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Shalome everyone. Tonight 9Mind Sacred Sisterhood will be playing DJ, while sitting outside by the rainbow colored craklin fire pit in my yard, and you already know i will be slurpping on my favorite beverage (((wink ;-))).
If you feel like choppin it up, then call in 713 955-0709. Oh yeah, I finally got around to creating my twitter account today.
Bout time right? resistance was futile. LOL
It's 9Mind Frequecy @El_Shiloah9 if you would like to keep up with who I'm following along with my functional insanity.
Will start off with random songs from my own library and if I get to (right) to continue to DJ lmao. Then I'll let PANDORA RADIO take over.
You're all invited. :-)
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store® and fan-favorite country music artist Neal McCoy announce the upcoming CD release of Pride: A Tribute to Charley Pride: Deluxe Edition, which will be available on Nov. 3rd exclusively at all 633 Cracker Barrel Old Country Store® locations and online at crackerbarrel.com.
Pride: A Tribute to Charley Pride: Deluxe Edition contains two exclusive bonus tracks not found on the original edition that was released in 2013 by Slate Creek Records. The album contains Neal’s versions of 13 songs made famous by the legendary Pride. Highlights include Neal performing duets with three of country music’s greatest voices. He sings “Roll On Mississippi” with Trace Adkins, “I’m Just Me” with Raul Malo, and Pride’s signature song (which earned songwriter Ben Peters a GRAMMY Award in 1972 for Best Country song), “Kiss an Angel Good Mornin’” with Darius Rucker.
“I wanted to open people’s eyes about Charley and remind them of all that he has accomplished,” says Neal. “I thought the best way to do that was to just put his music out there and let people hear what great country music sounds like."
In 1981, Charley Pride was introduced to Neal after the younger singer won a nightclub talent contest in Dallas and soon hired the newcomer to be his opening act at his concerts. Neal continued to work for Pride until 1986 when he left to pursue a recording contract. Neal's hits include “No Doubt About It” , “Wink" and "The Shake." He is currently touring with Blake Shelton on the “Ten Times Crazier" Tour."
This episode will deal with different issues in connection with the government's idea of 'transparent" and "open" government. One such example is the first "negotiation" involving the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes (CSKT) Water Rights Compact that took place Sept 3, 2014.
Part one of the meeting was typical Delphi Theater. But part two, the public comment period, was the real eye opener. That will be played during the first hour and then open discussion about other examples of wink wink, behind close doors politics.
By the way , if you think this water rights compact is only a Flathead Lake Montana issue you better think again. If it's agreed to as written, the other 6 MT tribes have already decided to renegotiate their completed compacts. The CSKT Compact will impact all eleven southern Montana counties. And the CSKT Compact will set a precedent for the rest of the country. Maybe even in your neck of the woods.
An excellent site for information regarding this compact is Western Montana Water Rights.
LAMP (LaVilla Arts And Music Presents)
in Collaboration with Midichlorian Music
Present A Special LIVE STUDIO EDITION OF DickHead Radio
with The Hippest Old Guy Ever WINK FINKELSTEIN!
We will chop it up on everything from Battle Rap to the Gaza Strip
This Event is Special Standing Room Only
We Will Be Broadcasting Live From
Come Out And Meet Wink and Stink !
also featuring Comic CATFISH
and A Live In House Performance from members of FFJB
Jim Garrett State Bar certified Tax Specialist who works only on trust and estate matters. He is also a State Bar certified specialist in Estate Planning, Trusts and Probate Law. His practice deals primarily with large to very large trusts and estates where tax issues are very important
Sgt Chris Cognac runs the Community Policing Unit at the Hawthorne Police in Los Angeles County California. He is one of the co creators of the high successful internation community policing project called “Coffee with a Cop, he and his fellow officers also run a program for low income children to be able to play ice hockey
Jason Schultz attorney who concentrates his practice in personal injury and wrongful death matters on behalf of plaintiffs in state and federal courts primarily in and around Atlanta, Georgia. He is a Life Member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum The Top Trial Lawyers in America, AV Rated by Martindale-Hubbell, Georgia Super Lawyers, named in the Top 100 Trial Lawyers in Georgia . He authored the book “The Ultimate Guide to Injury Cases in Georgia: The Truth About Your Injury Case” and well as numerous articles and seminars relating to trucking safety and litigation
Steven Bowman leading international advisor in strategy, governance, risk and leadership. He currently consults with over one thousand nonprofit and corporate organizations each year in the USA, UK , Australia , NZ and Asia. He is a fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Fellow of the Corporate Law and Accountability Research Group , Monash University, and co-author with his wife of “Leading From the Edge of Possibility: No More Business As Usual”
The Star Chamber Show brings you an extra special episode this week when the incomparable, amazing Lee Martindale stops by for a visit!
