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March 15 is the Ides of March. The infamous day when Brutus stabbed his good and trusted friend Julius Caesar in the back. Caesar didn’t see it coming. In your life how often do you put your trust and faith in people only to have them betray you or turn their backs in time of turmoil?
On the next Being Human Now we explore betrayal and what it means to your choice of companions. What does their betrayal say about you and your beliefs about yourself? Our special guest will tell personal stories that will enlighten us all.
Join us live on Saturday, March 15 at 3:00pm eastern time. Call with your questions and comments or submit them via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Ides Of March
The 15th of March was characterized in ancient Rome as the Ides Of March, a day that fell on the middle of the month. Traditionally many celebrations and festivities were had during this time, most hedonistic and carnal in nature. Most celebrations culminated in a sacrifice to the roman pantheon (the Roman gods) who were just as fallible and corrupt in nature. So in dishonor of this ancient tradition, we are going to discuss what true and righteous sacrifice is to a true and infallible God.
Starting Point Zero - The IDES of May approach May15th and 16th the primary days. Discussion about the IDES and what they bring. Discussion about Comet Ison , Open Discussion.
Bill and John talk about the week's events, including the shocking defeat of House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, the Sheila Kihne challenge to encumbent Rep. Jenifer Loon (John's in Sheila's camp while Bill supports Jenifer), the new polls out concerning the governor and senate race in Minnesota, the launch of the ridiculous Green Line light rail transit as well as other issues of importance. Tune in to Radio Worth Your Time.™
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Earlier this month, Supply Chain Visions Inc. and AGiLE Business Media announced the launch of AGiLE Applied Research Labs.
Referred to as being a joint venture, AGiLE Applied Research Labs is a collaboration between a team of respected consultants, academics and research scientists and a team of award-winning, veteran journalists and marketing professionals with decades of experience in logistics and supply chain.
The question quite simply is this; what impact will this new knowledge resource have on existing industry publications including bloggers? Joining me today to talk about this new venture is Mitch Mac Donald, who is the Group Editorial Director from DC Velocity.
Join the four hockey horsemen -- Chris, Timmy, and Josh as we span the hockey world even in the most difficult of times. No one ever quite knows what guests we will find and from what part of the hockey world. THW Live is a show that always comes from the edge and leaves you thinking for at least a little bit.
The phone number is 1-347-826-7358. Our chatroom is always open and none of us are afraid of a little debate. Honestly we expect and thrive on it. The goal is to always keep learning and on this show, you never know when that lesson will come.
So join us 8pm ET every Sunday Night as we take a look from the hockey and fantasy hockey perspectives. We hope you learn something from us and we always hope to learn something from you! Let's rock!
Tonight we go over the Montreal comeback, why the Brodeur-Schneider combination may have run its course, fantasy hockey questions, a busy Sunday night, injuries, potential suspensions, and more all beginning at 8pm ET.
Jazzlyn Raul Strickland, a.k.a. Ides, is one of 7 children born to Cortez and Dara Strickland. She is the mother of two gorgeous sons – Christopher, age 9 years and Ethan, age 6 years. Jazzlyn grew up singing in church, which is where I met her. I was assistant choir director at the time. Her father is an ordained minister and her mother is a talented Christian writer. Jazz started writing poetry and her own songs at about 9 or 10. From 2009 to 2010, she was a member Kansas City rock band, " Bad Wine". Recently, Jazz has had the opportunity to collaborate with Royce Diamond on his newly released album, Mirrors and Smoke. She has also worked with Monday 7E on his album titled "The Saga Continues", which also features artists Tech N9ne and Snug Brimm.
Jazz is currently working on writing her own music. She enjoys the art of music, as it is such a peaceful way for self-expression. Her greatest desire is to sell her music and gain a huge following. Jazz understands that it is a blessing to have even a small amount of talent and hopes to one day to share her talent with the world.
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DTong will be hosting this 10 track music feature from the band 'Figures Of Light'! Figures of Light is an American protopunk band formed in 1970 by Wheeler Winston Dixon and Michael Downey. They record on Norton Records and their own label, F O L Records.
Track order is as follows:
BUY BEFORE YOU DIE
I GIVE UP
I WANT MONEY
IDES OF MARCH
KILLERS FROM SPACE
TOO MANY BILLS, NOT ENOUGH THRILLS
WORLD OF PAIN
RITUAL TV SMASHING FINALE
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In the short film "The Lord of Catan," starring Amy Acker and Fran Kranz, a husband and wife find themselves thrust into an apocalyptic rivalry over a game of Settlers of Catan.
Although "The Lord of Catan" is his first film, Stuart C. Paul has done very well in screenwriting and publishing. After receiving his BFA in Screenwriting from the USC School of Cinema-Television, his television pilot, "Mankind," a re-telling of Cain and Abel set against the backdrop of the extinction of the Neanderthals, sold to NBC/Universal. On the publishing side, his six-issue comic series "Ides of Blood," which chronicles the 'true story' of vampires assassinating Julius Caesar, was published by DC Comics and nominated for multiple Comic Buyers Guide Fan Awards including Favorite Writer, Favorite Issue and Favorite Limited Series. Moving from comics to film, he penned the film adaptation of Whitley Strieber's graphic novel "The Nye Incidents" for RKO Productions. Look for more content from his production company Hamster Valhalla (http://hamstervalhalla.blogspot.com).
In addition to his film and writing prowess, Paul does samurai martial arts. He is repped at Circle of Confusion.
The Lord of Catan will be showing at the FSC Super Geek Film Festival. http://floridasupercon.com/category/geek-film-festival/
See the current issue of Independent Streak Magazine at http://issuu.com/rachelgalvin/docs/independent_streak_mag-june_2014
Rickard Hansson, Incentive Corp. suggests that, rather than holding their wisdom inside, that if key employees shared their ides and methodologies it could spark creative collaboration that could create new and improved ideas for company growth.
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