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On today's show I'll be discussing as much as time permits a number of alarming economic points and trends. Japan has bailed out one of the most hated companies in the country right now with taxpayer dollars. Much of Europe is on the verge of going belly up. I'll also try to bring things back home with an excellent article on 10 signs that Obamacare is going to wreck the U.S. economy and if there's time I'll get into a few signs that poverty in our country is exploding right now. This isn't a doomsaying show, it's a reality show. Many of you have your eyes open to reality, but for those who don't, hopefully this might open a few. It's today at 4:30 Eastern time.
Hey kids, Antonius Block here with another installment of RADIO ULNA! This week's mix is brought to you by the letter "π" because there are a bunch noisy Greeks outside my door. Also, on a personal note, October has been a fantastic month for tunes. Anyway, thanks for listening!
Mix #10 - "We Are Memory Machines"
Phantogram - Black Out Days (0:00 - 3:42)
Yeah Boy - Can't Get Enough (3:43 - 7:59)
Heavenly Beat - Honest (8:00 - 11:19)
Little Animal - Everyday (11:20 - 14:35)
PSAPP - Everything Belongs To The Sun (14:36 - 18:31)
The Reverb Junkie - All I Want (18:32 - 20:49)
Son Lux - Easy (20:50 - 24:46)
The Naked and Famous - A Stillness (24:47 - 30:06)
MØ - Never Wanna Know (30:07 - 34:14)
Los Waves - How Do I Know (34:15 - 37:05)
Temples - Keep In The Dark (37:06 - 40:41)
Best Coast - I Don't Know How (40:42 - 44:08)
All music purchased legally through Apple's iTunes Store or Amazon.com, and rebroadcast under fair use under copyright laws and its application to podcasts.
Japanese roboticist Masahiro Mori described a phenomena called "the uncanny valley". As a robot approaches human in appearance and behaviour, it becomes more relatable and lovable. But at some point as it gets closer and closer to looking and acting human, it starts to become… well, eerie and disturbing. Almost right but still slightly wrong. It becomes creepy. Even a creep. This all begs the question, what is the standard of "human" that we're judging so-called creeps by? Who got to set this standard? The answer is that women do. Women decide what is and is not creepy and by extension what is and is not human. But if women have taken it upon themselves to be the arbiters of what is and isn't human, isn't that itself… sorta creepy?
POLITICAL ANIMALS: Spying- Repudiation of Henry Stimson's rule"Gentlemen don't read other Gentlement's mail"
Mafia connections to SEIU Union at Chicago's O'Hare Airport
What's the Matter with Lawyers--New tatic--intimidate the victim--try to boiler plate him to death with spurious court filings
October 30th Births deaths & Events relevant to US(a)
THE CLUB--Auto theft metal device doesn't stop car/truck theft--San Franciscan had 2 vehicles stolen in less than a month
The Miami Beaching Condos planned for San Francisco Bay front
What's wrong with the Tea Party--failure to communicate with other tea party groups across the country
Culinary cognoscenti avoiding Tea--The Japanese Nuclear contaminated fish problem
The Honorable Elijah Muhammad being interviewed by the Japanese press covering a variety of topics. Be advised that the interview has been edited from its original format due to long periods of translating questions into English.
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Welcome, Tonight on our call you will hear fromTroy Kearl one of our leaders in FGXPress. A man who brings nearly two decades of business and technical experience to the network marketing industry Prior to computer programming, Mr. Kearl was a Japanese translator. He negotiated a contract with Sumitomo for a technology exchange with Al Snapper, a world famous inventor with over 600 patents. He was also employed by Fujitsu to translate all of the English phrases in a Japanese dictionary for use in a software program.
He will discussing what he saw when he met Ron Williams and The FGXPress company vision.
They say that those who make it to the Grail Castle, never seem to really make it all the way back… They don't fit in the practical world like before…
And, it’s for sure, they do outstanding things thereafter… But they’re no longer feats of prowess or ego-driven spectaculars…
What happens there? What is it?...
What is this mystical presence that the scientists – yet – cannot measure that makes every spiritually aware person hyper tuned into the ages, to the purpose of the Cosmos?
Machu Picchu is the most sacred ground of the Incas… It contains several temples, and there are only a select number in the world at or above this elevation of 2,430 meters…
And at Machu Picchu you find the Inca Temple of the Sun. This is one of those select places on Earth – this one being 1½ miles in elevation – where light shines through a tiny aperture in the Temple wall at the exact moment of the June Summer Solstice when the life-giving sun is coming for a new generative cycle is born.
Pristine, powerful electronic rays from the sun shine through the small opening in the Temple wall lighting onto a sacred rock, the mineral connection, the magnetic rod to the core of the Earth, the spiritual foundations of the Universe.
Ted Ciuba is traveling there. I'm sure he won't return the same.
And he's promised to share with you what the Gods are calling him there for, their message from the top of the world.
