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And the discussion about St. Thomas in the US Virgin Islands in the days of the Danish West Indies, starting at Fort Christian.
Come on! Follow us as Dr. Richardson takes us on a tour of the city of Charlotte Amalie, starting at Fort Christian.
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Beaches, canals, water taxis, palm trees, plus the benign climate of South Florida -- all make Greater Fort Lauderdale a favorite spot for travelers. Learn more when Nicki Grossman joins Dan and Christine on Travel Itch Thursday Aug. 21 at 8p ET on iTunes and BlogTalkRadio.com.
Good morning. Today, on The Meter we cover the most recent shooting rampage at Fort Hood. As we mourn the victims, mental health is the obvious primary concern to make sense of the madness at Fort Hood. But, are we overlooking a more serious issue? The shooter had not yet been diagnosied with PTSD, had a noncombat 4 month tour of duty in Iraq, and was never wounded. Is America turning into such an entitlement nation that the sense of earning your keep has vanished causing mental breakdown? Please join the discussion at 10:00 AM. The call in number is 714-242-6214. Your input is essential.
"Joureny Into A Soldier's Life"
In this episode CSM John Hess is heading back to Fort Bragg as a Heavy Weapons Instructor. During his time there he changes his job and receives a promotion to E7. Next he's headed to Bad Tolz Germany. You can call in with questions for CSM 914-338-0944 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you send in an email we'll address your question in our next episode.
Those of you following our Blog Talk Radio Show, The first two Episodes are here:http://www.blogtalkradio.com/csmhess Called - Episode 1 - Joining the Army or Navy in 1959 & Episode 2 - Murphy's law We've changed to another link for Episode 3 - CSM Hess as a Recovery Specialist in 1962 and anything going forward to this link:
Despite two shootings at Fort Hood, and the navy yard shooting in DC, the US military bureaucracy staunchly insists arming soldiers is too complicated a response to be a deterent to future attacks.
Don especially cries BS over this.
Ever watch The Walking Dead? Is it a metaphore for a post-collaspe America? We'll dissect a recent blog post on the subject.
At least one other blog has given declining America and collapse a serious, well thought out treatment this week. We'll dissect that thesis as well.
Maybe collapse won't happen tomorrow. But what if it does? If an economic or political collapse does come to America, those who've given the possibility serious consideration, and thought through some personal responses, should be lightyears ahead of those who haven't.
Let's talk about it Friday. 1:00 pm EDT here on BlogTalkRadio.
And yes, we'll work in some of our unique political commentary on the week's other events as we continue to connect the dots in these perilous times.
Dr. Robert Melillo is back for 2014 with another great show.
The Brain Balance Radio Show hosted by Dr. Robert Melillo. We will be talking about the Brain Balance Achievement Centers in Fort Wayne, IN with the center Director Catherine Sallaz.
Dr Melillo will also be talking about the lastest Austim, ADHD, & OCD News.
Adria's grandfather, Sam Tannenbaum, was a song-plugger for Irving Berlin who changed his German surname to Tennor to sound more American. Her grandmother taught her all these songs as she grew up in the suburbs of Detroit, Michigan. She studied acting and directing at New York University's Tisch School for the Arts. Her first role was as a 12-year-old boy talking about in Tompkins Square Park with an amnesiac in Hal Hartley's movie, Amateur (1994). With a few more film roles under her belt, Tennor moved to Los Angeles to work in television. There, she also performs her one-woman shows regularly around town, There's Not a Lot of Coat Check Work in LA, Electro Magnetic Stripper, and most recently Strip Search, inspired by her studies in pole dancing with Sheila Kelley at The S Factor Studio. She lives with her restaurateur husband, Claudio Blotta.
Adria's acting credits include You Don't Mess With the Zohan, The Artist and AMC' s Mad Men.
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