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Live interview with Phenola Culbreath-Smith the second African American Stewardess hired by Delta Air Lines in 1966. Enjoy her personal stories about breaking the color barriers as a pioneer in aviation. Listen to her exciting stories of the exciting places she traveled Domestic and International, while meeting exciting people, learning new cultures and fulfilling her dreams modeling and being the first African American stewardess to appear in Delta commericals. The show really becomes interesting when we were joined by Patricia Grace Murphy, the first African American Stewardess Delta hired and Deborah Holmes our dear friend and retired Delta Flight Attendant.
We close the show honoring October as being breast cancer awareness month. Phenola is a cancer survivor and gives us some valuable information about her victory with cancer and educates the audience about the signs of ovarian cancer.
Our guest today is Jono Fisher, film-maker, lifesstyle designer and founder of Lifestyle Magnet. His work spans video for mobile and web, TV commericals, documentaries and commercial photography. He specializes in helping clients get the most for what they invest in video and photography in marketing and advertising. He will talk about his life-changing event in the mountains of Spain. http://www.JonoFisher.com
Sex sells somethings not everything, Men would spend their money on flesh and women do not mind selling a pound or two of their flesh to the men. Okay lets talk about this cliche and discuss why is it so necessary to promote and introduce sex into different types of advertisements and businesses. Sex is beautiful and beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. Sex creates pleasure, excitement, creativity and memories for lots of audiences. Sex is universal and it can be understood in any culture or language. Sex really does get more attention from both male and female for promotions and advertisements, there is more interest in the product.
We also have the STD, QTD, RTD, On the Couch, and ASK MVP. Call in 656.478.0355 or tweet the show @realtalkmvp.
I'm experimenting with my first broadcast and my good friend Brian Lucknasuwan joining me. Call in and join our conversation as we talk about life! Brian is a commericial director for past 9yr and now moved from Southeast Asia back to the US.
The topics of Fathers and Males in general are talked about in today's radio show.
In today's society Good Fathers and Good Males are needed in even more.
Lets talk about some subjects relating to Good Fathers and Good Males.
The Importance of Fathers and Good Male Figures in a kid or kids lives.
The Impact of various commericals and tv shows relating to Good Fathers and Males.
Some Men's Health Subjects.
It is more than time for a new awakening on these and other issues.
The NHL and the NBA in full playoff mood.Major League Baseball gets the fires burning
Talk about the NCAA and what needs to be change... Coaches can no longer get millions while the STUDENT-ATHLETE gets 1 year stipend. Coaches can transfere and continue while players have to set out a year, Coaches can make commericals while Students cannot, Northwestern forming a Union, The O Bannon Case, and the Louisville Case-Ware-broken leg incident, News of the Week.
With the Cove Caravan Crew. Michael Loius Ingram from The Soul Patrol and Soul Tree Radio in the Raw, Pad Nation and The Batchelor Pad and Cowboy Reggie Howell of WCLM 1450 Richmond Va., The Mighty O-ba of WUFO 1080 Buffalo New York and the 707 with the 609.
call in 646-727-3649 with your questions and yours thoughts THIS IS A DISABLED FRIENDLY SHOW onwww.blogtalkradio.com THE GRAY LEOPARD COVE THIS SAT. 1 PAC 4 EASTERN TIME
Ryne and Brian discuss Super Bowl XLVIII. Angela joins us to review the best and worst of the Super Bowl commercials while Bryan will give us his take on why Seattle won.
Super Bowl recap: Do the 2013 Seattle Seahawks belong in the same category as the '85 Bears and 2000 Ravens?
Suck-ass Super Bowl commercials
Martin O'Malley kinda sort of admits to mistakes with the Baltimore jail scandal and Obamacare rollout.
Blame income inequality on Martin O'Malley
News O the Weird
Prior to June of 1967 interracial marriage was illegal. There was a time when staring at a White woman alone would get you hung. There was a time when Black women were raped and forced into sexual exploitations against their will. As of today, we now see more interracial relationships. We now have commericals, blogs, tv shows, and movies encouraging interracial relationships. So we gotta ask, does love really have a color? Have we become too judgmental in regards to love and relationships? Are we disgracing our families by dating outside of our race? Are we diluting our true bloodlines by stepping out of our race? Tonight join us and our panel as we discuss this topic.