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NYC based Comedian Nancy Lombardo, host a cornucopia of terrific guests. Mixing it up with Comedians, Authors, musicians, professionals. Nancy Lombardo has performed her unique comedy from coast to coast. TV credits include The Colin Quinn Show NBC, Saturday Night Live “All my Children” PBS, network and cable television Comedy Tonight, Nickelodeon and the Comedy Channel. She can be seen weekly on The Nancy Lombardo Show channel 56/83/34 NYC and live worldwide on WWW.MNN.ORG. She has written for Penthouse and Cracked magazine and created Ms. Quotable, a comic strip for Lady's Circle Magazine. Nancy was a winner of the Toyota Comedy Festivals "Laughter in Motion” and a Cable Arts Insight Comedy Award." Spot-lighted more than once in *Backstage, as both comedian/writer, she currently indulges her taste for the irreverent in her Stand Up Comedy and show, "Jazz Housewife." Nancy is creator of MOMEDY™, part of the International Mamapalooza Festival. She roasted Vincent Pastore of Soprano fame and is a member of The Friars Club. Her comedy and music is available at www.cdbaby.com/Artist/NancyLombardo
YOUR SCHOOL COUNSELOR AND COLLEGE & CAREER READINESS
The American Scool Counselor Association's Jill Cook is joined by NACAC's (The National Association for College Admission Counseling) David Hawkins. on college/career readiness for your students.
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Author Lisa Goich joins Crystal-Lee Quibell to discuss how she obtained celebrity endorsements and a forward written by Mitch Albom for her memoir about her mothers last days.
Lisa Goich is an award-winning copywriter, radio host, and former stand-up comedian. Lisa currently serves as a senior project manager for the Jazz and Comedy genres of the GRAMMY Awards. Lisa's first book,The Breakup Diary, was published in 2002. http://www.14daysamemoir.com/
Crystal-Lee Quibell is an aspiring writer and book coach with a particular love for memoir. She is a champion for the written word and an obsessive book collector with a serious case of wanderlust. A self-described mermaid and witchy woman for life. Follow her travels and book publishing journey by visiting Crystal-Lee at www.crystalleequibell.com
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The FIGHT continues...I am understanding that this NEW generation (some of which) are not concerned with what is important to their child's ability to learn while they are in school. As many of you know that a few weeks ago our son was FORCED to learn about a Rapper named "Cheif Keith" and his personal life of having trouble with the LAW and Child Support among other things...NOW, some of the students have out launched ANGER in efforts to Promote "Cheif Keith" and they view him as a god....Will this cause a huge MAJOR lawsuit against the School Board or are the Parents at home speaking about this topic among the children, which angers the child enough to pick fights and arguments, this will land a child in Juvenile Hall...Well it is time to Chat!
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Containerization (like Docker and IBM Containers) takes application portability to a new level. Applications can be packaged with everything they need to run for simplified, high-velocity deployment. By using native separation within the OS (Linux or Windows) organizations get many of the benefits of a VM without the overhead of a hypervisor. So what's the downside? Most security tools weren't designed to "play well" with containers. And many security teams aren't aware of the emerging threat models associated with rapid application development and containerized deployment. In this podcast we'll take a quick high-level look at how containerization and DevOps are transforming the application life cycle, explain what it means to security, and provide recommendations on the three things security teams should be doing about it now.
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The dollar as we know it today is represented by sophisticated pieces of paper or accounted as digital computer entries. Its value is by “fiat”. In 1971 the dollar was removed from being backed by gold as specified in the Constitution.
Shortly after the divorce from gold, arrangements were made to have the U.S. dollar be used exclusively for the oil trade, to keep the dollar going, However, that is now changing as Russia, China and other nations are starting to trade oil in their own currencies.
The creation of a fiat currency made the practice of fractional reserve banking easier to conduct, leading to vast levels of debt and manipulation. Now these practices have brought us to the brink of economic collapse all over the world.
The IMF has now announced that the Chinese renminbi, also called the “yuan”, will be included in the SDR basket as of Oct. 1, 2016. The impact on the dollar between now and then could be dramatic. There could be much more serious economic dislocation in the U.S., as well as other high debt nations.
Alternative economists warn that sluggish economic activity, market drops, dollar decline and wealth redistribution may soon bring financial wipeout of the middle class and widespread poverty. Meanwhile, war actions are being conducted to try to maintain the dollar’s status by military might.
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Today Buyers Meeting Point welcomes two guests from Wake Forest University: Dr. Jim Narus and Dr. Michelle Steward. They have been conducting research into the role of social media in procurement since this summer and have some results to share with us.
Dr. Jim Narus serves as a Research Fellow at the Institute for the Study of Business Markets at Pennsylvania State University. He is co-author of the management practice book, "Value Merchants", the textbook, "Business Market Management: Understanding, Creating, and Delivering Value", and the author of the book, "Connect with Your Suppliers: A Wholesaler-Distributor's Guide to Electronic Communications Systems". Professor Narus not only is involved in a variety of international marketing research projects but also regularly teaches abroad. He has worked as a marketing professor at Wake Forest University since January 1988.
Dr. Michelle Steward is an Associate Professor at the School of Business at Wake Forest University. Her research interests center on issues involving role management and the coordination of internal working relationships, and how each drive superior performance in business-to-business markets. She also examines comparisons of normative expectations and customer satisfaction measurement in business markets and the interrelationships among salespeople, supply managers and their internal customers.
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Julie Elizabeth Day is a Spiritual Therapist, Teacher, and Prayer Practitioner. She was licensed as a Spiritual Practitioner in 2010 by the Agape International Spiritual Center. She is here to help those on the awakened path access deep truth and spiritual connection, shine their unique light, and create a life of joy and authenticity. She is the creatrix of the New Moon Payer Tribe, and the School for Practical Mystics. Julie is known for her meditation guidance, which is gentle, loving and up-lifting. She creates space for you to gracefully navigate the inner terrain, and discover your own sense of connectedness with Source. You can find out more about her, or sign up for her weekly inspirational updates @ www.julieelizabethday.com
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In this cyber world, I would say I don't feel connected when I engage in social media. It is not to say, I do not enjoy pictures, animal videos or engaging in a conversation; it just means for me, I never feel a deeper connection. Now, before technology brought us social media, there were a million and one ways to feel lonely--if you were isolated, not necessarily physically, but emotionally, then you more than likely experience a deep loneliness.
Is there an increase in loneliness, or is it just more evident based on other societal factors, which may have increased our aversion to emotional intimacy (making it easier to keep a distance)? I mean text messages carry, so much significance don't they?
Many of us have sky high walls--we think it protects us from pain or the possibility of it in situations, which brought an unhappy end in the past. We don't want it to happen again--so we place distance between us and others, even if we are in a love relationship with them. Who wants to be vulnerable? We might lose control, we could be disappointed or worse annihilated! We push others away and it is in opposition to our deepest desires, the physiological need to be seen and heard; to be loved for who we truly are, at our most authentic state of being.
Join me for this discussion and how to stop your own loneliness right in its tracks! This could be the day you decide to come out and play intimately with others. :)
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We're joined today by Jim Sullivan & Tim Yandell, from “All The Leads”, offering high quality real estate seller leads to agents nationwide. Together, Jim & Tim will be discussing how real estate agents nationwide use “All The Leads” to get the best quality leads possible for sellers in a variety of transitional life situations, including probate, divorce, foreclosure, marriage, relocation, and more. Learn more about All The Leads here.
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