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What's up with people that are cleaner looking than the board of health but still have bad hygene? What's up with people that dress nice but that live in a dump?
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MONDAY, 5/5/14 AT 5:30 PM, EASTERN TIME ...I SHARED MY SUNDAY WITH THE KIDS--AND THE GUYS---WE TALKED ABOUT BULLYING---PEEING IN THE YARD---SMOKING--- HYGIENE---A BUNCH OF THINGS THAT ONLY A MAN CAN DO---YOU KNOW MAN TO MAN STUFF--THEY ARE 5 AND 6 YEARS OLD--AND BEING THEIR GREAT UNCLE---I'VE GOT TO BE GREAT...AND, OF COURSE, TODAYS NEWS--WE'ILL BRUSH UP ON SOME THINGS FOR THE REALTY T.V. SHOW! I HAVE AN INTERVIEW WEDNESDAY--IN N.Y.C. ":THE BRAIN GAME REALITY SHOW"---O'SHIT....JUST THE NAME GETS ME THINKING--SO, CALL IN OR JUST LISTEN....646 716 4343---AND I'LL TELL YOU ALL ABOUT THE NEW JOINT I'LL BE MOVING INTO--WITH A LITTLE LUCK AND A LOT OF CASH---1,500 IS ALOT FOR A1 BEDROOM--BUT REAL NICE---SEE YOU LATER---WITH MY CO- HOST LEE LEE - THE FLA..BOMBSHELL!!
The Twin Cities is ranked as one of the 13 largest cities for child prostitution according to the FBI.
Today we have a guest with us... Latriste Graham. She started a non-profit organization to help these young ladies and women get off the streets.
Coming Out of Bondage is an organization that Ms. Graham started by going out on the streets and talking to these women. She helps them with places to live, schooling, clothing, hygene products and much more.
You can contact Coming out of Bondage to receive help or to help the organization by visiting their website: www.mycoob.org or by calling (612) 225-8830. You can also email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Host/Producer: Erica Brady Co-Host: Angela Selness
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Episode #154 - sponsored by: Blue Haven
Recorded on 11.13.13
After Sanpete did about 5 disparate British dialects in 8 minutes (annnnd not on purpose), after PJ revealed his most glorious pajama pants in a slow reveal, after we heard about Cal and PJ's children's problems with hygene, after Sanpete told of his "Mo"vember, which lasts 7 minutes, we got to...
The Big Unload: We are in our 5th season of the show and for the 4th time at this time of the year, the Wilpons did/said something stupid that absolutely had to be talked about. This has become our Thanksgiving Special episode and this one was a classic, with special guest the Food Network's Guy Fieri! (Not really, but could have been!) Some seriously great conversation about Alderson, the Wilpons and the state of the Met fan psyche. And we talked some Yankees too. Robbie Cano don't you know? Don't you???
The Jets and the Giants... We wanted Ed Reed, and 12 hours later we got him, and the Giants will be your 2014 NFC East Champs. Just cause.
The RTU: Funload was a hoot...Smells like Teen Spirit is Nirvana's most popular song, but not your favorite. How com
Days for Girls International empowers girls, women and communities in 29 nations on 5 continents, reversing the cycle of poverty in a simple, direct, effective and surprising way: We help women have access to sustainable feminine hygiene. One of the major causes of disempowerment of girls in developing countries is their monthly cycle. Many girls cannot afford feminine hygiene products and as a result cannot attend school. A girl absent from school due to menstruation for 4 days of every 28 day cycle loses 13 learning days, the equivalent of two weeks of learning every school term. Studies show that every year of schooling increasing a girl's future earning power by 10 to 20 percent, allowing her to break the cycle of poverty. There are millions of girls and women worldwide who suffer days of isolation, infection, and exploitation due to this single issue-- it will take all of us to reach all of them. With attention to collaboration, and responsiveness to local feedback Days for Girl tackles large systemic challenges a simple solution that is turning out to be key to social changes.
The lessons learned from the journey of Days for Girls International as we burst from a surprising beginning to proving that small and simple things can be key to global social change is as adventurous as it is practical and potentially transformative for organizations as it encourages collaboration for the sake of cause.
When someone say that it is against the Gospel to eat certain things or that you are unclean they typically mean not following God's word. In the eyes of some there are certain traditions that you must follow to be clean. This episode will examine this thought and we shall discuss what Jesus said about this very same subject. You may be in for a surprised.
Host Marie Hulett talks with Genevieve Frederick (www.petsofthehomeless.org) from Pets of the Homeless; Dr. Anson Tsugawa DVM, (dogandcatdentist.com) dental care for pets and good oral hygene for animals.
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