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Step into the studio because it's time for the Mic Check!! It's week 3 of the Battle of The Best and this week it's all about the slow jams! Will we have a new BOTB champion or will Champ keep his crown? So tune in and enjoy the sounds of Mic Check.
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This decor short and show previerw will focus on fireplace saftey. Lets get ready to bundle!!!!!in front of the fireplace
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This Sexy Love Experience - CARLOS & LYNNE SIMS
Get your knickers in a knot, whilst Shaun talks about:
Two's Company, Three's Allowed is a gentleman's show
Dike haircuts taking the feminine out of the female
People that call Shaun a kook later agree
Psychedelic hippy faggots in lycra
Television programming sux
And much more as usual...
Nicole S. Brown is also the author of School Days, Holidays, and All Days That Lie Between, More School Days, Holidays, and All Days That Lie Between, God’s Calling You To Live A Life That’s True, Who Do You Love?, All About Slime, Trials Of A Northeast Louisiana Child, The School of Hard Knocks, and Life Support. She is a native of Monroe, LA. Nicole is the youngest of seven children, and was formally educated in Monroe, LA. Nicole is a Louisiana and Mississippi-certified, K-12 teacher who holds certifications in the following subject areas: Chemistry, Physics, General Science, and Music. She is also a member of Zeta Phi Beta, Sorority Inc. She holds a B.S., in Chemistry Education from the University of Louisiana-Monroe. Nicole worked as an elementary general music teacher for two years in Baton Rouge, LA, in her second year of working in Baton Rouge, she wrote and published seven books of poetry.
Our final re-watch wrap up podcast, for episodes 8, 9 & 10. Since our podcast series was initiated late-season during season two, we have featured after shows for these episodes already. Thus, much of the content of the episodes may be glossed over to avoid reiterating the same commentary, but we will be discussing some reenacting adventures and future group ventures for BPS.
The Sonny Thomas Show presents Part 3: The Jewish Question, with special guest, Patricia Aiken. In the second hour, STS contributor Space Cadet ("Dizzy") presents The Disaster Report. Cat Tastrophe is the hostess of the STS party tonight...join us for a fun filled, informative two hours.
Join us live this Thursday night as we discuss the horrors of hotels - Stephen King style! With American Horror Story: Hotel premiering Wednesday night. We decided to check in to two horrific hotels and discuss The Shining and 1408. We hope you enjoy your stay because if the food doesn't kill you. The hotel staff will!
Tha SPORTSKRIB-Hosted by Kalani Lua
Join host Kalani Lua(@klua11)) as we discuss the latest news in Major Sports. Our weekly panel consists of writers and bloggers from around the net. @1stStopFantasy, @RSENetwork, @SportsBrosR, @Boston_Madness, along with independent writers allow us to bring their thoughts and opinions to the airways, on a weekly basis. Our core of panelists includes: Jeremiah Short(@DaRealShort); Bryan Anderson(kidcali82); Texas Football Alumni Don 'Da Bomb' Hays(Donhays68); Dustin Harper(dlamar44) & Andrewe Oak (Mayor_Oak).
We tackle the latest issues, with no "sugar coating". Join us for the best two hours, of Sports, on BlogTalkRadio.
Avant is a name that has been used in the context of being original or innovative but the singer/songwriter from Cleveland has transformed the word into a powerhouse brand. Since breaking out on the music scene with his first platinum hit singles, “Separated” and “My First Love”—he has been on a non-stop journey having released seven albums in the last 15 years.
Avant has toured with some of the biggest names in the R&B world from Joe, Jagged Edge and Keith Sweat. He is preparing for the new album release, The VIII in September 2015. This spring he released the debut single from the album, “Special” which is romantic song that breathes new life into love and commitment.
Luke Christopher isn’t about to wait around for anybody. Instead of relying on singers or producers, the Los Angeles rapper can belt out a hook with the best of them, and he remains an accomplished producer and beat maker in his own right. On his two new EPs YSTRDY and TMRW for ByStorm Entertainment/RCA Records, his singular vision only starts to unfold, encompassing airtight rhymes, cinematic storytelling, keen wit, and a little bit of wisdom.
Growing up in the San Fernando Valley, music surrounded Luke. At a young age, his father turned him on to the likes of Elton John, U2, Michael Jackson, and Stevie Wonder. However, hip-hop found him one Christmas when 2Pac’s All Eyez On Me sat under the tree. In high school, he converted the bottom bed of his bunk beds into a makeshift studio. There, he taught himself how to rap, sing, and compose beats. By his seventeenth birthday, he was ready to be properly heard, and major labels clamored for this strangely soulful and emotionally expansive style.
We are told from early childhood that success in life equals money. From that point on, it’s a mad scramble to acquire as much money as possible. The two most common approaches are to choose a good career or develop your own business. But no matter what career path you pick, you end up paying tons of money in student loans and working long hours to make ends meet. And those who start your own businesses most often find themselves investing their life savings—only to end up working 12 hours a day to get the business off the ground. Meanwhile, Better Business Bureau statistics tell us that most businesses fail within their first three years of operation.
What they fail to tell you is that instead of chasing the dollar, you should instead be chasing power—spiritual power, that is. With knowledge of magic, you can literally manipulate reality to bring about total and complete abundance. Keep in mind that spiritual power should always be your unlimited goal. If you live your life worshipping money, all you ever have is a piece of paper. I call this the “money deception.” But if you have magic, then anything and everything is within your grasp.
Did you know that your money in the bank is nothing but binary numbers? And that the ruling elite could zero your account out instantly if they wanted, leaving no trace of it whatsoever? This is why most billionaires must play ball or their billions will be taken away.
But to a master magician money means nothing—because he or she is free to do anything and doesn’t need to depend on money as a means to an end. So join, Master Qesankh Maa Kheperu as he reveals his secret to “Living a Magical Life! “
Join us and experience the rare pleasure of chatting with Legendary P-Funk Alumni Singer/Entertainer Shirley Hayden!
Shirley Hayden became a member of the P-Funk girl group Parlet with Mallia Franklin Queen of Funk (research), and Jeanette Washington in 1978, replacing Debbie Wright. She also recorded on her first Parliament and Funkadelic albums in the same year (One Nation Under A Groove). She remained with Parlet until its demise in 1980. Shirley recorded on two of the three Parlet albums, "Invasion of the Booty Snatchers" and "Play Me or Trade Me." Shirley was also a member of the Kid Rock and the Twisted Brown Trucker band in 1999 and has recorded on three multi-platinum Kid Rock albums. Shirley has received "Gold, Platinum,and Diamond Awards for her work with Kid Rock!
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