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We will discuss the ins and outs of Division 1 schools if for the next 15-20 years couldn't recruit African American Players. What would happen to these schools? Join the show 5:30pm. Call (818)301-5834.
The first hour, Mark "Badger" Borcherding and Blueotter talked about some issues related to the Mayan Prophecy and The Third Secret of Fatima.
Then, something magical happened...
X-MiB (Man In Black) Danichi (Steven Raebel) joined us in hour two
Danichi - X-MIB Agent... Men in Black (MIB), in popular culture and in UFO conspiracy theories, are men dressed in black suits claiming to be government agents who attempt to harass or threaten UFO witnesses into silence. It is also frequently used to describe mysterious men working for unknown organizations, as well as to various branches of government allegedly designed to protect secrets or to perform other strange activities,linked in some fashion with UFO sightings. Most US government law enforcement and intelligence agencies such as the FBI have strict dress codes that ordinarily require their members to wear suits in dark, non-obtrusive colors. MIB team members have been described as behaving in either an exceedingly furtive manner or a completely outgoing one, with wide grins and disconcerting giggles.In the UFO research community the Men in Black often often claim to be from the Air Force or the CIA. Those who have encountered them say they produce proper government and military identification, but when verification is later sought, the people described either don't exist, have been dead for some time, or do exist,and may have a different rank. Military/CIA explanations - Men in Black are really government people in disguise ... possibly they are members of a rather bizarre unit of Air Force (sans SG1) Intelligence known currently as the Air Force Special Activities Center (AFSAC)
Join Howard Armstrong as he opens the phone lines for anyone who wants to explain, debate, or just listen to conversation about all things paranormal. The show will take on a free form construct as YOU the audience, at times, will decide in which direction that the show will go.
Welcome this is another test for audio and a kindof rough draft of the ultimate show coming in the near future...
Whats on the brain right now...?
Myths that are actually proven true.
Some facts not commonly known about sex.
Bizzar Facts and or world records.
Some more emails from you about what really works your ******* nerve.
Hope you enjoy and hope to see you back :)
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Welcome back everyone, I hope all had a fun and safe Halloween.
Whats on the brain tonight?
-Who decides whats appropriate and inappropriate when it comes to a doctors professionalism or lack of...
-You know what really works my nerve.
-I am not sure I like this twitter.
-Sex, Drugs, and...
-How this all started.
-Q&A emails received on what really works ones nerves, and an open invite to send in what really works your nerves.
Hope you enjoy and hope to see you back...
As East's reputation grew on the L.A. session scene, so did his job calls. From that point on, East worked consistently. He toured with Loggins appearing with the singer at Live Aid in 1985. Eric Clapton heard Nathan and invited him to join his band. With keyboardist Greg Phillinganes and drummer Phil Collins, they toured the world over and performed multiple concerts at London's Royal Albert Hall which resulted in the release of Clapton's "24 Nights" CD, (1988). With Clapton, he would go on to record numerous CD's including Journeyman, August, Behind The Sun, Pilgrim, Reptile and the Multi-Grammy Award winning multi-platinum Clapton MTV Unplugged CD.In 1990, while in the studio recording Bob James' Grand Piano Canyon album, the keyboardist asked East, Lee Ritenour, and Harvey Mason if they'd be interested in forming a group where each member would be an equal partner and could contribute songs. James, who at the time held an executive position at Warner Bros.' jazz A&R department, got them a deal with the label; a couple of months later, the group now known as Fourplay began recording their debut album. Their first record, 1991′s Fourplay, sold over a million copies and remained at the number one position on Billboard's contemporary jazz charts for 33 weeks. Their next LP, 1993′s Between the Sheets, reached number one, went gold, and received a Grammy nomination. In 1995, their third gold album, Elixir, inherited the number one position from Kenny G's Breathless and remained on the charts for more than 90 weeks. Fourplay's 4 album entered the jazz charts at number one when guitarist Larry Carlton joined the band. Now, after fifteen years together, nine CD's and 5 Grammy nominations, Fourplay's X CD debuted at number one (Billboard Contemporary Jazz) remaining there for more than two months.
Andy's June session described a "Better Way to Work " as a clean desk, an empty in box and with all to-do's in one place. Now let's discuss the role of Blackberry or iPhone. Can these portable devices help with workload management rather than just being a cell phone and email? Other topics include writing more effective emails, running more effective meetings and project planning vs. project management.
Andy is a business owner, facilitator, international speaker and workload efficiency expert. He has appeared on numerous TV and radio programs and contributed to an array of published articles as well as having presented to over 3500 groups. He also teaches the Tactical Time Management class as part of the Getting It Done course for the University Of Toronto Rotman School Of Business MBA’s
Prior to starting his own business in 1983, he spent 14 years with Dun and Bradstreet Canada, Ltd. He held a series of increasingly senior management positions in Toronto, Ottawa, St. John’s and Vancouver; latterly as a National Division Manager overseeing offices from Halifax to Vancouver. Accomplishments include a fivefold increase in profits in two years and the four best years of profit in the division’s history. His obsession with operational efficiency led him to start his own business as an independent associate of Priority Management, a global Canadian company with 80 offices worldwide. Awards include Top Global Revenues, Top Canadian Revenues, Top Market Penetration, Top Regional Developer, Corporate Citizen of the Year and membership on the Presidents Leadership Team for Excellence.
Andy obtained a B.Sc in Math and Psychology from The University of King’s College in Halifax in 1969. He has earned a certificate in Instructional Facilitation and attended numerous development programs over his career.
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