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Playing RARE sermon of my leader, my teacher Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on the Talk of Chicago WVON 1690 AM
Mike and Joyce speak with Gloria in Ireland. She shares her family's adventure in achieving a diagnosis of her daughter first for a brain tumor, and then for a rare syndrome, von Hippel-Lindau (VHL) which has implications for other kinds of tumors as well.
We learn how her persistence was essential in getting to a correct diagnosis and appropriate treatment for her daughter, who is now doing very well. There are lessons for all of us in trusting our own instincts, and in knowing what is normal and what is unusual in your own family members. The doctors bring their knowledge of the science and of sorting out what diagnosis might be right. The patient and the family bring their description of the symptoms the sequence of events, and the pattern of when the symptoms are better or worse. It is only through this partnership that we can get to a diagnosis, especially of a rare disease.
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If you are not in the building this weekend of the Manslaughther Battle League "Capital Punishment" event you missed out BUT its all good tonight on MOGM radio will be doing a full event recap. Talking to battlers , going over rounds , and also getting new info on the next event. The event card was
T Cobb vs Infared Tha General
Gun Smoke vs Cardier DA Villian
Qp vs Rare
Qleen Paper(QP) vs Gwopo
so make sure you tune in 347-838-8291
Join Cricket Enthusiast Ben Manning for a weekly show that covers all aspects of world cricket... from the england team to the west indies and from somerset's county team to the future of international test cricket itself.
Manning was professionally coached as a child until a back accident meant he could not persue the game, however - he has commentated (as a collector and devotee of the game) with the BBC and for Somerset county cricket club's radio commentary - some of which can be found on youtube. The Murali Kartik incident in 2012 achieved 13,000 listens on youtube. His proudest moment was to be coached by Norman Cowans and the late Wilf Slack (England cricketers of the early eighties ) as a child, but as an adult his proudest moment was when he attended the memorial service of the late Christopher Martin Jenkins - "CMJ" - at St Pauls Cathedral in 2013.
Ben's Cricket Archive of Audio and readings of rare books will feature. Thousands of hours of footage unavailable elsewhere will feature.
Current affairs, stats and the great history of cricket.
So many people in this country are decent and good simply because they have they have grown up in the United States of America, a society that encourages charity and neighborliness. Decency is not an accident; in countries such as the old Soviet Union, indifference was rampant and kindness rare because virtue was crushed at every turn. America, on the other hand, has cultivated freedom and virtuous behavior, which allows goodness to flourish.
The greatness of America is not in question. The real question is, with leftist ideology steadily gaining a foothold, can that decency continue to flourish?
When virtue is defined as that which the government deems acceptable, and when that same government aggressively assumes the role of caring for those in need, can the goodness survive? Goodness is not something that a beneficent government can bestow; it flows from the hearts of free citizens reared in a tradition of morality, independence, and resourcefulness. When the left denigrates that tradition and seeks to replace it with a materialist, deterministic ideology that empowers an ever-expanding government, American goodness -- and hence American greatness -- is gravely imperiled
IMAN STATED THAT SHE has a rare neurological disease called Chiari Malformation. It is a condition in which brain tissue (part of the cerebellum, the part the of the brain that controls coordination and muscle movement, to protrude into the space normally occupied by the spinal cord) resulting in the brain becoming to large for the skull. It can cause non-communicating hydrocephalus (water on the brain) due to obstruction of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). It can cause severe and debilitating headaches,chronic fatigue, loss of vision, ringing in ears, muscle weakness in the head and face, difficulty swallowing, dizziness, nausea, impaired coordination, increased intercranial pressure, rapid heart rate, fainting, excessive thirst, sleep apnea, sleep disorders, and, in severe cases, paralysis and death. There is no cure.
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Author and Small Business Development Consultant Alexzandra de la Iglesia is one of today's leading voices and advocates for the small business owner and economical reform. Recognizing the need for further support and education on behalf of small business owners, she is the innovative force and founder of the Small Business Academy. Providing tools and start-to-success instruction to the novice as well as the experienced business owner, Alexzandra remains timely and innovative as technology and consumer needs change.
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In 2002, she was named Co-Chair of the Small Business Development and Leadership Council for the State of Washington. Recognized by congressional leaders and the recipient of a Certificate of Honor, she was privileged to receive a signed photograph and a Presidential note of thanks for her efforts in bringing to light the needs and interests of small business owners.
