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In the "Elmer Dessens was a nightmare for sabermetrics long before Aaron Cook" edition, Jeffrey and Chris consider turning the podcast into a morning drivetime zoo crew show. Next we consider how the Mets should adjust their lineup for Chris Young (turns out the answer was just wait a few hours for the entire outfield to get hurt), discuss which bullpen arms might be hittin' the ol' dusty trail, and talk about our trip(s) to Manchester, NH to see the B-Mets. We also answer your e-mails, and Chris puts in a spectacular performance during Mets trivia.
I will talk about the audio visual industry in Philadelphia, Audio visual for the consumer and two of my favorite TV shows. Fringe and Lost. I must love science fiction.
In this edition of Casino Talk, host Brooke Dunn is joined by not one, but TWO guests! Comedic hypnotist Anthony Cools, currently headlining at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, will join Dunn in studio. Listen up in case Cools puts Dunn under his hypnotic spell, there's no telling what we can expect! Stacy Friedman, founder of casino gaming consulting company Olympian Gaming, LLC, will also join Dunn in studio. Friedman will share his insight and background, both educational and career-related, with us. Pay close attention as Dunn picks the brain of this Harvard graduate and gaming industry veteran, you never know what we can learn from this guy! Marcus Prater, executive director of the Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM), will also return to the show to provide us with recent news surrounding the organization's various members. This is sure to be a content-packed show, so set a reminder and tune in!
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Our experience renting a booth and exhibiting at New York Comic Con 2013.
We exhibited at a ula booth at the Jacob Javits Center in NY.
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Join us for the April edition of Native American Gaming as host Valerie Red-Horse is joined by Alan Meister, Ph.D., principal economist at Nathan Associates Inc. Meister specializes in the application of economic analysis to litigation, regulatory, public policy, and strategic business matters. He has extensive experience analyzing economic issues related to the gaming industry, including Indian gaming, commercial casinos, racinos, card rooms, and online gaming. He leads the Gaming Industry and Indian Gaming practices at Nathan Associates, which provide consulting services to tribes, federal, state, and local governments, gaming operators, gaming suppliers and investors. In addition to his consulting work, Meister has also conducted years of independent, scholarly research on the gaming industry and authored a number of publications, most notably his annual study, the Indian Gaming Industry Report. Tune in as Red-Horse explores the findings of the latest edition of the report with Meister. This will definitely not be an episode to miss!
Stories of Healing. Strategies for Thriving.
Stephana Johnson, a leader in the women's empowerment revolution, brilliantly blends the grace of feminine intuition with practical life skills and business know-how — and the result is a soulful business that empowers women to heal the pain and find greater happiness and success in their relationships and career.
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Through the Simplicity Parenting movement she touches future generations
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Stephana loves learning, laughing and growing with her two sons. She
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in Self Help
Wrapping things up which were left off unfortunately from the rest of the shows, and we didn't get to have our final say because of the drama, that had to be handled as well, I creaed this VERY LAST show to wrap everything up nicely and politely of course.
THIS show shouldn't even really be here but...I'm doing it out of my love FOR the topic, and NOT FOR DRAMA.
Tonight....The MADHOUSE Crew.....Chops It Up and goes Off The Cuff!!! Nothing is off limits and nor will things be sugar coated!!! Expect Raw and Uncut Talk!!!! Can't forget about the laughs!!!! What will be discussed?? Who knows!!!! Enjoy the show and Welcome Inside of The MADHOUSE!!
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in Self Help
Last minute change and twist of events, due to me being severely trolled by someone that I assumed belonged to a certain horror group,...I decided to try to get some of the parties on the show to clear that up and professionally and KINDLY wrap things up not only on the drama, but for the last show of the run.
This WAS the last show and it was supposed to be about FearNet with the lovely matt thomas and chris mac gib, but it did in the end turn into a part 3 of the 'drama.'
That is fine as it did sum things up professonally, calmly with no drama.
I am personally finished with it from this point on, and many other people are too. They have been going through a lot, and I think it is safe to say that it is not our war, it might never end, but we don't want to be involved or seen as the bad guys or stirring things up SO..
we're done with it! This was it folks.