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"burkhalter" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

04:53 min | Last week

"burkhalter" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Welcome back. Alright. As I mentioned, we're going back to back to back And our number one. So if you're on hold, you want to stay there have not tough on there is toll free 1 806 368686 as promised. We're joined right now by the U. S men's national team. Head coach. He was named head coach in December. 2018 US defeated Mexico 3 to 2 and That is a huge win for them. Next up Costa Rica and that is tomorrow night. Seven PM He's a good friend of the program. He is Greg Burke Halter. Gregor is so good to have you back. How are you? Hey, Jim. How's it going? Good. Good, Greg. What? A wild night Sunday that game against Mexico, I think had a little bit of everything. You had a red card for a coach. You had multiple shoving matches. You had a penalty scored the 114th minute of penalty saved in the one 24th and so much more before we get into all those details, Greg, I want to ask when you look back on that match one of the moments or maybe the emotions that stick out to you the most Well as you mentioned all the events that happened in the game, and that's what makes sport beautiful. You know, just all these different storylines happening within 120 minute game. You know what stands out to me is is for a young team. Now, This is the younger youngest lineup we've ever played in the final. How poised we remain and how calm we were, You know, no matter what happened. We gave up a goal in the second minute of the game, which which you know doesn't happen. Normally and you know the guys just hung in there and there was resilient and kept working, and we fought our way back into the game. And then there's all the craziness is happening around with the fans and the players and the referee. Ask our guys just stayed really calm. We're able to to get the win. We're talking a great Burkhalter. I certainly want to get into that chaos and craziness that happened and I was going to say to you given the youth of this team has significant it was For a team that young to start and maintenance composure on the final. And you did answer that. You know, from the outside, Greg. It feels like this is a team that really loves each other and will really go to battle for each other. You're obviously much closer to it. Does it feel that way to you? Do you feel that bond within These guys are warriors, and, you know, it's great to be a part of it once when we got in the huddle before overtime for the overtime period. You know it wasn't me that was leading it. It was the players and they just got everyone together and say, Guys, listen, this is it. We're going for it, And that was a great That was a great step when you know the coach can sit back. And be part of it, and the players actually take ownership and what's happening on the field and you know it's again having a really young group. It's impressive to see that type of leadership. We're talking to Greg Burke Halter Greg, The start of the match got off to a pretty challenging kind of a rocky start. When Mark Mackenzie's ball off the back was picked off potato Corona scored inside the first two minutes. What was going through your head in that moment? Well, you have a game plan, and and the game plan doesn't account for that happening. It was right away. We had to kind of change our pressure change how we're going to adapt to the game after two minutes and you know And give Mark McKenzie a ton of credit because he hung in there. He's a young player first time playing in a final act it and after making a mistake like that early in the game, he hung in there and actually had had an excellent game. So You know, it's it's good to see the resiliency of him and the team in general, just how we responded. Greg Burke Halter is joining us and then Greg Mexico appeared to score again to take a two. Nothing lead in the 24th minute, but it was wiped away after V A R ruling, and then three minutes later. Fiorina scored. I want to get into Western McKinney's dominance in the air in a moment, but how impressed were you with the way ran a handle the pressure of that moment in a final against arrival at the age of 18? It's insane to think about it. You know, these guys are all playing at a really high level in Europe. But what I told them coming into camp as these CONCACAF games are nothing like they've experienced in Europe. Um you know, just a different level of urgency, different level of physicality. The game is a lot more chaotic and the games are used to And to see how our younger players handled that particular Geo to step up in a final play that well, you know, it's really impressive. Gregg Berhalter joining us once again and then you lose goalkeeper Zack Steffen injury. Ethan Horvath comes in Mexico Stores scores 62 1 lead and again, you can see where young team maybe might crumble. But McKenney scored just minutes later. How huge was he throughout the game, but especially in the air. He was named best player of the tournament and in his performance in the final was something that was something to behold. You know, he got his head on four corner care, which is extremely rare to happen in one game. Know tons of distance When you talk about amount of ground he covered throughout the game was equally impressive. And you know, it was an example of a guy has taken over again, and Weston had a really strong performance center..

