• 02:37

    Dr.Yates Teaching Understanding Mathematics through Insight,Concept &Perception

    in Music

    Dr.Yates Teaching Understanding Mathematics through Insight,Concept &Perception


    Dr. Richard Yates born in the only official English speaking Country in South America, has been educated in 21 Countries and 6 languages. Graspmathologist Dr. R. Yates is the inventor or Kreator of the math approach called Graspmatyx. Dr. Yates is based in Gondar, Ethiopia and is available for Radio/ TV talk shows. Graspmathologist Dr. R. Yates is also available for Graspmatyx work shops for teachers, students, educators, parents and single adults. He can be reached emaildoctoryates@yahoo.com. his facebook names are Richard Yates.Question:Where is our Math and why so many Caribbean people are intimidating, having apprehension or fear while learning math.Why teachers, students and parents have difficulty learning math? The Chinese have their own math, the Islamic have their own math, the Jews have their own math, the Caucasian European Americans have their own math. Where is our Math? The Caucasian Americans taught us their limited Curriculum of learning math. This is called Conventional math, or Conceptual math. We were taught to under stand, for too long we have been under the stand of learning math. Caucasian so-called white people under standing of math is called SPWOL system of learning. Spwol as an acronym means Slave Plantation Way Of Learning. They taught us Times Table as low, they call highest, 12 X 12 and stop. Graspmatyx is Perceptual math, based on 4 principles. Perception, Reasoning, Rhythm and Restoration. Our Times Table starts at zero to nine nine (they call ninety nine) and above mentally. www.caribbeanradioshow@gmail.com www.crsradio.com 661-467-2407 www.caribbeanradioshow.com (C) 2015 All Rights Reserved Caribbeanradioshow.com

  • 03:01

    Live Reggae Round Round Table chat: R.I.P. Record Store Day or can it be saved?

    in Music

    R.I.P. Record Store Day or can it be saved?Let me preface this post by stating that I LOVE Record Stores.  I WANT Record Stores to succeed.  I LOVE the spirit that Record Store Day originally championed.  I don't want Record Store Day to go away, but there are too many glaring issues that stores don't get to publicly mention and I've been asked to help be a voice for those that are afraid to speak up, for fear of retribution.    
    Ever since March 20th, when the official lists for Record Store Day have come out, you've seen some minor rumblings of a backlash towards Record Store Day.  It has started to gain traction, received national attention and was very upsetting to those behind Record Store Day.  But the problem is, if this stuff doesn't get discussed, how else can it get out?  Not everything can or should be discussed behind closed doors--sometimes transparency is needed.
    I made a post last year about some tweaks that were needed for Record Store Day here.  Because in talking to as many stores as I do, I could see this coming.  I was hoping that some of these issues would be fixed, but sadly we are now at the end of the road and two things are getting ready to happen:

    a) Record Store Day is going to kill itself due to abundance of product b) Record Store Day is going to be abandoned by the very stores/artists/labels it was setup to promote

    So what are some of the fundamental problems going on in the industry that will help kill Record Store Day:http://new-vinyl.blogspot.com/2014/04/rip-record-store-day-or-can-it-be-saved.html

  • 00:31

    Nabwic Talks with: Joanne S. Brooks VP The Surety & Fidelity Assoc of America

    in Women

    Joanne S. Brooks, Vice President and Counsel the Surety and Fidelity Association of America


    Admitted to the bar in Maryland.  Graduated from American University with a BS in Urban Affairs and Administration of Justice in 1982 and the University of Maryland School of Law in 1985.  Employed by Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland, which became Zurich Insurance Company, from 1985-2010, initially as a Claims Attorney in the Salvage Division to Senior Vice President and Chief Underwriting Officer of Zurich Surety.  Joined Hanover Insurance Company as Chief Risk Officer in 2010.  Joined The Surety and Fidelity Association of American in 2013.  Also admitted in the United States District Court for the District of Maryland.  Joanne has co-authored several publications for the American Bar Association and has given numerous presentations for AGC, DBIA, AMAC, COMTO, US DOT, ACCA and many other trade associations and panels.


