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Chris Baugh has been a Los Angeles-based location manager for the past two decades. After obtaining degrees in Film Studies, French and Critical Theory from UC Irvine and Sorbonne Paris-III in Paris, France, Chris went on to work as a supervising location manager with directors including Ron Howard, Steven Spielberg, Cameron Crowe, Ben Affleck, Nancy Meyers and Danny Boyle. His credits include “Argo,” “Angels and Demons,” “We Bought a Zoo,” “Secretariat,” “The Holiday” and “Steve Jobs” Chris’ has most recently completed the Morten Tyldum feature “Passengers” opening in theaters in December 2016. As a former LMGA board member, Chris is dedicated to supporting his colleagues and improving the image of location professionals worldwide. Chris has won the California on Location Award for four years straight "Argo" (2012) Location Manager of the Year, "Transcendence" (2013) Location Team of the Year, "The Gambler" (2014) Location Team of the Year and "Steve Jobs" (2015) Location Manager of the Year. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
On this episode of Patriot Nation Radio Live! We will be Talking with William Weaver about the Photos, and Video footage he took at Harrisburg International Airport of no less then 30 Bus loads of people being off load from UPS parcel planes.Tonite 8pm eastern time, and 5pm pacific www.blogtalkradio.com/winn Patriot Nation Radio Live!
Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:
The Pentagon raises security alerts after ISIS threatens America
The Vatican officially recognizes the state of Palestine in a new treaty
Israel indicts three Palestinian teens who plotted to kill bus passengers
PBS hosted a Debate between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders tonight.
What are the differences? Are they truly 93% the same?
Who would be the best president - Hillary or Bernie?
The Republican Clown Car has departed for South Carolina with two less passengers. The race is tightening, and those on the bubble are getting anxious, and nasty.
Which candidate do you think will win the republican nomination - Trump? Cruz? Kasick?
Hillary just received the endorsement of the Congressional Black Caucus PAC. How will that affect the coming Primaries and Caucuses?
Which of the Democratic candidates do you think will win the Dem's nomination?
Will Hillary beat the republican nominee? Can Bernie beat him?
Join me as I open my guest call in lines so that we may explore the answers to these questions, and more, Tonight at 11:30
ONE VOICE SILENCED, ONE MILLION AWAKENED, was on the sign of a man who went to honor an American hero named Lavoy Finnicum. There were more than 4000 people gathered in Knab, Utah to honor an honest and godly rancher who was a peacemaker and the man who exited a vehicle that was ambushed, to draw fire away from the three passengers still in the vehicle, one man and two women. He was murdered, gunned down in cold blood, with his hands raised in the air, and then the vehicle was attacked, repeatedly, with vollies of gunfire and flashbangs, in the attempts of the death squad, to murder all the witnesses. But the miraculous power of God and prayer kept those people from being slaughtered, and when the Oregon State Police witnessed the repeated attempts to murder people who had been shouting their surrender, from the very beginning of the ambush, it seems the feds were shamed into stopping their assault, and there was no more bloodshed. THIS IS A CALL IN SHOW. 347-826-9733.
Despite the difficulties we experience in our every day lives, there is excellent direction on what to do and how to do it from a variety of sources. If you are attentive, you can even receive wisdom and insight from the TV series, "Downton Abbey." I did, even though some of it revolved around what direcion not to take and how not to do it!
"Downton Abbey" takes place in the early twentieth century and continues for several generations. This was a time of transition that morphs into a transformation of people, culture, economics, and, well, most everything else. Many called the result a radical new world. It wasn't easy for world passengers who lived during those times and it hasn't been easy since. I guess it has not been easy for people in most any era of world history, so, why should it be different now. Well, it isn't.
But I didn't live there and no one in that era was in my center of influence. I'm here and my interest is presenting life-time strategies for moving through the chaos that the world places in our path. Interested? I am! That's why I do this call and this series will give specific direction--I promise.
Miami-Dade commissioners passed an ordinance in favor of ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft.
