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The anit-heroes are back! Hosted by No Longer the Hero's, Michael Piccard and Demetrius Whodini Blak & co-hosted by Poegossi. This evenings special guest is Blank Mann from Chiraq better known as Chicago, Illinois. We will also be introducing our brand new game called "I AM MAN/I AM WOMAN" to win very cool items from No Longer the Hero and other random things like pieces of gold, Skull Bracelets, 7th Sign Pendants and other goodies that we found laying around not doing anything. Also we will be playing live an unheard track by No Longer the Hero as well, you don't want to miss this one!!!
Our Guest: John David Mann has been creating careers since he was a teenager. At age 17, he and a few friends started their own high school in Orange, New Jersey (called Changes, Inc. — you can read about it in his book, The Zen of MLM). Before turning to business and journalism, he forged a successful career as a concert cellist and prize-winning composer.
In 1992 John helped write and produce the underground bestseller The Greatest Networker in the World, by John Milton Fogg, which became the defining book in its industry and sold over one million copies in eight languages. During the 1990s, John built a multimillion-dollar sales organization of over 100,000 people.
His books are published in two dozen languages and have sold more than half a million copies. In addition to coauthoring the international bestseller The Go-Giver and Go-Givers Sell More with Bob Burg, he is also coauthor of the New York Times bestseller The Red Circle with Brandon Webb; the New York Times bestsller Flash Foresight with Daniel Burrus; the USA Today bestseller The Slight Edge with Jeff Olson; and Take the Lead with Betsy Myers, which was named "best leadership book of 2011" by Tom Peters and the Washington Post. You can visit him at www.johndavidmann.com.
The Wrestle-Anime Hut is where we talk about wrestling and anime. Hosted by Jay "The Brain" Mann and Steve "The Baxman" Baxley, featuring TOONAMI previews, and ratings comparissions . the latest update on wrestling and more .
Warrior Talk with GI Jenn & Jeff Gonzales: This week we have two very special guests joining us. SF CW2 Mark Roland & SF Lt. Col (Ret.) D. Scott Mann.
First, CW2 Mark Roland, an SF soldier who confronted Post Traumatic Stress personally, will be joining us to talk about his experiences (when it started, how the symptoms progressed, what led him to get help, some of his misconceptions and barriers to treatment, and what he has learned since then. Mark's candor made him and integral part of the Breaking the Stigma Project. We will find out how it is going and the impact the project has made.
Then, we will have SF Lt. Col. (Ret.) D. Scott Mann, 23 years in the U.S. Army, most of that as a Green Beret doing missions all over the world, with three combat tours in Afghanistan, as well as in many other conflict zones such as Iraq and Colombia. His last few years in the Army, I was an architect and original implementer of the Special Operations Village Stability Operations (VSO)/Afghan Local Police (ALP) programs in Afghanistan.
Now, Lt. Col Mann is the Founder and the Chief Executive Officer of the Stability Institute, a non-profit organization dedicated to brokering knowledge and connecting stability professionals on complex stability issues around the globe. In concert with Institute President Howard Clark, ha has built a vast network of stability practitioners who collaborate regularly. As well, he is putting his entrepreneurial experience to use by mentoring transitioning Green Berets and other veterans in reaching their goals and dreams in the civilian sector.
Please join us for this incredible show TUESDAY, 26 August between 2000 and 2200 EST ONLY on www.VETSonMEDIA.com Call in number is 646-595-3504
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changing the world since 1983
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Warren James Mann
On today's show
Are we seeing the next big internet bubble.
I think so, and its taking the computer industry with it.
Verizon wants to follow you everywhere.
The cellphone company is giving out invisible points to track your movement say they can sell your movements to advertisers.
An app that send the message ‘yo’ has somehow received 1.5 million from investors.
But first some headlines
Are we seeing the end of the 8 hour work day? A state prison in wisconsin aisnow scheduling 12 hour work days in an effort to save money.
Does a University have the right to investigate the claim of rape.
I would say no. That’s for the police. If the rape did occur, an arrest should be made.
male students are now filing lawsuits against Universities, saying they are not being treated equally.
Detroit is talking about cutting back on workers pensions.
All the more reason to never rely on your employer for your retirement.
They say all business is about making money.
They don't know the business of government.
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Why do people like the idea of socialism so much?because basic services are provided by the government, and we no longer have greed.
can a business run itself without the idea of making money?
The VA has been in the news. Jon Stewart always has a joke about the VA
Allegations of abuse, people dying dying waiting in line.Doctors not seeing patients.
Now the VA want 17.6 billion, yes billion from the government.
A government job is the only job in the world where you can say, hey i really suck at my job, but can I have a billion dollars, and maybe i’ll do better.
The claim is, the money will be used to improve the VA.
However, nobody can say how the VA will be improved.
The FBI are investigating whether or not VA hospitals had waiting lists, and last week it was reported that a man dies in a VA hospital and someone had to call 911 and wait for paramedics because none of the doctors would help.
Earlier this week A vietnam veteran was in the middle of a Lowes hardware store.
His wheelchair broke.
Two years ago this guy asked the VA for a new chair and still hadn't heard a word.
The employees at Lowes fixed the chair for him.
The veteran contacted the local paper
after the bad press, than the VA gives him the new wheelchair.
only after looking bad do they bother to do the right thing and do the job they are hired to do.