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Nissan hosted a Full-Line Product Review recently in Belle Meade, Tennessee. In addition to journalists having the opportunity to test-drive a wide variety of vehicles, several engineers and other persons were on-hand for demonstrations, interviews, and more.
ALAN GELL took time from his driving to interview ELSA FOLEY. Elsa is with Product Planning at Nissan Headquarters. She holds a degree in Industrial Engineering. Elsa was demonstrating the Rearview Camera option that is mounted as part of the interior rear-view mirror system. A simple flick of the mirror, much like in years past to change dim, and the rearview camera is activated instead of the mirror. The appearance is about the same except the camera "sees through" the headrests, cargo, moving children, and tall adults. The view is wider also.
The rearview camera is not yet an option on all the Nissan line-up. Listen in as Elsa Foley explains this new idea and plan for Nissan.
Life Through the Rearview Mirror, Part 2 will continue from last week's episode.
Special guest, recording artist, Hope Gatling, will be on the Journey to Legacy show sharing her talents and talking about her upcoming project.
Some of Hope's accomplishments come from her favorite memories including her first song she wrote in high school for their reflections contest, entitled, "Attached." She won first place and best original composition.
Hope is also known for singing jazz standards for banquets, weddings, and numerous events in Hampton Roads. As she embarks upon her own project release, Hope's message is to reach deep within her soul and inspire others, especially the youth through her gifts.
Are you constantly looking over your shoulder or in your rearview mirror? Are you being stalked? I will give the definition and characteristics of this behavior. Being that this is Domestic Violence Awareness Month sometimes stalking is connected to this after the victim leaves. It is intrustive and against the law. I will also try to give some insight to what to do if you are in this situation.
Thousands of readers have been captivated by the books of Stacy Juba. Stacy published her first book, a young adult novel, at age 18 and hasn't stopped writing since.
Stacy has written more than 2,000 articles and won over a dozen writing awards, including recognition from the New England Press Assoc, Parenting Publications of America, Suburban Newspapers of America and the Stuttering Foundation of America. She is a winner of theAmerican Cancer Society New England Chapter's Sword of Hope Media Award. After years working as a reporter, Stacy concentrates on writing fiction & freelancing.
Ms. Juba has written about Reality TV Contestants targeted by a killer, an obit writer investigating a cold case, teen psychics who control minds, twin high school hockey stars battling on the ice, and teddy bears learning to raise the U.S. flag. In fact, she pursues whatever story ideas consume her thoughts and call her to pen.
Stacy’s titles include the mystery novels Sink or Swim and Twenty-Five Years Ago Today, the children’s picture books The Flag Keeper and the Teddy Bear Town Children’s E-Book Bundle, and the young adult novels Face-Off and Dark Before Dawn.
She is also the editor of the newly released essay collection 25 Years in the Rearview Mirror: 52 Authors Look Back.
Stacy is a former journalist with more than a dozen writing awards to her credit.
Join us as we speak with Stacy of writing, inspiration, and the 25 Years in the Rearview Mirror tour. 9PM EDT, 8PM CDT, 6PM PDT. Call in @ 213-769-0952 or vist iour friendly chatroom.
Life will always have its challenges, yet it is meant to be perpetual until death. Tune in 11/24/13 at 8:00 am EST. Without movement, then you are not truly living. What happens when you can't move forward because you keep looking back? Look back on life only for a positive reflection to help you move forward. Today on the Journey to Legacy show, we will be discussing how to move on after a setback.
We always have 20/20 in the rearview mirror. Why can't we see things when they are right in front of us? Dr. Penn explores this dynamic. Understanding why we fool ourselves and how to prevent this is an invaluable tool in living a higher-functioning live.
NewMercury Media Presents:
PNN's News Director Rick Spisak is joined by Progressive Journalists to discuss 2013
Anthony Noel Communications Director, New Progressive Alliance
Gwen Holden Barry Host and Senior Producer "Here Be Monsters"
Hans Myers Progressive Journalist in Tallahassee
Luis Cuevas Executive Director Progressive Push
Steve Horn Progressive Journalist DeSmog Blog, FDL
Denis Campbell Executive Producer WorldView & UK Progressive Publisher
Some of Our Topics:
Assauge,Snowden,Manning Internet Spying USA debt default
Fracking's impact on water Keystone XL pipeline Weird weather
Fukushima Crisis Secret Dillbit spills Drones
Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan Destruction public unions Collapsable Factories
Fast food strikes Apple employee safety nets Stand your ground still?
Medical marijuana JP Morgan CASH OUT (taxpayer funded)
With the 2014 NFL Draft in the rearview mirror, we will examine what went down in Radio City from a Big Ten perspective.
We'll begin by breaking down how first-round picks Taylor Lewan (Michigan), Ryan Shazier (Ohio State), Darqueze Dennard (Michigan State) and Bradley Roby (Ohio State) will fit in with their respective NFL teams as rookies. In addition, we'll take a look at which players slipped, if there were any reaches, who are the sleepers, as well as the best undrafted free agents and players who can make an immediate impact in the NFL.
Finally we'll conclude our Draft recap show by taking a look ahead to the Class of 2015, which could be the best Big Ten crop in years.
Hosted by Daniel Mogollon & Lloyd Ribner III
A woman is driving way over the speed limit. Suddenly, she sees in her rearview mirror the flashing red and blue lights of a police car and hears the familiar wail of the siren. She pulls over, grabs her purse, and takes out her driver's license. The policeman approaches, takes her license, and returns to his car.
She wonders how much the ticket is going to be (she was way over the limit); she also worries about how she will be able to pay it. A few minutes later the policeman comes back and says, OK, Miss, what we are going to do, so that you don't have to face the penalty of the law again, is abolish the law. You no longer have to worry about the speed limit. call 2134010095
Jennifer Ouellette talks with Dave Goldberg about Ask a Physicist & THE UNIVERSE IN THE REAR VIEW MIRROR
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