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The fellas will breakdown all the action from college to the NFL from over the weekend. Log on and call in.
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Log on and get ready! An all new Southern Sports Centrl coming your way tomorrow morning fortwo solid hours strarting at 6am. We will break down the top games on the weekend in college football plus look at some of the high school matchups around the palmetto state. We wanna hear from you and your picks on this weeknds slate of college football. Plus we ask the question.... would you sit Winston if you were Jimbo Fisher?
The one good thing about repeating your mistakes is that you know when to cringe Alexander Solzhenitsyn
A.A. Conference Approved Myths
A Good Start on and Old Subject
By Dick B.
We begin with the following much-needed article from Pete’s Stuff. It incorporates the long-ignored Box 459 article that GSO has told at least one seeker that it couldn’t find the material. If you want to see an excellent and much longer discussion of this subject, go to the Hindsfoot Foundation site where Professor Glenn Chesnut lays this entire Conference Approved problem in terms of its real importance.
I receive questions about this all the time; and people at conferences, Central Offices, and meetings are confronted with the “conference approved” nonsense with great frequency. Any AA can read anything any time anywhere for any purpose inside or outside of A.A. And that includes comic books and computer manuals. There is no Tradition that says otherwise. There is no Tradition that can or should or will censor or “censure” what is presented at a meeting, whether in discussion or by reading or by literature on a table. And if someone thinks he’s found the mythical tradition, tell him the fact and then tell him the Traditions are not laws.
- See more at: http://rumradio.org/aa-meetings/mythsurban-legends-and-the-parroting-of-a-a-conference-approved-police/#sthash.OYy2LGN1.dpuf
Sturgis Nikides plays the blues but does it with a flavor of rock and roll, from its origins in delta blues to its far dark alternative edge. Together with the vocals of his partner in life and crime, Mandy Lemons, their music has found its home. Together they are Low Society and I will sit and chat with them about their journey as we listen to You Can't Keep A Good Woman Down, which dropped last week.
The band Hurricane Ruth consists of Hurricane Ruth LeMaster on vocals, Dave Lumsden on guitar, Gary Davis on bass and Jim Engle on drums. They originate from central/southern Illinois, packing venues throughout the region. Critics and fans hail their shows as powerful, raw, emotional and dynamic. Their new album, Born On The River, consists of 11 originals that prove their reputation as tthe Ultimate Blues Rock Experience. We'll talk about their road to this point and how they found each other in the world of music.
Then I am thrilled to have TWO COUCH KID NEW MUSIC SEGMENTS on the show.
First, Ms Rory Block returns with her latest gem, Hard Luck Child - A Tribute To Skip James, a full week before it releases! Rory and I will talk about what she has been doing since her last visit on June 17th of last year and explore her new album, the fifith in her Mentor Series.
Then Grady Champion returns to The Couch to talk about his new album, Bootleg Whiskey which dropped last month. Grady originally took a Seat On The Couch way back in January of 2012, and I am excited to have him return with the new album. We'll explore what he has been up to and reask a question we asked in his first interview, "If you had not won the IBC, would your career be the same?" to see if his answer is the same.
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Carson Buckingham knew from childhood that she wanted to be a writer and began, at age six, by writing books of her own, hand-drawing covers, and selling them to any family member who would pay (usually a dime) for what she referred to as “classic literature.” When she ran out of relatives, she came to the conclusion that there was no real money to be made in self-publishing, so she studied writing and read voraciously for the next eighteen years, while simultaneously collecting enough rejection slips to re-paper her living room…twice.
When her landlord chucked her out for, in his words, “making the apartment into one hell of a downer,” she redoubled her efforts, and collected four times the rejection slips in half the time, single-handedly causing the first paper shortage in U.S. history.
But she persevered, improved greatly over the years, and here we are.
Carson Buckingham has been/is a professional proofreader, editor, anthologist, newspaper reporter, copywriter, technical writer, novelist, short story writer and comedy writer. She loves reading and gardening; but not at the same time. Though born and raised in Connecticut, she lives in Arizona now—and Connecticut is glad to be rid of her!
Check out her blog at carsonbuckingham.blogspot.com
Authors of Hope I Don't Die Before I Get Old
Tracey and Mary Bowman were inspired to write their book,
while caring for their aging parents through chronic illness, fractured hips, surgery and death. As each other’s support network, they shared secrets and discoveries, tips and advice--amassing a wealth of wisdom on the topic.
Mary Boone Wellington, artist, inventor and businesswoman lives in The Great North Woods of NH. Discovering a world of frustration as she began to help her mother through her passage to old age, Mary Boone notes “The most surprising thing to me was how ineffective I was at making a real difference in my mother’s life. I had felt certain this “caregiving stint” was going to be a pleasant interlude of quality time spent with my beloved mom. Instead, it turned out to be incredibly stressful for us all.”
Tracey Bowman’s first exposure to caretaking was as an aide in a nursing home when she was 17. She later became a midwife completing her nursing degree at Rhode
Island College and her Master’s of Nurse-Midwifery at the Univ of Penn. She has spent 30 years taking care of mothers and babies. Currently she is a clinical teacher in the Nurse-Midwifery program at Yale Univ and maintains a private practice in southern New Hampshire. She says, “Even with all my knowledge as a nurse, I found
myself feeling overwhelmed and confused at times while helping my mother and father.
Our trip around the middle part of the U.S. has taken us to southern Mississippi. Here God has introduced us to some mighty men and women of God. Today's show will feature Ricky Bates. Ricky Bates was going to begin a career in the NFL when he blew out his knee. He then had an encounter with God about the choices he was making for himself vs. putting God first in his life. His story is filled with the joys and sorrows of life and how his choices have led to bad consequences or good consequences. Please enjoy this interview Dr. Pauline was priviledged to have with him while making the choices to follow God's leading into a part of the U.S. we had not originally planned to go.
UPCOMING EVENTS (www.dunamascenter.com):
Dr Pauline will be speaking to ICAN groups about Birth Traumatomology Syndrome (BTS) after cesearans and ideas for healing in the following locations:
Jackson, MS (Thursday, October, 23, 2014)
Springfield, MO (Tuesday, October 28, 2014)
November 8, 2014 - Choices for a Discerning Childbirth Seminar (Colorado Springs, CO)
Our website is currently being updated. Watch for our new website soon!
Dr Pauline's Proverbs Study, "Choices and Consequences" workbook will be available December 1, 2014.
Welcome to Music With Brooke Lovestone! Oct. 20, 2014 3:30PM Central Time!
This October at 3:30PM Central Time, I'll be interviewing: Poets, Writers, Award Winning Authors, Performance Artist, Directors, and Musicians! I'm your Host - Brooke Lovestone with guest: Award Winning Author - Alan Jankowski!
Alan Jankowski is the award winning author of over one hundred short stories, plays and poems. His stories have been published online, and in various journals including Oysters & Chocolate, Muscadine Lines: A Southern Journal, eFiction Magazine, Zouch, The Rusty Nail, etc... His poetry has more recently become popular, and 9-11 Tribute poem was used extensively in ceremonies during tenth anniversary of that tragic event.