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Welcome to Understanding the Law: Week in Review. The show is hosted by Peter Lamont. For more information about UTLRadio pleasse visit www.utlradio.com. On this episode we discuss:
Ohio parents sue Amazon over teen son’s death from caffeine overdose
Planet Fitness revokes woman's membership after transgender complaint
Ferguson police report: Most shocking parts
Michael Brown's family to file civil lawsuit 'shortly,' attorney says
Deliberations resume in lawsuit alleging hit song 'Blurred Lines' copied Marvin Gaye music
Guess Which Musicians Filed a Lawsuit Against the Maker of ‘Haulin’ Oats’ Granola?
Bucs cheerleaders win $825K lawsuit
Bear Arms, not Stun Guns, MA Court Says
Prostitution Ban Called Unconstitutional
Man Burned While Praying Over Sizzling Fajitas Can't Sue Applebee's
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We are back! After the two week break, the iWALK Crew is back for Episode 4 of No Lies, No Titles, No Pressure, JUST TALK! Join us for Hot Topics like: Applebees customer tries to sue for burning himself while blessing his food and how a Califonian man believes homosexual behavior should be dealt with. That and much more as we open up our Phones and Chatroom for participants to be apart of the conversation. GETTING IT OFF YOUR HEART IS A GOOD START! It's iWALK Radio! LOVE WALK...iWALK!
Tonight on a special episode of the show within the show the guys are live at Applebees wondering aloud what has become of their lives. Brian presses his face against the glass and Mike falls in love with pomeranians.
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Our guests this morning are Loli Ramezani, Jerry Carew and Christie Olomon.
Returning guest Christie Olomon is the youngest General Manager of Pitfire Artisan Pizza's eight unit mini-chain and is a 5 year veteran having started with the company as a server. A classically trained ballet dancer, Christie hails from the northern California town of Vacaville. She attended Fresno State University before landing a position as corporate trainer for Applebees.
Loli Ramezani, Certified Senior Advisor (CSA)®, is the Owner and President of Always Best Care Senior Services in Manhattan Beach where she has lived since 1993 with her husband and two daughters. Always Best Care Senior Services is part of a Franchise and provides qualified caregivers to senior clients helping them with their daily activities as well as free referral services for Assisted Living Communities.
Jerry Carew is the proprietor of 3 Leaf Realty located in Manhattan Beach. A native of Ireland, Jerry has settled nicely into the Beach Cities lifestyle. He started his real estate career in 2001 and quickly became a top producer in the South Bay closing over 20 transactions a year.
This morning, we’re going to hear about the Manhattan Beach Chamber Valentine’s Day Mixer being held at Pitfire Pizza on Thursday, February 12.
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The Avalanche won a game in the final ten seconds, and that oddity bled into the entire episode of VSR. We had Killer Beavers, Cookie Monster attacks, and Zombie Hallucinations causing freeway pileups...and that was just the news.
Craig and Face then discussed items including Roger Ebert's passing, the Zero TV Generation, the sadness of an Applebees on a Tuesday afternoon, potato chips, and the oddness of mailing a goat's head to the Cubs organization.
Episode 209 wrapped up with a music recommendation from Cloud Cult of "The Show Starts Now" which was a lovely and ironic way to end the show.
Join Christopher & Amanda for a discussion on tipping! In early February, they were disturbed to hear of a Pastor who stiffed an Applebee's server out of a tip instead leaving her another form of "tip." (Read story here.) Your hosts with share how they rate their servers, what they think is acceptable, and if it is every ok to not leave a tip for services provided.
Special guest co-host, Don Lucas (a former waiter), will join the show and share his thoughts and experiences on the topic.
FIRST TEN: New Pope, Joy leaving The View, Boys Scouts, Justin Bieber, and more news and entertainment.
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Song of the Week: Preacher by One Republic
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Well it's the 8th, and half the assassins crew is in a state with a driving ban, so we have no where to go, lots of beer, and all the time in the world. On episode 31 we talk about why it's not polite to dress up as the joker and harass people at applebees, the good marksman has some surprise topics, and we also look for people with the 16Bit Assassins PSA regarding putting phones up your butts, don't do it people, it's not worth it. Boba, Han, and Yoda are getting their own movies, Activsion makes a lot of money and promises another COD, We get some info on AC4, and find out someone thinks it's a good idea for a Farmville cartoon, all this and more on Episode 31, oh god, it's a bear d!ck punch. Oh, and Kona stops by to say hi!
Tonight on the Stage Right Show Breitbart.tv editor Larry O'Connor interviews Lisa Mei Norton and Tania Gale about their upcoming events at CPAC. We'll also discuss Andrew Breitbart's continued success at agitating the left with his roller blade expose' of the Koch Brothers over the weekend and today's released of a video sting of Planned Parenthood.
In post-election America, we are finding CEO's and owners of companies (who form the 1%) are refusing to pay healthcare costs for their employees. In one case, the owner of Papa John's Pizza plan to donate 2 million free pizzas, lives in a 40,000 square foot mansion but says he can't afford his workers' healthcare costs.
We have determined it's time for a boycott of companies who enagge in predatory hiring practices. We are titling this segment Roll Call as these companies comprise the list of those who choose to live well while profiting on their worker's .