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  • 00:22

    Veterans With Epilepsy - POEM Study

    in Health

    In this episode of Epilepsy.com's Hallway Conversations, Dr. Joseph Sirven, Professor of Neurology at Mayo Clinic Arizona and Editor-in-Chief of Epilepsy.com, interviews John Hixson, MD about the Policy for Optimal Epilepsy Management (POEM) study.


    The overall goal of the study is to improve the self-management practices of U.S. Veterans with epilepsy such as tracking seizures, managing medications and side effects, and engaging with other people with similar concerns about their condition. The results of the study were presented at the 66th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology.

  • 00:57

    Poem Central: An Interview with Shirley McPhillips

    in Education

    Join us for an interview with Shirley McPhillips, author of Poem Central: Word Journeys with Readers and Writers. Shirley will discuss her life in and with poetry, and her work with youth as readers and makers of poems.


    *We are re-airing this show in honor of National Poetry Month. It originally aired September 11, 2014.

  • 00:33

    Extra! Extra! Smooch a POEM!

    in Poetry

    Each week we seem to be drawn to the negative aspects of our physical existence. Tune in and help us give our listeners your personal prose message. Voting, Smoking, Healing , Choking, every single day there is a new concept of awareness and how we deal with it has everything to do with our own happiness. Smooches RADIO believes that a broadcast adventure will help impact your WORLD...tune in 626-213-5635...smooches! #smoochaPoem #incarceratedhearts
     


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  • 00:02

    The Queen OF Chess Poem

    in Poetry

    *turn down the volume to hear audio clearly
    A poem about playing the position of the queen in your life. The Queen makes all of the moves in Chess. You have to make all the moves in your life to protect your future.
    Visit my blog http://lkpinder.blogspot.com/ for more poems.

  • 00:54

    Some history of Christmas, Poem and good music

    in Entertainment

    Some history of Santa, and Christmas day. A poem reading and good music

  • 00:10

    LLR: A Break From Back to School Activities with Poetry!

    in Poetry

    Join your hostess, Andrea Weston, for a break from back to school activities!  Tonight she will be sharing some erotic, sensual and love poetry. Listen via skype, internet at http://tobtr.com/s/7863221 or telephone: (646) 478-5072 and press the #1 to join Andrea on air.

  • 01:06

    its the d420Show 273

    in Comedy

    Join us every Thursday Night @9pm. est. 6pm. Pst. 


    with your Hosts-


    Antlive: Poem Brake, Mega Bud bakes


    Steve Stoner: (aka OBB) "The Old Bitter Basturd": Eyes on you


    Smokin Joe Rocha: Pot Farming


    Join us for the News With Comedy and the Herbword on the Streets...


     

  • 01:43

    Hung Jury.... Would you date a Transsexual?

    in Lifestyle

     


    Lenore Lux


    Feb 5


    What is Transgender?


    I think sometimes, about what it means to be transgender. I probe and probe for answers, because as the possibility for a new age of enlightenment and safety increases, the others want to know. I’ve come up with many answers, but I can hold to none. I don’t deserve to paint the definition of a culture with the limited experiences I’ve had. I don’t see myself in the transgender identified people allowed on television. I don’t see myself in the transgender identified people making news feeds and giving high profile interviews. And as my nation’s exposure to our culture increases, likely will their curiosity. Am I transgender? Do I have the right? I’ve heard doctors, psychiatrists, may refuse transgender patients access to hormone therapy based on how dedicated or convincing their portrayal of their identified gender. If you want to be a man or woman, you’ll have to look like the women and men on TV. If you want to be transgender, you’ll have to look like the trans identified people on TV. Every single one of us who has an active role as either participant or observer in our society is prey to the crisis of validity. Am I pretty enough? Am I strong enough? Am I brave enough? Mom enough? Dad enough? Competitive enough? Successful enough? Rich enough? Sexy enough? Pious enough? It never ends. We’re, as a nation of people, being crushed and compartmentalized by this ever present lens, looming over us, exploiting our weaknesses and fears so it may grow wider, and support itself as it follows us, seemingly forever into the future.

  • WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

    BlogTalk Radio may or may not air this show tonight, if you can not hear the show please read the byline. So we can proceed with the subject matter. This is one Poem of Garvey called THE TRAGEDY OF THE WHITE MANS INJUSTICE...."


    Under the canopy of Nature's law
    We shall unitedly and bravely draw.
    On the plains of God's green Amphitheatre,
    Swords, in rhythm with Divine Meter:
    Jehovah's Day will have surely come,
    With Angelic strains and Seraphic hum:
    The Guides of Heaven will direct the way,
    Keeping us from wandering far astray.


    (34)
    Like around the high walls of Jericho,
    March we, as Rio speeds through Mexico:
    Trumpets loud will the Guiding Angels blow.
    As scatter the enemy to-and-fro:
    Heaven will have given us a battle cry:
    'Oh Brave Soldiers you shall never die':
    Rally to the command of Heaven's King,
    As Cherubim to Him your tidings bring.


    (35)
    See the deadly clash of arms! Watch! They fall!
    There is stillness!-It is the funeral pall!
    A sad requiem now is to be sung!
    Not by Angels. but in their human tongue!
    The cruel masters of yesterday are done!
    From the fields of battle they have run!
    A brand new world of justice is to be!
    'You shall be a true brother unto me!'


    (36)
    This is a forecast of God's wrath:
    White man, will you turn from the evil path?
    There is still hope for you, among the good:
    If you will seek the bigger-brotherhood:
    Stop your tricks, frauds, lying and stealing,
    And settle down to fair and square dealing;
    If not, prepare yourself for gloomy hell,
    As God announces the sorrowing knell.


    (37)

  • 00:31

    YPSC-Young People Serving Christ - With Malisha Williams - ELRC Inc

    in Christianity

    These days serving Christ with sincerity in our youth is a rare thing. Young people that are doing Christian ministry in some form or fashion are only in the light because they like the notoriaty it gives to them. They like being told how well they danced or how well they gave spoken word on the bible, or how nice the poem is that they wrote or how well they sing or act or whatever applies. But it is never about God. 


    This robs God of His praise and HIs glory in the gift that He has given to them. If you are ministering in your youth and it doesn't matter how well you do whatever it is that you do. If it's ALL about you then God is NOT in it and your whole message becomes lost in translation.


    But when people can see and feel your worship, and are moved to worship because of your worship or ministry... then you have delivered a good message, and God is well pleased. Young people who love God have a message too... just be sure that your message is not a mess. Let your ministry be God centered. 

  • 01:14

    its the d420Show 272

    in Comedy

    Join us every Thursday Night @9pm. est. 6pm. Pst. 


    with your Hosts-


    Antlive: Poem Brake, Mega Bud bakes


    Steve Stoner: (aka OBB) "The Old Bitter Basturd": Eyes on you


    Smokin Joe Rocha: Pot Farming


    Join us for the News With Comedy and the Herbword on the Streets...