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Faith vs Fate Productions was founded by husband & wife team Erin and Collin Joseph Neal.
A Seattle based film & media company that specializes in creating innovative content with new technologies & local talent.Commercial, Narrative & Beyond.
Collin discovered filmmaking in High School then joined Viable Vision Video Productions where he learned the the tools of his trader. After graduating from Seattle Film Institute he worked on production for NXNW Productions and The Mark Gorden Company on three features.
Erin is an asset on set. Having toured Oklahoma! in England, she returned to take on the role of Gertrude in The Name of this Play is Hamlet in Chicago. She also appeared on stage in regional favorites Dracula as Lucy, Omnium Gatherum as Suzie and as Sheila in HAIR! The American Tribal Rock Musical.
On this week's episode of Species Saturday we will be talking about a famous large Amazonian tetra, Leporinus Fasciatus! Leporinus are big tetras that are yellow and black striped which sort of resemble a bee. They go great with larger cichlids and will do well in a cichlid community or maybe even a red belly piranha aquarium.
Alex and James will be discussing how you can keep and raise leporinus in the aquarium, we will share some interesting information on the leporinus, and much more!
Have questions? Call 347-989-8142 dial 1!
HAPPY EASTER 2014!
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Luck, fate, and destiny are words that take your ability to be proactive and make a difference out of the mix. With luck you are an innocent bystander; fate happens to you; and destiny is preordained, giving you no power to change it. "Relying on the fates to intervene does not allow you to learn who you are in difficult situations. A belief that your destiny will be fulfilled can be your ego talking. If you are waiting for luck to make you a winner, you will be waiting forever. It isn't possible." Rhonda Britten
Today the Live Out Loud ladies will discuss giving up luck, fate, and destiny, putting them aside and putting yourself in the forefront. It is time to count on yourself and create your own future rather than allowing something outside of yourself to determine your results.
Aqua Alex and CrayfishmanJames have a superb Species Saturday coming at you this week. We will be talking about a species that is near and dear to CrayfishmanJames and Aqua Alex. Matter of fact, James is the one who introduced Alex to this species.
This week, Aqua Alex and CrayfishmanJames will be discussing the popular Crayfish, Clarkii Crayfish which is one of the most Captive Bred Crayfish you will find in the tropical fish keeping hobby. They come in many varietys such as electric blue, neon orange, and more! We will discuss why we like them, caring needs for them, and much more! Plus James will explain the Lobster VS. Crayfish movement and explain why they are NOT lobsters!
Plus, we have a special guest stopping bye to talk Clarkii crayfish! Mr. Dean Cunningham will be on the show.
Have questions? Call 347-989-8142
Is dyeing fish humane? Should it continue? With so many species it really necessary? What about purchasing such fish? Should there be a boycott? Come listen as Hannapro Discus and John Brandtberry discuss this practicw being done to unsuspecting fish! Can we do something about it? Join us live on Friday the 13th at 6 PM Eastern time for a half hour show! This is a two part show so tune in to part 2 sometime next week. I will schedulr then let you know!.
On Tuesday March 18th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst. Kari McWest returns to continue his discussion on Invasive Species in Florida, Texas and a few other states. Invasive Species is a very problem in every state and we as responsible aquarists need to help educate others new to the hobby
Aqua Alex and CrayfishmanJames have an awesome Species Saturday in store for you this week! We will be talking about one of the most famous plecos in the Aquarium Hobby, the Brittlenose Pleco/Ancistrus catfish.
Alex and James have 2 lovers of the Brittlenose plecos coming on to share their knowledge of the Brittlenose Pleco. Joining the hosts are Mr. William T from Hannaprodiscus who is going to be breeding Brittlenose plecos for business, and Mrs. Ameila Elizabeth who loves Brittlenose plecos!
We will be discussing why we love the Brittlenose plecos, we will then talk about care and requirements to keep the Brittlenose plecos, and then discuss why the Brittlenose plecos are much better than their larger cousins, the Common Pleco.
HAVE QUESTIONS ON THE BRITTLENOSE PLECOS? CALL 347-989-8142 DIAL 1!
On wednesday June 11th at 9pm est, 8pm cst and 6pm pst, Join Ray as we discuss Invasive Species, marine and freshwater kinds. Plants, animals and other things can become huge problems if precautions are not taken and regulations are not followed. How can we help protect natural habitats from being overcome by things that are not meant to be there ? Mark your calendars and please tune in and let's learn a little more about Invasive Species.
Aqua Alex and CrayfishmanJames bring to you the very first premium Species Saturday show! This means we can talk about a certain fish for as long as we want!
On this very first premium Species Saturday show, we will have guests on the show! We are talking about one of the most popular fish in the freshwater hobby...... the Oscar cichlid! We love the Oscar cichlid, and we will have many oscar cichlid lovers on the show to discuss oscars. Alex is a big fan of Oscar Cichlid and is happy to discuss Oscars with fellow Oscar lovers.
Have any Oscar Cichlid questions? Call 347-989-8142 dial 1 to ask a oscar question.
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An Encoure Presentation - Scott Cluthe is joined for a deep conversation with Fred Guterl, an award-winning journalist and executive editor of Scientific American.
Mr. Guterl's latest book is titled,The Fate of the Species. Fred worked for ten years at Newsweek, most recently as deputy editor, covering the most important trends in science, technology, and international affairs. He has also appeared on CNN, Charlie Rose, the Today Show, and more. The sixth "mass extinction event" in the history of planet Earth is currently under way, with over two hundred species dying off every day. The cause of this seismic event is also the source of the single biggest threat to human life: our own inventions.
But for all our talk about sea levels and biotechnology, do we really know what our future will actually look like? Will our immune systems be attacked by so-called super bugs, always evolving, and more easily spread than ever? Will the disappearance of numerous species cripple the biosphere? And if it does, what happens then? In this provocative, gripping book, Scientific American editor Fred Guterl explores these and other looming scenarios in vivid detail—the way they might really happen—and then proffers the means to avoid them.
On Tuesday March 4th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, another episode of Invsaive Species with Ken talking to Kari McWest on a few invasive species on a National level ! We will be discussing Florida, Texas and a few other states. So tune in and gather some important information.
On this species Saturday, your hosts, James and Alex will talk about perhaps one of the worlds most common and famous fish, the Comet goldfish. Often know as feeders for many fish keepers, some keep em as pets. Alex and James will talk about how to keep and raise the comet goldfish as a pet and why they are good for ponds! Come listen to the show to learn all about the comet goldfish!!!!!!!!
Feel free to call in with questions at 347-989-8142 dial 1!
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