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Cancer can ceate a real crisis and cause stress and loss of pride and dignity. Gettting income during this critical time can take a large burden off your back. Insurance that only pays others and not you is not really wise. Money you spend should always come back to you when theres an illness or injury. We will discuss why what you see on tv can cost as much as 30% more than what is available from an independent agent.
follow up of our event today at the wildwood house in nebraska city! also info on tickets to investigate with us in a local home! Very creepy house!!
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Are these movies about zombies warning us, if so how? What about all these movies on artificial intelligence? Are these movies trying to tell us something deeper than the surface? Why so many movies on the end of times or catastrophic events? We are going to dig deeper into these movies too see what they are trying to tell us.
As reported on NPR by Joseph Shapiro,
"In Augusta, Ga., a judge sentenced Tom Barrett to 12 months after he stole a can of beer worth less than $2.
In Ionia, Mich., 19-year-old Kyle Dewitt caught a fish out of season; then a judge sentenced him to three days in jail.
In Grand Rapids, Mich., Stephen Papa, a homeless Iraq War veteran, spent 22 days in jail, not for what he calls his "embarrassing behavior" after he got drunk with friends and climbed into an abandoned building, but because he had only $25 the day he went to court....people sometimes go to jail when they fall behind paying these fees.
Read the rest of Joseph Shapiro's story...
Alexes Harris is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Sociology at the University of Washington. Her degrees in the field of Sociology are from the University of Washington (B.A., 1997) and the University of California, Los Angeles (M.A., 1999; Ph.D., 2002). Her research and teaching areas include the juvenile and criminal justice systems. She is currently researching the process and consequences of Legal Financial Obligations assessed to individuals convicted of felonies in Washington State and the process of "re-entry" post conviction. Her research has been published in Law and Society Review, The Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, Race and Social Problems and is forthcoming in the American Journal of Sociology.
Carolyn Bendall, Fashion Critic and blogger (www.carolynbendall.com), discusses subjects, trends, or products within the beauty and fashion industry, focusing on Your True Colours, and how it applies to you, the individual.
Allison Fagundes is the founder of BusteeLady, which makes fashionable and supportive clothing for busty women. Fashion is Allison’s calling. Attending FIDM and LMU helped land her careers in apparel manufacturing and costume design. As she developed the brand concept, a particularly humiliating, but now funny moment, catapulted Bustees into reality. Bustees promotes health and wellness and supports 2 causes, one of which Allison directly encountered, breast and thyroid cancer.
Bustees designs bikinis with fit, fashion, as well as performance in mind. We want our clients to be beachside, or poolside, and only be focused on enjoying themselves as well as reveling in the fact they look fabulous! If a customer wearing our product goes to the beach and decides she wants to be a part of a pick-up game of volleyball, she will be left without a doubt knowing her curves are secure, properly supported, and she won’t have to worry about anything “popping out to say hello” no matter how active her day becomes. Bustees bikinis mimic the support of a brassiere, while maintaining better dimensional stability through the layering of performance textiles. In fusing these two ideas, you end up with an impressive product that will last.
First, check out Stings' TED.Com talk.
Next, have a listen to Soul's reflection on how this TED talk captures the philosophy of the journey you'll experience when you dive into Pay Me What I'm Worth.
To start your journey today, check out free samplings of Pay Me What I'm Worth.
Finally - join us to be able to answer "YES" - to this question: "Are you paid what you're worth?"
Happy Birthday Episode! 1 Year Anniversary
In this episode, we will talk about some of the best episodes in catching our spirit!
I will offer free readings in gratitude to all my 11,000 listeners!
Call in for reading on your spirit!
It's also my birthday and I would love to offer you a gift today!
Intuitive energy readings to help you Catch Your Spirit!
In our first podcast, we look at the reasons NOT to get a tax refund. Most American families do, to the tune of $3,000 per year, or $250/month. Problem is they are giving an interest-free loan to the government. Instead, give that money to yourself. Tune in and learn why and how!
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