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Mississippi residents without water for more than 2 weeks after storm

BBC World Service

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

Mississippi residents without water for more than 2 weeks after storm

"And Jackson, Mississippi. Some residents have been without running water for two weeks. A major storm calls pipes there to freeze and break last month. Mississippi Public Broadcasting's Kobe Vance reports that the city says that getting water pressure restored will be a difficult process. Tankers deployed by the National Guard are distributing water so residents can flush their toilets. Some sites have bottled water, but supplies are limited. South Jackson residents. Even Burkhalter and her daughters and Eva are in line to get supplies for their family going to the store buying

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"burkhalter" Discussed on The Super Human Life

The Super Human Life

02:49 min | 4 months ago

"burkhalter" Discussed on The Super Human Life

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"burkhalter" Discussed on The Super Human Life

The Super Human Life

05:32 min | 4 months ago

"burkhalter" Discussed on The Super Human Life

"Like i don't need or want money to find fulfillment. I don't want validation from like a career achievement. I just wanna do. A guy puts them a heart. And when i'm seeing that life come from it in obscene. Bring life to other people. That's what invigorates me. So that's where that that progression has been in. It's always come from accepting some of the men gets put my life in and allowing them to speak into me when i'm transparent into say. Here's here's my struggle. I want to act like. I've got it all together but i really don't and if i can be vulnerable in. That industry helped me and it allows god to use those people to help me pull me ford whenever i project. I know what i'm doing. I got it together because there is that trip of like when you have some success do confidence. Some confidence is good. But then it becomes this cockiness of like what i'm doing. I'm good man. And i want you to think that i'm good. And so then. I won't be real and raw. And that's my. My struggle is a preacher's kid. I've learned you're supposed to appear the right way. Because that's how you are. Because you're the preacher's kid and you gotta look like you've got it together and so being raw and transparent. That's what gives me breakthrough. And that's what's led to some of these leveling up places where i'm like i'm more connected to my purpose and using my gifts. Yeah that's powerful man. That's story a about your your your former co worker in my dad that brought chills throughout my my entire body and it took me to not have one of the one of the guys that runs the the men's group at at the church at itin. Some seen him weekly you know we're we're we're we're connecting all the time. He's gotta sing anytime. You run into sam. Sam was going on rather how you doing. Greatest day of my life. Greatest day of my life is response. And and i've stolen in samuel. Listen i want you to know. Like i give you credit every time i use this but when i when i see people for the first time like hey frank. What's going on gray my life. They're like wait. What explain this to me like you kinda like pulls them in in stop and think about it like yesterday is gone. So that's that's that's not the greatest day tomorrow is never promise. I think the the meaning here the point trying to get you is. It's no don't work work. Work work work ryan to hope for the retirement thirty. You know thirty years down the road when you're when you're sixty five live in the present moment you know..

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"burkhalter" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:40 min | 6 months ago

