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"eric hanson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It's a 34. Good morning. I'm Eric Hanson in today for Sandy Alltel's This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep. Alexei Navalny. The imprisoned Russian opposition leader says he's ending Ah hunger strike After 24 days he began as a protest the lack of medical attention he was receiving in prison. He made the announcement of the end of the strike in a social media post published by his supporters. NPR's Lucian Kim has been tracking of all the story for years and is on the line Lucy and welcome Morning. I just want to mention about a month is about as far as most people can survive without food. The man must be close to death. What was his reason for ending the strike now? Well in this quite extraordinary Instagram post, he says. Thanks to pressure from around the world, huge progress has been made in his case, he said. Two months ago, the authorities just smirked at his request for medical attention A month ago, they laughed when he asked for his diagnosis and some medical records and now, he says he's been examined by civilian doctors twice. He also says doctors he trusts appealed to him yesterday to end this hunger strike. Otherwise, in their words, there wouldn't be anyone left for them to treat so quite dramatic. Ah, final factor is that other people in Russia also declared hunger strikes in solidarity with navalny. He says he doesn't want to be responsible for responsible for them, he says. All of that fills his heart. With quote, love and gratitude. He says he's still going to insist on getting outside medical attention for a loss of sensation in his arms and legs. Lucy and this is remarkable, and I suppose we, for the most part have Navalny's version of events here. But he's saying that his conditions have improved, which implies that the Russian government really does feel pressure to take care of him. This is someone who says the Russian government is trying to poison and kill him in the past, and now they seem to have need to keep him alive. Well, the Russian government actually pretends like they have nothing to do with this. Um, the President Vladimir Putin's spokesman actually has no sort of an allergic reaction. Whenever any journalists bring this up. He keeps on saying that the Kremlin is not monitoring Navalny's health, and he's just like Any other prisoner in the Russian prisons system on D. He's basically said any questions about the about Navalny's condition should go to the Russian. Prison service s. Oh, this is really one subject that drives the Kremlin up the wall on day. Want to ignore it involved? You just haven't go away. Okay. Well, what does that tell us, then taken all the facts in taking all the facts in what does that tell us about Navalny's ability to influence events in Vladimir Putin's Russia right now? Well, it's amazing Steve. It shows that he can still set the political agenda, even sitting or lying in a prison hospital outside of Moscow. He keeps on posting to social media. He gets his messages out. Through his supporters and his followers and reaches millions of people so domestically, he can mobilize tens of thousands and tens of thousands of protesters in the farthest corners of Russia. We saw that again on Wednesday when people came out in dozens of cities. Across the country. But the most amazing thing is that he's now also setting the international agenda. You know, world leaders keep on bringing him up when they talk to Vladimir Putin and the Biden administration came out and said Russia would face serious consequences if he dies. Listen, thanks for the update. Thanks, Steve. That's NPR's Lucian Kim. Mm hmm. After a 19 year old killed eight people at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis last week. Some gun control advocates used it as a way to argue for red flag laws. But Indiana does have a red flag law. It's a measure to remove guns from a person deemed a risk. And it's one of the oldest such laws in the country. And in this case, it didn't work. Jill Sheridan of member station W. F Y I reports It was last year when a mom was so concerned that her son would try to harm himself that she contacted. Authorities that call in his stay at a mental health facility for a few hours led to the seizure of a shotgun owned by 18 Year old Brandon Hole because the family willingly gave up the weapon and no one contested the seizure. A red flag petition was never filed in court, which allowed him to still purchase guns. Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mir says he's been outspoken about the laws shortcomings. I think people here red flag and I think it's the pain to see it's all these issues. It's not what it is, is a good start where there's a number of loopholes In the practical application of this law, the office doesn't have much time on Lee 14 days to build inviolate case and a lack of access to mental health records restricts that process. Indiana adopted one of the country's first red flag laws after an Indianapolis police officer was killed by a man whose guns had been returned to him by police after a mental health crisis. Moms demand action founder Shannon Watts says Indiana's law is no longer up to date with other newer versions. It's in perfect It's one of the oldest in the country was passed in 2005. So the modern red flag laws are different. They're more fulsome. You're more comprehensive. 19 States in Washington, D C now have some sort of red flag law. Many of those have been enhanced to allow family members to petition and seizure or close loopholes where people can still purchase guns. Shannon federally teaches at Johns Hopkins University and is a leading researcher on this issue. She says the case in Indiana is a failure of implementation because it never went to court and the judge didn't make a decision whether the gunman was dangerous barring him from purchasing firearms. She says better awareness within the criminal justice system about how to use the law is needed have the support and infrastructure in place to assure that they are used correctly, So implementation is Really key, and that's something that we just don't pay enough attention to the Indian. A legislator strengthen the law in 2019 to add stricter felony charges for someone who sells guns to a person has been deemed a danger to themselves or others. Prosecutor Mir says Ah, better fix would be to allow for more time to build a case based on mental health history, and whether that person truly poses a threat, the statute is to return to firearms, as opposed to having a very thoughtful and careful review of someone's mental health history to determine Whether or not they should possess a firearm. But would it have helped to the FedEx shootings in Indianapolis? The gunman was only 19 and didn't have a documented history of mental health problems before last year. Police in Indianapolis have said the investigation so far indicates the gunman engaged in online white supremacy activity. Four of the eight people killed were from this a community in Indianapolis, which is now calling for a racial investigation. Shannon Watts with moms demand action says red flag laws can work but in the midst of record levels of violence, action is needed. Now we know the pandemic exacerbated gun violence, then violence is essentially an epidemic within a pandemic. In a recent call for executive action, President Biden included the need for comprehensive red flag laws. For NPR News I'm Jill shared in Indianapolis..
