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Visit daphnemallory.org. Like me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/daphne.mallory.esq. On today's episode, you'll learn real options for work at home jobs so that you can earn extra cash to get your family business started.
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Daphne Mallory, Esq. is an Entrepreneur Magazine Contributor, writer for The Huffinton Post, media personality, and international speaker and trainer on Family Business. Her work and life has been featured on ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC, The Dr. Oz Show, Self Magazine, and Woman.
This episode of Pneumatikos will explore the Servant theme in the biblical documents, and their relevance for believing ones today. Biblical servanthood is not an option for believers. We must be devoted and helpful followers of God. A true servant cannot serve two masters for he will either love one or hate the other. A servant of God must be of singular mind and heart, and know that in the kingdom of God servanthood is the highest honor. Jesus did not serve himself, but others, and he came to give his life as a ransom for many.
Here’s what Anthony Anglorus, our guest, had to say about his book, The Prince of Prigs.
“Writing this tale was an utter joy, but I had a problem. Two, actually. One, the start of the book must catch the reader's eye.
There is nothing especially fascinating about a teenager arguing with his father and leaving home even in the seventeenth century, so I elected to start the book sixteen years later. Two, by starting at this point, I was rejecting a lot of fascinating stories, and to make matters worse, eight months later he left the country to fight abroad, and there is little information about this later period.
So I wrote his tale covering the eight months, and then hit a problem; it was way too short. However, history was roiling around him in this period, so I decided to show some of the events which coloured his actions. In doing so, General Thomas Lord Fairfax caught my eye and I researched him before weaving him into the tale. But the story still lacked depth and a proper conclusion. So I introduced Zachary Howard, weaving his tale around the existing story, and because of some of his actions, I was able to create a totally fictitious but utterly satisfying conclusion to the book.”
What a storyteller! Want more? Then visit Anthony at: http://www.anglorus.com/.
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(Kewl Khat Willy T. promotes) Led Zeppelin were an English rock band formed in London in 1968. The group consisted of guitarist Jimmy Page, singer Robert Plant, bassist and keyboardistJohn Paul Jones, and drummer John Bonham. The band's heavy, guitar-driven sound, rooted in blues and psychedelia on their early albums, has earned them recognition as one of the progenitors of heavy metal, though their unique style drew from a wide variety of influences, including folk music.
(Italian American promotes) Black Sabbath are an English rock band, formed in Birmingham in 1968, by guitarist and main songwriter Tony Iommi, bassist and main lyricist Geezer Butler, singer Ozzy Osbourne, and drummer Bill Ward. The band have since experienced multiple line-up changes, with guitarist Iommi being the only constant presence in the band through the years. Despite an association with these two themes, Black Sabbath also composed songs dealing with social instability, political corruption, the dangers of drug abuse and apocalyptic prophecies of the horrors of war.
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Last week, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission dropped an astounding ruling: By a 3-2 vote, it concluded that “sexual orientation is inherently a ‘sex-based consideration,’ and an allegation of discrimination based on sexual orientation is necessarily an allegation of sex discrimination under Title VII.”
This is a big deal: The Commission’s recommendations shape rulings on federal employees’ workplace-discrimination claims, and its field offices deal with claims made by employees at private organizations, as well. But the ruling is also a reminder of how complicated—and unresolved—the post-Obergefell legal landscape is. The Supreme Court’s ruling in favor of same-sex marriage at the end of June has set the country up for two new waves of discrimination claims: those made by same-sex couples and LGBT workers, and those made by religious Americans who oppose same-sex marriage. The two may seem distinct or even opposed, but they’re actually intertwined: In certain cases, extending new rights to LBGT workers will necessarily lead to religious-freedom objections, and vice versa.
Why is it a surprise that people say they are still married after 5 years or even 10? It's funny I hear people say that love doesn't work. But I beleive you can make anything work if you wanted it to.
Erroll and Delisa Brown has been married for 13 years and divorce is not an option. We will dig in and speak to them about what they do to make sure that their LOVE WORKS!! They love one another and has a wonderful family that they are raising in a two parent home.
