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As America becomes more complex, fewer Americans understand how things really work.
Too much is taken for granted. Too much is taken on faith.
In govenrment, decisions now seem based more on superstitions than grounded reality. But this worrisome trend isn't confined to government alone.
Societal and economic decay, even collapse may well be logical results of the course being plotted.
Join Don and Doug at 1:00pm EST on Friday, November 8th, as we connect some dots and explore our increasingly "cargo cult" America.
Segment 1: Jamie Gerdsen is CEO of Apollo Home in Cincinnati, and author of ZOMBIES ATE MY BUSINESS: How To Keep Your Traditional Business From Becoming One Of The Undead.
Segment 2: Dan Gliatta, co-founder of Cargo, has used a 20+ year marketing career to hone his knowledge and understanding of the small business decision maker. Working with major brands such as Microsoft, Intel, 3M, Mercedes-Benz, Citrix, and others, Dan has become a leading marketing expert and strategic guru on helping bigger brands market to smaller businesses.
Segment 3: Barry Moltz shows you how to get your business unstuck.
Segment 4: Chris Lee is the CEO of R.E. Lee Companies based in Charlottesville, VA.
Segment 5: Carol Heiberger believes that glossaries and lexicons need to be re-recognized as valuable tools. Carol is the author of the original ExecuSpeak Dictionary®. That book served as both the model for the company’s product and service offerings and the inspiration for the research that is in Business IS Another Language, the e-book that she is sharing with us.
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Rádio Angola (RA): O Sindicato dos Jornalistas Angolanos, SJA, agora liderado pelo jornalista Cândido Texeira, realizou a sua primeira actividade pública no dia 29 de Janeiro de 2016, na Sede da União dos Escritores Angolanos em Luanda.
Ismael Mateus, que foi o primeiro secretário geral do Sindicato dos Jornalistas Angolanos, presente do evento, dissertou o tema: “As incompatibilidades dos Jornalistas e a ética profissional", tendo como o pano de fundo o recém Decreto Presidencial n: 230/15, que cria o Gabinete de Comunicação Institucional e Imprensa.
A Rádio Angola esteve presente e registou alguns momentos da primeira actividade pública do Sindicato dos Jornalistas Angolanos, liderado por Cândido Texeira que sucedeu Luisa Rogério do cargo desde o ano passado.
Por Simão Hossi Sonjamba
Perguntas e sugestões podem ser enviadas para email@example.com. A Rádio Angola – uma rádio sem fronteiras – é um dos projectos da Friends of Angola, onde as suas opiniões e sugestões são validas e respeitadas.
Hour one: Driver's Little Helper. Bob Steffen, Founder & CEO, Cars-N-Kids.
Using Bluetooth technology, Driver’s Little Helper car seat monitor syncs with your phone to help you keep your most precious cargo safe. The car seat monitor pad measures pressure, temperature and movement, and will send you alerts through a free app on your phone. The Driver’s Little Helper monitor fits any car seat and is approved for babies and children of any weight, so it’s easy to drive with confidence knowing your child is protected.
Hour two: GOSHES. Jakub Jašák, co-founder and R&D Director.
Experience GOSHES: a new, unique and multi-platform standard for your smart bulbs. Create new GOSHES automatically using your favorite photos and edit them to create perfect ambience in your home.
15 The ship was caught by the storm and could not head into the wind; so we gave way to it and were driven along. 18 We took such a violent battering from the storm that the next day they began to throw the cargo overboard.
21 After they had gone a long time without food, Paul stood up before them and said: “Men, you should have taken my advice not to sail from Crete; then you would have spared yourselves this damage and loss. 22 But now I urge you to keep up your courage, because not one of you will be lost; only the ship will be destroyed. 23 Last night an angel of the God to whom I belong and whom I serve stood beside me 24 and said, ‘Do not be afraid, Paul. You must stand trial before Caesar; and God has graciously given you the lives of all who sail with you.’ 25 So keep up your courage, men, for I have faith in God that it will happen just as he told me.
