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Today we'll talk about Latoya Ammons’ terrifying claim that her children were demonically possessed inside their Indiana rental house. DMX and George Zimmerman are to "get it on" in a celebrity boxing match. CVS has decided to stop selling tobacco products. We'll talk about this and more, plus "Outrage of the Week" and "Headlines You May Have Missed".
Tynicka Battle and Liz Nickles discuss the Apple Pay launch what the resistance from major retailers like CVS, Rite-Aid and Walmart means in the long run.
Apple vs Walmart: Mobile Payments Reveal A Clash Of Titans: http://www.forbes.com/sites/lauraheller/2014/10/28/apple-vs-walmart-mobile-payments-reveal-a-clash-of-titans/
Apple CEO fires back as retailers block Pay: http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/10/28/us-apple-payments-idUSKBN0IH0AZ20141028
NATIONALLY-RENOWNED PHOTOGRAPHER AMY POSTLE SHARES TIPS ON SHOOTING MEANINGFUL HOLIDAY PICTURES
Now that almost everyone has a camera phone in their pocket, the challenge to take meaningful, memorable and creative pictures has changed. Just in time for the holidays, nationally renowned photographer Amy Postle is available to answer all your photography questions and to inspire better photography. OnDecember 8, she'll share some of the many secrets the professional photographers use to make memorable photographs. Amy will also explain how easy-to-use kiosks at your local Target or CVS can help the soccer mom, college kid or just about anyone create a special card or gift that will be cherished for a lifetime. You will learn:
WHAT ARE SOME OF YOUR TOP TIPS TO HELP PEOPLE TAKE BETTER PICTURES WITH THEIR SMARTPHONES OR MOBILE DEVICES TO ENSURE THEY CAN BE USED LATER FOR CUSTOMIZED PHOTO PRODUCTS?
YOU HAVE SUGGESTIONS FOR HOW TO FREE YOUR IMAGES FROM SMARTPHONES OR HOW TO GET THEM OFF OF TABLETS?
HOW EASY IS IT TO CREATE A REALLY COMPELLING CARD OR PRINT?
WHAT ARE SOME TIPS FOR CONSUMERS WANTING TO CREATE THE PERFECT CARD?
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF PRINTING YOUR HOLIDAY CARDS YOURSELF?
WHAT IS IT ABOUT THE KIOSKS AND APPS THAT MAKES THE EXPERIENCE EASIER? MORE UNIQUE AND WORTHWHILE?
7. HOW DIFFICULT ARE THE KODAK MOMENTS APPS TO USE FOR A TECHNOLOGY NOVICE?
8. WHAT ARE SOME OTHER TYPES OF OUTPUTS YOU’D ENCOURAGE CONSUMERS TO TRY OUT?
Hi, my name is LilmoePsyco. I grew up in Chicago IL, as a child we moved around a lot. I went to a lot of different schools. It was easy for me to make friends because I was a cool person, funny and laid back and etc. Also I had problems wit the bigger kids in my neighborhood that involve me getting into a lot of fights. 8th grade I begin hanging around a friend who went by the name D-moe (R.i.p) who was well respected, and bring me around a group of young men who called themselves, Apache black p. Stone rangers. In 2004 was my 1st year at cvs high school in Chicago IL now known as cvca. I was a different person now, I became very aggressive, and did not take kindly to threats. I lost my good ways but some how found it in my music. Started off with a pen beating on the table but I suck at rapping so much.
2006 I moved to East Chicago Indiana, where I went to East Chicago central high school. I very popular and spent most of my time In the studio. Still having dreams of being a rapper, but at this time I gave up on it. I was to deep in the streets hustling, where I later ran Into my old friend D moe. But at this time I was a young general for the almighty black p. Stone rangers. I parted myself from the Apache family who still gave me stone love. I was out here getting this money and had a part time job, but lost everything getting into some trouble. In jail i decided rapping was not for me it was a rich man's dream.
I was released from jail in 2010 where I moved to hammond Indiana to start ova I became humble and very supportive. I was energetic and love turning up. In i heart I still we a ranger , so it did not take long for me to take over hammond, I was very territorial. Now I'm 26 I have a family and has became a man, pick up my pen, to warn the world a out fake friends an grimy females. Watch who you trust, the person that say they got love for you might be the one who kills you.
Women Headliners for the week include the women involved in 2014 Midterm Elections, Susan Wojcicki CEO of YouTube, Susan Cameron CEO Reynolds America, Helena Foulke President of CVS Health & Karen Katz CEO of Neiman Marcus Group & newly appointed Board Member of Under Armour.
The featured Power Lunch Powerhouse feature of the week: Why do men prioritize golf as essential to their career growth and women do not? Do you know most men don't care how good their golf game is and still play? What are women missing out on by leaving golf to the "Good Ole Boy's Club?" Tune into the last half hour segment to hear CEO Pam Swensen of the Executive Women's Golf Association as shares the misconception women have about golf and the truth behind why golf is the 'game of life'. LIsten to the Power Lunch this Friday at 12pm EST!
