Pieces of Thinking

Pieces of Thinking

Things that make you go "Well now, that's an interesting thought." Life happens so quickly that there are times we miss the smaller things happening around us. On 'Pieces of Thinking', we're going to talk about those odd little items. From professional actors and professional photographers, to dj's from the 80's. All of them offer some very unique and special insights, all of them offering us a glimpse into a different arena in life. So let's take an hour and a half and talk about things. Pieces of Thinking: Mondays at 9pm to 10:30pm EST Fridays at 9pm to 10:30pm EST


October 30, 2020 57 min
Our guest has traveled the world as a professional billiards player. She is a world champion, having won several titles in Billiards, 9 Ball and Trick Shot competitions and tournaments. She also has done double duty as a commentator for ESPN in some of the world tournaments.

Now, we get to talk with Ewa Mataya Laurance in a more personal setting, to find out what it takes to not only become a powerhouse world champion, but also stay...
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A wonderful walk down memory lane with Chuck, who is 92 years old. We talk about things from the Great Depression, his memory of listening to the radio when the bombing of Pearl Harbor happened, his time in the military during the Korean Conflict and much more. This show was like talking to a living history book.
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Our guest for this show is an individual who works for the New York City Police Department. His views are his own, and do not necessarily reflect the official policy, opinion or position of the State of New York, New York City or the New York City Police Department.
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What happens when you seize an opportunity & apply an unearthly drive for accomplishment? If you answered the result is success, I think this weeks guest might both agree, and disagree, with you.

Our guest this week is Dimitris Agrafiotis, an entrepreneur through many different aspects of business, as well as the types of business. A few simple things you might need to know: he was neither born with a silver spoon in his mouth n...
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How do entrepreneurs get to where they are? Did they magically just arrive there? Do they have a different mind set than so many others?

This week we get a rare opportunity to ask those, and many other questions, to Phil Busardo. From early days to now, we're going to take a look at his path that has brought him to traveling the world for the products he and Dimitris Agrafiotis created.

** This show contains some foul language. *...
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In the world of radio dj's, this is one man who has seen it all. A career spanninng more time than might be polite to say, in cities from tiny specks to huge metropolitan, his wealth of the industry is rivaled by few.

How often have we been driving down the road, tapping our foot to the music, when the DJ comes on the radio and tells us about the news or new place to hang out? Yet, how often did we ever stop to think what the gu...
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What has 110 to 150 beats per minute, played in sets by various DJ's, where the music is non stop for hours at a time? If you said electronic music, you're right. Trance, House, Jungle, Deep House, Ambient, Hardcore, Industrial... and this is only mentioning a few of the genre’s that are known collectively as electronic music.

Yet the evolution of the genre (like many things time has changed) has lost some of it's roots,...
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Many people have the aspiration of climbing the corporate ladder. Director, Vice President and then the top, CEO.

That’s where the buck stops, the position of ultimate authority within any company or organization.

Yet many may not be ready for the pitfalls that are attached to that very same position. Fewer still would come to the conclusion that being a CEO is much more than a career move. Like most jobs, you either seem to have a k...
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They can be some of the ugliest words in the english language: anxiety, depression and PTSD.
We all know someone who is currently trying their best to deal with depression. They put a glad face on it when we see them, but in their own home, they feel trapped, unable to go on.
We also know someone who is having issues with anxiety, not knowing what is happening next. They live their lives with a suffering we just don't see.
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She's a Vet from the US Army. She's a mother of two. She's also a professional photographer who owns and runs The Gallery 360 at the Eastwood Mall.

Who is she?

Michelle Lynn Ascano.

Her path in life has been challenging, moving from being in the Army to that of a Professional Photographer. Growing her vision has, at times, taken her to almost rock bottom in her life, and yet she not only overcame the hurdles, she now runs ...
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Back in the heyday of the 80's and 90's when big tobacco companies could run print adds, there was Joe the Camel, the Marlboro Man and this guy, the Winston Man, David Goerlitz.

From being the face of Winston cigarettes to today, his life has taken several radical changes. Speaking out against the large tobacco company left him demonized and publicly shamed, he has taken his fight to even greater lengths.

We're going to b...
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December 10, 2019 92 min
You see them on TV, you see them in the movies, in commercials, they're everywhere!
What are they? Actors, and actresses.

People often think it might be an easy job, or a cushy job, or a job with fame and fortune. Often, we do not take time to think of the entire cast you see on the screen. The people there, just in the background. The job they have? Multi-faceted, demanding, long hours and so much more.

This week, we're going...
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