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  • 00:30

    Ey Wade, author

    in Writing

    Meet Ey Wade, reader, writer, blogger, and book reviewer. This guest will astound you with all she does. I am adding her book, Beads on a String-America's Racially Intertwined Biographical History to my to be read list and I think you should TOO! 


    Tune in to hear this awesome guest!

  • 03:00

    Episode # 151 - 3RD EYE vs M-ONE-EY

    in Lifestyle

    NO MONEY = OPTIMAL LIFE  (summary) 


    Money was maliciously introduced as a tool of enslavement. Money did NOT evolve out of barter and trade. Banking families think that they own the world and control all of the governments. The majority of people are their slaves. The global banking industry is nothing more than the largest legalized organized crime syndicate. There is no legal documentation of this fraud in the records because the banks and/or the courts withdraw or abandon their claims against the defendant before a judgement is made against them or a precedent is set to insure that there is no record of the victory. This also has to do with the educational system which has nothing really to do with learning because people are indoctrinated into this way of thinking since childhood conditioning humanity into slavery to just follow the orders of people who APPEAR to be in authority (fraudulently). Laws protect the corporations (corPIRATions or corporate pirates) and do NOT serve the people. Corporations have more rights than living breathing human beings. We need a whole new legal system written by the people that serves the actual people. Banks have zero money and ONLY deal with Securitizations, Bills of Exchange, Promissory Notes, Negotiable Instruments, and Special Purpose Vehicles./ by: Michael Tellinger ../


    https://youtu.be/YW4fX77ycgA /


    https://www.law.cornell.edu/ucc/3/3-104


    QUOTE -


    "KNOWLEDGE HAS NO COLOR"  Ngon'e-Ada  :Aw


    CALL @ (347) 308 - 8131  Press #1 to speak.. 

  • 00:39

    Nips: December 14, 2015

    in Business

    Get caught up on the latest news from around the pulp and paper world in our weekly program, including updates from WestRock, Cenveo, Glatfelter, Finch, Resolute, Expera, Clearwater, Dow, DuPont, UPM, SCA, Suzano, Arauco, APP, APRIL and more.
      
    Nips is a weekly show of contemporary information related to the pulp and paper industry worldwide. Hosted by Chuck Swann and Steve Roush, filling in for Jim Thompson, the voice of the worldwide pulp and paper industry.
     
    Listen live at 7 a.m. EST on Monday, 14 December 2015, or anytime afterward!


    Enhance your experience if listening live to this episode ... go to simultweet.com for live tweets with more information during the broadcast.


    Available on iTunes

  • 01:57

    Get off my Jock-ey

    in Entertainment

    Tonights show is about the Kentucky Derby experience. Tune in to hear it from the horses mouth ....pun fully intended. We have a special guest Derby Wife on the show. Tune in at 9pm EST.


     


     


     


     


     

  • 00:30

    "Teen Dating, Sex & Social Issues"

    in Self Help

    Teen dating has changed over the years and the violence in teen dating is on the rise.  According to a nationwide study experts say the latest numbers reveal a startling culture of relational abuse, especially emotional abuse, with much of it happening online.  We've seemed to turn a blind ey to helping teens understand how to treat each other properly and giving them parental guidance and support in their relationships.  Discussions on teen sex, abuse, neglect and other social issues.  Guest speakers and youth participants. 

  • 00:39

    Critical Mass Interview with Sopia Stewart- Matrix and Terminator Creator

    in Politics

    This is the orignal show aired on July 1, 2015 with the Creator and Writer of the Matrix Sophia Stewart.


    Sophia Stewart – The Real Creator of The Matrix & The Terminator--The Billion Dollar Matrix Lawsuit--Child prodigy, prolific writer, poet and creative genius are just a few of the terms used to describe Sophia Stewart. Stewart received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Journalism with minors in law and psychology from City University of New York. While attending the university, she studied under the guidance of many celebrated authors and writers such as • Max Segal, a former journalist of the New York Times • Emile Capouya, publisher, editor, essayist, and critic • Paul Cherry, a playwright for Broadway. She has also served as an intern for television at the Public Broadcasting Station WNET Thirteen, where she worked with Oscar winning film documentary producer, Perry Miller Adato. Her graduating class was honored with a special letter/citation from President Jimmy Carter. Stewart moved to Los Angeles to pursue a writing career and to attend film school at the University of Southern California. Through her association with R&B singer Janet Jackson, she obtained entry into the entertainment business, initially working on television projects and eventually landing at Columbia Pictures in the office of then Vice President, Dick Berres. Soon after arriving in L.A., Ms. Stewart wrote a science fiction novel called The Third Eye. The book, she says, is a science fiction version of the ‘second coming’ which she was inspired to write after seeing Star Wars. “What I wrote was the evolution of consciousness, the second coming of Christ — man vs. the machine.”


    Listen to this show and all other in arichive for Critical Mass


     

  • 00:43

    Marcus Mariota's unfortunate Dennis Dixon comp

    in Sports

    Mind of Mansion Podcast Episode 116: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion laments NFL draft analysts' propensity for comparing every prospect to his best case NFL counterpart.


