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This Sunday night, Jacqueline and I will be discussing some of the exciting planetary changes inthe Heavens! Venus is kissing the Sun in Libra and retrograde Mercury conjoins the Head of the Dragon! Tune in!
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Modern photojournalism as we know it today, has its roots in Antebellum America during the mid-1800s. Evolved in the crucible of the American Civil War, photojournalism at its best is able to do something that audio, motion pictures and video cannot: capturing moments in time and create an iconic memory for the ages. Nowhere was this more true, then during the heyday of film-based image capture in World War II. Courageous and daring combat photojournalists like Robert Capa, Joe Rosenthal and Capt. Edward Steichen risked their lives around the world to capture the iconic images that defined combat during that era for a generation of Americans. But it was a single photograph, captured on the final day of World War II, in of all places Times Square, that every American associates with VJ ( Victory Over Japan) Day: Alfred Eisenstadt's classic The Kissing Sailor. Made world-famous by its publication in LIFE Magazine, The Kissing Sailor stood as proof to a weary America that the war was over, and peace was at hand.
To learn more about The Kissing Sailor, join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) for Military Monday at 1 p.m. Eastern. His guests this week are U.S. Naval Institute Press (@USNIPress) authors Lawrence Verria and George Galdorisi (@GeorgeGaldorisi), the writers of the book, The Kissing Sailor. Together they will discuss this famous photo, along with the search for the sailor and nurse who encountered Mr. Eisenstadt and his camera that August day. Listeners are encouraged to call and offer questions and about one of the most iconic images ever captured on film.
For more: http://www.usni.org/store/books/aircraft-reference/american-fighters/kissing-sailor
How do you like to be kissed…Slow and gentle, hot and heavy, with or without tongue? Where is your favorite place to be kissed…Mouth, Neck, Some place lower??? How important is kissing? Can it make or break a relationship? Pucker Up with The Emotion Picture Radio Show as we discuss what it takes to master the art of KISSING!!!
Bob Bell is known as “The Kissing Saint.” He is a natural born healer. When Bob was a baby in diapers, Bob kissed his brother who was ill with the flu and instantly his high fever and other symptoms disappeared. He got up and he ran out to play completely recovered. Bob also helped elderly neighbors to get out of wheelchairs and be completely healed. Bob also cured both his mother and father from life threatening aliments. Bob himself, has had 2 near death experiences, when he was an adolescent and another time when he was in his 40's.
Like many children with this and other great gifts, Bob did not share his abilities for decades and chose a different career path as a very successful investment banker, until now. Bob has been guided to return to his miraculous gift of healing, helping humanity and animals with astounding results. From Alzheimer’s to depression, M.S. and cancer, blood disease and more, people from around the world are reporting improved health and diseases simply gone. Working with terminally sick people, as well as animals, the results are astonishing!
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Start the New Year 2014 with a miraculous start. Bob Bell is a healer like none other. Meet the Kissing Saint. A born healer, Bob miraculously cured his brother by kissing him. He has brought people out of comas, healed blindness, and changed lives of hundreds of thousands of people around the world. After a very successful career as an investment banker, to appease his father, Bob has emerged to share his gifts and touch lives with his amazing abilities. Clients and testimonials pour in whenever he shares his gift. Join us on this amazing LIVE event of transformation and start 2014 off with a new lease on life. Bob's gift is so amazing that animals flock to his home and actually assist him in his work. Come and find out more about Bob, and join us live for an opportunity of a lifetime. This is my very special New Year's gift to you!
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She's Back! Andrea Demirjian, author of Kissing: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About One of Life's Sweetest Pleasures is joining the Guy's Guy for a second installment of her discussion about holiday kissing and kissing customs around the world
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A Southwestern R&B ensemble, Hi-Five found success with a sound that updated elements of the Jackson 5 and New Edition. The quintet debuted on Jive in 1990 with a self-titled album, which featured a Top Ten pop hit with "I Can't Wait Another Minute," as well as the number one hit "I Like the Way (The Kissing Game)." After facing a few setbacks; Three of the group's early members, as well as two new members, resumed Hi-Five and released the single "Favorite Girl" in 2012. They continues to perform and record. (as written and submitted by Ron Wynn on allmusic.com)