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TUNE IN LIVE at 347-215-6820 as we discuss & address tough questions & concerns our community faces. Forget the political BS. Dead Serious Radio. No holds barred! What the community needs to hear. No Bullsh*t.
Each Wednesday Night at 11pm with your host The CEO of Tensorchops Talk Radio, Jasmine Couture herself & guest panelists.
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the toilet is backed up you have zero diapers and the car is empty of gas , the station lines are one mile long and they are out of gas. what will you do.
where are the police, where is the fire department. the next door neighbor is gone, the sweet guy across the street is frantic and of no help at all. yes this is a major disaster and it could happen any second, are you ready,
ok so no gas, no water, no electric. the water will not flow and the car is stuck, the kids are at school and the old man is at work and you are trapped. what do you do, of course you do not know what to do because you are living in a fantasy world. the food is rotting in the fridge, the kids are burning up or freezing to death, what do you do. we will be talking about this tonight on the show and much more. we will be talking reality. hard core reality.
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Teresa hosts an informal discussion with Lyn Buchanan about types of remote viewing.
Topic: Teresa discusses CRV Project Management and what a professional CRV customer report looks like. Teresa Frisch is a registered nurse with over 40 years of experience in healthcare and currently work in an Emergency Department in Southwest Ohio. Eventually I began studying nursing intuition and nursing theory after increasingly frequent personal nonlocal time / space events. A two hour remote viewing class at the Universal Life Expo in Columbus, Ohio in 2004 became a life-changing, defining moment. I nailed the target. I described a picture in an envelope with no idea of what it was until after I turned in my session. Remote viewing was not a random, déjà vu event. It produced results, and those results were, in fact, data. The intuitive, subconscious mind can accurately describe and report sensory information such as smells, sounds, tastes, colors, sizes, and shapes. I began studying CRV with Lyn Buchanan, former member of the U.S. Military Intelligence Unit STAR GATE in 2005. There was no looking back. As a CRV Analyst I am trained to separate data from the remote viewing session transcript for proper analysis. My CRV projects include archeology, chemical research, business decision-making and law enforcement consultation. As a CRV Instructor, I introduce the highly structured and carefully controlled methodology step by step, guiding the student through actual CRV sessions, gathering sensory data from real-world sites around the globe.
Each week the experts will pick one disaster scenario and equip you with the gear and tactics to research and develop to survive and thrive. We field test and review Survival and Preparedness Tools and Tactics. We invite others to join us to share Knowledge.
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Today we are kicking off Common Investor Mistakes – a topic we will cover over the next few weeks. Today’s show will start at the beginning – with the basics that elude many investors. Make sure you have these concepts down before you pass “Go!”
Investing and gardening have a lot in common – Tony will discuss what he has learned over the years as he has perfected his approach to both.
Will your emergency fund be enough to see you through a tough time? 60% of Americans don’t have enough to cover an unexpected $500 car repair. We will provide some helpful resources and guidelines for you to strengthen your emergency fund.
With summer fast approaching, what advice will you give your children about their employment earnings? Learn how you can help them make the most of their summer wages.
Ladies & gentlemen this is sure to be a great episode for you to listen to with out guest, Commissioner Rosalynn Bliss who serves the 2nd Ward for the City of Grand Rapids, MI! We are in for a rare opportunity to get to listen and learn about why Commissioner Bliss is so passionate about the community she serves and find out what lead up to where she is "in life now."
Commissioner Rosalynn Bliss began serving as Second Ward City Commissioner in January 2006, and was re-elected for a second term in November 2009. Commissioner Bliss is the Director of Residential Services at DA Blodgett - St. John's. St. John's Home provides emergency shelter and residential services for abused and neglected children.
Commissioner Bliss is an active member of our community. She is a board member of the YMCA, the Grand Rapids Youth Boxing Foundation, and Dyer-Ives Foundation. She serves as a member Uptown CID, the Kent County Land Bank Authority, the Fulton Street Farmer's Market Redevelopment Committee, and is a City Liaison with the Friends of GR Parks. Rosalynn has been recognized and honored locally as well as statewide for her commitment, dedication and work in the field of child abuse and neglect and her leadership in the community.
