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Happy Mild Wednesday to you! The Erica Q. Cooper Talk Show's topic is Misery Loves Company. This show will discuss how so many people are miserable with their life, and they keep up so much conflict to keep the show off of them. Hopefully, this show will allow people to understand how to deal with miserable people on a day to day basis. Listeners will be able to chat and call in about their experiences with miserable people and how they handled a situation, or how they will handle situations differently in the future. Listeners can call in at 1-323-870-4011 and listen in by phone, if they do not have access to listen via blog talk radio online.
Misery Loves Company This Week On The Metal Matinee
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Join us on this Sunday Science School Session where we will be discussing the topic of MISERY and how we draw this state of mind to us daily like a magnet.
We will examine and breakdown ch. 44 of the Moorish Holy Koran (Circle 7). This chapter, entitled MISERY, examines its source and how we as Moorish Scientists can combat it and find inner peace. Inner peace eludes us but misery, misery is like a tumor that grows in the body, fed over the years by the poisons that it absorbs externally. So is the tumor of being, misery. We feed it with the poisons of our minds and we are not even aware of it.
Join the SpeakEasy for a live chat following our live tweet-along of The Company of Wolves, the 1984 Neil Jordan film based on Angela Carter's fairy tale reimaginings. The live tweet begins at 8pm in the UK and 3pm Eastern/2pm Central in the US. The hashtag is #Wolves84 and our discussion leader is @mechaangela.
The radio discussion will begin at 10pm UK/5pm Eastern/4pm Central.
Come howl at the moon with us and call in to discuss wolves, fairytales and the glorious Angela Carter!
JOIN ME AS I RESUME MY BROADCAST POST TRAVEL SCHEDULE. I WILL BE DISCUSSING THE AFTERMATH OF THE BALTIMORE RIOTS, THE DOCUMENTARY SOUTHERN RITES, & PUBLICITY VS PARENTING IN THE ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY. JOINING ME WILL ALSO BE SPECIAL GUEST PLUS MODEL NIKKI SHERRIE, SINGER NSPIRATION, & PETITE MODEL MZ. TARA MOSES ALL BASED OUT OF ATLANTA. TUNE IN!!!
We suck, it's okay. We're here for you, do you want to fire Bob Melvin? Do you want to fire Billy Beane? Have you thrown shoes at your TV? Well, we're here for all who are upset.
We're going to be talking also about Jarrod Parker's tragic injury that could possibly end his career. What does it man for the A's and what the hell are we gonna do from here?
We're also going to be ranting about why the Red Sox fans are the worst thing to ever happen to baseball. You're not gonna want to miss any of this, and don't be afraid to call in drunk. ;)
“When life gives you lemons, make lemonade,” is an old phrase with lasting meaning to encourage people to make the best out of any situation in which they may find themselves. Many may feel that because of what they have been through the above phrase is impossible. In actuality, it is not so much what happens to us that brings sadness, disappointment or despair it is how we interpret what life throws at us. In the face of adversity, do not let misery find a home! When life gives you lemons, make lemonade! Listen to this episode to learn how!
Book reference: Learning to tell myself the truth by Dr. William Backus
Wilbert Jones is the president of The Wilbert Jones Company, Inc., a Chicago based 21 year old food/beverage and marketing company. He is the author of three cookbooks, The New Soul Food Cookbook (Carol Publishing Group, 1996), Mama’s Tea Cakes (Kensington, 1998), and Smothered Southern Foods (Kensington 2006). He was the host of 2008 PBS national television show, Healthy Heritage Kitchen. Jones visited the continent, Africa numerous of times and has written many published articles about African food/beverage ingredients. He has also lectured at several culinary institutions across America. His newest book, Images of America: Chicago Blues (Arcadia Publishing), was released on October 27, 2014.