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Friendships are changing as fast as technology, with expanding networks of fake virtual friends and less time to invest in real relationships. Intimacy expert Dr. Deb talks about how social networks have changed friendship forever and shows how to cultivate more meaning in your relations.
Open Discussion about Malignant Self-love: Narcissism Revisited by Author Sam Vaknin, as well as thoughts on “How can you tell a TRUE friend from a FAKE one?” Visit Sam’s Web site at http://www.narcissistic-abuse.com. Also, a few selective Quotes from Scott Lively’s presentations at a conference in Kampala, Uganda in March 2009.
"Exposing the Truth behind Homosexuality and the Homosexual Agenda"
Which caused the LGBT to attack with Anger, Disgust and Blame over Uganda's decision on Homosexuality, Presently Soros-funded "civil rights" group in NY files huge 47-page lawsuit in federal court accusing Pastor Scott Lively of "crimes against humanity" — for pro-family speeches in Uganda! O__O #Incredible smh!
It appears that authenticity is extinct these days. When dealing with others we have to be genuine whether we care for them or not. What do you mean Trent? If you don’t care for a person, they should know by the distance and separation you create when they attempt to bring toxic into your space.
Join the Innovative Black Men tonight at 7pm (CST) as they disscuss "Is Authenticity Extinct?" / "When fake become Real"
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NetIP Spotlight: Live Your Potential
Monthly show featuring experts on trending topics
Every 3rd Monday at 6:00 pm EST
Leading & Working at Nonprofits - An Inside Perspective
with Deepa Iyer, former Executive Director
South Asian Americans Leading Together (http://saalt.org/)
In this show you will learn:
Facing challenges and reaping rewards from leading a nonprofit
Taking risks and detours in your career at a nonprofit
Building a nonprofit from the ground up
Host: Jasbina Ahluwalia
ATTENTION NONPROFITS, MARKETING WORKS! Starting or taking your nonprofit to the next level can be intimidating. At times it may seem you have more work than resources. Not to mention staff or training. You have a strong dedication to your mission, and want to do everything you can to help your nonprofit to succeed Eliminate Overwhelm and Burnout........ Register for The Nonprofit Marketing works tele-call on January 21, 2014 at 7:00p.m.EST HERE: http://bit.ly/1eJtnhL
An article in this week's The Nation, Will Phony Populists Hijack the Fight Against Inequality? discusses inequality and how politicians can use this buzzword to appeal to progressives, the 99%, even folks in the Occupy movement. What happens when fake progressives hijack the words, the language, the discussion of any issue is the cynical leave-behind of little action, futile measures, and in some cases, actual worsening of the problem with the supposed solutions.
Around the Inland Empire, I have heard numerous folks talk about how they are progressive. Today, I received an email from Tom Swann of Veterans for Peace, about a candidate for Assembly in the Palm Springs area who recently declared that she had always been a "Progressive Democrat." Tom noted, no, in fact, during a previous campaign over 10 years ago, she was the lowest vote-getter in a Republican primary.
As more people tire of the same old rhetoric and solutions offered by moderate Democrats and Republicans, they are beginning to realize that the bold solutions of the progressive movement are what has solved some great challenges before and could again. The phonies know this, and are cynical, political, and unprincipled enough to jump onto the bandwagon, happily wearing a wool cap, advocating bold solutions, pronouncing nearly socialist rhetoric and beyond, but actually pushing more of the same with all the usual suspects.
Dear Vecino, we will have to be very watchful for what big teeth they have.
Third show of the month, three great interviews. We'll start by chatting with Andrew Seale who, in addition to performing mini folk symphonies under the moniker Revelstoke, is a freelance music journalist for a myriad of publications, including ours. We'll talk about pitching projects, interview etiquette, and more.
Then, we've got an interview with Kevvy Mental, the frontman of quirky pop-punk-post-prog-pretty much everything outfit Fake Shark Real Zombie from Vancouver. The band just re-released its first two recordings and, between that and his own production and scoring work, Mental has a lot to talk about.
Our International Artist Spotlight shines on the Gypsy Jug Band from Chillicothe, OH, whose eclectic brand of "Appalachian Rock" combines unique elements from various genres to create a very communal, feel-good energy. Get some background info and a taste of the band's track "Sugarloaf Mountain."
Finally, we'll speak with our friends in Sam Roberts Band, fresh off of the release of "Lo-Fantasy" and a few shows at SXSW 2014. The band has been slated to perform the 2014 edition of Osheaga, the Toronto Urban Roots Festival, and more, so we'll chat about the album and the upcoming opportunities to give people a taste. It's a fair departure from their previous output, but then again, so was each record before it.