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Join Jon, Jane and Don for wild tales from the political crypt. I don't want to prove to the world that I am a talented theologian or educational theorist. I may not have the power to change one's person's mind but I do have the power to enlighten. That and more, including Kanye West's idea that the whole world should have his attention due to an argument ions ago that Taylor Swift was undeserving.
Every week, two of the Best Fans in Baseball (TM) bring you all the news and analysis you need about the St. Louis Cardinals. This week, Daniel Shoptaw (C70 At The Bat) and Tara Wellman (Bird Tales) talk about a rejuvenated offense, a 7-3 West Coast swing (after starting 0-2!) and the state of the NL Central race. Plus it wouldn't be a show about the Cardinals without talking about injuries, though thankfully it's more about who may be returning than who is hurt. Finally, they'll look forward at a really big homestand coming up this week.
With details about grim and grisly fatalities, this history of California's arcane deaths encompasses the murders and accidents that at one time shocked the West Coast. The stories of hangings, gun accidents, suicides, crashes, and overdoses of both the famous and obscure offer a bizarre, if sometimes perverse, glimpse into the Golden State's strange past. Including frightening murder tales like the rape,torture and child murder in The Ape Boy; a doctor slaughters his family in Death in Davis House; the unsolved savage murder of an entire family in The Keddie Murders and a young female psychopath in Penny For Her Thoughts. DEATH IN CALIFORNIA-The Bizarre, Freakish and Just Curious Ways People Die in the Golden State-David Kulczyk
Storyshucker Stu Perkins on Tell Me a Story – no need to pinch yourself, it is actually happening today, Friday, August 28th. We have tried a couple of times but the 3rd time has indeed been the charm for us here at The Magic Happens Radio Network. Visiting Stu’s blog, Storyshucker, and reading his tales is like taking a step back in time to when people took priority over popularity and family was the ‘inter-net’ where you learned everything. Oh, and that blog address is http://www.storyshucker.wordpress.com so be sure to head over and catch up the archives and see what heart-warming story has been shucked of late. Also, keep an eye open for a brand new Chicken Soup for the Soul book, Volunteering and Giving Back, because Stu Perkins is one the contributing writers. We cover this and more in today’s Tell Me a Story, a presentation of The Magic Happens Radio Network. Find us at http://www.themagichappens.com/
Pattie Canova hosts a talk show using wit, candor, keen insight, perception, experience, and the tales and symbols of Tarot to inform, illuminate, enlighten and entertain her listeners. Write Pattie at firstname.lastname@example.org w/your questions, feedback or insights. Visit my websight: www.pattiecanova.com Let's discover what it takes to walk our road toward awakening. www.pattiecanova.com
Max doesn't remember ever not creating a story, pen or no pen. A writer and lover of books since the age of nine, Max first set pen to page as a hobby, constructing stories that were anything but fit for children. Entertaining classmates while simultaneously concerning surrounding adults with blood-ridden tales of gory mysteries and heavy suspense that "just came to mind", Max, with the help of family and the encouraging words of an inspiring fifth grade teacher, continued to develop this gift.
Little was it known at the time, but said gift would become a lifeline.
From horrific trauma in Max's teen years, writing played an instrumental part in the difficult recovery and the Warrens, Bennetts, and Johnsons, three interconnected families all with issues, mysteries, and secrets that threaten their livelihood and lives,were born.
Though relatively new to the publishing game, Max reads everything and everyone and relishes the journey, learning something new each day.
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On Tuesday, August 25, 2015 joining Tony on The Voice of the People is:
Tom Watkins joins Tony to discuss China, the myths, the facts and why it is critical to our growth here in the US.
Ryan Fishman is back this week with another legal round up and more insights into the wonderful world of politics. This will be one interesting conversation!
Diane Bukowski from Voices of Detroit joins Tony this morning to tell the real stories affecting the people of Detroit and what they are doing to fight back!
Mark Brewer brings his political expertise to the show this morning to discuss the Congressional races that are beginning to take shape now.
Chad Selweski, award winning journalist and seeker of truth drops in today with tales of political woe and a deep divide between political philosophies, and oh, so much more.
Erik Altieri with the AP Action Fund brings a message of reality with Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker and what higher education would look like with him as president.
This active, Medical Order is the last such organization, carrying on the work of monastic medicine, and we wish to have it preserved for the benefit of future generations as well as serve a lasting memory of a movement that contributed significantly to the Renaissance of today’s modern medicine. This heritage included languages, transcription, folk tales, ceremonies, etc. about traditional medicine, and all the medical and nursing skills that were handed down from generation to generation including surgery and ambulatory care. These traditions and practices reflect the spirit of members and communities of the doctors from Europe to the Americas, to the Philippines. This intangible heritage is at great risk as the natural and spiritual heritage must be preserved to the world for future posterity.
The new school emphasizes the biological sciences in relation to theistic evolution, bedside diagnosis, tropical medicine, laboratory, emergency medicine, minor surgery, chaplaincy, nursing, and rural primary care. Academic learning will work in concert with clinical rotations in the rural clinics sponsored and operated by the Order.
Description: The program is combined online studies with clinical rotations as service to the Order's Hospitals and primary care centers. The centers are currently located in Nevis, West Indies; Quito and Santo Domingo Ecuador; Malakoff, Texas; Cyprus; with other centers developing. Enrollment is limited to members of the Order having taken monastic vows.
Admittance into the School is by formal application with a referral of Knight in good standing. Upon application and confirmation, an appointment for personal interview is arranged.
Our show didn't happen last week because BlogTalkRadio was down. They have no problem whacking my credit card every month, but they can't get their shit together making their website work.
So, it'll be the usual abusual stuff. Angry, Bald, and Mumbles, and dozens of celebrity guests.
Adolfo will discuss Trump (or not.)
Uli will talk home improvement (perhaps.)
George will bore us with tales of how awesome his birthday was. (God help us.)
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