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9:00am pt It's finally happening! Recall Judge M. Marc Kelly Update
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Host - Patricia Wenskunas
Topic: It's finally happening! Recall Judge M. Marc Kelly Update
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DENVER DISTRICT ATTORNEY PETITION FOR RECALL, MONTROSE CEMETERY ISSUE and more
Welcome To ( Over The Rainbow Show ) With Your Host Bob Brown On Blog Talk Radio On Friday 28th August 2015 at 3.00pm Eastern 12.00pm Pacific 8.00pm Uk. The Call In Number is 347-539-5367 From The Uk 001-347-539-5367. Chat Room Open. My Special Guest Today Is Erica Goetsch is a CE4 Contact Experiencer, Author, Writer Reseacher, Radio Personality, My book called " Beyond the fear ". The Alien Equation " is wirtten about my lifelong contact with 3 types of beings, Mass Sightings, Multiple Witness physical Abduction Recall. Hybrid-Alien Child, and complex multi-layered equation,.My full encounter is broken into 2 parts starting with the full and conscious recollection and then after 12 hrs missing time following the sighting, It explains the regression. I used the Chief psychologist of 30yrs that was used in the past for my PTSD ( from event ) who is licence and certified in hypnosis, I did NOT use a person who " believed " in the subject, This was a neutral person. One final note : I only got hypnosis to find out. Who was in the car with me on that close encounter, because i had so much trouble ( as I suffered a 25 year memory block of the entire event ) I never thought that after my sighting, I would have been taken aboard. so my mind was in the most innocent of places during the regressive process.... You will have to tune in to the show to find out what happen next....Thank you for joining me for my show today love and light
On November 30th 2012, NCsoft shut off the greatest online superhero role-playing game ever. However, that only turned UP the resolve of it's gaming community! Join Rich (A.k.a. Pogoman), his trusted, loyal, sidekick- Suzy the Elf, and the man behind the Titan Network himself, Tony V, as they take to the airwaves weekly to discuss the plight of the greatest gaming community in the history of the world! Tune in to see what the players are doing to bring back their beloved City! Join them in their greatest fight ever!
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Friday night, 10PM-11:30 est!
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.
Hour one: Losing The Signal. Sean Silcoff, Journalist for the Globe and Mail.
Losing the Signal is a riveting story of a company that toppled global giants before succumbing to the ruthlessly competitive forces of Silicon Valley. This is not a conventional tale of modern business failure by fraud and greed.
Hour two: MHOX. Filippo Nassetti, MHOX partner and lead designer, Communication manager.
MHOX is a product design studio. They work with companies and brands to innovate their products and communication, providing services of industrial design, product communication, research and development. MHOX began as a research group focusing on generative design and 3D printing technologies for the design of innovative wearable products, and evolved into a more general design consultancy. Since 2012 they deliver both disruptive concepts and commercial products for the fashion and medical industry, from masks to prostheses, fashion accessories to orthoses, bracelets to EYEs. A reflection on the human body, its symbiosis with technology, its evolution in possible futures is central to MHOX work. Wearable products are body extensions, objects or systems that integrate the human body to mutate its aesthetic and functional potential, and this concept is constantly brought to its limit.
Tune in to learn about the history of the Buell Early Childhood Leadership Program and how it has evolved since the program launch in 2007. Learn how the program has influenced the leadership development of faculty, Lynn Andrews and Joanne Dalton, as they have been designing and teaching Buell Fellows across seven different cohorts. Gather insights from faculty Lori Ryan and Rebecca Soden about joining the program in 2012 when the program transitioned to the University of Colorado Denver from University of Denver. All of the faculty will discuss the leadership development Curriculum based upon what are called the Big Ideas and Buell Star framework. The newest faculty member to join the program, Diana Shaack, will share with the audience the importance of a leadership program for early childhood professionals and why it matters for the field and our communities. Overall, it will be a time for listeners to hear and callers to ask faculty about their experience is as faculty and how they see fellows grow over the year long program and beyond. And finally, you will learn how you can become a Buell Fellow and when the Buell Recruitment Tour will be coming to your local area.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Craig Thibaudeau.
Craig Thibaudeau, chief external relations officer, is an innovative and strategic thinker with a passion for the difference education can make for our children, our schools and our world. Craig has more than 30 years of senior-level association management experience representing U.S. nonprofit, domestic and international organizations. Working with education, corporate, political and diplomatic leaders, he has directed strategic initiatives supporting public policy at the international, national, state and local levels of government. During his career, he has specialized in nonprofit strategic planning, legislative advocacy, marketing and communications, membership, and event management.
Craig oversees ISTE’s government relations and corporate relations programs. He joined ISTE in November 2012 following more than 10 years with the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, where he served as executive director for external relations and executive director for mobilization and outreach.
Craig received his Bachelor of Arts degree in political sociology from Eisenhower College and completed the professional development program in association management through the American Society of Association Executives and the College of Business and Management at the University of Maryland.