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ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW RADIO IS CHANGING IT'S NAME FOR ONE DAY TO #OTEPRADIO Otep is an American nu metal band formed in the fall of 2000 in Los Angeles, California fronted by singer #OtepShamaya have released two EPs, six studio albums, and one live album. As of December 2013, is no longer on a record label. Otep just performed on Knotfest 2014 to amazing crowds of thousands and thousands of her tribe (her fans) to rave reviews. Today we celebrate Otep's birthday with all of her fan voted music. CALL IN LIVE AND REQUEST YOUR FAVORITE OTEP SONGS 619--638 -8513..
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For all you Metal heads out there, tonights episode will feature the most gothic, the most brutal and the hottest lead singer in Metal music history: Otep Shamaya. She has released music and toured for 12 years and she is here on The Brian Fernandez Show talking about her latest album Hydra. You guys can buy her music on Amazon, iTunes and wherever music is sold. Follow the host on Twitter: @bfernandez17 and follow Otep on Twitter: @otepofficial.
OTEP is our Special Guest for Thursday's show. Otep OTEP is our Special Guest for Thursday's show.
OTEP is our Special Guest for Thursday's show. Otep is an American nu metal band formed in the fall of 2000 in Los Angeles, California fronted by singer . We talk a tour and ever Syria. Also, Apple&
SPEICAL EDITION CTUSA:
Otep Shamaya is an artist, activist, a 2010 GLAAD nominee, & intellectual loudmouth with a fearless passion for justice & the preservation of the arts.
Current album; HYDRA
Get it here: http://www.amazon.com/Hydra-Otep/dp/B00A8ZZ30O
Tour dates https://www.facebook.com/otepofficial/app_123966167614127
Despite a rebound in the U.S. economy, many leisure companies have seen their share prices stay flat on a YTD basis, as higher gas prices and cold weather have prevented many from spending on discretionary items or vacations.
SeaWorld Entertainment (SEAS) is truly having a year to forget, largely thanks to its most recent earnings report, and the impact of an ongoing public relations issue. In fact, the stock is down over 30% YTD, largely thanks to a recent earnings miss which sent shares of SEAS plunging to new depths in August trading. John Hargrove talks about his time at Sea World and about what he would like to see Sea World do and also his new book .
When it comes to Internet speeds, the U.S. lags behind much of the developed world.
Clocking in at the top of the list was Seoul, South Korea, where Internet users can get ultra-fast connections of roughly 1000 megabits per second for just $30 a month. The same speeds can be found in Hong Kong and Tokyo for $37 and $39 per month, respectively.
OTEP FANS - WHICH SONG DID YOU VOTE TO HEAR ON OUR SHOW?? HERE IS A HINT IT IS ON #OTEP ALBUM #HYDRA ....
Your mother isn't the only one who wants you to eat right and exercise. Employers are increasingly prodding their workers to lose weight and get more active.
Companies are going beyond just handing out pedometers and offering Weight Watchers. Now more are measuring waist sizes, recording body fat levels and penalizing those who carry around too many extra pounds.
Wellness programs have been around for years, but they are evolving. Companies are doing more biometric screenings, where they measure metricssuch as waist circumferences, cholesterol, glucose (sugar levels) and blood pressure, using independent third-party vendors to protect confidential employee data.
The thermometer showed a 103.5-degree fever, and her 10-year-old’s asthma was flaring up. Mary Bolender, who lives in Las Vegas, needed to get her daughter to an emergency room, but her 2005 Chrysler van would not start.
The cause was not a mechanical problem — it was her lender.
Ms. Bolender was three days behind on her monthly car payment. Her lender, C.A.G. Acceptance of Mesa, Ariz., remotely activated a device in her car’s dashboard that prevented her car from starting. Before she could get back on the road, she had to pay more than $389, money she did not have that morning in March.
“I felt absolutely helpless,” said Ms. Bolender, a single mother who stopped working to care for her daughter. It was not the only time this happened: Her car was shut down that March, once in April and again in June.
This new technology is bringing auto loans — and Wall Street’s version of Big Brother — into the lives of people with credit scores battered by the financial downturn.
A customer is slapped with fees when they use an ATM that's not owned by their bank, and those fees jumped 5% in the past year, according to Bankrate.
On average, a customer is charged a total of $4.35 for each transaction.
People are getting smarter and avoiding out-of-network ATMs as much as they can, said Bankrate's chief financial analyst Greg McBride. But that's part of the problem. Banks are hiking fees to make up for the loss.
In the past five years, ATM fees have skyrocketed 23%,
And overdraft fees are on the rise for the 16th year in a row, according to the survey of 10 major U.S. banks. On average customers get hit with a $32.74 charge every time they try to withdraw more money than they have in the bank.
Hefty bank fees will probably always be a reality. But the good news, McBride said, is that both "ATM fees and overdraft charges can be avoided completely."
After forgiving millions of dollars in medical debt, Occupy Wall Street is tackling a new beast: student loans.
Marking the third anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street movement, the group's Strike Debt initiative announced Wednesday it has abolished $3.8 million worth of private student loan debt since January. It said it has been buying the debts for pennies on the dollar from debt collectors, and then simply forgiving that money rather than trying to collect it.
In total, the group spent a little more than $100,000 to purchase the $3.8 million in debt.
Your medical information is worth 10 times more than your credit card number on the black market.
Last month, the FBI warned healthcare providers to guard against cyber attacks after one of the largest U.S. hospital operators, Community Health Systems Inc, said Chinese hackers had broken into its computer network and stolen the personal information of 4.5 million patients.
Security experts say cyber criminals are increasingly targeting the $3 trillion U.S. healthcare industry, which has many companies still reliant on aging computer systems that do not use the latest security features.
"As attackers discover new methods to make money, the healthcare industry is becoming a much riper target because of the ability to sell large batches of personal data for profit," said Dave Kennedy, an expert on healthcare security and CEO of TrustedSEC LLC. "Hospitals have low security, so it's relatively easy for these hackers to get a large amount of personal data for medical fraud."
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