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Food prep does not have to be complicated!
If you dont have much time than simple changes can keep you in the kitchen for less time, while giving your kids a healthier meal!
If you are looking for simple tricks to keep your kids happy, while feeding them healthy food than join us to learn what exactly you need to buy, and how to prepare it!
The meals that you will learn will not only be tasty for kids, but will also be good for you as well!
You've taken the requisite LSAT prep course and now you don't know what else you can do to improve your score. Here's where I bring in LSAT tutor John Rood, president of Next Step Test Prep. We are going to talk about how to improve your LSAT score after you're done with your LSAT prep class:
1. What to do when you've already taken tons of practice tests?
2. Where should you spend your time in order to get the biggest increase in your score?
3. How to know whether a tutor can help you and what to expect from an LSAT tutor?
4. How likely is it that you can raise your score 5+ points when your LSAT prep course is over.
Join us and chat questions live!
I want to finish up last week's discussion on starting fires and purchasing and storing bulk dry foods and medicines.
I also want to go over the lessons learned from the last 11 days of the Precision Rifle and Stalking and Camouflage courses. We had a great week and half here at BattleRoadUSA and I want to share some of the information I learned with you.
You can call in b dialing 347-308-8790 and following the call screeners instructions.
Hope to see you there!
Some people are ready to begin to prep, to become preppers. They just are not sure where to begin. It does not have to be a difficult process. It can be an easy process, depending on what kind of a prepper you want to be, and what your preparing for. In this edition of Contra Radio we will address some of these issues and questions. Contafighter blog
- LSAT preparation and tutoring
- Applying to law school
- Best LSAT Prep books
- Value of LSAT prep courses
- When to take the LSAT
- how early to start your LSAT prep
- Your LSAT score
- How to use LSAT tutors
- How personality type can affect your LSAT score
John Richardson - www.masteringthelsat.com
John Rood www.nextsteptestprep.com
The Merriment begins in earnest - With only a Laugh a minute interludes
with Verity Biz-Mouff providing the News she Chooses to Lose, Ms Misty Shores
providing the latest Education Report via her hand puppet and co-conspirator Grady Flaytion.
Some very Useful Zen Humor provided via the Sin-tallating Sin-sation Cintra
The Latest Olympic News from our Bazillian Bombshelter of a Gal Ms Rita Bahia-Rio
and with a Froward-flash from the Perilous Past - with Senator Elect Ms. Gwendolyne of The Seventh Seas
performing her interpretation from a Searing Censorship Tome a little piece entitled...
Ya'll just have-ta be here!
TUNE IN 8:30pm Friday (Eastern) and with just a wee bit of LUCK
some Fluff from Bhagdad thrown in.... duck!
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WarRoom Fantasy SportsRadio, a member of the Fantasy Sports Machine, airs live every Sunday and Wednesday night at 8:00 est. The show covers all the latest in the NFL, MLB, and the NBA as well the best fantasy sports analysis. Hosted by Anthony Aniano, writer for rotogalaxy.com, the guys cover everything in sports and a whole lot more. Don't forget to check our their sponsors, rotogalaxy.com, rotoballer.com, and hotsaucejohnny.com
In tonight's episode we visit the MLB pennant races as well as make our final fantasy football decisions and predicitons.
in Self Help
After 3 days in a pd session.I have several observations I would like to make.
Come and Pour the T with me Today at 6pm.
The call in number is: 347-633-9497
The Chat Room will also be open for anyone who would like to log in and make a comment.
And that means another episode from your humble hosts Dave and Jason here on the drinkfive podcast. This week is a lead-in to the most relevant preseason games (week 3) and we'll also be going over all of the major fantasy players in the AFC/NFC South divisions. And are you watching The Leftovers? We are, and what a great episode last week. With the season finale now in sight, we have quite a few things to talk about. Join us LIVE tonight in the chatroom or call us up with any questions or comments!
Thanks for joining us,
Dave and Jason
The Spiritual Warfare Course part 2 begins August 5th
The class will be 2 hours of teaching, at times interviews and chat questions also
The workbook for this course will be ready for order by August 11th here
The first two weeks I will do interviews with others on the topic of Spiritual Warfare
Thanks, Join us
WORKBOOK VOLUME TWO
SW Class 2/19/2014 here
Begins soon ON TUESDAY 8PM - 11PM EST COMBINED WITH OCCULT CRIMES COURSE
We'll be on the road this weekend, broadcasting live at a special time on Saturday from Spark of Divine in Vero Beach, Florida! Reiki Master and Certified Angelologist Beth Franks will be joining us for an Angel Show! Beth teaches courses on Angelology and will explain what that is and how you can work with angels yourself! We'll also be taking questions from those present, as well as answering questions from the chatroom, Facebook and Twitter!
SHOW NOTES: In the MYTH WARRIORS™ series we are targeting ideas to begin to assess whether they are credible or not. The topic for this episode is, “Taking college courses online is easy!”
This is a myth. If you already have completed one or more college degrees, it is a myth yet you have a higher probability of success with this modality of college classes (as college classes are not easy whether online or on campus).
Is it “true” that many people are taking online college courses? Yes.
“According to Columbia University’s Community College Research Center, for example, about seven million students — about a third of all those enrolled in college — are enrolled in what the center describes as traditional online courses.” (http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/19/opinion/the-trouble-with-online-college.html?_r=0)
If everyone is doing it (i.e., it is popular), it must be easy, right? Wrong.
“Students preferred direct instruction if they expected a course to be difficult, singling out math and science [...]. They also preferred a face-to-face setting when studying subjects they considered interesting or important, especially if the class was in their major. Many of the students said they learned more when the instructor is present.” (http://articles.latimes.com/2013/apr/25/local/la-me-ln-study-online-20130425)
“[C]ourses delivered solely online may be fine for highly skilled, highly motivated people, but they are inappropriate for struggling students who make up a significant portion of college enrollment and who need close contact with instructors to succeed.[…]” (http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/19/opinion/the-trouble-with-online-college.html?_r=0)
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