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Bone marrow, stem cell and blood transplants, oh my! Join us for an exclusive broadcast where we discuss all things transplant with Susan K. Stewart (Executive Director, BMTInfoNet.org) Dr. Amir Steinberg and survivor Sara Patterson. Survivor spotlight on young adult testicular survivor Thomas Cantley.
SO SAYS A HARVARD GRADUATE. HEY HARVARD YUSE CHUMPS NOT LOOKING GOOD. DAT SHEEPSKIN DON'T MEAN A THING IF IT AIN'T GOT THAT SWING. YUSE BOYS BETTER SWING BACK TO THE AMERICAN SIDE. NOBODY TRUST YOU. AS SOON AS WE HEAR HARVARD GRADUATE EVERYBODY SPLITS. TODAY IN A COUNTRY HALF COMMUNIST NATHAN HALE WOULD NEVER GO TO YALE. TWO MORE YEARS OF OBAMA BIN LENIN THE COUNTRY WON'T BE ABLE TO BUY BREAD MADE IN CHINA.
Inflammatory breast cancer accounts for 1 to 5 percent of all breast cancers diagnosed in the United States and tends to be diagnosed at younger ages. Tonight we welcome Terry Arnold (Founder, IBC Network Foundation) and Dr. Wendy Woodward to discuss this often misdiagnosed disease. Survivor Spotlight on Tolley St. Clair.
On last Thursday show, we asked at the end of the broadcast: Why are conservatives so angry and misinformed?
I believe it is because they are not very bright, and choose to believe crazy shit, and...they hate that the president is black.
Plus, I'll talk about crazy ass Carly Fiorina and the lies she told on "Real Time with Bill Maher."
Oh...has the new GOP Congress dome anything yet? NO.
2% of all chemicals are regulated for human safety and that is incredibly wrong. Join Lindsay Dahl (Deputy Director at Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families) and Lily Tse (Founder/CEO, ThinkDirty App) as we dive into the sketchy world of toxic chemicals, industry lobby groups, science suppression and more, and what you can do to make sense of it all and empower yourself to live a cleaner, healthier life. Survivor spotlight on Chris Wark,
So Rudy dropped a bombshell this week.
Let’s not get all riled up.
In case you were buried under snow, the former mayor of New York – His Honor Rudy the First – said he does not believe that Barack Obama loves America.
Yes it is stupid.
But let’s put it into context.
First, he said it at a political fundraiser. It was a fundraiser for Scott Walker who has no foreign policy cred. Rudy is giving him that – allegedly.
Second, Rudy is making money off this. This is what washed up politicians do. They say stupid shit for money.
Third, Rudy may be looking for a new gig either in higher office. He has to show off his far right muscle. After all, he was a mayor from liberal New York.
Fourth, Yes, he seems to be cashing in on – or using -- 9/11. Rudy appears to be playing the victim again. But who am I to denigrate his 9/11 experience? It was pretty harrowing and heroic on his part. Who knows maybe he has PTSD. Hey, he may legitimately be scared out of his wits about another 9/11. A lot of us are.
So I give him a break.
However, supporters of such inflammatory statements need to be smarter too.
You may believe what Rudy is saying. And that is fine.
But why wouldn’t you give any credibility to Obama’s stand on things.
Because he is trying to create a world that is less reliant on US military might, he is considered someone who hates Americans?
I think Obama is acting proactively. Sure, I understand there are some short-term security concerns. For all we know, ISIS could be plotting something here right now.
But why not credit the president for looking ahead, for looking at the long-range goals of foreign policy in the Middle East.
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Scott Cluthe talks with co-author Kieran Flanagan about her new book on human behavior and why so often the best intentions we have for business and the people we work with fall flat....and what we can do about it.
Kieran says we need: More Women on Top ! or is it just a good ole boys club in pantyhose ?
Survival of the species comes down to three basic instincts, say behavioural research strategists Dan Gregory and Kieran Flanagan—fear, self-interest and simplicity. These basic human behaviours come into play in all types of relationships, including those between businesses and customers. Selfish, Scared and Stupid: Stop fighting human nature and increase your performance, engagement and influence, demystifies these behaviours and examines the psychology behind why even the best ideas sometimes fail.
This book helps businesses design their organisations for reality rather than perfection, and also offers strategies to head off unprecedented levels of disengagement within, and outside, the business. It answers baffling questions around why the public sometimes fails to engage despite overwhelming data suggesting otherwise, why so many new products end up on clearance shelves and why so many great salespeople often fall short of their monthly targets.
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