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Special Guest is Ira Jones, Special Agent Bomb Technician – Training and Hazardous Devices Coordinator for US Dept. of Justice, FBI – New Orleans Division
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Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes to ensure the safety of participants and spectators at major sporting events? Join us for our next episode of CSU Talk Radio as Ira Jones, Special Agent Senior Bomb Technician for the New Orleans Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation shares his experience in coordinating eight Sugar Bowls, four Bowl Championship Series (BCS) games, two NBA All-star series, two NCAA Men’s and two NCAA Women’s Final Fours, WWE WrestleMania 30, supported Super Bowl 46, and coordinated the All Hazards Operations for Super Bowl 47.
Who owns the IEP process? Hear some insight from a special needs mom who's also a special education teacher.
Parents don't always realize how much work goes into an IEP, or how challenging it is for the teachers who write them.
Teachers don't always appreciate how lost parents can feel through the whole process.
Kids rarely get the full spectrum of services that will make for the most enriching educational experience possible.
Parents have to be the final driving force in the education of their child, because the only thing that will follow a child from pre-k to graduation is that IEP file and parental guidance.
Be sure to check out the IEP Aide from Vestidd, which will guide you through the important information on that IEP, and will allow you to store all of that paperwork easily, so that you can be the driving force and let that IEP grow with your child.
Learn more at www.vestidd.com
Arkansas Business political columnists Robert Coon and Blake Rutherford talk with Online Editor Lance Turner about the 2014 midterm elections in Arkansas in an Election Day special podcast.
Ever read a book and the character stuck you as just abou the most unrealistic person on the planet? Nobody likes characters who are too good, too evil, too sweet, too chaste, too ignorant or oblivious, or just plain too perfect. Not only are those types of characters boring, they're usually irritating to readers and may end up being the reason they put down a book.
Today we're talking tips and tricks to create well-rounded characters and how to avoud some common unrealistic character traits. Make your characters so real your readers can't help becmoing invested in their story!
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Tune in to the America Meditating Radio Show as Sister Jenna reflects on happiness and shares special meditations.
"Where there is innocence and purity, there will be happiness." - Sister Jenna
Join us on the America Meditating Radio Show 24/7 for a lively discussion featuring celebrities, leaders, authors, and average folks sharing success stories. Discussions provide listeners with new and inspiring ways to combat challenges that we encounter along the journey of life.
This is not an ordinary radio show, but rather, a unique format of combined sharings of poetry, wisdom, meditation, music, and it features solutions to current day issues. Hosted by prominent motivational speaker and teacher, Sister Jenna, Director of the Meditation Museum. For decades, Sister Jenna has moved and shaped the consciousness of lives around the world. Her wisdom, peace, and compassion for humanity are expressed through the variety of initiatives she spearheads for youths, women, governments, and communities.
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Whether you're new to working with an editor, still working up to that stage, or buy your editor lunch on a regular basis, these are some great tips to help you and your editor get along better. Every editor will have their particular pet peeves, but most editors will agree on these ten things you should keep an eye out for in your manuscript. So, sit back, take notes, and learn how to help your editor get through your manuscript without wanting to toss it.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014, 1:00-3:00PM Pacific
(2:00-4:00pm Mountain; 3:00-5:00pm Central; 4:00-6:00pm Eastern)
Though their widespread use has only been commonplace for approximately a decade, it’s hard to imagine a world without mobile devices. With drastic and exponential increases in technology, a high majority of people in every developed nation own and use a cell phone daily. And the number of these using smartphones such as Apple’s iPhone and Samsung’s Galaxy, is increasing daily. But for all of the conveniences afford to us by these technological marvels, little has been said about their potential dangers.
One area of concern is the rise of EMFs created by the use and support of wireless devices. An EMF, or electromagnetic field, is a physical field produced by electrically charged objects. Even an object as innocuous as your cell phone gives off an EMF, and their dangers are still being researched and decided, as dozens of high-profile lawsuits over brain tumors as results of extended cell phone use are finally going to trial after decades of delays.
This week Dr. Hildy welcomes Curtis Bennett of Thermoguy.com to discuss the prevalence of EMFs and smart meter grids and their potential hazards. MUCH MORE>>>>>>
Join Joe Kleine and Tyler McMullen as they give you insight into the NFL's Week 13 action during their Thanksgiving Special. The Direct Snap boys will give you in-depth analysis on every Week 13 match-up and fill you in on all of the latest news and injuries circulating throughout the league.
Need fantasy football help? We have you covered during our "Freaks and Geeks" segment where will you give you our top must plays and must sits during the week.
Don't be shy! Give us a call at 714-333-3302 at any point during the show and fill us in on what you would like to chat about!