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Women love their accessories and women also spend a considerable amount of time in their cars. Between trips to work, traveling on vacation, personal errands and going back and forth with activities for the kids, women clock a lot of time on the road. This week we'll talk about fun car accessories for women, with our guest, Suzy Wagnitz of CarDecor.com.
How do you prepare to buy your next car? What questions should you ask? When it's time to make the decision to buy your next car you want to be prepared. Today's episode will focus on things you should think about and consider before purchasing your next vehicle.
Wait. What? T2Q is discussing buying cars? You're doggone right! This show hits on everything! Tonight we will solicit the non-expert advice from the Show Legends to gain insight on the best practices for car shopping. Cars are so expensive these days, so you want to make sure that you have what's right for you. Too many people go for what looks good instead of what will keep them satisfied for the six years it will take to pay it off. I want my listeners to focus on what's important:
Do you really need a new car or can it be slightly used?
Are women vulnerable to shop for cars alone? #ScamArtists
Buy or lease?
Do you play salepeople against each other?
A lot goes into buying a car if you're looking to get the best bang for your buck. We'll break down some of the things that go into it with hopes that it helps someone out there. Cars are bought all of the time and there may be some things you've never considered before purchasing.
These things and more on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show! "No experts. Just opinions."
Show No. 432
Scheduled for 90 mins.
From Favorite Cities, US Cities with the Lowest Sales Tax, Forbes List of Top US Cities, Top Travel Gadgets, Christmas Markets, And...The Do's and Don'ts of Traveling With Gifts in Tow. Bonnie & Ja'Vonne look at where you can get the most and do the most for your Holiday Shopping. Tune in to learn all you need for your best shopping trip EVER.
When it comes to car buying there are some pitfalls. Whether buying used or new, buying a car can be very frustrating and overwhelming and mistakes are made. Are you making them? In this week's episode of Auto Estrogen Live, co-hosts Sheronde Glover and Jana Scarlett discuss some of the mistakes women make when buying a car and share some tips on how to avoid them.
Learning ways to survive a car accident helps both with physical and emotional recovery. The shock of being placed in a position which can feel helpless in more ways than can be counted, can be counteracted by gaining insight to this experience, and possible options to aid in restoration. Join me, ESTRA in talking about ways to survive a car accident.
P.S. Happy Birthday Martin Luther King, Jr. and Seahawks Congratulations!
Winter driving means consciously preparing for more rain, sleet, snow, and icy roads. Adjusting driving behaviors to compensate for possible unexpected events of bad weather conditions may mean the difference from escaping a collisions. Sometimes it is difficult to elude a car crash or suffering the repercussions from one. Join me, ESTRA in talking about getting through a winter car collision.
Surviving a car crash, dealing with the grief of losing a spouse and healing a traumatic brain injury would test the resilience of anyone. For Angela Leigh Tucker these are the events that have defined her life since July 2008. On today's episode she talks about how she found the strength to heal and what has helped her to rebuild her life.
Michele Rosenthal is a popular keynote speaker, award-winning author and post-trauma coach. Her shows combine scientific research, cutting-edge guests and personal stories that highlight the challenges and successes of deliberately deciding to change the direction of your life. For more ideas about how to create change you choose, visit ChangeYouChoose.com.
Glen Hurlburt with Greg McRitchie – Cable Car Concerto / Rhapsody of Fisherman's Wharf
Link to listen and enjoy:
A: Cable Car Concerto
Label: Golden Gate Records – 1001
Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
Genre: Jazz Pop
This song, written and performed by blind pianist Glen Hurlburt and orchestra,
Was released at a time when some local politicos were considering scrapping many of the cable car lines.
B: Rhapsody of Fisherman's Wharf
All credit due to the artist and musicians and Golden Gate Records
No profit or income derived from this podcast.
Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners? Contact me at: www.Facebook.com/s3productions2. I welcome your thoughts, comments, and suggestions at firstname.lastname@example.org. I am trying to preserve the largely ignored original analog sound of the old 78 records, plus learn some music history along the way
Herb Caen, San Francisco's foremost newspaper columnist, rumored it. Roger Lapham, San Francisco's "infrequently beloved" businessman mayor, confirmed it. Friedel Klussmann, the President of the San Francisco Federation of the Arts, stopped it.
The issue was a simple one; should San Francisco in 1947 keep the city-owned Powell Street cable cars running? In this environment Glen Hurlburt, a blind pianist, penned his "Cable Car Concerto." A concert orchestra played the "Cable Car Concerto." Hurlburt's "Concerto" cleverly takes us on round trip ride on the Powell-Mason cable from Market Street to the Fisherman's Wharf and back. Enjoy!
Xander and Aaron are back with reviews of The Sleeping Car and The Howling II. Yes! Only the best for these guys! Xander talks about his weekend adventures at The Days of the Dead festival. Aaron has been catching up on last years horror movies.
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