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A Former Nurse Discusses Restrictions As An Assisted Living Resident
"Ninety five year old Virginia Chandler is leading pretty active life in her assisted living facility in Albany Oregon until the crown of Irish shut everything down three months on restrictions are beginning to loosen and miss Chandler can now have visitors she couldn't even leave to run errands just get permission first that annoys her but as a former nurse Virginia Chandler understands what the lock down was necessary she told us about the restrictions under which she lives we see almost anyone as long as we stay six feet away from them we cannot go to another area for instance my friend is very ill they don't believe that she will live much longer I would love to go visit her but I can't and this isn't just from Mike Miller lite home this is true by the state I mean this is laid down the rules and then we're to follow what they want done and by the way ever governor has a different idea and different way of handling it some are opening their doors to everything and anything and that's not why it's either yeah so do you take your meals with friends yes but we can only one at the table one of the table so we say hello teacher yeah as you as you may have heard about more than twenty five percent of the people who have died from corona virus are in nursing homes and assisted care facilities yeah do you feel safe I feel safest for hence the people here they're very good so you're not worried about the coronavirus I am concerned from different standpoints I'm ninety five in December and so I am ready for the end of my life and prepared for I am concerned that bad of people well and I hope that our country begins to look at what is happening economic only medically emotionally emotions is the big problem right now because we've been locked up and down for such a long time and if we want to go like say to a picnic for instance one of my great granddaughter since graduating from high school I'd love to go there her graduation I'd love to go to her home for a party afterwards but I'm not going to be able to yeah well you know the experts say those restrictions are for your own safety yes of course yeah but that's for your physical and we're not made up of just the physical we're made up of the motion psychological ways of expressing ourselves so we're not an animal of physical side alone yeah sounds like a tough way to live but that you're very tough in your mind to well yes it's very hard to get up at the beginning of the day and know that you're not going to do anything except eat or watch something on TV and so it makes for a long day and once you've gone through months like we have and continue to look like we will it looks like a never ending plague it's not pleasant I wish I could say something of her of comfort but you wouldn't be fooled by that would you no nobody can fool somebody who's ninety five years old now yes Virginia Chandler a retired nurse who's an assisted living resident in Albany Oregon thanks so much for being
The Splatter Box brings creativity and stress relief to Oregon
"If your holiday travels take you south you may want to make a stop in Oregon for some stress relief come was bright Calvert discovers a very colorful way to work out your aggressions from the gate Laura Ellis knew she was onto something is actually the first of its kind in the U. S. business is called the splatter box most of my clientele from out of state I've had people from Alberta Canada Phoenix Arizona just everywhere command the splitter boxes a large black lit room in downtown Albany Oregon where you put on a little safety gear then you're allowed to work out any and all aggression by throwing paint yeah just or even just like we have company and presses everyone obviously because goggles because we don't want anything and eyes that they can just sort of go to town and this is you know just an area where you can see each other it's like goes everywhere and underneath the black lights glow clients of the splatter box throw paints in each other's splattered on the walls he would write messages of peace when their anger has finally dissipated when your session of throwing paint ends the room and you get hosed down you see all this pain comes off with water leaving no evidence of the stress relief you just work through I trade market I looked around I haven't found anything like it the current market cornered so if you plan your drive south this holiday season consider a pit stop in Albany whether you're on your way to or from grandma's house a little color might just be the pressure release you need
"albany oregon" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Sean Reilly in Albany, Oregon, Sean the sun is coming up on seventeenth birthday. And are tuned in almost every night. Well, the first report I'd like to start with is from hickory North Carolina the seventeenth Monday of this week. Gentlemen, writes that he was standing outside looking at the night sky is that's the way most UFO reports start, of course. And he saw an orange object orange light spinning and pulsing descending vertically as it got to its parody its lowest point it stopped and paused for a moment, and then started moving laterally parallel to the horizon and just disappeared in the night sky ran to get his wife, but by the time they got back. The object was gone. Second report comes from also from North Carolina. This one from oak island, the next night the eighteenth. I think that's two nights ago that on Tuesday of this week husband and wife, I standing outside and their attention was drawn to a cluster of white lights. They estimated at least ten or a dozen moving in a very complex fashion. Sometimes as a group sometimes individually, and it's a very complex citing. I won't take time tonight to try to describe it George, but it's well worth reading we should have it posted soon super shortly after the sighting of the white lights about the size of SARS. The husband and wife saw several orange lights that split into six separate orange objects. Looking forward to having that posted very interesting report third report comes from Saint Augustine, Florida woman reports seen a very. Very bright white flash of light followed by a green light below it. And I mentioned this case because within two minutes. Very similar report from Holden, North Carolina. Takes us back to that state for a moment person saw green object streak at least covering thirty degrees of the horizon. And he quite properly allows for the possibility that it may have been a meteor. But he says it was way too large to be a meteor, and he sought for fifteen seconds, which is a long long time for even for a dramatic meteor last couple of reports I'd like to touch on one comes from granite Ville, Vermont two witnesses saw two red lights that were hovering below cloud level. They suddenly accelerated to the right and disappeared very very rapidly. Skip the last one Georgia and save until next week. But I'd like to enclosing just wish everybody a merry Christmas and a happy new year to you your staff, and of course, to the coast listeners, and we'll see some time. Next week. Absolutely. Thank you, Peter. You have a great Christmas yourself, and we'll talk with you right after Christmas and enjoy the holiday, my friend. A new discovery in Egypt by Dr Carmen Boulter back with us. We're going to talk about something that just may knock you off your chair next on coast to coast AM..
