping to shape the future directions of systems, networks and hosting arrangements used within the Army.
    For the past 52+ years, since his eighth grade science class and timed with the Lonnie Zamora sighting on 24 April 1964, Rich has been pursuing his primary interest in investigating, researching and lecturing on the subject of UFOs. He even had the opportunity to lecture to the Air Force on the subject at Wright Patterson, AFB.
    Over this time, he has worked with numerous organizations:
    Many MUFON positions held since joining in 1969.
    Director of Investigations for the Ohio UFO Investigators League, Inc. (OUFOIL).
    Field Investigator – Ground Saucer Watch
    Member – NARCAP, MUFON, UFOData, SCU
    He has investigated and reviewed thousands of UFO sightings, which include landings, radar cases, animal mutilations and other paranormal mysteries in his tenure. He has delivered hundreds of lectures to service clubs, churches and many other organizations and appeared on numerous radio and television shows.

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    English as Second Language (ESL) in Schools

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    On this week's episode, we will focus on the topic of ESL and ways in which foreign language students are being taught in American schools.

  • 01:33

    Billy Joe Chambers "B.J." with Boyd and Lucinda

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    They made approximately 3 million dollars a week and made up to 50 million dollars a year selling drugs. Join us with Guest Billy Joe Chambers a.k.a "B.J." after spending 22 years in prison now he is home. B.J., Larry, Willie and Otis Chambers are some of the most notorious drug lords in American History. It all ended when Larry videotaped the drug deals and money and the videotapes got into the hands of DEA and the Media. "B.J.'s" new Book, Prodigy Hustler allows readers to follow Chambers along his journey to the top of the Detroit cocaine game. Chambers gives detailed accounts of life struggles and experiences as he traveled from his hometown, Marianna, Arkansas to the streets of Detroit where he became known as a member of the "Chambers Gang," Detroit's largest drug organization. Chambers was recently featured in BET's "American Gangster" series. Prodigy Hustler is now available for readers enjoyment. You won't want to miss this interview. The drug conspiracy involved an extensive crack cocaine distribution network in the City of Detroit, organized and directed by brothers Billy Joe and Larry Chambers, and known as the Chambers Brothers Organization. The conspiracy allegedly began in 1983 and continued through February 1988. There was testimony that the widespread and carefully structured operations generated narcotics sales of as much as $200,000 a day. The operation was conducted out of various locations in the City of Detroit and was policed by a cadre of conspirator/enforcers known as "the wrecking crew." All twenty-two persons indicted were members of the organization. The Chambers brothers recuited many of their 500 employees from Detroit High Schools and their impoverished hometown of Marianna, Arkansas, keeping their troops in line with brutality and intimidation.

  • 01:38

    Topic: HSV/Simplex 1 & 2

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    Herbalist Kareem and Usmahn will help you understand simplex 1 & 2, and answer questions.

  • 00:47

    NHA in the Juvenile Justice System

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    Join the host of The Children’s Success Foundation, Stephanie Rule, as she leads a discussion on the Nurtured Heart Approach®(NHA) in the Juvenile Justice System (JJS). Our guests, Harvey Uken and Toni Rose, bring a refreshing NHA perspective to working with youth in JJS, and the prevention of youth entering the system. Listen as the conversation unfolds and these dynamic Certified NHA Advanced Trainers share their experiences about building the Inner Wealth™ of the youth in the Juvenile Justice System.
    Toni Rose, BS, is a Certified Nurtured Heart Approach® Advanced Trainer as well as a Wraparound Facilitator at Southwestern Behavioral Healthcare.  She has provided over 100 NHA trainings to parents, caregivers, volunteers and clinicians from all over the state of Indiana. She has 18 years of experience collaborating with Department of Child Services, Juvenile Justice, CASA and Head Start. She has also worked directly with mental health agencies, psychiatric hospitals and educators. Her passion is supporting children and families to build successful relationships not only in their homes but in their communities as well.
    Harvey Uken has been working as a Youth Counselor at the Red River Valley Juvenile Center (16 bed facility for 10-18) in Crookston, MN for the past 14 years.  He was the Family Week Coordinator and Clinical Supervisor for eight of those years. These experiences with intense people in intense situations led Harvey to see the Nurtured Heart Approach as the way to help the children he serves towards heart-felt transformation when he was introduced to NHA in 2013. Harvey is looking forward to full retirement to begin employing the Nurtured Heart Approach in Northern MN and ND to help people recognize the greatnesses in themselves and others.

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    Setting and structure of activity

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    This is our fourth show for the Spring 2013 term of Physical Dimensions of Free-Choice Learning. We will talk about our module 4 topic: the setting and structure of activity and about formative evaluations and prototyping. Our guetss are JOsh Gutwill and Adam Klinger fromteh Exploratorium in San Francisco. 
    Josh Gutwill is Director of Visitor Research and Evaluation at the Exploratorium, the museum of science, art and human perception in San Francisco. His work includes research on learning in informal environments as well as evaluation of exhibits and programs to improve visitors' experiences. 
    Adam Klinger is an Evaluation Systems Specialist at the Exploratorium, where he is responsible for developing and refining tools and methods for the capture, management, and analysis of audio/video as well as conducting formative evaluations of museum exhibits. 

  • 02:03

    The Education System & Child Vaccinations

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    Join us this evening 9pm EST & 6pm PST with guest host Donovan "Dnotez" Harris discussing the education system & child vaccinations.
    As Americans & American Indians/Aboriginal Americans/American Negros we have options to secure our people especially our youth...

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    Inference GMAT Answers. Go Vague. Or Go Home.

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    Boring AF. So vague, it can’t be wrong. You know, the answer that is so watered down and wishy-washy, it's basically saying nothing at all?
    The GMAC wants to stay out of legal trouble. For this reason, any answer that is put forth as "true" must be totally indisputable. This means, incidentally, that it needs to be indisputably VAGUE as well. Vague statements are generally more likely to be "true" than specific statements.
    This strategy is especially helpful when you are looking at two similar answer choices. One of them is clear, detailed and specific, while the other, stating the obvious, dialed-back, to which you might respond, "duh!"

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    Exploring Youth-Driven Prevention Campaigns

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    On this show, participants will learn about statewide and local youth-driven violence prevention initiatives in Alaska and Florida. Both funded through CDC’s DELTA program (http://www.cdc.gov/ViolencePrevention/DELTA/), the Alaska Network on Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault (ANDVSA) and the Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence (FCADV) will share strategies and lessons learned through the development and implementation of two positive campaigns to engage youth: Stand Up Speak Up! and I Am Courageous. This 30 minute program will highlight the challenges and rewards of promoting primary prevention messaging during Domestic Violence Awareness Month and beyond.
    Lori Grassgreen, Director of Prevention Projects, ANDVSA Kristen Pavlik, Director of Training and Technical Assistance for FCADV

  • 01:52

    SIMPLICITY in Christ....What does this mean ?

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    SIMPLICITY IN CHRIST. Sometimes we find this phrase thrown around when individuals may not understand what you may be bringing forth in your attempt to teach various aspects of the Gospel. Especially when it comes to the undeniable truth of BIBLICAL COMMUNISM !! Let's check the scripture and see what we may find.

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