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On this week’s Goldstein on Gelt Show, find out about bonds. How do they work? And how would you know if they are a good investment for you? Show host Douglas Goldstein explains what bonds are and how they work, and he is offering listeners the free gift of a bond calculator. Tune in to this week’s show to find out more.
Rebroadcast of the show with Yahoshua. Contains very important info on Court Bonds.
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Cloverleaf Radio's hosts The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon and Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling's Gremlina welcome Rock and Roll Icon and Actor, Gary "US" Bonds! JOIN US!
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Cloverleaf Radio's hosts The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon and Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling's Gremlina welcome Rock and Roll Legend and Actor, Gary "US" Bonds! JOIN US! Thanks to Marina Anderson for setting up another wonderful guest!
TODAY I GO IN ON SOME OF THE CHAPTERS IN CREDITORS AND THEIR BONDS.
Here is the document: http://www.americanssovereignbulletin.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/UCC-BOE-ARTICLE.pdf Perry vs. The UNITED STATES http://supreme.justia.com/cases/federal/us/294/330/
31 USC § 9303 - Use of eligible obligations instead of surety bonds
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BUSTIN OUT RADIO Airs it's West Coast Wednesday Segment Live from AMG Bail BONDS courtesy of WMRM's CEO Antone Bruse Wane Lucky!
Tune in and hear words from industry insiderand Radio Vet Wen West of W3Radio.
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Presented by Kami, India Irie, Anna & a guest panel of Our Divine Masculine Counterparts
A Credo for My Relationships with Others:
''You and I are in a relationship which I value and want to keep. We are also two separate persons with our own individual values and needs. So that we will better know and understand what each of us values and needs, let us always be open and honest in our communication.
When you are experiencing a problem in your life, I will try to listen with genuine acceptance and understanding in order to help you find your own solutions rather than imposing mine. And I want you to be a listener for me when I need to find solutions to my problems. At those times when your behavior interferes with what I must do to get my own needs met, I will tell you openly and honestly how your behavior affects me, trusting that you respect my needs and feelings enough to try to change the behavior that is unacceptable to me.
Also, whenever some behavior of mine is unacceptable to you, I hope you will tell me openly and honestly so I can try to change my behavior. And when we experience conflicts in our relationship, let us agree to resolve each conflict without either of us resorting to the use of power to win at the expense of the other’s losing. I respect your needs, but I also must respect my own. So let us always strive to search for a solution that will be acceptable to both of us.
Your needs will be met, and so will mine–neither will lose, both will win. In this way, you can continue to develop as a person through satisfying your needs, and so can I. Thus, ours can be a healthy relationship in which both of us can strive to become what we are capable of being. And we can continue to relate to each other with mutual respect, love and peace.
Dr. Thomas Gordon Copyright 1978 Gordon Training International
Gary U.S. Bonds joins host Robin Milling to talk about his new book, By U.S. Bonds, That's My Story. Written with a foreword by Steven Van Zandt, it's an autobiography that's a love story, according to co-writer Stephen Cooper who helped Gary organize his life into 20 chapters.
Impossible as that seems, the stories are classic such as meeting Bruce Springsteen and forming a friendship that still thrives. As Gary recalls Bruce came to his show in New Jersey circa '76 and years later called him to record Dedication. Gary tells Robin he repaid the favor, gifting Bruce a '57 Chevy with 'Dedication' emblazoned on the fender. Bruce still proudly drives it around Jersey.
Gary's career began during the racially charged '50s where music might be color blind but the world certainly wasn't. He says he'd perform at all-white clubs, painfully aware of the segregation, but blended in as an entertainer and never had a problem. It was only touring with Dick Clark's Caravan of Stars in the early '60s that he experienced racism when he couldn't stay at the same hotel as white bands like Bobby Rydell.
At 74, Gary has lived a life of music and still does celebrating his birthday at BB Kings in NYC where musicians come to honor his musical legacy. There's plenty more story to be told.
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