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You've heard them on Haunted Nights LIVE! Tamara Thorne and Alistair Cross bring you the best in horror, hauntings and spooks! The tables are turned tonight when they become the interviewees on Authors on the Air. These two crazy kids have written another winning heart-stopper of a book and they have agreed to go under the lights in Pam Stack's studio. Here's a little bit about The Cliffhouse Haunting: Cliffhouse has not always been a place of rest and respite, though. Over the years it has served many vices, from rum-running to prostitution and although the cat houses have been replaced by a miniature golf course and carousel, Cliffhouse retains its dark history; darkest during the Roaring Twenties, when a serial killer called the Bodice Ripper terrorized the town, and a phantom, the Blue Lady, was said to walk when murder was imminent.
Death walks With her…
Now, there’s a new killer on the loose and the Blue Lady sightings have returned. The Bellamys are losing maids and guests are being tormented by disembodied whispers, wet phantom footprints and the blood-chilling shrieks of mad laughter that echo through the halls of Cliffhouse in the dead of night.
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Imagine going to Police Station and asking for help only to be turned away multiple times. This doesn't just happen on police television shows, but often by those attempting to report harassment at Law Enforcement Offices. What becomes more unbelieveable is calling 911 to report harassers and told they are not one of them only to find out these people are agents of police working with insurance companies or employers. Who do these people truly protect and serve? How can they be impartial when they have already chosen sides?
Policyholders only one paycheck away from homelessness have little chance to defend themselves against harassment and intimidation in order to eliminate benefits from a car collision. Come find your voice todayby bad faith insurance behavior against Policyholders.
Guys this very special epsiode we will have none other than Kindred Kymari and we are talking his career and also his tables match this weekend.
It's going to be very interesting!!!!
This episode must be shared with every adult student with a mental or physical disability, especially if they are Veterans! Most Americans who listen to the news are aware that there are hungry and homeless families in America. The statistics are startling for this dilemma in a country known for its “riches”! However, even more startling are the statistics for homeless Adult Students and Veterans struggling to work, attend school, manage family, and deal with disabilities (for example PTSD, Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety, Fibromyalgia, Blindness, MS and more). Your one-time or monthly recurring donation of $5 or more will support our radio broadcasts, and allow us to continue helping Adult Learners/Students and Veterans with disabilities reach their education and workforce goals? Visit http://whiteappleinstitute.org and click on DONATE. Click on RADIO to listen to archived episodes of the Ask Dr. Applewhite (formerly Student2Teacher) Radio Talk Show anytime 24/7. This is a rerun of the broadcast The Real Truth About Homeless Student Veterans on 6-7-14.Student Veterans on 6-7-14.
According to producer and entrepreneur Damon Dash, working for an employer is (essentially) degrading. "Real men don't have a boss," he proclaims during his interview on a popular radio show. Does he have a point? Or does #TweetLikeDameDash and Charlamagne hold validity?
Let's face it: everyone isn't fit to lead, but why? Are some people genetically built to be leaders? Or are all humans built to be leaders, yet trained to be followers?
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Robert Kiyosaki is the author of "Rich Dad/Poor Dad." It's an eye opening book about the four different ways to earn income in the American system. He says, "On the left side of the quadrant are Es and Ss. They pay the most in taxes and trade their time for money.
On the right side of the quadrant are Bs and Is. They pay the least in taxes and create or invest in assets that produce cash flow for them even when they’re sleeping.
It’s my belief that the dividing line between those who are struggling in today’s economy and those who are prospering is the line between the two sides of the CASHFLOW Quadrant.
In this downturn, it is employees and self-employed people who are struggling as jobs are scarce and the cost of living is rising. Because they have only their time to trade, and that is not in high demand, they are at a disadvantage. Additionally, the products they need in order to live like food, gas, and more are becoming more expensive.
On the other hand, those who own big businesses and who invest are becoming richer and richer. Corporations are sitting on piles of cash and investors are cherry picking the best assets at rock bottom pricing.
