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Warrior Woman: The Exceptional Life Story of Nonhelema
"Are women of the day was a great warrior and leader of the Shawnee tribe. Who deftly let her people through a time of great change and turmoil? Let's talk about non Halama. We don't know the details Of when non Helena was born but it was around the seventeen twenty s probably in western Pennsylvania. We also don't know much about her childhood besides the fact that that she seems to have come from a prominent family from the Shawnee tribe non Halama story really picks up in the late seventeen fifties during the period of the French in Indian war by that point she and her brother known as Hook Alaska or corn stock. We're living in the Ohio valley the Shawnee had moved there under a pressure by increasing white settlement corn stalk become a prominent shawnee chief and warrior as a quick reminder. The French and an Indian war was the North American portion of a larger war called the seven years war in North America. British and French colonists fought as each side attempted to further expand in their sphere of influence. Native people also took sides. The British basically one like other sibling duos in native history corn stock and non Halama lead together during peace and war for example at the battle of bushy run in seventeen sixty four non Halama lead warriors warriors alongside her brother. That battle was part of what's known as pontiacs rebellion a fight between native Americans and the British who were hot off their victory in the French and Indian war. When rumblings of revolution began to take hold across polly's cornstarch and non Halama decided that the best strategic move for the Shawnee people would would be to support the American settlers over the British? This was a risky move. Considering the perceived military might of the British Horn Ornstein was assassinated in seventeen seventy seven but non Halama state the course with the support of her husband Mulugeta who was also a prominent leader and warrior when non Halama learned that some Shawny had traveled to join the British at Fort. Detroit she responded by rushing to warn the Americans of this development she disguised too revolutionary soldiers traditional Shawny garb so that they travel undisturbed for Donnelly to warn of the impending attack. Those Shawnee who had allied themselves with the British destroyed. Non Halima's cattle as payback non Helena and her people move to escape further trouble but her work for the Americans wasn't over in seventeen. Eighty non halama guided and translate it for Augustine Dila bomb a French ex PAT soldier who was tasked asked with leading a major campaign against British troops. And what's now Illinois. Sadly not Halima's loyalty was not rewarded. In seventeen eighty six non Halama and her husband will loofah. Both elderly by this point were captured in yet. Another war the northwest Indian war. That conflict was between a Confederation of Native American tribes with the support of the British begins the new United States though the Americans who captured assured non Halama and Milan were initially ordered not to harm them. One of the men you mcgarry felt differently. mcgarry asked Melinda if he'd been at the battle the blue licks blue didn't understand the question but repeated battle of Blue Licks mcgarry took that his confirmation and killed Milun Tho- with a Tomahawk Non Halama tried to protect Milun thaw and was injured herself before. Another man tackled mccarey non. John Halama was then taken to Fort Pitt and held there while there. She helped compile a dictionary of Shawnee words and their meanings in English. She died soon. Even after her release non Halama lived an extraordinary life as the world around her change dramatically. She married three times CBS twice before her final marriage to Melinda and she also had sons with two white men a son named Thomas with the British Indian agent Alexander McKee and a son named to Mantha. With an American officer named General Richard Butler Samantha also became a great
"halama" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness
