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This Weeks episode were going to get angry guys, that"s right my guest is The Angry Mailman Anthony Alex. Who is he? Well he is a very funny and angry man with a podcast. I am going to be talking to him about the things that make him angry and maybe the things that make him happy. This man always has something to say so don't miss the show. In meantime check out his podcast you won't regret it, it"s very good http://angrymailman.libsyn.com/webpage also follow him on twitter https://twitter.com/AngryPodcast and then tune in to the show because it's going to be better than the Top Gun volleyball scene, yes Tom Cruise you will be jealous. Don't miss out guys and remember The Jamie Project is NAUGHTY NOT NICE.
Workaholic Howard Langston (Arnold Schwarzenegger) wants to make things up to his son, Jamie (Jake Lloyd), and wife, Liz (Rita Wilson). He promises to get Jamie the hottest toy of the season, Turbo-Man -- even though it's Christmas Eve and the toy is practically sold out. As Langston hunts down the elusive gift, he runs into mailman Myron (Sinbad), another father on the same quest. With the clock winding down, Langston's moral code is tested as he starts to learn the real meaning of Christmas.
COCKTAIL CONVERSATIONS on KLJN 107.7
HOST: David Glover, The Controversial Counselor
GUEST: Roosevelt Shaw, Author
Produced by LadyJaz
in Self Help
You can help Stop the Stigma of Mental Illness.
1 out of 5 U.S. Youth lives with a mental health condition, but only 50% receive the help they need. You can help change that.
Nicola Survanshi, MPH is the Executive Director for ReachOut USA, an organization that promotes youth mental health awareness. ReachOut USA is a non-profit that meets youth where they are to deliver peer support and mental health information in a safe and supportive online space. Nicola chaired the Youth Plenary session at the 7th International Together Against Stigma conference in San Francisco, was invited to attend President Obama’s White House Summit on Mental Health.
She’s also presented at youth and mental health conferences. Nicola strongly affirms that online resources and mobile technology can improve the lives of teens and young adults. She believes technology can be instrumental in providing youth with tools to increase resilience and practice mental wellness. Nicola has joined a research project to investigate how texting can promote empowerment and health. Nicola realized her passion for helping youth after starting her career in the U.S. Air Force as an Intelligence Officer. She went on to pursue a Master's Degree from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health.
For more information about ReachOut, visit: http://us.reachout.com/
For more information about Dr Jo Anne White, visit: https://www.drjoannewhite.com/
PROGRAM TIME: 8AM-10AM EDT
"Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds." All of us have heard these words sinvce we were little kids. Well, one word has had a tremendous affect in undermining the USPS...Technology. Once again, another word is being thrown at the USPS...Privatization. We will be taking a look at this issue that will touch all of us.
The destruction and the attempt to change history continues. How would like to have 16 weeks (4 months) paid leave? These issues and more will be discussed today "In the Pickle Barrel".
Hr1 ‘Entourage’ star Adrian Grenier found out the hard way most Americans aren't liberal Hollywood with his inappropriate 9-11 Tweet & Instagram.
Duke University says athletes have a “moral responsibility” to advocate for gay rights. Tell that to the Fellowship of Christian Athletes!
Universities teach gender fluidity as fact to college students. Without any scientific proof?
Hr2 Do you think Donald Trump handled the question about Obama being a Muslim correctly?
The View co-host Joy Behar offends the entire nursing profession thinking she's funny. Might not want to bash entire profession who can keep you alive in an emergency. #NursesUnite
Language guide University of North Carolina advises against policeman, mailman, & other manmade words. What about woman?
Conservative Yale student says: “Yale is creating leaders who are going to divide instead of leaders who unite,” as peers attempt to bully her out.
Hr3 Jobs report, recovery (or lack thereof!), and housing market.
University president says: "I do not believe that requiring coed membership is the best way to address gender discrimination..."
Students call "White Only" & "Black Only" signs on campus (an art project) a hate crime and act of terrorism. Good grief! Was someone blown up or beheaded?
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?
Robert Welch joins us tonight for conversation & readings.
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From www.robertswelch.com: "My books are inspirational true stories. They are about my amazing spiritual journey. They are a record of the messages I have received for myself and the people that I have met along the way. For many years I have been receiving messages from Heaven, God, Jesus and their Angels. I call myself a messenger, like the mailman. What I do is pass on messages. Messages of love, letting us know that we are not alone. Whoever or whatever God means to you, I want you to know he is trying to communicate with you every day."
