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Attention All Passengers: The Airlines’ Dangerous Descent – and How to Reclaim Our Skies author William J. McGee on the Conversation Crossroad radio program. Lost baggage. Lengthy delays. Canceled flights. Anyone who has flown recently knows that consumer frustration with airlines is at an all-time high. While many Americans are frustrated with airlines for common problems such as baggage fees and poor service, few people realize that far more ser
The MMA Subway-ATTU Network was packed last night... your host Johnny Quantum had a BLAST and so did the passengers of the Subway...
John "The Potter" Cofer will be fighting @ XFC 24 on June 14th against Chad Livingston.
Caitlin Dieni is a young lady with a passion to help fighters achive goals. A class project has now turned into a charity to help fighters with their needs.
Since the age of 11 Nicdali wanted to become a professional boxer after watching Oscar De La Hoya beat Julio Ceasar Chavez. Her mother would Not let her compete or train in boxing, her mother told her she must wait till she was 18. Her mother gave in when she was 16 and let her start training cardio kickboxing.
Nicdali will be fighting at Invicta FC 6 against former Atomweight Champ Jessica Penne on July 13th.
Leslie "The Peacemaker" Smith will be making her second appearance on the show. Leslie will be fighting on July 13th at Invicta FC 6, her opponent will be Jennifer Maia.
I enjoy cooking with my friends and family, but I also love finding new and exciting restaurants that take me back to feeling like I’m home that I can share with others.
I created Big Eats Small Spots out of my love for food and entertaining, but also to help others find great spots to eat. My show is unique in that it is a “live” restaurant directory giving people a visual of the atmosphere and ambiance of the restaurant, they get to know the owners or chefs, and they can see the wonderful food choices in order to make a more informative decision for the best place to dine. This idea was born out of continually being asked, “Where is a good place to eat?” when I worked as a Seattle tour bus driver. I wanted to recommend places to my passengers but take it one step further and create a way for them to see these restaurants and delicious food for themselves in a video online. When I ran this idea by my passengers, they’d always say, “I wish you had that before I came to visit here!”, and I knew then it would be a hit and would fill a need not found online today. We are also planning a spinoff called, “Big Eats Small Adventures” that we’re really excited about. This show, produced and hosted by Lawrence Taplin, will feature the new fad of food trucks that are invading cities all across America. Lawrence will give impromptu interviews with the owners and chefs and talk about the food they offer and where you can find them. With Lawrence’s charm, engaging personality, and his love for food, this show is sure to be fun, entertaining, and informative!
Visit BigEatsSmallSpots.com and let us know what you think!
WE HAD BETTER LAND GEAR UP! This decision was made by an Eastern Captain when he and his crew on the newest jet in the Eastern fleet had a gear malfunction. The aircraft was full with over 100 passengers. Re-live this dramatic story as presented in this week's Episode 117. Please be on-board as we depart from the Gate at 7:00 pm EST. Go to: www.blogtalkradio.com/capteddie
If you’ve ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes at our world’s airports, you’ll enjoy today’s book club reading “Tales from the Tarmac”. Author Claudia Oxee is a former runway model turned airline industry aficionado and her new book offers great insight into the crazy world of airport terminals when ground staff and passengers intersect. With humor, warmth, and wit, Oxee shares her most memorable moments in the industry in hopes to entertain – and yes, enlighten! – all travelers, from the novice to the seasoned. Oxee’s book is part ‘tell-all’ and part etiquette guide, but “Tales from the Tarmac” is also all heart and humor. To read more "Tales from the Tarmac" click HERE.
One moment your in your own country boarding a plane, a flight you take e very Monday and in no time you are amidst yelling and screaming from passengers all around you and then the plane crashes….what is going through your mind?
There is plane wreckage, death, fire, and chaos…How do you survive?
This story was covered in Indonesia, USA and several countries around the world and we are going to share the real life story of one survivor and the Author of Escape from Death Riel Pasaribu.
Part 2 air on Saturday, May 11, 2013
This program visits issues and topics currently in the news. There are times when worth wild topics just don't get enough attention, so we make the time, follow up and shine light on stories that interest us.
Today we'll cover a story about an Airline making two passengers change clothes, Can a mother sell there kids mementoes and A Florida Teen Arrested on felony charge for science expirement scare
S amoa Air has become the first airline to charge passengers according to how much they weigh. The company carries travelers on hops between Pacific islands that have some of the highest obesity rates in the world. Instead of charging for each seat, Samoa Air has started weighing passengers along with their luggage, and charging them a fee reflecting the total, depending on the length of the flight. Fees range from about $1 to $4 per kilo (2.2 pounds), meaning passengers pay a little under $50 to $200 per 100 lbs. "This is the fairest way of traveling," Samoa Air CEO Chris Langton says. "There are no extra fees in terms of excess baggage or anything.
Mary Zatopek, Sales Manager with United Access, talks about adaptations available to help older drivers to stay mobile and how to accomodate passengers with disabilities.
Mary Zatopek has been with United Access since 2010, helping to develop the marketing, sales and educational programs for St. Louis and several other United Access locations. She holds a Master of Business Administration degree from University of Missouri-St. Louis and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree with an emphasis in Marketing from Saint Louis University. Mary is on the Missouri Rehabilitation Association state board and is also the Board Member-Education on the local chapter of Missouri Rehabilitation Association. Mary Zatopek 9389 Natural Bridge Rd Saint Louis, MO 63134 (314)989-1010 firstname.lastname@example.org
What's the matter with the TEA PARTY?
What the Tea Party should have done regarding the federal budget/programs in the communities across America
INVESTIGATE-COORDINATE & COMMUNICATE!
HEALTH & CONSUMER ADVICE-
Should you buy used socks and underware in a thrift store?
MAY 1ST Births-Deaths & Events Relevant to US(a)
COMMUNIST HOLIDAY MAY DAY--
Audio--Russian National Anthem The Internationale
In a New York Newspaper ad--German Embassy warns Lusitania's Passengers they are at risk to travel in a war zone
Citizen Kane Movie premiered over William Randolph Hearst's objections --It potrayed the Newspaper publisher
Birthday Glenn Ford--Canadian born legal immigrant who served in the US Marines WW2--Catain US Navy--Great Movie Actor
I've been listening to other shows on BTR and I am hearing a audio disruption.We'll deal with as long as possible until I decide to cut the show.
3 stories tonight,Gordon Duff says "Caught.Israel orchestrating World War 3.This story is suppose to be on the Israelis news magazine DEBKA.I can't confirm this story,because i don't have a DEBKA subscription.But we'll look at the statement.
Missiles were fired at a Russian airliner with 159 passengers onboard flying over Syria.Can anyone say "false flag".Why would a commerical airline full of Russians be doing flying over a war zone.
Call in and let's look and talk about these topics.