Join us on Thursday, May 28 at 11 a.m. for a reporters' roundtable discussion as Record Talk Radio broadcasts its 100th episode.
So far, our guests will include Record reporters Linda Moss, Scott Fallon and Mary Jo Layton.
Moss will talk about her story on the contested Republican primary race in Rutherford where incumbent Joseph DeSalvo is facing challenger Daphne Williams-Fox, the grand-daughter of famed poet William Carlos Williams.
The fate of the performing arts center that bears Williams' name is one of the key issues in the race, which GOP voters will decide next week.
Fallon will talk about his recent story on the leaf munching moths and other insects headed our way this summer.
Layton will discuss her recent stories on a data breach at a billing company used by emergency room physicians.
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Karen A. Lehman is the Executive Director of the Episcopal Actors' Guild of America (EAG). Founded in 1923, EAG is a charitable organization that provides emergency assistance and career support to local, professional performers "of all faiths, and none."
Professionally, Karen has spent her time pursuing two passions: being of service and the performing arts. After graduating from the University of Delaware, Karen worked in Student Affairs for both SUNY and Pennsylvania State University, as well as with Libetae, a woman's halfway house in her home state of Pennsylvania.
During this time, Karen also continued to perform on stage, eventually moving to New York to study at the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre, and working as an actress for several years after that.
In 2006, Karen's two passions were brought together in one job when she was hired as the Assistant Director of EAG. Shortly after, in 2008, Karen was named Executive Director. Under her leadership, EAG has greatly expanded its programs and services to include The Headshot Project (free, professional headshots for clients of EAG) and The Actors' Pantry, which provides groceries to EAG clients and their families.
As Executive Director, Karen has also established a very active volunteer program as well as a successful program for Young Professionals.
For more information about EAG, please visit www.actorsguild.org.
STRESSED? (15 minute show, short but SWEET). Join the club. But then get over the stress and thrive. How do you deal with a crazy world full of BS, racism, sexism, lies, rape, war, theft ... did I say racism? :-( We can either explode and react in a very violent way, it ain't that hard, but the system is waiting for that so they can kill or jail the individual and blame the entire community (REX 84) or you can withdraw and become depressed, and stay in a shell waiting for your number at age 60 or 90. Another alternative, live life fully, realize what is in your control and what isn't and take things in stride. Do what you can when you can with what you have, for other things put them on the back burner, and for ever things else in the words of Mr. Alphabet, abcde F it. I hope you benefit from my experiences: Molested, lived on street, emotionally tortured, physically abused in other ways, financial damnation, hunger, suicide attempts, etc. And here I am, about to make another birthday, and lived beyond most of my heroes. Damn. It ain't easy, but I think I'm getting the hang of life. Thank you.
Hosted By: Rudolph T. Muhammad and Joseph Bridgers Muhammad
The “Disaster Awareness for Community Preparedness” Program is dedicated to discussing the previously mentioned and other pertinent topics regarding proper planning before disaster strikes. The objective of the presentation is to identify problems, offer mitigating solutions to hazards, and share specific information essential to minimizing loss of life and maximizing faster rescue or recovery in affected regions or communities. There will be subject matter experts as guests in our future shows that will assist our listening audience with the latest knowledge, skills and ability to prepare for risk reduction and hopefully ensure our family’s safety.
There are at least two things certain about any natural or man-made disaster; it does not racially discriminate and it impacts all areas of people activity, i.e., economics, education, labor, law, politics, etc. Please join us and feel free to call-in at 323-927-2913. Let’s engage in thought provoking topics and courageous conversations of “Disaster Awareness for Community Preparedness”.
This was a great show. And it almost didn't happen. Jeff, the guest, had an emergency he had to attend to and cancelled a couple of hours before the show. He was, however, able to get it done ahead of time and return to the show at the last minute. That's what I'm talking about in the intro.
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Our first meeting with Jeff: bit.ly/Chaponick1
Rebecca Sargeant's Interview with Jeff: bit.ly/ChaponickRebecca
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