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Many people end up homeless because they live in houses/apartments that do not have the "appropriate technology" to maintain a financially sustainable existence.
Join us and learn about Appropriate Technology Housing.
We have all heard of "affordable housing" however "Appropriate Technolgy Housing" is more is the most efficient and cost effective housing available on the planet.
Living in an Appropriate Technology Home can help U create money.
Getting off the grid
Zero Waste Living
Best Places To Live and Not Live
How To Lower Or Eliminate Your Monthly Household Energy Expenses
How To Build Your Own House
Go From Homeless To Home owner.
Camp It's My House.
The American Golf Association's - Golf Swing from the Ground Up focusing this week on:
"Golf Swing from the Ground Up - How to Appropriate Deal with an Unruly Golfer”
Regular segments include:
The "Joke of the Week"
This Week's - "Celebrity & Golf Birthdays"
This Week's - "Golf Trivia Contest"
The "Rules of Golf" - USGA
This Week's - "Featured Event & Tip"
This Week's - "Featured Golf Course"
We're Changing the Game, the Fuse is Lit
EDIFYING THE BODY OF CHRIST is a series of teaching purposed to encourage godly lifestyles which reflect the presence of God in the life of the believer. Today's Message: APPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR IN THE HOUSE
VOICE OF REASONS PROPHETIC MINISTRY with The prophet Mary Washington, Pastor of Feed My Sheep Ministries Ft Worth, TX who delivers a burden removing yoke destroying word from the LORD! LIVE DAILY: Weekday Mornings at 7am and Wednesday Evenings at 8pm Gospel Table Talk on PURE WORD for EVERYDAY CHRISTIANS. Meet us there!
Feed My Sheep Ministries Church 2014 motto: Higher Heights and Deeper Depths, Grounded in the Will of God. We ask you to Partner With Us by giving your gift of any size to be a blessing to the work of the ministry and pray for us as we fulfill the will of The LORD "going out into all the world and making disciples" God bless you for your liberality
On this episode, we discuss how/why people are placed in Coalinga State Hospital, a penitentiary-style forensic facility. Were the 1500 involuntarily committed men at CSH given proper evaluations before they were involuntarily committed for life?
Why wasn't there appropriate psychological testing, such as a structured screening instrument, to determine whether they had a mental illness? More importantly, how can anyone be deemed a Sexually Violent Predator (SVP) without such a test, as required by law?
We'll delve into an important topic: diagnosis. Why is it that hundreds of these men have never had their day in court? Should they even be in a treatment facility before an official judgement against them? Why does diagnosis/treatment cost $200,000 per person per year, even for those who are not deemed SVPs? Is CSH worth the nearly $4 billion spent in just 8 years? With the country in financial crisis, how can we justify the expense at facilities like this one, which diagnose/treat under 1500 people?
As far as we've come in the US, why are we detaining the so-called mentally ill in 20 different states? Is this the start of a dangerous trend, where anyone can be called crazy & get locked up? Where are civil rights in all of this?
Join us for this important show as we learn more about life inside Coalinga State Hospital.
GIVE BACK: Please support CSH News! Your donation goes to research, copying/mailing expenses and ensuring whistleblowers' voices are heard each week. Fraud, waste and abuse can be uncovered with your help! Donate now via Paypal to CoalingaNews@gmail.com.
State standards and standardized tests are not new concepts and have been part of New Jersey’s education landscape for some time. However there have been recent concerns raised by some community members and educators about Common Core State Standards and PARCC. Why do we need standards and assessment? If we do need them, are the Common Core and PARCC the appropriate standards and assessment? What should districts do to help prepare their students to succeed? Please join host Ray Pinney as he discusses these questions and others with Dr. Tracey Severns, the director of student performance at the Mount Olive School District and former chief academic officer for the New Jersey Department of Education.
If you're on baby #2 or beyond, you might be wondering if a baby shower is an appropriate event to have. We asked our Everything Stay At Home Moms what they thought and share some awesome ideas on baby shower alternatives in this episode. Even though you may not need anything for baby, there is no reason not to share the joy of your new addition. Listen in to hear creative ways you can celebrate your new baby even if you feel a baby shower is not quite in order.
Please take a minute to leave us a rating and review. It helps us grow and helps us know how to help more mothers out there. Not to mention, the good reviews are really motivating :)
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We're young only once but we can stay childish and immature for life!
No matter your age..DO NOT LET GO OF YOUR CHILDLIKE SENSE OF WONDER.
We all start out with a childlike sense of wonderment toward life but is easily tarnished by words, actions that hurt. Children are just plain excited about being. Children laugh 300 times a day, older serious adults laugh, hmm... maybe 5 times a day.
Embrace your childlike wonder, because sooner or later as we're growing up much of the wonderment is lost, non-existent. Could it be the result of parents, teachers and other adults who do not know how to both encourage such joy and wonderment and keep it within age appropriate boundaries.
Wonderment is sometimes lost as a result of...etc.
Our World is to be feared other than...etc.
Is it lost or just mis-placed...etc.
Too childish, too naive...etc.
Childlike vs Childish...etc.
Host Derek Simon discusses the announced closing of Suffolk Downs after 79 years of hosting thoroughbred racing, relating it to the closing of Longacres Park in 1992.
In the I Need to Know segment, Derek explains how handicapping dogma keeps many players in the pari-mutuel dog house. And, lastly, in the Handicapping segment, he offers a potential play from Suffolk Downs (it seemed appropriate) and looks ahead to this weekend’s big races at Parx.
Tonight, on "Convention Buzz", let's talk about the Scare-A-Con that I attended last weekend in Verona, NY and ScareFest that happened concurrently in Lexington, KY. If you attended either of these shows, we'd like to hear about your experiences and what you liked or disliked. Of course, you're also welcomed to speak of any other show, too.
Call in tonight beginning at 9:00 PM (Eastern) to be a part of the show. The call in number is (646) 668-8612.
About me and my show: I'm Sal Lizard. I am an actor and entertainer. And I often appear at conventions to meet fans and sign autographs. I've learned that there are good conventions and some that aren't so good. But that's my opinion and yours might be different. This radio program igive promoters, actors, and vendors, a chance to plug and "pimp" their events and everyone to discuss their convention experiences -- good or bad.
Note: Sal Lizard's "Convention Buzz" is a weekly unscripted, unrehearsed, and uncensored entertainment show presented through the BlogTalkRadio network. Due to language used and content of an adult nature,it is not generally appropriate for all audiences. Callers are recorded and the recordings are available in the show archives. Callers may receive cash and/or merchandise prizes for their participation in the show or its contests.
On September 17, 2014 we welcome Author, coach, speaker, entrepreneur, Paris Love is , CEO of the Paris Love Productivity Institute, consults with corporations and their stakeholders to understand, explain and explore the deep seated reasons why they have a clutter problem that affects their staff, their productivity and the efficiency of the organization. She helps maintain and establish the appropriate procedures so they experience a shift in productivity as a result of the process. Her high energy, contagious work ethic is a reflection of her background as a military Sergeant and college professor.
As schools gets back into full swing, so do Fall sports, a re-broadcast of Sportsmanship and the Practice seems not only appropriate, but also beneficial. Using the ideas of true Sportsmanship in our lives to learn to accept winning and defeat teaches us through experience how to take reasonable risks and realize more of our true potential!
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