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HR Interview Nancy Cartwright (Voice of Bart Simpson) talks about her organization called
Happy House that educated children aroud the world learn about social relationships
Songs by Saint Tone www.SaintTone.com
Check out this fun video from one of Nancy's Fundraisers where she and Tom Kenny ( voice of Sponge Bob ) sang a song with the band Saint Tone
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Featured this week on Writing Real... Archbishop Bruce J Simpson was born and raised in Audubon, New Jersey. At eighteen, during the Vietnam War, he enlisted in the United States Air Force and was assigned to nuclear security. Upon an honorable discharge, Bruce entered police work in Reading, Pennsylvania. Simpson left civil service and was ordained a priest in 1996 after completing theology studies and was awarded an STL by his ordaining church, the Reformed Catholic Church. Simpson was then called to serve as a Catholic bishop and was consecrated on January 30, 1999. Simpson currently is the Archbishop Abbot of the Benedictine Order of St. John the Beloved and the parishes under his protection and supervision. He has appeared on radio and television numerous times.
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Kathryn Simpson, retired School Board Director for South Kitsap School District, discusses education, surviving cancer, and life lessons.
Dr. Bart Billings is a retired Army Officer, former military psychologist and Founder and Director of Human Assistance Rapid Response Team Program. He has held an annual conference for many years on Combat Stress. This years title was the 21st International Military and Civilian Combat Stress Conference—ironically they had to move the conference twice due to the Carlsbad fires! He will recap some of the topics and findings of this years conference and we’ll ask his opinion on some of the tragic shootings that have occurred on our military bases.
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Join our intrepid duo as they delve into the minds of children with special abilities. Tonight Rob and Jason welcome Lea Simpson. For the last 3 years Lea has helped both children and their parents understand what sets them apart from other families. Lea brings a no nonsense approach to education and development of the gifts these special children are given.
This note is all about technical compatibility between your computers and the Blog Talk Radio Network. I have been told, by people at Blog Talk, that Internet Explorer is not the way to go in seeking out the network. Yes, some people, including me, have used it, successfully. However, on average, it doesn’t work. I have been advised to tell listeners to use Google Chrome, or Firefox. If you use Firefox, make sure your Flash Player is up-to-date. Go to Adobe.com to update your Flash Player. I’m just repeating what I am told. I am certainly not an expert………(1) Put the following in the search engine: blogtalkradio.com/rwsimpson4 (2) Look for “Upcoming Broadcasts.” (3) Under those words look for “The Rich Simpson Show (hyperlinked in light blue letters). (4) Click those letters. You then have the option of (a) listening, or (b) calling the number (646-595-2404) on the screen……….The archived version of the show is now posted, daily, on Facebook and Twitter. For any off-the-air questions, please call my cell phone: 770-634-8286. Wednesday's topic: "Famous Pairings." Martin and Lewis, Ham and Eggs, Bogey and Bacal. Join us on Wednesday! Thanks, Rich
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June 14th, 2014
David Bart’s victory over Eric Cantor should give grassroots hope
Stop the presses. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) was soundly beaten by insurgent candidate David Bart. The impossible has happened. The grassroots finally beat the corporatocracy. Could it be that we had it all wrong? Could it be that instead of investing in removing money out of politics we should invest in making money irrelevant in politics?
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Dr. Bart P. Billings, PhD, is a retired U.S. Army Colonel, former military psychologist and licensed clinical psychologist and marriage and family therapist. He has been active in the fields of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Military Medical and Mental Health Services, Psychology, Management, and more for over 45 years. Dr. Billings has given lectures throughout the country for Universities, private organizations, national conferences and the military on multiple topics including Combat Stress, Stress and Burn-out, and Violence in The Work Place. Dr. Billings also founded and directs the oldest annual military stress conference, the International Military and Civilian Combat Stress Conference. He has been interviewed on ABC News Nightline and ABC World News with Charlie Gibson about combat stress, and he was invited to give testimony at Congressional and State Legislative hearings on the need for better Mental Health Treatment Programs for military personnel and their families. He submitted written testimony to a Congressional Hearing on the relationship between psychiatric medication and increased suicides in the military.
We describe our online radio show as “Radio for the fun of it!” It’s The Rich Simpson Show Online. We appreciate our loyal listeners! They listen in Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Florida, West Virginia, New Jersey and Colorado! We invite you to join George Croly and me, weekday mornings at 11:00 o’clock. We discuss topics that are off the beaten path. We build on those topics and the side effects those topics have on our society. And, we have fun with it! Access instructions: (1) Put the following in the search engine: blogtalkradio.com/rwsimpson4 (2) Look for “Upcoming Broadcasts.” (3) Under those words look for “The Rich Simpson Show” (hyperlinked in light blue letters). (4) Click those letters. You then have the option of (a) listening, or (b) calling the number (646-595-2404) on the screen……….The archived version of the show is now posted, daily, on Facebook and Twitter. Thanks, Rich
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It was June 17, 1994 when O.J. Simpson was the focus of a slow chase across Los Angeles.
Do you remember where you were and what you thought as he surrendered.
We'll listen to recently discovered broadcasts from the night when Simpson surrendered in the driveway of his home.
O.J. Simpson was found not guilty of the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman in 1995. The investigation and trial lasted more than a year and included a number of incredible moments.
Tune in today as Dave shows how New Testament critical scholarship is a great help in understanding the reliablity of the Bible, but that ultimately, it is God who sets forth the truth. Bart Ehrman spins some old arguments into a new package, but the result is still the same: the Bible remains the anvil upon which many a hammer has been broken. Dave also has some fun with movies and discusses one of the worst in recent memory.