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  • 02:01

    Rundgren Radio Rocktober Show 2 with The Global Girls

    in Music

    Special guests Grace Yoo and Ashle Worrick. The Todd Rundgren Global Tour Dancers / Singers.

  • 02:03

    Washington Times Reporter, L. Todd Wood, Returns as Guest

    in Politics

    Todd is a contributor to Fox Business News, NY Post, The Moscow Times, Armed Forces Journal, Newmax Money News, National Review, Zero-Hedge, and others.  His column at the Washington Times, Behind The Curtain, deals with Russian and former Soviet issues.

    He splits his time between NYC and Moscow.


    Born in Georgia and raised in Savannah, Ever since his earliest days, he loved story telling.


    Todd left Savannah in 1982 to attend the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, CO where he studied aeronautical engineering.  Upon graduation in 1986, he immediately left the Academy for flight school.  His initial assignment was flying Combat Search and Rescue helicopters at Elmendorf Air Force Base in Anchorage, Alaska.  In the UHAE (Unique Harsh Arctic Environment-pronounced "Yoo Hay" by Alaskans) he flew local rescue missions and was also deployed throughout Asia. During this time he was credited with saving many lives and even more assists.  In addition to flying exciting missions, Todd also managed to graduate from the University of Alaska Anchorage with an M.S. in Engineering Management.  In 1990 he volunteered for Special Operations and went back to flight school.  In 1991 he was assigned to the 20th Special Operations Squadron at Hurlburt Field, FL, flying MH-53J Pave Low helicopters.  Immediately he was deployed to Kuwait.  Over the next three years he was active in  classified missions in support of counterterrorism under the control of the National Command Authority and deployed throughout the world.  His customers included SEAL Team Six and Delta Force.  He left the Air Force as a Captain in 1994. 

  • 00:08

    The Queen's Den

    in Radio

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  • 02:56

    CLUB SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE 11/28

    in Real Estate

    Hosted by Jam Master of Soul Club Saturday Night.
    Old school jams and New school yoo.

  • 00:56

    Interview With John Yoo

    in Politics Conservative

    John Yoo is a Professor of Law at the University of California at Berkeley, and a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute.  He is a former advisor in the Justice Department as well as a former clerk to Justice Clarence Thomas. His previous books have include Crisis and Command, War by Other Means, The Powers of War and Peace, and, his latest book, Point of Attack: Preventive War, International Law, and Global Welfare.

  • 02:00

    yoO.

    in Comedy

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  • 01:00

    Loretta McNary interviews Movie Director Christine Yoo

    in Entertainment

    Loretta McNary Live is a premier blog talk radio show created for an empowered, active, and diverse TV, radio, social media and online listening audience. LML uses a progressive live call in format to target an ever expanding market of online listeners wanting an impressive menu of meaningful, insightful, and authentic conversations.
    Our guest today is filmaker/Director Christine Yoo.
    Opening in theaters April 2013, "Wedding Palace" is Christine Yoo's directing debut. With the film, Yoo has the distinction of becoming the first American to shoot in Korea with the Korean production system. Prior to writing, directing and producing the film, Yoo worked as a screenwriter in Hollywood and Korea. Highlights include co-writing "Afro Samurai," a 5-part animation series starring Samuel L. Jackson for SpikeTV/Fuji TV. It was an Emmy-nominated franchise that includes a book, video game and feature film. For Lionsgate, Yoo co-wrote and developed an original screenplay "For Steppers Only."
    In addition to film, Yoo has been a featured speaker at corporations, on college campuses and leadership conferences nationwide and in Korea. In 2012,  
    Yoo represented Asians in Hollywood at The White House Initiative on Asian American and Pacific Islanders' Briefing on Philanthropy and served as a judge for The White House video contest, "What's Your Story?"  in 2011. Recently Yoo directed for the 2012 5th Annual NBC Scene Showcase.
    Currently Yoo is directing commercials and planning to launch her next feature in 2013. She graduated summa cum laude from the University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts and from Phillips Academy Andover.

  • 02:00

    Washington Times Columnist L. Todd Wood To Discuss Obama's Identity Crisis.

    in Politics

     


    Todd is a contributor to Fox Business News, NY Post, The Moscow Times, Armed Forces Journal, Newmax Money News, National Review, Zero-Hedge, and others.  His column at the Washington Times, Behind The Curtain, deals with Russian and former Soviet issues.

    He splits his time between NYC and Moscow.


    Born in Georgia and raised in Savannah, Ever since his earliest days, he loved story telling.


