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Take calls, questions from the chat, and discuss paranormal news articles relevant to today.
We will be interviewing Brian Parsons.
From his site, BrianDParsons.com:
Brian has authored four books on the subject of paranormal group operation, including his unique "E4" Method designed for client-centered cases, and currently has new book projects in the works. He has worked with the ParaNexus Anomalous Research Association for several years and served as the Research Director, Treasurer, and sat on the Board of Directors until the corporation voted to dissolve in January 2012. He remains a member and still serves as the Anomalous News Coordinator. Brian also hosts the Paranormal News Insider segment of the Grand Dark Conspiracy podcast which airs Monday nights at 10 P.M. eastern on the Shark Radio Network.
Read more at http://briandparsons.com/bio.html#k3HxH1PvZVyEQu7e.99
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MBS IS (defind) a type of asset backed security that is secured by a mortgage or better known as a collection (pool).
Mortgage Backed Securities stopped two years ago when rising default destoryed Investor's appetite for BOND'S.
THERE HERE AGAIN "INVESTOR'S" liking Mortgage Backed Securities again.
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This show we will cover words that have different meaning to different people at different times. Words like Thirsty, Love, Caring. everyone has different meanings, Sowe wanna here from you. We also want to to know what Defines you. Call in and tell a Defining Moment in your life!!! Tune In Life is a Movie!!!
"Labels put people in boxes, and those boxes are shaped like coffins." Because labeling as Butch or Femme means what?
Some say "Labels don't matter"
"If you are unlabeled, how do you defind yourself?
Your label is no-label, "Normal". If you are gay and say, "I don't believe in labels how do you introduce yourself.
How could we do away with labels and include all the members of the community and our allies who support us, no matter how they identify themselves on the gender and gender-identity spectra?
Our community has come a long way since we first marched over 40 years ago. More and more people in the United States and elsewhere are comfortable expressing pride in who they are, which is encouraging. However, daily headlines, both from far away in the world and closer to home, are a cruel reminder that many still face discrimination, ostracism, even threats of bodily harm and death, merely because of who they are and whom they love. Do labels help us as a community or do they just keep us in a box?