"burkhalter" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"So like when you look at the schedule for next year and all the matches that you're going to have to play, how important was it to have that match last week and spend that time with domestic players? It was huge because we're you know, next year we're gonna have to balance out the roster. We can't use the same players all year. We have nations. They finals were friendlies. We have the Gold Cup and then we have welcome qualifying. So we know we're gonna have to mix up the roster certain stages and it's good to identify those players and start working with them and get them comfortable The way we want to play. Quick. How about this? I mean, like you've got 10 U. S soccer players on Champions League rosters right about now, which is the most ever more specifically when you vent his play Barcelona The two Americans were playing on the biggest stage for the biggest clubs like how special was that moment, and not just for you as the national team coach, But for every American who dreams applying on the biggest stage, and now they see that that is, in fact possible. It was amazing. You know, I've we were watching the game with the team in the mail room We had We had it on and I'm looking across the room and looking at the faces of the players and what I really felt. Woz. There's this belief Belief that they can get their also, and we haven't always had that. So to see two guys playing against each other one guy scorn an amazing goal. You know it was. It's a really big step for American soccer. Like like, how big of a step it's not in your personality to get, you know, too carried away with this, But I'm gonna pose the question like this. You've got four Americans who scored in Champions League matches and again. I don't get too carried away either. But are we talking potentially about maybe Ah, Golden generation or is it too early for something like that? No, I think you know, I think we can say that. I really do. You know, we we've never had this much town before. And when I looked at the roster, it's young talent, You know, So we have players under the age of 23 that You know that are really, really good. And if you project out and you think about, you know, first qualifying for 2022, which would be a big step and then performing well, 2022. But then really thinking about this age is going to be primed in 2026. How do we take advantage of that? With the world with hosting the World Cup in our own countries? It will It could be a great moment for U. S. Soccer. You know, we're talking about 21 players making their debuts in the four national team matches this year. 19 of these players were under the age of 23. So how do you go about supporting these young players as they grow and mature in the game? What's the process for that? You know, we have an amazing staff, whether that's medical sports science or the technical staff, So we support them with, you know, with workouts with getting all the information that to do with the clubs and working together with the clothes to make sure they're developing in all areas. You know, we Azad coaching staff were watching their games at all times. We watch. We provide clips for them of things they can improve on and it's just really understanding that they're still in development period of their career where they need all this support. We're talking soccer. Greg Burkhalter is the U. S. Men's national soccer team head coach. Couple of more moments with him, So you start things off next year and you've got a friendly date in January. By the time summer rolls around, it's gonna get busy with the nation's lead the gold cop, and then you've got a really packed schedule in the fall, and it's an Olympic year. So a lot going on What do you early thoughts for 2021 then? So I think we're going by the end of 2021. We're going to know exactly where we stand. And I expect this group to be able to compete for trophies in the nation's even go cup. Hopefully You know when those events or or the you know, show really well in those events and then and then in walk up qualifying really start to chip away at qualifying. You know, we'll have, um eight games in the fall, 21. And that could make a big dent towards qualifying already good results in those games. So it's gonna be a big year for the group on DSA, certainly excited for what's ahead, So finally let me get to take it. One step back records, The listeners know or many of them know you and I are friends and have been for a number of years, but it's been just over two years since you were named head coach and then came on the show for the first time. What of the last two years been like for you? It's been fun. It's been a process of learning. Learning what you know, international coach what the job is. Really? Um you know you you don't really know how much time you have. And in trying to maximize that time when you're outside of camp And then I think the best part of it. Jim has been the progression that the team has made really seeing improvements in the team and just being, you know, stick into the process, not getting carried away and just chipping away day after day. Just see these improvements. It just seems to me like they're correct me if I'm wrong, But I see moments not only improvement, but it seems like Greg. You can see it's tangible like the confidence The excitement, even the flare. It's not necessarily something. The U. S. Soccer has been known for the past, right. Do you think that's a fair statement? I think we have players that are eager and they're hungry, and they want to show that they're good and they're confident and and that's always a good thing. So yeah, I could definitely see some of that great. Burkhalter is the U. S men's national team head coach. There are 311 on the season. And looking Very, very good, Greg. I really appreciate it Great to hear your voice and great They're here to the family's doing so well all our best from mind to yours and thanks for coming on the show. Thanks, Jim. Say. How'd everyone great talking to you, too, Greg? Thank you very much, much respect. You know, and again if you're kind of late to this party, like Wait, what? Rome. You're talking soccer? Yes. Talking soccer intelligently? Yes. You're talking respectfully. Yes, men. This is not 1994. And if you don't know the background on that very quickly, Greg Burkhalter and I Kids play baseball together. And we lived in the same area a number of years back here in Cali and became friends and we would sit the stands and talk and I always found him to be. You know, obviously an amazing athlete. He was a great great player, national player. But you know, from a standpoint, just like a cerebral standpoint, he I always found him to be fascinating. Very smart, Very analytical. You know, pretty serious like me. But a huge sports fan, huge sports fan and we were just can't chop it up in the stands and talk about the kids and talk about sports, and he gave his takes on lots of things I found to be fascinating and always knew that he was not to be long for it like he he was extremely well thought of in the sport, and I knew that he would be a coach and he would have a lot of opportunities and he did, and he left and he ran with it. And I was just so pumped for him..

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"burkhalter" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:56 min | 11 months ago

