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You have just been involved in an accident, what should you do? What do you do next? What documentation, who do you contact? What should you take pictures of? Is it recordable? Is the towing really necessary? Is DOT testing required?
DISCLAIMER: We do not pretend to have all the answers nor know all the regulations, rules and rights. Remember states have the right to adopt all or some of the Federal Regulations so you must know your state laws as well as the Federal laws. We offer an arena to discuss both our and your experiences and best practices. Please keep in mind our goal is to improve the safety of our highways and byways across our great nation. We humbly defer to the regulatory agencies both state and federal to help all of us be the safest we can be.
We encourage everyone to contact the appropriate regulatory agency directly, however if you are not comfortable doing that please contact the Safety Mentor.
Inspite of what may happen in life, positive attitude with direction goes a long way in restoring happiness. The pain and suffering sustain by car accidents is often unexpected and makes one future uncertain. Learning to live day by day can help manage expectations, problems, worries, along with anything else which comes your way. Join me, ESTRA today for exploring how to live a better life in the midst of adversity.
Join us Tuesday as we explore cases of missing persons and unsloved murders. To kick off the conversation, we've chosen five cases - three from Minnesota and two from South Jersey / Philadelphia, familiar to our co-hosts.
Heidi Firkus: Fatally shot in her home in St Paul, MN on April 25, 2010. Her husband was home at the time but he is not talking. The killing remains unsolved.
Anne Barber Dunlap: Found dead in the trunk of her car in 1996. Although the husband remains a suspect, the murder is unsolved.
Jacob Wetterling: Kidnapped in 1989 at age 11 while riding his bike in St Joseph, MN. He remains missing.
Danielle Imbo and Richard Petrone Jr: Went missing on February 19, 2005, after leaving a Philadlelphia bar headed home to South Jersey. The have never been found.
Erica Crippen Crosby: Last seen with her husband at a South Jersey restaurant on New Years Eve, 2014. Husband was arrested after police found forensic evidence in the trunk of his car to charge him. Her body remains missing.
We'll be talking about these cases and others as time allows. Families are searching for answers.
CALL US at 1-347-850-8445 and join the conversation!
Brain Awareness Day! SYNAPTIK FOUNDATION. Come out to The Learning Tree at 801 Bartholdi Street in the Bronx this Saturday from 1-5pm for Pi and Brain Awareness Day.
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Saturday March 14th
SYNAPTIK FOUNDATION. Come out to The Learning Tree at 801 Bartholdi Street in the Bronx this Saturday from 1-5pm for Pi and Brain Awareness Day.
The most complex object in the known universe, the brain, only uses 20 watts of power.
It would require a nuclear power plant to energize a computer the size of a cit block to mimic
your brain. Brain Awareness Day! LavonneHunter@gmail.com
Lavonne Hunter earned a dual BA in Psychology and Special Honors Curriculum, and MS in Secondary Adolescent Education in Biological Sciences from Hunter College. Trained as a research scholar in neurobiology, Ms. Hunter served as the Science Learning Coordinator of the Minority Access to Career (MARC) program coaching MARC scholars, and taught the fundamentals of biomedical research to undergraduates for two years before teaching adolescents. Celebrating her 11th year in New York City classrooms, Ms. Hunter currently teaches 8th Grade Science in the Bronx
O Ms. Hunter actively shares her work presenting workshops on student-led and place-based learning for the World Maker Faire, Alternative Education Resource Organization, and Math for America. Ms. Hunter garners inspiration from two quotes:
1. “Start where you are, with what you have, make something of it, and never be satisfied” – George Washington Carver
2. “The problem with the US educational system is that it rewards students for answering questions they never asked”.
Learning ways to survive a car accident helps both with physical and emotional recovery. The shock of being placed in a position which can feel helpless in more ways than can be counted, can be counteracted by gaining insight to this experience, and possible options to aid in restoration. Join me, ESTRA in talking about ways to survive a car accident.
P.S. Happy Birthday Martin Luther King, Jr. and Seahawks Congratulations!