    Todd left Savannah in 1982 to attend the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, CO where he studied aeronautical engineering.  Upon graduation in 1986, he immediately left the Academy for flight school.  His initial assignment was flying Combat Search and Rescue helicopters at Elmendorf Air Force Base in Anchorage, Alaska.  In the UHAE (Unique Harsh Arctic Environment-pronounced "Yoo Hay" by Alaskans) he flew local rescue missions and was also deployed throughout Asia. During this time he was credited with saving many lives and even more assists.  In addition to flying exciting missions, Todd also managed to graduate from the University of Alaska Anchorage with an M.S. in Engineering Management.  In 1990 he volunteered for Special Operations and went back to flight school.  In 1991 he was assigned to the 20th Special Operations Squadron at Hurlburt Field, FL, flying MH-53J Pave Low helicopters.  Immediately he was deployed to Kuwait.  Over the next three years he was active in  classified missions in support of counterterrorism under the control of the National Command Authority and deployed throughout the world.  His customers included SEAL Team Six and Delta Force.  He left the Air Force as a Captain in 1994. 

     


     

  • 00:08

    Women Crowdfunding Interviews Batch 3

    in Self Help

    Matthew Lesko of http://lesko.com/, http://leskofreeradio.com/, http://lesko.com/fiverr & http://bigdatalesko.com tells us about his interviews of successful women in crowdfunding today.


    Interview Links
    Minna Yoo: https://youtu.be/dQ4cschTA28
    Rachel Evans Schiller: https://youtu.be/XWXHJHwJY9o
    Erika Larsen: https://youtu.be/b3U3CntNUI8
    Emily Best: https://youtu.be/Sx814Yb5Tkk
    Jilliene Helman: https://youtu.be/-6PF0mgjjtc
    Sarah Tassi: https://youtu.be/tHfznDE43kM
    Whitney Franklin: https://youtu.be/ZywQDHcLGpU
    Vladlena Taradkina: https://youtu.be/dR2ZQFQw7wk
    Ed, Tonya & Kristin Tiger: https://youtu.be/QliB69_sKrA
    Amanda Barbara: https://youtu.be/TEIdjLV2RUk
    Amanda Pekoe: https://youtu.be/PAHkmBY-nmk
    Rebekah Ramsey: https://youtu.be/_T8xAM1VAzw
    Laurie Stein: https://youtu.be/0lpbbWGUOO8
    Margaret Wallace: https://youtu.be/KViMSj1iZ1s
    Alyscia Cunningham: https://youtu.be/Vh268zjIgNI
    Wendy Roberts: https://youtu.be/wa0PqtKsEs8
    Tori Schallot: https://youtu.be/k5cyzfj_Gw0
    Pamela Hawley: https://youtu.be/OxMe6zTICmQ
    Susan Bender Phelps: https://youtu.be/kZqvG8UxJuo
    Keri Bailey: https://youtu.be/BvhxA8wSMJc
    Lisa DeLuca: https://youtu.be/N7bgpqPUR9w


    Watch: https://youtu.be/50oJ-m-uBDQ

  • 00:15

    Nothing Is Better Than Getting Money To Do Something You Think Is Very Important

    in Self Help

    Matthew Lesko of http://leskofreeradio.com/ and http://lesko.com/fiverr interviews Minna Yoo of http://lovebottle.net/ about an all-American reusable glass water bottle.


    Watch: https://youtu.be/dQ4cschTA28

  • 00:13

    The Imperial Church -- The Impact of the New Order

    in Christianity

    The History of Christianity #88


    Our History of Christianity Scripture verse today is John 4:24 which reads: "God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth."


    Our History of Christianity quote today is from Paul David Tripp. He said: "Corporate worship is a regular gracious reminder that it's not about you. You've been born into a life that is a celebration of another."


    Today, in the History of Christianity, we are looking at "The Imperial Church - The Impact of the New Order" (Part 2) from Dr. Justo L. Gonzalez's fine book, The Story of Christianity (Volume 1).


    Until Constantine's time, Christian worship had been relatively simple. At first, Christians gathered to worship in private homes. Then they began to gather in cemeteries, such as the Roman catacombs. By the third century there were structures set aside for worship such as the house in Dura-Europos (duh-ra-yoo-roh-pos).


    After Constantine's conversion, Christian worship began to be influenced by imperial protocol. Incense, which was used as a sign of respect for the emperor, began appearing in Christian churches. Officiating ministers, who until then had worn everyday clothes, began dressing in more luxurious garments - and soon were called "priests," in imitation of their pagan counterparts, while the communion table became an "altar" - in opposition to the instructions found earlier in the Didache (dide-ki). Likewise, a number of gestures indicating respect, which were normally made before the emperor, now became part of Christian worship. An interesting example of this had to do with prayer on Sunday.


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