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Denise Griffitts Interviews Holly Homer of Kids Activities Blog
Holly Homer has been a blogger since 2007. It started as a substitution for her expensive scrapbooking habit and turned into a full time job that she adores. Her early blog posts from June Cleaver Nirvana live here in the archives at Kids Activities Blog (some old favorites are beaver trapping, low-flow toilets, buying an eBay replacement teddy, and a little boy who calls her mommy). You can find her blog here.
She is the married, partially-homeschooling, work-from-home mom of three very active boys and a dog. She realized early on that wearing them out before bedtime was a self-preservation strategy.
Holly is a bit social media-obsessed. She loves teaching what she has learned both at the Business 2 Blogger blog and her YouTube channel. She speaks at conferences across the country on blogging and social media topics – Bloggy Bootcamp, Emerging Tech, Declare Conference 2013 & 2014, Blog Elevated 2013 & 2014, Project Mom 2013 & 2014, Women Get Social and is scheduled to speak at Social Media Marketing World 2015 as well as Focused 2015. She has been featured on multiple radio interviews, TV appearances and pod casts. A favorite podcast was about Kids Activities Blog’s FB page’s rapid organic growth with Michael Stelzner.
With the 2-2 draw between the LA Galaxy and the Seattle Sounders now in the books (and a very similar fixture just around the corner), Daryl and Taylor review their specific predictions, discuss what went right and what went wrong for both sides, and break down exactly what Boyz II Men brought to the table. The guys also discuss Juan Agudelo's failed trial at Wolves, thank donors, and answer listener questions (which range from the history of the substitution rule to a comparison of MLS to European leagues). Download/stream and enjoy!
God is the author of the races! Israel is to be segregated from Gentiles and the black race of Cain, saith the Lord. Art Bulla read and commented on Section 7, The Revelations of Jesus Christ, received 1980. (Please see Section 7 of the downloaded link below)
ON THE SUBJECT OF THE RACES OF MEN
Revelation of history of House of Israel, and tracing of ordination to Melchizedec Priesthood held by Patriarchs of Twelve Tribes. Calling of Moses. Moses ordained under the hands of Jethro, his father-in-law. Melchizedec Priesthood withdrawn because of rebellion. Substitution of Aaronic or Levitical Priesthood. Abraham descended from Shem, one of three sons of Noah. Shem is Melchizedec, or King of Salem. African nations descended from Ham. Ham's wife, Egyptus, from whom Egypt takes its name. Curse of Cain preserved in land, through flood by Egyptus. Order of Enoch or United order respecified.
Keywords: systems of equations, systems of inequalities, graphing method for solving systems of equations, substitution method for solving systems of equations, addition method for solving systems of equations, linear combinations, consistent system of linear equations, and inconsistent system of linear equations.
We will verify the solution of a system of linear equations in two and three variables; use the substitution and addition methods to solve a system of equations in two and three variables, determine if a linear system or graph of a linear system is consistent or inconsistent, and if consistent systems are dependent or independent, and finally, solve a system of inequalities graphically.
All above info from ITT Tech Instructors Guide
Have you ever wondered what some of the big words in the book of Romans are talking about? Words like propitiation, sanctification, imputation, reconciliation and substitution? Tim Copper, pastor and author of All the Big Words in Romans, has simple ways of explaining those words that make the concepts easy and memorable. And he’ll share those ideas with Maxine and Jeannie on today’s program. Listen and be surprised.
My guest today is Cheryl Schiltz is a Leadership Wisconsin Group 15 Fellow (www.leadershipwiconsin.org). By way of her fellowship she has explored several various leadership examples dealing with cutting edge issues such as State and Local Government of Wisconsin, National Government in Washington DC which focused on health care to Regional issues in Florida studying the many aspects of tomato production from genetics to immigration. Other areas of study focused on Global Economics, Environmental issues, and many more.
Cheryl’s latest experience took her to Tanzania, Africa where she and her other fellows explored the history, purpose, role and effectiveness of international development programs in Tanzania. There her group examined things such and US government programs, non-governmental organization (NGOs), faith-based organizations and the private sector and how each of these contribute to the long-term development of the country.
While in Tanzania Cheryl and her other fellows explores critical social, economic and environmental issues such as food security, agricultural development, natural resources, preservation, youth, health care and education.
Cheryl took part in ground breaking sensory substitution research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison pioneered by world-renowned and esteemed doctor and scientist, . She has been featured in several publications, radio, and television reports such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, Discover Magazine, New Scientist Magazine, National Geographic, PBS, On Wisconsin. Her story has been featured in two books, “Balance – In Search of the Lost Sense” by Scott McCredie and the best-selling book, “The Brain that Changes Itself” by Dr. Norman Doidge.