    Odell Beckham and Calvin Johnson are unreplicatable genetic anomalies at the WR position.


    Tampa Bay is the Avalon of QB prospect destinations. 


    It's pronounced MAR-ey-oh-tah. Like far out, man.


    In dynasty leagues, Jameis Winston has more certainty and long-term viability than Marcus Mariota.


    Russell Wilson was not a running quarterback at Wisconsin.


    Marcus Mariota is a smaller than Kapernick with better touch. 


    A player's most prolific season receives the most weight, because it represents the production that a player is capable of. 


    Oregon's spread package offense is like Techno Bowl with 4 total play choices out of the same formation. 


    Dennis Dixon represents Marcus Mariota's true prospect projection floor.


    Mariota's actual NFL throws at the college level were so few and far between that experts have no idea what he will do at the NFL level.


    Similar to Johnny Manziel, Marcus Mariota is a known unknown who requires a massive leap of faith in order to draft with a top pick.


    Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com.

  • 00:58

    2015 Vision Casting: The Exceptional Image

    in Business

    I've always said that you spend more time with the people you work with, than the people you love. So it's wonderful, if you can love working with the people that you do. So that's why I try to make it a place that people want to work at. - Laura Hansen


    Join Felicia and Laura for this Vision Casting Best Episodes replay as they talk about the kind of heart it takes to build, sustain and scale as an entrepreneur.


    Laura shares her bread for the entrepreneurship journey:


     



    Communication is key.
    Celebrate the small things.
    Love the people you work with.
    Ask help in your discomfort zone.

  • 01:00

    2015 Vision Casting: Rocking the Stonz Wear by Lisa Will

    in Business

    Begin with the end in mind. What do you see yourself becoming? - Lisa Will


    In this 2015 Vision Casting episode, join Lisa Will as she fashions Stonz Wear into reality. With her unwavering resolve to smart design to meet the niche of kids' wear, she has created a brand that has stood out in quality and authenticity - and continues to do so.


     How did Lisa realize her vision for Stonz Wear? 



    Solid Purpose: begin with the end in mind.
    Solid Financials: know your numbers.
    Solid A Team: build a like-minded tribe.


    Lisa founded her million-dollar company from the need to find her young son a suitable footwear that stayed on. 10 years after the company's initial conception in 2004, Stonz Wear has grown into a thriving business in worldwide wholesale and retail markets. The company has been awarded the Canadian Pediatric Seal of Approval in 2012 and honored by organizations such as Mom's Best, National Parenting Center, iParenting, and Creative Child Magazine Awards. Lisa earned the RBC Women Entrepreneur of the Year Western finalist in the year 2010. And most recently, she was nominated for the Ersnt & Young 2014 North American EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women Program. 


    Today, Stonz Wear has extended its reach from Canada, to the US, Chile, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, Scandinavia, UK, and Europe, from the miraculous beginning of one stall at a Vancouver gift show in 2004.

  • 00:46

    love is live

    in Education

    While AElus' thunders round us roar,And sweep impetuous o'er the plainBe still, O tyrant of the main;Nor let thy brow contracted frowns betray,While my Susanna skims the wat'ry way.The Pow'rpropitioushearsthe lay,


    The blue-ey'd daughters of the sea
    With sweeter cadence glide along,
    And Thames responsive joins the song.
    Pleas'd with their notes Sol sheds benign his ray,
    And double radiance decks the face of day.
    To court thee to Britannia's arms
    Serene the climes and mild the sky,
    Her region boasts unnumber'd charms,
    Thy welcome smiles in ev'ry eye.
    Thy promise, Neptune keep, record my pray'r,
    Not give my wishes to the empty air.
     

  • 01:00

    34: Rocking the Stonz Wear by Lisa Will

    in Business

    Lisa Will, founder of Stonz Wear Inc., shares in this episode how her million-dollar company grew from her need to find her young son a suitable footwear that stayed on. 10 years after the company's initial conception in 2004, Stonz has grown into a thriving business in worldwide wholesale and retail markets. The company has been awarded the Canadian Pediatric Seal of Approval in 2012 and honored by organizations such as Mom's Best, National Parenting Center, iParenting, and Creative Child Magazine Awards. Lisa earned the RBC Women Entrepreneur of the Year Western finalist in the year 2010. And most recently, she was nominated for the Ersnt & Young 2014 North American EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women Program. 


     


    Walk with Lisa in her journey to build an authentic, excellent and wonderfully thriving company through:



    Purposeful Vision: begin with the end in mind.
    Solid Financials: know your numbers.
    Committed A Team: build a like-minded tribe.


     


    Persistence is key in the entrepreneurial path that Lisa took to create Stonz Wear. Today, her business has extended its reach from Canada, to the US, Chile, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, Scandinavia, UK, and Europe, from the miraculous beginning of one stall at a Vancouver gift show in 2004.