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I'm Walter Rossie Jr. and I'm on this week's episode I will be exposing a company called Summerwind Solar Cal LLC, and sharing my negative experience in dealing with Bud Rice and Bill Roush. I sold solar for Summerwind Solar LLC to save money so I could use that very money to live my new dream as a motivational speaker and author. I was the top performer in sales for our California office but Bud and Bill decided not to pay me $36,000 and fled back to the Arizona office where they are operating a similarly named company. I'm especially irritated because this week I have to spend money on a a lawyer. So my mission is two fold:
First to expose Bill Roush and Bud Rice for what they've done in California and the lives they've damaged so people in Arizona will know who they are dealing with.
Second is to bring to light the inescapable and sometimes devistating effects of the law of Cause and Effect. A law the ignorance of which can make you very sick or even kill you when violated, like Bill Roush. I witnessed Bill suffer a second heart attack, panic attacks and looked half dead the last time we saw him. I believe it's due to negative energy he's absorbed by doing financial harm to good people that trusted him. Bill was once a good man and now his soul is suffering and his body is reflection of that. We will talk about a spiritual solution to Bill's problem and maybe we can all assist him or anyone else who is suffering the consequences of choosing the Left Handed Path.
I'm a survivor of darkness myself and will share the truth of how I was able to step out of my own darkness and live in the light. "A single sunbeam is enough to drive away any shadows..." ~St. Frances of Assisi
Arizona Football League AzFL.com 21st season 2015 Playoffs Wild Card. Pre Game interviews 4PM MST Mesa All Stars vs Tucson Outlawz. Interviews with team owners. Mike Lee of All Stars and Ray Chubbz Brennan of Outlaws. Plus Outlawz players Terry Kilpatrick, Blaze Almon, Michael Stubblefield. Players from the All Stars Andy Garza, Nathan Kellum. To get complete break down of playoff schedule visit: http://aspnradio.com/azfl-2015-playoff-bracket/ This game is one of two today. The second is the Tempe Predators vs the Phoenix King Leos at 7PM MST. That game will be featured on the air on KXEG 1280 AM in Phoenix, AZ. To get the on air, online and phone app links go to: http:www.aspnradio.com The Arizona Football League is club, amateur and we are partners with the Arizona Interscholastic Association. This the high school sports governing body and you can hear and see our ads on their website AIA365.com When your high school football career is over, graduate then play AzFL. Host of the AZ Sports Network radio show is Kevin Pakos.
The last ROTB Radio show was all about the Arizona Cardinals and the NFL Draft, but on the offensive side of the ball. Seth and Jess talked about the different positions, who might and might not fit and more. This show is about the defensive side of the ball.
The Arizona Cardinals already made some offseason additions, but where could they look in the draft? Seth and Jess will talk about pass rushers, cornerbacks and more. What about inside linebacker?
They go through the different positions -- how likely do the Cards draft someone at the position, who fits and more.
Tune in and keep the conversation going on Revenge of the Birds.
#6 Jonathan McKnight
Year: Redshirt Senior
Hometown: River Ridge, La.
High School: John Curtis HS
Experience: 3 Letters
McKnight has been a fixture in the Wildcats secondary over the last few years. He'll be missed due to his ability to lead and make big plays. Join host Bo Marchionte and special guest Jonathan McKnight of Arizona on the College2pro.com Player's Platform Show.
The NFL Draft is less than a month away, so it is officially time to start talking about the prospects and the needs of the Arizona Cardinals. This episode will be a whole lot more Seth and much less Jess and the two will talk about the NFL Draft in terms of offensive players.
Are there quarterbacks worth drafting? What about the running backs? Are there receivers that Bruce Arians can nab and make productive right away? Will they add to the offensive line? What about tight ends?
Tune in and then keep the conversation going at Revenge of the Birds.
Travel writer Linda Kissam 'Food, Wine & Shopping Diva' chats about her recent visit to Scottsdale, Arizona where she stayed at the Talking Stick Resort, sipped wine at Lawrence Dunham Vineyards Wine Gallery, and dined at The Farm. Listen to her Big Blend Radio interview with hosts Nancy J. Reid & Lisa D. Smith, the mother-daughter travel team and and publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine. Linda Kissam is a professional travel, food, and wine writer based out of Southern California and is also the President of the International Food, Wine & Travel Writers Assosiation. Linda is a columnist for Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine and frequent guest on Big Blend Radio. You can also read her stories on AllinGoodTaste.info. Her Scottsdale travel article will be featured in the upcoming April 2015 issue of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine.
This interview originally aired on March 15, 2015, on Big Blend Radio's Champagne Sundays variety show!
Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith – publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine for Big Blend Radio’s Vacation Station show, focusing on Yuma, Arizona ‘The Great Gateway to the Southwest’. This show airs live from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona.