This is high voltage, and in this holomagic world we live in, this message is meant for you, direct from the Temple of the Sun at Machu Picchu in the high Andes of Perú, the spiritual pole of the world.
Tune to the spiritual voltage expert voltage handlers Ted Ciuba and Chap Oscar entertain, enlighten, and empower you with!
Pre-recorded show - no calls please.
Our guest Dr. Brooks Agnew of the Phoenix Science Foundation and North Pole Inner Earth Expedition is the author of The Ark Of Millions Of Years
He is host of Scientific Internet Talk Radio at X Squared Radio and the entrepreneur of Sirius Energies
One of the hottest topics of discussion in the world today is the creation of the Earth. There are so many points of view from so many ages that nobody thought there would ever be one work that could explain it all. Until now. The Ark of Millions of Years is an ancient title. The authors have done this title justice by compiling and decoding all the schools of thought into one exciting work. From the Rabbi to the priest to the astronomer to the astro-physicist to the armchair archeologist, there is tremendous food here for all. You will see the scriptures as you have never seen them. You will understand the pyramids, the temples of the Yucatan, and the very stars in heaven as well as the greatest scholars. The prophecy has been fulfilled. Through space and time this book answers more questions and provides more understanding between its covers than anything written in any language. Period. Why?
I am so excited to interview the incredibly talented authors of A Touch of Darkness, Tina Moss and Yelena Casale!
Tina Moss is a writer of urban fantasy, paranormal romance, and romantic suspense. She lives in NYC with a supportive husband and alpha corgi, though both males hog the bed and refuse to share the covers. When not writing, she enjoys reading, watching cheesy horror flicks, traveling, and karate. As a 5'1" Shotokan black belt, she firmly believes that fierce things come in small packages.
Yelena Casale was born in Kiev, Ukraine and came to New York when she was 13, which gave her a great perspective into two very different cultures. Being very curious and inquisitive, she's always been an avid reader with a wide range of literary interests. Writing has been Yelena's passion since she first learned to write, and it only grew over time. Yelena is especially fond of reading and writing urban fantasy and paranormal romance. The world of vampires, shifters, angels and demons is a wonderful way to escape the mundane and lets her imagination run wild.
Yelena has two degrees from New York University, and has spent over a decade learning from New York City's diverse atmosphere. Martial Arts has always been Yelena's other love through the years. She has a second degree black belt in Shotokan Karate (a traditional Japanese karate style) and helps teach at her husband’s dojo. In Yelena's books, you will see many influences from martial arts, not only in the fight scenes, but in the philosophies and motives of the characters throughout the stories.
Embracing numerous musical genres and a fresh blend of traditional Turkish and Western rock music, hard rock quartet maNga are ready to storm the U.S. Feat singer Ferman Akgül, guitarist Yagmur Sarigül (aka “Yamyam”), drummer Özgür Can Öney and bassist Cem Bahtiyar, the Turkish group have drawn Int'l acclaim for the infectious sounds on their three albums, which one could compare in spirit to Linkin Park or System Of A Down. They made a big noise representing their from home country in the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest, have over 3M Facebook followers and have drawn the attention of Billboard, the Huffington Post and MTV Europe. The band name maNga possesses a dual meaning. In Turkish, it refers to a unit of ten men in the army, and in Japanese, which was their chief inspiration for using the word, it means graphic novel. "The name was Yagmur's idea, and from that moment 12 years ago we were dreaming about having connections to other countries," declares Özgür. The foursome finally got to play before a NA audience at the SXSW festival in TX in March, and they play CMJ on Oct 18th. 3 months after they formed in 2001, the group competed on the TV show Sing Your Song, which is the Turkish version of Star Search. Their 2nd place showing ignited a creative spark that lead to numerous gigs in Turkey while writing the original tunes that comprised their self-titled debut album, which was released via Sony Epic in Turkey in December 2004. The album and its videos spotlighted an amalgam of heavy rock, hip-hop, pop and Turkish music.The album sold more than 180,000 copies in Turkey, making maNga the 1st band there to get gold certification on their debut album. The song “Bir Kadin Çizeceksin” appeared in the EA Sports FIFA 2006 computer game soundtrack, which exposed them to European audiences who loved their music even if they did not understand the words.
Layton is a mystery/suspense/thriller writer and the author of the Dominic Grey series. In addition to writing, Layton attended law school in New Orleans and was a practicing attorney for the better part of a decade. He has also been an intern for the United Nations, an ESL teacher in Central America, a bartender in London, a seller of cheap knives on the streets of Brixton, a door to door phone book deliverer, and the list goes downhill from there.
He has traveled to more than fifty countries, lived in a number of them, and has a burning desire to see every country, city, beach, moor, castle, cemetery, twisted street and far flung dot on the map. Religion and cults, as well as all things spiritual and supernatural, are a lifelong interest. Roll in fifteen years of Japanese jujitsu training, and the Dominic Grey series was born.
Layton lives with his wife and children in the Atlanta area. Please stop by his website at www.laytongreen.com.
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