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In 2008 this was the blog / website for the Let's Talk About It Radio Show. Life moved on and the domain's registration changed hands several times. In 2017 the site now called Let's Talk Radio WGOG-DB sported a new look and offered opportunities for people to HOST YOUR OWN RADIO SHOW.
In 2018 a new owner purchased this site's domain registration. The content you find here is from the former iterations of the site, plus other outside sources.
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Lets Talk Radio WGOG-DB can now be found on Youtube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCi_4DlGglrvcy5S6lk561LA.
You can go to: www.stitcher.com/podcast/deneisha-jackson-3/lets-talk-3, if you wish to listen to some episodes from 2016 shows or to www.iheart.com/podcast/966-lets-talk-radio-wgo-28800265/ for more current episodes. Don't miss an episode of Let's Talk Radio WGOG-DB.
So what has happened to Let's Talk About It Radio Show?
They may have folded. However in 2015 a brand new radio show on BKS1Radio LET'S TALK ABOUT IT** arrived on the scene. Learn more about the show from www.wbks1.com/lets-talk-about-it or www.youtube.com/watch?v=A40C93LFGu0.
2017 Iteration Lets Talk Radio / WGOG-DB
WGOG-DB is a talk radio station out of Clearwater Florida. We host a wide variety of talk programing such as, paranormal, metaphysical, spiritual, and more! We also engineer your program at an affordable rate with top quality service! We have the best sound around, in addition to you taking live calls and having your own personal chatroom! Its easy and its fun! Anyone can do it and WGOG-DB wants your show idea, so Let's Ta!k!
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Kat Hobson (Paranormal)
January 28, 2018•119 min
Kat Hobson is a seasoned paranormal researcher, investigator and host of Paranormal Experienced Radio. Kat has many gifts including discernment of spirits. She is able to know intent & to communicate with them. She has worked extensively with her teams and their clients to resolve many cases to date. While investigations in known haunted locations is good training & interesting, Kat feels that her gifts were given to aid individuals in distress in what should be their safe environments. Residential hauntings are where her heart lies. Kat is lead investigator of SCARE of Alabama located in Birmingham, Alabama.
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From Show - 12/30/2008
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Kissing our way into the New Year
By Dave Stancliff For the Times-Standard
posted: 12/28/2008 01:31:06 AM PST
Have you ever been to a New Year's party where, at the stroke of midnight, everyone started kissing? Who hasn't? It's an old tradition and also a superstition.
In Biblical times the act of kissing or touching ones lips to those of another, or to another person's cheek was a token of affection or respect.
Kissing was common not only between male and female relatives (Genesis 29:11; 31:28), but also between male relatives. (Genesis 27:26, 27; 45:15; Exodus 18:7; 2 Samuel 14:33) It was likewise a gesture of affection between close friends. (1 Samuel 20:41, 42; 2 Samuel 19:39) Kissing might accompany a blessing. (Genesis 31:55)
Historians credit the Romans (are we surprised?) with starting the tradition of kissing and merrymaking on New Year's Eve. They called it the Festival of Saturnalia. Later on, the English and the Germans would celebrate the coming of the new year by kissing the first person they met when the bells chimed twelve.
Europeans have celebrated with masked balls on New Year's Eve for hundreds of years. Tradition says the mask symbolizes evil spirits from the old year and the kiss (after taking off the mask) is an act of purification.
Kissing and drinking on New Years Eve seems to be now an entrenched tradition in most western countries. Consuming alcohol at celebrations is just a given. It’s so easy to grab a beer, have a glass of wine, toast with champagne at a special event. For many people, a drink or two is easy to handle. However when the drinking becomes the all-consuming need something is seriously out of balance. It’s so easy to start drinking, but quitting drinking is a whole different story particularly for those people who over drink. If you know of some one who seems to be starting on that downward spiral towards alcoholism there are a number of options for interventions. Aside from AA or detox / rehab centers, the most common drugs associated with stopping excessive alcohol consumption are: Disulfiram, also known by the brand name Antabuse, which is used as an effective treatment for chronic alcoholism by discouraging the consumption of alcohol and Naltrexone which belongs to a class of drugs known as opiate antagonists. It works in the brain to prevent opiate effects. Although Naltrexone has a lengthy history of successfully treating alcoholism, it is not sufficient when taken alone. Naltrexone does not reduce the cravings for alcohol, nor does it reduce the symptoms of alcohol withdrawal. Naltrexone is most effective when taken in concert with other forms of treatment, including other medications, therapy, counseling, and 12-step programs.
However, there is a new drug called Baclofen whose action on the GABA receptors in the brain may help lessen cravings and withdrawal symptoms for alcohol. While commonly used to treat multiple sclerosis and spinal cord injuries, baclofen is still undergoing testing as a treatment for alcoholism. Although baclofen has not yet received approval by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) as a safe and effective treatment for alcohol or drug use disorders, doctors in Europe prescribe baclofen as the primary treatment for people who drink excessively. A new online site LifeBac is promoting a program that includes both pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy. LifeBac is not a rehab or treatment clinic, but a collection of modern, science-based tools to empower people to avoid the downward spiral into alcoholism. Unlike other approaches to dealing with excessive drinking, the LifeBac program does not require total abstinance. For those people who are able to take baclofen, some studies have shown a 65% success rate for treatment-resistant alcoholics, allowing them to return to low- or medium-risk drinking. That’s right, this treatment doesn’t require abstinence although many people do stop all drinking. Preliminary open-label studies from Italy have demonstrated the effectiveness of baclofen in reducing alcohol use among the alcoholics. In addition, results from a clinical study conducted by Brown University show alcohol-addicted participants receiving baclofen were able to abstain from drinking for longer periods of time than those who didn’t receive the drug. It is a drug that is worth considering if excessive drinking is a problem.
