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Check out this interview with Chas Carrier of C&C Residential, a high volume real estate investing company. Chas and his team consistently buy over 100 houses a year, an achievement which simply can't be done without a strong team, and a very capable operator. In this show, we talk about how Chas left a lucrative career in corporate america to become a real estate investor, and how his corporate management background prepared him well to operate a scaled up real estate investing company.
Ka'Deem Carey. De'Anthony Thomas. Lache Seastrunk. Names of the top running backs in the nation. Tucked away from the BIG 12 and PAC 12 Conferences there is another name that you are likely to get to know moving forward. His name Kasey Carrier the returning senior at New Mexico who broke out last season rushing for 1,469 yards. In 2012, he carried for the football 30 times or more in three games. The intriguing thing to take note of is Carrier is not 6'0 and 225 pounds he is roughly 5'9 and 185 soaking wet. Proving to be a fast, shifty runner that is extremely durable for his size. Listen in with one of the Lobos team captains talking New Mexico football.
Richard Carrier received a PhD in ancient history from Columbia University in 2008. He is author of the books "Sense and Goodness without God," "Proving History" and "Not the Impossible Faith," as well as numerous print and online articles.
In this episode, Carrier lends his expertise as we tackle the question, did the Jesus of the bible exist?
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Join me and Jason Grantz, QPA, AIFA as we discuss the challenges Advisors face when working with carriers in the DC Space.
Can you differentiate yourself by not taking on all comers? Is choosing the right client and right partner more important than how large either of them may be?
Listen in to find out!
"Where are the Carriers?"
Whenever the expected unexpected happens on the globe, that is the question that is often asked first. As our nation also faces one of its greatest budget crisis - it is also one that the budget cutters are asking as well.
What is the status of our carrier force as we approach 2012 and what possible directions are we heading? Is the carrier more important in supporting our national strategy than it used to be, or less? Are we buying the right kind of systems to go on and in our carriers? Are we buying enough? How are we assessing our technology risk as we bring in new tools?
Our guest for the full hour will be J. Talbot Manvel, CAPT, USN (Ret.), presently teaching at the U.S. Naval Academy and is a frequent writer on issues of carrier issues and larger Navy policy issues. In the course of his career he served on three carriers and led development o f the maintenance plan for the Nimitz class and design of the Ford class carriers.
Natonne Elaine Kemp welcomes Toni Carrier and Robin Foster for a discussion of the LowCountry Africana. Toni Carrier (M.A.) is the Founder of LowcountryAfricana, a free website dedicated to African American genealogy and history in SC, GA and FL. Lowcountry Africana, sponsored by the Magnolia Plantation Foundation of Charleston, SC, is currently working with descendants of slaveholders and descendants of slaves, to document the history and genealogy of enslaved communities on Drayton fami
(126) Harold R. "Hal" Austin, Colonel US Air Force, Retired
I want to Thank, Colonel Austin, Patricia Horzec, Greg Kuster,Francis Gary Powers Jr. Gordon Bergslien and to all the staff and volunteers at the Museum for making Today happen
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Harold R. "Hal" Austin, Colonel US Air Force, Retired
Military career, 33+ years, entered US Army aviation cadet program September 1943. Retired as US Air Force Colonel, January 1977. Career highlights: Instructor pilot Air Training Command; pilot, Troop Carrier 1946/47; pilot Berlin Airlift 1948/49; in the Strategic Air Command (SAC) 25 years; Aircraft Commander, Squadron Commander, Staff Officer in SAC Headquarters, Base Commander and a SAC Aircraft Wing Commander. Also, staff officer with Joint Staff in Pentagon 1966/69. Command pilot, 10,000 hours flying hours in 22 different military aircraft. Cold War visual photo over flight of Soviet Union in RB-47E May, 1954. Awards-DFC w/oak Leaf cluster, Legion of Merit w/2 olc, Air Medal and MSM.
Education: Brownfield High School, Texas; Air Command and Staff School; Air War College, Maxwell Field; Bachelor’s degree, University of Nebraska, Omaha; Master’s Degree, George Washington University, Washington DC.
Following retirement from the US Air Force; became a Stock Broker, Dean Witter; Member, Chair, Riverside Military Affairs Committee; Board member, Marketing Chief, Air Force Village West 1987/89; Co-owner, Board Member Call America (a long distance telephone company); Board Member, Past President March Field Museum Foundation; member, Past President Magnolia Center Rotary Club, Riverside. Life member; Order of Daedalians, Military Officer Association, Air Force Association and DFC Society.
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I come from a long line of Thomas's who were the full bloods of the original Keetoowah society. I was given my name by a Powhatan sundancer and pipe carrier. I am the last living elder in my family. We become an elder at 52 and 1/4 years. I am 59 now.
I am a traditional mens dancer, a pipe carver and carrier. I teach native culture overseas to bridge gaps in the understanding of our traditions. My teachers were Ojibwa, Navajo, Kiowa Apache. My Clan is Wolf. My color is Red and my wood is Hickory. I am a Viet Nam vereran ( former USMC 1st Marine Div. grunt ) I served 15 years as an Advanced EMT and Class 1 firefighter in Cochise County Arizona and Northern Indiana.
I don't beLIEve. I know. Here's what I know. We are born in a dream. We live in a dream. It is not until we "die" That we awaken. Not everything is a conspiricy. Most of our prophecies have come true. There's no such thing as death. There is an afterlife. There's also a beforelife.
There are UFO's and Aliens but they prefer to be called star people. Some are good and some are not so good. There are spirits. Some are good and some are not so good. There is a need for a great purification of this Earth. It will come and it will be soon. We all have a destination. It's called home. Earth is a short stop over for us to see how we handle assholes. ( so far, not too good ) I know everything and I know nothing. I have a sense of humor.
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William LaBarge: Author, Navy Pilot and Top Gun
In the Air: an interview with carrior pilot veteran, bestselling author and Top Gun Bill LaBarge.
TOP GUN William H. LaBarge- is a Twenty-Three-Year Navy Carrier Pilot Veteran, with many of those years working for SOG (special operation group). LaBarge retired as a Commercial Airline Pilot after twenty years and is a member of the Writers Guild of America. He is the National Bestselling Author of, Aviation Book of the Year, ”Sweetwater Gunslinger 201”, along with “Hornets Nest”, “Road to Gold” and “Desert Voices”. He served as a technical advisor for the movies, “Final Countdown”, “TopGun”, “FireFox” and the TV series “JAG”. Bill and his wife live in California for more information on William LaBage you can visit his web site: www.WilliamLaBarge.com
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