"And it was really hope and yeah, just thought you'd get them some shows on the days. I think people just kind of so many 'cause I was under a mosque at the time, I was dunk Britannica, and he's the evil twin brother of Liam Britannica is it's like a walled Luce libra like cabaret shows is ru on neutral years, the best, and I was. I think they would just realize I was a kid that could do six EAS and stuff like that. So they went okay, so you need a night. We don't wanna put you on moss, when she not even. Become who you Billy? I made my roommates, William, and those, like, we'll we'll we'll call you will as much said, I'm all sprite as real name. Else probably buds. I was like, I think, so it kind of enormously. The and yeah would walk the Indies time like a do progress WJ and old came about, when sort of many, people know about my, my dad had hot in my two thousand fifty. And this is like when I'm like, Indies. I was also working with him being like an electric, and when he had his heart, he can work, and I could walk because my dad because to be honest, I never went to college or anything along those lines. So I don't have any of the, the right. Qualifications to be electric shit. I'm just hoping my dad out. They might kitchens off blown off is unreal. That's, that's real dude. I've blown up so many people's kitchens. And instead of taking the responsibility, just ran away it was. Connote move. Has that point I was okay? I need to get some real what behind me. So I was like, really like cheap in these, like, like just trying to get some money behind me and then I had two jobs as well. Trampoline, paul. And I was doing some video in on the sides that people this chart of Mike much money as possible, because those John Halama mouth pay the bills, because it was like, you know, automation want is not dude signed back, and then Karna got to a point where I can't remember what happened. I think I'd really bad knock really bad to the head. And I kinda sat there for a second. I was like, okay wrestling's right line from, they right now, I think of folks on mom and dad. So I said, if I don't hear anything buddy end of two thousand fifteen I think I'll on the Majol Craig to call it something, and I was very fortunate because red pro in new pan to do the global shows and. I to wrestle, I mean, the rest of Asia beforehand, which is the most month line experience in my until I lost is that was the, the region became a wrestle that guy. I wrestle him again. We've Molly, and then I go to rescue cod or the next day and arrested called her and thankfully, Gators ringside and get his book of new Japan and then had ton of Hashi backside watching may, then I had tighten the Tori who's, like then I just remember coming back stage and then I was Andy, I'm going to go and it was. No, no. You know, like go to go to the office right now. I know whose face, and it was just go to Jones down till we go. It's alright. I'm the he was like oh, yeah. Would bring in for the best of super junior's. All this is incredible. When run about the same time WVU going to cruise like classic and then they also made a full-time gig and then. With me something. So I'd like a subway. Neil? His will come at the same time, and I always though, just kind of I remember in January, I think I think I go signs knuckle, more signing Dulken, call signed. And I just remember looking at who was the top guys, I was looking at debit and I was just anyone that's anyone right now came through new Japan die almost like, oh, maybe I should just do use as like a platform to get me to higher places..
"halama" Discussed on Hysteria
"The left lane going five miles over the speed limit Hugh are a garbage human. Loughlin for a reason. Yeah. Eighty and you going sixty five is just making me angry. The people behind me are angry. And you're probably because I'm right near us. Acceptable to go the speed limit or barely over. Preach. That's the Halama Diane. Yep. Thanks. I'll die there, too. I'm I'm dead. Out hill, just leave me Kayla's post that you're like you are so dead on the hill that people who are also on the hill. Use your body as a geographic. Directions, like they do on Mon ever. The red parka gut. Oh, yeah. Just hanging right of Mikhail. Mikael frozen core. Don't drive by miles. Fist in the air. Yes. I, I think that's a fair one. I also think, though, that we live in a culture where people change leans too much. And like we need to stay in our own. Get fined for that in the Netherlands. Really? Oh, yeah. They're like adamant about about about driving fast and driving. Not driving loose. The left lane is for faster. Yup. More Daesh is- human beings left lane is for people who have weighed whether or not they want to get a ticket today and been like all risk it. Yeah. On the road, just like Fillon some time because you can't find ourselves in the right lane later. If you're hanging out in the left lane, move your ass. Yeah. Okay. Okay. That's fair. Also people who stop five like, you know, five car lengths before a red light. Oh, yeah. Get your ass up to the. Yeah. Yeah. They're hill.
