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How does it get any better than this?
What else is possible?
Liam Phillips joins Annette McCoy
Liam has lots of questions which can open our eyes and minds to
see infinite possibilities in our lives
Today LIAM is focussing on the impact of CAUSE and EFFECT in our lives.
Join us and discover how to make YOUR life the BEST possible
Cornelius “Preacher C” Shaw is a W. Michigan native spoken word artist who explores the idiosyncrasies of everyday life by way of pen and paper. A strong believer in supporting local arts, Preach has built a rapport with similar artists around the Midwest, and is the current host of an open-mic show in Kalamazoo for three years now. He is a published poet who released his first spoken word CD "Life Don’t Always Give You Lemons" in 2010. In summer 2015, Preach will be releasing two projects: a follow-up to his first album, titled "Less Cranberry, More Vodka", and a chapbook of short poems titled "Laughing When We Should've Been Praying". Also, his fans created the hashtag #Preach and use it to live-tweet quotes during his performances
Stephen Lemons the writer of the Feathered Bastard blog at the Phoenix New Times will return as my guest tonight on RC Radio. Stephen was the reporter who broke the story last June that Sheriff Joe Arpaio was using two top deputies from the MCSO and the Cold Case Posse to work with scam artist Dennis Montgomery to dig up dirt on federal Judge Murray Snow and then AG Eric Holder. Stephens story was confirmed by none other than Sheriff Arpaio himself under oath when Judge Snow handed Apraio a copy of Stephen's article and began questioning him about it.
We also learned that Stephen was correct when he revealed that Arpaio was investigating comments allegedly made by Judge Snow's wife to an Apraio supporter at a local Mexican restaurant. Arpaio had hired a PI through his attorney to check out the incident. Join us for what should be a fascinating interview.
Call 347 324-5546 if you have a question for Mr. Lemons. The show starts at 9 PM EDT.
We are going to do a series of shows; now until D.C.'S Protest Day on June 5th, that may just feature....well, just about ANYBODY.....AND JUST ABOUT ANYTHING, AS WELL. As I cross into Illinois (believe me, the road thus far has NOT been kind, due to horrible planning, the Holiday weekend +Monday; and not much money); We will celebrate the beginning leg of our tour with a bang. What bang? One never knows, now does one?
Join us at 2 CST, as the guests and surprises could get pretty wild...we'll just call today's show a call-in SURPRISE show. Every day following this one promises to be more and more intense, so please, CONTINUE TO LISTEN ALL THIS NEXT WEEK!! We're about to make the history books kids, one way or the other...so lets turn those lemons into a lemonade these people will not be able to ignore or dismiss....WHO'S WITH ME???
I've been waiting to have this dear man, Steve Collins on REFLECTING HIS GIFTS for a long time. What a story! Steve has truly made lemonade out of lemons. He waited expectantly for a heart transplant to save his life and ended up afterward with paralysis. Though he may be bound to a wheel chair his spirit and his heart are determined to live life to the fullest. He writes songs, tells jokes, and lives his life with gusto and humor. Join us for a most lively and encouraging conversation.
Pickles have a long history going back to 2400 BC. Aristotle thought that cured cucumbers had healing properties, and Julius Caesar fed pickles to his men as he believed that they offered physical and spiritual strength. Cleopatra believed her beauty came from eating large amounts of pickles. Ever wonder who brought pickling to the New World? Shout out to Christopher Columbus who grew cucumbers in order to pickle them. In the 1500s, the area which is now New York City had the largest group of Dutch commercial picklers. Americans as a whole eat more than 2.5 million pounds of pickles, and dill pickles are twice as popular as sweet pickles. What do you do when your garden blesses you with an abundance of cucumbers? Steve Zielinski shared his cucumber crop with friends, family, and co-workers, but discovered everyone had their limit on the crunchy cukes. So when life gives you lemons, or in this case cucumbers, you make pickles. And in July of 2009 Crazy Steve's Pickles & Salsa was born. Steve’s products are found in 25+ stores and have been sold nationwide. Varieties include Black Bean & Corn Salsa, Green Smokin Salsa, Mesquite Fire Roasted Salsa, Shot Over the Rim Spicy Bloody Mary Mix, Badass Barnacle Bloody Mary Mix, Cajun Cukes, and Let the Sunshine Pickles. Products are gluten free, vegan friendly, low sodium, natural ingredients, and feature unique flavors. Crazy Steve's Foundation aims to make the world a better place by donating to charities in education, the environment, health, human services, community development, international causes, and arts and culture. Steve has another mission—he’s running for NJ State Assembly’s 12th District in the Green Party. After the interview, please check After Hours with Jersey Coastal Live for more info.
What do you do when life throws you a curve? Do you make lemonade or do you lay down and let life step all over you?
Let's talk about it...not everything is as it seems!!! what if that curve life throws at you is a wake up call?
Join us as we discuss this topic, provide a different insight and move incredible energy during these 30 minutes!
Woohoo! What can we change???
COME AND CHILL OUT WITH US!
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Juniper Networks recently announced advancements and improvements to their physical and virtual firewalls that deliver increased security for federal agencies at a time when cyber threats are rising and becoming increasingly sophisticated.
We sat down again with Bill Lemons to discuss these new features and improvements in-depth, and talk through some of the different government use cases that exist for these new security technologies.
Juniper's Bill Lemons joins the program to discuss some exciting new routing and switching solutions and the pain points they can help address for federal agencies.
“When life gives you lemons, make lemonade,” is an old phrase with lasting meaning to encourage people to make the best out of any situation in which they may find themselves. Many may feel that because of what they have been through the above phrase is impossible. In actuality, it is not so much what happens to us that brings sadness, disappointment or despair it is how we interpret what life throws at us. In the face of adversity, do not let misery find a home! When life gives you lemons, make lemonade! Listen to this episode to learn how!
Book reference: Learning to tell myself the truth by Dr. William Backus
This is an interview that you will not want to miss! Grab the kids for a great interview with my guest Michelle Eastman, they will love her special story of the Legend of Dust Bunnies!
The Legend of Dust Bunnies, a Fairy’s Tale is a lighthearted story about a very important topic: Being Yourself. This story will open your eyes to a world of dirt and dust that you never knew could be so magical and fun! Did you know that dust fairies come into our homes at night and spread dust, spider webs, and even spit crumbs into the carpet? They do! It’s true! Well, not all fairies. Artie is different. He doesn’t like messes, and he doesn’t fit in. When given lemons you're supposed to make lemonade, right? This story does one better, it turns DUST into DUST BUNNIES. The Legend of Dust Bunnies is the delightful story about how and why a misfit Dust Fairy turns dust into cuddly dust bunnies and the joyful aftermath that follows. It's an ingenious story that will have families looking at dust bunnies in a new light, and may actually give kids an excuse NOT to clean their rooms. It's a perfect gift for a girl or boy.
Sweetness in my Sour Life
Have you ever had a season in your life where everything seem to be going wrong! Maybe you feel nothing ever goes right?
Well today we are going to chat about Sweetness in our Sour Lives! Finding Peace, Contentment and Joy in the Sour. In other words Make Lemonaide out of LEMONS!
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