"burkhalter" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I will say this He did go on this missive about the Magic Kingdom and Disneyworld in the lawsuit as it relates to the Corona virus, which I really didn't see where that fit in. But it was like I wasn't even Corona virus back in 8.9 Aye. Flip through a 10 pages to get to what I was before. I was very confusing. But for I guess making the argument their multi $1,000,000,000 company and they can Ford not to do things like that. But we do know is then Hester Burkhalter is his grandmother was down here with her husband, their daughter that has some sort of a mental disability and two of her Children, and they were staying at Fort Wilderness in a travel trailer. They want to save some money. But he had been there lifelong dream to go to Disney and see the park's so the first day they got here. They went to AB calm down on day two. They got up early one to the Magic Kingdom and were stopped at security as we all are, And they asked her to empty your purse, which all women have to do when you go in through security, and they found a dropper bottle that says CBD Oil, 0% T. H C. They asked her if she knew if there was th CNN, she admitted that she had no clue. I just you know, the bottle says it doesn't so there's body camera footage where the Orange County deputies were working Security, said Quote. If we tested and doesn't test positive for T H C, then she can have it back. They do the field test on it, and another deputy says This does not contain to see a teach C. It's not criminal. It's not criminal to have that. As a prosecutor. How did they arrested? That's where it should have ended. So at this point, they pushed the issue and you've got thousands of people, you know, piling pass. Have you ever been to Magic Kingdom? You know how it is The oil's She's a grandmother, right? She has arthritis she had about legitimate use for its that figures into the lawsuit. So what will cross the line for me? Is they then they decided that they were going to keep searching her purse. They found $1600 in cash in there, so they're radar. Carol Grady is a drug dealer and peddling the stuff in the part. If you went to Disney, and I'm going to age myself here, back in the early eighties, like my mom used to take me and my dad, she carried a large roll of cash inside her broad that she paid for everything with she was not a drug dealer. Back then it would not be classified as one. So it escalates. From there, they decided to do another field test. They say it tested positive the second time for T H C. And then they get this whole conversation that you know this is hashish, oil and all that sort of stuff, which it wasn't They end up arresting her. The arrest was horrendous. According to her, she threw up in the parking lot of the Magic kingdom in front of other people. They try to put her in the squad car with another inmate who was already in there. And then they get her to the geo. And they asked her to consent or they make her consent to a body cavity search. Are you serious? That's what the legend the lawsuit. And so she was in the search area. They gave her the deal uniform and he was not for and she credits one female deputy who took pity on her and said. Yo, Are you sitting here? Ms. Ah, Burkhalter. Your paper Rock has already been processed. Well, the deputy tries to call her husband to come pick her up. The husband's hysterical and basically that he's gonna have a heart attack. So the deputy, like Is there someone else I can call for you to arrange decisions of calling average son in North Carolina to arrange the bail. So the husband was now hysterical can come get her out of jail and mind you there wasn't thrown out of Disney roll altogether and trespass or the parts for the time being so There's a place on Earth for them. Yeah, it was She asking for a couple 1,000,000 bucks right? Didn't see where they a lot times of these lawsuits. They don't actually asked for a specific amount..

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"burkhalter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"burkhalter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It just feels like yet another blow to veterans and students. In order to help predatory for profit colleges that keep getting caught by the federal and state law enforcement. Breaking the law the way said by email that the schools University of Phoenix produce, Eo Education Corporation, Bellevue University and Temple University, have taken adequate corrective measures that included things like restitution, changes in leadership and cooperation with the reviews. And says it will ensure the school stay in compliance to prevent future violations. But some veterans say that's not enough. We always say in the military, you know you leave no soldier behind. And I definitely feel left behind by my president by our government. Tasha Burkhalter lost all her G I bill money and went into debt at T. T Tech in Indiana. When she graduated, she discovered that her four year degree in criminal justice was worthless, not recognized by employers or other schools. TT went bankrupt in 2016 after the government banned it from federal student aid following years of complaints. A bipartisan bill would have provided debt forgiveness to vets defrauded by schools like tea, but President Trump vetoed it in May. Now, Burkhalter says, she's struggling to feed her family. It definitely is an elephant on your back. You know, I don't have $100,000 to just go pay it off and be done with it. We have four kids, You know, I'm married. Pills. Don't stop. You know things happen. Our faith keeps us We believe in God, and that's kind of just was keeping us afloat. You know, there is another bipartisan bill in Congress that would change the law and limit for profit. Colleges. Access to G I bill dollars. It's unlikely.