    Joanne S. Brooks, Esq.


    Vice President & Counsel


    The Surety and Fidelity Association of America


    1101 Connecticut Avenue, Suite 800


    Washington, DC 20036


    202-778-3639 (office)  Email:  jbrooks@surety.org


     

  • 00:08

    Kaci Fennell

    in Culture

    Kaci Fennell is the current Miss Universe Jamaica

  • 02:04

    WTR: Rob Lewis, John Hurth (TYR Group) & Rob DuBois (SEAL of Peace)

    in Military

    WTR with GI Jenn & Guest Co-Host Lance Taylor will be welcoming Rob Lewis, John Hurth (TRY Group) and Rob DuBois (SEAL of Peace)!


    Lance served in the Army as a comms specialist, forward observer and RTO for the SAPPER platoon of a CE co. Transferring to the Navy, he served on USS Reuben James on the VBSS (vessel boarding) and anti-piracy teams. Lance then became a PS contractor on the Texas/Mexico border conducting counter-cartel ISR an in Iraq at both DOD & DOS as a QRF team lead.  Lance works for TAB Gear doing R/D, owns Texas Star Cigar Co and does freelance intel analysis.


    Rob Lewis, served in 10th SFG as an 18D (SF Medic) and best selling author of “Love Me When I’m Gone: the true story of life, love and loss for a Green Beret in post-9/11 war” and “The Pact."  We will be talking about current events.


    John retired from Army SF, served in 1st SF and had multiple deployments, with 2 combat tours in support of the GWOT. John also served with Special Operations Training Detachment at the JRTC.  After retiring John put to use his years of tracking knowledge and experience working as the program lead and head instructor for the U.S. Army’s Combat Tracker Course. He managed and oversaw the conduct and resourcing of the Army’s Combat Tracker Course.


    Rob is a speaker, coach, and Ret. Navy SEAL. He worked in more than 30 countries, helping to manage complex threat situations and cross-cultural comms. He worked for the NSA. Rob’s “Think Like the Adversary" workshop has edified military units, Fortune 500 companies, and intel agencies. He served as director of ops for the DOD Red Team and is the author of "Powerful Peace; A Navy SEAL’s Lessons on Peace from a Lifetime at War."

  • 00:17

    America's Disabled Veterans In Action Inc. Tuesday 31 March, 2015 Edition

    in POTUS

    Today is Tuesday 31 March 2015 and this show is the last one for March 2015! Todays Host is our own Stephanie Ruscigno who is dealing with the twin subjects of Military Sexual Trauma and Post traumatic Stress and its affects on Veterans after their service is done. We will be talking to women and men who have had this aweful experience in the United States Armed Forces


    News items


    and your call to our Brooklyn, Navy Yard,


    phone number (357) 884-8078


    we will have a full show and look forward to


    begin with you. Beginning at 2300 pm Zulu!


    for our CIVILIAN CONUS friends that would be


    8pm Atlantic/7pm Eastern/6pm Central/5pm Mountain/4pm Pacific


     

  • 01:29

    "Relationship Tuesday" Sleeping Around #1: “Why I’m So Easy”

    in Romance

    I don’t know how this idea that men won’t wait for sex came about, but on behalf of men everywhere, I’d like to thank the creator. The greatest trick man ever pulled was making women think men will not wait 90 days or whatever arbitrary amount of days. In 2012, it’s clear men don’t have to wait for sex. However, just because they don’t have to doesn’t mean they won’t. This scenario is the equivalent of saying a child won’t wait for dinner because you offered him dessert. The child ate the dessert because you offered it to him. Had he no other choice, I assure you he would have waited patiently for dinner. He might have fussed, whined, and even cried but that is not a logical reason to reward this spoiled child’s behavior. This is the state of affairs between men and women. Women are offering up their dessert before dinner, and when the man leaves, they declare men aren’t willing to wait instead of accepting maybe it’s because you spoiled his appetite. Once upon a time, like almost a whole generation ago, it was traditionally accepted men and women would not have premarital relations. Unbelievably, the world didn’t end. Women didn’t offer up the cookies and men waited for dinner. It was that simple.