The purpose of the show is to show others that despite of what you think or others will tell you, you can be happy in your marriage. Are there ups and downs? Of Course but the real question is how are you going to get through!
You're on the job and you just get settled at your desk. You look up as a new hire walks into the building for the first time and this person is the finest person you've ever seen. They wind up sitting next to you and you can't stop staring. At that point, you have a decision to make: do I try to get to know this person as a coworker or do I try to get to know this person on a more personal level? Thousands of people around the country struggle with this decision daily.
On tonight's show, I'm going to throw out 4 reasons why it could benefit you to date a coworker. I've actually done it successfully and I can share my tips on how I made it work. I will also give 4 reasons against why a person should date a coworker. The last place to have "Fatal Attraction" moments is the place where you make your rent money.
This and more on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show! "No experts. Just opinions."
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Welcome to the UnCommon Christianity podcast, affectionately known as The UCC Show!
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All this and so much more on tonight's UCC Show!
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Hour one: Ubitus. Mr. John Rizzo, SVP of America.
Ubitus Inc., the technology leader in deploying cloud-enabled rich media services, offers innovative cloud computing solutions, including patented GameCloud, for device manufacturers, wired/wireless communication service providers, telecommunication operators and digital content developers. Hear all about the world’s first commercial cloud gaming platform supporting MMORGs and in-app purchase!
Hour two: Hammerfall Publishing. Ms. Cathrin Machin, Project Lead.
Hammerfall Publishing is a high-tech independent game development and publishing studio based in Sydney, Australia. They specialise in high definition gaming; creating cutting edge experiences for PC, tablet, and mobile platforms.
With Straight Outta Compton, Kelli Jones has cemented herself as the go-to Costume Designer for gritty, realistic depictions of television and feature films’ most compelling characters and genres. After getting her start on season two of the critically-acclaimed FX series The Shield, Kelli was tapped to develop the look that sparked a fashion phenomenon with the wildly popular biker gang drama Sons of Anarchy. Through Sons, Kelli not only brought unquestionable sex appeal to the characters, but also garnered a Costume Designer’s Guild nomination in the prestigious “Best Contemporary Costume Design” category. In a true testament to the populatiy of her original looks and style, she even developed a Sons Of Anarchy clothing and jewelry line that is sold directly to fans on the FX Network’s website. These signature designs and point-of-view were not lost on the producers of the motion picture thriller Homefront, who picked her to create the looks for stars Jason Statham & James Franco, Winona Ryder and Kate Bosworth. Additionally, Kelli has she designed for such feature films as Chrystal starring Billy Bob Thornton, Four Reasons starring Josh Lucas and Radha Mitchell and Isolation, for Sons of Anarchy Director Stephen Kay. Jones’ other successful television credits include Hawaii, North Shore, Standoff, Women's Murder Club, Memphis Beat, Parks and Recreation, Franklin & Bash and several television pilots including Star-Crossed for the CW network and the groundbreaking Fox series The Following. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Donald Trump's lawyer apologized Tuesday for comments he made to a "Daily Beast" reporter saying, "You cannot rape your spouse."
The lawyer, Michael Cohen, made threats against a reporter who was writing about a decades-old allegation of rape by Trump's first wife, Ivana Trump. Ivana Trump used the term "rape" to describe a sexual encounter between her and her husband when she was giving a deposition during the couple's 1990 divorce.
Ryan Williams' ongoing knee problems have cost him a prime opportunity in the Dallas Cowboys' unsettled backfield.
The team announced Williams' release on Tuesday after the running back underwent another knee procedure in June.
A Cardinals second-round pick in 2011, Williams is a reminder of just how fragile the careers of promising running backs can be.
He was viewed as a future star before rupturing his patellar tendon in his rookie training camp. Unable to stay out of the trainer's room, Williams has managed just 164 yards on 58 carries (2.8 yards per carry) since then.
Despite that lack of production, the Cowboys had high hopes for Williams after signing him to a two-year contract with a $240,000 signing bonus in January.