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Join us for a lively discussion with Ray Chlebicki, the former national sales manager for Roxand Labs, one of the three largest manufacturers of methadone. Methadone, originally a drug developed by the Germans during the Second World War as a synthetic opiate pain reliever, has been used in this country both as a pain reliever and as a substitution therapy for heroin addiction. Many have found successful recovery and others vehemently disagree with its use for this purpose. Ray will offer us some history, some facts and debunk some myths.
Since the early 1990's, Jytte Lokvig has coached families and professionals about Alzheimer's. She's designed life-enriching programs and activities for care facilities. Her international expertise shines in seminars and workshops promoting healthy environments based on dignity and humor. She is also credited as being the catalyst for U.S. and Canadian-based Memory Cafes.
Lokvig's book entitled, Alzheimer's A to Z: A Quick-Reference Guide, has been translated into Portuguese, Spanish, and Japanese. It's been celebrated as a "uniquely effective guide for caregivers," with combined medical expertise of a medical doctor and practical wisdom of an experienced caregiver.
We'll discuss a plethora of topics with Lokvig, including: coaching, agitation, diet, driving, hallucinations, listening, medication, obsessive behavior, pets, routines, singing, undressing, vitamins, word substitution, and more. Lokvig holds a PhD in management with a specialty in Alzheimer's care and a master's degree in Art Education.
The historical evolution of infant feeding includes wet nursing, the feeding bottle, and formula use. Before the invention of bottles and formula, wet nursing was the safest and most common alternative to the natural mother's breastmilk. Society's negative view of wet nursing, combined with improvements of the feeding bottle, the availability of animal's milk, and advances in formula development, gradually led to the substitution of artificial feeding for wet nursing. In addition, the advertising and safety of formula products increased their popularity and use among society. Currently, infant formula-feeding is widely practiced in the United States and appears to contribute to the development of several common childhood illnesses, including atopy, diabetes mellitus, and childhood obesity. Let's talk about how this effects us...GENETICALLY BLACK PEOPLE w/ my sisters Afrakayn MOON AND Dr. Ameena Ali.
in Self Help
Our first guest is Dr. Amanda Reiman of UC Berkeley. Dr. Reiman has made an in depth study of medical marijuana dispensaries and the use of cannabis to treat addiction. Her publications include "Cannabis as a substitute for alcohol and other drugs" (PMID 19958538). We will be discussing the success rates of marijuana maintenance programs.
Our second guest is Dr. Ed Wilson from Non 12 Step Alcoholism Treatment http://www.non12step.com . Dr. Wilson will be discussing with us the fact that it is possible to recover from alcoholism without spirituality or a higher power, and that secular programs which rely on science have far higher success rates than do 12 step programs which require a spiritual solution.
We will close with our regular weekly feature--Stanton Peele's thoughts of the week.
Food Fraud: Economically Motivated Adulteration with Mitchell K. Weinberg, LL.B.
Mitchell Weinberg is the founder, President and Chief Executive Officer of the International Supply Chain Assessment Technologies Corporation (INSCATECH). INSCATECH has created a comprehensive solution to protect the world's food supply chains from FOOD FRAUD (economically motivated adulteration). Using its proprietary methodology and specially trained fraud detection professionals, INSCATECH conducts food supply chain vulnerability assessments to identify the sources of Food Fraud and to recommend mitigation solutions that help to prevent our food from being adulterated. INSCATECH has created a secure and user-friendly software tool that is used by the food industry to manage and protect food supply chains from Food Fraud. Mitchell is a graduate of Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Pre-Law and Sociology and the McGill University School of Law in Montreal, Canada where he obtained his Common Law (LL.B) and Civil Law (B.C.L.) degrees in 1991.
1. Introduction. 2. What is food fraud? 3. Who would commit this act? 4. What is concealment? 5. What is counterfeiting? 6. What is dilution? 7. What is the grey/parallel market? a. Is there theft, diversion? 8. What is mislabeling? 9. What is substitution? 10. What are unapproved enhancements? 11. What does Inscatech do to help fight these food fraud acts? 12. Conclusion.
Contact: Mitchell K. Weinberg B.A, B.C.L, LL.B Founder, President & Chief Executive Officer INSCATECH 373 Park Avenue South, 6th Floor New York City, New York 10016 347-448-2790 firstname.lastname@example.org
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