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We are talking to Darren Whittaker on tonights show! Here is some backround from the man himself.
I started keeping reptiles around 97/98.
I have loved reptiles all my life, just like sharks the ocean and fishing.
Although I don't go to the beach anymore as I get rolled back into the water by green peace. :-)
My passion started when I got hands on with a RBB when I was around 10 or 11 years of age.
Was addicted ever since, although my parents would never let me have a reptile and my dad thought they should all be dead there was no way they could stop me getting one...eventually.
So that changed when I bought a house in '97 and got my first snake not long after that.
My parents now love the scaly little critters which is nice.
A few species I'm glad I kept, some shitty MD morph and some crappy striped jungles. :D
I currently keep MDs, Barkley locale Stimmies, Blonde Macs, normal Macs, T+ children's, Het albino Macs, water pythons, coastal carpets, albino Darwin's, womas, RSPs, B&W jungles, olives and some beardies for the kids.
I think that's it.
I am really getting into the genetics now, I'm loving all these different mutations and wonder what their combinations will create.
One of the things I noticed 8-10 years ago whilst visiting pet shops, that most customers didn't care what locality an animal was from, most had no idea what Georgetown stimmy was and didn't care, they just wanted a pretty snake.
I said then that people will buy what they like the look of over any specific locale, it is only those that are more into their locales that care. The average punter just wants a cool looking snake.
I am trying to concentrate on visually appealing snakes these days, eventually a whole heap of new morphs!
We have remained silent concerning the Atlanta Public School scandal so that "justice" could take its course. Now, that the "truth" has been revealed and several Atlanta public schools administrators and teachers were adjudged guilty by a jury of their peers and sentenced for racketeering convictions related to a massive standardized test cheating scandal, Attorney Sherri Jefferson will share her thoughts on the "Real Lesson to be Learned."
This episode will discuss how cheating adversely affects the lives of our children, the moral and legal issues of the jury decisions, the tactics that still exist at and through the Atlanta Public School that promotes the environment that is conducive to the conduct exhibited by their adminsitrators and teachers.
Attorney Jefferson will discuss how the jury verdict will not change the APS culture.
Southern Sense is a show of conservative talk on news and events, with Annie "The Radio Chick" Ubelis as host and Dan Butcher, Pundit Press as co-host.
Informative, fun, irreverent and politically incorrect, you never know where we'll go, but you'll love the journey!
Guest: Doug Briney embodies all things country: His personality is warm and inviting, some would say down-to-earth, recalling the disposition of many a Southern Gentleman from yesteryear. With a 2013 Independent Country Music Association Award, eight months on the Roots Music Report charts, international airplay and live performances at CMA Fest, Rodeo Alaska, The Iditarod, The Grinder’s Switch Hour, Alaska State Fair, Hard Rock Café Nashville, Silver Dollar Saloon and Dan McGuiness’ on Music Row, among countless others, this God-fearing road warrior, with the warm baritone voice and love for all things southern, has released his aptly titled Super Country Cowboy. On this album, Doug has created a tasteful blend of yesterday's traditional country roots and today's radio-friendly contemporary sounds, to invoke all the best that is American: Love of God, Family and the US of A. http://www.dougbriney.com/
This show is dedicated to: Decorated NYPD Officer Brian Moore, who died Monday with his stricken family at his hospital bedside.
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Writing a quality contract and not getting taken advantage of is only 1/2 the battle. The Contract should also create a framework for a successful project and relationships between all of the parties. Not including specific provisions or short cutting the process and cost you big time. Listen in for strategies to help you succeed in your contracts. We will also be taking open forum questions as part of our new show format. First, will also be covering our weekly tax and legal tips and then I will be fielding questions on Tax Strategies, Asset Protection, Estate Planning and Business Planning. We NEED and WANT your INPUT and Feedback. Mat and Mark will be doing their best to answer your questions, and if I don't have the answer for you, I will find it.
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The show will broadcast LIVE Tuesday, May 5th, at 11am PST / 2 EST. You can call in and listen LIVE on the road at 646-200-4285, or listen in here.
When you see Joanna Pascale's website, you'll see the quote from her regarding her new project. She says, "Wildflowers grow unter the most unlikely circumstances. You'll find them in the most unlikely places. From the beginning, that's how my journey has been."
Joanna Pascale IS a "Wildflower." Strong and resilient, unexpectedly beautiful and unique. Her presence in the world of Jazz is appreciated - this writer speaks for many. She LOVES the music, is grateful for the Masters and Mistresses that came before her, and dearly craves to bring those voices from the past to YOU - in her OWN voice :) And what a gift that is!
When Joanna was attending Philadelphia's High School for the Creative and Performing Arts, a fellow student and friend was Bilal. He joins her on "Wildflower", as does someone who has known her for equally as long. That's the well-respected pianist - and producer for this album - Orrin Evans. Who else is on this spectacular effort is enough to make your ears burn until the end of 2015! Let's just say The BEST of the Best.
