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Catherine interviews Coach Jody Petronella about his major fat loss victory, his Primal/Paleo lifestyle, and his strategies for helping his clients reach their goals.
If you have been holding yourself back on achieving your goals, today's episode is sure to inspire you to keep going, in spite of the excuses that pop up along the way.
Join us for part two about energies. How to protect ourselves our loved ones and even our home. Learn techniques on protection. learn basic cleansing techiniques to do in your home to keep it calm , peaceful and welcoming. We will also be discussing spirits energy, The signs and symbols they show us, as well as techniques so that spirit does not form an attachment to you. This and much much more about energies. Do you have an experience in your home you cant explain? Give us a call and we will help figure out who it may be, what they want and also how to communicate with them. As usual we will be taking all your calls for readings and any other question that you may have. Join us live at 8 EST.
Join the Supernatural discussion on Variety Radio Online. Brancey and Kristina discuss the highlights of the latest Supernatural episode. If you want to be part of their show, feel free to tweet your thoughts to @VROBrancey and they will read them on air.
Summary: Claire believes recent murders in town are supernatural and asks Sam and Dean to investigate. However, Sheriff Mills tells the guys that Claire has been getting into trouble lately and has been attacking normal people and accusing them of being monsters.
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Kirk Nurmi return's to King Jordan Radio 2-4 CALL & Speak to KIRK! 347-857-295
Most people know Kirk based on the fact that he represented Jodi Arias at trial that received national and international attention. However, while this case is how many know his representation of Ms. Arias at trial is not when his legal career began.In fact, it began in 2000 after he graduated from the University of Wyoming. In 2001, Kirk began working at the Maricopa County Public Defender’s Office. he worked there for over 10 years and during that time he successfully defended several individuals accused of serious crimes. For several years he exclusively represented people who were accused of sexual offenses. In the latter part of Kirk's career with the Public Defender’s Office he worked in the Capital Unit where I tried two other capital cases besides Jodi Arias.
Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) drop in on Jody Mills (guest star Kim Rhodes), Claire (guest star Kathryn Newton) and Alex (guest star Katherine Ramdine) after receiving a panicked phone call from Claire. She believes the recent murders in town are supernatural and wants the boys’ help. However, Sheriff Mills tells Sam and Dean that Claire has been getting into trouble lately as she’s been attacking normal people and accusing them of being monsters. Stefan Pleszczynski directed the episode written by Nancy Won (#1112).
In this episode, Jody Jelas explains her entrpreneural journey and shares what in her experience it takes to get your business to the next level !
Many hip-hop artists claim titles like Entrepreneur, Hustler, or Go-Getter, but none exemplify this title better than Lefty. Born Kareem Williams in South Philadelphia, PA, Lefty, the son of The Late Doo Wop singer Charles Williams From "The Turbans", began his quest to hip-hop stardom in 1998, rapping his heart out on the set of Philly Most Wanted video shoot for legendary producer Pharrell Williams of the Neptunes, heavily influenced by 2Pac, E-40, Eightball and MJG and more, as part of a South Philly rap group named Plead Da Fifth, including Takedown Records star Daytona, among others. After dropping 3 well received mixtapes with the group, Lefty, decided to become a co-owner of Lab Addicts studio. He helped shape the careers of noted Philly rappers NH, Random (aka Mega Ran) and many more. Never one to hustle backwards, Lefty decided to leave the studio and mic behind in 2003 to focus on business ownership and family life. After putting up amazing numbers in the MLM (Multi-Level-Marketing) and Internet marketing business and relocating to Phoenix, AZ, Lefty is now returning to the hip-hop world with a vengeance, boasting an improved flow and sharper business mind. On the side, Lefty hosts a high profile hip-hop gossip blog, and has conducted interviews with some of the biggest names in Reality Television and Adult Entertainers
Tonights topis is all about energy, learn how to protect yourself and your home from Spiritual energies, psychic attacks and even spirit attachments. Topics will range from the Paranormal to how as sensitives and all of us can protect and even recognize the energies from others to spirits in our day to day lives. We will also be discussing home cleansings. As always our phone lines will be open for your questions, stories and yes even readings, you can also join us in our live chat , where we will be taking your questions as well. We all need to learn these techniques so join us live tonight
