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What is Normal? Who decides what is normal? Young Media Critics …voices of the future will review the movie “Paranorman”.
Young Media Critic Ayana and Ms. Juanita will talk today about differences in people, that which is normal, natural or real to one person may be abnormal, unnatural and un-real for another. They will also talk about bullying, understanding actions of other. Do ghosts and ghoolies really exist? Can special people see them and speak to them?
Join us and voice your views about normal or abnomal on Thursday, May 2, 2013 at 5 p.m. (EST) on Blogtalkradio.com/youngmediacritics
http://blogtalkradio.com/hollischapmanshow What is Normal Normal is relative, and Normal for Sue growing up was,,,, High School drop out teenage parents, backwoods strict Baptist rituals, pedophiles, poorly made home made clothes…living in a trailer that is now a chicken coop
Thanks to decades of clever mass marketing campaigns, the average person has become completely disconnected with how our food is grown and also what real food should look like. With the agro-chemical companies chiming away that “there is going to be a food shortage if we don't produce more food and decrease the world population in order for everyone to survive,” the reality is most people do not have a clue as to how their food is produced, where it is grown or how it is grown. Processed foods, initially created with the intention to save time, are simply not a healthy choice. Some of these processed, ready to “heat and serve” products made with “real chicken” are breaded, seasoned and disguised in all sorts of geometrical shapes so that children will be encouraged to eat them. Meanwhile, the average child who primarily consumes this type of food has no idea what a chicken looks like, sounds like or the fact that chickens are smart, loving beings. It takes a true organic farmer to really get the point across about the benefits of growing organics and eating organics. Joel Salatin is an organic farmer from Virginia who talks about the problems he sees not only as an organic farmer but as a consumer of organic foods. In hisbest-selling book, Folks, This Aint Normal: A Farmers Advice for Happier Hens, Healthier People, and a Better World he takes us into his world as he talks about how our food is produced and why we ought to take a closer look at where and how our food is produced. Tune in to this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, as host, June Stoyer is joined by special guest Joel Salatin!
Listen in as MIke founder and lead investigator for Ascension Paranormal Research Team discusses behind the tech aspects and what it's like to investigate paranormal activity. Bonnie, the medium for the team, will also be available to discuss what it is like to do her team job as well.
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