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Our third episode will feature segments on mistaken sexual identies and the identification of fluffy bunnies, a mini-rant about bad bus etiquette, an excerpt from and commentary on on the new fan audio series “Star Trek: Lost Universe” (in which yours truly plays the ship’s Chief Engineer), and finally a spot about why you should never EVER put a cat in a pneumatic tube.. So pull up a twig and a cup of tea, perch in front of the plate of cookies, and help yourself to some piping hot opinions! :)
Join Sidelines Senior Writers RJ Gardner and Joshua Thompson and Sports Editor Chris Courtney as they discuss the Big Three; NFL, NBA and MLB.
In episode one they will be discussing the pending NBA playoffs, the upcoming NFL draft and they will even be talking a little baseball now that opening day has come and gone.
Geoff Mitchell has been ON THE AIR for THREE YEARS and today we celebrate! Join us for some cake and fun, as we celebrate!
(WARNING: Kel spiked the tea..)
Thank you ALL for joining Geoff and Kel, Dave, Tim, and Sue.
Special thanks to all who have supported the show!!! (Special mention to Movin', Underground Professor, Paul Alexander, Stanger, and all the great callers!)
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"All That is necessary for Evil to Prevail Is that good men do nothing" ~ Edmond Burke
New Thought teaches that a change in conciousness can change the world. But what exactly is conciousness, and how does it bring these changes from thought into reality?
The mystery of consciousness--whether or not the quality of awareness arises from the material brain or is a non-material "spark" separate from, but acting in cooperation with the brain--has been investigated by every branch of human inquiry. Yet we're no closer to a difinitive answer today than we were three thousand years ago.
This episode continues a series of discussions concerning consciousness. We'll look at Buddhist ideas, quantum models of consciousness, the materialist or functionalist model, and much more. Listeners are encouraged to call in to join the discussion (657) 383-0525 press "1" to speak with the host.
The crystal of the week is Blue Kyanite.
Reverend Dr. Jon Saint Germain is the Voice of the Crystal Silence League, providing Spiritual guidance on the practical use of crystals and crystal balls in the development of mental concentration and mind power, silent influence over others, divination and scrying of the future, and telepathic contact with people and spirits.
As we go deeper in the history of Devon Rizzo's life, we discover many things that could tear him apart. At least if it was donee right. There may be a scene that could be too much for people under the age of 16.
This is the world of natural talents. A young man with beginner's experience of telepathy doesn't even know about his talent. In fact, he believes everyone around them can hear the thoughts he keeps hearing. Before he realizes and/or recognizes the truth, he is pulled into the natural world with brute force via the good and the bad people. What could possibly happen next?
Since January, we have been airing a series of what you could call informal, off the cuff interviews with a number of executives and experts from various areas of the procurement world, regarding what I would consider to be the three most important questions in our industry for 2015.
While there are certainly more questions regarding the procurement world than the ones I will be posing to our guest today, these three have been the most prominant for my listeners and readers.
Here are the three questions:
1. In his latest book Dr. Robert Handfield talked about the definite and definitive break between older or past generation procurement professionals and the new, emerging generation. In short, he indicates that everything that has been done and learned in the past will not be useful to this next generation of procurement pros?
2. The emergence of eCommerce and the mobile supply chain - what does it mean in terms of technology, practice and ultimately impact and influence?
3. Is there a difference between the public and private sector procurement practice in this brave new world?
Joining me today is Marie Meliksetian CEO of Reliance Solutions Services, LLC.
We have everything we need to create a thriving economy and employment. The challenge is, everybody, or at least a significant percentage of the population, must willingly participate in a collective economic program that enables us to put our money together and buy land. The Nation of Islam has a proven track record of organizing the collective resources of a group and manifesting successful business operations. Can the organization once again create economic success within e inner city community, despite the proliferation of drugs and guns? Can the Nation of Islam redirect the attitudes of Generation X and the "me" generation that has been indoctrinated with a philosophy of selfish materialism and an absence of a sense of community? How does one relearn how to operate within a collective? How many people will it take to make this three year economic program successful. Today's guest breaks down the mathematical figures, the cost projections, potential profits, and what this represents in terms of numbers of people who must participate in order to fulfill the vision and succeed on a national scale. Our guest is Dr Ridgley Abdul Mu'min Muhammad. Later we'll be joined by Andre Joseph, author of How to Be Successful, The 17 Laws.
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