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Mellissa Thomas is a Central Florida freelance writer, journalist, author, poet, speaker, and award-winning screenwriter. She lovingly overworks herself authoring several blogs, writing for several publications, and is Chief Editor of Orlando Fashion Magazine. She has also guest blogged on popular blogs, including Under30CEO and James Chartrand's Men with Pens.
With five years of U.S. Naval service and two college degrees (including one in Film), this introvert has lots of story ideas and practical life advice to share. Find out more at mellissathomas.com.
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The first 48 hours in Naples saw International Supremacy Bureau Agents Maia Highland and Roy Chambers face death on more than one occasion. Now, with the help of ISB’s Europe Lead Agent Evan Knightley, the duo’s race to find Tenderfoot intensifies given the untimely murder of Italy’s top ranking military official, who was involved in the case, and the treacherous quest for the truth behind the cryptic video message on Highland’s computer.
Idag skal vi snakke med Thomas fra FionaReptiles.
Thomas har en stor samling med mange forskellige reptiler. Alt fra kongepython og trynesnoge mutationer til ny kaledoniske gekko'er og malakit leguaner.
Vi glæder os til endnu en spændende episode, og håber også i gør!
Jack Thomas Smith made his feature film-directing debut with the psychological thriller “Disorder.” He was also the writer and producer of that film. “Disorder” was released on DVD by Universal/Vivendi and New Light Entertainment. It was released on Pay-Per-View and Video-On-Demand by Warner Brothers. Overseas, it screened at the Cannes Film Festival and the Raindance Film Festival in London. Curb Entertainment represented “Disorder” for foreign sales and secured distribution deals around the world.
Born in 1969 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Smith lived there until he was eight when his family relocated to a quiet island community in Michigan, which would later serve as the inspiration for his upcoming film “In the Dark.” He began to write at a very young age after reading the Stephen King novels “Salem’s Lot” and “The Shining.” By the time he was eleven, he had written a 300-page novel and a number of short stories.
Smith’s family moved to Sparta, New Jersey when he was a teenager. It was there in that middle-class town that he discovered the films of George A. Romero, Stanley Kubrick, Brian DePalma, and John Carpenter. Inspired to make movies, he wrote and directed a handful of short films that were shot on Super 8mm and starred his brother and friends in all of the roles.
In the non-canonical Gospel of Thomas, Jesus says, "Let him who seeks continue seeking until he finds. When he finds, he will become troubled. When he becomes troubled, he will be astonished, and he will rule over the All."
On this episode of EYE of the SEER, Bryan and Amanda discuss one of the many traps that spiritual seekers fall into. Is spirituality obligated to make us happy? Is happiness the end-goal of the spiritual life? What motivates people to engage a religion or spirituality? What is more important: full realization or peace of mind?
We attempt to answer these questions while asking some new ones.
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Join me on Faith Walk with Joyce White Tuesday May 26th from 7:30 - 8:30 pm EST. This week's topic is entitled Telling Your Story To Encourage Others. Yvette Pegues author, speaker, advocate, and 1st responder will be joining us sharing her testimony of faith. Next is Faith in the Workplace Minute with Miss Phyllis Wallace and special guest Brian Lacey who will be speaking with us about Networking for Your Business. Then Founding Editor and Co-Publisher of Pathfinders Travel Magazine Pamela Thomas will be talking about her travel site and other accomplishments. Our story of God's work in our lives can encourage others. Let those around you know that the God of the Bible is still at work today! Log onto faiHYPERLINK "http://www.faithwalkwithjoyce.com/"tHYPERLINK "http://www.faithwalkwithjoyce.com/"hwalkwithjoyce.com or call 347-237-4648.