"eric hanson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Com Studios Eric Hanson in for Mike Today, when we left off, Mike had spoken to a caller named John who got Mike and many callers riled up. Let's hear your reaction to John and Mike on the topic of the pandemic and our constitutional freedoms here on the highlight show. Hey, Mike. This whole thing about the mask, band AIDS and Gatherings at the holidays. I think this is just a way for the left to find out how well we're gonna take orders. My my phone sort of blew up like a little Christmas tree. At John's call. Everybody disagrees with them. And I want you to give him a little grace. Because these air tricky times. I don't agree with John that the government this This is a fundamental disagreement about the role that government should play when there's a pandemic. John's position eyes a very, very prominent one that we've got to trust the government to know Best for us. And you got cops pushing back law enforcement. Fulton County, New York, the sheriff there Said. Listen to be told you can't have Uh, more than 10 people or five people in your own home is a bridge too far. Even the sheriff said that I want to play that clip for you. But I do understand, and I appreciate John's, You know, respectful disagreement with May This is a tough area We're in. I think Justice Alito is right. The pandemic has brought about on assault on our basic rights as American citizens. Now two people on the left two people, Maybe not even on the left. I don't know what jobs. Political ideology is, but they think we're crazy for saying that. I guess they think Judge Justice Alito is crazy for believing that We're not crazy. We're not crazy. To count how many people are in your own home. We've seen Orthodox Jews, Beebe knocked on their doors and harassed and targeted in Orthodox Jewish communities of New York and Brooklyn and other other neighborhoods. And we just shouldn't roll over. We have to be able to try toe. Consider What this looks like. When you're told you can't go to a church in Nevada, but you can go to a casino and again to John T. John's credit, the last caller He has a problem with that, too. Here's a trick these air difficulty times We're in. And the holidays. You're going to bring about a lot of tension..
"eric hanson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"If you want to reach me, let's text each other, okay? I'm probably going to regret this decision. Eric Hanson has already telling me not to do it. But text us through the debate. My Pillowtex line is 1 806 556453 thea other thing is, I'll tell you that nobody will listen or nobody'll text me Obviously there all alone in my apartment, watching the debate by myself, hoping you'll write me I'll be like I'll be like Charlie Brown looking for the Valentine every Valentine's Day, and I never get one all dressed up with no place to go. But if you want to interact during the debate, and we'll promote it, we'll put it out of mike online dot com. Maybe social media then I don't have a bunch of creeps. I You know much of crazies and trolls. Come at me. But our text line is 1 806 55, mike. So if you want, Oh, exchanged text messages with me during Tomorrow night's big debate. Feel free to do so. Speaking of creeps, I needed to go to my happy place over the weekend. I was that creepy guy that went by himself to Disney world with my mask on just watching kids and moms and dads and happiness and joy and all the happy memories of my family going to Disney rolled over the years comes flooding back. One of the joys of living in Florida now to get to go to Disney, and they're open. And guess what? Conwood no outbreaks from any of the theme parks. Speaking of outbreaks, there's news out of Sarasota, Florida Big headline about schools reopening Tell you about that, and.
"eric hanson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Day Eric Hanson in for Mike today, let's get back to Micah's. He talked about progress toward a vaccine and about a gym owner who understands what it means to be free. Plus, some callers reacted that caller Charlie from earlier in the show. Here's Mike Mike Gallagher, a Charlie in New Jersey. Wake up smell other coffee Trump wins. Well, we'll see Charlie's either right or Charlie is going to be is wrong as he was in 2016. I mean, listen, if you think The Charlies in America were upset. The morning after the election of 2016. What do you think they'll do if Trump gets reelected in 2020. What do you think? What do you think will happen if Americans are watching the riots throughout America? If Americans were finally able to Brian breathe a sigh of relief that the Corona virus cases start declining over the next few months, the economy comes back. Starts to come back anyway. I mean, listen, we're in trouble and I'm not trying to minimize it. Do you think the Charlies of the world are going? I mean, trump sitting around twiddling his thumbs. Right, Charlie? How about Trump? He was in Morris Will North Carolina. Visiting a big biotech innovation center. Fuji Films. Biotechnologies Innovation Center. As this race continues to develop vaccines for Corona virus here is the president were mass producing all of the most promising vaccine candidates in advance. So that on the day one that it's approved It will be available to the American people immediately, and we'll probably have a lot for a lot of other people throughout the world. The world is suffering from this China virus. Another dimension of operation. Warp speed is our focus on therapeutics to treat the virus over 140 clinical trials are underway. Then a number of effective therapies have already been developed and widely delivered. Including Ramdev severe, which is having a tremendous impact. Here's more from the president. That Charlie says, Is it doing anything and not