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Matt Chambers is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder with a B.A. in International Affairs, concentrating on Latin America… Matt got properly schooled over a period of years when he realized his traditional academic education was insufficient to explain his personal understandings and societal observations. Mr. Chambers started having spontaneous Out of Body Experiences (OBE) in 2007. Following a prolonged series of deeply transformative OBE’s, Matt started intensive research into the metaphysical, spiritual, and ET phenomenon. While living in Costa Rica, Matt had an interdimensional attack, he swam into the Pacific Ocean in the middle of the night as a last resort, and lost his passport, money, and clothes off the shore of Jaco, Costa Rica in 2015… Matt swam back to land naked, and spiritually reawakened. Matt is a seeker of truth, a commodities trader, political activist, and is currently working in the Solar Industry.
I like Super Heroes. The thing I like about them most is their super powers. As I continue down this path of self discovery I continue to be amazed at the super powers every single human being on the planet also has, if they realize it! Awareness, Focus, Belief, Faith, Hope, Gratitude & Appreciation, Happiness, Genrosity, Patience, Persistence, Kindness....the list goes on and on and today we will talk about the Super Power of: Why.
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The 2016 NFL Draft is complete! The Chicago Bears filled many needs with their nine total picks, some of which came courtesy of GM Ryan Pace's draft day dealings. What should fans expect from each pick in their rookie season? Who will be a starter? Is there anything they should've done differently? Plus, I welcome in a special guest to talk about the other NFC North teams and how their drafts could affect the upcoming season! Call in at 347.327.9183! BECAUSE CHICAGO LOVES SPORTS.
Chatting With Sherri welcomes the newest winners of Writers and Illustrators of the Future!
: Matt Dovey is very tall and very English, and is most likely drinking a cup of tea right now. and despite being the grand prize Golden Pen winner in Writers of the Future, he still hasn't found the right words to properly express the delight and joy he finds in this wonderful arrangement.
: Maricela Ugarte Peña she began to develop her work in conjunction with an online community, where she developed many close friends. Now, Mari is creating diverse illustrations for games, and is working to develop original graphic novels.
Julie Frost was raised as an Army brat by parents who taught her to love reading by the age of four. She's written an eclectic mixture of short science fiction and fantasy.
Killian McKeown is the founder of photography studio Vision Images. In addition to illustration, he has worked as a videographer and photographer on multiple film sets, a press photographer for various conventions and events, and as a camera production assistant, producer, and director, among other things.
Stewart C Baker is an academic librarian, haikuist, and speculative fiction writer. His poetry has appeared in various haiku magazines, and his fiction in Nature, Daily Science Fiction, Flash Fiction Online, and various other places.
join these up and coming authors and illustrators!
Hello baseball fans, and welcome back to another edition of the Rosterbatorical. Chris and Matt are back with a jam-packed episode, discussing the latest news of the day. The show started with discussions about Pablo Sandoval and the recent news that he will need shoulder surgery and that he will miss the rest of the season. Then the guys finally get around to talking about Dee Gordon and his 80 game supension for PED usage and that lead to a larger conversation about PED's in baseball and in sports in general.
Then, as if this hasn't been mention on the show before, the guys discuss Trevor Story's amazing April and what the rest of his season could look like.
2:25- Pablo Sandoval injury
10:14- Dee Gordon suspension
26:23- Trevor Story's hot month
As always, you can follow the show @MLBDailyDish, and follow the hosts @ChrisRSchubert and @TheOriginalBull.
My TBI is on 'hold' for the busy busy week's of April - so I could enjoy it! Post Gala-days, scootin' with BICS and talking on the Indiana Capital steps on a bright, sunny 4/20 day. Branden drove the 'bus' to Indy for both presentations this eve, and it simply rocked. My thoughts to Sara.
Lots of interviews, lots of talks and discussions and speeches for the Indiana challenge towards making AT LEAST Medical Marijuana legal - and soon. Maybe. I sit in as the Patient Rep, and even spoke to the crowd of around 75-100 comfortable, but smokeless, advocates. We had fun, for certain and passed along a good message. We passed other items as well - more than a dozen in celebration.
Donald Trump interupted our interview with Govnor Mike Pence, who is easily interupted by life in general. They had coffee, the hallway doors to his office was open on this nice day, so 'somebody' heard us. Unless they all had tea together. Many had many items together afterwords, even the finest law officers in the United States had laughs together. It was all in good nature with a purpose. Mercadi took the WALK, I hobbled to a bench and 'prepared' my speech. It was TBI special, I must admit. Only one 'chase away' from the story, and I was given 3 minutes after the Congressman Carter. They all dressed accordingly, I dressed in comfort of shorts and Astros Ball Jersey #7, Craig BIGGIO!
Regardless, Vote. But remember, The Buckeye found Indiana 'not worthy' of his campaign, and Cruz stood in the middle of the gym used for HOOSIERS and called the hoop/goal a "basketball ring".. The Donald brought in Bobby Knight -tough one to top in this State. Bernie has the pot vote, if those folks remember to vote. No MJ ballots at this time - but JUST WAIT...
Were you strolling through the park and taken by surprise by a pair of roguish eyes? Well, don't be scared or run away, it's just us.
We've got the usual smorgasbord of crotchety curmudgeonness and we'll talk a little bit about Locals Til Last Call, Matt's big show this weekend.
Join the LA Kings Road Talk Radio Crew with Hipcheck, OC Hockey Legend Matt Sellwood, LA Kings Superfan Augie & producer Steve as we talk all things Los Angeles Kings hockey and the season that was 2016. We will be joined by CaliSports News NHL Editor Jeff Duarte. We take a look at the highs and lows of the season and peer into the crystal ball to speculate on what next years roster may look like. We will talk NHL awards and Quick, Doughty and Kopitars chances at bringing home an award and oh so much more.
LA Kings Road Talk Radio has been here each and every night all season long to break down the games, offer commentary and opinion, have special guests and still the only LA Kings centric show that you have come to know and love.
From President Reagan's A Nation At Risk report to President Obama's Race To The Top, the American Public School system has undergone over 30 years of reform. From the infusion of testing, vouchers to charter schools, the landscape of the public school system is changing. Is it for the better? Has it made a difference in student learning outcomes or for improving teaching conditions? Where is the public school system heading?
Dr. Walter C. Farrell enters the "BULLPEN" with Dr. T to discuss the scope of changes, their meaning, and policies as it relates to the current and future structure of the American education system.
Dr. Walter C. Farrell, Jr., is professor of social work and a fellow in the Center for Urban and Regional Studies (CURS) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His research interests include the study of minority economic development issues, demographic change and inter-ethnic conflict in contemporary society, the privatization and “charterization” of public education, workforce diversity, and urban social policy. He has appeared on the Today Show with Matt Lauer and National Public Radio’s The Connection to discuss public school privatization, and he has lectured to parent, teacher, and union groups throughout the nation.
Click here to read Dr. Farrell's full report on the privatization of public schools.
Since the 1950s, the chasm between art world academics and the general public has been an ever-expanding bridge too far. With contemporary art works fetching hundreds of millions of dollars at auction, and with celebrity art collectors like Eli and Edyth Broad building private museums exclusively showcasing post-war and contemporary art, public acceptance faces off in a coin toss with complete and utter public outrage. What does the future hold for the contemporary art market? Are we on the cusp of another art bubble burst? Is the world art market a high-stakes grift? Matt and special guest Shaun Berke answer these questions and more on this special Art Business Report. Check it out on this latest episode of Pod Sequntialism with Matt Kennedy presented by Meltdown Comics!
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