Two and a half whites is dedicated to making people laugh over Random, Funny, Awesome stuff that you hear on this podcast. With our host's Brandon, Brody, and Ryan making you podcast Experience more pleasurable every second you listen. Please fell free to contact us at: email@example.com Have a great day and enjoy the Podcast.
5 ways to set-up a Photovoltaic solar generator system to power your home. Are you on grid or of grid, there is a good way and a bad way to set up your home solar powered generating system. Make sure you do it the optimal way.
Brock Dittus & Brandon Rhodes of Portland, Oregon deliver a weekly review of bicycle lifestyles and simple living strategies in the hopes of describing the various ways that people in Portland and around the world are both investigating and finding answers to the question: how do I simplify the idea of the "good life?" With wit, insight, and good attitudes, Brock & Brandon engage interesting people in conversation and do their best to bring simplicity into focus.
Welcome to the WB Reel News Podcast - 2008 Academy Awards (R) - your inside look at Warner Bros. movies and DVDs. During each podcast, we'll feature trailers, behind-the-scenes clips and more. Enjoy!
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This podcast focuses upon the importance of civil rights within the academic arena; it highlights the importance of establishing an atmosphere free of discrimination, regardless of an individual’s race, color, national origin, age, sex and disability. In addition to providing active and applicable definitions to many of terms associated with civil rights, the podcast also confronts various scenarios that might hinder future civil rights compliance.
The Crossing-Zone is a Christian Podcast, geared towards teenagers, yet still very entertaining to the older generation as well. It is designed to bring you into a closer relationship with God and help you get past all the cars and to the other side of the crossing-zone, with Jesus. Please listen and enjoy, then help spread the word to your friends.
Creative Animal Relief, also known as C.A.R., is dedicated to creating a fellowship of creative animal lovers by utilizing its members’ talent to help raise the quality of life for animals. For this reason, C.A.R. was created to provide a way for its members to raise funds through artistic and creative means and to disburse these funds to known and worthy non-profit animal organizations. C.A.R. was launched in January 2009 and is in the process of becoming a 501(c) non-profit organization. Also visit our sister Group, Etsy for Animals at www.EFAartistshelpinganimals.org Each show will cover a differnt topic Wed. 7:00 Pm Eastern time every week Call in if you have questions PLEASE!!! Enjoy the show
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