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    Goldylocks Productions Special ~ Goodbye 2015 and Welcome 2016

    in Spirituality

    Goldylocks Productions Presents a Holiday Special: Goodbye 2015 and Welcome 2016


    Join us for this 2 hour special, as the Show Hosts and other Members of Goldylocks Productions join together, on this one show, to give spiritual guidance for the upcoming year. Callers will be able to ask questions and receive advice as well as short, brief mini psychic medium and soul counseling messages.


    Don't miss your opportunity to speak with Jan Bartrop-Babbitt, Rev. Tiffany White Sage Woman, Pamela Cummins, Bryan Rawls, Shelley Hofberg, Jeremy Riden, Cheryl Domino, Sherry Scott and James Schramm. To view the Bios of the Show Hosts, please visit: http://www.goldylocksproductionsct.com/Radio.html


    Mark your Calendars now and Be sure to FOLLOW this Channel on Blog Talk Radio so that you do not miss this show, or any upcoming Goldylocks Productions Shows.


     


     


     


     

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    Goodbye Erotica, Hello Jesus! -- Write Stuff -- 2-2-2016

    in Entertainment

    Erotica sells. There's no doubt about it. The book can be good, okay, or terrible, but if an author simply puts the word 'erotica' on the cover, it garners sells. I know many of us have read erotica at some point or another. People like the spiciness, the gratuitousness, and the excitement it brings.


    Today's guest on the Write Stuff has written erotica for several years. A New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Shoshanna has captivated audiences with her sizzling stories that many say take your breath way. However, on November 11th of last year, Shoshanna sent a personal message to her fans...she was stepping away from writing erotica or erotic romance.

    Join me as Shoshanna shares her testimony about why she said "Goodbye Erotica, Hello Jesus!"  You can call in at 646-668-8485, press 1 to be live on air. Or, click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/8262909  Tune in!

  • 00:27

    The Power of Goodbye with Alex Beene

    in Self Help

    Pam Butler welcomes Alex Beene, life coach, inspirational speaker and author of two best selling children’s books for a conversation about death and depression. Two years ago, Alex’s life was radically changed when he received a phone call saying his mother had suddenly passed away. Losing a parent and a best friend at an early age sunk him into a depression he thought would be impossible to climb out of. Alex will share his story and tools that helped him during his darkest days. Using art and writing to find artistic beauty in loss. 


    Alex Beene is an author and educator. He has been featured on ABC, CBS, ESPN Radio and an array of print publications for authoring his children's books "Lessons from a Southern Mother" and "The Journey of the Paper Heart." His columns have appeared in the Pulitzer Prize-winning Clarion-Ledger, Mic.com and other prominent media outlets. A constant traveler, he has ventured to over 20 countries and has books in five different languages. He is a songwriter represented by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers and has served as a partner on the Chairman's Circle for New York's Roundabout Theater Company. His philanthropy and work in education have been recognized by the Jackson Sun, which listed him as one of the top 40 leaders in Tennessee. His third children's book, "The Lion & The Lyceum" will release in March 2016.


    Pam Butler, inspirational speaker, yoga and meditation teacher and spiritual coach. Pam is currently writing her first book Return To Life: part Memoir and part spiritual guide, hoping to inspire and guide readers to find balance and bliss in their lives.


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  • 00:52

    Goodbye Rand Paul

    in Comedy

    Dave Smith, Mike Brancatelli, and Matty Jester Skulls dissect the suspension of Rand Paul's campaign, the Democratic debate, and more!

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    In the language of the Ojibwe/Anishinaabe people, there is no word for Goodbye

    in Relationships

    Last night's episode only proves that somebody is threatened.  However, to plant an uneducated, street person in our casino episode was menacing and tacky.  That is why our station was forced to delete the episode and start over tonight.  Tonight we are discussing how one should break ties with the New Year 2016 and handpick their friends more carefully.    Don't be fooled by the title.  The Sasquatch society may invade the show as they have before.  Listener beware:  All guest callers will be screened.


    In Anishinaabemowin, the language of the Ojibwe/Anishinaabe people, there is no word for “goodbye.” The Ojibwe/Anishinaabe view life and all relationships therein (inanimate and animate worlds) as being interrelated forming a circle—once something or someone enters our life circle they continue to exert an influence throughout the remainder of our lives even if we do not encounter or see that thing or person again in any direct way. Accordingly, as an expression of this life view, the Ojibwe/Anishinaabe do not say goodbye when we part ways with one another, but rather, we say Giga-wabamin Menawah—“see you again.”   

