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Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation
You sure get your bang for the buck with this one. Tom Cruise, as durable on screen as any movie star could be, and his team deliver an action packed espionage thriller that’s so eye popping you hardly notice you have no idea of why they’re really doing all that stuff.
Perhaps the funniest thing about this silly sequel is the shock and horror some are expressing in its wake. I’m not saying I didn’t cringe watching some of the stuff that happens in this movie; I’m also not saying I didn’t laugh out loud a few times, too.
Whether you're a new business owner, or a seasoned entrepreneur, there are marketing tips and tricks that you must know to succeed, and put yourself head and shoulders above your competition. Paul Tobey, Canada's Top Internet Marketing trainer, shares some little known marketing tips and tricks that you can apply now, and should be.
Did you know that your list of leads/customers should be segmented into at least three or four goups, and each marketed to differently?
And how you can start making money, now, even before you have a product.
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The Movie Geeks discuss the latest releases, including Spy and She's Funny That Way, and consider the career of Peter Bogdanovich, the unique voice of critic Pauline Kael, the annual 48 Hour Filmmaker Challenge, and the 20 greatest WTF endings in the history of movies.
"If the system isn't rigged, then why are insolvent banks and bankers protected from the creative destruction of capitalism that befalls John Q. Citizen when his risky bets go bad? Why do we as a nation keep insisting the Emperor's new clothes are splendid when he is in fact parading around buck-naked?" - Charles Hugh Smith (oftwominds.com)
Do you ever catch yourself feeling as if you will NEVER have enough money to retire,even though you've done everything the "experts" told you to do?
It might not be your fault...
In this episode of Safe Money Radio with Rick Liuag, Rick explains how and why the financial markets, including the stock market are rigged against everyday Americans and how Wall St. is poised to take your hard earned money and what you can do to protect yourself.
Rick exposes the REAL threats today to American’s retirement savings and what you can do to immunize your nest-egg from them.
If you're concerned about the volatility of the world financial markets and how that might threaten your retirement nest-egg then you can't afford to miss this episode!
Rick Liuag, author of "What You Can Do If Can't Afford the New Obamacare Health Plans" and "You're Gonna Need A Bigger Boat: How Obamacare Threatens Your Retirement Savings," is president of Rick Liuag Insurance Agency. He advises seniors and business owners nationwide on how to protect, preserve and prolong their retirement savings. Call 1-855-340-7233 to arrange a consultation with Rick or to get a copy of his latest book.
Film critics and comedians roast host Betty Jo Tucker and her award-winning movie memoir, Confessions of a Movie Addict. A book giveaway will also be included in this celebration of the memoir’s fourth anniversary as a Kindle E-book. Warren Epstein, Nancy Lombardo, Diana Saenger, James Colt Harrison and A.J. Hakari join in the fun. Warren Epstein, a stand-up comic who now serves as Arts & Culture Editor for the Colorado Springs Gazette, and comedian Nancy Lombardo, host of the hilarious Comedy Concepts show on BlogTalkRadio, represent the world of comedy in this special episode. Movie critics sharing their reactions are film historian James Colt Harrison, entertainment journalist Diana Saenger, and Mad Movie Man A.J. Hakari. The paperback edition of Confessions of a Movie Addict won First Place in the memoir category at the 2012 Royal Dragonfly Book Awards competition. It chronicles a love affair with the cinema that has lasted over half a century. Beginning with a 6-year-old’s fright and fascination while watching Boris Karloff in Frankenstein, the author reveals personal movie-related anecdotes and takes readers behind the scenes of the entertainment industry, sharing her favorite celebrity interviews and revealing a number of hilarious encounters with movie stars and filmmakers. Author’s royalties for this book are donated to The Film Foundation, a non-profit organization founded by Martin Scorsese to help with film preservation.
What goes well with travel? Food!
Food is such an integral part of how we connect with one another, pass on traditions from one generation to the next and appreciate the richness of a culture. Social Media platforms such as Instagram, Pinterest, Blogs and YouTube we are able to recreate dishes from around the world.
Actress, Entrepreneur, and Mother Rashmi Rustagi talks about her journey of creating a food blog to share simple Indian recipes with her children to receiving over 3,000 independent website views a month, creating a private label of Indian spices, hosting cooking lessons and a popular YouTube channel.
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Do you have to be high in order to laugh here? No, but for a whole lot of this movie it sure feels that way. It’s really too bad MacFarlane relies so much on the weed breaks he slots so often in this movie. Not only do they slow the fun, they feel repetitive and lazy. And, as we have seen in so much of his work, when MacFarlane tries, he really can deliver some very funny and, as is his signature, topically targeted stuff.
Learn the dos and don'ts of investing in the stock market and the dos and don'ts of credit score plunging.
There’s no real way to prepare yourself for the flat out marvel of Inside Out, the Pixar release that not only revives the studio’s legacy, but the whole concept of family entertainment. Yes, this gorgeously animated story is based on the lives of the innermost emotions of an 11 year old girl, but its keen perceptions, astonishing concept and goofy humor make this a movie that will dazzle viewers of any age.