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Listen to Job Show Radio with host Ramon Robles every Sunday at 4pm in Houston on KPRC 950AM or at KPRC Radio on the iHeartRadio app

If you haven’t had a chance, please tune in to Job Show Radio Sundays at 4pm or visit our podcast page here.  During our weekly show with Ramon, Chris Gatlin of Southern Fried Advertising and I discuss the topics on the minds of job seekers and those trying to fill positions.  Beyond topics, we read actual job openings during each segment and have helped people find new jobs. It’s incredible helping people find the jobs they want.

Also, for all the topics discussed on the show and for other employment related, frequently updated content, please visit our website at jobshowradio.com.

 

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Job Show Radio airs every Sunday at 4pm with host Ramon Robles on KPRC 950AM in Houston and at KPRC Radio on the iHeartRadio app

Today at the House of Blues – The 950 KPRC Meeting of the Minds with Michael Berry, Joe Pags and the whole 950 KPRC AM gang!

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If you love great talk radio, join The 950 KPRC AM today at the House of Blues for the “Meeting of the Minds”.  Be one of the first 100 to bring a new unwrapped gift for a child to donate to Toys for Tots and receive a pair of tickets to a future HOB event.

It’s your chance to watch Michael Berry, Michael Garfield, Joe Pags and Outlaw Dave dissect issues of the day and have a good time.

 

Michael Berry posts another video showing how ridiculous some of these protests have become

Click above to watch the video at michaelberry.com

Michael is a funny, insightful and sensible guy.  He does a masterful job of scouring the web and his contacts for content that you won’t find in the mostly liberal, traditional media. Today’s post at michaelberry.com shows a group of protesters representing “Occupy Atlanta”  during a rambling, odd, cult-like demonstration.  

John Lewis, a civil rights icon in the Atlanta area, had appeared to address the group, but ends up leaving after listening to the group’s facilitator lead them in a series of chants and hand signals that basically had no real purpose.  It’s funny, but sad.

It’s always a shame when honest passion is trumped by selfish stupidity.  

Tune into Michael in Houston on The 950 KPRC 950am weekdays from 2p-5p and weekdays from 5p-7p on NewsTalk 740am KTRH.