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History repeating itself. The bible says that there is "nothing new under the sun", and so it is. On tonight's program we compare and contrast Adolf Hitler's Enabling Act of 1933 with Obamacare of 2013. The parallels will astound you! With your radio host and bible teacher, Geoffrey Grider of Now The End Begins. "The thing that hath been, it is that which shall be; and that which is done is that which shall be done: and there is no newthing under the sun." Ecclesiasties 1:9
Tonight at 9pm ET/6pm PT Johnny Quantum will be speaking with fighters of XFC MMA. Xtreme Fighting Championships has now set its sights on a new territory. December 13, 2013 will mark the traveling promotions first trip to the Northern U.S., when XFC 27: Frozen Fury invades Muskegon, Michigan.
9:30pm EST/6:30pm PST: Ryan Thomas
10:00pm EST/7pm PST: Dom Steele
10:30pm EST/7:30pm PST: Ray Lopez
On The MYOB Show this week we discover our top 10 tips for successfully breaking into the TV, entertainment and media industries.A creative career is as hard to get into today as ever these days so today’s show is a must listen for all media students, drama and film students plus all other new comers to the business.Who’s on the show?Presenter: Dom O'Neill – MA and BA (Hon) Radio and media graduate with an 10 years experience working freelance in the UK broadcast industry is joined by…Guest: Nicki Nightingale - Nick has been prompting for 21 years in corporate events, conferences and broadcast TV.Guest: Rob Roy Collins - Rob started out as a street performer back in 1999. Rob combines comedy, escapology and acrobatics live on stage and in the street.Producer: Alistair Goodier - Radio presenter and MA student studying Radio Production and Management at the University of Sunderland.Why listen?On the show our expert guests will discuss why our top 10 tips below really can accelerate your career and help it be the success you want it to be.Top 10 Freelancer Tips:1. Don’t work for free (if you don’t have to)2. Be patient3. Build up your banter4. It helps to be a tem player5. Find something you enjoy6. You need confidence7. Be organised8. Always give it a go9. You need realistic initial goals10. Be contact-able!Want to know what you need to know before you embark on the road to success? Want to start your careers as quickly and as smoothly as possible?The you need to listen to this weeks The MYOB Show!
Scott A. Kramer, LCSW, ACSW, is a psychotherapist in private practice working with the LGBTQ community in New York City. in 2007, Scott graduated SUNY Stony Brook, School of Social Welfare and started work as the Prevention Social Worker in the Youth Enrichment Services program at the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center in Manhattan. In 2009, he accepted the Supervising Counselor position at the Hetrick-Martin Institute and in 2010 received his SIFI certification from Columbia University School of Social Work. One of Scott's main goals as a social worker is to help empower people living with HIV/AIDS to lead a fulfilling life, free from stigma and fear. He accomplishes this by being a social worker who is open to both clients and colleagues about being a gay man and living with AIDS since 1995. In August 2010 Scott developed "Hi-fIVe - A Support Group for Gay Men Living with HIV/AIDS in New York City" a low-cost, weekly support group for adult gay men living with HIV/AIDS. "Hi-fIVe" has a monthly topic and is continually well attended. Scott is a 2010 recipient of the NASW-NYC Social Work Emerging Leader Award, and has presented at the Boston College National Conference on Social Work and HIV/AIDS each year since 2010. He has been involved with Cycle for the Cause, a 275 mile bike ride fundraiser for the LGBT Center of Manhattan's HIV/AIDS services, as a pos-ped crew member since 2009. For more information about Scott A. Kramer, LCSW, ACSW and his work, please visit his website at www.scottakramer.com
5:00PM EST, Sunday, November 3, 2013
$103,000 Missing Person Case - The reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the case of a Florida missing woman was increased to $103,000. Police believe Lynda Meier was murdered, but her body has never been recovered. She disappeared in 2010. $18,000 Unsolved Murder Case - On March 17, 2010 police found 69-year-old Grace Bridges- Dedert shot to death in her furniture store on South Park Avenue. "When she was found she was slumped over her desk in her office," said Dothan Police Corporal Chris Barberree. $100,000 Wanted Fugitive Reward - Philadelphia police and the FBI are searching for the man accused of raping and murdering 5-year-old Iriana DeJesus in July 2000. A DNA match in 2007 linked 34-year-old Alexis Flores to the crime, earning him a spot on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted List. $25,000 Solved Reward Case - In September, 2012 U.S. Marshalls closed the case on one of their most wanted fugitives, Beacher Ferrel Hackney, 61. Hackney was wanted for a 2009 workplace homicide in which he shot two of his bosses, Ronnie Stinnett, 60, and Dwight Kerr, 39, at Bath County Virginia’s posh Homestead Resort
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Hi my name is Tammra Broughton and I am certified as a Registered Nutritional Consulting Practitioner, a Neuro-linguistic Programming Master Practitioner, a Time Line Therapy™ Master and an Advanced Certified Hypnotherapist. I have had a successful radio show since 2009 called Living Proof Radio. I am an Executive Coach and Trainer and I provide simple yet, life changing solutions for everyday challenges. I specialize in mentoring other entrepreneurs and individuals on not only how to be successful but also HOW to create more choices and flexibility in their personal and professional life. I work specifically with people's belief systems and how they can rediscover their own strategies and then use them to improve their life circumstances. I teach people how to reconnect with their own inner resources and qualities again allowing them to create space for highly positive and profound changes to occur. My business partners, colleagues, clients, students and teams often see life changing results in a short period of time.