Many in the E and S quadrants are holding on for the economy to pick up, and if it does, they will do well as the demand for people’s time—employment—goes up. That being said, the will still pay the highest in taxes and still be under the mercy of their employers and the economy. Until then, they will struggle because they have nothing else to offer and no other way to make money. Employees and self-employed always do badly in a down economy.
What makes up a Social Media Fan? In between live broadcasts, round tables, fan forums, rinks and dugouts; Chris and Steve will be doing podcast series dissecting a fan from all angles. What better platform to do that other than "The Forum For the Fans". This episode will be looking at "what is a Social Media Fan?" The Bleed Blue Show will give their perspective on what they believe makes up a Social Media Fan.
Get your ears ready, and grab your favorite flava. (Flavor for you IDK folks). From the crates of funk, and days when turn tables were the only wheels you ever needed to get your groove on, here he comes!!!! E MACK! Eric McAlister. He will reach back to some super solids that are salads of soul with a super blend. Mr. Pittsburgh himself - he's got the music dammit to make you appreciate whatever it is you are going through. 347-205-9366
Hey . . . yeah, you out there. Do you realize the NCAA Tournament is STILL going on??? NO! Oh really . . . well, welcome to the rest of the world.
But, fear not The Frat House Sports Gang is going to flip the tables to THE 24-7-365 sport . . . YEP! The NFL!
The Dallas Cowboys signing of Greg Hardy brings up some very, very complicated ethical and all-round fandom issues which are going to have your brain twisting inside out. Stick with us before we twist you over to . . . is Chris Borland a “hero”? Huh? (Another ethical question!) All the owners, coaches . . . oh, and one Commissioner got together in Phoenix to “rub elbows.” What did we get out of that, except ANOTHER media event?
Hockey fan? Long-time NHL’er? Well, you MUST be listening to Matthew DiBiase, author of Bench Bosses: The NHL’s Coaching Elite who joins us to talk about his forthcoming book.
As usual, we’ve got one sports-universal and fast-moving program taking in as much as possible and spittin’ some sports-talk right back at you . . . so be sure to jump in with “The Frat House Gang” – Frat House Mike, Uncle Mark, Sidekick, and Brandon – by bringing your wackiness to 347 – 826 – 9964!
TAX TIME THIS YEAR MAY MEAN UNEXPECTED TAX BREAKS FOR FAMILIES WHO HAVE HIRED HOUSEHOLD HELP THROUGHOUT THE YEAR.
IT MAY ALSO CREATE CONFUSION SURROUNDING THE TAXES YOU MAY NEED TO PAY FOR BABYSITTERS, HOUSEKEEPERS, DOG WALKERS AND OTHERS.
Life Lessons presents TAX EXPERT KERRI SWOPE to answer key questions.
1. WHAT IS A GOOD TEST FOR FAMILIES TO DETERMINE IF THEY HAVE TO PAY TAXES ON HOUSEHOLD HELP?
2. WHAT ARE THE TAX RESPONSIBILITIES FOR EMPLOYEES AND EMPLOYERS?
3. WHAT ARE SOME COMMON HOUSEHOLD TAX MISTAKES PEOPLE MAKE?
4. WHAT ARE SOME COMMON PAYROLL MISTAKES EMPLOYERS MAKE?
5. HOW CAN FAMILIES MAINTAIN A GOOD RELATIONSHIP WITH THEIR CARETAKER?
Care.com® HomePay™ Senior Director & Family Tax Expert
Kerri Swope brings more than a decade of experience as a family tax expert and Senior Director of Care.com HomePay, the nation’s leading household employment specialist. With a mission to help families handle all the tax and legal obligations that come with employing a caregiver in the home, Care.com HomePay is the go-to resource for thousands of placement agencies, accountants, financial advisors and attorneys.
Responsible for overseeing Care.com HomePay’s overall operations, Kerri uses her extensive background in the financial services industry to guide the company and serve clients in the most efficient and effective manner.
In today's competitve job market employers are increasingly looking at job candidates's social media profiles to determine if they will be a good fit for employment. This practice is growing and it's now being used to determine who gets scholarships and interships. This week our guest is, Ms Eula M. Guest and we'll being discussing how to get young people to use social media now for internships, scholarship, summer employment and future careers.
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