"halama" Discussed on The Big 98
"Maybe, maybe I listen. Listen to this show right now. If you're new to the mix of the two you I'm a food stamp kid population. Seven hundred graduate class of forty people. Pine Arkansas yard sale for school close kind of guy, and all of a sudden dinner with this person. I'm going. I've been hanging out with Hannah Halama Hannah and then we trailer later on that night. Told that story. And then dinner, I'm and I have to tell somebody like can tell them not thinking I'm bragging more like holy crap is Amy. So I'm like, you'll never go have dinner with. All right. You'll tell us later, maybe also you should share, like everyone's at dinner with this person this person in this. And then say who you're with. That's what I'll tell you. Okay. Like I'm walking in line here because I come from everybody listen to the show like I'm that, but I've been working. And now I'm starting to go into Weirs land, and I get to do weird stuff now because some of my jobs allow me to with people that are like super cool Vamos, and I'm the one that's why am I here? But then I moves great stories and then have to be careful what I share in all of it. You gotta tell us all now when you're when line on Katie who reaches for the Bill. No, the American idol, I was like Dak awkwardly best storyteller. Got an Orlando Ritchie to sit back gonna magin the year. Nineteen seventy four Aretha Franklin was that then music comes up. The greatest, maybe a pound the greatest human I've ever met. Did of him hugging? Everybody was so cute. I was like, oh my gosh didn't realize how many hugs he passed out the best ever, Lionel Richie. Okay. We're overtime come back. Thank.
"halama" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"So I think just being open I can do this to your point on Lincoln. We try to funding some candidates on Lincoln. You know, we didn't use a ton of ad spin, but few hundred dollars and, you know, probably got hundred resumes in his overwhelming for me like you know having all. Resumes, which read all of the Halama supposed to go through all these. And then, like you said a lot of home weren't qualified, or even in the same realm of what we're looking for those wondering how linked in even came up with, you know, displaying my advertisement home. So just the, the costs, not just from a monetary standpoint in terms of ED's spin that spent, but the time lost that I spent going through that process. I also the process too because I just feel like resumes or not indicative of somebody's potential. You know until you really get to know them as well. You know it's like so many people just not shit on Bieber. You know, you meet them, and you're like, oh, my God like your entrepreneurial minded, your resources, your fast learner like you can do anything that I throw at the people that, you know, bolster up their resumes. Yeah. This is. Those charge that name where he put on your resume that you're proficient in excel, and then ask you to do something to excel and you don't know what you're doing. So many needs to come in, like disrupt the whole resume model. Like I don't know what that looks like. But we just need to throw resumes out the fucking window and create something completely entirely. I started trading pitch deck for myself today, and I'm gonna posted on linked in job. This is how I'd be I'd be sending a five slide pitch deck myself, not a resume it sticks out. So in this little training program, I created they so one of the things that I really like and, and that I encourage people do is create a personal marketing video. So I teach them how to upload it to YouTube and had a had a make the personal marketing video. But if somebody can see you on video, it's, it's so much better than just having your resume. Because like you said, I mean your resume I mean you could be a year here, jump eight months here job, six months here jump maybe here and a half here. You know that worked out, okay? And then jump, but you could be a really awesome guy entrepreneurial, maybe great for one of the private equity startups. But nobody knows that because they won't even they won't even take your. I mean look your paper. Nope. Throw it out the side or if they have a recruiter in there. And in house, recruiter doesn't know what they're looking at, you know, that maybe didn't come from the oil and gas business. Maybe just a sales recruiter. Now just you know, right out of college doesn't know what she's looking at our he's looking at and they throw it out. I think creating that personal marketing video just telling your story and like thirty seconds to a minute is huge. And so I've tried to teach people how to do that. And just and just how to differentiate yourself from all their competition, because that's what they have to do, if they don't differentiate theirself. They're not going to get an opportunity to even get in the door. These comes like somebody resumes have never even seen because they go through the computer filters and stuff. So when we land on somebody's desk. The falls road in line with what I was saying about content marketing earlier, even a piece of content to stand out most people won't get on video, and it doesn't take any effort to make video. Everyone's iphones. Droids make very good. High quality videos, whip out of your pocket ticket thirty second one minute. Video just telling your story think we just don't have the confidence and they feel like off. You were gonna make