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Furious Cool: Richard Pryor and the World That Made Him
Richard Pryor attracted admiration and anger in equal parts. He was a comedian who many consider the greatest ever, yet his triumphant stand-up work has been largely eclipsed by his mediocre movie output. His personal life was likewise something of a contradiction, because Pryor was a man of deep intelligence and sensitivity yet was also someone who could never seem to make the pieces of his life come together to create a whole. His was a fascinating, larger-than-life personality; he was as pivotal and essential a figure. Pryor the solo artist brought to a pop-obsessed generation the news that they had a past with deep roots that spoke to our shared humanity.
David Henry is a screenwriter and his brother, Joe Henry is a singer/songwriter as well as a music producer. This is their first book, and they are working on a screenplay based on Pryor's life and career.
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David Henry is the CEO of KIMCO, one of the largest REITS in the country. While part of the S & P 500, it is run with a definite personal touch that is so much David. Personable, agreeable and competent, David embodies the best of a CEO in commercial real estate.
Learn what has influenced him as a CRE professional, from school through GE real estate and now at KIMCO. What are the drivers that have made him so successful? What were his inspirations and how can his story inspire you to excel in your chosen profession?
This should be easy listening with tons of lessons to learn
The Joan Henry radio show is a fun forum for individuals who are interested in becoming an entrepreneur to connect with like-minded individuals, as well as entrepreneurs who are looking to take their business to another level to learn from other successful entrepreneurs in their respective fields.
Marla Fowlkes is an energetic 47 year old woman who enjoys life and all it has to offer! She is married to her number one fan, Kevin Fowlkes, and a native of Baltimore, Maryland. Her federal career began in 1988, and she is now a Management Analyst in the Division of Talent Development where she supports the training for the CMS workforce via CMS Leadership Institute. Bi-weekly, Marla facilitates the New Employee Orientation where she conducts several presentations for new employees. Last year, Marla received the 2013 Administrator’s Achievement Award for sustained superior performance in moving CMS towards achieving Enterprise Excellence through the delivery of the CMS Fellows Program.
Garry Anthony Jones was born and raised in the DC metropolitan area. A Payroll Manager by profession. He has been in the Payroll field for 31 years. Worked for non-profits, for profits, small family owned and very large national companies. One year ago he was introduced to something he couldn’t refuse; an opportunity to open up a home based financial services business. Garry has a chance to control his time, his income and his promotions.
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Hosts Kevin Hunter and David Ford have a little fun with comparing business to binocular soccer. Imagine trying to run a business with no vision, no clear idea of where you're headed, or no ability to see where you're going in business... Actually, 97% of business owners run their businesses just like this, which is why they don't see a 10-year business anniversary. As a business owner, you need to take off the binoculars and see things from a fresh perspective so you can actually make a positive difference in your business.
Carolyn Yeager covers a number of items, issues and individuals that have captured her attention this week, all related to the theme of traitors.
Documents reveal parties responsible for causing WWI;
Traitors at the Federal Reserve;
Putin in denial, shades of Katyn;
More on Albert Speer's jew-friendly "remorse";
David Cole-Stein can't avoid the scrutiny of Robert Faurisson.
Join us as we speak with John David Parker--an extraordinary soul on an even more extraordinary spiritual journey. John David Parker is a composer/producer who has had contracts with RCA. Once his contracts were complete he embarked on a magical spiritual journey. He visited with John of God in Brazil, he does trance work with his guides Calling Bear, Isaak, Hector and others and is a formidable hands-on healer. This will be a powerful show you will not want to miss!
For more information on John David Parker please visit his website at http://www.calling-bear.ic24.net/songandtrance/index.html
Roy Dan Baron Global Freedom Network interviews David Hague about Politics.
Under the theme 'All is not as it seems, does the world care or do we just pretend to care?', some of the things we might talk about are:
Global government debt: currently at 53 trillion dollars :Will our children hate us for spending their money, we will leave them bankrupt.
World Peace: do we really want world peace; the global armaments industry employs millions and represents 2.7% of world GDP
wDo we really want peace in the middle east? Who benefits from a high price for oil?
On today's episode of The Shakedown show Shakes, JROC and Roldy discuss the possible retirement of right guard Chris Snee. The return of Will Beatty from a broken leg, and what the 53 man roster will look like come opening day.Also the return of David Wilson to full contact drills what role does he play in this new offense. Call in at (929) 477-2686 or join the conversation on twitter #dashakedown.
As the Rays continue their hot streak in the second half of the season, we examine whether it is the right time to trade lefty All-Star pitcher David Price. Despite winning seven of their last ten ballgames, the Rays still find themselves 8.5 games out of first place in the A.L. East.
Hosts Kevin Hunter and David Ford discuss how every business is the same. All businesses need certain things in place in order to survive. The biggest element is systems to run their business. McDonalds is the greatest example of how the system sells the business. Eighteen year old kids can run a McDonalds restaurant and make it produce billions per year because the company has produced a fool-proof system that can be duplicated by employees all around the world.