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Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1963, Louis Pappas began his career on stage with the Drexel Hill Players in 1971. Also an accomplished pianist, he studied classical piano at Settlement Music School. In 1979, he moved to South Florida where he attended Broward College furthering his music education and taking creative writing. In 2004, he founded Angry Pig Productions with the idea of using the camera to bring about social change. His first film, "Off Ramps," a documentary dealing with the issue of the criminalization of the homeless population in his town, had a successful run being selected in five festivals out of only seven submissions. Since that time, he has written and directed several short films winning festival accolades and awards all over the world.
In recent years, Louis has also returned to acting, and has booked roles in several films including: "The Shift," starring Danny Glover, and "The Last Hit," where he plays the lead, a hitman who saves a young girl from a ruthless gangster.
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Kathryn Foster, Ph.D., is a psychologist in private practice in Ft Worth, Texas. With a masters degree in marriage and family counseling and a Ph.D. in psychology, she has practiced psychotherapy for 26 years. She has written two companions to The Naked Truth About Men (And Romance), one for couples (but written for men) What Women Want….Really! and another called When Your Relationship Changes. Her two novels are, Finding My Way and Sessions: Memoirs of a Psychotherapist.
Join us as Dr. Foster reveals the naked thruth and men and romance!
Michael Pallas will bring the heat on The Last Take. He won’t settle for anything less than giving you 100% honest opinion and facts. He will keep it real, as the saying goes. Every night (Monday-Friday), he will be giving you his final take on all of the week's big topics in the NFL, NBA, MLB and more.
Michael Pallas will discuss LeBron James opting out of his contract Cleveland and Russell Wilson's contract negotiations with the Seattle Seahawks. We will conclude the show with Home Run Derby talk and the changes MLB is making to this year's contest.
Today on The Last Word Podcast: The first name in sports talk radio, Tyler and Jeremy discuss Jim Harbaugh and Ondre Pipkins rocky "relationship," Dawson and Trice moving on to the NBA, and with Bo Ryan announcing his retirement for after next season, they predict the futures of U of M's and MSU's basketball programs.
Mr. Fantasy and The Big Jack are here for 2 hours on Sundays looking for the best fantasy baseball values. They're both playing Fanduel this season and will help you find the right players to hopefully win you some money. There are a lot of different strategies that players use; which one works best for you? They will also handle any of your questions about your yearly fantasy baseball team. If there's a NASCAR race expect to hear Chris Olmstead from www.Beyondthe Flag.com on to preview it and give you his 3 drivers with the best chance to end up in victory lane. Also Checkout www.SportsTimeRadio.com
Join AllPurposeRoto as they welcome Mike Clay from Pro Football Focus to the show. MIke is the Managing Editor and Director at Pro Football Focus. NFL Writer at NBC's Rotoworld and and ESPN. Mike is Numberr 1 the last two years for projecting rankings at Fantasy Pros weekly rankings accuracy.
Some key player evaluations we need . . .
Andre Johnson , Frank Gore, Ameer Abdullah, Stevie Johnson, Tavon Austin, Mike Wallace, Pierre Gacon and more. . . .
Pro Football Focus is home to some of the best and most thorough statistics on the web. Pass blocking effectivenss, 2nd down pass rush capabilities and more.
It is actually THE ONLY question anyone needs to ask and answer at this time. It is: "Am I going to repeat thrid density?" Many people have told me that they know that this is their last life time on and with this planet, but what they do not realize is that this means that they will end up repeating third density! Why? Because ONLY those who are service polarized evolve. What is service polarization? It is the development of the Self according to either positive or negative energy as one's path as purpose. Only what contributes energetically evolves. Self-service controls and manipulates. Serving others creates and manifests. What is left is being and living what is ONLY arbitrary. As it stands now about two million people are harvestable as what serves others positively. Those who are negatively polarized are also few in number. There is coming that time when those who are living arbitrarily experience the "ending of the world" as there is no coming back to planet earth evolution wise. Harvestability is not understood at all currently by people going about their business. There is a reason for this through the law of confusion, which is also the law of free will. Everyone chooses what to feel, sense, think, and envision making life what it is for each of us. existence gets on with the task at hand, which is evolving humanness into a greater and more unified ideal. Few realize this now. There is ONLY knowing the Self according to its Designed Intention, serving others, and aspiring to collectively ascend. Everything in and as life assists people in what service they wish to perform and evolve as. It is essential that people choose to serve others if they hope to ascend as one ideal. Nothing else matters as nothing else exists! At the highest levels of creation only collectives that have ascended exist. Individuality ceases at the third octave of sixth density acvcording to the RA. Time is running out... Choose wisely.
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I've read many reports and first hand accounts about how Bee Venom dissolves scar tissues.
I personally had a egg or avocado sized scar tissue on my left forearm. This was an old traumatized area.
I stung it about 12 times over 5 or 6 sessions. Now that last bit is pea sized or less. It's just back to healthy muscle now, no more deformities.
So let's do discuss Scar Tissue and the effects Bee Venom has on them.
I'm a pretty advanced BVT person, I tend to sting 10 - 20 times per session. I do 10 to my spine, then spot treat areas.
After your initial 40 back stings over a couple of months, if your detox is great, you can consider this. I personally feel stinging the arms, legs & head is a great addition to the lyme back treatments.
It feels like I'm dissolving many old, chronic structures.
We know scars block the body's energy pathways, the venom opens them up and let's it flow again.
Health is restored. The body obtains a sense of AWE!
A crazy thing happened to me last month. I ran out of prednisone and had to stop taking it, cold turkey.
Many of you know that you don't just go off prednisone cold like that. You're supposed to wean yourself slowly, or risk serious withdrawal symptoms.
In prednisone withdrawal, you can experience fatigue, flu-like symptoms, mood dips, inflammation and swelling, among other symptoms.
All of these symptoms flare up while your body gets used to making its own cortisol again.
Some quick background info on me: Seventeen years ago my diagnosis was autoimmune disease. Over the years, my symptoms have included rheumatoid arthritis in every joint of my body including my neck and rib cage, along with brain and nervous system symptoms, skin rashes, hormone imbalances, etc. Some doctors have told me that my autoimmune disease was triggered by lyme disease, and is now considered chronic lyme disease.
It's complicated, I know. What else is new?
So anyway, back to the prednisone. I was almost off of it, finally, after using it for a flare in symptoms that I experienced this past winter.
I ran out on a Friday. I thought I had another full bottle in the bathroom cabinet somewhere. But I could not find it anywhere! My prescription didn't have any refills and my doctor's office wouldn't be open until Monday.
I freaked out. This meant that my knees and fingers and wrists were going to swell. I was going to get night chills and a sore throat.
I went into emergency mode and...
You'll have to listen to the episode to find out more!
219 GreenConnect host Kathy Sipple speaks with Raphael Sbarge. Sbarge stars on TNT’s hit series Murder in the First and recurs on ABC’s Once Upon a Time. He has also directed and produced a documentary about climate change, Is There Hope for Planet Earth.
In the little free time that Sbarge has, he founded Green Wish, a nonprofit that helps local green organizations fund projects for their communities. Green Wish currently has chapters in Los Angeles; Lawrence, Kan.; St. Louis; Kansas City, Mo.; and Denver. Chapters are in the works in other cities, including Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. On why he founded Green Wish:
“After the birth of my daughter, I was struck by how strong and good I suddenly felt as a father. But I asked myself: What can I do and how can I contribute in any small way to leave the world a little better than when I found it, for Gracie?” – Raphael Sbarge, Huffington Post
See more info at www.greenwish.com
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