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Comedian Avi Liberman is seasoned comedian that has performed stand-up comedy on CBS's "Late Late Show" with Craig Ferguson on Comedy Central's "Premium Blend" and "Make Me Laugh" as well as NBC's "Friday Night!"
His acting credits include "Dave's World" CBS, "Boston Common" NBC and "Andytown U.S.A." Comedy Central. Avi can be seen regularly on E! as one of their frequent guests on their very popular countdown series. He has also guest starred on "Movies At Our House," as well as having shot a pilot titled "Through the Keyhole" both on AMC.
He will be perfomring at the Imrpoiv in Vegas this week, and we will talk about his well established career.
Guys join me this week for a great show... We have Avi Liberman. Avi is a Stand-up Comedian, Screenwriter, Actor.
Very talented wonderful guy making his home in Los Angeles....Avi is appearing in a big comedy show tonight in NYC... Marko will be there and they will both be on via remote..
Exciting isn't it? I think I got a little stiffie... Call in to talk with us 310-807-5150..... See you then!
Dr. Jacob Liberman is a pioneer in the fields of light, vision and consciousness, and author of Light: Medicine of the Future, Take Off Your Glasses and See, and Wisdom From an Empty Mind. He has shared his discoveries and insights worldwide and been enthusiastically endorsed by luminaries in the fields of health, science, spirituality and sports. Inventor of the Color Receptivity Trainer, Spectral Receptivity System and EYEPORT Vision Training System, the first FDA-cleared medical device that significantly improves visual performance, Dr. Liberman is the Founder of Exercise Your Eyes, Inc. and President of the International Society For The Study Of Subtle Energies And Energy Medicine (ISSSEEM).
Join your host, Cristina Smith, CEO of the Subtle Energy Center, for this Subtle Energy Encounter with one of our brilliant, wise and generous community leaders.
A plant in Kansas City embodies the dilemma. It was built in World War II to produce aircraft engines and went nuclear in 1949, making the mechanical and electrical parts for warheads.Its replacement, eight miles south, sits on higher ground. Its five buildings hold 2,700 employees — just like the old plant .The administration plans for 12 new missile submarines, up to 100 new bombers and 400 land-based missiles, either new or refurbished. Manufacturing costs for these forces,the total cost of the nuclear enterprise over the next three decades at roughly $1.1 trillion. will peak between 2024 and 2029, according to a recent study by Dr. Lewis and colleagues at the Monterey Institute.It estimated the total cost of the nuclear enterprise over the next three decades at roughly $900 billion to $1.1 trillion. Policy makers, the report said, “are only now beginning to appreciate the full scope of these procurement costs.”New Times Times
Una planta en Kansas City encarna el dilema. Fue construido en la Segunda Guerra Mundial para producir motores de avión y se fue nuclear en 1949, por lo que las partes mecánicas y eléctricas para el reemplazo warheads.Its, ocho millas al sur, se encuentra en un terreno más alto. Sus cinco edificios tienen 2.700 empleados - al igual que la antigua administración
What is the Pac-12? Is it full of the right kinds of cholesterol? What happens if you put the Pac-12 in water? Does the Pac-12 come in Portuguese? These are not the questions we asked Pacific Takes founder Avi Kunnath about his favored conference, because they do not make any sense. But we do talk about Seventh Heaven and puberty, so.
The American College Experience is a show geared for the college tennis fan. In this world of mostly professional tennis, we hope to give you some insight into one of America's best kept secrets. We will explore all things related to College Tennis in the United States. We will discuss diversity, schedule, facilities, education and recruiting. We will tackle the tough issues that are facing many of America's college coaches today. Each show will give the listener a different perspective on the college tennis scene. So we invite parents, coaches, teachers, umpires and all-around tennis fans to tune into our program.
SHOW NOTES: In the MYTH WARRIORS™ series we are targeting ideas to begin to assess whether they are credible or not. We are warriors fighting to establish clarity between what is accurate and what is simply a myth (or falsehood) in life. All of this is in furtherance of our mission to surpass our goals! In this episode we explore, “Stereotype Threat does not exist.”
What is a Stereotype?
"Stereotypes are widely held cultural beliefs that are resistant to change."
(Block, Koch, Liberman, Merriweather, & Roberson, 2011)
What is Stereotype Threat?