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"burkhalter" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"burkhalter" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"This was your fault that you bought one. Yeah. Wherever we were in a bar and Lake Tahoe. We were out on stress Lorsch and nine eleven does g or something. And you were talking about the portion that you had ordered. Yeah. I had ordered it had to ride it. And Burkhalter said, Mr. Hartley on Harley on Instagram. Yeah. Burkhalter was alter pulled out his Batman. And I went holy crap. I think is gorgeous and it'd be, and then let's see I had one as well, six or seven months later. My wife got me win for my birthday. Do you like it? I love the thing. It's great. I love the thing and I get a lot of comp. I mean, I was at a basket professional basketball game and someone yelled across Batman. No look, I look over my right shoulder like fricken Batman, and then he risks and then he just walks up the aisle to get his beer, and it was just like people ran on your in a little club. Yeah. Yeah. But you got rid of yours will yeah but I'd done came up with it. I got rid of mine and traded it for two Rolexes. Well, this is one of. Them. Well, then this is the explore to in black room when you got, I got one in black, and I got one in white, because they didn't know which one, I'd like better. So I got both. And I knew that I would I knew that I would sell one back to crowning caliber, for whatever I paid for event or they've gone up value, they have. But that went up in value so much. You're, you're sitting on a goldmine with that Batman, right there, my friend, that went up in value so much. And it still gone up since I sold my and they've discontinued manufacturing. We can it with the different breeds jubilee. Yeah. So now those shot up in value, the second stops making something they shoot them in value. And you are sitting on a little little, little treasure chest out there, my friend had. So I have an explore too, which is a forty two millimeter with this is a forty that's a forty. And so for my fat eight inch wrist, the forty two actually looks better on me. Migrant forty-two this the forty two Rolex has a the master to is also forty two but it's like thicker than this. This is the biggest diameter. It's not big. They any bigger and bigger at my wife's got. One from about ten fifteen years ago and it's little. Yeah. Especially if it's a ladies and now they looked at it and they said, that's not worth anything because nobody wants that anymore. Yeah. No one wants to buy a thirty two or three. Yeah. It's like it's like a thirty two. Yeah. Even my wife who's Hanna? Who's a little petite girl is like five to she wears a thirty six. She wears a men's watch from the nineties. Do you know who Jodi lie is no? Who's Jodi, it's a Canadian automotive journalist super sweet girl, she wears the one that's all green. Oh and its audience. Yes. So the green dialer green, basil green basil angry, so that's called the hulk that's a fiftieth or no. That's the newer version of the, the fiftieth anniversary me back it up. They made a fiftieth anniversary mariner beginning in two thousand and six had a green basil in a black dials called the Kermit. Right. I remember that. I have one of those. My dad got me one of those when I moved to L A is going rate. And I wore it every day for ten years, pretty sweet. Yeah, I, I knew it was awesome. But I didn't know it was unique or. Special because I just didn't know anything about watches, but people started commenting on it. And that's kind of how I got it. Oh, this is special. What's special about that one? What's special about that one blow up hers is the newer version of that green basil and green dial?.

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"burkhalter" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"burkhalter" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"And I want to be your jeweler won't DisneyWorld is facing a lawsuit from North Carolina woman who was arrested outside at the magic kingdom for being in possession of CBD oil civil rights. Attorney Benjamin Crump says he intensive suit not only the theme park who he believes should stand up for people with chronic illnesses. But also the Orange County sheriff's office for violating her civil rights when she was taken into custody. Disney were to sit down with this family and tried to repair the home that was called the legal detention the false imprisonment the defamation of character. This is a church going woman Esther Burkhalter suffers from arthritis in her husband says the. Oil derived from the hemp plant was recommended by Dr Burkhalter was arrested for trying to bring these CBD oil into the park. Google is the subject of critical reporting giving more than one hundred and fifty thousand dollars in free advertising to an antiabortion group. Lisa Carter explains the British newspaper. The guardian reports Google gave a one hundred fifty thousand dollar advertising grant in twenty fifteen to the opium group at twenty eleven Google gave a thirty two thousand dollars grant to the group that runs clinics funded by Catholic organizations. Opium group clinics are known as crisis pregnancy centers that focus on counseling and information about attorney tips to abortion critics say the group's ads suggests clinics provide abortion services, but actually try to deter abortion minded women from ending their pregnancies. We Sakardu NBC News Radio and city officials in riverside, Illinois are warning dog owners to be on the watch boards zombie raccoons. And no that's not a new horror flick riverside police said that they've seen an increase in the number of dog. With the distemper virus that is found in raccoons. They earn the nickname because of the way the infected raccoons walk on their hind legs. Staggering with their bare teeth showing officers say they've been a regular problem in Cook County. But now they're seeing an increase in the virus in canines police urging pet owners to get their dogs vaccinated. Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio. Maybe it's.

