Laura Jones with Regent Power in St Louis, Missouri is a renewable energy innovator and integrator. Regent Power is working on projects revolving around renewable energy, especially charging for electric vehicles, and Smart Cities. Electric vehicles (EVs) are becoming more prevalent daily yet charging infrastructure is still getting put in place. Fast EV charging stations are a key part of this … Continue reading You’ve Got the Power – Laura Jones from Regent Power Electrifies Us!
Monthly Archives: February 2018
Can we be honest here? You are listening to a show about personal finances. Why? I can promise you it isn’t because of the humor or my good looks. You are here because you want to do this “money thing” better – and I’m right there with you! I want you to learn what it has … Continue reading You Can Have No Debt, No Credit and NO PROBLEMS – I’m living proof!
Everyone has an opinion. In the world of film, “critics” are tasked with giving us a well rounded look at the upcoming feature we may or may not be interested in seeing. Horror always seems to get the short end of the stick due to its basic nature of being disturbing, violent and sometimes gory. … Continue reading Cut The Crap Movie Review – Harbinger Down
Personnel in the Security industry can always learn something new when it comes to interacting and working with members of the local police department when they arrive on-scene. You might think that the details are obvious but there’s a lot more to making the experience beneficial for all. Check out some great details generated by experience … Continue reading Are Security Guards Doing Too Much?
Being a new member of any law enforcement is already filled with perils of all kinds. Who’d have thought that you’d have to anticipate raising the shields from those around you? There are MANY reasons to be careful when it comes to thieves that get dollars in their eyes when they know someone “new” has … Continue reading Thieves in Law Enforcement – But Not the Ones You’re Thinking of…
The debate is a regular one, but the details, numbers and statistics make the choice clear. Be sure to listen to this episode of The Free Field Training Podcast to learn why “Cops Use .40…” The Free Field Training Podcast Links Bar: Subscribe via iTunes | Subscribe via RSS Feed | Facebook Page | Instagram … Continue reading Why Cops Use .40
The concept of a “Superhero Team” had been thought about, drawn up, and shown to human eyes millions of times and satisfied every eye that saw them – on the written comic book page. When you talk about live-action television and feature films well – “Superhero Team” efforts, especially ones worth their salt when it … Continue reading Avengers (2012) – A Perspective Review
What happens when you’re told that one of your most-favored characters has to die this episode? How about if you’re told and can “feel” that at least ONE of our hero team is going to die? How about that MULTIPLE CHARACTERS are going to die? There’s something to an episode that doesn’t only get your … Continue reading Season 5, Episode 10 – “Past Life” – Reviewed!
We’re gabbing about the benefits of green education, building green, and green financing. Welcome back, Tony Pratte, with The Sound Room. We have plenty of laughs discussing how green isn’t about politics, or living in a tree house. It’s about thinking, and making, conscious decisions about your home and how you live. One of my … Continue reading Green Inspiration and Education
Remember when The Wizard Of Oz would air on television once a year and if you missed it, you were shit out of luck? It was the same with the Christmas specials. Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, Frosty the Snowman and A Charlie Brown Christmas. If you and your family didn’t tune in, you had … Continue reading Lethal Listings: 7 Halloween TV Specials You Might Have Forgotten