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As the new season on TruTv of Impractical Jokers nears we welcome two of the Impractical Jokers to the show James "Murr" Murray & Joe Gatto. These two guys make us laugh every episode and come up with some of the wackiest jokes to play on complete strangers. Come hear as they will tell us what makes this show so special and what their looking forward to with the new season!
Join all of us jokers as we talk to Ishmael Brown, creator of Angry Black Rant podcast. This is a new podcast that has gained popularity quickly. It is brutally honest, angry and black. We will be discussing Angry Black Rant as well as some current events and possibly some religion bashing. The number to call in is 347-202-0492.
The sword divides those who are trying to find life in this world from those who are willing to lose their life in this world in order to find real life, the life of the ages, eternal life. The sword that Jesus brought is the cross. The message of the lifestyle of the cross will either drive people away from or draw them to Jesus Christ. It will always do one or the other. There is no neutral position when you hear this Word. It divides families and churches and denominations. It divides asunder the soul and the spirit, the joints and the marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart (Heb 4:12). It divided the Red Sea and the Jordan River metaphorically. It is a sword to die by, not to kill with; of absorbing violence, not perpetrating it. It is naturally nonsensical and impractical. It means we are willing to be vulnerable, sheep sent out into a world of wolves.
1 Cor 5:5; 1 Tim 1:20; Luke 22:31-32; 2 Cor 12:7-end chapter; Judges 7:22 (the Sword of the Lord is the cross which causes evil to self destruct) etc etc
The Following is an excerpt from an essay written by Adjunct lecturer Joshua Neal on the complexities of the poly-amorous lifestyle. Adjunct lecturer Neal currently teaches undergraduate psychology while working towards his PhD.
I can't say that I've always identified with the polyamorous life; as a younger person I often spent time imagining a future life as a father and husband. With time and experience though, I became skeptical about the prospects of long-term pair bonding. The lack of positive role models in this regard, coupled with my own personal experience left me somewhat crestfallen as to the plausibility of a lifetime union. My leery attitude towards marriage shouldn't equate with it being 'unnatural', because I don't believe that monogamy (or for that matter monoamory, the practice of exclusive sexual relationships) is unnatural either. However, in its current configuration it may be highly impractical. I can't make any claims as to the natural position of the human animal when it comes to romantic intimacy, either. Many intellectual pursuits have failed to identify the 'natural' human instinct towards love and family. If any 'natural' or original inclination can be surmised, it is that human behaviors and cultural practices change over time as we adapt to meet the demands of a constantly evolving environment.
Joshua is also a musician, combat sports practitioner with interests in human optimization.
Join Zaiyah and Uptown as they welcome Adjunct lecturer Neal to this weeks edition of Zaiyah's House
Today's Guest: Jason B. Kohl, film director and author of Film School: A Practical Guide to an Impractical Decision.
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JASON B. KOHL podcast excerpt: "Film school is a not a two- to four-year slog to become famous! It's about learning to be a complete human being and how to communicate with the world."
Key interview moments:
• 6:10 Film School author Jason B. Kohl advises prospective film students to "find your voice" before starting the the application process;
• 18:05 Students need to understand that applying to film schools -- and film festivals -- require patience and strategy;
• 26:50 Don't apply to film school with the single goal of becoming rich and famous; that's a sure way to fall flat on your face (or elsewhere).
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Travis Bryan III writes:
"The sword divides those who are trying to find life in this world from those who are willing to lose their life in this world in order to find real life, the life of the ages, eternal life. The sword that Jesus brought is the cross. The message of the lifestyle of the cross will either drive people away from or draw them to Jesus Christ. It will always do one or the other. There is no neutral position when you hear this Word. It divides families and churches and denominations. It divides asunder the soul and the spirit, the joints and the marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart (Heb 4:12). It divided the Red Sea and the Jordan River metaphorically. It is a sword to die by, not to kill with; of absorbing violence, not perpetrating it. It is naturally nonsensical and impractical. It means we are willing to be vulnerable, sheep sent out into a world of wolves."
See much more by Travis Bryan III at SafeGuardYourSoul.com
Enough of these NFC Scrubs and AFC North jokers, it's time for some AFC South redemption! The Titans have plenty of scores to settle this season, and what better place to get started than at home against the 0-2 Indianapolis Colts!
When we go live on Thursday 9/24/15 at 8:00 central we'll put the finishing touches on the Browns loss, recap the latest injury news, then jump right into the biggest game of the Titans' first quarter of the 2015 NFL schedule. You don't want to miss this epic episode, so join us for the live chat and stream, pronto.
Be sure to subscribe to the show via iTunes to get our exclusive bonus time talk once the live stream ends.
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"A lot of people, Black and white, have the impression that those of us who got involved in the Movement, when it started in 1960, were fighting for integration. That's the way the white press interpreted the sit-ins and freedom rides and all that. But what they didn't understand was that none of us was concerned about sitting down next to a white man and eating a hamburger. Anybody who thinks that is reflecting white nationalism. That's that white supremacist attitude. Nothing is good unless it can be done in the company of white people. We would've been some kind of fools to get beaten up, spat on and jailed the way a lot of folks did just to sit down at a lunch counter beside a white person. Integration was never our concern. In fact, integration is impractical. You cannot legislate an attitude and integration is based upon an attitude of mutual acceptance and respect between two racial or cultural groups in the society. A law can govern behavior, but attitudes cannot be forced or enforced, and what the Civil Rights Movement was concerned with was controlling the animalistic behavior of white people. I resented somebody telling me I couldn't eat at a certain place. It wasn't that I wanted to eat there. Hell no! I always knew we had the best food anyway. But as part of that constant battle waged by Black people against white america, if white folks didn't want me to eat there, in the door I went. If I had a free choice, I'd sit in the back of the bus. That's where the heater is. We weren't fighting for integration. We were letting white folks know that they could no longer legislate where we went or what we did. " H. Rap Brown.
Think With Your Heart and Thrive! With Matthew Engel and Joy Barker
Living from the heart is often mistaken for being too sensitive or impractical. Through their classic style of lively, thought-provoking and inspiring discussion, Matthew Engel and Joy Barker will address the following points:
The heart as the gateway to the intutive wisdom of the soul.
Uses and pitfalls of intellect.
The practicality of heart-centered choices.
Discerning matters of the heart from matters of the emotional body or wounded self.
The template for expansion that living from the heart creates.
Tools for dissolving the classic conflict of "heart vs. head"
And so much more!
Matthew Engel is an Intuitive Counselor, Executive Coach, Therapist, Hypnotherapist, Past Life Regressionist, Inspirational Speaker, Writer, Spiritual Teacher and Host of Intuitive Transformation Radio. He has supported thousands of people in activating their higher potential for 19 years. For more info and to sign up for his free newsletter, please visit: www.matthewengel.com
Joy Barker is a Psychic, Spiritual Teacher, Certified Angel Therapy Practitioner trained by Doreen Virtue, and Host of Angel Talk Cafe on Blogtalk. She is known for her compassionate and practical insights conveyed with love and humor. For more info, please visit: www.angeltalkcafe.com