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As the grass and weeds spring out of the ground, so do the undead!
Andy and The Bo return to discuss the implications of a full scale zombie apocalypse - Who's going to be on your outbreak team?
Let's procastinate that paper you should be writing and the dishes you should be doing together!
Topic : - Virus, Vaccines and the importance of Anti-viral Aromatherapy Oils.
Most essential oils have some antiviral properties, but some are much better at combatting and treating viruses than others! Try to start using oils as soon as your symptoms start....it's easier to fend off viruses if they are caught early. In fact, using them as prevention is probably the best course of action! For example, some essential oils are beneficial for improving and boosting your immune system......but certain ones work better against specific viruses. Just to get you started here are some great, easy to get hold of antiviral essential oils such as: bergamot, cinnamon bark, clary sage, clove, dill, anise, eucalyptus, geranium, juniper, lavender, lemongrass, Melissa, neroli, rose, rosemary, tea tree and thyme.
More about the Antiviral Essential Oils:Viruses give rise to pro-teiform pathologies, some of which medical science can do nothing to cure. Classic responses to these infections are very limited, so essential oils are a godsend in treating viral problems, from the most common to the most fearsome. The molecules from many chemical families have shown an in-vitro antiviral activity, among them monoterpenols and monoterpenals. The cineole – monoterpenol synergy is used to treat viral pathologies of the respiratory tract (widely seen in temperate climes). This synergy can be found in many essential oils that come from trees of the Myrteceae family; these have been known forever for their interest in the treatment of pulmonary diseases. Another couple, linalool oxide – linalool (Hissopus off. var. decumbens) is also interesting for viral pathologies of the lower respiratory tract. Ketones, and especially rare cryptone, have shown an interesting capacity to fight naked viruses.
Tonight; Obama decides to stop giving surplus military equipment to police but what about what they already have? And why do we have so much surplus in the first place? Also the Ukraine votes for moratorium on debt payments the same day US votes to give more money. Huh? Comments on the IRS and much more! Always an interesting perspective on everyday issues.
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In his three and a half decades as a recording artist, Willie Nile has earned a reputation as both a fiercely committed rock ’n’ roller and a singularly insightful songwriter. It’s Nile’s introspective side that fuels If I Was A River, a deeply compelling ten-song collection that diverges from his usual sound, while affirming the remarkable melodic and lyrical skills that have long endeared the artist to his passionately loyal fan base.Working with Grammy-winning producer Stewart Lerman (Boardwalk Empire, Antony and the Johnsons, Loudon Wainwright III, Dar Williams) Nile recorded the material in an appropriately spare environment that helped to capture the songs’ intimacy and immediacy. He also employed the same Steinway Grand piano that he'd played 34 years earlier on the evening of the death of John Lennon, while both Lennon and Nile were recording at Manhattan’s Record Plant. When Nile was working on If I Was A River, the legendary piano was residing at Hobo Sound in Weehawken, NJ, where he recorded the new album with a minimum of embellishment or trickery. If I Was A River also features some contributions from guitar master Steuart Smith (of Eagles/Rosanne Cash/Rodney Crowell fame) and multi-instrumental stringmaster David Mansfield (whose voluminous credits range from Bob Dylan to Johnny Cash to Yo La Tengo), along with backing vocals from singer-songwriter and frequent Nile co-writer Frankie Lee.It’s hard to think of many other artists who are doing some of their best work in the fourth decade of their careers, but Willie Nile continues to seek out new creative challenges and conquer new musical territory.“Doing this album was liberating in many ways,” he states. “I learned that it’s fun to change horses and take different roads from time to time as one travels through life, and I think I'll carry that lesson with me in the records that I make in the future.?
Allen West is the CEO of the National Center for Policy Analysis. Previously, he served as an US Representative representing Florida's 22nd and 18th Districts. He is a 22 year veteran of the military where he earned the rank of Lieutenant Colonel as well as a Bronze Star and a Meritorious Service Medal. He is a Fox News contributor, founder of AllenBWest.com, and the author of the bestseller, Guardian of the Republic: An American Ronin’s Journey to Faith, Family and Freedom.
Jillian Melchior writes for National Review as a fellow for the Franklin Center and Independent Women’s Forum.
PodVader and the SuperFans preview the AFC West (after reading an application from a potential SuperFan).
We get going in Denver where bad news has struck. Ryan Clady lost for the season and the Oline in front of an older Peyton Manning is worrisome.
Kansas City could be the team to step up if Denver takes a step back. Jeremy Maclin will certainly help the offense and feeling confident about that secondary.
Hold on a second, what about the Chargers? Philip Rivers is the best QB in the divison after Peyton Manning with an improving Oline and a new RB that can do it all. Not the lead pony but it's a true 3 team race. Injuries are the only thing that will hold the team back.
The Raiders are...the Raiders. Or are they? Raiders have the best QB situation in the divison? They aren't going to compete, but they will surprise. D is still very questionable.
Broncos could have the best D in the NFL? What about the other positional groupings?
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NVT West dips back into the music arena this week as D-Wyze and The Evocalist aka The B.U.M.S. take a 20 year perspective look back at their debut album Lyfe N Times and the impact it made then and the continued impact it makes today.Plus The Collective takes a look at the music scene coming out of Vallejo and the impact it has made not only to the Bay but to the rest of the globe. This is gonna be a great night for music.
As Sheryl West shares her personal experience of how she received the Baptism of the Holy Spirit you will be entertained and encouraged to seek God for more.
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