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Analysis! Interviews! Commentary! Join Greg Kellogg and special guests as they talk about everything from the absurd to the zany in this weekly football gabfest! Join Wally Spurlin and Greg Kellogg as they talk about the NFL!
Greg and Wally talk about Common Fallacies in Fantasy Football.
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The title itself displays TWO of the cardinal sins of debate and argument - "poisoning the well (casting doubt on someone/something beforehand by using demeaning language" and "ad hominem attacking (personal attacks on your opponent rather than facts)". I see it all over Facebook, on TV, in "the comments section", and in my personal and professional life: individuals and groups committing fallacies, by not defending their position and instead resorting to derogatory language, misleading statements, and deceitful half-truths. Brad Shilling will join me to discuss this from the perspective of a Toastmaster member, and hopefully we can come up with a few humorous examples. Call us at 646-721-9605, or listen live at BlogTalkRadio.
Do you have a strong fascination with all things magical? Ever wondered what spells were all about or the difference between "Magic" & "Magick"? Does it drum up, for you, frightening images of witches from times past stealing hair and nails to create voodoo dolls or hex bags? There's more to this art than what the entertainment world uses to engage your senses. Learn how a spell works and why it works, and by understanding it's uses, how it can be used as a means of healing and bringing positive elements into your life or the lives of others.
Join Rev. Maria D'Andrea and Mimi as they take a look at a very ancient art and how it works, and many of the fallacies that surround this topic. Rev. Maria is an internationally known psychic and shaman from Budapest, Hungary, and author of many books; one in particular is "Heaven Sent Money Spells" which can be purchased on Amazon.com. Mimi is host of a web based show called "MQuest TV" on Youtube that explores the world of the paranormal and spirituality.
Logic is right-thinking. However, as one can easily tell, not everyone uses good logic. When one uses bad logic, they are in fact committing a logical fallacy. What are these logical fallacies with funny names? For example, what is a "roadrunner," "red herring," "Texas sharpshooter," or "strawman?" A list of common falacies will be presented in this show. We also will discuss why the Christian should avoid these fallacies. Be sure to check out our website at http://pastorbrianchilton.wordpress.com.
Discussing logical fallacies in arguments, and how to properly point out a concern that an argument is bad.
Discussing the different kinds of fallacies, how to properly comment on them, and the errors of just memorizing a bunch of fancy names for errors.
ATTACK OF KILLER BEES: How to survive attacks communicated by silly humans
These bees only have a bite if you allow them to distract you and if you have no understanding of logical fallacies, figures of speech, and blind rage/ignorance, mixed with an unhealthy dose of CointelPro.
SITUATION: I just experienced another bullying attempt while I was on a show called Talk Real Solutions. Several guest callers went on the attack calling me names, using ad hominem attacks, creating straw men arguments, moving the goal post, etc. I was about to hang up but then I remembered both that other callers were quite but probably not as blatantly negative, but also that if you hang up on a bully they then continue their attacks without you there to help educate others to the killer b's (B**tch****, bast***d) tactics. So at the end of the attack, I decided it would be appropriate to create a short radio special regarding the incident and ways you (the listener) can survive such BS, but also not be detered from the positive you seek to do. Remember that some people are paid to distract us from our casues, others are apologists (brainwashed) who do this out of their own non-profit ignorance.
Please join Alfred and Karl as they discuss common theist arguments, logical fallacies, and basic grammar.
Bring your best religious argument so that we can break it down and show you where the disconnect happens to be.
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We hear the term "Dark Night of the Soul" a lot when some souls describe certain periods of their life. Why use that term and does it cover and do we use it broadly to describe a period of time in our lives when we are separated from our very own souls? When we feel that separation, does it take out the self accounting we need to heal through all that we have chosen to do, or is it just another word for mistake? Are there mistakes or periods of "Dark Night of the Soul" ? Tune in and Join the Conversation, Friday Morning at 5:30 AM, PST! :)
in Real Estate
When the crash came, investors found themselves holding properties that they never intended to own long-term. Many of them simply did not have the resources or the education and experience to maintain them, or turn them into positive cash-flowing entities. As investors lost it all and hundreds of thousands of investment single-family homes plunged into blight and foreclosure, the gem of real estate investing, the single-family home, earned a very bad name that has persisted to this day.
If you are like most real estate investors, you probably think that the single-family home has had its day. However, in reality, these investment properties are not just for hedge funds; they are among the best and soundest investments you can make in real estate – if, of course, you do it right. Imagine having 4 or 5 of these each producing $200 - $500 positive cash flow per month as you head into retirement!
Join us LIVE, Sunday morning at 10 AM Eastern time - listen to these three major misgivings about owning single-family homes as real estate investments and see if you are actually missing a huge opportunity! We'll also update you on the SC Rehab.
Investor Zone Radio is brought to you in part by 8th Moon Home Buyers, and ADHC L.L.C.
in Self Help
Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on the importance of credibility, third party payments in medicine, insulting with racial epithets, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio.
Question 1: Should a person's credibility matter in judging his empirical claims?
Question 2: What should be done about third party payments in medicine?
Question 3: Is it wrong to use racist epithets to insult the truly evil?
To download or feed a high-quality version of this episode, plus show notes and other details, visit its archive page.
For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.
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