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Three for the Win is here once again. On today's show I discuss the tragic passing of Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn and talk about his legacy. My brief memories of him and memories shared by others
I will also discuss Game 5 of the NBA Finals and the what it means for the Spurs and what does the future hold for Miami
Ever wanted to know what Menday is? Want to know just what importance the Creative Zen holds in the halls of Oratory history? Well here is your chance.
Join your newly crowned King David and Cash at 7:30 PM EST as we answer all of your questions and more..
This show courtesy of KDTN Blogtalk's Music in Review Radio Show --Was Johnny Cash's first wife black?
Johnny Cash's first wife, Vivian Liberto, is supposedly Italian on her father's side, but in pictures she appears to have some African origins, which must've been .
No she wasn't black. People from the Mediterranean region such as Italy, or Greece tend to be more dark skinned. If there were any African origins in her family heritage, it would have come to light many many years ago. Italians can go from fair skinned, with blue eyes, and blonde hair, to what is called olive skinned, brown eyes, and jet black hair. If there is any type of African heritage, it would more likely be of Arabic decent, than of black African decent. Which would be much further to the south, for that genetic trait. Many times those of Arabic decent are forgotten geographically as being a part of the African continent.
Ok I can see where you might get then idea of her heritage from. At the due to the hairstyles it was uncommon for a female of Italian decent to in that period to be mistaken sometimes, as part black, especially in a photograph. Also how makeup was APPLIED could, and still can give the appearance of another racial/ethnic background/heritage.
Join the Literary Ladies of the ATL as we introduce you to some dynamic male authors during our summer series: It's Raining Men. Listen in to find out what Eros and Cash feel about the industry and the legacies they're leaving behind. Get to know the men behind the pen as we go deep to discover WHO these men really are. Tune in to find out what your favorite male authors have to say. You never what surprise will jump off during this HOT series full of HOT male authors.
What's in your wallet? Make it cash, not plastic.
To be fair, plastic is much sexier than a piece of colored paper with a president staring vaguely into the distance.
And yet, from a personal finance view, cash is almost always the better choice for making a purchase. Here's why:
1. Overpaying One of the drawbacks of credit and debit cards is that they encourage you to spend more than you intend to by giving you easy access to more capital.
2. Over-Shopping According to Soundmoneytips.com, people will spend more with a credit card compared to cash. In fact, a study found that people spend 12-18% more when using credit cards than when using cash. And McDonald's found that the average transaction rose from $4.50 to $7 when customers used plastic instead of cash.
For most people it becomes a matter of $2 here, $6 there, another $4 over here and so on until they give up keeping track of how much has been spent in a day - let alone a month. Then it's a shock when the monthly statement comes in.
Get your guide to financial health: How Money Works. This essential guide will explain the life insurance traps, the debt traps, the mortgage traps, the tax traps so that you can build a secure financial house. And sleep better.
Go to bitly.com/yourmoneyny and sign up for your copy of How Money Works, that's bitly.com/yourmoneyny Also, This Thursday, August 7 is our next Money Workshop Securing Your Financial House, at the Point Cafe in Schenectady. 964 Heldeberg Ave. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
http://blogtalkradio.com/hollischapmanshow Diane M. Warmsley is proud to announce the release of the book Cash Poor or College?, to be released by Motivational Press. Diane M. Warmsley finds inspiration from 35 years of parenting and working in the college admissions arena.. In the words of Justin Sachs, Best-Selling Author of The Power of Persistence and “Diane Warmsley’s Cash Poor or College? provides parents with an easy to use guide to success in getting their teens on the fast-track to the college of their dreams.Why College Matters in the 21st Century 2) Winning Values for the Teens Years 3) College Search Demystified 4) Ways Parents must Support Teens 5) Under-the-radar Strategies to Boost College Preparedness 6) Five Debates that Parents Must Win!
Join us as we talk about Carolina Hurricanes Development camp, some more free agent signings, and for the first time ever... WE TAKE YOUR CALLS!