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Get ready for some great indy music on the Friday Night Dance Party when MANGO DREAMERS joins the show to talk about their music, their passions and their current Kickstarter Campaign to help raise money to produce and record their next album!
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Welcome to John Dilley's Defcon-versations Radio Show! Where we talk about what's HOT in the Sauce World!
John's Special Guest this week is: Joe from Tango Spice Company
If you want more info or would like to be on a future show..contact John at www.defconsauces.com
In this kickoff episode of Tango Spirit Global Radio Show we have the pleasure of having a conversation with Isabel Costa who is a tango dancer, teacher and performer.
You can find Isabel Costa @ https://www.facebook.com/ritmoazul
With our emotions soaring high, our minds overloaded with personal & worldly cares, with our hearts pricked by injustices....Let's get "IN THE MOOD!"
PEACE out of CHAOS
INSPIRATION out of DISCOURAGEMENT
BLISSFULNESS out of LONELINESS
SERENITY out of SORROW
MENU: Spinach, Kale & Arugula Salad with Mango Dressing with Baked Chicken paired with Vanilla Chai Tea
Join Us here on MY SOUL BTR at 6:30p est THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2014
Self Reliance: There’s now no shortage of ‘green options’ for us to choose from and we’ve been given the impression that as long as we behave in certain ways and buy the right products, we’re doing the best we can. This simply isn't true. And is in fact the slippery slope that leads right back into the system we are intent on escaping. The goal is to buy less. Use what you have. And apply pragmatism and common sense.
We reject it because of its inherent inequity, lack of thoughtful design, and it's inevitable self annihilation. The farm and it's residents have set out to redefine what resistance to the system looks like. No longer will we fight the battle for quality of life, for the survival of our species, in the streets of the urban dystopia. Whose streets? Goes the chant. Not mine. They can have them. Those streets are the capillaries and arteries of the machine. The machine that is steadily churning this world, our environment, our humanity, steadily down the conveyor belt towards the end.
No longer will we have our heads busted In by the lackeys and jack boot thugs of the barons. Pepper sprayed point-blank eye lids pried open by leather gautlets; hog tied and dragged down the street face bouncing on the concrete; ridiculed by the goose necking mindless minions watching their televisions and pointing their fingers. No longer will we be incarcerated for exercising our right to peaceful civil disobedience. Conveniently forgotten for an extra week or two in a putrid, dank cell, for a simple misdemeanor. No longer will police thug batons meet their mark. Have the streets. They're yours. We will be in the field, in the workshop, in the development center, building something new. Something better. For I have finally learned, destruction and creation are mutually exclusive; they cannot be undertaken simultaneously. This is the totality of Revolution.