responding properly to Corona virus in America? We need all Americans to be conscious about their actions and to exercise extreme vigilance. I trust all Americans to do the right thing, But we strongly advise everyone to especially especially focus on maintaining a social distance, maintaining rigorous hygiene. Avoid large gatherings and crowded into our bars and where masks when appropriate. We also strongly urged citizens to take extra precautions to shield those At highest risk, which are In most cases, in many cases, the elderly, especially the elderly, with Medical problems such as heart or diabetes. Now and I'm I'll give Ah, I'll give the trump haters. A dose of somebody they love. They love Dr Anthony Fauci. It seems pretty apparent that Fauci and Trump have have deferred to some extent, although I think there there conflict has been dramatically over exaggerated by Trump haters little, but let's listen to Foulke. Because the president was talking about The N E. And and the president said this for the last few months, the record the historic epic speed with which researchers are developing vaccines. Here's with Dr Fauci told Wolf Blitzer on CNN. This is a phase three trial wolf, which is determined to find out if, in fact the vaccine works. In addition to getting information further on safety, the safety data thus far looks good. But now it's crunch time we're trying to figure out does it actually work? So it's a 30,000 person trial, 15,000 will get the vaccine. 15,000 will get a placebo. This is truly wolf record time. Truly record time. Who gets credit for that, huh? Not never trump Never trump Not if you are politically motivated. Teo. To hope that the hope for the worst for America and that's the worst part of that's the part that hurts the most. It really does. It absolutely hurts. Hurts to see Riots destruction. Police assaulted It hurts. I mean, I normal people don't lift this up. Normal people don't think these are good. He's your good things Normal people don't think the NEWJERSEY gym owner The guy that owns Catalysts gym in New Jersey should be arrested. They've been and listen to what this guy said. That might be. A rallying cry for every American Here's the owner of the Adolescent Jim on Tucker Carlson's show. Last night on Fox News. Tucker asked this guy Ian Smith. Why? Why? Why have you stood up? To New Jersey. Governor Murphy. Why have you stood up? To those who say you're not allowed to be open and incidentally If New Jersey's doing so great How could a gym still be forced to shut down? So when Tucker Carlson asked the gym owner Why he has resisted the way he has. Perhaps his answer. Will be etched in the hearts and minds of every American. Here's what he said. Because I'm not afraid of tyrants. And no Americans should be because we outnumber them greatly and the only thing that they run off of his fear, which is why you see what you see in the media where they're pumping fear into the Corona virus. When what they should be pumping his solutions. They don't do that They don't ever offer any solutions. It's where a mask shut up and wait for a vaccine that's not public health. And I won't subscribe to it. Wow. Wow. Isn't that like, Isn't it like a like like Sava on a wound? Isn't that like like tonic? Can we play that again? Paths I want. I want to hear this guy one more time. This New Jersey gym owner They arrested this guy. Simply because he's trying to give Not only his employees a paycheck, but people who want to go to a gym. The ability to work out and I've watched all this play out on Tucker show. Tucker's had this guy on a lot. They hold all the thousands and thousands pounds of pounds of equipment out into the parking lot. They tried to jump through every hoop in New Jersey put up One more time. May these words be practically etched in stone. Tucker Carlson to Ian Smith, the gym owner. Why have you done what you've done? Because I'm not afraid of tyrants. And no Americans should be because we outnumber them greatly and the only thing that they run off of his fear, which is why you see what you see in the media where they're pumping fear into the Corona virus. When what they should be pumping his solutions. They don't do that They don't ever offer any solutions. It's where a mask shut up and wait for a vaccine. That's not public health and I won't subscribe to it. In in Charlie's world. We let criminals out because we don't want them to get Cove ID. So we let we let People out of jail. But we arrest Responsible. Professional gym owner. That's uh That's New Jersey. Ron Europe run. Welcome to the Mike Gallagher show. I just wanted to say if Charlie is so smart, he must know the right way to respond. So why isn't he sharing that with the world? Good question, Walter, you're next day, Walter. Yes, that guy Charlie from New Jersey. He has an insatiable desire. Just like all of these Nevertrump eight is and the other thing that amazes me is not for nothing. But John Lewis was I am assuming his part of the Black Caucus, But his relevant statement about Trump is an illegitimate president. Why would Charlie If he subscribes to this. What? Trump was an illegitimate president? Go to the rotunda and see the body and state? I mean, please, and listen, Listen, I'm a Democrat. I've been a Democrat all my life, but these people have lost their minds. The Democrat Party is so far over the top. I can't even Hackett. And guess what? I'm not a pretty thought. My wife was always on the fence with this. He's never voted in her life. 71. She's gonna vote this site and guess when she's voting for she's turned. She is voting for president. She's She's not alone. Walter Aiken Guarantee you. There's a lot of Americans who feel the way you feel in the way your wife feels and we'll say, I mean, listen, I have no crystal ball. I'm I'm cautiously optimistic..
