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  • 00:31

    The Problem With Convenience

    in Comedy

    Convenience! Too many people are just too convenient! Convenient hoes, convenient racism, convenient morals, convenient bitches! How convenient are you? Listen up and find out. How convenient are you?
     

  • 02:00

    Is It Really Love Or Is It Just Financial Convenience?

    in Women

    "He loves me, he bought me an expensive gift!" How often do we hear this kind of statement? Money means different things to different people and in a relationship when you put a price tag on love, you could very easily be setting yourself up for a disaster. Is it really love or is it just financial convenience? And should you accept expensive gifts from someone you don't particularly care about? What are signs of real love? Is spending money the only sign? How do know when it's safe to trust someone with your money? When it is appropriate to spend money on an expensive gift for someone?

  • 03:00

    Is It Really Love Or Is It Just A Financial Convenience?

    in Women

    The Female Solution w/ Naimah Latif


     "He loves me, he bought me an expensive gift!" How often do we hear this kind of statement? Money means different things to different people and in a relationship when you put a price tag on love, you could very easily be setting yourself up for a disaster. Is it really love or is it just a financial convenience? And should you accept expensive gifts from someone you don't particularly care about? What are signs of real love? Is spending money the only sign? How do you know when it's safe to trust someone with your money? When is it appropriate to spend money on expensive gifts?

  • 00:43

    Jewel Amethyst Now in the Heart of the Hurricane

    in Writing

    Jewel Amethyst was born and raised on the lovely island of St. Kitts in the Caribbean. Jewel's debut novel, A Marriage of Convenience received 4 stars from Romantic Times. Her holiday romance story, From SKB with Love is part of the Holiday Brides anthology of romance stories which includes stories by Farrah Rochon and Stefanie Worth.


    With intimate romantic themes and a strong multicultural essence, Jewel's stories are greatly influenced by her Caribbean roots. Jewel lives with her husband and three kids in Maryland where she enjoys writing both romance and women's fiction. She has a passion for writing poetry and short stories emphasizing Kittitian culture and language, and is a romantic at heart.


    The Player
    When Kyle agrees to be the best man at his best friend’s destination wedding in Dominica, he has one thing on his mind: partying. But all that changes when a powerful hurricane strikes the island and he finds himself trapped in a village and falling hard and fast for the indigenous beauty queen, Alia Graneau.


    The Planner
    Alia Graneau has goals that do not include men, least of all an immature, irresponsible American party-animal like Kyle. But the hurricane devastates more than her beautiful island; it wreaks havoc on her heart when she falls under Kyle’s spell and is forced to choose between her ambition, her love for her country and her love for Kyle Robinson.


    Can their love, born in a hurricane, survive the ravages of real life?

  • 02:06

    Straight talk: convenience or freedom

    in Politics Conservative

    California is dumping a trillion gallons of fresh Water in the ocean. Only liberals would declare a water shortage disaster after spending years dumping good, fresh water into the ocean to protect a non-endangered bait fish.


     California is dumping trillions of gallons of fresh water into the ocean, creating a man-made disaster, to protect an non-endangered bait fish. California is dumping trillions of gallons of fresh water into the ocean, creating a man-made disaster, to protect an non-endangered bait fish.  For years now, the southern 1/3 of the beautiful San Joaquin Valley’s farmland has been turned into a “man-made” dust bowl.


    The Department of Homeland Security is set to purchase over 62 million rounds of ammo typically used in AR-15 semi-automatic rifles, just weeks after the ATF was forced to back down on a ban on M855 bullets.


     A posting on FedBizOpps.gov this week reveals that the DHS is looking to contract with a company to provide 12.6 million rounds of .223 Remington ammunition per year for a period of five years – totaling 62.5 million bullets.


    At least five Walmart stores throughout the country have announced that they are closing for up to six months due to plumbing issues.


    Stores in California, Texas, Florida, and Oklahoma closed Tuesday with little to no warning, in some cases without even letting the city know, leaving thousands of people without jobs Walmart claims employees can move to another store) and sparking widespread theories as to the real reason for the abrupt closure.


    In California, Exploding “Smart Meters” Spy on Your Water Use:Government’s latest Orwellian tools to spy on citizens, known as “smart meters,” are literally blowing up and catching fire, risking lives and property to facilitate what even officials acknowledge amounts to intrusive state surveillanc


     

  • American Tennis with Coach Chuck Kriese - August 26, 2015

    in Sports

    American Tennis with Coach Chuck Kriese - Broadcast August 26, 2015 - The Recent legislative politics of the ITA has made the playing field in collegiate tennis one more designed for convenience than for training.  The element of 'player development' and training for something beyond college tennis is in jeapardy.  No-Ad scoring and reduced matches and training time make the concept of getting better and going on to play at a higher level one that is quite suspect.  coach kriese and guest speak of the recent dumb-down in the training aspect of collegiate athletics as the ITA has promoted 'Entertainment over Education' and college tennis is in danger of becoming an 'After school activity' instead of a great collegiate sport that it once was.