Jonelle Allen is an American actress, singer, and dancer.
Born in New York City, Allen grew up in Harlem's Sugar Hill in a neighborhood that included Duke Ellington, Sonny Rollins, and Johnny Hodges, and NAACP founder Walter White. She made her Broadway debut at the age of six in The Wisteria Trees, Joshua Logan's Americanized adaptation of The Cherry Orchard starring Helen Hayes. As a child, she also made regular appearances on a local children's television series, The Merry Mailman, hosted by Ray Heatherton.
Allen returned to Broadway for a revival of Finian's Rainbow. She was in the cast of the original off-Broadway production of Hair at Joseph Papp's Public Theater and also appeared in George M! before receiving critical acclaim and a Tony Award nomination for Two Gentlemen of Verona, which earned her New York Drama Critics' Circle, Drama Desk, Theatre World, and Outer Critics Circle Awards for her performance. Despite her success, it proved to be her last Broadway appearance to date.
Allen's film credits include Cotton Comes to Harlem, The Hotel New Hampshire, and The River Niger, for which she won an NAACP Image Award. Other television appearances include Barney Miller, The Love Boat, All in the Family, Trapper John, M.D., Hill Street Blues, Cagney and Lacey, ER, and Girlfriends. She played a lesbian prison inmate in the 1975 television movie Cage Without a Key, which starred Susan Dey.
Her most notable roles are Grace, the entrepreneurial cafe owner in the old west, that she played for seven years on Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, as well as the flamboyant and outspoken Doreen Jackson on the NBC soap opera, Generations and Lucinda Cavender, the vampire witch in the horror comedy film The Midnight Hour. Before her role of Doreen on Generations, Jonelle played ambitious salesgirl turned boutique manager Stacey Russell, on the short-lived primetime soap, Berrenger's.
A PILL FOR ABORTION LANDS WOMAN IN JAIL FOR MURDER
A Georgia woman took pills to end her pregnancy and the prosecutor charged her with murder. Huh? The 23-year old bought the pills on line that caused her to go into labor. She delivered the non-viable fetus on the way to a hospital.
So what are these pills? Can anyone get them? What is the medical abortion as opposed to a surgical one? Is it legal? Can women really be jailed for taking them? Is this common in the rest of the world?
Join us Saturday as Dr. Beverly Winikoff of Gynuity Health Projects joins us to talk about medical abortion and the status of medical abortion around the world. Beverly was Director for Reproductive Health at the Population Council for 25 years and worked on preventing STDs, improving postpartum care, and Safe Motherhood. She is a professor of Clinical Population and Family Health at the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University.
We’ll also have Monica Simpson, Executive Director of SisterSong, a Georgia organization that works for reproductive justice among indigenous women and women of color. She has been featured in several publications as an activist and an artist and works in philanthropy and fundraising as well.
Join us Saturday as we talk about the Georgia case, and others like it; what can happen to women who take matters into their own hands when it comes to reproduction; what is a medically induced abortion; drugs used to terminate pregnancy; and what’s going on in the world when it comes to reproduction.
Call-in with your comments to (646) 378-0430.
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Once again the fellas get together for a great Thursday night discussion. Sports, Humor, Sports, Humor, Sports.....that is what these guys are always thinking (unless a lady in yoga pants walks by)/
Tonight we discuss: 1) If you owned a company, would you hire Roger Goodell to run it? 2) Kobe vs Mailman......i guess Karl wants to "fight" Kobe. 3) Adderall in the NFL, should it even be banned pr should it be allowed? 4) well thats all for specifics, but of course we will have DMAF to start us off and Weird News to wrap us up.
HOSTS: @FNChaos @governor_banes @SOWHollywood @kendalescott
This Musical showcase spotlights Music.! Oddly fitting but somehow a rare delight on our program. We are honoring this who have shared their music and kind voices with us all through playing the music that they chose to share with our listeners. We will play their music and reminisce about the time they shared with the show. We will highlight the stylings of Joshua Rich, Bill Phillippe, and Justina Shandler. Enjoy the show and please use your kind voice to make a difference.. Hosted by Tyler Wolf.