We need to get smarter in how we spend and waste our money. Everyone has heard of the $100+ Millions grabbed by Sec Of State Hillary Clinton and now we learn that Jodie Arias’s trial cost us $3,500,000. Today and 4 years to come, we will be feeding a killer, instead of remunerating the victims in our Nation, and there are plenty of them. JUSTICE is not served by bleeding dollars from the Lesser Than Able AND the Middle Income Group for a criminal murderer, guilty from the GET GO. When GUILT is Overwhelming Evident, What is Justice. and how is it preserved. Not in this case. We as a Nation have Inadequate and Incompetent Prosecutors. I Without a LAW Degree, have Pro Se‘d several cases and multiple MOTIONS, winning 60% and 90%. And Justice was not served in my losses. Untruthful Attorneys won at the cost of truth & Justice. If in the White House, I wiil allow us to propel Justice in all cases. OBTW, have you heard any of the POLITICAL PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES talk about Violence Against Women. Did you see The Wolf Of Wall Street
and how Jordan Belfort forced his way onto Naomi – Margot Robbie – at the end of the movie. Where was her defense? She was Resigned to his forcing himself on her. Resignation is not an answer; it is not an option; it is rape. And yet, we allow it. So men, Americans stop it. The rest of the male population: stop it. If ever elected and selected into the OVAL OFFICE, I will be known as the President of All Victims: The Pres Against Violence Against Women: The Pres of Just COURTS and JUDGMENTS - BETTER LAW and SMART LAW. I would also like to be known as the Pres of The EARTH, of WILDLIFE, of ANIMALS, of ORPHANS, of FAMILIES, of WORKERS, of STUDENTS, of SCIENCE, of FAIR TAX, of ECONOMY, of BUSINESS and of the PEOPLE. I have had enough of these things. bwell c2it CurtClinton please be wise with your BALLOTS.
Being a member of the board of directors for a nonprofit organization is not to be taken lightly. There are a number of responsibilities, including maintaining compliance with regulators and funders. On top of that, the political season is upon us, and church and nonprofit leaders would like to engage in civic affairs without jeopardizing their organizations’ tax-exempt status.
Tune in to Nonprofit “U” when Jody Adler, the Director of the Law Project, discusses the board’s role in maintaining compliance with state and federal regulations; differences between political activities and lobbying; activities in which tax-exempt organizations and churches can and cannot engage; and an overview of the Law Project’s Compliance Institute. member of the board of directors for a nonprofit organization is not to be taken lightly. There are a number of responsibilities, including maintaining compliance with regulators and funders. On top of that, the political season is upon us, and church and nonprofit leaders would like to engage in civic affairs without jeopardizing their organizations’ tax-exempt status.
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On Monday, 1st February, at 8 pm ET Radio Free South Africa will interrupt our regular South African programming to pay tribute to LeVoy Finicum, savagely murdered in cold blood.
Patricia Aiken from Sacred Cow BBQ and Will Johnson will be unravelling the media and government lies about this ambush and murder.
Robert LaVoy Finicum was born on January 27, 1961 in Kanab, UT and was murdered the day before his 55th birthday on January 26, 2016. LaVoy was born to David and Nelda Finicum and had six siblings, Sherre, Guy, Jody, Jill, Misty, and Tadi. LaVoy was married to Dorthea Jeanette Finicum on February 18, 1994 and together they have eleven children, Thara, Belle, Tell, Tawny, Arianna, Brittney, Mitch, Thomas, Challice, Danielle, and Tean. Combined they have 19 grandchildren with three more on the way.
LaVoy went to school in Page Arizona. He served a full time mission in the Dakotas for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints of which he was a faithful member his whole life. He served in many church positions; among them: the Young Men’s program, Ward Mission leader, Elders Quorum president, a High Priest leader and a member of the Bishopric. LaVoy worked many years in property management but his passions were helping children and ranching. LaVoy had over 50 foster boys whom he was able to have in his home and mentor over the course of the past 19 years. He loved working on his ranch and teaching his children how to ride horses, brand cows, and most of all, to follow Christ. LaVoy loved God, his family, and his country. He believed that the Constitution of the United States was inspired by God and he was willing to, and did, die while defending our freedoms stated within.