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Do you consider yourself an honest person or are you really just plain rude?!?
If we are truly honest with ourselves, we understand that being rude is merely the expression of transient and fleeting ego thoughts that we express to relieve our own fear, pain and suffering. We articulate our temporary feelings of impatience, frustration, anger, resentment and jealousy purely to ease our own discomfort and pain. It is not "being honest" to voice every thought that pops into our head. This is not honesty, it is pain avoidance!
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A man disemboweled a woman because of the thought that he might not own her.
This is the most brutal story we've ever covered.
Phoenix Calida gives a very hardcore inside look at some Chicago Politics.
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We have Jim Hight Tower, Brad & Desi, and Big Gay News.
Chris Christie: New Jersey Governor Tells State's National Guard Leader to Lose Weight
Christie has given Air Force Brig. Gen. Michael Cunniff 90 days to get in shape, a spokesman for the governor wrote in a statement. Cunniff had been reprimanded by the Pentagon for his weight.
Noam Chomsky: Political Commentator Says Other GOP Candidates Are Similar to Donald Trump
"Trump may be comic relief, but it’s not that different from the mainstream, which I think is more important," Chomsky said about the Republican party Saturday at The New School in New York City.
Supermoon Eclipse: Total Lunar Eclipse to Coincide with Full Moon Event on Sept. 27
The supermoon eclipse will be visible at 10:11 p.m. EDT Sunday in North and South America, Europe, Africa, and parts of Asia, according to NASA. This kind of eclipse has not occurred since 1982.
Christina Ricci: Photo, Believed to Be Edited, Shows Actress as Character Morticia Addams
The photo shows Ricci, who played Wednesday in the 1991 film "The Addams Family," dressed as her former on-screen mother, played by Anjelica Huston. The origin of the photo is unknown.
For investors, a brutal week ended Friday with prices plunging for stocks and commodities. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 531 to 16,460, a 3.12 percent drop.
Oil's tumble was especially notable. For a while, West Texas crude was trading below $40 a barrel — the first time that happened since March 2009. It finished at $40.45, marking an eight-week stretch of price declines — the longest losing streak since 1986.
Want to play it safe and just earn interest on your savings? Sorry. The yield on a 10-year Treasury note also fell, down to just 2.05 percent, the lowest level since April.
So what's an investor supposed to do?
Experts are mixed about the outlook. Some say not to worry too much: This downturn was an inevitable "correction," following one of the longest bull runs in U.S. history.
For example, the S&P 500 index of stocks has risen five out of the past six years. On Friday, it fell 3.19 percent to 1,971. But that's just a hair below where it was last year at this time. So if you have been invested for six years, you're still ahead of the game.
From this viewpoint, the August rout is just part of the typical "sawtooth" pattern that characterizes the stock market. Prices can zigzag up and down, up and down. Over time, you make money because you are patient, and assume the "down" zigs are smaller than the "up" zags.Instead of fretting, investors should be looking for opportunities to buy shares at low prices before they resume their climb.
Maybe this stock plunge signals something much worse than a simple correction. Maybe prices are plunging because a new global recession is taking hold, making any rebound impossible for a long time.
My cohost for tonight's show is none other than Hollywood Rick Brutal with The Unstoppable Super Show airing on Tuesdays on the Back 2 Basics Network.
Late one night in August 2013, Antwynette Houston pulled up at a local convenience store near her home in Louisville, Kentucky. She was approached by off-duty officer, Scott Sturgeon, who began to confront and harass her about the way she parked her car. According to the police report, Ms. Houston first parked in a handicap space without realizing it, and then moved her car to another space when Sturgeon told her to move. After Ms. Houston moved her car, Sturgeon was not satisfied because the car was allegedly crooked, and touching the painted line on one side of the parking space. He then became aggressive with her, accusing her of being drunk and demanding her ID. Frightened, Ms. Houston called 911 to request backup and told the off-duty officer that she was going to wait for them to arrive because she was afraid of him. Next, the unthinkable happened and was captured on a security camera. Oh, and by the way, Ms. Houston's son, who was 9 years old at the time, was in the car and witnessed the entire incident. Tune in to hear her frightening story.
In this episode we will open the lines up for our guest and play our in the studio interview with Imhotep Fatiu after his return from the Mother Land (Africa).
Open the lines up to talk about current events and business
Q and A with Listeners
Casual conversation with Brother Sankofa and Minister Ausar
A brutal truth in this age of perception. This is RossTalk for the week of January 26, 2015. In RossTalk, strategic communications consultant Gary M. Ross takes a 90-second look at issues in the news and how they relate to best practices in communications. New episodes are usually posted on Mondays. www.garymross.com @garyrosschicago
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