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Ties make the statement for a suit or tuxedo. James Bond wears a tuxedo with a "real" bowtie and makes it look effortless and a timeless style. Bowties have made a comeback in the day to day style of the corporate man who defines his own style and knows that the bowtie is for more than a wedding or special occasion. We talk with Michael McPherson of Windsor Neckwear to talk about their fabulous ties and how you can look stylish on your wedding day and beyond. Joining the conversation is Philip Winstead of Continuum Image Consultants to give great tips on holiday styling and beyond. Black Bag and Wedding Wednesdays, the perfect pair!
Join me today as Andrew Windsor, CFA from Unified Trust N.A. discuss volatility management and why it matters. We will discuss why the market is starting to produce products designed to control volatility and the pros and cons of those products.
in Pop Culture
Hosts: Jamel, Diamond & Flash Gotti
Reality T.V. Star: Saaphyri
Saaphyri Windsor (also known as Wanda Scott) is an American reality television contestant, hairstylist, and actress. Windsor is best known for appearing on Flavor of Love 2 and winning Flavor of Love Girls: Charm School. After the show, Windsor launched a unisex lip balm called Saaphyri's Lip Chap which stemmed from Saaphyri offering H-Town "lip chap" after their fight on Flavor of Love 2.
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It's win or else. It's the state playoffs. It's North Brunswick making the trip to West Windsor for the first round of the Central Jersey, Group IV state playoffs, when the #9 seed Raiders pay a visit to the #8 Pirates of West Windsor-Plainsboro South.
North Brunswick(17-6) has won five of their last six games - and four straight first round victories in state playoff games, while West Windsor-Plainsboro South have won their last five games at home, and are 11-2 in their own building this season.
We are live at the Pirates' Cove in West Windsor, New Jersey.
We thank you for listening to North Brunswick Raiders Basketball on the King James Radio Network.
First Contact Radio 7/21/14 Show #1192 hosted by Joshua Poet
Highlights of Tarot
Tree of Life
This Week’s Sky at a Glance, July 18 – 26
Two red UFOs leaving UFO shaped cloud over Chile ob 18th July 2014
UFO Over Puerto Rico On June 20, 2014
Cloaked UFOs Seen Moving Over Roswell, New Mexico Crash Site, July 2014
After a Credible and Incredible UFO Sighting, He Made It His Life's Work
Multiple UFOs and Orbs Releasing Orbs- Detroit, Windsor
Crop Circle Shows 135 Concentric Circles Forming A Spiral, Wiltshire, UK
Tree of Life
THE MYSTICAL QABALAH
9 Signs You're An Old Soul
High Council of Orion July-18-2014
Daily Affirmations - 21 July 2014
in Self Help
Rudolph R. Windsor, Ph.D.
Dr. Rudolph R. Windsor is an internationally known author and speaker in the areas of history, and self-development. He is the author of five books. His best-selling books are as follows:
From Babylon to Timbuktu and
The Valley of the Dry Bones
Dr. Windsor graduated from Gratz College in the 1970s and received a B.A. Degree in Hebrew language, history, and culture. Also, he received his Masters and Doctoral Degrees from the University of Metaphysics. In order to learn more about writing historical novels, Dr. Windsor has read many books on that subject.
After the January, 2010 earthquake in Haiti, Dr. Windsor traveled to Haiti with members of a Haitian Seven Day Adventist church in the Atlanta area to help the victims with their recovery and rebuilding. He spent most of his adult life in Philadelphia, PA where he married and raised four sons and a daughter. He now resides in a suburb of Atlanta, GA.
Over the years, he has traveled throughout America and abroad lecturing in the Middle East, Central America, and Africa. Also, Dr. Windsor has appeared on radio and TV shows.
Esta noche sera especial. Ya que el Domingo es Dia de los Padres, vamos a ponerlos a bailar desde hoy. habra poca conversacion y mucha musica asi que venga a bailar y a gozar nuestra celebracion. Compartiendo conmigo estara mi hermano Windsor DJKarlitoNavaja Santiago asi que no se pierda la fiesta esta noche a las 11 PM.
Boricuas of the World Social Club Talk Show
Culture, music and fun with special guests and friends.
Open to the listening public for calling and suggestions for future shows.
Show para celebrar nuestrea cultura. Con buena musica e invitados especiales!!
Contactenos aqui: firstname.lastname@example.org
As we approach the Supreme Court of the Unites States (SCOTUS) one-year anniversary of Windsor v. United States ruling, do we celebrate or mourn this ruling?
In 1954, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) issued the (now famous landmark) ruling Brown v. Board of Education. In one ruling classroom segratation was considered illegal and unconstitional.
If public school segregation were put to a popular vote in 1954 (the same way DOMA's arrived over the past decade) would segregation stand?
In June 1967, Loving v. Virginia: "Was a landmark civil rights decision of the United States Supreme Court which invalidated laws prohibiting interracial marriage. The court ruled that Virginia's anti-miscegenation statute violated both the Due Process Clause and the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment." Source: ACLU
In one ruling, the 1967 SCOTUS vacated laws prohibiting interracial marriage across the land. End of story.
In 1967 if each state voted on a unique constitutional amendment to modify their state's definition of marriage to prohibit interracial marriage, what do you think would be the results of a popular vote?
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So you’ve had your preliminary hearing regarding losing custody of your loved ones and the judge has signed their first set of orders. What happens next?
Join us for answers to this question and more regarding the US judicial system and how it behaves when Child Protective Services (CPS) violates the Constitution by committing American "family break-up" in taking custody of children, teens and infants from their parents and guardians.
Cliff and Shelley Hoelz will be our guests on America Speaks Blog Talk Radio, where America gets to speak. Join us!
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Carlan Gay & Audley Stephenson re-cap a crucial game 4 between the Island Storm and Windsor Storm in the NBL Canada Finals. The Island Storm take a thrilling 3-1 advantage in the series and colour commentator, Ian Joudrey joins the podcast to provide his thoughts.