fun of me someone video, or I what am I going to say gonna look stupid, and you gotta be willing to be authentic vulnerable without the camera? I think there's two things if you're looking for a job there's two things you should be doing. And that is really your fulltime job, and it's creating content right? And it's networking, you should be going to every single network, even willing guests at least three times a week make the time. Yep. You know, that's, that's obviously applying the jobs too. But I can as many hands as I'm going to challenge you on. You don't even have to go to the networking events Lincoln, and I used. One hundred percent of my networking used to be outbound. Think about how you and I've met Jay since you message three and a half four years ago. Whatever it was a cinema house underwear on my couch. Probably eat ice cream on Lincoln. It's not messages baby spending probably have on linked in, I'll probably have ninety five percent success rate. Anyone that message out to get on a phone call get coffee much with ninety five percent acceptance rate on that offer and people? Don't take advantage of that. I mean, I think Lynton is one of the most underutilized tools, and I think you're spot spot on with video like you have to do something to stick out today's market. And so people can just get that through their head. The reality is. It's still a good. Oh boy network. Like even with the older generation getting out it like things have not changed in the industry. So it really is all about. Who you know whether that's a good thing or about. I don't know. But this is the reality the industry. What we're gets around to. I mean, if you people talk about burning their bridges, and it's a real deal. I mean, especially with some of these small companies. I mean you take a guy that I think is a stud. And I think nine out of ten people would think this guy's stud, but he pissed somebody off a long time ago. And now you know, this person calls this person, and they say, okay, you know, and that's not the case at all. He just happened to piss somebody off, you know, years ago. So we're does get really fast. But yeah, I mean look guys are blasting resumes. That's, that's the old way of doing it. I mean I know guy that he spent three he was with an ENC company. So he's a process engineer ENC company, and he spent three three and a half years are actually three years to the day out of work just because he didn't have the strategies to go network, things like that resume resume. We talk about resumes, and you have to differentiate yourself, but you have to have a professional resume. And so I was going to do this everybody that listens, if they want to Email us, we have a professional resume template. We give away for free. It's kind of our, you know, trip wire when we, you know, do a marketing campaign, things like that. But basically, this is a professional resume. A lot of people try to word templates. It's like it looks like garbage. You've seen these things right. And anyway, this one basically took all the great resumes out there that you see and formulated to one thing. And so you just basically plug. And play. So it's a word doc. They can download it. I'll send it to anybody who listens this thing. But it really you have if you don't have that it doesn't matter how good your content is if you have crappy resume put, you know, put together horribly you're not going to get past the desk. What can you do? He'll say makes it to the desk. What can you do on the resume to make it stand out? I mean, obviously, you talked about four hundred that being statically pleasing important, I've seen some people put little like circles of their picture on there. What, what works what doesn't work? Well, I think, you know, going back to the personal marketing video, I think people really have to create something like that. And, you know, also point look, a lot of guys don't want to create this stuff, they're afraid, I have a guy that is in the program, he joined the program, and he basically came in and he didn't wanna do the marketing video, and I said, you gotta do the marketing videos guys been out of work for eight months. And he you know, he's great guys and executive with the company or he was a BP company. And once he did that. Personal marketing video. He did it twice. So he did it the first time. It was like five minutes long. You know, he's an engineer. So he like five minutes, longest talking about all his accomplishments. I'm like, hey, you have to cut this down. Make it under a minute. And once he did that he sent it back to him, like there is bam. And this is a guy that if I hadn't recommended that I mean, he would never done anything like that. So that's the first thing I think, that's the most important thing you can do now is create a personal marketing video, put that link on YouTube or from YouTube, and so put it on the resume. But going step further any company you send a resume you have to seek out who that hiring manager is so it's easy to do. I mean, you're on Lincoln and the strategy to do. It is not hard. So if you're reservoir near look at the reservoir manager or the BP reservoir near or hell, go to the CEO it doesn't matter. But once you submit your resume you have to go and follow up with a phone call and people are hesitant about doing that, too. They don't want to get on the phone because they don't like rejection. Right. And. So if they call and the receptionist goes, what