"eric hanson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Does the patients, the one with the mouth open and the drilling and the and the droplets. Here's the bottom line. Eric Hanson I've shared with you. My operations director contracted covert. Um Eric, his wife, three daughters positive. Guess what. After a few days of being pretty ship. You know, they had fever a little bit of fever. They headaches they had, uh, cough. They're all feeling so good right now. That they could count conquer the world. There is nothing wrong with them right now. They've all had Cove. It And that was what two weeks ago. I mean, Eric was diagnosed. He took his test. I think 15 days ago, the last daughter to t take her test was 10 days ago, and all of them feel there is all these stories about lingering effects and you're not going to be able to breathe, And there's no doubt that there have been people that have been deeply damaged and, of course killed by this virus. But that isn't most people. Most people are are going to go through what Eric went through. And Gina and the kids. And God willing, what I will go through or you will go through. If you get it. You're gonna be sick for a couple of days and you're gonna get over it and you're going to feel great and you're gonna be fine. You're not gonna have trouble walking up the steps for the rest of your life. You're not gonna have brain damage. You're not going to be, you know. Baying at the moon. Every time the garage door opens, you'll be all right. And That's the vast majority of people will have that experience. So really, I kind of the dentist yesterday, and I'm so grateful to them and hey, they don't have the plastic shield. They got a mask. I don't She's talking. If she's got it, I guess I'm going to get it and I hopefully we'll be able to work from my kitchen for a couple of days. Be sick for a few days and then feel as good.
"eric hanson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Quick Eric Hanson update who is working from home negative test earlier this week, waiting for his second Corona virus test he his wife, his daughter feeling better, and I'm not entirely sure they have it still don't know. Got her fingers crossed. We're praying for Eric and Gena and and their daughter, but so far so good. We've got some good news to share. And with that good news comes the opportunity for you. To make a difference in the lives of Children. I've been calling people all afternoon yesterday evening, I was calling people who made $1000 donations because I opened up my big yap and I said, if you gave $1000 to help the poorest of the poor, the neediest of the needy. Through our Christian ministry partners, food for the poor. I'll call you and personally thank you. And of course, that turns into a great conversation with everybody. I don't mind. I told you the best of the best news I could get would be to call a lot of people. Um, listen, the Corona virus pandemic has made things really, really rough for the starving needy Children in Haiti, Guatemala all over the world. Food for the poor is everywhere. You know what's amazing is you can change a life. $37 will feed a starving child in Haiti. Three meals a day. For six months, $150 will feed four Children for six months. Almost everybody I call I've called so far because what I said earlier was if you give $1000 I'll give you a call to personally Thank you. It's tax deductible. Almost everybody I called said that the gods spoke to them and their heart was touched by realizing that For just a few clicks of a mouse. You could save lives. And I am so optimistic that today we're gonna have a huge day. I've been looking for 50 listeners to donate $100. Yesterday out of $100 donors. We're going to be picking some guest co hosts kind of a fun little contest. We did. Hey, we've set it up for you to make it so easy for you to donate. All you have to do is go to mike online dot com. Click on that emergency food relief better at the very top of the page where you could just call 844860 Hope You got paid today? You want to pay it forward a little bit. Just put aside $5100. $10. Whatever you, Khun give Call 84480 Hope..
"eric hanson" Discussed on The Budget Minded Traveler
"It will it was a transition for me for sure I adapt adapt point. I had really only done like self shot things so like I'd say maybe set up a camera on a tripod and then go talk to the camera for a little bit <hes> so not ought quite in the realm of like oh I am producing polished professional television so having cameras follow me around and point join Amac me constantly it was it was a learning curve for sure I I also went into it not knowing there. I thought that there was a distinct possibility l'idee that I might hate it that it would just be like get these cameras off me. I am hike <unk>. I just want to I want to be here but <hes> but that turned out to be the case. It actually has kind of been a very cool fund experience for me because it kind of has helped. I guess maybe unveil aside side of my personality. I believe is is genuine has always been there but I didn't always allow myself to tap into the I guess more energetic Buli and <hes> charismatic side of myself but <hes> but it is a process getting to learn how to speak eloquently on camera nappy air annoyed about. What's you know? If you have a bad taker. You say something Dahmer you just garble your words not getting like I suck this. I candidates and now so we're we're actually in season three of production. How we filmed <hes> seven episodes the first season ten episodes leads for the second season which we does now finished and we just filmed our first episode of season three and so looking at my I guess the trajectory of it it? I feel like I'm not a different person but I just feel like I have improved a lot in this role. No and I think that being comfortable like being being proud of what I did at the very beginning I am still very proud of it and I think that our show me Eh as a host. I've I've matured a lot of grown allotted become better and so it's it's it's a it's kind of crazy that that the <unk> just trusted me threw me into it just like our putting a ton of resources behind this as a lot of money involved in a lot of risk. Hey go to your thing and we'll see what we come up exactly but it's fun. That's so such a compliment. Isn't it like wow they actually Ashley chose me. They're actually trusting me to do this and produce something great and I mean I think it's only natural for us to grow and learn and get better as we go I mean I hope that's the case right like. I hope that your hundredth episode isn't the same as your first one. You know we'll just that it's gotTa be you have to just start an she had you're never fully ready. When any any time you start any of these types of ventures especially creative ones you just have to go and and be willing to do do your best and try your hardest and be willing to learn be able to you know self of critical in the way that you're open to learning and <hes> accept feedback in grow and and it's inevitable that you do grow yeah? You know what else I think is inevitable. I wonder how you've dealt with. This is the vulnerability aspect because you're really putting yourself out there and the second that you in general the general you like myself included the second you put yourself out on a massive media platform of some sort you you subject yourself to the opinion of others and that has been quite a scary thing at least for me. I know it is for a lot of a for a lot of people it's it's just one of the things that you suffer by being in the arena. You know like you suffer getting stoned if somebody wants to throw that at you you know because you're they're putting yourself out for exposure sort of thing. So have you experienced that I mean has the yeah. Have you dealt with that well so I had mentioned earlier that I had taken a job in wilderness therapy that kind of