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Louis Sheppard, says that It was a crazy-high number of weight that finally did it. Three-hundred and fifty pounds to be exact; that was what my body from head to toe weighed when stepping onto my home scale. It got me scared! It got me thinking. It got me doing. Scared! Think! Do! That was the action plan that would move me into a new lifestyle that I hoped would save my wife and kids from dealing with any medical issues that my obesity could weigh down on them; and it was for me too. My family looks to me for support and guidance on so many levels and now I was facing my own challenge: How would I tip the scales in the other direction I asked myself? I headed to a web site that was complete with information on diet and exercise (http://bodybuilding.com). My wife, God bless her! joined me on my new journey and lifestyle plan. Two weeks into our journey and our new way of living the life we were born to live, a close friend died of a sudden heart attack. He was 37 years old. I was deeply affected by his death. I thought of how I would be turning 40 soon and I realized that my weight was increasing of a similar way that my friends had increased. It caused me to get clear about what I wanted and How I wanted to live my life. The awareness of my friends plite, and my own struggle with obesity caused me to kick my eating plan into a higher gear. I followed Cuban-born Lee Labrada, who has a fitness and diet web site and decided to sign on to a 3-month diet and began working out. After that I started training with Jon Buettner over at Big Jon Fitness and I began to see my friend Denny Chang, who died, was hovering over my exercise equipment, cheering me on. Everyone called him Tis. I began to call that voice on my weights the Tis Effect. Visit The Tis Effect.
FERGUSON ST. LOUIS, MO Grand Jury - No Indictment - WITH ST. LOUIS RESIDENTS
By the middle 1890s, the Lemp Brewery gained a national presence after introducing the popular "Falstaff” beer, which is still brewed today by another company. The Lemp Western Brewery was the first brewer to establish coast-to-coast distribution of its beer. At the same time he was building his own business empire, William, Sr. also helped Pabst, Anheuser and Busche get started.n the midst of this success, the Lemp family experienced the first of many tragedies when Frederick Lemp, William Sr’s favorite son and heir apparent died in 1901 at the age of 28. Frederick, who had never been in extremely good health, died of heart failure. The devastated William Lemp was never the same, beginning a slow withdrawal; he was rarely seen in public after his son’s death. On January 1, 1904, William’s closest friend, Frederick Pabst, also died, leaving William indifferent to the details of running the brewery. Though he still arrived at the office each day, he was nervous and unsettled. His physical and mental health began to decline and on February 13, 1904, he shot himself in the head with a .38 caliber Smith & Wesson.
city bracing for another convulsion, the waiting game looks like this: University students gather in a gym and rally for peace. Churches draw up plans for “safe spaces,” a refuge during potential chaos. Fringe groups pass out fliers advocating for various kinds of instigation if a grand jury decides not to indict a police officer who 3?1/2 months ago shot an unarmed teenager.
It’s that decision, which authorities have for days signaled was imminent but now seems slow to come, that has brought St. Louis into a bizarre holding pattern, with little agreement here about what will happen in the city after the grand jury resolution.
Eyes were trained on this weekend as the decisive moment for an area that has been rocked by the shooting
It's Marty St. Louis return to Tampa Bay as a New York Ranger, so join Shawn and NIck as the two of them disect his return to Tampa, what it means and think about Lightning fans possible reaction.
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The Grand Jury has spoken. Join me as we take a long, hard look at this historic development. Ferguson, Missouri, the eyes of the World are on you.
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Tonight, I speak out on the issues in my home town of St. Louis, Missouri. I relocated to a small town in Illinois on August 26, 2014, just weeks after the murder of Mike Brown. I had to find alternate ways to show my solidarity with my City, from afar. Tonight, I share with you some of my thoughts, insights from a small country town with a very low minority, and why I will NOT be shopping over the holiday weekend. I will also share with you why as a African-American woman, it is so important for me to....
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TOPIC: The tragic killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown and news that a grand jury did not indict Ferguson, Mo., police officer Darren Wilson for any crimes related to his death! The discussion will be guided by Rev. Dr. Thomas and Bishop Selders.
The Right Reverend Doctor John L. Selders, Jr. is an ordained minister serving in the United Church of Christ, the organizing pastor of Amistad United Church of Christ, Hartford, CT, and Assitant Chaplain at Trinity College. Bishop Selder's hometown is St. Louis.
Bishop Selders has served as Lecturer at Yale Divinity School in New Haven, CT., Adjunct Faculty Member in the Field Education at Andover Newton Theological School, Newton, MA., Dean of Urban Ministry Track for The Anglican Divinity School and is an adjunct faculty member for The Seminary Consortium for Urban Pastoral Education, Chicago, IL. He serves on a number of boards and works with several organizations both locally and nationally whose work is ultimately concerned with the healing of humanity.
Reverend Dr. Weldon G. Thomas is a native of Annapolis, MD. He is the pastor of New Bethel Christian Methodist Episcopal Church in Rochester, New York. Prior to his current appointment, Rev. Thomas served as the Presiding Elder of the New York - New England District of the CME Church supervising 20 churches in the states of Massachusetts, Connecticut and New York. Dr. Thomas serves as the Director of Christian Education for the New York – Washington Region of the CME Church, and as a member of the C.M.E. Board of Institutional Chaplains. He has served as assistant pastor in Philadelphia, PA., and pastored in Winston-Salem, NC, and in Washington, D.C. where he was the president of the Black Methodist Clergy Association of Greater Washington DC.
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