Say Her Name! This episode is dedicated to the Black women and girls who died at the hands of the police. News about Alesia Thomas who was kicked to death by the LAPD. New developments in the case of Cleveland PD Officer Michael Brelo was acquitted of the shooting deaths of an unarmed Black couple, Malissa Williams and Timothy Russell. Drunken cop fires BB gun at kids playing in a church parking lot. LGBTQ soldiers finally get their own war monument. Activist Ashley Yates (aka BrownBlaze) and other arrested in Oakland, CA for breaking controversial nighttime curfew law in protests. Also the names of some of the dead are read, and much more. Tuesday, May 26, 6pm Pacific. Listen live or download for your convenience.
Catholic Founding Fathers - The Carroll Family
CHARLES CARROLL CARTER
George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, James Madison, Patrick Henry, Benjamin Franklin. Nearly every schoolchild recognizes them as the Founding Fathers. But there were a great many more Founding Fathers, even if their names are not so familiar as the above. Several of those lesser-known men who played key roles in the creation of the United States of America were Catholics.
George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, James Madison, Patrick Henry, Benjamin Franklin. Nearly every schoolchild recognizes them as the Founding Fathers signers of the Declaration of Independence, framers of the Constitution, heroes of the Revolutionary War.
There were a great many more Founding Fathers, however, even if their names are not so familiar as the above. Several of those lesser-known men who played key roles in the creation of the United States of America were Catholics. Chief among them were three members of the Carroll family of Maryland: Charles Carroll, the only Catholic signer of the Declaration of Independence; his cousin Daniel Carroll; and Daniel Carroll's brother John Carroll, who became America's first Catholic bishop.
Charles Carroll of Carrollton (1737-1832) was the most illustrious and best-known of the Carrolls. He was the only signer whose property Carrollton was mentioned in the Declaration of Independence. Carrollton was the 10,000-acre estate in Frederick County, Maryland, that Charles Carroll's father had given him on his return to America from his education in Europe.
At the time he signed the Declaration, it was against the law for a Catholic to hold public office or to vote. Although Maryland was founded by and for Catholics in 1634, in 1649 and, later, in 1689 after the Glorious Revolution placed severe restrictions on Catholics in England, the laws were changed in Maryland.
Tonight on Unraveling the Matrix... join Austin Thomas and the notorious Lee "The Mouth" Peer as they discuss social conditiontioning, and it's many adverse affects... including... the disdainful "FLAGGOTRY", anongst others... OPEN LINES.. 1-347-855-8301 and state your opinion... you will not want to miss this explosive show!!!!
Listen in as I speak about a young ladies story I heard today. Teen Domestic Violence is happening YES it's happening. This is definitley an issue we need to speak to our children about no matter what age. They need guidance. If they see you getting abused the chances of them going through the same thing is that much greater!
Make sure to tune in, be prepared to ask questions or even make comments!
Aaron Hamlin, executive director of The Center for Election Science, joins Modern Whig Radio to discuss approval voting, the way it differs from our current system, and the obstacles to its implementation.
Mr. Hamlin graduated from Northern Kentucky University with a bachelor of science in psychology and a minor in mathematics. He went on to receive his juris doctor from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Michigan, and also holds graduate degrees from Indiana University and Miami University, where he focused on statistics and research. He is a licensed attorney.
Mr. Hamlin is a frequent speaker at conferences around the country, and has been a consultant on voting procedures for both organizations and publicly elected officials in several states. He has also offered his expert opinion and analysis in articles published in Deadspin, Democracy Chronicles and Independent Voter Network.
"Nothing builds self-esteem and self-confidence like accomplishment." Philosopher Thomas Carlyle said that way back when and it still holds true, don't you think? Don't you feel fabulous after knocking out one of those projects or goals you've had your eyes on for a while? It boosts how you feel about yourself and gives you more confidence, right? Then what happens? If you're like most of us, you promptly forget about it and move on to the next thing to be done, leaving that fabulous feeling behind. We forget.
That's why this exercise of building a timeline of your own life's highlights makes so much sense! Tune in and hear how to keep that fab feeling so you can continually conquer thos bigger and better goals!
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