  • 00:06

    Psychic View w/Mona Van Joseph

    in Spirituality

    Each Wednesday at 5PM (Pacific Time), Las Vegas Psychic, Mona Van Joseph hosts her interactive and informative radio broadcast. Mona is famous in Las Vegas as Mystic Mona. You may have seen her on the popular reality series, Sister Wives, or on one of the local Fox or NBC affilates.


    Since 2003, Psychic View is the psychic call-in radio program where YOU can ask that question to get the clarity you need... to move forward in your most authentic vibration. Mona is a professionally licensed psychic in Las Vegas since 2002. The Psychic Arts license requires a criminal background investigation by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department and is the only appropriate license for psychics in Clark County.


    You can email Mona with your phone number for the program (Mona (at) MysticMona (.) Com) and she will do her best to make sure you get on the air to ask your question. Mona is also available for phone and in-person sessions (in Las Vegas) by appointment. Call 702-571-0461 to schedule your personal reading or go to www.mona.vegas


    Her book, Chancing Life, Wisdom in a Dice Toss is now the Dice Wisdom app for iPhone and Android. Go to DiceWisdom.com to discover how you can have your question(s) answered at your convenience right on your phone! Only $1.99 for all the questions you could possiblity think to ask.


    Thank you for tuning into Psychic View...and remember, The Present Moment IS the Gift!

  • LIVE! with Cathi---LOOKS DO MATTER!

    in Fitness

    LOOKS DO MATTER..THE WORLD OF TUA....


    Guest Camlynn Tran, TUA-VISO U.S. representative.


    You can look younger than you are longer than you ever thought possible!


    Discover how some of the best faces in the U.S. and Europe ae doing it and NOW YOU CAN TOO and in the privacy of your home at your convenience.


    Imagine a state-of-the-art technology that breathes new life into facial skin without surgery.


    Think about this, we exercise our bodies and then what do we do, we cover our bodies and all that work hidden for no one to see.  I ask WHAT ARE YOU DOING FOR YOUR FACE?


    STAY TUNED...


    The FACE the only part of the body you/we don't COVER...etc


    Improve your SELF-IMAGE...etc.


    Aging is on a cellular level...etc.


    Simply done, anytime anywhere...etc.


    INVEST IN YOU...etc.


     

  • 01:19

    WIIM Radio: End of August Edition

    in Hockey

    We had a relatively quiet two weeks in Red Wings land since our last episode, but we got dropped a big ol' dumb bomb a few hours before recording, so we sure had plenty to talk about in this episode. I was joined by Jeff, Kyle, and Joe for the main show and of course Michelle provided us with another excellent prospects report.


    Here's how it all went down:


     



    The Dan Cleary rumor that won't die.
    The Power of Love Zetterberg.
    Johan Franzen and the incredible humanizing effect of his Instagram account.
    Digger Rankings!
    Prospect Report.
    Western Conference Preview (in which we all agree Colorado still sucks a bunch).
    Reader Questions


     


    Go ahead and give us a listen either streaming straight from the embedded widget above or right at our Blogtalk Radio page. You can also download the episode for listening at your own convenience and you can find us on iTunes by searching for Winging It In Motown.


    Thanks for listening and LGRW!

  • 02:01

    Why We Must Never Forget Vietnam

    in Politics Conservative

    This week we look back at the Vietnam War through the lens of the new movie "Ride the Thunder." Filmmaker and former Marine Richard Botkin discusses his latest film, and what he wants future generations to remember about the war. Former INS special agent Michael Cutler will also be here to talk about the repercussions of sanctuary city policies, and Fox News' Judith Miller returns to talk about the latest news about the Iran nuclear deal. Listen live this Saturday at Noon ET, or to the archive at your convenience.


    Don Smith is a business executive, and fiscal conservative. As seen on Fox News, CBS, PBS, Next Generation TV, and heard on various syndicated radio broadcasts around the country, “The Don Smith Show” takes the complex issues facing this nation and breaks them down in an easy to understand format. Tune in every Saturday at Noon ET for all the latest political news.


    The Don Smith Show “where it’s ok to be a conservative,” brings you the most in-depth coverage of all the latest political news. While the liberal media currently dominates the airwaves, now there is an alternative. Listen to The Don Smith Show every Saturday at Noon ET to hear great interviews with people like Ted Nugent, Dinesh D'Souza, Col. Allen West, Charlie Daniels, Gov. Scott Walker, Pat Boone, Chuck Woolery, Ben Shapiro, Jon Voight, Deneen Borelli, NRA President Jim Porter, Victoria Jackson, and many more leading conservatives.

  • 01:59

    Interview with Antwynette Houston: "I Survived a Policeman's Brutal Attack"

    in Radio

    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.