"albany oregon" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Can't. Play that entire song by the ways case anybody, out, there was worried no that will not be not. Be big air tonight but suffice it to say that that's an age. Old discussion about kids and the proper way, to raise, of that of course goes all the way back to Leonard Bernstein and west side story so suffice it to say Catherine Lewis we've had this discussion for a long time absolutely, and one of, the questions I get a lot is the. Things that I did or my parents are my grandparents said they work then why don't they, seem to work now and, that's? Really the core of what I was trying to explore in my book is why. Are things so different now there, are different I, think because we've let them become different there's nothing inherent about the problems of the, twenty first century or, even the digital age we we've let. Them become different right our culture has kids are not genetically, different from what you and I were right. The culture has shifted so much and you know, every, educator I interviewed for this book who'd been teaching. More than ten years said the kids start kindergarten less able to sit. Still control themselves they wanted adult to come, in and, intervene in their conflicts and so There's something going on really really early in their lives, where they're not getting, that experience to learn how to control. Themselves here's a call from dot in Albany Oregon on the. Jim Bohannon We're fine thank you, doing good myself I just do put it mildly my childhood was certainly no vacation at Club. Med but I made it through in, good, shape good enough shape Okay Anything else you care to. Ahead I can explain. Okay I was at the. Mall I got the most part I was I was burglary abused plus. I. Got a certain amount of. Physical and sexual abuse for. Neighborhood bullies Like I say with the good Lord's help I was. Able to make that while Crowley of okay you. Survived and and sorted. We all in various ways rather other your thoughts about where we are today Maybe they are being Maybe they are maybe they are being mollycoddling. The children to Mike. I really don't know, I've never been married don't, have any children myself so.
"albany oregon" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Saying comrades Marks we love you Not so. Much welcome in everyone the Jim Bohannon show tongue-in-cheek. Toward the great Putin you heard Andy McCarthy and the president saying that to, Sean Hannity tonight That Putin was very very very. Strong in denying the meddling and all that so who are you believing Or the president's own appointee national intelligence adviser coats Dan Coats not the deep state it's not. The Obama. People that were put in and you know there are those operatives trying to bring Trump down all true but these are some of his own, folks, and they're saying there's no doubt the Russians were. Trying to do this stuff Doesn't mean they were effective It certainly does it mean that that won the election for President Trump But it means that Putin is a pathologic beyond a pathological liar So why are we throwing into question The intelligence operation. Appointed by the president by and, large. Let's, go. To Don in Albany Oregon hey. Don. Welcome to. The Jim Bohannon show thanks good evening From what I gather from the news there are plenty. Of people on both sides of, the. Aisle, up. In arms over Trump's part of. That. Summit yes Yes. Definitely Don are? You. There, yes I'm here? Yeah All I've never been a supporter of. The Soviet. Union absolutely. Not I served this nation probably twice in. My life Okay Go. Ahead Well Also seems to be extremely rare that we Americans Reverend total lockstep All. True. I'm not but Don thank you, and thanks for. Your, service okay I. Don't know a point there but thank you yes Democrats. And Republicans some of, them are just anti, never-trumpers without a, doubt a lot of others even on Fox, News.
