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You are herebyinvited to attend our gala Halloween Spooktacular party. Join Frankenstein, Dracula, and several celebrity friends of our friend, Jon Koons. "ENJOYCE"
Jon Koons is a published author and a multi-talented variety performer, actor, director and producer. His website is http://www.jestmaster.com
Jeremy Ames @JeremyAllynAmes at Lunch with @DriveThruHR with @bryanwempen (Emeritus), @williamtincup & @thehrbuddy
DriveThruHR was designed to be a captivating and easy-to-digest lunch discourse that covers topics relevant to HR professionals. Each 30-minute episode features a guest speaker who shares her or his knowledge and experience in human resources. Our hosts and special guest cover a wealth of topics, including HR Technology, Recruiting, Talent Management, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Strategic HR, every day at 12:00 pm Central Time. The radio program is hosted by @bryanwempen (Emeritus), @williamtincup and @thehrbuddy The #1 HR show, with amazing HR conversations and follow us on the twitters at @drivethruhr and #dthr.
We have talked about Joy Junction, the largest homeless shelter in New Mexico that offers a multitude of programs and services to help those in need. We have also talked about the impact that Joy Junction has had on the community and the fact that they are looking to expand. But who is responsible for such a great organization? Tune in as Mr. Yancey talks with Jeremy Reynolds, founder and CEO of Joy Junction. They will talk about how Mr. Reynolds started Joy Junction, again talk about some of the programs and services they offer and what does he have planned next. You can call in with your questions and comments at (914)338-0665.
This week on Think Atheist Radio we have our chat with Dr. Jeremy Koons. Dr. Koons received his BA in the philosophy of religion from Virigina's Hampden-Sydney College, graduating Summa Cum Laude, before receiving a PhD in philosophy, with distinction, from Georgetown University. He has held positions at Auburn University, the American University of Beirut, Hong Kong University, and Massachusetts' Stonehill College. Dr. Koons is now an associate professor of philosophy at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Affairs in Qatar. With a particular focus on ethics and epistemology, his areas of interest include the philosophy of mind, the philosophy of religion, metaphysics, and logic. The author of Pragmatic Reasons: A Defense of Morality and Epistemology, he has also published numerous papers and presented at several conferences, while being recognized repeatedly with awards and fellowships. We asked Dr. Koons to join us to discuss a recently published paper (pdf) of his that asks the question, "Can God's Goodness Save The Divine Command Theory from Euthyphro?" We discussed whether Christian ethics can be rescued from a dilemma for the theist where choosing one side results in meaninglessness, while choosing the other side results in an arbitrary morality that says that something is or isn't moral– including, for instance, the torture of infants– only insofar God says it is. Theist philosophers of religion recognize the risks here and have tried to come up with some ways to get around the dilemma. Can one solution in particular succeed?
Jeremy Breslau, writer and director of "1982," earned his MFA in screenwriting from USC. While there, in addition to writing and directing award-winning shorts, his screenplay, "Plague Season," was a semi-finalist in the Nicholl Competition. Based on his Nicholl script, Fox Searchlight signed Jeremy to a first-look deal and produced his next short, after which he created a successful web series for MTV’s AtomFilms. Currently, Jeremy is developing two features that will utilize the talents of the team behind "1982."
"1982' features a blocked novelist who reflects on a pivotal year in his life, when, as a precocious six-year-old, he struggled for the attention of his bickering parents.
Fantasy Football Episode 1.31: host Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion doesn't get out of the driveway in his Charles Sims sports car.
Celebrating Jeremy Hill and Evan Silva's analysis.
Lamenting coach-centric analysis.
Crusading against copy & paste player projections.
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Another great episode of the Charleston Comedy Podcast on the way this Wednesday. We will have comic guest Jeremy Essig who has regulary appeared on XM Radio and the Bob and Tom Show! Along with our guest we will check in with my co host Sam about Shocka Con, news headlines around the world, and pretty much whatever else we feel like doing. Be sure to to tune in live at 10 pm ET!! You can call the show at 347-308-8648! Thank you for supporting comedy and thank you for supporting the Podcast!
SUSAN JEREMY (Performer/ Writer), is a solo artist known for her comedic characterizations and dry wit. She is thrilled to be reviving her award winning show here in New Jersey. P.S.69 which first premiered in the Montreal Fringe festival , 2000 won best comedy and best Production award. It went on to tour internationally in comedy Festivals and theaters in the US ,Canada, and Europe. Her other shows ; Brazil Nuts, about a wacky lesbian's couple struggle for US citizenship ,Was That My 15 Minutes?, about her mambo dancing father and Moving in Reverse , a three story drama about class systems in Long Island have all toured to rave reviews . Her newest show , Teacher in the House is an autobiographical, multi character story about her experiences teaching children in NYC apartments after surviving cancer., Before Susan was a solo performer she was a stand up comedian who headlined in many comedy clubs all over NJ , in the USA and international festivals When Susan is not not touring, she is teaching students with special needs in Manhattan. ps 69 24 character tour de force about a Brooklyn substitute teacher
Written by Mary Fulham and Susan Jeremy
Opens Thursday October 16- to Saturday the18 @ 8Pm sunday the 19th at 2pm at the Bergdorf Center for the Performing Arts In Maplewood NJ tickets at www.vendini.com
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Join me on Saturday at 8pm EST as I interview Todd Neiss. Todd is a well know Sasquatch researcher, who has had one of the most interesting experiences I've heard...two actually! A career military man, Todd brings a unique perspective to how he views, and approaches Sasquatch research. I am excited to bring you this interview!
We will also do a segment on Bigfoot Sightings, and the proximity to missing hikers reports. Dates line up for both, and the conversation will be interesting. This is an on-going investigation. Listener participation is encouraged. Email us at BigFootGroundZero@gmail.com