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Jack M. Freedman is a poet, spoken word artist, and author of the up and coming chapbook, Never Lick the Spoon. He hails from Staten Island, NY and can be found performing at slams and open mics around NYC. In addition, he is an activist and advocate for issues ranging from the rights of the LGBT community to the rights of mental health recipients.
Freedman will also address the stigma he faced by his supervisor during an internship in the mental health field, his pro-weed stance, thoughts about how we can save the world with cannabis--as well as the implementation of medical cannabis for certain illnesses, including post traumatic stress.
To be part of the program call (267)521-0167 9-11 PM Eastern December 9, 2015.
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Mind of Mansion Ep 199: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion explains why he is aggressively buying Josh Gordon this year.
Johnny Manziel is one of the all-time great premeditated partier.
Antonio Brown is a more valuable dynasty asset than Julio Jones, because he is small and hungry.
Martavis Bryant is not an prospective elite reciever. His dynasty owners should be terrified.
Jim Bob Cooter did not "fix" Matthew Stafford and more than Adam Gase "fixed" Jay Cutler.
Jaelen Strong would be more attractive on almost any other team.
Most players on the Lions are contemplating retirement, not just Calvin Johnson.
Demaryius Thomas treated his big contract as a destination and no one should blame him.
A fictional story about Matthew Freedman hijacking the show.
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Matt Freedman (@MattFtheOracle) and Wes Huber (@PFF_Wes) break down the Jan. 1-2 bowl games and give their DraftKings and FanDuel Plays for the games. Players discussed include Chad Kelly, Brandon Allen, Royce Freeman, Justin Jackson, Rushel Shell, Darren Carrington, Chris Godwin, Damore'ea Stringfellow, and Jeremy Sprinle.
Beginning in the late 1950s, the United States and Soviet Union expanded the battlefield of the Cold War into near earth space. Seen by both sides as the new "High Ground," space offered an exciting and decisive new set of options for both sides of the East-West conflict, which both moved rapidly to exploit. Initially limited to robotic surveillance satellites, military space programs on both sides quickly began to explore the possibilities of manned spacecraft in the new "High Frontier." While the American manned military space programs were canceled for budget reasons, the Soviets did eventually launch a pair of military space stations for reconnaissance purposes, and testing space related weapons/hardware.
But what if the United States had clandestinely continued their manned military space program? That is the question asked by Yucca Publishing (@YuccaPublishing) author Mike Jenne (http://www.mikejennebooks.com/) in a new series of books. The first of these, BLUE GEMINI, hypothesizes that the Soviet Union has developed an orbital 100 Mt bombardment system, which the United States decides must be "negated." The instrument of this "negation" will be a spacecraft known as "Blue Gemini," a modified U.S. Air Force derivative of the two-man NASA spacecraft flown in 1965/66. Insightful and historically accurate, BLUE GEMINI as a thriller with a solid basis in fact, and could have easily become reality.
To learn more about BLIUE GEMINI, tune into this week's edition of Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on the Writestream Radio Network (@Writestream)) at 1 PM EDT. Author, historian, journalist, documentary filmmaker, and host John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) has invited Mike Jenne to talk about the historic facts behind his fiction.
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Today on "It's My House" we shall discuss "Social Capital Distribution Systems". If you have a "product" that want to have available in multiple markets...you will need access to a "distribution system". Developing "social capital" is a good first step to getting the distribution access that you need.
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Matt Freedman (@MattFtheOracle) and Wes Huber (@PFF_Wes) break down the individual college football awards and winners for the 2015 season. Players discussed include Derrick Henry, Christian McCaffrey, Deshaun Watson, Corey Coleman, Tyler Higbee, Jaylon Smith, Joey Bosa, and more.
Matt Freedman (@MattFtheOracle) and Wes Huber (@PFF_Wes) break down the four Power Five championship matchups and then give their Week 14 DraftKings and FanDuel Plays for Saturday's games. Players discussed include Greg Ward, Jr., DeShaun Watson, Corey Coleman, Tyler Higbee, and more.
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I met Jael many years ago through a mutual friend. She exuded style and strength and was fun and friendly. I liked her immediately. Later I heard she was doing readings at Breathe Bookstore. I was intrigued. Who was this woman?
Recently, after Spirit nudged me yet another time, I reached out to Jael. Now I know why I was so directed. She has a remarkable story to tell, pieces of which she has memorialized in an exquisite memoir, Steel Wool. Steel Wool is a compelling story of sexual abuse, survival, strength, voice and salvation. It's the story of a Jewish woman's journey through the hard cutting steel of street life, drugs, drug dealing to the soft plush arms of Divine Love and Freedom. Steel Wool fuses poetry, spoken word, and prose in a tale that reaches for the Light. It's a MUST read!
A native of Maryland, Jael Freedman is a clairvoyant, writer, activist, healer, and poet. Tune in to She Struts Radio Thursday, Septembr 17, 6:30pm ET/5:30pm CT to hear Jael's riveting story.
"Light will someday split you open." ~ Hafiz
Matt Freedman (@MattFtheOracle) and Wes Huber (@PFF_Wes) give their Offensive Players of the Year for the 10 Football Bowl Subdivision conferences and then give their Week 13 DraftKings and FanDuel Plays for Saturday's games. Players discussed include Greg Ward, Jr., DeShaun Watson, Ezekiel Elliott, Christian McCaffrey, Derrick Henry, Chad Kelly, Calvin Ridley, Jaylen Samuels, and Joe Williams.
”Dying Words: The AIDS Reporting of Jeff Schmalz and How It Transformed The New York Times,” will be released on December 1, 2015, to coincide with World AIDS Day. The multi-media project will be in audio documentary form with a companion book about the groundbreaking journalist who covered the AIDS epidemic as he was dying of the disease.
A collaborative effort led by author, professor and journalist Samuel G. Freedman (who Nicholas Snow welcomes to this episode) and radio producer Kerry Donahue, the project will air on radio stations across the country beginning in November and the book will be released by CUNY Journalism Press on December 1, 2015.
The audio documentary, produced by Kerry Donahue and edited by Ben Shapiro, will be distributed by PRX to public radio stations around the country and also be available as a podcast. The companion book consists of about 35,000 words of text, including excerpts from Jeff’s work, and will be released as both an original paperback and ebook.
Incidentally, Nicholas Snow is championing a worldwide download of his own living-powerfully-with-HIV memoir, Life Positive: A Journey to the Center of My Heart, available free (from Dec. 1-5, 2015 only) to any device worldwide at www.LifePositiveBook.com (the Amazon page) using the Kindle App.
This episode sponsored by Desert AIDS Project and Lulu California Bistro.
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