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"burkhalter" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"burkhalter" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"I'm Kevin refused. Continuing coverage tonight, owner Orlando's evening news. The head of NASA says the Trump administration's decision to add one point six billion dollars the space agency's budget. Get astronauts back on the move as chief Jim Bryant sciences that money will go even farther when Americans returned to set up a permanent moon base by twenty twenty four also money in there for the science mission directorate to do science on the surface of the moon. There's also money in there for the space technology mission. Directorate administrative and sign addressed employee's day after the White House introduced the budget amendment. Carolina woman arrested last month at DisneyWorld with medicine made from cannabis Esther Burkhalter suing the Disney corporation and the Orange County sheriff's office for attorney Benjamin Crump says the sixty nine year old great grandmother was arrested outside the magic kingdom for carrying something. You can buy at Walgreens. Cannabis. CBS? Was prescribed by her doctor for her chronic the rightous Kroft says Burkhalter doctor even facts the Orange County sheriff's office that prescription charges or eventually dropped. Darrell Moody, News ninety six point five WDBO. The next round of the NBA playoffs begins tonight Western Conference finals get underway in Oakland, the Golden State Warriors defending NBA champs host the Portland trailblazers. But some history with it. It'll be the first time in history the two brothers play against each other and a conference finals Steph curry and his brother Seth or play. Supporters. The ranks a situation like this. Technically is win win for them. They're going to the finals regard, Portland. Obviously Steph curry on the warriors. And Steph says they owe it all to their father Dell Curry who also played in the NBA. And he makes a very valid point. There. His parents will be going to the NBA finals. No matter what that's very true. You know, they said they're doing a coin flip this series to determined one is going to root for Portland and one is going to Golden State. They're going to decide every can you imagine to have one kid play in any professional sport. But to have to children playing in a professional sport. And then playing against each other. My gosh is crazy. Yeah. And Kev, you're the big basketball fan here. Portland doesn't have any chance to win. No, not really scrappy. They'll make it interesting. But golden stays Golden State for reason in Portland is also missing use of which would really help their case. Right. If you are sitting in traffic, hang on. We'll get to Ed Torrence in the traffic center in just a moment. First. Tom.

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"burkhalter" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"burkhalter" Discussed on KOMO

"Dental care to legal advice phone numbers information addresses hundreds of them all in one pocket size volume real change editor aaron burkhalter hopes the book will serve its readership short term and long my hope is that somebody's going to open this up looking for something like i'm the program they're just trying to figure out where to eat today but maybe we'll they're flipping through it maybe they'll find finding employment program or in a housing program that will actually help them exit timelessness permanent forty thousand copies of the emerald city resource guide or now hitting the streets because information changes frequently real change hopes to publish a new addition every six months in downtown seattle corwin hake komo news dozens of search and rescue crews are still trying to find the three missing heart children in mendocino county california the bodies of jennifer and sarah and three of their adopted children were recovered at the crash site at the bottom of a coastal cliff march twenty six but the other three kids have not been recovered so th authorities are searching several miles down the coast based on ocean currents and drift patterns lieutenant shannon barney with the mendocino county sheriff's department you know there's a possibility they're alive you know so we still have resources looking for them in that capacity police say data from the car leads them to believe the crash was intentional the family left their home in woodland washington few days before the crash after a child protective services worker stopped by to investigate allegations of abuse and neglect now we can enclosure for all of several northbound i five ramps in the downtown seattle area rainy forecast has forced postponement of the work that would have shut down the ramps to the west seattle bridge spokane street and colombian way komo news time.

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"burkhalter" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"burkhalter" Discussed on KOMO

"Seven and four zero five interchange connector project there will also be rolling slow downs and lane closures most of those are overnight they end by four am so those won't impact the commute just be prepared for these changes at least through the rest of the week komo's lee stole two people arrested after king county sheriff's deputies located a moving truck that had been stolen from a couple who just moved into the seattle area here's komo's frank lenzi the stolen yellow penske truck was found overnight at a house near one ninety four th avenue southeast and one hundred seventieth street it was filled with everything in britain emmerick of chicago owned they'd just moved to rent i'm grateful that we're safe ultimately is just stuff and it can be replaced deputies are now trying to help the couple get their stuff back frank lenzi komo news sheriff's office says they found the truck after getting a tip from a caller starting today you might see a homeless people in seattle flipping through the pages of a little blue book local paper real change is publishing the first edition of the emerald city resource guide a pocket sized volume filled with useful contacts for housing healthcare jobs and more aaron burkhalter is editor of real change somebody's going to open this up looking for something like a meal program they're just trying to figure out where to eat today but maybe they're flipping through at maybe they'll find an employment programmer and housing program that will actually help them exit homelessness permanently the city of seattle in several nonprofit sponsors help fund the first forty thousand copies a team at the university of washington releasing a collection of songs you'll likely have.

