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  • 00:15

    Beating the Odds

    in Business

    Tired of failing? Let's change that! Join Monday Morning Joy to listen how to...1) Motivate self, 2) Receive Tips on Beating the Odds, and 3) Get ready to flurish in your craft (ie., business or ministry).

  • 02:33

    Beating You Outside The Ring

    in News

    Beating You Outside The Ring

  • 00:18

    Divatosity: Odds and Ends Breakfast Platter and Townhouse Living

    in Food

    Join the Bougie Girl as she discusses creating an Odds and Ends Breakfast Platter and Townhouse Living.

  • 01:17

    Episode 2497 - Beating back the spirit of rejection - Rick Bell

    in Spirituality

    Episode 2497 - Beating back the spirit of rejection - Rick Bell
    Recorded 5-18-2015 on Omega Man Radio  omegamanradio.com
    Rick's Website is: www.heavenlywarriors.com


     

  • 01:49

    Pet Radio-Muffin's Amazing Recovery- Beating the Odds

    in Pets

    At just five weeks old, Muffin became paralyzed while in a shelter when a micro chip was inserted to close to his spine. He is now a year old and is on the road to recovery. This is a wonderful story of hope and determination and one person who refused to give up on a kitty that could not stand up.  


    Also joining us is Dr. Jessica Waldman. .Dr. Waldman is a veterinarian certified in canine rehabilitation and acupuncture focused on prevention. She founded California Animal Rehabilitation (CARE). She also cares for cats and is doing Muffin's rehabilitation. She will discuss this as well as pain management for cats and dogs, and prevention. Do you know how to recognize the signs your cat or dog may be in pain? It is not as obvious as you may think.


    Angie Bailey is a cat writer and humorist. She has been a contributing writer for many publications and web sites, including Pet Radio, and has a new book out that she will tell us all about it. Her Facebook page Catladyland, has over 500,000 followers.

  • What are the Odds?

    in Sports

    Sports Gambling is a huge sport.   Beating Vegas is very difficult to do.   Both Bobby Dinero and Vince O'Connor are beating Vegas and want to share their knowledge with you.   Sports Gambling at it's best with Free Tips from guys that know what it takes.

  • 00:59

    Beating the Writer's Block-ade

    in Entertainment

    Please join authors Michele E Gwynn and Jami Brumfield as they chat with guest authors Diane Rinella and Gracie Wilson on the dreaded topic of writer's block...


    Please check out Diane Rinella's author page on Amazon here


    Please check out Gracie Wilson's author page on Amazon here


    Please check out Michele Gwynn's author page on Amazon here


    Please check out Jami Brumfield's author page on Amazon here


    Use the #C2CJM with questions or comments during the live broadcast and you may hear them on the show. Thanks for tuning in... see you next week between the covers.


     

  • 00:33

    Cardiac Athletes™: Beating Heart Disease Around the World

    in Health

    Cardiac athletes are all around us. There are athletes who develop heart problems or who discover, after they have been athletes for a while, that there heart has some imperfections that may require surgery and there are people who were born with heart defects who have a great desire to become an athlete and to enjoy the benefits of regular exercise. Lars Andrews, a cardiac physiologist, has created a website and an organization to eradicate heart disease. His organization serves thousands of athletes around the world. Cardiac Athletes is the world's largest online community for sporting heart patients, offering an unprecedented breadth and depth of help, support, advice and fulfilling our Mission of alleviating pain, restoring health, and extending life. Listen to today's show to learn more about Lars, why he created this program, how athletes can help themselves, even if they have had open-heart surgery and learn about the book that Lars has put together, "Cardiac Athletes: Real Superheroes Beating Heart Disease (Volume 1)." Lars even shares about how he acquired the stories for his book and how other cardiac athletes can get be part of Volume 2.

  • “Cardiac Athletes™: Beating Heart Disease Around the World

    in Health

    Cardiac athletes are all around us. There are athletes who develop heart problems or who discover, after they have been athletes for a while, that there heart has some imperfections that may require surgery and there are people who were born with heart defects who have a great desire to become an athlete and to enjoy the benefits of regular exercise. Lars Andrews, a cardiac physiologist, has created a website and an organization to eradicate heart disease. His organization serves thousands of athletes around the world. Cardiac Athletes is the world's largest online community for sporting heart patients, offering an unprecedented breadth and depth of help, support, advice and fulfilling our Mission of alleviating pain, restoring health, and extending life. Listen to today's show to learn more about Lars, why he created this program, how athletes can help themselves, even if they have had open-heart surgery and learn about the book that Lars has put together, "Cardiac Athletes: Real Superheroes Beating Heart Disease (Volume 1)." Lars even shares about how he acquired the stories for his book and how other cardiac athletes can get be part of Volume 2.

  • 01:30

    From Flawed to Fantastic - Beating Depression with Guest Cindy Blair

    in Health

    Cindy Blair suffered a brain injury in the summer of 2001 when she fell into the road. Consequently, she has had to deal with depression and a cognitive thought delay. Cindy earned her Bachelors Degree in English from SUNY Brockport in 2011. She published a collection of her poetry in 2013 titled, “Whispers to My Heart: Emerging from the Depths with God.” Currently Cindy Blair works with Fantastic Frank to bring awareness of traumatic brain injuries to many.


    Fantastic Frank is the epitome of perseverence. He was trapped in a fire then carried out in a body bag. Surviving and thriving against all odds Fantastic Frank is an inspiration to millions.


    Receive Fantastic Frank's exciting newsletter by email. Go to http://www.turndisabilitytoability.com


    Learn more about Fantastic Frank and access his other resources at http://www.fantasticfrankjohnson.com


    Book Fantastic Frank to speak at your next meeting, assembly, or special event! Email: frank@fantasticfrankjohnson.com

  • 03:02

    7:30 PM CST Recap of Cops Brutally Beating Floyd Dent in Inkster, MI

    in Social Networking

    Recap of Cops Brutally Beating Floyd Dent in Inkster, MI


    Fighting back tears, a Detroit man and longtime auto worker with no criminal history, described how Inkster police officers dragged him from his car one night in January, choked him, beat him and Tasered him during a traffic stop that was caught on patrol car video.


    "He was beating me upside the head," Floyd Dent, 57, told a horde of reporters and TV crews during a press conference at his attorney's office Wednesday afternoon, as tears trickled his cheeks. "I was trying to protect my face with my right arm. I heard one of them say, 'tase the M...F. '"


    The Jan. 28 incident was caught on police video cameras and is making national news. It shows Inkster police pulling over Dent in his 2011 tan Cadillac near South River Park Drive and Inkster Drive shortly before 10 p.m. The two officers approach with their guns drawn. As Dent opens the door, they pull him out and shove him to the ground. Dent does not appear in the video to be resisting arrest.


    As he is on the ground, a police officer later identified as William Melendez has him in a choke hold, and is repeatedly pounding him on his head. A second officer is attempting to handcuff him behind his back, but Dent has his right arm up, trying to protect his face and head against Melendez.


    Another officer arrives and kicks him, and then another officer Tasers Dent in the thigh and stomach as he is handcuffed. Dent, who has worked for Ford for 37 years, said he was hospitalized for two days for injuries to his face and head.

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