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More evidence that BPA and the subsitute BPS is harmful to your health says Health Hub From Cleveland Clinic!
It is everywhere and it is dangerous. We need to avoid bisphenol-A (BPA) and bisphenol-S (BPS) used to package our food and drink products.
We will be on the road to Searcy, Arkansas, where we will stay at Harding University for a couple nights. We will attend Dr. Nancy's Uncle Watson's 100th birthday party and will have some meeting related to essential oils.
Talking Ball pythons with our good friend Darin Taylor. Darin is also Herpin time's sponsor thank you...be sure to check out Taylor made morphs.
Also on this show we will be talking about a incident with a baby iguana and Petco WATCH THE VIDEO ..http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_p969U0eSA&feature=youtu.be
To call Petco Corp to voice your concern about this Video (858) 453-7845
Join us for "Paris Jackson - The Child Celebrity Trap" A discussion on the effects of 'celebrity' status on children, with panelists: - ,Lydia Seredipity Proschinger, Human Potential Developer, Energy Psychology Practitioner, Published author - Linda K. Berkeley, Trainee CBT Therapist Trainee & Counselling Psychologist Trainee at BPS Independent Route (QCoP) - Dan Coler, Talent Agency Dir, Talent Mgt. Professional Live Online Monday July 15 - 2pm EDT/ 11am PDT/ 7pm GMT/ 8pm CET Chat Room and Phone Lines will be open for yout comments and questions.
After much debate, we decided to do a show for the Gulf Coast residents and those who are from the Gulf Coast to talk oil spill. This is a show to tell BP what needs to be done to save the livelihoods of those who live on the Gulf Coast, the beaches, and our wildlife. If possible, we may have Rep. Charlie Melancon from Louisiana, call in and share his thoughts. Join us for this special show!
WWR returns to the Thousand Islands region in New York. We will air the full interview with Donna Essegian and Hester Chase from Cape Vincent. We will get the scoop on BPs efforts to overrule the community's desire to avoid the industrialization of their town. We will also hear about the losers who were kicked out of office and have begun a lawsuit against two prominent bloggers and the folks posting comments on the blogs. The race is on to see which state will be the first to destroy a portion of their marine environment (and jack up their electricity costs) by installing off-shore wind turbines. Massachusetts has been pursuing this madness for over ten years with the so-called "Cape Wind" project. Despite efforts by the Obama administration to fast track this wind-fracking of the ocean -- they have not yet started construction. Rhode Island is slobbering over the possibility that they will be first with a 6-turbine test project just off the coast of Block Island. We will be talking to Rosemarie Ives about the situation. Rosemarie Ives is the former mayor of Redmond, Washington, former chairwoman of the Sustainable Development Task Force for the U.S. Conference of Mayors, and initial signatory of the Mayors’ Climate Protection Agreement. As Redmond's mayor, Ms. Ives devoted much of her efforts to preserving residential neighborhoods, open space, and stewardship of the environment. Before election as mayor, Ms. Ives served on the City Council for four years and on the Planning Commission for five years. Originally from Stamford, Connecticut, she received a B.A. in history from Annhurst College, an M.S. in secondary education from the University of Bridgeport. She is a part-time resident of Block Island, living in a "cottage" that has been in her family for decades.
Robin gained a BSc and PhD in Psychology from the University of St Andrews. His PhD on “choking” in self-paced skills led to a specialisation in Sport Psychology. His first post was at the University of Glamorgan, where he led the specialised Sport Psychology modules on the newly formed BSc Sport Psychology programme. Robin was appointed as Lecturer in Sport Psychology at Brunel University in January 2001 and in October 2004 took up a post as Research Assistant Professor at the University of Hong Kong, where he worked with Professor Bruce Abernethy and Professor Rich Masters. In 2008, Robin returned to Brunel University to take up a post as Senior Lecturer in Sport Psychology. Currently Robin is leading the MSc programme for Sport Psychology and is developing a new MSc in Sport and Exercise Psychology for accreditation by the British Psychological Society (BPS). The first intake for the programme will be in September 2009. Robin became a BASES-accredited Sport Psychologist in 2001, is a BPS-Chartered Sport Psychologist and a member of the BPS Division of Sport and Exercise Psychology committee. He worked as psychologist and performance analyst for Great Britain Wheelchair Rugby from 1999 to 2005, spanning two Paralympic Games, three European Championships and a World Championships.
Tonight we will be discussing things that the BPS team and I have seen and heard. What paranormal entities have you seen? We will be talking with Val from Decrepit “Discovering, Educating, Reasoning Everything, Paranormal Investigation Team” and hear some for their investigation on Moundsville State Penn last night. Also we will discuss some on EVP’s and let you listen to a class A I captured at TALA. So don’t miss it!
Join Jim Campbell and Andrew Luxon with special guest FLW PRO Chris Neau on preparation for the 2012 season. What does a pro angler and co-anglers in the FLW need to do in the off season. Also Facebook Fan and bass angler Chad Phillips from Maryville, TN talks about local fishing and the Mckee Outdoors tournament which he just fished and had a second place finish..
Then a our guest talk about winter time drop shots and the use of JJ'S Magic..and the action it causes..
Join Host James Smith, Big Jim Campbell and Andrew Luxon LIVE. Tournament recap of this past weeks Lake Champlain Open.
Also FLW Pro Angler Kyle Mabrey LIVE.
And remember you never know who will stop by the show so tune in LIVE..
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The FLW hits Lake Champlain this week, So what better time to talk Champlain fishing.
Join Big Jim Campbell, Andrew Luxon and James Smith as they make there Lake Champlain predictions and talk Northern smallies.
Also we will cover some great lures and the tips to using these lures to gain maximum performance and putting the bass in the boat.
Remember you never know who might stop by the show for a chat, last week it was Chris Lane, Wonder who it will be this week..TUNE IN AND FIND OUT!!
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