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"burkhalter" Discussed on Sportstalk 790

Sportstalk 790

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"burkhalter" Discussed on Sportstalk 790

"Next game as they see it if they come into the trainer everything supposed to be documented if you have anybody that circumventing that paper trail it because it creates a problem at from the rumors in the things that i've heard war regarding is that there were more more players that were that was going to brady's guys was it in guerrero the the goya to him than than they were to their own trainers which is a coach i would have a problem with it because not on the what your door and and when you out a loop you fill that you're you you you feel that you've lost a little bit of control more importantly if the if they're not taken the advice of the training staff there why do you have had these guys hired um and and all un is everything that they're dawn under guerrero on the up enough candid be you know if if they have a drug tests are they going to fail so i definitely know why the that that it's gone on to what he did allow operate for a long time for a little yeah because of course he obviously wanted to keep his guys happy and it was in it was beneficial because he kept his quarterback online so obviously was working right rome is among reporters yes and i'm with you like when it comes in i remember uh there's a traitor in kansas city rick burkhalter who's one of the great trainers football he was within the in philadelphia in kids city because he knew that a guy like came with that vow brick had the he had the or the players loved so he added the conference suppliers by could see argued all you played and i've been around trainers that didn't have the confidence in right it of guys rewards sometimes guys think the trader to be five if europe sec we are so they but the trainers doing their job i mean it it it it's i've always told guys when i was in the training room look you have a great relationship with trainer because there had they're they're supposed to be there to help you yeah they're gonna report things about the.

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"burkhalter" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"burkhalter" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"I have to bring people on this show too coach me and helped me figure out what i'm doing wrong because i know there's a lot of it and i need a lot of help i figure by way of getting happy you might get the map also that is what's happening in here today greg burkhalter is with us he's the linked in guy linked in trainer personal break brandin coach and said before we get into some of the necessary coaching right now greg give me a little bit of your background how did you become the linked in guy whale of was notch ripped sort of happened we're about three decades are worked and music n broadcasting a little okay and i lost my job in that industry and i was kinda at a loss all was not on social media never worked in my life what what you're probably about five or six years ago i really am less job and alba's helpless and a friend of mine felt very sorry for me so he said was come to lie kitchen table and strategize a little we did that and i came away with two bits of strategy one was i need a business card printed up that looked like i had a job yell the networking guard excellent and i need you to be on like dan so i took that networking car to the first business us all a marketing company walk inside and said i'm looking for a job and i have and they're working hard by the way what is networking until they were laughing under their breath about that yeah said down we talked we talked for about two hours and they heard me okay all my friend hey i got a job first words out of his mouth were are you on linked in i said i'm scared of it he goes come back to my house were beheaded a little over fought four and a half years ago i said that my very first lynton account yeah and do you really walk into a job and just hand them a now a quote networking card and they hired you they did you are like that's pretty smith buddy they had a good sorry for okay because unlike that if i walked in like that i'd get laugher out the door like what are you doing here anyway 'cause i.

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"burkhalter" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"burkhalter" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"This morning more sexual harassment allegations over the weekend coming out we're going to get to that later in the xiao come on and goov all also has already been accused of the gillian times of being sort of non racially or genderdiverse than having a pro culture and all of that yet more on that more so the icebergs are i know what's happening global warming and the iceberg they're just melting all over us right now by come on the tip of the iceberg with all these stories and by the way while we're kinda teasing what's coming up later on this in the shower martin should crowley or crowley shelly or whatever the however the heck he pronounces nam that guy got convicted over the weekend on friday vat fraud and of course you went straight to yes not way now many counts as one would have liked perhaps but nonetheless he did actually get convicted he could actually face jail time and his response wants to go immediately back to you to bang his feelings about pol thank i want to call on so many names right now but i don't want to freaknik out on my morning eight seconds that we can grind now now don't like that guy let's just put it that way you i do like greg burkhalter that lengthened guy did i hear this morning good morning the lengthened guy thank you for your it's so funny because we were talking before greg came on the show and i are usually often not usually but i often do started out with some political la gripes if you well but i was trying to be nice greg doesn't like to talk about that staff did you notice are quieter waugh's renew giving r opening spiel their albums really i didn't go political i stayed away i just said i've went controversial but not politica well as a personal branding i know when you're on linked damn you don't wanna be talking about politics or religion you wanna kinda stay down.

