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A former Special Forces operative turned mercenary is subjected to a rogue experiment that leaves him with accelerated healing powers, adopting the alter ego Deadpool.
Derek and Hansel are modelling again when an opposing company attempts to take them out from the business.
"Yes, it’s ridiculous. It’s supposed to be."
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On this episode of The Majority Decision we talk about the passing of former UFC champion Kevin Randleman and his impact on the sport. It was announced that two retired MMA fighters are returning to the fight game. How will Chris Leban and Jason Miller fair in today's MMA? Plus, things got a little heated when Michael Bisping crashed Anderson Silva's public workout, has this fight been forgotten about?
All this and more every Sunday and Friday at 10 central.
Today's episode will be open phone lines to discuss the last two weeks of activity in Texas, including the Convention of States Texas meeting with Texas Governor Greg Abbott's staff regarding "The Texas Plan".
Our news segment will track Convention of States activity occurring around the nation. Then we'll share some of the exciting things happening here in Texas which have national implications. We'll open up for phone calls right away, and fill time with the news.
That Provident Article" is hosted by Convention of States Texas volunteer Paul Hodson, with the Convention of States since late 2013, a District Captain in Texas from February 2014 through November 2015, and now serving as Co-Director for the Convention of States Texas.
On this weeks episode of Doin' It Bubba Style from 9 to 10 am EST Bubba and Tom talk about hot rods, their origin, the roles they have played in the American automotive history and how they are still built and treasured today. Then at 9:30 am EST Ted Vernon from Velocity's hit TV series South Beach Classics joins the show in the segment What's My Car Worth?
Call in to speak to Bubba, Tom and Ted live at 714 242 5166.
Doin' It Bubba Style is YOUR weekly Saturday morning interactive motorsports show that airs from 9 to 930 am EST hosted by Bubba and Tom Lloyd, the father and son award winning car building team from the Silver TELLY Award winning TV show Hot Rod Reality and recent Business Hall of Fame Inductees.
Currently in production with their new network TV show Bubba and Tom will be bringing you an engaging weekly Saturday morning 30 minute motorsports show that features a live call in question & answer segment and answering your motor sports e mails sent to email@example.com, the latest in projects being built at Bubbas East Coast Rods & Customs, intriguing technical segments, celebrity guests, products reviews by their huge inventory of sponsors and the latest with their TV and radio shows.
It all adds up to be a fun hour filled with great content, lots of fun and laughs and exciting listener interaction!
You can also visit our website at www.bubbascustomcars.com which will lead you to all our very active social media and you will see all the great projects we are building currently.
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"Everyone is Necessary" - That's the motto of Donna Janel.
Donna overcame a traumatic life ,including going in and out of foster care, sleeping in parks and train stations all through out high school, being married at 19, giving birth to a medically challenged son and then being left by her husband, with 2 kids to raise alone. Three years later, Donna would find herself devastated by the death of her sister/best friend, just 24 months after the death of her sister’s husband. Donna was faced with raising her sister’s two daughters who were traumatized by the back-to-back deaths of their parents.
" How can I raise broken children, when I'm broken myself" - Donna Janel
Lisen as she shares her journey of overcoming many obstacles, but in the end, coming out with the victory.
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Now over the heads of the living beings there was something like an expanse, like the awesome gleam of crystal, spread out over their heads. Under the expanse their wings were stretched out straight, one toward the other; each one also had two wings covering its body on the one side and on the other. I also heard the sound of their wings like the sound of abundant waters as they went, like the voice of the Almighty, a sound of tumult like the sound of an army camp; whenever they stood still, they dropped their wings. And there came a voice from above the expanse that was over their heads; whenever they stood still, they dropped their wings.
Now above the expanse that was over their heads there was something resembling a throne, like lapis lazuli in appearance; and on that which resembled a throne, high up, was a figure with the appearance of a man. Then I noticed from the appearance of His loins and upward something like glowing metal that looked like fire all around within it, and from the appearance of His loins and downward I saw something like fire; and there was a radiance around Him. As the appearance of the rainbow in the clouds on a rainy day, so was the appearance of the surrounding radiance. Such was the appearance of the likeness of the glory of the Lord. And when I saw it, I fell on my face and heard a voice speaking.
I'm talking about "networking." Sure, I've been hearing all about networking for years. I've even used the word myself!
But when you get down to it, networking is cold, sterile… And it seems self-serving: one person trying to form a web of contacts whose sole purpose is to do something for him.
That's not how I want to do business.
. I think of it as "What can we do for each other and each other's communities?" instead of "What can you do for me?"
When I focus on these goals, deals follow. And when a deal is made between two people (notice I did not say two businesses) who have connected - as opposed to "networked" - money usually follows.
Making a connection does require a bit more "work" than simply shoving your business card at a potential client. But the extra money you can make and the new opportunities you can open up to your community are well worth the extra effort.
There was no "Hi, how are you?" Nice to see you again." Or even "How are your children?" It was just the typical "WIIFM" approach
My first thought was - do you really think this kind of behavior is conducive to me wanting to do business with you? But what I said was, "Yes, Sue, I received the email on Thursday. I left for LA (this event) on Monday. I was planning on returning your email later in the week."
This is a wonderful example of why many people do not end up with business from networking events. They have not mastered event etiquette. Nor have they discovered the best way to make lasting connections.
People who should listen to this show are entrepreneurs, career coaches,