Judge Travis Bryan III writes: "The evil winds of Satan blow us where we need to go if we will give up control of our ship. Rom 8:28. The evil cross of Satan took Christ and all believers with Him to a position in Heaven of sitting with Him in the "heavenly places" . Eph 2. If Satan and his princes had known what they were doing they would never have crucified the Lord of Glory. 1 Cor 2:8
The message of the cross is a theology of SUBTRACTION in which loss must precede gain. Look at all the things they lost into the sea over the ship's side caused by Satan. This evil being caused the storm. The crew lost: food, tackle; cargo, anchors, the life boat backup; and finally the control of rudder bands and the ship was yielded over to the storm. The ship (represents Christ) itself was broken and many floated to shore on a portion of the Ship (Christ's broken body).
This pictures the stripping of us by the cross of everything we depend on for self-salvation. Loss must precede gain, weakness before strength, death before life. Amen?"
Director Brandon Freer talks about his short film Capsized, which earned two nominations at Action on Film recently, his new film 18%, his work with the March of Dimes and his advice for young filmmakers. Watch the trailer for Capsized here at this link! Look at Brandon's Website by clicking here! "Born and raised in Chicago, my passion for writing, film and art started at a very young age and has impacted my life in a multitude of ways. I won the Young Author's writing contest at the age of 12 and was accepted to a private art school by age 16. My current project "CAPSIZED" tells the story of a young bride-to-be who must find a way to save her fiancé from drowning in a cargo hold of a capsized cruise ship - using only a cell phone."
Then in the second half of the show, host William Powell welcomes Director Wyomme Pariss and the cast of the stage play Then Sings My Soul, a "musical with a message about domestic violence."
"Then Sings My Soul is a stirring production that brings the audience face to face with women and men who are in the fight of their lives. Their journey begins with trials and situations that threaten to rob them of their freedom, their joy, and even their souls."
The best part of #PDP59 is when we talk about how Tulo hasn't missed any significant time all season. Recorded on Friday, he was injured within 24 hours.
With not a whole lot to talk about, we dive into CarGo and Nolan's ridiculous second halves and compare it to other great historical runs by Rockies players and others. Plus we talk about what this stretch could mean for the Rockies' offseason.
We're taking your #AskPDP questions, as well! Wondering about destinations to go in Denver when you attend a Rockies game or Nigerian democracy? We've got it all covered
We talk about season 5 episode 6 of Hell on Wheels. Director Neil LaBute & Writer Jami O’Brien Saturday August 22, 2015
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Guest: Director Neil LaBute & Writer Jami O’Brien
Hungry Ghosts (5x06) http://www.amc.com/shows/hell-on-wheels/season-5/episode-06-hungry-ghosts
Cullen and Mei escort precious cargo through the California wilderness; Eva nurses Louise back to health.
The British Virgin Islands, part of a volcanic archipelago in the Caribbean, is a British overseas territory comprising 4 main islands and many smaller ones. Tortola is home to the low-key capital, Road Town, and rainforested Sage Mountain National Park. On Virgin Gorda is The Baths, a labyrinth of beachside boulders.
The abolition of slavery occurred on 1 August 1834, and to this day it is celebrated by a three day public holiday on the first Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in August in the British Virgin Islands. The original emancipation proclamation hangs in the High Court. However, the abolition of slavery was not the single event that it is sometimes supposed to have been. Emancipation freed a total of 5,792 slaves in the Territory, but at the time of abolition, there were already a considerable number of free blacks in the Territory, possibly as many as 2,000.
In January 1808, HMS Cerberus seized the American schooner, the Nancy with a cargo of enslaved Senegalese Africans in the Territory's waters; between August 1814 and February 1815 a further four ships' slave cargoes were seized from the Venus, the Manuella, the Atrevido and the Candelaria and a further 1,318 liberated slaves were deposited on Tortola's shores (of whom just over 1,000 survived).
In 1819, a Portuguese slave ship, the Donna Paula, was wrecked upon the reef at Anegada. The ship's crew and 235 slaves were saved from the wreckage. Further Spanish ships, enroute to Puerto Rico were reported wrecked on the reef at Anegada in 1817 and 1824, and their cargos settled on Tortola.
Although many of these former slaves died due to the appalling conditions that they were kept in during the transatlantic crossing, a large number survived, and had children. - Courtesy of wikipedia.org