"albany oregon" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"A stephen in boise idaho steven you're on the michael medved show taking my call i think you'll get some this up it sounds to me christopher wrong that people who play video games do so because they wanna feel confident doing something they think is useful instead of like too lazy to actually learn how to do something useful that they could be constant out my right well i'm not sure that's always true i'm people like video games for all reasons where we're talking about is a distinction between people who like video games and people may be addicted to them do you think that's a valid distinction quote addicted or the people that are too lazy to actually learn how to do something competently competent that's useful when you agree not necessarily now because a for instance this guy that they're describing in this article in the guardian appears to have had a job he was competent enough together enough to get a family not everyone who is going to be addicted to gaming as living in mom's basement and taking disability though by the way that of course is an interesting question that sean in albany oregon is raising sean go ahead yeah i like you said the europeans have recognized is a disease are i believe there could be a push there's already in the law that like you can get a handicap permit for anything that you can qualify for disability for so now are you going to qualify for disability like for gaming now like you can for flat feet nps td and then sit all my might get disability while quote unquote being treated by the way this is one area where the trump administration is at least begun to take a look at it we've been moving more and more under president obama and the direction of scandinavia in terms of taking out huge chunks of our workforce by allowing claims of disability and disability for all kinds of things now obviously if you disability if you have if you're disabled because you fall off a roof and you can't work anymore.
"albany oregon" Discussed on WGN Radio
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"albany oregon" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio
"Phony express the time of some romance at least as the story was told there were other aspects to this and jim de police has dug into the one eight six six five o jimbo is the author of west like lightning it's with us tonight along with don in albany oregon north of where the determines was we're fine thank you doing great myself i was just gonna ask you guess what the four hundred dollars for one of those mustangs back then would be in today's money it'd be it would be quite a lot of money today i it's a little bit hard to kinda you know trans transfer things but i'll give you let me put it this way if you wanted to send a letter than it would cost you five you know that in today's in today's money is is a hundred and thirty eight dollars brother so you know so if we multiply that you you had to really want to get a letter to the west coast in a hurry you did now i have to admit that they actually lower the price you know as a service as a service goes on and i believe at one point he gets as low as fifty cents so that's you know which would be about a little more than thirteen dollars and that's not i mean we can kinda you know think about that today you know for i guess a fedex overnight letter might be comparable so but the but four hundred dollars for a horse let's put it in ten ten thousand dollars today it's a little hard to kind of transpose that because you know just because values are are so different today but it was it was a huge amount of money the company spent an enormous but but they knew that they were going to lose money that was actually kind of baked into russell's plan now now what kind of a business plan and thank you for your call don what kind of a business plan or concludes losing money being quote baked in unquote.
"albany oregon" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Phony express a time of some romance at least as the story was told there were other aspects to this and jim diva says dug into them one eight six six five o jimbo is the author of west like lightning it's with us tonight along with don in albany oregon a bit north of where the determines was we're fine thank you i'm just gonna ask your guest worked four hundred dollars for those mustangs back then would be in today's money it'd be it would be quite a lot of money today it's a little bit hard to kind of trance transfer things about give you let me put it this way if you wanted to send a letter than it would cost you five you know that in today's in today's money is is a hundred and thirty eight dollars brother so you know so if we multiply that had to really want to get a letter to the west coast in a hurry you did now i i have to admit that they actually lower the price you know as a service as service goes on and i believe at one point he gets as low as fifty cents so that's you know which would be about you know a little more than thirteen dollars and that's not i mean we can kinda you know think about that today you know for i guess fedex overnight letter might be comparable so but the but four hundred dollars for a horse you know let's put it in ten ten thousand dollars today it's a little hard to kinda transpose that because you know just because values are are so different today but it was it was a huge amount of money the company spent an enormous sum but but they knew that they were going to lose money that was actually kind of baked into russell's plan now what kind of a business plan and thank you for your call what kind of a business plan or concludes losing money being quote baked in unquote.
"albany oregon" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Phony express type of some romance at least as the story was told there were other aspects to this and jim day police has dug into them one eight six six five o jimbo is the author of west like lightning is with us tonight along with don in albany oregon north of where the terminals we're fine thank you doing great myself i was just gonna ask you guess what the four hundred dollars for one of those mustangs back then would be in today's money it'd be it would be quite a lot of money today i it's a little bit hard to kinda deal trance transfer things well give you let me put it this way if you wanted to send a letter than it would cost you five win when the pony express started with cost you five dollars now that in today's in today's money is is a hundred and thirty eight dollars her brother so you know so we multiply that you had to really want to get a letter to the west coast in a hurry you did now i have to admit that they actually lower the price as a service as a service goes on and i believe at one point gets as low as fifty cents so that's you know which would be about you know a little more than thirteen dollars and that's not i mean we can kinda you know think about that today you know for i guess a fedex overnight letter might be comparable so but the four hundred dollars for a horse let's put intend to yell ten thousand dollars today it's a little hard to kind of transpose that because you know just because values are are so different today but it was it was a huge amount of money the company spent an enormous sum but but they knew that they were going to lose money that was actually kind of baked into russell's plan now now what kind of a business plan and thank you for your call what kind of a business plan all concludes losing money being quote baked in unquote well you see russell's plan wasn't just to deliver the mail russell's plan remember was to create this huge empire and what he ordered to get capital to to.