The new work from Joanna comes at a time when a successful ten-year run at Philly's Loew's Hotel was coming to an end. Sad as it was for all concerned, it gave our guest wings. She was ready to get involved in HER music, having blessed other artists with her vocals on THEIRS. She still has her day job at her alma mater, Temple University, and she reaches hundreds of students each year with her teaching abilities. But this is where Joanna shines in a particular way. She won't touch a song unless she feels it. When she soaks her soul into the meaning of a classic, it's like you never heard the song before NOW. This Lady Was Born To Sing.
Join Joanna and me on 5/5 - your ears will thank you!
This Can't Be Happening (TCBH) is a five time Project Censored award-winning online news writer collective. From their web site: "Our goal is to give you the stories you aren’t getting from the corporate media, or to give you the stories you are getting from them, but from a different, and more honest, perspective."
Program Summary: May 5, 2015
1st Hour - a pre-recorded segment of TCBH radio from the Progressive Radio Network (PRN.fm) hosted by Dave Lindorff which airs every Wednesday 5pm (Eastern)
2nd Hour - RFK goes live with TCBH contributor John Grant. John Grant is a writer/photographer/filmmaker living just outside Philadelphia’s city limits. He has worked as a newspaper reporter and has published both fiction and non-fiction. Starting in the 1980s, he traveled to Central America and other places as a documentary photographer for publication and for exhibits of his own large prints. He shot and edited an 80-minute documentary film called "Second Time Around" about a seriously wounded Vietnam veteran who chose to live and work in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 35 years after his first tour there. John has been to Iraq twice during the war, once as an observer critical of the war and once as a cameraman on a documentary film.
Mujaddid Warith Deen Mohammed & The Sacred Life Project
1st HOUR: Audio files from the many speeches given by Mujaddid Warith Deen Mohammed over his 33 year mission the revitalize the religion of Al-Islam in American.
2nd & 3rd HOUR: The Sacred Life Project with Imam Faheem Shuaibe discuss Qur'an and the language of Mujaddid Warith Deen Mohammed in relationship the the mission and purpose of human life and the execution of that life.
Encore from 04/23/2013
Our guest this morning is Jim Babylon. Jim retired from the Denver South Metro Fire Rescue in 2011 after 22 years of service.
Currently Jim divides his time between his company Covenant All Risk Consulting and South Metro Fire where he currently works part time as the special operations coordinator.
Jim has been a paramedic since 1996 and in EMS since 1979. He spent nine years working as a paramedic on the streets of Denver.
During the 1990s he served as an instructor for the Domestic Preparedness program for NBC Terorrism. Jim is certified as a Nuclear, Biological & Chemical Terrorism Subject Matter Expert by the Department of the Army.
Some of his work includes the authoring of the Denver-Aurora regional MMRS decontamination standard operating guide, sub-contractor on the Puget Sound regional mass casualty plan and co-author of the state of Maryland EMS triage system training program.
Jim speaks frequently on the subjects of: hazmat, EMS, responding to ultra-violent events and incident management.
He is also a member of the Emergency Volunteer Project.
The EVP provides responders to Israel during national emergencies to allow their responders to fulfill their military obligations.
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Global Product Management Talk is pleased to bring you episode 012 of...
The Everyday Innovator with host Chad McAllister, PhD.
The podcast is all about helping people involved in developing and managing products become more successful, grow their careers, and STANDOUT from their peers.
Our Guest: David Paulson has over 20 years of product development experience and still remembers his first day at work. That’s when he found out how inefficient the product development process was. He’s been working to fix that ever since.
Highlights from the discussion include:
Apply Lean product development to cut time to market in half and create successful products – something all innovators want to know how to accomplish!
Lean has many different definitions, but in the product development context, it has three specific characteristics: (1) focus on value to the customer, (2) rapidly learn, and (3) maximize desired results while minimizing effort.
In addition to the benefits of creating more profitable products, applying Lean product development also impacts the organizational culture, resulting in happier and more effective employees.
First time David applied Lean product development to a project, the time-to-market decreased from the expected 30 months to 12 months, finished 20% under budget, and generated an additional $3 million profit by being early to market.
Good books on the topic of Lean product development are from Don Reinersten, including “Managing the Design Factory” and “The Principles of Product Development Flow.” Read “Managing the Design Factory” first.
The words we speak have power and energy. Yet every day we let all sort of negativity into minds and out of our mouths. For the next few weeks we will be replacing negative thoughts with positive words and energy. Your words have the power to create or destroy.
This is another one of the choices we have during this gift called life to project positivity in all aspects of our lives.
Tune in weekly as Rev J explores what positivity can do for you.
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It's Happy Birthday to US! That's right, your friends in podcasting, Dean Haglund and Phil Leirness, are celebrating 8 years of changing the way people listen to the internet. So, hop into the backseat, buckle up, and take to the open road with Dean and Phil as they discuss the ways filmmakers can make motion picture and television production more environmentally-friendly, and then as they regale you with tales of a red carpet premiere of a new horror film for Crackle at the Sony Picture Studios in Culver City.
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