    Since the end of that golden age, men no longer have to wait for sex. In fact, a number of women believe men will not wait even if they wanted them to. Therefore, they offer it up to him as soon as possible to satisfy an inaccurate assumption. Sex has become like a bank that gives away money to keep customers. Yes, such a strategy will keep customers it will also attract thieves. 


     

  • 01:54

    Break Every Chain With The Golden Panther Sis Misty

    in Current Events

    All aboard the Misty Train as we Break Every Chain "Black on Black Violence Perpetrated by White on Black Violence"  


    Each of us has a gift from the Creator that we must offer to the struggle of our people for freedom. The Principle that states “He who would be your leader must be your servant.” Those of us who, for one reason or another, are accepted as leaders must increase our ability to serve. For it is only in serving that which is bigger than we are that we live and never die. That which is bigger than all of us is the Freedom, of our people in America, the Caribbean, Central and South America, Africa and the Isles of the Pacific.


    Wherever Black people are on this planet we suffer, our goal should be to see our wounds healed, the damage repaired and all Black people free to bring again to the world what we originally brought, which was the light of knowledge and advanced civilization.

  • 02:04

    THIS CANT BE HAPPENING

    in Politics

    This Can't Be Happening (TCBH) is a five time Project Censored award-winning online news writer collective.


    From their web site: "Our goal is to give you the stories you aren’t getting from the corporate media, or to give you the stories you are getting from them, but from a different, and more honest, perspective."


    Program Summary: 31 March 2015


    1st Hour - a pre-recorded segment of TCBH radio from the Progressive Radio Network (PRN.fm) hosted by Dave Lindorff which airs every Wednesday 5pm (Eastern)


    2nd Hour - RFK goes live with TCBH contributor John Grant. John Grant is a writer/photographer/filmmaker living just outside Philadelphia’s city limits. He has worked as a newspaper reporter and has published both fiction and non-fiction. Starting in the 1980s, he traveled to Central America and other places as a documentary photographer for publication and for exhibits of his own large prints. He shot and edited an 80-minute documentary film called "Second Time Around" about a seriously wounded Vietnam veteran who chose to live and work in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 35 years after his first tour there. John has been to Iraq twice during the war, once as an observer critical of the war and once as a cameraman on a documentary film.

  • 01:30

    Live The Game changer with Sista Tracy -- Family Values

    in Music

     Family values what is famaily values how do you define family value . what is it for you  is it the same for alll


    A family is defined as a social unit consisting of parents and the children they raise. 


    Value is defined as the quality or worth of a thing.  To combine the words together yields a definition of:  a traditional set of social standards defined by the family and a history of customs that provide the emotional and physical basis for raising a family.   Our social values are often times reinforced by our spiritual or religious beliefs and traditions.  Do you have traditional family values?  How do you determine your family values? 


    What does family time mean to you? Traditional family values that fall under the “love task” include all our relationships. 


    Traditional family values usually include such topics such as religion, marriage, communication, traditions, morals, holidays, interactions with relatives and how time is spent together.  


    Our play time includes things like recreation, relaxation, alone time and exercise. 


     

  • 00:31

    Life in the Fast Lane Ep:14 D.U.I.,Abortion Laws, HIV in Georgia

    in Entertainment

    Make sure to Tune into Monday's Life in the Fast Lane for 2015 via Tempting with Tatachious @11pm est. Life in the Fast Lane consist of Multiple Topic's: Celebrity Gossip, Nationwide News, Daily Trending Topic’s, and you're daily dose of Entertainment!


    Be sure to call in @ 646-929-0921 to spill the tea for "Phuckery of the Day" with your Host Mz.Tatachious!


    *Featured Segments: Sell it or Nail it Unsigned Artist Edition, Featured Song of the Day, Positivity of the Day,Phuckery of the Day,Out of Pocket Saturday’s,& Poetry Slam!


    For Artist or Promotion email:Bookings4Success@gmail.com


    Facebook Group: Tempting with Tatachious


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    Twitter:@Tatachious2011 or @yaleradiocast


     

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