Welcome to Understanding the Law: Week in Review. The show is hosted by Peter Lamont and Bob Hughes and is a service of the Law Offices of Peter J. Lamont and Associates. The firm has offices in New Jersey, New York, Colorado, Puerto Rico and affiliated offices throughout the country.
Understanding the Law: Week in Review is a weekly radio broadcast discussing recent legal and business news and topics. As always, we welcome calls from our listeners. If you wish to discuss any of today's topics please call our switchboard at (347) 855-8831. Please note that this broadcast does not constitute legal advice and does not create an attorney-client relationship with any of our listeners.
On this week's show we discuss:
Premises Liability Discussion - Universal Studios Halloween 2014
Shoe designer Antonio Brown claims Louis Vuitton committed trademark infringement with footwear confusingly similar to his LVL XIII brand
NYPD Sends Top Brass to 'Twitter
Judge OKs serving legal papers
Delaware is first state to adopt model law that says social media accounts can be inherited
River Vale woman charged after scuffle with salespeople, police over iPhone 6 at Apple Store
Mishandling Medical Records Turns Into an $800,000 HIPAA-Compliance Mistake
Alabama Supreme Court affirms class-action status for $3.2 billion investor lawsuit against CVS Caremark
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How Do Co-dependent People Behave?
Co-dependents have low self-esteem and look for anything outside of themselves to make them feel better. They find it hard to “be themselves.” Some try to feel better through alcohol, drugs or nicotine - and become addicted. Others may develop compulsive behaviors like workaholism, gambling, or indiscriminate sexual activity.
They have good intentions. They try to take care of a person who is experiencing difficulty, but the caretaking becomes compulsive and defeating. Co-dependents often take on a martyr’s role and become “benefactors” to an individual in need. A wife may cover for her alcoholic husband; a mother may make excuses for a truant child; or a father may “pull some strings” to keep his child from suffering the consequences of delinquent behavior.
The problem is that these repeated rescue attempts allow the needy individual to continue on a destructive course and to become even more dependent on the unhealthy caretaking of the “benefactor.” As this reliance increases, the co-dependent develops a sense of reward and satisfaction from “being needed.” When the caretaking becomes compulsive, the co-dependent feels choiceless and helpless in the relationship, but is unable to break away from the cycle of behavior that causes it. Co-dependents view themselves as victims and are attracted to that same weakness in the love and friendship relationships./
Dr. Joy DeGruy - Keynote Address: History, Justice, and Healing: When Race Amity Counts/
What Is Consciousness?
It’s that time of year again! The seasons are changing and kids are heading back to school, often trading time at the playground or pool for hours in front of a computer screen. But are their eyes equipped to handle the change?
This year, nearly 60 million school-age children will use a computer or digital device for hours a day, and that doesn’t include time spent in front of a TV or gaming system at home. This increased exposure puts them at greater risk for Computer Vision Syndrome, or CVS—a serious condition that can cause back and neck pain, dry eye, and even headaches.
Want more easy tips to prevent CVS? Listen tonight, September 7th at 6:30pm
Welcome to day 10! In the second of our Start With One Store segments, we examine how to effectively coupon at CVS for little or no money!
http://harperacademy.com/frugal-living/ Find resources, including binders, printable coupons, coupons you can buy, and more! http://www.youtube.com/extremecouponexposed View lots of great instructional videos!
Kathy Gruver is an award-winning author and the host of the national TV show based on her first book, The Alternative Medicine Cabinet (winner Beverly Hills Book Awards). She has earned her PhD in Natural Health and has authored two books on stress: Body/Mind Therapies for the Bodyworker and, just published, Conquer Your Stress with Mind/Body Techniques (Winner Beverly Hills Book Awards, Finalist for the USA Best Books Award).
She has studied mind/body medicine at the famed Benson-Henry Institute for Mind-Body Medicine at Harvard Medical School and pursued further education at The National Institutes of Health. Gruver has been featured as an expert in numerous publications including Glamour, CNN, WebMD, Prevention, Men’s Health, Huffington Post, Yahoo.com, Ladies Home Journal, Massage and Bodyworks Magazine, and Massage Magazine.
Rashida Thomas serves as an Internal Audit Consultant at CVS Caremark where she is responsible for assessing controls around the security, availability, and integrity of the organizations IT environment. She also serves as an Adjunct Professor and Community Externship Coordinator at Richland College for the Community Pharmacy Technician Program.
Rashida received a B.S. in Soil, Environmental and Atmospheric Sciences from the University of Missouri-Columbia, a M.B.A from
Lindenwood University, a M.A. in Management and Leadership from Webster University and is a Certified Pharmacy Technician. Rashida currently blogs at thecubelifechronicles.com to bring exposure to things she has seen or encountered in the workplace and also offer tips that will help individuals excel in Corporate America.