HOW DO YOU DISCHARGE A CRIMINAL CASE?
CAN I MAKE PURCHASES USING THE UCC PROCESS?
WHAT IS A SETOFF OR AN OFFSET?
WHAT ARE THE RULES OF THE GAME?
TODAY WE ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS AND MANY MORE!
On Monday, January 26 at 7:00 PM, we’ll talk to two distinguished ladies from the Bronx, who saw a need in their community, and united to address it. The result was an organization that helps families trapped within the shelter system restore their strength. We’ll talk to Gisselle Brea and “La Nena”, the founders of “The G & N Project”. We’ll find out what they do personally to help nurture the spirit of women and families victimized by abuse, and we’ll talk about what motivates them to carry on in their noble pursuit!
Explore their website at www.gandnproject.org or find them on Facebook!!
We gladly take your calls at 646-721-9605. Monday night on The Vent Man channel.
This week Luis J Gomez sits down with Zack Amico, Chris Scopo, and finally... special guest Adrienne Iapalucci, to discuss family, friends, and possibly killing a dog or two.
Follow @LuisJGomez @ChrisScopo @zacisnotfunny @AIapalucci and @StandUpNYLabs.
Go to www.StandUpNY.com to see when Luis is performing live. Listen to all our other great podcasts at www.StandUpNYLabs.com
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1st HOUR: Law and Disorder Radio is a weekly, independent radio program airing on several stations across the United States and broadcasting on the web. Law and Disorder gives listeners access to rare legal perspectives on issues concerning civil liberties, privacy, right to dissent and the horrendous practices of torture exercised by the US government. This program examines the political forces and legislation that are moving the United States into a police state.
Three top progressive lawyers host the program and bring an amazing, diverse line up of guests from grassroots activists to politically mindful authors. Most importantly, Law and Disorder brings access to attorneys who give insights to some of the most controversial cases the show is the generator of news within the radio echo-chamber throughout the country.
We are growing and changing every day, yet in most cases, we think that we are not changing at all. What has changed in us in the last five years of our lives, of life in general, that reminds us we are always growing and learning and thriving in life? How does what we know now help us to think outside of the boxes we were in and realize as well, that anything is possible once we can see how much we have grown without even noticing! Imagine noticing and using that knowledge to encourage ourselves to live and find our dreams? Tune in and Join in on the conversation today at 5:30 AM, PST!
Arlene Iaquinto was born in the Bronx, New York, to a middle class Italian family. She developed her love for cooking from her mother-in-law, Lucia Franco. While observing Lucia’s passion for preparing special dishes for her family during the Christmas holiday, Arlene developed the same passion for meal preparation not only during the holidays but whenever family would gather for meals. This strong sense of family and love of cooking prompted her to write down the recipes handed down to her by Lucia. Arlene shares the traditions of an Italian family and hopes to pass those traditions and her love of cooking that Lucia inspired to others through this book.
White Privilege - 1) A right, advantage, or immunity granted to or enjoyed by white persons beyond the common advantage of all others; 2) an exemption in many particular cases from certain burdens or liabilities; 3) A special advantage or benefit of white persons; 4) display of white privilege, a social expression of a white person or persons demanding to be treated as a member or members of the socially privileged class.
Today, we are afforded the gains of astounding technical advantages that range from phones being the size of credit cards, to cars that start with the push of a button. However, with all the creations and inventions that are supposed to make our lives easier and more enjoyable, we still are battling with prejudice and racism.
On this episode of Hot Topics Talk Radio, we’re going to tackle the term and subject matter of white privilege, as it relates to how we (black and white) live among each other, and how some may feel about what advantage they have over another simply because of the color of their skin.
Join us on Wednesday, March 4, 2015, at 8:00pm PST/11:00pm EST, to discuss the “Face of White Privilege”, and how it shows up in our everyday lives.
You’re invited to listen and comment on this very controversial topic by calling (646)200-3148. Or listen from your computer at: http://www.hottopicstalkradio.com/hot-topics-talk-radio.html, or listen and join the chatroom here on BlogTalkRadio.
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