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The violet flame helps us transmute karma and brings comfort to all elemental life, the nature kigdom. Let's send violet flame purple rain into the forest fires blazing through the Northwest, Western States and Canada, and also send our prayers to the firefighters.
The last Saturday of each month Angel answers questions on the air to help you get to your next off to a solid start. Angel is best known for her fun and straight forward communication that helps her clients come to terms with their message so they can move forward with clarity and strength, you want to have the right focus so that you can make the right decisions! If you get through, please do the following:
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This is the end of the month of August. Recap the movies of Irina Palm and Vibrator. Indeed, the shows were limited because of other obligations. What was the most exciting elements of the movies? Did they make you think the right thing or the wrong thing? Did it make you look at your neighbor differently? How were the technical aspects of the film" did you agree or disagree? Could it be better or could you create one that's better? Tune in to Movies to Love Indie Films, Sundays at 6pm. Other times may apply.
On Thursday 27th August at 12 noon CT (7 pm SA time) we will chat with Schalk about the BBBEE laws and their effect of the average white South African. Schalk has a wealth of insight into current affairs in South Africa so this is a "do not miss" episode.
He is a lawyer holding the degrees B Iuris and LLB, that worked for the South African National Prosecution Authority for many years. Thereafter he became involved in Labour Law and worked for an Employers’ organisation. He later founded his own labour and business consultancy. He also presided over many hundreds of labour mediations, concilliations and arbitrations for the South African Commission for Concilliation Mediation and Arbitration. Since 2011he has been consulting private clients and is also involved in organised business organisations. He hasalways been a politically active person and has always been willing to take a stand when his country and people were being prejudiced.
In as rambling and incoherent of an episode of the PDP as we can recall (just kidding, that's every episode), we've got a whole lot of topics on tap. First and foremost is our conversation with Rockies pitcher Tyler Matzek who is back with the Triple-A Albuquerque Isotopes and having success with a clear mind on the mound. We talk with Tyler about his hiatus, his new mental approach and what it's like to be yelled at by the lady who lives in Walter White's house in Albuquerque.
Plus Tyler and Anthony dive into how long it's been since the Rockies won back-to-back games at Atlanta and some other things possibly related to Rockies baseball.
On Wednesday, August 26th 2015 broadcast at 12 Noon Pacific/3PM Eastern join the Hosts of PopHealth Week Gregg Masters, Doug Goldstein and Fred Goldstein for their month end review. This month's focus is on Population Health and Accountable Care. We'll review what we learned from our first two ACO guests, Farzad Mostashari of Aledade and Gerry Meklaus of Accenture (more on tap for September as the interest level has been quite substantial).
We’ll also discuss a recent interview of Ronald Bayer where he had some pretty strong thoughts on Precision Medicine versus Population Health- see: 'Precision Medicine a Threat to Population Health'.
And as is typical Doug (@efuturist) is gallavanting around the world and we’ll get an update from him on his travels, connections and insights from of 'Digital Health España' aka Digitalhealth.es. Innovation is NOT limited to the domestic conversation. Doug will fill us in on his discoveries to date.
On Friday evening, August 21st, 2015 (3rd day of the sixth month) at the special time of 8PM EST (7 PM CST), your Brother (Akhy) in YAHUAH will be talking, teaching, and testifying about the 6th Abary (Hebrew) month of the timetable of YAHUAH and what does it means to the Natzarym (Branches, Nazarenes) of YAHUSHA .. Please join us by calling in at (347) 884-8468 or just click on the link and be blessed. Love you in Spirit and in Kingdom Truth! Shalum. Shalum. Halal u YAHUAH!
It's Sunday, so Tim and Rich are here talking about baseball. They conclude their September call-up section from last week's interrupted show and also cover the following:
1. Tim's Musings
2. News and notes
3. September call-ups
4. Waiver wire pickups
5. Two start pitchers
Join The King of Splatter Punk, William Pattison, as he give you a little introduction to horror's new recognition month, Writers in Horror Recognition Month....
On Thursday August 20th at 12.00 noon CT (7 pm SA time) we will have Cornelia de Wet discussing her arrest and incarceration.
Cornelia De Wet became a South African political prisoner and victim of misrepresentation who was placed in South African prison. De Wet, an ordinary South African citizen, lived on a farm and abided within the parameters of the law until she joined a right-wing group known as the Leeuwag/Panzer Protection. The group worked to promote and assist white South Africans who were desperately in need of assistance.
Spending almost twenty one months in prison and incriminated with over 40 charges that were eventually withdrawn as the police did not produce enough evidence to proceed. The charge of possession of explosives and ammunition caused Cornelia De Wet to remain in prison, appearing in court a number of times and bail denied. Cornelia De Wet experienced the humiliation of being searched in front of the public while attending court.
Cornelia De Wet experienced the humiliation of being beaten by guards, terrorized at every opportunity and forced to take medication that caused severe complications. De Wet was refused the right to get medical attention and beaten for making a request.
Perhaps the most distressing experience for Cornelia De Wet was a rape ordeal while in prison. De Wet was in a single cell when two black police officers entered and grabbed De Wet. De Wet was forced to co-operate and had no choice but to endure the harrowing experience of rape. The police officers left the cell, and De Wet remained on the cold concrete floor for several hours.
Somewhere, a date in this month, the COOL CRITICS started. It was started with Mark Dixon, Aaron Anderson, Cecelia Davis (First Choice/Top Shelf) & Anna Redding. We've added and subtracted members along the way, but the jest of the show remains constant - and that constant is - WE WILL TALK ABOUT ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING. This doesn't stand us out from a lot of the other people that have done shows, but one thing is the standout - we have had a show every week, unless there were technicals, which have happened, but we are on it - blue bonnet. A lot in the news, the Republican run for President, the deal of President Obama - all the chit-chatter of the media, and polls talk. One of the analysts said - the POLLS for the upcoming election don't mean anything - THEN WHY TALK ABOUT THEM AS A REFERENCE???? 347-205-9366. COOL CRITICS in the house.
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