• 00:44

    Sojourn to Starvation Episode#1

    in Religion

    Marv Nelson has decided to go on a Sojourn to Starvation where he will only eat 3/4 a cup of rice a day for 31 days.  This is so he can raise awareness to global hunger, particularly of hunger in Burkina Faso Africa where the average poor person there eats roughly 3/4 a cup of rice a day.  Today we will learn more about this venuture as well as the resoning behind the logo design done for free by David Hardie!  David will share his design idea as well as a bit about his thoughts on the sojourn.

  • 00:26

    Sojourn to Starvation and Aletheia Updates

    in Religion

    On today's show, Marv will take time to give updates on Sojourn to Starvation as well as the upcoming launch of weekly services for Aletheia, don't miss this exciting episode of Getting Real!

  • 03:39

    Ego Starvation - Why Black Men Fail

    in News

    Ego Starvation - Why Black Men Fail

  • 00:45


    in Culture


  • 00:59

    The Holodomor - Strategy Session

    in Politics

    The death toll of Eastern Europeans in the Holodomor was over 10 million.


  • 00:54

    World Population Problems

    in Spirituality

    Roughly 4 million people are born on the street and die on the street in India every day.18 million people starve to death every year in world.

    There is a net gain of 9000 new borns per hour over the number of deaths.

    Bangladesh, a country the size of Iowa, has a population of 167 million which is more people than live in Russia. The Islamic leaders in that country do not allow birth control.

    10 million children die every year from starvation or starvation related diseases.

    The world population grows by 77 million people annually.

    The United States is the third fastest growing country in the world because of immigration.

    America will add 100 million people by 2035 because of immigration.

    Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and California don't possess enough water for their residents. The largest user of water is agriculture which uses 70% of the water.

    The depletion of the Ogallala Aquifer. The Ogallala Aquifer is a shallow water table aquifer located beneath the Great Plains in the United States. One of the world's largest aquifers, it underlies an area of approximately 174,000 mi² (450,000 km²) in portions of eight states: (South Dakota, Nebraska, Wyoming, Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Texas). Depletion is accelerating, with 2% lost between 2001 and 2009 alone. Certain aquifer zones are now empty; these areas will take over 6,000 years to replenish naturally through rainfall. The Ogallala used to have an average depth of 240 feet; however, today its average depth is just 80 feet. There is Texas town called Happy which has lost all of its water because of the depletion Ogallala Aquifer so their farmers can no longer farm the land there. The U.S. Department of Agriculture says that in 60 years the plains will be uneconomical to farm. We have built cities towns and farms around something that is unsustainable. About 71 percent of our water is used to irrigate our food

  • 01:12

    Starvation and Nourishing the Planet

    in Lifestyle

    Dr. Carolyn Dean, The Medical Director for the Nutritional Magnesium Association and Danielle Nierenberg the Project Director for the World Watch Institute Nourishing the Planet project go Onlinewithandrea to discuss hunger and starvation around the world.  Hosted by Andrea R. Garrison.

  • 00:27

    Walter B. Biondi - The Promiscuous Puppetee

    in Self Help

    I had a hidden secret history that I am now revealing for the first time. How does one go from being hunted to becoming one of the hunters, from a wretched homeless street kid, and a jail cell to unimaginable success, becoming one of the heads of two Federal law enforcement agencies in Washington, D.C., and then on to becoming a successful author?

    My name is Walter B. Biondi (Walt Biondi, pronounced Bee-on-dee) I'm the author of best seller Jeremiah's Tale and my newest suspense novel, The Promiscuous Puppeteer (released by Tate Publishing 8/12/2014), along with it's compelling human interest section about the author. 

    As was written in the "About The Author" section of The Promiscuous Puppeteer, ". . .  this is the incredible, and previously unknown, story about a one time destitute, homeless, street kid, and petty thief, one who became a self made financial and career success. . . " I was in and out of jails, facing starvation, illness, violent beatings, robbery, and hypothermia. I had become a total failure who was on the brink of human existence. I had nothing, and no more left, to loose except life itself. 

