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Join Elusive1 as he welcomes to the show Bart Cutino, Born and raised in beautiful Monterey, CA, Bart Cutino is a longtime researcher with the BFRO, AIBR, Olympic Project & Bigfoot Discovery Museum. One of the first people to have a sighting with the use of a proprietary heat-sensing thermal unit, Bart helps facilitate providing fellow researchers access to thermal imaging equipment and is the primary tool used in his personal research with the objective of obtaining strong visual documentation. Longtime field partner & close friend's with the male cast members of Animal Planet’s “Finding Bigfoot” series, he’s researched up and down the Pacific Northwest with hundreds of fellow researchers the last 9 years and lectures locally on both his personal field experiences and contentions with common public misperceptions on sasquatch species viability in North America.
Warrior Talk Radio with GI Jenn is honored to have Ret. CSM Bart Womack, former Navy SEAL, and former Special Forces MSG Scott Neil on the program! Tonight Wes Doss will be joining us as guest co-host!
Ret. CSM Bart E. Womack, is a graduate of the US Army Sergeants Major Academy Class 48. Highlights of his distinguished military career include Drill Sergeant, Senior Ranger Instructor, Relief Commander and Sergeant of the Guard at Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. He served at every level of Command Sergeant Major in the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault). He served in combat in Iraq - Operation Iraqi Freedom, and Korea. He also served in Kosovo - Operation Joint Guardian, and the Republic of Haiti - Operation Uphold Democracy.
As a U.S. Navy SEAL, he saw dozens of combat missions and was decorated with valor in leadership positions. Today, Carl is a man who has an ardent passion for this country, which takes him on a new mission. He has a heartfelt calling to wake this nation to the stark reality of a new enemy – bureaucracy. From a man who has protected our country in some of the most dangerous areas of the world, he believes there is a new battle on the homefront that every American can fight.
MSG (Ret) Scott Neil spent 25 years in the U.S. Special Forces and was one of the first to deploy into Afghanistan following the tragic events of 9/11. Neil has lead multiple combat operations in Afghanistan, Iraq, and the Horn of Africa as well as an interagency task force to defeat foreign terrorists around the globe.
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Hosted by Marti Oakley & Debbie Dahmer
Guest: Bart P. Billings, Ph.D.
COL SCNG-SC (Ret), Military Medical Directorate
Licensed Clinical Psychologist PSY 7656
Licensed Marriage, Family Therapist MG 4888
-Director/Founder International Military & Civilian Combat Stress Conference
-Initial Enlisted Ranks and Retired as Medical Service Corps Officer with a total of 34 years in US Army.
-Recipient of the 2014 Human Rights Award from Citizens Commission on Human Rights International
Contact Bart P. Billings, Ph.D
Dr. Bart P. Billings has been working in the fields of Mental Health, Human Services and Management for over forty-eight years. He possesses licenses in Clinical Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy and has past expertise as a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor. In Feb.2014, he received the International Human Rights Award from the Citizens Commission On Human Rights (CCHR).
Bart Smyth is a Master Practitioner of 30 years in various Eastern and Indigenous philosophies, cultures and spirit ways as well as the popular Yuen Method. He was responsible for bringing this entire body of work to Europe for Dr. Yuen, where Bart trained over 400 therapists.
He is also a Grand Master of Tai Chi and holds certificates in Thai and Hansa Shiatsu, Massage and Neuromuscular/Sports therapy.
You may be an absolute whiz at formal presentations, with shining personal communication skills. But what have you done for your team lately? Host Bart Jackson brings aboard Matt Abrahams, noted author, Stanford University Lecturer, and founder of BoldEcho Communication Solutions to supply you, Ms./Mr. Leader, with the right techniques and structures to sharpen the communication practices of those co-achievers around you. As today’s business accomplishments grow ever more collaborative, the need for idea-friendly environs and individual communications training becomes ever more vital. Tune in and learn how your team’s wisdom may be more effectively imparted.
Marketing a law firm is a touchy business. High profile cases and clients offer some fleeting brilliance, but how can you keep the public spotlight glowing? Host Bart Jackson invites Michael Wildes, managing partner of the law firm that aided immigration seekers ranging from John Lennon to Miss Universe. Bart and Michael discuss how a professional firm can work advantageously (and profitably) with others – making partners from competitors, and how to keep your name in the minds of future clients. Tune in and learn from the master the best way to market all your assets.