Writer, editor, publisher, and Imaginarium’s first ToastMistress Lee Martindale has been called “a force of nature” and “Hell on Wheels”, and she comes by both honestly. Already a longtime human rights activist and internationally-recognized commentator on size rights issues, she turned to writing genre fiction shortly after becoming a paraplegic in 1991, making her first professional genre sale to Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Snows of Darkover anthology. Since then, her work has appeared in numerous venues and anthologies, including MZB Fantasy Magazine and three volumes of MZB’s Sword and Sorceress series, as well as Turn The Other Chick, Witch Way To The Mall, and Fangs For The Mammaries (all edited by Esther Friesner),, Warrior Wisewoman 2 (edited by Roby James), Catopolis (edited by Janet Dever-Pack & Martin Greenberg), and Low Port, edited by Sharon Lee & Steve Miller.
Lee has edited two anthologies of original genre fiction, Such A Pretty Face: Tales of Power and Abundance, and The Ladies of Trade Town. A collection of her own short stories, tentatively titled HarpHaven Tales, is scheduled for publication Spring 2014.
When not slinging fiction, Lee is a Named Bard, a veteran human rights activist, a Lifetime Active Member of SFWA (where she’s serving her second term on the Board of Directors), a fencing member of the SFWA Musketeers, a member of the SCA, and a popular guest at science fiction conventions all over the country. She and her husband George live in Plano, TX, where she keeps friends and fans in the loop at http://www.HarpHaven.net.
So get ready, hold onto your seat, and prepare for one heckuva episode with Lee Martindale at 9pm Eastern this Wednesday!
Here is the first chit chat so called Granite County public meeting (Agenda item) I recorded Sept 16 and downloaded per request.
Granite County Road & Bridge Foremen Discussion Sept 17 2014 09/21 by The View from Montana | Politics Podcasts
Now compare that to what you will hear during this episode of TVFM. This is an example of a Granite County PUBLIC HEARING. One that was actually noticed twice in the local newspaper. Unfortunately not with the same application info presented at the hearing.
See if either are familiar to you or similar to the public meetings and hearings taking place in your neck of the woods. This particular "public hearing" was noticed in the paper twice as required, but with not the same info presented at the hearing. After attending the "hearing" you kind of wonder, "Does it really matter, noticed or not, when you have these kind of public servants making decisions, supposedly, for YOUR benefit?!!!"
Scary! Believe me, what you don't know and/or ignore WILL come back and bite you in the butt. NOTHING that happens in your neck of the woods stays there if your neck of the woods feeds at the Federal trough.
Plus if we have time Judge Dick M will give a critique of that Supreme court candidate debate held Sept 23 in Missoula at the UofM.
David H. Pope is a 1974 graduate of the University of Florida (BA with High Honors; Phi Beta Kappa) and a 1977 graduate of the University of North Carolina School of Law (JD). From January 1978 through December 2006, David practiced in Atlanta, Georgia in the firm of Carr, Tabb & Pope and its predecessor firms. Throughout his 29 year career as a private lawyer, David was in the forefront of environmental law in the south, handling cases under many of the federal environmental statutes and well as under state and common law.
David’s legal work has been acknowledged by his peers through an AV Rating in Martindale Hubble and inclusion in Best Lawyers In America and Georgia’s Super Lawyers. Following retirement from private practice at the end of 2006, David joined the Southern Environmental Law Center as Director of the Georgia/Alabama office in Atlanta. The Southern Environmental Law Center is a non-profit, public-interest law firm devoted to protecting the environment and special places in the South.
Approaching the fall season means one very important thing, FOOTBALL, FOOTBAL, FOOTBALL. Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti and George "the Howitzer" Gerbo go wall to wall FOOTBALL (yes, it's necessary to scream). A new season means excitement and hope for all teams...well except the Browns (wink).
The Seattle Seahawks enter an NFL season as defending champions for the first time in franchise history. Even with how good they are, is it too tough to repeat? Your favorite sports genius' go division by division previewing the season and giving their thoughts on the impact players. Has San Francisco improved enough to reclaim the West or are the 49ers perhaps overrated? Is the addition of Julius Peppers going to cure the Packers defensive issues? Are the Bears really deserving of the "sexy pick" tag? Has Drew Brees and the Saints positioned themselves as head and shoulders above the rest of the South? And then there's the no one wins more than 9 games asinine NFC East!
Over in the AFC, will a weak overall conference allow teams like Cincinnati and San Diego to finally make a deep run? Will Peyton Manning and the Broncos take a step back? Does Ben Roethlisberger not get enough recognition for maksing the Steelers issues? No, he's not one of them. Is the AFC East tighter than people think? Denver again or could maybe this be Andrew Luck and Indianapolis Colts year?!
It's not just the NFL that kicks off, college football is already underway. Did WVU prove anything with a close loss to Alabama? Is Florida State truly the best team? Can Kenny Hill AKA Kenny Football keep picking up where Johnny Manziel left off for Texas A&M? There's now a playoff. Mike tells the buffoons why this will still spark controversy.
Pound your chest and scream! Football is back! Oh yeah, and the Howitzer and Buzz-saw conquer sports radio, one day, at a time..
Keith Wann and Wink talk to several panel members
Keith Wann and Wink interviews Sarah Bingham
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