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What are the best ways to keep a LDR (long distance relationship) going hot and heavy? How do you keep the fire burning when your partner is miles away? Tune in Sept. 12th at 10pm EST to The Mile High Club Radio Show’s Fall 2014 Season Premiere, learn the art of erotic visualization (relating to sex: causing sexual feelings & formation of mental visual images). As our sexy co-pilots Jet Setting Jasmine & King Noire reveal their latest erotic adventures around the globe and their personal tips to keeping the fire burning. Join the JSJ Movement, 'Come Fly With Us'...'This is the Renaissance of the Art of Making Love, Jet Setting Around the Globe with the Mile High Club' ~ XOXO Jasmine & King www.jetsettingjasmine.com
Explore the sensual allure of ‘role play’ with Mile High Club’s sexy co-pilots Jet Setting Jasmine and King Noire. Learn how the art of role play can add spice and excitement to any relationship. Join Jasmine and King as they share their views and experiences with seductive role play. www.jetsettingjasmine.com
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On the Next Focused with Jasmine O’Day: Health before Wealth! So many people desire wealth but are unhealthy. To truly be wealthy, you must begin becoming healthy. A healthy mind, body and spirit is very essential to wealth. Join me as I break down the keys to wealth.
This Sunday's Topic
Domestic violence thrives when we are silent, affecting all genders and all ages in our country. This Sunday, we begin a journey in celebration of the strong who have survived domestic abuse and other forms of violence. We welcome you to leave a voice or text message anonymously before the show at 404-590-4STT or call us live during the show at 646-200-0246 to speak to our guest mental health counselor, Christine Daves, of Rochester, New York.
About STT Radio aka "WSTT"
With thousands of listeners, we aim to discuss just about any and everything under the sun. Our hosts are full of laughter and comedy but we also hit the tough controversial topics. Most importantly, you can always call 646-200-0246 and state your thoughts and opinions.
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Dr. Anupama Biswas is a Board of Director of SWACIN and an eye surgeon professional speaking about "How to be in Touch of her Community." and her "Health Care Program" working together to assist women and children in the Niger Delta. As a social person she is always connected with community and every level of people. Their day to day grievances of being incapable and a thought to bring a progress change brought to her home town. She even decided to give up the best work place and join her community. Today she is very happy to do so and really feels she has achieved her real aim in life. Her vision focuses on her own be-loved community and her hope for broadening insights into setting states in the International arena.
Global Eco Theatre is designed to convey difficult-to-understand problems in Nigeria such as witch-craft, corruption, lack of safety and the worst petroleum pollution in Africa to the International community in an aesthetic form so that people around the world can join solvinghe problems. The regions contributes major cause of global warming and climate change. Our website: http://www.swacin.com
7:30PM to 9:30PM
The National African American Forum was formed to address the concerns of the New Jim Crow ” Mass Incarceration in the Age of Color Blindness
According to Michelle Alexander, New York Times Best Seller, and winner of the NAACP image award, states that the war on drugs during the Reagan Administration set into motion blatant discrimination within the caste system in the criminal justice system, education, economic development, housing, health, and the political process. According to Alexander individuals that was classified as a convicted felon after release could not receive public assistance in health, housing, and education, furthermore those individuals could not apply for loans to start a business, and did not have the right to vote.
A vast majority of those individuals were African Americans. Through new Jim Crow African Americans have been left behind in all institutions of life.
The National African American Forum is setting out to undo the wrongs of the New Jim Crow.
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Dï Thomas, Marti "Tipp" Steele, & Steezo Da Champ brings you real, raw, and uncut conversations. Touching on subjects ranging from dating, labels, bedroom play, & many more you are sure to get your mix of laughs and answers especially with Steezo being the level headed philospher. Tipp's ability to deliver her point with that straight forward attitude contributes to the tell it like it is mentality that keeps the show on point and the listeners entertained. Dï's calm demeanor and ability to deliver her point without setting any five alarm fires is the balance needed to make for smooth and informative dialect. Together the D-Boiis will keep your Mondays entertaining. So ladies hold on to your panties and Doms pull up a chair and take a few notes from this triple treat.
PWE is bringing to you the Pink and Purple Tie and Stiletto Brunch. Prior to that we are going to hear from our Keynote Speaker Danny Clay and our MC Martin Jongu'e'.
Danny Clay is a gift of inspiration wrapped in song. His voice is full of depth. It has lownotes vibrating with incarceration and drug abuse. It has high notes that resound with Nephew Tommy, from The Steve Harvey Morning Show, discovering him in a fortuitous meeting. This resulted in Danny being invited to be the opening act for Steve Harvey, an experience that lasted 3 years Danny has shared stages with great entertainers including Charlie Wilson, Avant, Musiq Soulchild, and John Legend. He also shined brightly as"Harold" in the dynamic stage play "Tyler Perry's Madea's Big Happy Family".
Martin Jongu’e’ Sr. Is a mentor; author (“Daily Affirmation for Hurting Men”, “The Struggles in a Man’s Life” and “The Difference between Relationships, Sex and Anger”), Martin founded Help4meninfo, Inc. In 2012. The mission of Help4meninfo, Inc. Is to continuously build up the men within our global communities by providing them with the necessary resources to help them get past their hurts in order for them to be able to propel into their divine purpose.
Professional Women Entrepreneurs is a collaboration of liked minded women, breaking barriers and setting new heights which was started by Trinita Williams. Our goal is to empower the renaissance woman who has a purpose, vision and plan and our vision is to help women around the world build businesses and grow their net worth.
Shane Sayrahder brings 10 years of sales and sales management experience in the CCRC (Continuing Care Retirement Community) industry; prior to his current assignment for Vi @ Aventura Senior Living, Shane spent three years with Asbury Communities (Germantown, Maryland) as a sales trainer and the acting director of marketing for Inverness Village in Tulsa, OK. He brings a unique style of sales management to his teams by basing his energy around educating seniors on options, strong phone and appointment-setting metrics, and having fun. Shane has worked with four startup projects in his career. Shane graduated with a B.A. in Communications from Washington State University and has an M.A. in Central and Eastern European Studies from Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland.
Leigh Oxley Du Preez
I was born in South Africa; I am only a second generation South African. I have 400+ years of American blood flowing through me. I have lived through and seen the utter devastation in my country and have lost much through the brutal violence in South Africa like so many of my fellow folk.
I do not have a fancy education but I am a giver, I live to serve my God and my people. I am involved with South African Family Relief Project. I am directly responsible for clothing and feeding White South African Families that are in crisis.
My name is Niall Mac Áibaicín and I currently live in Co. Donegal, Ireland. I lived in South Africa for approximately 20 years until the end of 2009 and worked as a financial and budgets manager as well as an academic director in universities within South Africa, Switzerland and Germany. My area of academic work was in Strategic Management and Organizational Behavior. I specialized in Leadership and Emotional Intelligence. The last few years of my time in South Africa were spent working as a volunteer for an Irish government funded organization in KwaZulu-Natal setting up clinics for HIV, Aids and TB within a squatter camp and in a remote rural area.
Having married in South Africa and with two children who were born there, all of whom are now, thankfully, living in Ireland, I developed a great love for South African and its entire people. On the other hand I am glad that we do not live there any longer, given the rapid increase in rates of violence and murder within South African society.
On this episode of isportsweb radio, host Ryan Dunne will open with his rant on Percy Harvin and why the Seattle Seahawks traded him. Then, he will recap some of the standout games this past weekend. Next, he will talk about Peyton Manning on his record-setting night and what it means on his place in history. Finall, he will end the show with a preview and his predicition between the Steelers and Texans.