From Past Show - 12/9/2008
PNC to buy National City
Oct. 24 (Bloomberg) -- PNC Financial Services Group Inc., Pennsylvania's biggest bank, plans to buy National City Corp. for about $5.2 billion in stock after receiving U.S. Treasury funds.
PNC will pay $2.23 a share, 19 percent less than National City's closing price yesterday, to create the fifth-largest U.S. bank by deposits, the Pittsburgh-based lender said today in a statement. The $7.7 billion of Treasury funding, part of the government's $250 billion plan to recapitalize banks, ``put this transaction on a very solid footing,' PNC said.
National City, once among the nation's top 10 subprime lenders, joins Washington Mutual Inc. and Wachovia Corp. in submitting to takeovers after losses tied to failed home loans. Cleveland-based National City lost more than $3 billion during the past five quarters, and its stock plunged 87 percent this year. PNC is still profitable.
Special Guest John from American Mortgage Reports on Mortgages
John the Mortgage Man reports from American Mortgage, Inc located in Cherry Hill NJ at 1-800-639-7777, on special financing programs like the "Quick Stream Refinancing" and mortgage modifications for Adjustable Rate Loans and where you owe more than your house is worth. Today for new purchase buyers the rate was 4.5%, it a good time to be a new purchase buyer. Check out their website for information that may help you make things more manageable. John's compnay has a no risk offer for anyone who wants to find out if American Mortgage can help.
Are You Have Problems With Your Dell PC
On the show the crew was complaining about their Dell computer support and how horrible the support is because the calls are taken by people in India. Well our webguy called into the show and highly recommended, Plum Choice. Plum Choice offers many great computer service and maintenance programs, they do all the work right over the internet. No more waiting for the Geek Guy from Best Buy or the Tech Guy from FireDog, service when you need it... while sitting in front of your computer. Checkout Plum Choice Computer Services.
Should a Ten Year Old Girl Be Allowed To Have a Cellular Phone.
Frank's daughter called into the show tonight to say hello to her daddy. 10 year old Sarah gave dad her Christmas list and she wants a Cellular Phone... Darlene thinks she is too young to have a mobile phone. Darlene wonders who Sarah really needs to call, so give us your vote and we will report on the results next week.
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Holiday Fun & Talk
The Crew, minus Darlene because she fell and broke her arm, have fun bringing in the holiday of Christmas while touching lightly on a variety of topics. On this show there where two lucky winners for naming the artist of a holiday song that was played. One listener won a book and the other listener won a gift certificate to Bennigan's Grill & Tavern in Vineland NJ.
The Crew has some fun with guests and talks about the their new website. The Voorhees Animal Rescue calls in to give its report on how animals are doing in this troubled financial environment.
Reducing Stress and Anxiety
The Crew brings in the Holidays after Thanks Giving while they make a push to recruit more people for the Vineland Rotary Club's Second Annual Holiday Wine Tasting and Silent Auction to raise money. Announce the end of year Blood Drive at the Ramada Inn in Vineland NJ right off Route 55 on Tuesday December 30. Please help increase turnout and schedule your appointment with Ron McMann at 856-696-3117. Dan the Fantasy Football Man calls in for his weekly sports report coming off a winning week and he announces he will have to spend about a month in Iraq at end of January for a second time. Special guest Dr. Anthony Calzaretto chiropractor from Cherry Hill NJ at 609-696-0092 talks stress, relaxation, symptoms that lead to anxiety and how to better manage busy life styles with a top-ten list. The Doctor also offers up a free One Hour Massage and Chiropractic Examine for a new upcoming Let's Talk About It listner contest.
The Law of Attraction
The Crew gives themselves a new name, Lets Talk About It with Darlene, Frank and Carol and gives listner Michelle the dinner for two at Bennigan's Grill & Tavern in Vineland NJ for calling into the show with the name. Dan The Fantasy Football Man talks weekly games, players and his game picks for the week. Special guest Maggie Burgisser from Healthy Images located in Voorhees NJ talks about healing, the law of attraction, techniques for better living, the power of good energies and the incredible power of the widely acclaimed, The Secret. Bill (a.k.a. Tony Saprano) from Bennigan's Grill & Tavern in Vineland NJ calls into the show to say hello to the crew.
Identity Theft and Security
This broadcast officially announces Frank as a permanent addition to the Let's Talk About It Crew. The hosts talk about the new name of the show while they reveal a contest to give the show a new tagline name and the winning listner gets a dinner for two at the Bennigan's Grill & Tavern in Vineland NJ 1-856-205-0010 ask for Bill (a.k.a. Tony Saprano). Carol reports about fighting Identity theft from her interview with Frank Abagnale Jr. from who the movie, "Catch Me If You Can" was based his life story of international theft, impersonation and fraud. Other topics were last years Vineland NJ holiday parade, plans for on-location broadcasts, The Vineland Rotary Club Second Annual Holiday Wine Tasting and Silent Auction to raise money for charities and Adopt a Pet.
** An interesting aside: In 2015 a Brand New Radio Show on BKS1Radio LET'S TALK ABOUT IT arrived on the scene. You can Watch & Listen Live On BKS1Radio.com On Thursday 6:30pm-7:30pm Est. To The LET'S TALK ABOUT IT Show. Jump In Chat or Call In Live 646-233-1302. Great Topics and Controversial Debates, Nothing's Off Limits...Part of Fixing The Problem Is To TALK ABOUT IT...