is this, regarding, there's like oh, and they hang up, like that's the worst thing. I hear that. So many times, you know starting our company to. Hey, what is this regarding if you're trying to reach out the and if you're just honest, and say, look, I just submitted my resume and wanted to follow up with the CEO or whoever tell my Senate? Well, you know that that's going to go to HR or something like that's what they might hear. And so that would just turn somebody off it. They heard that the first time and they have twenty companies they want to send after that turns them off that first time they're not going to do the next nineteen. So I think just going, you know, create the personal marketing video, and then after that you really need to follow up all the time, and we have followed strategies things like that. But man, it's like day one. They three I mean you will if you're proactive like that a company is going to least bring you in the door to find out who this guy is all about. I mean if you're just submitting a resume and sitting back in hoping, then, you know. At song gonna work and recruiting firms are not working for you like they're working for the client. And so if you call bunch of recruiting firm say, hey, can you help me find a job will they don't have the time to be able to spend, you know now if we have that one percent candidate that comes to us, and, you know, we're going to have ten offers this person, you know, if I call ten companies, then that's a different story. But if you have a resume were, you know, it's not absolutely perfect. And you know, you don't have the best of references. You really have to do something to differentiate yourself, so. Yeah. That's what I would do it personal marketing video that is key. That's number one in addition to, you know having a professional looking resume. Yep. Okay. So before we wrap this up people wanna find you. Yeah. People want your resume builder, which I think everybody this listening to this. It's in the job market. She go. And download working, they find that what shows website, and what's your Lincoln? Absolutely. So Hazeltine advisors. You. Find us on linked in actually we just we just dropped the advisers and we're Hazeltine now. But because we're we've got a couple of different things to go to market with. But so go to Hazeltine finds on linked in follow us on linked in, if you want the resume template, go to careers at Hazeltine, advisors dot com. So careers Hazeltine adviser dot com and h z e L T, I any advisors dot com.
"halama" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Named Michigan's next superintendent of schools. Dr Michael rice of Halama zoo was named to the post earlier today about the state board of education rice head this afforded, not only organiz labor unions, but the teacher's union as well already say an eighteen year old male student was killed in a shooting at a suburban Denver school. The Douglas county sheriff's office confirmed the death but didn't identify the student killed in the shooting at stem school highlands ranch. The death appears to be separate from the eight people who were treated at hospitals. It's a national nurses week. One nurse is not only caring for patients, but nurses to WWE health. Reporter Dr Deanna lights has details. Can't golden is a visiting nurse with the Michigan community VNA before that she worked as a nurse in pediatrics. It was then she noticed something. I just looked around. Everyone was sober out. And everyone kept waiting for someone else to make a change. They're like, oh, one staffing better will feel better. Or when the next scheduled comes out. Maybe we'll feel better. And I was like we have to feel better now. So about a year ago, she started the nurses, inspire nurses movement, a monthly get together for nurses to support each other and have some fun to nurses, are so busy helping everybody else. So I want them to feel loved and supported and honored for all their hard work. There are a number of chapters throughout Michigan and in other states to learn more go to nurses, inspire nurses from the delta dental health desk. Dr Deanna lights, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty education today is next..
"halama" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"John mcintire, Katie k. Radio ten twenty Katie Kate. John McIntyre show, we're pleased as Picton excrement to have once again and their ten o'clock pm Wednesday night slot. The political millennials Bethany Halama. You say you're stupid. Hello. And Brendan zilch. I'm sorry. I don't have your microphone on. That's my stupid. Hello. Again, our here's my pillow. I think Bethany wins most stupid. Well, still it's an honor just to be nominated. Yeah. I'm I'll take place for stupid. Hello. All right. So. In my day in my day, when I was at the rock festival in sedalia, Missouri. And John lurch. Passed out. And I said to my buddy Domingo, we gotta take him to the medical tent, and he said, but his Aerosmith man there owes men to Mingo I think he's dying. And everybody knows he came down here with us. So it's really going to look bad. If we don't come back with Aerosmith, but I really will dismiss one or two Aerosmith songs. And we took him to the tent, and then he disappeared. And then he showed up the next day in a hospital gown he escaped from the hospital. But at any rate in my day when somebody OD that's all you could do it was like if you were to rock festival, you take him the