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In this episode we'll discuss 10 reasons why you would want to use WordPress as the structure for your website.
WordPress started in 2003 to just a few users. Since then it has grown to one of the most popular blogging tools in the world. With WordPress you can create a self-hosted blog through a one button installation that most hosting services provide. It's now used by millions of sites around the world. You would be surprised at how many of your favorite websites are built on WordPress.
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Please join Shannon Marie this Saturday night for a dose of positive attitude, which is often a challenge for many of us.
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It's almost a given that after truly studying the relationship between the Asian proprietors have with the Black community that there has existed a tension that was born out of a definite disrespect.
This sense of disrespect was doled out in abundance to the very people to whom the Asian businessman has profited greatly from.
Sure, the answer is for those who are treated as scum to build their own economic system in order to uplift themselves up and away from depending on anyone who considers them not to be worthy of respect.
But in many cases this attitude from the Asian business people who get their riches from what is garnered from Black support has only increased because they seem to feel that no matter how Blacks are treated by them that they will still bring their hard earned money to them each and every time.
Not only is this arrogance displayed to the consumer, but it is also inflicted on those who actually work for them to help them get to that envied place of financial freedom that has been the benchmark of the American Dream.
Most Asians who have rooted their businesses in the Black community know that many are waking up to the condescending attitude of these people and have begun to back away from bringing their dollars to support them when they can do business with their own people.
.......because the bottom line is how many of these Asians bring THEIR money to support Black businesses?
Everyone supports their own, but the modern day Black man and woman seems to be so caught up in the mental delusion that everyone will support them back the way that they've always brought their money to others.
Listen to this very real situation and understand why the time is NOW to WAKE UP!
Support Your Own!
Hell! They do!
Tonight, I dedicate this show to Clifton. He is facing some challenges and he needs our support. Come show your support tonight, as we figure out how, when, and if to help our brother and fellow veteran. If you like or don't like Clifton, come show your support and let me hear how you feel about his current situation.
Open Heart Surgery survivors is a population of people that are doing just that surviving. This forum has been a talk show since june 2009 that started out as a internship for grade in my student work study class. The passion has always been there to talk about new health finds and or innovative finds in the field of Cardiovascular disease. Talk about health, foods, medicine good bad and ugly; tune in every saturday 2:pm.
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I lost both parents to cancer at 22 and 27. Let's talk about stuff that's hard, ways you can move forward in your life and how to get back to a happier place. My intention is to connect those of us who have lost our mothers, our fathers or both parents, at any age, through art, writing, and focusing on the positive.
In this episode, I'll be talking about what it means to become present and parent yourself.
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