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    BDSIR NETWORK:The Soul n Sports Fox Sports 1340AM saying goodbye to Daniel Bryan

    in Sports

    FOX Sports introduces the educated, passionate, and objective voice of sports talk radio that belongs to none other than Mike Knoxxx. The Delaware native, by way of Chicago has found his home in the DMV area. The hardcore podcaster has been making waves in internet radio since he founded the BDSIR Network 7 years ago; covering everything from Pro-Wrestling, the entire gamut of sports, as well as entertainment, Knoxxx brings barbershop-style talk to the airwaves. While Mike wears his heart on his sleeve, the devoted yet intelligent sports fan can appreciate the sometimes hot-blooded conversations between the host and The Untouchables as they delve deep into the current events in the world of America's favorite pastimes. Being a man of fairness, and a man of ethics, the show definitely doesn't shy away from lighting a flame under the biggest names in sports and entertainment in the event that they exhibit morally controversial behaviors. Listen in from 5pm to 7pm eastern standard time and be a part of the newest and most impactful voice in sports radio today. Soon enough, you will find yourself joining in with his signature ; ?How can you wake up and say to yourself, ‘I love me some me!' and don't love GOD?! That's crazy!? Listen to the Soul N Sports with Mike Knoxxx every weekday on WHAP Fox Sports Radio 1340 AM 5-7pm est

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    Creative Orange County

    in Culture

    Interview with David Michael Lee, Assistant Professor | Gallery Curator | Interim Department Chair
    Coastline Community College's Visual and Performing Arts Department..


     


     

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    Sacred Sunday~Ephesians Chapter 6/Paul is Back in Jail. Goodbye Ephesians!

    in Christianity

    Ephesians Chapter 6


    Kids Today. Kids should also listen to their parents. It's right there in the 10 Commandments. No breaking curfew or sneaking out the window when you're supposed to be grounded. But on the other hand, dads shouldn't abuse their power or try to purposely tick off their kids. They should be loving and understanding and help teach their little rugrats the proper way to behave. Same thing goes for slaves: obey your masters. Don't just follow orders when the master is watching, either. Do it all the time. Because God is always watching. It might help to think of yourself as a slave for Jesus. Don't just listen and obey because some human master wants you to. Do it because God and Jesus want you to. After all, God sees all the good things you're doing and he will reward you for not being rebellious and disobedient. Okay, but masters aren't totally off the hook either. Christian slave owners have an obligation to treat their human property decently. Masters need to remember that everyone on Earth is a slave to God. Everyone has God for a master. As far as the Big Guy is concerned, there's no difference between slaves and their owners. They're all equal. In Heaven, of course. Onward Christian Soldiers. They need to put on (spiritual) armor to protect themselves from this crazy world and the devil who's running loose. Christians don't have to worry so much about flesh and blood people messing with them. It's institutions—like rulers and authorities—who can move society in a bad direction. In an evil direction. They need to put on armor so they can withstand the blows that are coming. Fasten the belt of truth and sport a breastplate of righteous. Put on shoes of peace and take a shield of faith with you. Slap on a helmet of salvation and swing the sword of the Spirit at the bad guys. He is in prison, after all. And that's the end. www.shmoop.com

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    Mary Jean Teachman Author of Never Saying Goodbye

    in Books

    The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Mary Jean Teachman.


    Mary Jean teachman was born in Detroit, Michigan. She studied pre-law and mathematics at the University of Detroit and had two children, Arthur Forrest Tull, II and Valarie Tull. She divorced, married Mort Lieberman, was widowed, then found love again with Dr. Gerard W. Teachman, and has been married for twenty-three years. She had a successful career for eight years as runway and print model, and appeared in Vogue magazine. She's been an avid gardner, gourmet cook, and investor, but her primary interest has always been her family. She resides in Juno Beach, Florida and Asheville, North Carolina with her husband and their cat, Jackson.

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    Squared Circle Cafe: Of Valentines And Heartbreaking Goodbyes

    in Entertainment

    On this week's edition, with Valentine's Day coming up, we joke about who we would want as our wrestling Valentines. But then things get serious when we talk about a wrestler's time to say goodbye to his fans. Also, with Fastlane approaching, is a certain friendship about to implode? All this and more, so tune in!