“The phenomenon known as “stereotype threat.” Members of groups believed to be academically inferior — African-American and Latino students enrolled in college, or female students in math and science courses — score much lower on tests when reminded beforehand of their race or gender. […] found that black students performed comparably with white students when told that the test they were taking was “a laboratory problem-solving task.” Black students scored much lower, however, when they were instructed that the test was meant to measure their intellectual ability. In effect, the prospect of social evaluation suppressed these students’ intelligence.”
Minorities aren’t the only ones vulnerable to stereotype threat. We all are. A group of people notably confident about their mathematical abilities — white male math and engineering majors who received high scores on the math portion of the SAT — did worse on a math test when told that the experiment was intended to investigate “why Asians appear to outperform other students on tests of math ability.” (PAUL, 2012)
Does it exist?
Other resources -
Dr. Kenneth Clark Conducting
On this episode of the Yanks Go Yard Series Preview Show, host and senior staff writer Ricky Keeler talks about what has happened so far in the Blue Jays-Yankees series, including Masahiro Tanaka's win on Tuesday. Ricky will also talk about Old Timer's Day coming up this Sunday, which includes the debuts of Johnny Damon and Hideki Matsui into the yearly tradition. Plus, Tiino Martinez and Goose Gossage will each be getting plaques in Monument Park this weekend.
For this episode, Ricky will be speaking with Avi Miller from the Baltimore Sports Report. They will discuss the impact of catcher Matt Wieters having to undergo Tommy John Surgery, Nelson Cruz's 21 home runs, and Baltimore's struggles in the rotation. Do they have enough to keep pace with Toronto in the AL East?
Appearing on this addition of the Pesach and Eliana Show is Walid Shoebat. Walid Shoebat, used to be a radicalized Muslim willing to die for the cause of Jihad until I converted to Christianity in 1994. As a member of the PLO I was involved in terror activity, and was imprisoned in Jerusalem for three weeks. In prison, I was recruited to plant a bomb in Bethlehem as a result of which, thank God, no one was injured. My mother was an American and my father a Palestinian Arab. My parents sent me in 1978 to the United States to study at Loop College in Chicago Illinois. There I was recruited at a hotel “Terror Conference” by Jamal Said, a founder of the IAP (Islamic Association of Palestine) and Imam at one of the largest mosques in Chicago. The IAP was a forerunner to today’s Hamas terror organization and also to the terror front group CAIR (Council for American Islamic relations). This was in the early 1980s when I was being trained for Jihad activities in the USA along with many other young foreigners as well as US citizens. The Imams were the prime recruiters for terrorism then as they are still today and terror conferences are held all over the USA to this day. Here is a link to a sample we have on video which was held in 1989, over twelve years before the 9/11 attacks.
For the 2nd Half Hour we have Rabbi Benny Gantz an author and leading Rabbi to discuss political thought and jewish politics.Benny is a teacher of secular politics mixed with torah concepts. This show ought to be interesting to say the least.
Take a listen to the latest edition of JG Sports Talk with host Amiri Tulloch! On today's show, Amiri analyzes the Knicks' hirng of Dereck Fisher, welcomes on Steven Liberman to discuss the NHL Finals, explains why San Antonio will win Game 3 of the NBA FInals tonight, and talks with Tom Law about the future of horse racing.
Tweet the show: @AmiriTulloch and @JGSportsTalk. Call-in to the show: 347-857-2276.
Avi Esther will be talking with Capt Hugh T Alkemi abut our inner tools of communication. How our outer technology mirrors our inner technology and how we can develop our inner technology. This is inclusive of understanding and gaining control of our sexual energy in connection with our other energy centres, the main ones being our heart and third eye.
For 16 years, Avi Esther Shekinah is highly trained and experienced in Deep Shamanic Healing Transformation and Empowerment. In the last 4 years, Avi Esther, has focused her work on Ecstatic Birthing which has given rise to The Golden Light Processes and Rebirth Into Love where she brings her gifts of love and joy to everybody.
Tune in to the latest edition of JG Sports Talk with host Amiri Tulloch!
On today's show, Amiri starts by explaining one of the worst double standards in sports. He also gives the x-factors in the NBA Conference Finals, examines the NHL Conference Finals with Steven Liberman, and talks about how a likeable story has turned southwards -- quickly.
Call in to the show at 347-857-2276, and tweet to @JGSportsTalk and @AmiriTulloch!