LIVE with The Brothers Ali!
Jimmy and Jerome Ali are the twin sons of Brenda and the late Jimmy Ali, Sr., an avid jazz enthusiast and pianist Born in Detroit, Michigan at a time when Barry Gordy's Motown Sound was igniting the world. They embraced R&B music and such great jazz artist as Charlie Parker, Eddie Harris, Stan Getz and Art Blakey.
As young teens, Jimmy & Jerome were organizing "jam sessions!". All of the neighborhood musicians would come & wait their turn to jam with "the twins". Their Dad Jimmy Ali Sr., had an, open door policy allowing neighborhood teens to come over & rehearse so that they could form bands & perform at the High schools & local hot spots with the Ali Boys. Some awesome talent emerged from that basement on Littlefield Street. Mr. Ali (Bart) as he was affectionately called, had a tough policy to abide by~ NO DRUGS, NO DRAMA!! And yes, he WOULD enforce it.
Jimmy and Jerome have shared the stage and recorded with such diverse artist as: Carlos Santana, George Clinton and the Parliament Funkadelic, Ray Charles, Natalie Cole, Earl Klugh, Buddy Miles and the Doobie Brothers, to name a few.
Jimmy and Jerome, known professionally as the Brothers Ali, have performed at the Las Vegas Hilton, Mandalay Bay, Paris, Caesars, Aladdin, Stardust Hotels, Lake Las Vegas, and the Green Valley Resorts: "The District" They also appeared at the 1st Annual Newport Pacific Jazz Festival on 8-28-05 in Las Vegas and performs at Town Square Live! & the Ritz Carlton. They have also performed at The Wynn Hotel for Mrs. Wynns private dinner party & at the Mirage 8/08 for The Michael Jordan Foundation for the 4th consecutive year. Voted the best jazz group for the American Black Music Awards '08
The Student Section is a Bloguin site that's dedicated to covering college football and basketball the way that it should be covered. It is a place for original commentary and analysis, untethered to conventional thinking and the trends which permeate a lot of the college football media realm. If you can't stand certain outlets in Bristol, Connecticut, that seem to promote one or two lines of thought throughout a full college football season, you'll find something refreshingly different at The Student Section.
This week's guests include:
Managing Editor Matt Zemek
Bart Doan, Associate Editor @ The Student Section
Phil Harrison of big10news.com, College Football News.com and Campus Insiders.com
Ryan Palencer of the Student Section and creator of The Next Wave Prospects.com
Zach Pugh of Saturdays in the Fall
The trainwreck gets rolling this Sunday night at 8 p.m. CST / 9 p.m. EST !! This week we catch up with some of our favorite guests !!
At 8:15 our first guest will be Peoria Historian, Norm Kelly !! Norm is a local historian and author with much of his writing coming from his real life experiences as a private detective in Peoria. Norm will join us to talk about everything from motorcycle cops to ostrich races. There's never a dull moment when Norm visits !!
Then at 9:00 we'll talk with Peoria native and man of many talents, Bart Shatto !! Bart is an actor/ singer who currently resides in New Jersey. As a Broadway theatre veteran and a rock star with symphonic rock band Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Bart is most happiest when on set making a film. Bart will join us to talk about his return to Peoria to perform at Cornstock later in July as well as the many endeavors that keep him busy. Strap in for this one.....this guy is a riot !!
As the trainwreck rolls on we'll be joined at 9:30 by the front man of the local group Art Of Ill Fusion, Dee Mill. Dee will be calling in from the Derrick Trucks show to tell us about an amazing Umphrey's McGee after party going down at The Country Club on June 28th. Joe Marcinek Band FEATURING Steve Molitz (Particle), Jesus Coomes (Lettuce), Dee Mill (Art of ILL Fusion), Nick Fairley (Easy Riders)......enough said !!
This Sunday night is a show for the ages !! Don't miss it !! Train leaves the station at 8:00 p.m. CST !!
Large, corporate, and public vs. mid-market, private, and closely-held. The business languages are different, the biases immense, and the cultures – like Mercury and Saturn. So can they deal together? Host Bart Jackson’s guest this week, mid-market M&A guru Chris Blees says an emphatic YES. Together Chris and Bart describe the differing cultures, people, expectations, and modes of operation, and they outline the attitude adjustments required for both to play profitably in each other’s yard. Tune in for some fascinating deal-making stories, and a new perspective on our diverse business community.
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