On this Episode:
- Rex Ijams – Historic Yuma Theatre and Yuma Art Center
- Bruce Brown – Desert Hills Golf Course
- Tanisha Yee - Yuma Civic Center
- Yvonne Peach - Coronado Motor Hotel, Yuma Landing Bar & Grill and Casa de Coronado Museum
- Debbie Mansheim of Basket Creations & More and Bard Date Company talks Medjool Date Nutrition
- Donna George of The Peanut Patch shares Fun Facts about Peanuts
Plus, Yuma Hollywood History with Steve Schnecickert!
Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith, publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine and Spirit of America Magazine, for Big Blend Radio’s Vacation Station travel show. This episode focuses on Tonto National Monument and Globe in central Arizona, a destination Nancy & Lisa visited as part of their Big Blend Spirit of America Tour of all 408 National Park units.
On This Episode
- Libby Schaaf - Chief of Interpretation, Tonto National Monument
- Ellen Kretsch – Executive Director Globe-Miami Chamber of Commerce
- Kip Culver - Historic Globe Main Street Program & Cobre Valley Center for the Arts
- Leana Asberry - Supervisor, Besh-Ba-Gowah Archaeological Park
- Rebecca Williams – Dream Manor Inn
- Phil Smith – Copper Country Renezvous
- R. Michael Wilson – Author ‘Crime & Punishment in Early Arizona’ & ‘More Frontier Justice in the Wild West: Bungled, Bizarre, and Fascinating Executions’
Join Nancy J. Reid & Lisa D. Smith – publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine, for Big Blend Radio, airing live from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona.
On This Episode:
- Henry Biernacki ‘The Global Henry’ will discuss his recent visit to Guanajuato, Mexico. Henry is a world traveler to over 130 countries, an airline captain and line check airman, and author of the novel ‘No More Heroes.’
- Regina Leeds ‘The Zen Organizer’ will share tips on organizing your kitchen and garage. Regina has been organizing clients for over 20 years, and is the author of 9 books on the subject including New York Times best-seller ‘One Year to an Organized Life’.
- Richard Stamp & Espy Matlock will discuss the Hummingbird and Butterfly Gardens in the West Wetlands Park in Yuma, Arizona.
Our guest on Metalsmith Benchtalk on Thursday April 9th, 2015 at 3:00 pm PST is sculptor Kevin Caron.
We invite you to listen and participate in this live interview by logging onto the chatroom on Blogtalkradio.com or by sending a message to Whaley Studios via Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.
Kevin Caron is a sculptor from Phoenix, Arizona. He has created more than 40 private and public commissioned works which are on display across the United States. His public art sculpture Hands On won 17th Annual Best of the West Arts & Culture Award for 2009. He works primarily in fabricated steel.
Caron was born on February 2, 1960. He moved to Arizona with his family in 1973. He served six years in the US Navy, where he worked in machine shops, and aircraft maintenance yards. He was honorably discharged in 1983.
He managed a car repair shop, and in between jobs, built his own vehicle. His career as a sculptor was inspired by his work on a privacy screen. When he had completed the screen, he visualized a fountain made from the same material. Caron became a full-time artist in 2006.
As he launched his art career, he also began a YouTube channel, adding a video each week. By August 2013, the channel had more than 300 videos, more than 15,000 subscribers and 5 million views. He lists M.C. Escher and Antoine Pevsner among his design inspirations.
We stopped In Tombstone Arizona on the way back from Los Cruces New Mexico. My wife and I had both finished reading a couple of books about Wyatt Earp, Doc Holiday, and the OK Corral.
So we decided to make the detour and go see it
First the Bad News, while the parking is free, any attraction you might want to see charges admission
The Ghost town part of town reminded me to much “Knott’s Berry Farm” and or Calico. I would have preferred a deserted set of buildings and a walking tour
Again I sort of figured it was a tourist place so was not expecting too much
The road in / out of town is heavily patrolled so watch your speed
The Good News
We ate at “Big Nose Kate’s Saloon” the food was quite good , the service was great , the entertainment was pretty good, and was a neat place to eat and let one’s imagination take over and be there with Doc Holiday, and the others.
My wife and split a brisket Sandwich and a bowl of chili and each had a “Doc Holiday “to drink (Mr. Pub) but hey indulge me
They had a gentleman doing some street dancing for tips that while not western was rather interesting to watch
A lot of the residents are dressed in period clothing which gives the place that western look.
My wife bought some earrings at a Native American store as souvenirs.
Tombstone is a neat place to stop and visit , check off the bucket list, eat at “Big Nose Kate’s Saloon” and enjoy a couple of hours to break up that LONG I -10 drive BUT I do not foresee it has my favorite destination site yet
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