Saturday 11/2/13 @5pm EST:What does it mean to be responsible? Join us as we discuss what it means to take responsibility for something with Destiny "Karate" Vergara. The call in # is 6467166825 & listen,question or comment Bio:My name is Destiny Vergara, 11-years-old from Queens, New York. I am currently in the 6th grade and doing very well, last year I passed with above average grades. I am also 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2013 USA National Karate Champion. Starting traingin at the age of 4 at Shotojuku Karate located in Astoria, Queens. In the summer of 2011 I earned my Black Belt.
2008: 6&under Champion and Competitor of the year at N.Y.T.K.L.
2009, 2010, 2011&2013 USA National Karate Champion
July 2009:1st place and 2 gold medals in Kata & Kumite at USA-NFK National Karate CHampionship
October 2009: All 1st and selected to perform at Disney Martial Art Festival Showcase
2010: won Nationals SC,Junior Olympics US Open in L
Sandi Anderson has been an active Autism Tree Project Foundation volunteer since its inception 9 years ago. She and her husband, Jeff have two adult sons on the autism spectrum. Her many years of experience advocating, homeschooling, and special needs trainings in academics; health and life skills enable her to encourage others in their journey with a vast resource of connections and creative solutions. Sandi is a founding member/chairman for Jeremiah's Ranch, a group home community being established in Fallbrook, CA.
Together with her son Joel, Sandi enjoys many ATPF projects including resource fairs, public speaking at schools, art shows, golf tournaments, television and radio shows, fundraising, and Parent Mentor programs.
Their all time favorite accomplishment has been founding the ATPF & University of San Diego Football Mentor Program in 2009, where football players volunteer to be matched up with a child of any age with autism to have fun throughout the football season and special events. All these experiences have provided Sandi and Joel to now travel internationally sharing autism awareness and acceptance.
We had so much fun on the show this week, that we decided to have him on again!
Troy Kuligowski has been part of the Australian reptile hobby for the past 17 years.
Troy has kept and bred most of the python species that are available to reptile keepers in Australia. Troy played an integral part in launching the magazine, Scales & Tails Australia.
Troy is one of the organisers of the Scales & Tails Ipswich Reptile Festival and President of the new Qld. Reptile Society inc.
Troy is the owner and operator of Co-dom Carpets, and concentrates on working with Carpet Python mutations and Albino Olive Pythons.
Crank up your Mondays with Dom Mega and Lane Tha GodSun with all the updates on the latest underground independent music, Sports updates, debates, in depth conversation, prank calls, also quest appearences and audience interactive segments. Join The High-namic duo every Monday at 9 pm.
L.A. Lewis was hit by the writing "bug" in the spring of 2009, while she was working on an independent educational project. As she was trying to find ways to make reading more fun, her desire to write grew bigger and stronger. L.A. gave in to those desires and started working on her first two books consecutively. She self-published her novel "Dirty Little Secrets" and her daily devotional "The Gift of An Abundant Life" within weeks of each other. Both books received raved reviews.