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On Todays Show - Region 1 of COCI has first meeting since TP - Gimmi Jimmy speaks out - Police continue harrasssing clubs across the country - Justice of the Peace W.H. “Pete” Peterson is first to fall from case - Pete was on the scene at TP to prononce victims dead - Victims can not get a fair trial before any Waco JOP's - Mass Biker Arrests are about profits for certain private owned companies -
All That BS and more at Txas Biker Radio #68
Natural Hair Texas is an organization that supports healthy hair, healthy living and healthy community. They discuss and educate hair care, maintenance, and the politics of having natural hair (hair without straightening chemicals). In today’s segment, we’re going to be talking about “Natural Hair in the Corporate Jungle”, with guests Briana Flowers Belardo, Nicole La Toya Leonard and Tameka Smith.
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Truth Be Told ~ If You Want Millions of Dollars You Go Where The Money is and Become A Student ~ Join Us This Saturday New York 9:00 PM Texas 8:00 PM California 6:00 PM BlogTalkRadio USA Your Free Opportunity To Hear From Men Who Have Made Millions After Going To Prison and Being Told That You'll Never Work Again Because of Your Felony Conviction ~ Guest Jay Morrison, also known as "Mr. Real Estate" is a real estate investor, realtor, TV personality, entrepreneur, social activist and CEO and founder of the Jay Morrison Brand and the Jay Morrison Academy, an online real estate school and mentorship program.
A high school dropout, at risk youth and three time felon, Jay made a major life transformation for the better over a decade ago and now uses his life experiences and personal story of triumph to empower and impact the lives of thousands of his Academy students, troubled youth, ex-offenders and real estate professionals. Jay made it his mission since the beginning of his journey to teach the value of wealth building, home ownership and financial literacy to those who were historically not provided this critical information.
In September 2014, platinum selling rapper Young Jeezy donated $1,000,000 to the Academy on behalf of his Street Dreamz foundation, to fund the scholarships of over 1,000 men and women who are facing financial and social adversity and looking for alternative ways of earning income. The scholarship was contributed as part of the “Another Way Out” campaign.
Yes let’s all shed a tear for one fricking lion in Zimbabwe where people are killed by lions all the time. I guess that’s OK with liberal idiots though. Not to mention the poverty, inflation and fear of their own government that every Zimbabwean experiences every day. It really is beyond us how people can get even mildly upset about this when human babies in the USA are being killed and then ghouls from “Planned Parenthood” dissect and sell them because they want a Lamborghini. Crickets! Trump is leading the GOP pack and yes more Hispanics like him than Jeb “The Panderer” Bush. It is pretty illuminating. We will also discuss Hillary’s sinking numbers. Also, more flag bikinis.
Meet author Janna Beatty. I'll be ''chatting' with her about her book, Quintessential Style.
About the book:
People dress daily…yet most don’t look in the mirror and feel attractive and confident. People LOVE talking about this topic! Qstyle shifts from fashion to personal style. We all have personal essence, and expression of that essence is our style. I communicate the fundamentals of style. Suddenly it becomes a logical formula instead of an emotional or external experience. The result is confidence.
Topics of interest:
-Your closet is a river, not the Dead Sea. Why don’t we get rid of stuff?
-There are only 3 things you need to know to make your wardrobe work, so you look and feel great.
-Make your wardrobe (I call it your “private collection”) better and better, not just fatter and fatter when you shop.
-How to dress skinny: Three simple questions to determine your ideal silhouette.
About the author:
Janna Beatty loves her clients who have trained her well, and is passionate about her life’s work. She lives in the Heart of Texas, is co-author of Quintessential Style Cultivate and Communicate YOUR Signature Look. It is a no nonsense style guide for every woman. Formerly she worked as anchor at one of the country’s top 100 television stations and has a degree in Communications.
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Karen Gresham Nickell, BA, CHT, entered this lifetime with the gift of insight. She is a Psychic Medium & Clairvoyant, a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist and Licensed Educator in the state of Texas. Her specialty is helping individuals remove hidden blocks that are preventing them from achieving their goals. Karen offers Psychic Readings and Clinical Hypnotherapy to individuals, entrepreneurs and cultural creatives.
SHARING THE STORY
Why is it so important for trauma and domestic violence victims to tell their stories? Are they just sharing cautionary tales, or does the telling make a difference?
It turns out that telling a trauma narrative does help with recovery for victims. Research also shows that sharing the story can also help minimize psychological effects that can follow. At least one organization recognizes this and has helped survivors with the telling in at least one special project.
Brian Pinero is the chief programs officer at the National Domestic Violence Hotline and its youth-focused program, loveisrespect. He’s going to talk with us about a project designed to facilitate survivors’ stories and the results of that project. Prior to joining The Hotline, he supervised youth shelter services, was an investigator at Child Protective Services and worked as a juvenile probation officer. Brian is a member of the National Advisory Board for Crisis Text Line and holds a master’s degree in social work from the University of Texas.
Join us Saturday as we explore the importance of telling the story and how we can do that effectively. Call-in to share how your story or that of others has helped you deal with life experiences. (646) 378-0430.
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