"albany oregon" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
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"albany oregon" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM
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"albany oregon" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Welcome back aired in albany oregon hey thanks for watching frizz call sure what's i've been trying per day anyway on introduced myself my name is added hemmingsen i'm in albany oregon i've been a peace activists since nineteen 48 literally i won't worked on the henry wallace campaign well in my theory about donald trump is that he he's he's the course the wild card he's not fully in control or or are being controlled by this proud powersthatbe the putting the money holders and i think they did the war industry the war industry is the biggest to fraud in the biggest money maker that the capitalist system how's it going and thereafter taste bettiah donald trump uh carries through with his line of all book making peace between north and south korea which they of course would like to do they may lose one of their biggest important enemies and this is a big damage to the war industry who were who were they going to two or take all next in you know uh i i can tell you that they're going to take on next china they're already preparing it and and and russia as well but you know the during a hard time because to trying to selling all stuff to us yeah i mean it's it is is not easy this is yeah you're right and if i'm not i think that's the problem but that's the big worry in warning during an and wall street fell days yeah that they will lose one of their biggest most important enemies yeah it's it's uh it's an interesting theory add i'm not sufficiently wired into the military industrial complex to to know what they are thinking but you're right i mean they they they suck up half the federal budget it's lewis a mindboggling industry out there the process motive has been the biggest destruction all the resources and the and the earth earth has ever experienced and of our government this were the primary sponsors of the tunnel yeah well we i but i mean the bringing the profit motive into governor warren harding and '19 '20 ran on a platform of less government in business more business and government 'nother is deregulate and privatise and he did that in the 20s kicked off the worrying 20s which led directly to the great crash of 1929 reagan ran on essentially the same thing and started the process.
"albany oregon" Discussed on WLOB
"To to press here's don in albany oregon hello don hey good evening good evening ideas marin who were ask your guest of rhetorical civil war being waged light down and one more thought i find those still missing the hard core in your face takenoprisoners news that he'll both sides feet firmly to the fire you know i i think we have a uh uh a grass is always greener on the other side view and we think that the media always held both sides of the fire was no proof takenoprisoners approach uh there have always been challenges in reporting the news in deciding what the cover uh but it seems much more challenging today uh in terms of the rhetorical civil war uh you know a hard and he wants to say absolutely because uh uh there have been twenty study shelling that you can tell somebody's political use just by the language they choose to use uh people on one side of the divide will use one set of words to describe the situation and people on the other side or use using something else uh and i think unfortunately uh my my former bulls russian in the polling uh industry helped create some of this divide because we did segment society and talk about how they're different narrow groups would perceive things uh the one thing that it gives me hope in terms of uh a unifying view in this country and something that we don't lift up enough on these what i call in the book the american creed uh in it's this idea for at least from our declaration of independence that we all have the right to live our lives as we see fit so long as we respect the rights of others to do the same and people do have that belief in america that they should have the right to make the decisions about their own wife and in respect some others and we need to find ways to build on that uh and look for that common ground rather than constantly uh engaging in that rhetorical civil war all right to a jehmu is the northwest pennsylvania hello jim hello oh it's on your abide well uh first of all let me say.
"albany oregon" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes
"No hale who does you and so hey it's good to see ari love you made it i wasn't talking than that k curse not not in love with a k but albany oregon online to see when those tickets go on sale in january and so out thank you get them now although they might have shut down the did a black friday sale oh i just checked event bright new rebels tickets are on sale now oh okay in one quick last thing for two thousand seventeen uh favorite person or ecorse course mike is on their you're on the list buddy but since i get to bring someone else up a wheel travis sixin travis is a very good friend and i had to say that a probably would not be even half the homebrew i am if it wasn't for travis hickson when i got into homebrew in he was he was all must be back speed dial every time i was at my back yard for six hours and anyway we've known each other for good long while i was able to perform his wedding and have been with him through his many different uh sagas as as saima gist of one kind or another and he just recently landed the position as we know of at blackberry farms is there had hit brewer this last week wasn't i was just hanging out with him at uri and realize good dude men so travis in i mean i would know i would know squat about beer if it wasn't for travis and somebody good to learn from boston.