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"burkhalter" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"burkhalter" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"My goodness big hair bear had the next quota i have written town he's really you really loves that air i know it's like all the ever focuses on i'm telling you that they chop is coming for daniel it's going to happen at least it doesn't call them big boy shag or yoga man yeah we we get the the note that nate burkhalter is on the bubble but again with the with the not to be named palm something or other that you forgotten about it was pretty clear that nate was in trouble here sam sanitation the crowd wearing a pom wonderful lady and i just thought it was such a funny image lingua i don't know he's just like the most lake stoic person just wearing this han wonderful hoodie it's a slips are out of place i feel people are forgetting the they knew gilles like sam stance persia yeah yeah they now call them coworkers mm he he gets he gets past the spin bowler again like i said nobody ever even touches that last wizard poorly wizard he gets all the way up the elevator climbed gets his legs up on the platform and then almost falls back we've never actually see somebody almost while back like that before yeah he like got his legs up on this thing and then just like couldn't muster anymore it's strength which is just so this thing is so killer i feel like just make even like five feet short air will then we wouldn't see the almost fell aca as like is one almost fell worth all these people not being able to do it yes when he tried to do was usually when people get their feet up they then use the fact they've got their feet there to take a lot of the weight off of themselves to then like get the ladder to get the elevator handles up even further and pull themselves up that way but instead of doing that he tried to put his elbow back on one of the handles as like a resting place to like pushes body opt instead of moving them off manually and obviously those things are not very wide so his elbow slips and you almost falls back.

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"burkhalter" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"burkhalter" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Which makes it probably a lot more difficult yeah it's like a gigantic cranking up yes exactly so that is the course very difficult one we didn't see many finishers at all backed we only got one so we almost had a philadelphia here yeah only one finisher which was a little bit tipped off by again that saving of the pom wonderful run of the night israeli kenner ruining the drama lately by a fire it happens i think maybe maybe we should just stop talking about it and try to like forget forget about these com wonderful run of the night don't think about this are you guys like our listeners yes yes you're rude dawn think about the pom wonderful it will ruin the episode okay here you're welcome everyone i think this is the second time in a second week in a row we've talked about hypnotism his so in reference to that child though wouldn't stop flipping we'd at this point they don't remember that we even talks or did any so they have no idea what we're talking about they forgot everything including pom under foreign on the night what what is that okay got it yeah i don't know i don't know it's a really weird combination of words that you just said of hold so first we had nate burkhalter the thirty one year old oil and gas engineer he was transferred to norway over the last year and they got lots of pretty bureau yeah they did my brother and i used to be terrified of the idea of norway because we heard that that's where troll or from and our trolling made burkhalter a troll no i just that's like the ancestor all region of a trolls and i scary all right sorry nee troll don't sender a tshirt.

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"burkhalter" Discussed on Bobbycast

Bobbycast

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"burkhalter" Discussed on Bobbycast

"I you bring us some interesting so when you start as a writer and you're the ryder not the artist designed for yourself policy eurasia riding when he ir who was one of the rs you sit down with your like uh like this crazy like what's happened on my live right now get the right 4 x t throwing first as month after month genuine wonderful story in la i was out there and my manager the time say or abby burkhalter adams month puncture said you might get a phone call joe fish to hook un keith urban ah i was like okay go you know um answering a a iron is keith it's milestone and so he came of this i will say this ridiculous house my in our guys we know hollywood hills cocaine on the floor in a house and he took comes ever manning we get in there and we start right and he's like main ovanisian visit our i didn't have an example another so we dropped down to this music store the bottom of the hill in burbank he walks in their key there but he says rockstar than you know watson buys like the first in a deluxe he sees whatever they break carried out to them car to the car and everything formula and i'm like then they never do that for media yet he got his amazingly what people do you could get a little bit of money in order echoes there we go to the top of the hill and start writing loretta song called um fireworks happen to be right before era.

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