preceded all of these things and I'm really glad that that I have that background and now have what ended up being about three years of And realizing that what they were saying was a bigger reflection on them than on you and <hes> so it's been it's been what probably would have. Maybe been hurtful or would have maybe stopped me or where I would have been like you know Oh. I'm I don't want to subject myself to this. <hes> I feel like <hes> it's not that I don't care but it has. It's been a process of being able to understand what is valid feedback and what is something that is reflecting somebody on of the character of you've whoever this youtube commenter whatever it whenever I don't have to take that personally and I am going to choose to always always do my best to be kind and to be open minded and to be thoughtful in my approach might not always get it perfect but if I make mistakes I wanNA learn earn but I'm not going to allow Joe seven three six five seven sort of role and in my life show important yeah I I so I just watched the trailer. I actually haven't seen one of your shows yet. Which I I definitely I just watched the trailer and I'm like Oh my sitting there with the biggest smile on my face like this is the coolest thing ever? I love that it's you because I know you you know and so but I also like. You're doing this narration which you it's. It's so funny because you've got this great voice choice for it. You know my my voice cancer. I'm Eric Jansen no but but even just in the trailer you know I mean I just having done this on the smallest scale and I mean in comparison Harrison. I'm just GonNa compare that you know you have three seasons going on and like I just did this one video with Osprey that's coming out in September and this is just me being like Oh people are going must say whatever they want about it and there's nothing I can do and it's hard to compartmentalize the difference of it being about them and not about you and so but you and your so your unlike a pretty big stage right now I just I think I think it's great. It's it's awesome so tell us because I kind of just went on a tangent there with all of that just because that's kind of a personal side of it but tell us more about epic trails. I mean the T._v.. Show is called epic trails. You Go oh to epic trails so tell us where have we been. We just learned that you went on the Jordan trail <hes> but I I've seen I've seen some of the locations nations that you guys have gone to but can you share like what has it been about. What do you do on the show yeah so the show is epic trails which I feel like as there is an element of hopefully self explanatory title there so we travel? It's an adventure travel TV. Show we go all over the world to explore <hes> the people places cultures food all of the things that surround the world's most epic trails so what it is it is not just thirty minutes watching me hike is we are doing a lot of like documenting trails and things like that. I like to describe it which <hes> as kind of taking the Anthony Bourdain approach to an adventure travel show of he somebody that was really influential on me was Anthony Ordain and <hes> you know his show he used food as a vehicle to have a show that was much more robust and deep than just about food food and he'd had such a good way of exploring in being open to the people of the place and so so that's one of the things that I really tried to bring to the show have gone to do a lot of other travel long distance long-term travel and travel has been a big part of my hi life outside of even the T._v.. Show so I have a background of kind of of doing that of being out of my element in the unknown and trusting that things are GonNa be good and positive meet great people and I try to take that approach with the show so we have we've filmed in now. Will we just filmed her eighteenth episode and we filmed in <unk>. If I can recall all of the destinations I might miss a couple here but Jordan New Zealand to Fiji Peru. We've done a handful of locations in Canada Australia. Papua New Guinea Alaska Poland Sweden the U._k.. There might be missing something there but <hes> so yeah. We've gotten to go to some some everything from maybe a little bit more familiar feeling like <hes> doing an episode in say Alaska or like rebel Stoke B._C.. Canada to things that are far out of the realm OHS familiar for me so Papua New Guinea for example Fiji places is that are just like this is some one of the most different places I've ever been to in my life is when we're going get in the film in episode of television around on these trails that are in these crazy awesome places <hes>. Do you feel like you get to connect with people as you're doing this yeah so so one of the things slid so sort of on a logistical point but we it is part of built into the show is that I will meet up with people in the location in a usually it's like some sort of a guide or a local expert so part of my my role as the host that I like an adventure traveler avelar photographer. I've been like a guide so I have a certain level of I guess expertise that I take in in my role but I'm not the expert in all of these global destinations I don't know all the INS and outs of trekking in Papua New Guinea so I get to meet up with you know people who who are on the ground there and then part of the show is me interacting with them and learning and having an experience with people on the ground create so do you feel like it's pretty authentic yeah yeah exploring these trout doozy. Oh we're going to conjure up a bit of drama here. It's much more documentary in nature than that's not like <hes> having a producer onsite who's like end now to flash flood and deal with <hes> or something like that where we're creating it. We try to be really authentic in our storytelling and in how we approach it. It's not a I wouldn't say it's short sure documentary but it's documentary in in style in nature so what have been or maybe what was your favorite or like top top couple of favorite experiences experiences that you've had in this journey will. I think a couple of my favorite episodes and experiences have been Fiji Newfoundland. Uh of will yeah in Newfoundland <hes> that that was quite surprising <hes> and then Papua New Guinea Guinea as a as a place was really just so vastly different eye opening for me and just as a historical note of popping a Guinea as a country didn't didn't have outside western Western white person influence until the nineteen forties so the country all of the residents of Papua New Guinea really really unaware of there being this other outside world can tell the forties which is blowing to me and so as a as a traveler <unk> going into these places it still feels very raw and very unique like these places they're not. They haven't developed like a A. We're going to create a tourism package type of thing in it so you you go into this place these places in it it just it doesn't feel like anywhere else. I've traveled and <hes> so for example. We stayed in his village. We did a village stay. Stay in a place that never hosted white people before so I got to have this opportunity of going in and having you you know the whole village which was probably maybe two hundred people just be. I wasn't the first light person they'd seen but it. They didn't have a lot of experience with with. I guess with White People Answering Lee had hosted anybody we actually stayed in in the village with them and so it was like a big it was it was a big moment and it was very enlightening and eye opening and emotional channel in a Lotta ways for me because I've never seen anything quite like it was <hes> the whole village basically followed me wherever I went in. I thought the Cooler I've never felt more like a rock star than I have in Papua New Guinea <hes> but it was really like for example they wanted to show me all of these things all of these certain things that.
