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What can you do if your car a gas guzzler? As the price of petroleum continues to rise, many people are converting their cars and motorcycles to electric powered vehicles. Clean transportation enthusiast, Ben Nelson has developed a “Do It Yourself” series to teach people with minimal skills how to build their own electric car. Ben’s educational videos make converting your old gas guzzler easy regardless of whether you are a mechanic or your only experience has been wit
What can you do if your car a gas guzzler? As the price of petroleum continues to rise, many people are converting their cars and motorcycles to electric powered vehicles. Clean transportation enthusiast, Ben Nelson has developed a “Do It Yourself” series to teach people with minimal skills how to build their own electric car. Ben’s educational videos make converting your old gas guzzler easy regardless of whether you are a mechanic or your only experience has been with match
America in the 1800'S. The vast and impenetrable landscape made travel difficult and as a result people tended to live very local lives. But over the next hundred years, roads were built, canals dug, rivers improved, and rails laid, which allowed Americans to spread out and conquer the continent.Road construction was one of the first improvements in American infrastructure. Major cities in the northeast were often connected by post roads, which at first were little more than dirt trails but later were improved with gravel or wooden planks. Travel on these roads was slow going - the trip from Boston to New York, for example, could take up to 3 days by stage coach.Between 1900 and 1950, the United States paved the way to its future. Local, state and federal dollars built millions of miles of roads, opening up new worlds to those who traveled along them.You might think car and truck owners were the force behind good roads. But the first paved roads were a result of a very different lobby. Bicyclists wanted smooth streets for an easier ride. And health reformers fought for them because they were easier to clean than dirt or cobblestone—an important consideration when horses produced over one million pounds of manure a day in some cities. Later, farmers pushed for roads to get their goods to market and truckers lobbied for them between cities.The modern era of roads didn’t begin until 1956 when President Eisenhower signed into law the federal aid highway act. How is can this improve our economy. Reed Chambers to weigh in. For more information on this show go to ladylibertyinstitute log onto our forum here: youthforindependence watch us here: https://www.youtube.com/user/Libertyactionnetwork
Every generation has its own set of behaviors and norms. On this episode of Xerox radio, we discuss how the millennial generation will have a profound impact on the transportation industry. This generation’s behavioral trends will be a game changer for America’s transportation network – forcing it to become less dependent on the automobile and placing a higher value on public transit and other modes of transportation, like biking and walking.
Episode guest, Parker Williams, senior vice president of Transportation Solutions at Xerox has over 30 years of public and private sector transportation experience. Parker will discuss several ways that millennials are changing the industry by choosing to move in very different ways from their Baby Boomer and Generation X peers.
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On this episode of, The House P. I. radio show, the show that's all about houses with Reggie Marston, HGTV's original house detective. This week I'm talking with master plumber, author and trainer Kenny Hart. Kenny has 40 years experience as a plumber and HVAC contractor. Kenny shares his plumbing knowledge and tips on how to avoid common DIY plumbing errors that could seriously affect homeowners that have improperly altered the plumbing system in their homes. Kenny talks about issues such as contaminating your water supply by improperly connecting the potable water to the sewage system or whats commonly refered to as back flow prevention. How would you like to drink the dogs bath water because an improper connection siphoned the bath water into the drinking water supply in the house. Kenny also discusses safety issues with improperly installed water heaters. If a water heater isn't installed properly not only could the owner experience a leak but the water heater can explode.
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Introducing our new host of KLJN 107.7's L&R COMEDY CAFE.....Stand Up Comedian, EVEN STEVENS.
You may have heard him as guest on a few other KLJN's shows, and NOW he's part of the family, by popular demand!
The week has been a mess - Let's Clean It Up with some laughter and fun. Relationships can be hilarious, and EVEN STEVENS will shine a light on the humorous side of LOVE AND RELATIONSHIPS.
Another Clean Glass Production & the Sisterhood Connection Presents: “The Restrictive Law of Islam Is Our Success” by The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan” 914-803-4041, blogtalkradio.com/sion4life - Monday, April 21, 2014 @ 10:00 AM EST or 7:00 AM PST starting from Page 81. "Do not deal with the hypocrite or show sympathy towards them. Once a person rebels against Allah, and becomes an enemy to Allah and His Messenger—whether they are in your family or not—you can’t show sympathy toward them.” This presentation is with our Beloved Sister Charisse Muhammad Tune In...In Peace...(As-Salaam Alaikum)
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As you Spring clean your closets is it time to do the same in your pantry and refrigerator? What about your snack drawer at work? Join me and my guest Tambra Raye Stevens as she shares how we can get the junk out our diets to eat healthier and feel better.
Honored as the 2014 "Nutrition Hero" by Food & Nutrition Magazine, Tambra Raye is an inspiring speaker, writer, and food justice advocate. The award-winning Tufts-trained health communicator has emerged as a media source on healthy eating and living with appearances on NBC’s The Grio, WHUR-FM, Huff Post, Washington Post, Sirius XM Radio, NBC Nightly News, BET.com, TheRoot.com, and New America Media. She has spoken at Library of Congress, US Department of Agriculture, WK Kellogg Foundation, Howard University, American Public Health Association, and National Association of Black Journalists to name a few.
We're getting inspired for design online with DIY Network’s resident Kitchen Crasher and interior designer and style-maven Alison Victoria. Chris Terrell talks HomeAdvisor, how to get home improvement advice and connect with the contractor that’ll get your job done right. And Better Homes & Gardens illuminating editor Jill Waage shines a light on design and decor trends from the pages of the magazine. Built by Kids founder Tim Dahl talks about how to get kids involved in
ENVISION THIS: Walking the talk of solving the planetary climate crisis
Billy Rixon of Freeport, Maine, is dedicated to ending our dependence on fossil fuels and building a healthy, sustainable life for people and the planet. In a letter to the editor of the Portland Press Herald, Billy said:
“In light of the winter weather we have experienced this year, some people have questioned the validity of global warming. Perhaps “climate disruption” would be a better way of understanding what is going on throughout the country, as “climate disruption” doesn’t always mean warming in every location. Western droughts and wildfires, the Colorado floods, Southern deep freezes, “megastorms” and polar vortexes are all part of a pattern that has been predicted by scientists studying climate change. The rapid warming and melting of the polar ice cap occurring in the Arctic have led to a weakening of the jet stream, pushing it far to the north in the western part of our continent and dipping down far to the south in the east. We can expect more severe weather events as this process accelerates. Isn’t it time we consider the long-range consequences of climate change and do everything we can to moderate its impact on future generations?”
As a grassroots organizer at 350 Maine, Billy advocates for total divestment of all state monies in fossil fuels; supports the student-led effort to convince Bowdoin College to divest; advocates for a decentralized renewable energy system that is guided by people and not profit margins; and joined a 70-mile walk in Cape Cod to back clean energy.
Let’s walk a mile in his moccasins.
Another Clean Glass Production & the Sisterhood Connection Presents: “The Restrictive Law of Islam Is Our Success” by The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan” 914-803-4041, blogtalkradio.com/sion4life - Monday, April 14, 2014 @ 10:00 AM EST or 7:00 AM PST starting from Page 79. "Do not commit acts of violence on ourselves or others. In this world, power is what moves people, and it is the misuse of weapons which causes us to commit acts of violence in the name of having “power.” Tune In...In Peace with our Beloved Sister Charisse Muhammad (As-Salaam Alaikum)
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