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We're going to be blessed with a visit from Ms. Kyndall Love Dawson!
This Side of the River is Excited to Announce another rare opportunity to interview the up and coming Super Star Actress Kyndall Love Dawson taking place this coming Monday 7/21/2014 @ 10:00 AM Central Standard Time or 11:00 AM Eastern Standard Time.
Kyndall was the lead child actress in the Huge Box Office Success "MY STEP KIDS" and will be appearing in the new movie "A Clear View", Produced by Sean SportCoat Brown II and Directed by the Legendary John Dawson. The film was inspired by true events that took place in Rockford, Illinois.
This is truly a chance to listen in on slice of history in the making. This extremely talented young lady is destined to rise to great heights in the entertainment industry. You'll be able to say along with other listeners, "I heard and seen her first".
Listen in online or call in directly.
Spiritualist, Psychic, Astrologer & Medium Raymond Sette joins us to discuss his book "The Planets Align So Rare: Twelve Dimensions to the Human Potential" plus he's taking your calls!
Raymond will discuss strategies and advice for YOU to welcome knowing, abundance, well-being, and transformation into your life. Explore ways to tap into your intuition to open your potential. Would you like to transform your life? What do you want to create for yourself? Take that first step to a more positive life - join us tonight! Plus Raymond will take your calls for mini-readings.
Rev. Raymond Sette is the author of "The Planets Align So Rare: Twelve Dimensions to the Human Potential". He is a Spiritualists, Psychic Medium & Astrologer and had appeared on numerous TV and radio shows. Raymond is available for private appointments and group events.
ABOUT THE MUSEUM
Hundreds of Exhibits of Rare Artifacts and Memorabilia of Stars and Stunt Performers of Motion Pictures and Television, featuring personal items of John Wayne, Jimmy Stewart, Steve McQueen, and Stunt legends of the movies including Yakima Canutt, Cliff Lyons, Dave Sharpe, Ronnie Rondell and hundreds of others.
There are over 350 concrete blocks that contain the footprints and handprints as well as signatures of many of the Greats of the Cinema ... a collection that out-ranks those that are located at the Mann's Chinese Theater on Hollywood Boulevard. This rare collection has taken its founder, John G. Hagner more than 65 years to gather and preserve for posterity, featuring parts of costumes, weapons, stunt equipment, photos and paintings and drawings ... hats and caps, boots and shoes and hundreds of items from the movies and television, plus videos, films and film clips.
The Hall of Fame has been in existence since 1973 and became a non-profit organization in 1984, dedicated to preserving the history of the Stunt profession and to honoring Stunt People the world over.
Currently the Hall of Fame is without a home and needs financial support to enable them to afford a building in which to welcome visitors. Anyone interested in participating in this effort, may make a tax-deductible donation to the HOLLYWOOD STUNTMEN'S HALL OF FAME, and mail it to 81 W. Kane Creek Blvd. - #12, Moab, Utah 84532. For more information, contact John Hagner at 435 260-2160. Email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this episode of the overcome your limits radio show, Christopher E Powell interviews Author and Anti-Bullying Speaker about her story and about her special relationship with a unique canine companion.
Gabrielle Ford never dreamed that a long-eared coonhound could change her life. But that’s just what happened when she cared for her ailing pet Izzy and found the voice to help others in need as a nationally-known motivational speaker. Today Gabe’s incredible story has drawn media attention from The Today Show, Cosmopolitan Magazine and Animal Planet, among others. Her 2009 autobiography Still Dancing shares even more of the inspirational details from her life as a way to encourage others that anything is possible.
As a child, Gabrielle loved dance and dreamed of becoming a prima ballerina. That dream was shattered by a rare genetic neuromuscular disease, Friedreich’s Ataxia which would eventually place her in a wheelchair. Gabe not only struggled with the devastation of the illness, but also endured constant and cruel bullying from classmates. The constant torment took her on a path of depression and isolation.
That all changed when Izzy, a long-eared coonhound pup, entered Gabe’s life and landed them on Animal Planet TV. Izzy became Gabe’s best friend and constant companion. When this special friend mysteriously developed a condition mirroring Gabe’s, Gabe re-entered the world to get Izzy the best treatment available.
Speaking out for the voiceless Izzy gave her the courage to speak out for another voiceless group: the thousands of children bullied in American schools every day.