"eric hanson" Discussed on The Budget Minded Traveler
"A conference in in Quebec and we did a via for together actually that via fraud was featured in episode seventy two. If you want to go back and listen or maybe you can recall that Eric was there for that and he also was just recently at outdoor retailer in Denver where I was and where I re ran into him him and got to catch up with him a bit after a few years. Things have changed a lot for both of us. I suppose in the last three years I suppose that's life but his path has taken him literally across the world and back several times with this T._v.. Show that he oh so we're just going to talk to him about that path doc and what led him to this hosting Gig and what is in store for him and what the show is about and some other people and places that he's seen and experienced along the way so. I'm excited to get to share that with you but before we start today I have a group trip announcement. I've been working on the twenty twenty calendar for group trips and I had mentioned to you guys several episodes ago. <hes> my hopes for creating a bucket list trip to Norway for twenty twenty unfortunately that one is not happening yet so I apologize. If you had your hopes up I for sure did it's just not happening yet but we are totally changing years and continents instead of going somewhere cold dark in winter. We're going to Costa Rica. We're having a community meet up in Costa Rica March twenty twenty fifth through twenty nine th twenty twenty there are eighteen spots available which makes this my biggest group opportunity.
"eric hanson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Eric Hanson in for Mike today aren't shepherd host has had his fair share of dust-ups with opponents of the president. But he engaged in a good old fashioned online food fight with conservative columnists. Jody Goldberg this was their opportunity for both to make nice, and they made the most of it. Here's Mike and Jonah Goldberg. I got an on an airplane yesterday and was one of those small commuter jets. I hit my head against the ceiling as I was getting into the seat show hard. I thought I'd knocked myself out. I have knocked myself out. I'm going to collapse on the be unconscious on this plane, and then I kept worried about concussion concussion. That's bad. It was funny because as I was sitting there my head was spinning pounding from hitting the and I hit I smacked it hard. Now, you hit your head so hard your neck hurts because you hit the I mean, listen, I'm I'm not a spring chicken anymore. So time there was a time when I could take a blow to the head and I'd buy bounce back. And I had this this short of just hallucination Jonah Goldberg who I have admired and respected and just treasure for years. Got mad at me once and tweeted at me something smarmy 'cause I was taking him to task over one of his anti-trump columns. I I had to be a hallucination because I'm halfway through his book suicide of the west how the rebirth of tribalism populism nationalism, and identity politics is destroying American democracy. It's a fascinating topic. He's a fascinating guy. We welcome him. Back on our guest line here on the Mike Gallagher show, the great Jonah Goldberg returns Jonah how you been. I'm in good. Maybe severing less blunt force trauma to the head been you. I'm.
"eric hanson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Guys are going to have such a field day when when you hear what Eric Hanson in pebble, Lena ASTA are going to get to do when you hear what Eric and Pavlina are going to get to do going forward. And they get to actually talk about me when I'm in a bad mood and Lance. They're all going to gang up like I'm in a bad mood today. And I know on a bad mood because I don't feel really good. And you know, I don't feel good. I do this every year. We'll somebody in this audience. Do you? If you care about me at all. Will you remind me and warned me not to throw the windows open. When the nice cold fall air finally arrives. Because every time I do it. Like, a dummy my allergies kick in and I get sick. But I love the cold. Nice job of the air. What a life. I have had like bubble boy member bubble boy the kid with the big bubble over him. That's going to have to be in order to enjoy life to be in a big bubble walking around. I just have this big huge bubble that will roll around like, you know, like. A Star Wars character. So I through the window open last night. I had an open for like an hour. It felt so good. Gosh. Was it great nice cool air in the apartment, and I'm like fall is here. It's my favorite time of year. But of course, it hasn't. We haven't had a freeze yet show. The crap is still in the air. And I woke up this morning. Not feeling good. Gotta do like ninety seven cities in four days. So that's good. I'm glad good timing for me. That's the kind of luck. I have slim, and none. I had a great suggestion from a listener since we're two weeks away from the election two weeks and a day away from the midterm election. The most beautiful message that anybody heard during the campaign of two thousand sixteen was that speech from Michael Moore. And a caller said Mike you should play that again. Leading up to the mid term. Because it is like a punch in the gut. It's a up call as to why people are going to shock the media and shocked the establishment and shocked the Democrats. And vote Republican. So as I keep saying over and over again as I almost as practically beg you. Beg you. To show up on November sixth. This is this is something you're going to want to hear and see Eric is putting the finishing touches on it right now. And. We'll play it for you at about ten or fifteen minutes. So if you you you're gonna wanna see it as well as listen to we've got the video, courtesy of gravy, and and YouTube and you'll see this powerful message. And if you listen to me during the twentieth sixteen campaign, I played it every day and every day it felt better than the day before every single day. Twenty three minutes before the hour here in the relief factor dot com studios. Also, I'm going to catch up talk later this week with my buddy, Mike Lindell, my pal John Girardin of South Carolina, who's a member of our board, and dear friend of mine, I go way back with John and and pan and the kids John texted me said now's this my pillow mattress topper is good. As you say, it is as it, Mike. I mean, I said John you bet it is use the promo code Mike g to get this mattress. Topper? You're gonna get thirty percent off. You take this mattress topper out of the box. Put it on your bed. Put the betting over the mattress..
