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We gearing up for the final leg of awards season with an in-depth talk about tonight's Screen Actors Guild Awards, the Producers Guild awarding "Argo" and revealing the winners of the first annual Circuit Awards chosen by the AwardsCircuit.com writers.
One of our listener's called in and asked us if we would talk about the "Preachers Circuit." At the same time, Brother Frank submitted this story line for us to develop along with some vital content!
Many preachers work very hard to develop their public speaking acumen...if you can put "butts in the seats" then you can get on the circuit and GET P-A-I-D!!
This is a very lucrative revenue stream for preachers who are friendly and are willing to "play the game" (quid pro quo) one hand washes the other. In other words, you invite me to your church, conference or revival and let me "spit" and then I'll do the same for you.
All expenses paid, entertainment, gifts and cash, along with opportunities to sell books and tapes and the all powerful "love offering." It's irresistible! Once again, we goin' in!
We're talking last minute Oscar jitters, chatting about who will win, who should win, and what we can expect from the show and host Seth MacFarlane.
Also, announcing the sixth season WINNER of Academy Idol. Amour vs. Zero Dark Thirty. Which film will be crowned by YOU?
In this episode of Monday Madness: The Health & Fitness Show, your fitness experts will talk about Circuit Training. What is circuit training and why is it effective is the topic. Many gyms offer circuit training . . . a combination of exercises combining cardio, strength training and muscle building exercises . . . all located in a specified area of the gym. Circuit training can be an effective way to lose weight and obtain optimu health and fitness. Call Ken Williams and Tiffany Santana with your questions about circuit training and how best to achieve your goals with this kind of workout. Call 1-914-338-1541 with your questions or to listen. Visit www.blogtalkradio.com/sandhcn for details about Monday Madness and other shows on the Stovall & Hoggard Communications Network on blogtalk radio.
On today's broadcast:
Is Marriage Equality Really In Trouble Now That A Federal Court Reinstated Bans In Four States? Feminism Support from Men a Win-Win for Equality; Comparing the 6th Circuit Ruling to the Others; Marriage Equality Gets a First Class Ticket to the Supreme Court; and so much more!
That's Sunday, November 9th, 2014 at 11:30AM (ET)/8:30 (PT)! on Equality Updates with Marcinho Savant!
I find it baffling that human beings are unable, and unwilling, to remember to love one another, and to "do unto others, as we would have them do unto us", in today's world. and, as usual, we welcome your calls, thoughts, and opinions! Be sure to call in at : (760) 283-5125!!!
Join us! That's today, 11/9//14, at 11:30AM (ET)/8:30 (PT)! Exclusively on #blogtalkradio!
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Awards Circuit Power Hour Episode 32: FYC Telethon, Ann Dowd
We are joined by Ann Dowd, National Board of Review Winner from "Compliance" and you give us your recommendations for the Year End Awards!
The teams were out on the track for practice today at, the Circuit of the Americas. Taking the helm during practice was the Mercedes AMG team, the 2014 constructors’ champions, with Lewis Hamilton slightly ahead of teammate Nico Rosberg. Both drivers experienced slight mechanical problems with Hamilton’s car, having the more significant of them. This left fans wondering, will the last three races come down to, reliability problems?
The top five after FP2 were Hamilton, Rosberg, Alonso, Ricciardo, and Massa. Four-time champion and winner of the 2013 USGP Sebastian Vettel, was the slowest of the field and will start at the back of the grid in 18th, due to a gearbox change penalty. Daniel Ricciardo is the only driver who is still within striking distance of the driver’s championship, and was only 1.3 seconds behind leader, Lewis Hamilton.
Valtteri Bottas with Williams-Martini did not go out in FP1, which allowed Williams test driver Felipe Nasr to make a run. Bottas finished 11th, but have not forgotten that this is the track where he gained his first championship points in 2013.
Fans did not seem bothered by the absence of Caterham F1 and the Marussia teams. Both teams were placed under administration recently and only Marussia seems to have a ray of hope, for new buyers. This leaves a field of 18-cars for Sundays race. As several of the independent teams continue to struggle, some team principals are looking for changes to be made that will control cost and include more consideration for independent teams.
