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  • 00:14

    Verbal Alchemy

    in Poetry

    about life as a black man, poetry, roller skating

  • 00:05

    Verbal Alchemy

    in Poetry

    we talk about everything even Roller Skating

  • 01:01

    Verbal Submission 210: Doug Merlino

    in Sports

    Join us for the 210th episode of the Verbal Submission on Sunday, October 11th, 2015 as hosts Brian Hemminger, Gerry Rodriguez and Richard Perry discuss the latest happenings in the world of mixed martial arts. We'll be talking some UFC 192 fallout, the upcoming WSOF and Legacy events this weekend, Nick Diaz getting endorsed by Cher and much, much more.

    Our special guest will be journalist and author Doug Merlino, who's new book "Beast: Blood, Struggle and Dreams at the Heart of Mixed Martial Arts" debuts this week.

  • 00:31

    Mobile App Bootcamp for Non-tech Entrepreneurs

    in Technology

    The use of mobile/ Wireless technolgoes are fast becoming a critical element in the growth and productivity of comapnies in every industry. Often, there are entrepreneurs with exciting ideas of ways that they can use these technologies to faciliate growth of their firm or serve their customers more effectively, but they don't know how to access the expertise.

    The Michigan Small Business Development Center (MI-SBDC), the Mobile Technology Association of Michigan (MTAM), Logic Solutions and Automation Alley are partnering to host a "How to Build a Successful Mobile App" Bootcamp on Thursday, December 3rd, @ 7:30 A.M to 1:00 P.M at Automation Alley in Troy, Michigan. Designed to help non-technical entrepreneurs in any industry who want to take advantage of the functions and features of mobile. 

    Please join Melissa Bernie and Keith Brophy, the Michigan State Director for the SBDC @1:00 P.M on November 13th as they walk us throught the Boot Camp Workshop and its importance to Michigan. Want to grow your business through use of mobile tech? This is the show for you!

  • 00:43

    Verbal Submission 209: Mike Rhodes

    in Sports

    Join us for the 209th episode of The Verbal Submission as hosts Brian Hemminger, Gerry Rodriguez and Richard Perry discuss the latest happenings in the world of mixed martial arts. We'll be talking this past weekend's Bellator 142, WSOF 23 and Titan FC 35 events and much, much more.

    Our special guest will be Mike Rhodes, who's competing in the upstart Prestige FC promotion this October in the main event of the promotion's first show.

  • 01:03

    Voices InJustice - Emotional or Verbal Abuse - Is this a societal abuse?

    in Current Events

    Welcome to Voices InJustice, a continuing outreach program of Butterfly Dreams Abuse Recovery. We are here to share your public voice, without sharing your identity. You are able to share your thoughts by calling in live at 929-477-3163 or by loging into blogtalkradio.com with your Social ID and join the live chatroom. Sunday, Oct 11th, 7pm eastern/6pm central/4pm pacific time we are discussing the influence of Emotional and/or Verbal abuse. 

    TELL ME - Which would you find more influential in changing our behaviors; Is it what we constantly hear others say about us? Is it degrading words society uses to describe persons whom they don't even know? Is it what our children hear in the comments and condemnation from their parents or other kids at school? The key is that Emotional or Verbal Abuse can happen anytime, by anyone, it is how we pass judgement on others because of their lifestyle choice or certain ways they act. It is the comments by parents calling their child stupid, rather than saying, 'that was a stupid action, but you can do better'. Emotional & Verbal abuse is usually at it's worst in a dominating relationship; one your teen just might be tolerating to date the most popular person in school. It is something we think nothing about in our comments about the person or the family down the street, and it is what ends up being the constant bullying your child might be inflicting on others because its the only way people at home ever talk about them. This is a personally destructive abuse that targets how we see ourselves, the feeling of being worthy.

    Tonight we discuss how we teach our kids to see our society and how they will handle social/personal relationships. Join us live for open discussion to share any experiences or comments, because we definitely VALUE YOUR VOICE. Our shows are strictly for open discussion entertainment only. Thank you

  • 00:31

    "Sistuh Kan We Talk" with host Ms Willie Williams Verbal Gumbo

    in Entertainment

    "Verbal Gumbo". Come and spend an evening with Michelle Troxclair and Felicia Webster at the House of Loom in Omaha NE.  The evening includes Stacey Dyson all the way from California to stir up a healthy helping of gumbo.  Various artists, storytellers and lyricists will grace the stage.  Listen in, call in or tune in.   Www.blogtalkradio.com/sistuh.  Thursday October 15, 2015 at 10:00 pmCST   We wanna hear from you


  • 02:59

    The Round Table Ep.21 (Non Believers Vs Theist)

    in Spirituality

    On this episode of the round table we will hear from some non believers and believers.  Listen to some the of the questions and comments asked.  Remember you can join in live.  

    Shelton Henderson


    LaRon Campbell


    Emunah Y'srael





  • 01:00

    Breaks-Ups and Consensual Non-Monogamy

    in Relationships

    In the early 80s, Neil Sedaka sung "Breaking Up Is Hard To Do". His song was primarily about monogamous relationships, but his words are no less true for those who practice consensual non-monogamy. As a matter of fact, many feel a failed consensual non-mog relationship implies a failure in consensual non-monogamy. A failed relationship does not mean that a consensual non-monogamous lifestyle must end too. Join Devin Kent and Dr. T as they explore the difficulties and opportunities created by ending a consensual non-monogamous relationship.

  • 01:58

    Non-Aggression Principle Episode 111915

    in Politics

    Something happened in Paris, and Syrian Refugees are advancing to America, tonight on the FreeStateRadio?


    in Lifestyle

    I'm Chelsea Szabo, and I battled death three times before reaching the age of twenty. I survived two different types of cancer (Melanoma and Hodgkin's lymphoma) and a serious automobile accident.

    These experiences gave me a sense of urgency to embrace life to the fullest, and provided the personal motto:  Keep going until you get what you want, and then repeat.

    And that's just what I did after graduating with a B.S. in Marketing from West Chester University of Pennsylvania—I went after what I thought I wanted. I moved to Los Angeles and quickly jumped into the local advertising scene and immersed myself in a variety of professional and philanthropic opportunities. 

    So, I left what was familiar to find what was authentic. I finally found it when I became a Certified Professional Coach. The one thing that stayed consistent during this transition was my voice. In order to get what I wanted, I had to voice it again, and again, and again, even when it sounded crazy to others.  

    That's the root of my private coaching practice, Verbal Courage. As a Coach, I blend my passion for helping others with the strong belief that change can't happen without a confident voice. I now wake up completely fulfilled as my days are dedicated to guiding others to speak with Verbal Courage. Nothing is more rewarding than seeing them learn to trust their intuition, and successfully initiate even the most difficult conversations to keep them on track to get what they truly want. 

    For more on me, and what Verbal Courage can mean for you, visit VerbalCourage.com