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Sometimes our nerves hold us back from God's calling. Learn how to push through nerves of blubber to nerves of steel. Do what scares you and build your nerve muscle! Christian Comedy Chicks share how they push through the nerves and sweat to bring JOY!
An article came to my attention this week that Karl Rove is considering using his super pac to take out the tea party, combine this with the actions of John " Blubber Boy" Boehner and it is pretty clear that the GOP-E needs to go.
Instead of thanking the conservative base for all the hard work over the past four years, mainly trying to clean up the mess that Rove and his ilk created, he believes we need to be purged from the political landscape. We have been told to get our backsides in line with the party leadership , well screw you!
I think it is time that we told the guys to sit in the back of the room and be quiet and we will go about the business of cleaning up the mess they helped to create.
We will discuss this and much more on the prime time edition of the Conservative Watchtower.
Please remember the upcoming clemency hearing of PFC Corey Clagett.
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Born in Kingston, Jamaica, Marlene moved to the United States at the age of eight. Growing up her love for books began her very first summer in the U.S. when her stepmother literally dragged her to the library so that she would not spend her entire summer running the streets. Like a match made in heaven Marlene took to reading like a fish to water.
Growing up some of her favorite authors were Laura Ingalls Wilder, Beverley Cleary and like most other young girls Judy Blume. She felt that growing up in a house with three brothers and no sister she was lucky to find an author like Ms Blume to educated her on the trials and tribulations of being a young girl. Marlene laughingly states that due to having a tight-lipped, strict stepmother, she was happy to have access to such books as Are You There God, It’s Me Margaret, Blubber and Forever to keep her informed as she advance into womanhood.
Rick Howland stars as Trick in Showcase/SyFy Lost Girl. Rick was born in Kingston, Ontario, Canada and is a well-known Canadian actor. While he attending York University he formed a comedy troupe that was called the Four Strombones. His group did many shows around Toronto for many, many years. Rick has also hosted comedy shows and has done a little bit of stand up comedy himself. He has been around in the film industry for many years with his first role being on To Catch a Yeti in 1995 as the supporting lead character of Blubber and has been cast in many different roles since then. He has also appeared in Santa Baby as Mr. Elf, Bon Cop, Bad Cop as Harry Buttman, The Roomate and in a mini series called Tin Man. Aside from Lost Girl, his most recent appearances are in SyFy’s Sanctuary and a short film called An Insignificant Man.
Born in Kingston, Jamaica, Marlene moved to the United States at the age of eight. Her love for books began her very first summer in the U.S. when her stepmother literally dragged her to the library;a way to keep her off the streets. As if a match made in heaven Marlene took to reading like a fish to water.
Some favorite authors were Laura Ingalls Wilder, Beverley Cleary and Judy Blume. Growing up in a house with 3 brothers she was lucky to find an author like Ms. Blume to educated her on the trials and tribulations of being a young girl. Marlene laughingly states that due to having a tight-lipped, strict stepmother she was happy to have access to books as Are You There God, It’s Me Margaret, Blubber and Forever to keep her informed as she advance into womanhood.
Marlene began writing poetry at the age of 11 and from that point on she felt lost if she didn’t have a pen and her trusty composition notebook with her..
In 2005 Marlene self-published, her first book Babies’ Daddies. She published her second book ‘Making It In My Own’ in 2006, ‘Island Beauty’ followed on June 1, 2009. Her most recent release came out on June 15, 2011 titled Jamaican Gal. Marlene states that she wrote this book to bring some of the island feel to the readers. She rarely saw books depicting her home or use of the dialect. Drawing from her memories and experiences of her first eight years, she painted a vivid picture of what it was like living in Jamaica, moving to a different country at such a young age and trying to integrate into such a different culture.
She is currently working on her fifth book Babies Daddies-The Remix, and a novella titled, UnWanted. http://www.authormarlene.webs.com/
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A fed up listener unloaded on the drug abusing law breaking impotent multi-divorced leader of the GOP the other day - called him a brainwashed nazi. Rush of course proceeded to trash the guy and prove once again his insanity is absolute. I suspect there will be others calling in to finally speak truth to blubber as the fat man slowly but surely loses his drug infested mind. He and Glen Beck will implode someday and join the already quickly fading Bill O'reilly in the irrelevant line of talking heads now DOA - dead on airwaves. I will continue to encourage my listeners to not do any business with sponsors of their shows.
She says, "If he don't have at least 8, I can't do it". He says "She need to tighten that thing up, cause it's TOO much room in there". "What's up with the changes, she was a nice size when we were dating, and now that I've bought the cow; she is a cow". "He was so cut when we hooked up and now there's flubber on top of blubber". Is this you in your relationship? Are you having or have you had these types of thoughts? How do you get past them and get what you want? Does size really matter encompasses more than what you may have thought, genitalia is only a portion of this conversation. Weight gain/loss is an irritant in many relationships. Dr. Aziz joined us to give insight on how to proceed when size has become an issue in your relationship. Come take a listen to what can be done to address this real occurrence with couples.