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Class starts at 6PM pst! Live on the #thenikkirichshow network , Financial Freedom University.
Prices are on the rise!!!
Gas prices rose, not a surprise . Why the increase in prices? Where does the money go? Find out the answers to these questions and also what other prices will be on the rise in 2015 .
Tune in to hear about my experience at the Oscars 2015, how I utilize my networking skills, and much more!!
See you in class!
On tonight's 24th episode of Inside the War Room we will be joined by WR Jimmie Logan Simpson of Hardin-Simmons University. He plays in the slot and holds value as a returner and special teams player. He runs great routes and shows a nice pair of hands to catch the ball naturally. He is a leader within the locker room and is respected by coaches and teammates alike. He gives 100% everday on the field and wants to do the best in everything he does.
Jimmie Logan Simpson
WR 5'9 190
Follow his journey going forward toward the NFL at: @JLS_ix
If you missed any of the past episodes of Inside the War Room check them out at
A great interview with Johnson Lloyd, Woodlawn High school class of 2016 football player. Johnson talks about starting the recruiting process. He talks about how his faith changed his life and kept him out of trouble. He also talks about dominating high school football in the DMV his senior year. Cant miss interview.
The School of the Prophets with Pastor Wendy Alleln
Our next UR10S Network radio broadcast will be Thursday, February 26th at 5PM, eastern time. Our guest will be former high school tennis coach and USPTA Pro Roy Gessford, who will be answering questions about his book “A High School Tennis Coach's Handbook”. You can call 714-583-6853 or tune into www.blogtalkradio.com/ur10snetwork for our conversation.
Thursday, March 5th our guest will be Tark Merchant, founder of ImReruitable, College Sport Recruiting. We will be talking about college opportunities and scholarships assessments.
Often we criss-cross the concept of having knowledge with maturity; being mature is to be knowledgeable. We can be so busy going by what we think we know that we do not truly HEAR G-d. We can never increase in obedience and grow in understanding if we insist on holding on to what we think we know.
Let's talk about, "THE DANGER OF KNOWLEDGE".
THROW BACK THURSDAY'S INSIDE "THE COACH'S CORNER" WITH HOST : COACH ALI, PLAYING THE GREATEST THROWBACKS OF ALL TIME . IT'S YOUR HOME OF INDIE HIP HOP WITH A OLD SCHOOL TWIST. PLAYING ALL YOUR FAVORITES!
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Come join Suzy "The Elf" & Count Zrathknock as we talk about Wrestler Unstoppable and getting back to basics, going back to the old school type of radio shows. IN CHARACTER ONLY!! Leave your manager at home! This will be strictly enforced.
Call in to promote your company, stable or wrestler, cause only YOU can really promote them! Want to become a sponsor of Back to Basics? Contact Suzy and she will get you the details! If you are a sponsor of B2B and want your special event highlighted, then let Suzy know and she will highlight your event.
We will discuss what is going on in WU and also discuss topics like Trash Talk, cutting promos, etc. If you have a topic that you would like us to talk about, then message Suzy or Count and we will take all topics into consideration!
Suzy and Count Zrathknock will be starting a contest where we will accept messages for Subject ideas, and If we use your idea, we will give you 10wbs.
Want to hear past B2B shows? Check out our archives scene! (Shows will be updated soon, I promise!)
Call in and let's get Back to Basics! Sign into Blog Talk and if you have skype, you can call in for free or use the guest call in number (646)-478-0073. Callers are welcome, just please keep with the topic!
Wes Schneider and Rene Stiles -- a senior in high school and a recent graduate -- will host important discussions centered around youth with disabilities, music, and more. You will also hear from other youth with disabilities, as guests, who will share their stories, interests, and disability awareness topics.
Do you want to listen in? Hell's to the Ya you do!
Juliet Bergh is an award-winning screenwriter whose writing credits include diverse genres such as baby-boomer drama, post-apocalyptic science fiction, and psychological horror.
Her interests lie in characterization, the macabre, and stories that explore human frailty and strength.
She works part-time as a General Practitioner balancing the working week between the consulting room and her film projects. Juliet's film career began when a lifelong interest in photography introduced her to filmmaking.
Her 1st short film script, 'Scrap Heap', was selected as a graduate show-piece for the New Zealand School of Film and Television in 2010. It went on the screen at the Show Me Shorts Film Festival.
Her 1st co-written feature script, 'Existence', was produced under the NZFC's Escalator scheme with subsequent local and overseas festival presence. She was a joint recipient of the 2012 SWANZ Best Feature Film Script and the New Writer Award.
Juliet's current writing projects include a feature length adaptation of her short screenplay, 'Hannah's Birthday' for which she has received a SEED funding grant from the New Zealand's Writer's Guild.
The unproduced short screenplay has garnered critical success overseas, winning Best Short Screenplay at the 2014 Shriekfest, Hollywood Horror Festival and Best Unproduced Psychological Drama at the 2014 St Tropez International Film Festival. It has also recently won the short screenplay prize with the Creative World Awards.
Between 1960 and 1962 more than 14,000 Cuban children escaped Fidel Castro’s communist regime as part of an airlift known as Operación Pedro Pan. LORENZO PABLO MARTÍNEZ was one of these children. In CUBA, ADIÓS: A Young Man's Journey to Freedom, Martínez vividly recounts his participation in a program that bridged two different cultures and achieved great political significance over the years. At eighteen, he forfeits a music scholarship to Prague to accept an unknown future of exile in America without knowing the language, money to pursue an education, or family to help. Plagued by guilt around his sexual identity and having to care for a younger brother, Martínez forges ahead to become the composer of his future; later he opens the doors that enable his sisters and parents to join him after a harrowing sojourn in Mexico City. With the same determination, he attends college and pursues a music education, obtaining a master’s degree from the Manhattan School of Music, then a doctorate from Columbia University. Even after his music compositions are published and performed on television and at international festivals, Martínez feels restless and spiritually unfulfilled. Until, that is, he is able to define the true music of his freedom. CUBA, ADIÓS is a poignant, thoughtful account of one boy’s survival and self-acceptance, written with unflinching honesty and a wry humor.