The 18-car dilemma caused the format for qualifying to be altered. In a recent meeting, the stewards decided that the slowest 4-cars in Q1 will not take part in the session, and the slowest 4-cars in Q2 will be eliminated from taking part in Q3. If you are confused, email us at email@example.com and tell us what you think, they should have done.
Starting from pole position, the fifth race of the season was a boon for Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg who wins his first race since last year in Brazil. Rosberg, drove a near perfect race and stayed out front for most of the race. After becoming frustrated with his dwindling chances of a drivers championship, Rosberg was close to giving up as he had to stand back and watch his teammate Lewis Hamilton, win race after race. Now, Rosberg feels as if he has the momentum heading into Monaco, his home race.
Throughout the race, Rosberg had a comfortable lead ahead of Hamilton who finished second, followed by, Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel who was second for most of the race but finish, third. Tire degradation was an Achilles heel for Hamilton and some of the others as they fought to overtake one another while trying to take care if the tires. A pivotal part during the race that ate into Lewis Hamilton’s time was when he went in for his first pit stop. The stop was slow and delayed for reasons that were not clear. Hamilton still leads in points for the drivers championship with Rosberg and Vettel close enough to keep hope alive.
Valtteri Bottas with Williams-Martini racing continued to impress fans by finishing fourth and Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen, fifth. Bottas teammate Felipe Massa was sixth, Daniel Ricciardo seventh and Roman Grojean of Lotus, eighth. The was some great wheel-to-wheel racing on display during the last 3 laps when hometown driver Carlos Sainz Jr., battled with Toro Rosso teammate Max Verstappen for tenth position, then quickly got out in front of Russian driver, Daniil Kvyat, and took ninth. The Manor-Marussia team, was hanging in there with the big boys on the track, while second hometown hero Fernando Alonso, was force to retire due to brake failure, but almost ran over his pit crew when he overshot the garage. His teammate at McLaren- Honda Jenson Button, finished 16th
Assistant State Attorney Gino Feliciani for Circuit Court Judge Group 37
Gino Feliciani has been an attorney for 23 years and has been serving the State of Florida for 22 of those years. In 1991 he began his career at the Office of the Public Defender for the 18th Circuit of Florida in Sanford. While at the Public Defender’s Office Gino tried nearly 100 cases ranging from misdemeanor offenses to serious felony offenses.
In 1997 Gino was recruited by the State Attorney’s Office in Seminole County to prosecute Sex crimes and Child Abuse Cases. Gino has also served as County Court Division Chief, Felony Division Chief and is presently the Sex Crime and Child Abuse Division Chief, a position he has held since 2008. Gino has tried nearly 100 cases as a prosecutor and between 2005 and 2009 tried 10 First Degree Murder cases. Gino is a member of the Multi-Disciplinary Task Team for the Kid’s House of Seminole and has served for the past seven years. Gino was also an active board member of the Sexual Assault Victim Services for Seminole and Brevard Counties from 2010 to 2014.
What Qualities makes a "Good" Judge?
What Questions should voters ask Candidates for Judgeships?
What is the State of Our Judicial System today?
What has happened to the "Rule of Law"
What is a "Victimless" Crime?
Legislating from the Bench.
What is "Common Law Grand Jury"?
Adam Tate and Joey Barnes of Tribute Racing team with Christopher DeHarde from Motorsport.com live from the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas. The trio discuss the Tudor United SportsCar Championship race that took place at the track earlier in the day, and look ahead to the World Endurance Championship race, the 6 Hours of COTA on a jam packed Lone Star Le Mans weekend.
In today’s consumer electronics designs, everything must be smaller, lighter and faster. The technology must never lose connectivity. Users spend countless hours of hands-on time with their devices and, as a result, they represent the biggest electrostatic discharge (ESD) threat. This session addresses various circuit protection applications – from touchscreens and rapid recharging to communications ports – identifying the problems and best solutions for both ESD and lightning surge protection.
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