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James Lee Taylor is an English-born, Los Angeles-based actor and writer, born and raised on the beaches of Canvey Island in Essex. His father a comedian and his mother a successful model, James was born with entertainment in his blood. He started modelling at age 15, working with Nivea, Valentino and the coveted Calvin Klein to name just a few, and signed with IMG and Select Model Management. After a decade of modelling, James was introduced to the world of the stage and immediately discovered that acting was his true passion. After honing his craft with the world famous Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in New York, James went on to land the lead roles in two major off-Broadway shows, The Tiger and Tesla. Testing his skills on short film Deep Water, James realised he was most at home on camera. In January 2014, James made the jump out to Los Angeles and signed with Innovative Artists, Schumacher Management and Core MGMT. His commitment to his new path was immediately rewarded when he became the face of the Three Olives Vodka, taking over from brand ambassador Clive Owen. The mesmerising ‘Werewolf of London’ campaign earned James his heartthrob status, which then led to him being cast in BET Network’s Being Mary Jane. His recurring role as Gabrielle Union’s love interest is an exciting and developing story which we look forward to exploring...
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David Lee Summers is the author of eight published novels along with numerous short stories and poems. His writing spans a wide range of the imaginative from science fiction to fantasy to horror. David’s novels include The Solar Sea, which was selected as a Flamingnet Young Adult Top Choice, Vampires of the Scarlet Order, which tells the story of a band of vampire mercenaries who fight evil, and Owl Dance, which is a wild west steampunk adventure. He has two new novels slated for 2016, The Brazen Shark, which is the third in his steampunk series, and The Astronomer’s Crypt, which is a contemporary horror novel set at an astronomical observatory.
His short stories and poems have appeared in such magazines and anthologies as Realms of Fantasy, Cemetery Dance, and Apocalypse 13. In 2010, he was nominated for the Science Fiction Poetry Association’s Rhysling Award. In addition to writing, David edited the quarterly science fiction and fantasy magazine Tales of the Talisman for ten years and has edited three science fiction anthologies: A Kepler’s Dozen, Space Pirates and Space Horrors. When not working with the written word, David operates telescopes at Kitt Peak National Observatory. Learn more about David at davidleesummers.com
Tune in today as Civil Chat with Lee looks at the fallout from the Democratic Debate, Hilary, The "Bern", Martin O'Malley's ridiculous antics and much much more. This is my 60 minute podcast.
Previously recorded-Our guest today is author and minister of the Gospel, David Lee Former church member and friend of TD Jakes. When David found out the tithing teaching was not true and tithing was never money, he wrote a book, Sunday Morning Stick-up, and he was abused and threatened with arrest if he would not leave a "church" service at TD's place there in Texas.
Now what are they afraid of?? Every one has a bible-are they afraid people will actually read it?? Sounds like the "Prosperity Mafia" in action.
Remember the "Catholic Church" killed people as they tried to surpress the publication of the bible, they too were afraid that people would read God's word for themselves and put them out of business. Link to John Blake's article--
The Toronto Raptors are flush with salary cap space. Yes, they need to re-sign Sixth Man award winner Lou Williams, and they'll likely need to give him a significant raise after what he gave them.
But what about getting unrestricted free agents to come to Toronto? It has never been an easy thing to do (last summer's Kyle Lowry re-signing notwithstanding), and Masai Ujiri is going up against some awfully heavy hitters when it comes to going after the likes of LaMarcus Aldridge and his ilk.
If he strikes out on all of the big names, what might Plan B be?
Here's my suggestion: Go get David Lee, who the Golden State Warriors are trying to trade. He is a former All-Star, he is the consummate professional, and he can score in the low block better than Amir Johnson, Chuck Hayes, Patrick Patterson, James Johnson or any of the other power forwards Toronto used last season.
The Warriors have already told Lee they will attempt to move him, and Golden State knows it will not get equal value in return. What is important to the Warriors is ridding themselves of Lee's salary to keep themselves out of luxury tax territory. A future second-round pick might be all it takes to get it done, and adding Lee would give the Raptors a one-year rental on a solid player while keeping intact their cap space for the bonanza summer of 2016.
I tossed that idea at Toronto radio listeners this morning on Sportsnet 590-The Fan, and I also explained the strange free agent status of Atlanta's Paul Millsap -- and how that could be an option, too.
Civil Chat with Lee will at times devote airtime to spiritual matters. Today's 45 minute broadcast looks at intention and what is prevailing in the world energ-wise and finishing up with readings for callers seeking spiritual guidance.
Civil Chat with Lee looks at what's trending on this Throw Back Thursday in the political and social arenas.