    This link is to a video trailer for my new book. If desired, for advertising an upcoming interview of me, it can be played on air for it's audio voice over, or placed on a website for both audio-visual: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xmg5x9HIDls 

  • 01:50

    Neutralizing the Negative - Releasing the anchor of Bitterness and Despair

    in Self Help

    After the break from last weeks show Janet begins with an positive update from the recipients of the previous show's healings. Then, Karen writes in with an issue regarding food – fluctuating from starvation to overeating. As Janet and the HS perform the healing we find this issue stemming from various lifetimes filled with natural disasters, despair, betrayal and abandonment that has in turn manifested into Karens anxious feelings toward over stocking food and her opinions of ideal weight. Next, Eileen writes in about having trouble with her jaw when she sings because it protrudes out which; interestly enough, was from a life of being deformed with a large jaw where she had to overcompensate with creativity turning her lack into a comedy.

  • 00:35

    The Author Chat Show with Lynda D. Brown

    in Books

    Meet author Walter Biondi. He'll be my guest this Saturday, Oct. 25th on the Author Chat Show. This will be Walter's first appearance on the show and I'm really looking forward to chatting with him about his books, The Promiscous Puppeteer and Jeremiah's Tale.

    About the book:

    "The Promiscuous Puppeteer," is a multifaceted story about a secret gold exploration company funded by a syndicate comprised of some of the largest mining companies in North America and a CEO who is approached by a Mexican Native American woman, whose skills, from a sordid and seedy past, have the potential to help launch the world's largest gold discovery onto the international stage. Chinese intelligence and embassy officials, US politicians, unscrupulous industry leaders, and a fledgling but growing and menacing Native American mafia are all primary constituents of a compelling and momentous drama that takes place throughout the western third of the United States. It all begins in a five-thousand-foot-high remote desert location called Tonopah, Nevada."

    About the author:

    " I was in and out of jails, facing starvation, illness, violent beatings, robbery, and hypothermia. I had become a total failure who was on the brink of human existence. I had nothing, and no more left, to loose except life itself. My life seemed limited to an early demise, rock bottom poverty or a prison. In time, after having been arrested again, and after hitting rock bottom, I fought my own self imposed destruction and resolved to climb my way up and out of life threatening wretchedness and poverty. In time, I created a new life for myself and became a storied and unimaginable success


  • 02:00

    Food & Death: An American Conundrum

    in Politics

    We’ve all seen the commercials showing the starving children in other countries.

    The announcer asks us to send money so that families, particularly the children can eat regular meals.

    In some countries, there are people who simply can not get enough to eat.

    One of those countries is the United States of America.

    There are people dying in this nation because they can not get enough to eat. And people who are dying because they get too much to eat.

    In the past decade, the population of obese people in America has almost doubled. It’s the nation’s number one cause of preventable death and it’s now a health crisis.

    Where are the commercials showing the overweight Americans who are dying?

    There are commercials, but they are hardly showing obesity for the death sentence that it truly is.

    You see, in America, while throngs of people are dying and becoming ill--most specifically from diabetes and hypertension--the outlook on being overweight is skewed, as some portray the condition as "sexy" and still some portray being overweight as "healthy." 

    Ostensibly, the goal is to counter the taunting and name calling slung at overweight people, while creating ways for them to feel good about themselves. 

    But some of the propaganda and pageantry promoting the "beauty" of the overweight lifestyle has gone too far, providing for many an escape from reality and an excuse for not addressing serious health issues.

    Americans are growing larger and dying earlier and unnecessarily. And redefining our feelings about being fat and/or being overweight won't stop that. An understanding of what is at stake may help.

    Discuss American Food Issues with Host Darryl James and Co-Hosts, Tracy Powell, Marcus Legall III, Dr. John Hamilton & DJ Gates.

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