"eric hanson" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"You love him or hate him whether you agree with the nfl policy this new nfl policy or not this was initiated really by the president he elevated this trump put the spotlight on this this was an important issue to him and the president said you know what this is wrong you should stand for the national anthem if you're not gonna sit in the locker room you wanna pout about police officers and you don't like the way police officers do their jobs or you feel that there are police officers who are rogue and who are bad a fine sitting you're sitting in the locker room don't disrupt an exhibition of patriotism by taking a neo knee this was always a kind of insidious nasty very unpleasant and very disgusting demonstration and either understand that or you don't in may for for many americans and i've had a lot of callers you've told me it's like burning the flag or desecrating the flag so take a knee during the national anthem is simply a very very disrespectful thing to do and the nfl made a business decision yesterday and they said you know what we're not gonna put up with it incidentally the forty nine is an eric you know follow the jets eric hanson once you come over here for a minute you're doing double duty today a lot going on and a lot of breaking news a lot of lot of production your involved in today but you're you're you've been a long time jets fan right all right and so he but he's he's the acting owner why once johnson's ambassador and you realize that johnson is.
"eric hanson" Discussed on WLOB
"Bottom line is that then donald trump deserves a lot of credit for this i'm sorry whether you love him or hate him whether you agree with the nfl policy this new nfl policy or not this was initiated really by the president he elevated this trump put the spotlight on this this was an important issue to him and the president said you know what this is wrong you should stand for the national anthem if you're not gonna sit in the locker room you wanna pout about police officers and you don't like the way police officers do their jobs or you feel that there are police officers who are rogue and who are bad a fine sitting you're sitting in the locker room don't disrupt an exhibition of patriotism by taking a neo knee this was always a kind of insidious nasty very unpleasant and very disgusting demonstration and either understand that or you don't in may for for many americans and i've had a lot of callers who've told me it's like burning the flag or desecrating the flag to take a knee during the national anthem is simply a very very disrespectful thing to do and the nfl made a business decision yesterday and they said you know what we're not gonna put up with it incidentally forty nine is an eric you know that you follow the jets eric hanson once you come over here for a minute you're doing double duty today a lot going on and a lot of breaking news a lot of lot of production your involved in today but you're you're you've been a long time jets fan johnson's ambassador didn't realize that so johnson is yeah.
"eric hanson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"That's a clinton berry we'll pick the ball up and underhanded into the stands quin berry he actually pitched against the socks here two years ago here's a drive right center field calloway back it's over his head all the way to the vance davis scores taylor good speed around second he's on his way to throw their time and it's four one sky sox here in the eighth inning taylor triples to right center field the rabbits get the job done the eric hanson tanner with his second rbi of the year in the sky sox lead by three strike well going the other way and taylor despite being down in the coun comes through and the hitter is andres blanco taylor with his first triple the aaa level and the pitch loaded a switch hitter batting limp all on anyway i was saying quinton berry two years ago in a game between the sky sox is salt lake berry plank for salt lake entered the game in the eighteenth inning.
"eric hanson" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"And rolling along the mike gallagher highlights yo i'm eric hanson was there any more shocking a scandal in america this past year than the sexual harassment revelation swirling around folks like matt lauer here's my with his tick of course matt lauer has finally issued a statement he's ashamed he's embarrassed he's sorry he says some of the information has been an accurate but enough of it is true and wow if enough of it is true that guy may never be heard from again very very embarrassing stuff and uh i would believe criminal there's a story of a sexual attack in his office matt lowers office and i understand unmindful their children listening so i'm trying to be as professional here as possible but according to i think it was the hollywood reporter maybe it was the new york times but there is a a an accusation that a woman was summoned to his office he had a button under his desk to be able to lock the door when he wanted to he locked the door he basically had they if the way was described which chuck schumer intercourse over the desk and she passed out from the sexual intercourse and he had to summon a nurse to get her medical attention now that that sounds to me like something right out of silence of the lands that is like something right out of a horror movie i even describing it to you i've never describes something like that on the radio but i'm sorry is part of this this incredibly shorted account this is a guy who for over two decades was the friendly warm lovable face of nbc news skies interview in the presidential candidacies host you the thanksgiving day parade i guess you say you forgive savannah guthrie and the rest of impressing how much they love the guy at me i don't know that you call that sexual intercourse if a woman is past we now after being thrown over the desk of his office that he locked with the button under his desk this is such crazy creepy insane lawful stuff it's like rate is like it's right out of a horror movie stay right where you are the mike gallagher highlight show continues after this gold youth pain relief is elusive pain relief is mysterious pain relief can be.
