Friday, May 18, 2012

Alarm Clock

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Tune in to the Hard Work Hour with Douglas Douglas Live on Blog Talk Radio Friday mornings now at 10:00 am Traumatic Brain Injury Time.

Today's show: "Alarm Clock" is dedicated to Brooke, who is on her way to glory, and brought to you by Discovery Learning Tutoring, serving California and the world with your education needs.

Also on today's show:
1) Local News
2) Other News
3) Local Loco
4) Alarm Clock
5) Lit Minit : "Non-Violent Communication: A language of life," Marshall Rosenberg


1) Local News

   Bug Show at Museum of Natural History includes recipes, demonstrations and nightmare
   fuel for your arachnid-ish nocturnal trauma. Okay true bugs are NOT spiders, I just took a

   Flaming Rocks

   Toyota Brakes

   People I admire

2) Other News

    Wars, rumors of wars, incontinence, misery, earthquakes, rumors of earthquakes...

3) Local Loco

4) Alarm Clock : Or How I Stopped Worrying, and learned to love the process.

    Pardon Bush. Why not?

   G.O.P. "Super-PAC" Weighing A hard-Line Attack on Obama. NYT 5/17/12, A1 
5) Lit Minit :"Non-Violent Communication: A language of life," Marshall Rosenberg

Thank you so much for reading and listening. I hope you had fun. Now:


Follow these here links if you want to follow up on anything you heard here, hear?

SFBG - San Francisco Bay Guardian

No money was paid to anyone for the reading of "Non-Violent Communication: A language of life," by Marshall Rosenberg

"The Journey," by Douglas Whiting can be read with great love and respect and hope for your enjoyment. This time with complete endorsement, authorization, and  permission from the author, their heirs and publisher! All me!

We did not pay anyone for use of the opening music from Cake ("Wheels," off of "Pressure Chief," or the closing, either (Mr. Scruff's tune "Kalimba"). Our bad. 

Yes Men

Notes and links from BTR show " Alarm Clock " 5/18/2012 HWH w DD

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