• 00:34

    How To Buy An Airplane

    in Education

    In this episode Jason shares with you his recent experience in buying another airplane and some things he looked at before making the purchase. Learn How To Buy An Airplane. 

  • 00:16

    Celebrity Apprentice, Airplane Seats, Gas Prices, Seahawks and Patriots

    in Pop Culture

    "Frosted Pop" hosted by David Jeffrey Frost takes a look at the latest trends and news about the Celebrity Apprentice, Airplane Seats, Gas Prices, Seahawks and Patriots. "Frosted Pop" is brought to you by your friendly Independent Isagenix Associate at www.Purpose.Isangenix.com.

  • 00:30

    Chris Carley Virtual Book Tour! on Building Fortunes Radio with Peter Mingils

    in Entrepreneur

    Announcing the Chris Carley Virtual Book Tour!

    January 19th – February 16th 2015, Join Chris Carley Author of The Millionaire Within Us on her virtual book tour.

    She started off as an uneducated, overweight, depressed, in a bad abusive marriage, fired airplane factory worker that had to borrow $79 from her father to get started. It wasn't always this way.

    She has taught thousands of others around the world that with hard work, perseverance and a vision of what you want in life just like she did you can turn it all around to be successful.

    Go check her out at : http://www.chris-carley.com

    Replays of Chris Carley's Radio shows: http:www.buildingfortunesradio.com



  • 00:20

    Airplane 2 and Police Academy Star Pamela Guest Discusses "The M Word"

    in Entertainment

    The Total Tutor will interview interview celebrity Pamela Guest live from Madrid, Spain. Pamela Guest currently co-stars in Henry Jaglom's feature"The M Word" which opened April 30, among numerous other projects -she and/or her husband Nicholas Guest (numerous feature films, recenttelevision includes the voice of "John Teller" on Sons of Anarchy, Mad Men. Pamela will discuss her how she broke into film, favorite projects, and latest projects.

  • 00:04

    YMM PM - Getting the Best Seat on an Airplane

    in News

    WSJ's Dan Loney explores whether you can trust your HR department with your personal information and securing the most comfortable seat on an airplane.

  • 00:48

    John Carver Show - Pour the Coffee

    in Self Help

    This show is from a sermon I shared in January 2015.  

    Source: From Davon Huss’ Sermon: Willingly

    “Barry Cameron tells about an airplane flight that he took. On the flight there were four servicemen. Before the door on the plane was closed, the pilot announced we had a number of special guests on our flight (the servicemen in uniform) and asked us to show our appreciation to them. The plane erupted in applause and cheers. It was a wonderful way to begin a flight. 

    A few moments later, a man and a woman in first class, got up and came back to two soldiers in the coach cabin and said, "Would you like to sit in first class?" The look on the soldiers' faces was priceless. So was the look from others in first-class looking back and many of us in the coach section. The two soldiers stood, got their bags from the overhead compartment and walked up to the first-class section and took their new seats. Amazingly, a few minutes later, another couple got up from first class and came back and did the same thing for two more soldiers. To say the least, it was a very moving experience. 

    As our plane lifted off and began to climb into the clouds, I couldn’t help but admire the four common, ordinary people, who may not have even been Christians. They did something uncommon and extraordinary. They served, rather than waiting to be served.”

    Naaman pictured what the prophet was going to do for him and how he was going to do it.

    Naaman ALMOST blew it if it wasn’t for a few more “unnamed” people.

    Mary Hallet reminds us that “one of the most amazing things about Bible stories is their sheer restraint. With one or two deft strokes a scene is painted, a character is sketched, or an incident described.... There is, I say, something astonishing in the terse poetry of the Bible.”


  • 01:57

    Sananda et al: Activation, Anchoring and Preparation for the New Atlantis

    in Spirituality

    Kathryn:  It was an astonishing, wonderful week.   I assure you it was necessary, and well, amazing.  I can’t wait to tell you all about why I was away from the show last week.  I do apologize for no notice, but you will understand.

    This week's show featured Ashtar, Raphael and Sananda.

    Here is a message from Sananda  about our trip to the Yucatan, completed Jan. 10, 2015.

    Beloved Ones,
    It is I, Sananda.  I have spent the past week, along with my brothers Ashtar and Raphael, accompanying our “boots on the ground” (Kathryn, Marlene and Mary) as they criss-crossed the entire Yucatan Peninsula.  Together, we activated the electromagnetic connections between and among the ancient pyramids, which operate as Galactic transmission centers, creating a network of powerful energies which will be of great assistance in the transmission of higher dimensional energies to all of Planet Earth.
    There was much more to the healing and activating work,which we will talk about on the show.

    I will also be sending you a written message through Kathryn to tell you of the extensive, and I might say, exhaustive work these three Divine Feminine Masters have accomplished on behalf of humanity. 

    We apologize for taking your dear Kathryn away at the last minute so that she could not be here for her Wednesday program last week.  We asked that the three women join us, and within a day they were on the airplane to the Yucatan.  We will include all of you in our news and discussion if you would like to join us on Wednesday.  We are joyfully celebrating the remarkable success of the Mission Accomplished.  It was effective beyond our greatest expectations, and we are very excited about sharing it with you.

    With all my love,
    Your Sananda


  • 00:37

    Left Behind Movie; did the airplane save you or Jesus?

    in Christianity

    A new Left Behind movie is out.  What did you make of it and actor selections like Nic Cage?

    Jon and Jane also examine Matthew 24 and the rapture scripture.

  • 00:52

    Air Travel Rage: Has Everyone Lost Their Marbles?

    in Travel

    Brawls in the aisles over reclining seats, crying babies, and incorrectly served macadamia nuts. Passenger evictions over Christmas greetings. Emergency landings and arrests for mouthing off at flight attendants or seat-hopping.

    As the airlines industry shoves more people into metal tubes like cattle, are we losing our patience and civility? Are employees overreacting? Join our cheeky discussion about the current state of air travel.

  • 00:08

    KICK: Jumping Out of a Perfectly Good Airplane

    in Motivation

    In this There's a U in Success episode, Debbie talks about the decision to walk from something that seems "perfectly good" into the realm of possibility where more meaningful, bigger, better success dwells. Hear ways to evaluate that decision, then move forward confidently toward your fabulous future.

  • 02:41

    Howcee Productions Gospel blogtalkradio.com/howcee-productions-gospel Jazz Night

    in Music

    Welcome to Jazz Story

    Nestled within Seoul's lively Daehakro district lies one of its best-kept secrets — Jazz Story, a unique live music café.

    A hand-crafted airplane and an antique tricyle are suspended overhead beneath a vaulted ceiling. Otherworldly figures and contraptions adorn the exposed rebar and broken concrete walls. Jazz Story is truly in a class of its own.

    Patrons come to relax in Jazz Story's eclectic interior while dining on mouth-watering food, not to mention an expansive beverage selection. Whether your drink of choice is a fine wine, coffee, beer, cocktails, or fresh fruit juice, there's something for everyone at Jazz Story.

    Come and Join Us

    With a house band performing nightly, any night is a good night to stop by and experience one of Seoul's premier live music cafés.

    Jazz Story is located less than five minutes on foot from HyeHwa Station on Line 4. Take a look at our map page for detailed directions.

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