"eric hanson" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"And the rolling along the mike gallagher highlights yo i'm eric hanson was there any more shocking a scandal in america this past year than the sexual harassment revelation swirling round folks like matt lauer here's mike with his tick of course matt lauer has finally issued a statement he's ashamed he's embarrassed he's sorry he says some of the information has been an accurate but enough of it is true and wow if enough of it is true that guy may never be heard from again very very embarrassing stuff and uh i would believe criminal there's a story of a sexual attack in his office matt lowers office and i understand unmindful there are children listening so i'm trying to be as professional here is possible but according to i think it was the hollywood reporter maybe it was the new york times but there is a a an accusation that a woman was summoned to his office he had a button under his desk to be able to lock the door when he wanted to he locked the door he basically had they the way it was described sexual intercourse over the desk and she passed out from the sexual intercourse and he had to summon a nurse to get her medical attention now that that sounds to me like something right out of silence of the lands that is like something right out of a horror movie i even describing it to you i've never describes something like that on the radio but i'm sorry is part of this this incredibly assorted account this is a guy who for over two decades was the friendly warm lovable face of nbc news skies interviewing the presidential candidacies hosting the thanksgiving day parade i guess you say you forgive savannah got three and the rest of them persson how much they love the guy at i mean i don't know that you call that sexual intercourse if a woman is pass we now after being thrown over the desk of his office that he locked with the button under his desk this is such crazy creepy insane lawful stuff it's like rate is like it's right out of a horror movie stay right where you are the mike gallagher highlight show continues after this fields you are listening to valley news talk on 1020kvntcom goal river alaska a cbi media group station pain relief is elusive pain relief is mysterious pain relief can be hit or.
"eric hanson" Discussed on WGTK
"Rolling along the mike gallagher highlights yo i'm eric hanson was there any more shocking is scandal in america this past year than the sexual harassment revelations swirling around folks like matt lauer here's mike with his day of course matt lauer has finally issued a statement he's ashamed is embarrassed he's sorry he says some of the information has been an accurate but enough of it is true and wow if enough of it is true that guy may never be heard from again very very embarrassing stuff and uh i would believe criminal there's a story of a sexual attack in his office matt lowers office and i understand i mindful their children listening so i'm trying to be as professional here is possible but according to i think it was the hollywood reporter maybe it was the new york times but there is a a an accusation that a woman was summoned to his office he had a button under his desk to be able to lock the door when he wanted to he locked the door he basically had they add the way was described sexual intercourse over the desk and she passed out from the sexual intercourse and he had to summon a nurse to get her medical attention now that that sounds to me like something right out of silence of the lands that is like something right out of a horror movie i even describing it to you i've never describes something like that on the radio but i'm sorry is part of this this incredibly shorted account this is a guy who for over two decades was the friendly warm lovable face of nbc news skies interview in the presidential candidacies hosting the thanksgiving day parade i guess you say you forgive savannah guthrie and the rest of them persson how much they love the guy at me i don't know that you call that sexual intercourse of a woman is pass see now after being thrown over the desk of his office that he lock with the button under his desk this is such crazy creepy insane lawful stuff it's like really is like it's right out of a horrible stay right where you are the mike gallagher highlight show continues after this froyo hi this is ron rasmusen.
"eric hanson" Discussed on AM 590 The Answer
"They're pindle dear being i just think you the eric hanson that's around john year you that's terrific you know what salem our media salem radio pays eric handsome not enough not enough i am glad phil boys never listens to the show i saw him out there with the signed fifteen dollars an hour because i'm in his fills no way so you need to make this right okay you need to make this right neck talent for not to come so cheap and um you know what i'm doing right now men is oppose live christian organization i would never sign that i'm here because that you know you know i'm phone i saw the quote monday out i saw it seriously we're talking when we went to the break it you said this is fun facts friday and so we on him you know i roof i'm looking yimi owner telling the general now go battles was written for thanksgiving for thanksgiving jungle ballots thanks giving sure falls true oh okay okay i'm so i tell you know what you but that was me okay so now right so yes of as a big part of thanksgiving businesses special fun facts freddy thanksgiving version is being to bad eating down and you get sleepy me too much and all that kind of stuff and then of you know you wake up under crease some place and say what what's become of me you know so you you want to talk about diet's yeah yeah when you wake up under a tree it's probably a christmas tree i know and in the league we got so much that you don't i burning also but tell me what what what do you when you want to talk about in terms of nine a lot talk about a diet but i want to talk about one more thing before we get to that dietitian one more big friend of people like to eat right around thanksgiving the so a football tradicional that turned talk in you've hard starting to get on you stuffed with the ducks stuff to check to throw kanter dot.