The ordinance, proposed by Commissioner Esteban Bovo, passed on first reading 10 to 2 .
Uber got almost all that it asked for. Some requirements were placed on the ride-sharing companies: The drivers must obtain a county license, they must undergo background tests at Uber’s expense, their vehicles must undergo annual inspections to make sure they’re safe.
They will not be required to be insured 24 hours a day, but only when they are going to be carrying and dropping off passengers.
While many may recognize Susan Bennett as the voice behind Apple's Siri software, she does more than simply give us directions from the palm of our hands. Susan is also there to greet passengers at Delta gates worldwide, helps people discover the Better Ingredients in pizza, and makes the Mission Possible.
Susan is a multi-talented professional. She is an accomplished singer, a polished and professional spokesperson, a talented emcee and an accomplished communicator who has assisted corporations and organizations to achieve their communications goals. She also takes her iconic role at the world's foremost voice assistant with a warm smile and a sense of humor.
Susan will share her experiences and insights with us in what promises to be an interesting podcast.
A 2015 Nissan Murano, Platinum Editiion, with All-Wheel-Drive was recently furnished for a week-long test-drive. Noted automotive journalist ALAN GELL re-caps his impressions and highlights of the Nissan Murano.
GELL first broadcast this short review on KBPC-FM radio in East Texas and it is repeated here. GELL commented, "This new Nissan Murano is a pleasure to drive, is highly versatile, looks great, and provides a lot for both driver and passengers. This specialty crossover just might be the vehicle that would be great for you and your family. It certainly got my attention."
Massive flooding of the Mississippi River as 21 people are dead and billions of dollars in damage on this New Year Eve. Also Dozens dead in Syria as ISIS hits a Kurdish town with 3 suicide bombers. Also NASA expects the Earth to be hit with a "Direct Hit" of a CME and earthquakes or Volcanos or Tsunami or major power outages could occur today. Also a plane from China to Canada hits extreme turbulence and causes 21 passengers to be injured. Also "Rats On A Plane" causes an Air India Flight headed to London England to turn around and get all 200 passengers off the plane. Also President Obama has been caught spying on Israel during the Iran Nuke Deal negotiations. These and much more current news events along with bible prophecy and the powerful Word of God. Your Host Pastor Paul Begley of Indiana.
I have always thought of Christmas time, when it has come round, as a good time; a kind, forgiving, charitable time; the only time I know of, in the long calendar of the year, when men and women seem by one consent to open their shut-up hearts freely, and to think of people below them as if they really were fellow passengers to the grave, and not another race of creatures bound on other journeys.
We're about to release a new show, The Truth About Stem Cells, with Dr. Sharon McQuillan. Adult stem cells are being used in cutting edge treatments around the globe. Dr. McQuillan has been involved in stem cell research for over 10 years and really knows her stuff. Located in South Florida, I had the opportunity to discuss the therapy with her over the past several months. I'm amazed by the results and can't wait to share them with you.
Interesting story about the lengths an NJ woman went to reclaim her rightfully earned parking space. She hit another woman over the head with a 15 inch steel pipe. She's facing aggravated assault charges. Moral of the story, if someone wants your parking space, let them have it!
As promised, New York's decline has accelerated. The number of derelicts living at the airport has increased dramatically in the past year, turning the main terminal into the city’s most popular de facto flophouse, where they sleep, eat and wash up while competing for space with passengers, according to Port Authority sources. But after the NYPost ran their expose, the Authority is promising to bar the homeless from 11pm to 4am daily. What a bold measure.
New York State is also incapable of understanding the unintended consequences of rapacious tobacco taxes. At $4.35 per pack, plus other levies, it's running smokers over 10 bucks a pack to satisfy their addiction. And NY can't figure out why cigarette sales are down a whopping 54 percent. You don't need to be Ludwig vonMises to figure that one out!
And Cuba is making progress. They've agreed to pay back billions in principal to their creditor nations, sans the US, while getting a waiver of the accrued interest. Not a bad deal, all things considered.