"albany oregon" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The first down a spot on down scheers shy the 35yardline suits one yard to go on third down albany oregon dutch just another way here the 26 las vegas gold boise state and ord herbert out with a shotgun turns handsoff kale back right side be traffic and reduce wait between their halftruths how could a 35yard lied and that is very close to a il once again by kim i and without boy spring employing ben and brooks james along with a freshman felix aboagye the ball through to carry said it was in upper a firstdown came up your shy about a half yard exalts the dots who forced upon david morbid and outstanding tackle the traffic there for the broncos late lander was in on that the defensive player of the year in the mountain west conference he's had a tremendous year this year adam stack usbacked the pump this little white pictures snapped walls to his right boot pull the 23 yard wide avery williams makes the grabble to twenty nine brexit tackle took just enough contact deptuy brendan obscure the first team all pac 12 special teams standout bacon their stop with a tackles to a very short return of thirty six yard pont at about three yards chill the return for the broncos avery williams averaging twelve yards per punt return to great athletes right tear schooler on the tackle who is also an all league performer avery on the kids out of his shotgun first down exam balls spotted at the thirty three your mind bowler passportholding what the right moshe man through the back hear ct tonics snapped to whip it peak drops looks up to his left swing parents catch all of that people make my group of people outside the numbers how the cost of forty out to the forty six yard line and it's a first down at a gain of fourteen yards just in holland's the outside law becker reserve a tackle and liu said.
"albany oregon" Discussed on WLOB
"That we are frustrated about it that i there is a lot of irrational fear of nuclear power and and all kind of not a good understanding of of the sort of safety precautions that we do take in the united states uh or or really kind of uh you know wing costs and benefits versus other forms of energy production uh such as cold that we know emits pollution that that in fact you know can harm help so badly um it's the either i think if he gets an unfair shake yeah and as we go to this call i have to ask the follow up at about the people who died at three mile island which is a very this leading question how many with that yes people would they be who died at three mile island because i guarantee you there are people out they would say oh a couple of dozen how many people died at three mile island well again it's it's i know the answer is nearly one um what once again nobody died there there was a small contained releasing radiation and you know we had a big scare story about it but in reality i think the real story three mile island was just have strongly reacted to something that ended up being a an incident that caused almost essentially no effects on human outlets however the sky is not falling to don in albany oregon hello don good evening carol market adrian yes what's undermine covering yes good evening what's on your mind care i grabbed wrote me i have no problem with their nuclear power plants wonder if were brutal promote game fear i rather hurrying why alive or anything like it all right gentle got to address that uh david we'll let you know it gets back to the this visibility questioned you just brought up jim minutes when a plane crashes everyone peter on the news it's very striking imagery and it makes a lot of people here flying but you know we.
"albany oregon" Discussed on WGTK
"200 six a quake email that came in on disagreement day from a keough in albany oregon he says today you praise the us president for his made in america extravaganza at the white house and you seemed very pleased that you will be part of it next week i think this is being a hypocrite on your part how can you praise a man and or his display at the white house when he and his daughter have their wares all made overseas what's good for the goose is good for the gander i guess that doesn't imply instead his motto is do as i say not as i do and then shame on you any has about fifteen exclamation points okay look i i have i have made the same notice the same thing that president trump does not with his own product lines or ivanka trump for that matter have stuff that has only made in america we played a of a very funny excerpt of president trump selling his ties on the david letterman show were david letterman looked at the back of a ties has says here maiden china and trump immediately answered back yeah the finest ties i i could get anywhere made in china okay i i i do think that it's worth acknowledging that president trump has a different job right now that his main concern is not the manufacturer and marketing of his various branded products whose main concern is helping the united states economy and it should be and i think that as much as he can encourage manufacturing in this country he's not calling for a boycott of foreign goods he is not yet at least even calling for a trade war and i think that's good and to support the idea of bringing back good solid manufacturing jobs no it's a wonderful goal and i am very proud to support that goal and to be part of this effort at the white house next week let us go to your calls on disagreement day to paul and wooden ville washington you're on the medved show hello paul reiffel the nations of the world do not make their thing with her healthcare policy faith on what new york governor help about shooting down quote back in the 1940s nor neither at their enough charity care to go around nor is.
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