medical tent? These days you have infinite apparently both of you have experience with this to some degree when people OD on opioids. You don't just necessarily take him. The medical tent? You have the power if you are carrying what is the name of the drug Narcan Narcan lock shown. Yeah. And also known as the walks on you could actually save their lives yourself. If you happen to have a needle full of it. You don't even need a need. Now. They have what do you call when you put it in your shred nasal? So you could just stuff it up. Somebody's nose like a second Mazel spray. I I saw a story. Subway, sixty minutes somewhere about some town that they were encouraging people to be good Samaritans and just add carry this around. And and if you see somebody who looks like they're ding boom disco put a shot. And I thought I'd be so frightened that I miss the wrong thing or hit the wrong vein, or which I would assume is the reason that they came out with a nasal spray of it because capable not only was it not readily available which is still a problem that we're getting better at that. But who isn't scared to put a needle on someone? You know? I would be. Yeah. Sounds like the town. You were talking about is Middletown, Ohio. If yes, I believe you're right. Yeah. I was guessing they're just because of what you said because they spent over a million dollars last year on EMT services their budget for overdoses was one hundred thousand they spent a million dollars by summer. So they spent over a million dollars last year on EMT's, and they they were they were like we're just giving out the narc handed people to prevent this from happening. It's going to save us. A lot of money was actually. When it came down to was like, listen, this is gonna save nine hundred grand a year, but just by doing this. How does that save money because EMT services are about thousand dollars and junk he's not going to pay that Bill, right? So you have witnessed Narcan being administered Brennan, and you have done it yourself Bethany here, did you did you do it internationally identity internet's. I've seen it described. The Bethany that you did and have, you know, have to name names. But I mean, yes. So at the time, and I'm pretty sure this is still true. But anyone could go to the far to a pharmacy and get a prescription of no oxygen? And so they wrote it up if I remember correctly like you would instead of charging it to insurance the pharmacists would charge it to the health department, and it's a free prescription going it. And so it comes it's very self explanatory. You hope having it that you would never have to use it. But I mean, at least as a millennial a lot of the people that are my age people that are older even people that are younger have drug addiction issues. And so is this was something that I always thought, hey, why not have this it's free, and it could save somebody's life. And I had it in my car. I mean for. For months, and I picked up a friend and they overdose in the front seat of my car. I'm not trying to play prosecutor here, did you know that they were heavily under the influence when you picked him up which was why picked up I saw them. I was driving home. And I saw them leaned up against the wall by Bank by my house, and they just like passed out and look like they might not wake up again. So they were saying they were standing up against the wall. Like, just look like, you know, someone falling asleep against the wall. Which is typically what it looks like when someone's overdosing it looks like they're just falling asleep. And so he was coherent. We got my car. He lived minutes up the road from me from where we were. And I put in a car and turned up the music, and I'm sitting there like laugh, and I just wanted to get them home and for him to be safe. And I was like joking about something and he didn't respond and I looked over and he was just like out cold. And so I pull over new parking lot. I knew what was going on. I mean without actually having seen him use drugs. I knew what was going on. I knew had a problem if you ever try to lift someone who's whether they're dead or overdose. It's literally deadweight like that's actual. Really what it feels like I could not move him. Right. And he was just slumped over like about to lean on me. And so I had it in my door. But it was on his in the passenger door was wearing captain. And so, yeah, there's it's literally instructions you put like three pieces together take it and just scored up as it's almost instantaneous. Well, and so they're still not okay. They still need to go to a hospital. So I went, and I was good friends with his brother, and like I said they lived right there. So I picked him up. And then we fought about it. I wanted to take on the hospital. He did. And so we took him to the hospital that was right up there. Are you fighting about whether or not taking his brother didn't want to take him to the hospital brother's, a dope, his brother? Yeah. Brendan you witnessed somebody applying this. Yeah. Actually, I used to work in McDonalds, which is like right about Washington county, and I was actually working on the street and McDonald, and I saw somebody who was sorry. The town of McDonald's. It's out of place. No, no, no, no, the tiny town and McDonald route Washington no saw somebody on the street that was being attended to by somebody else. And I said what's going on? They said they're overdosing. I've already called nine one one and McDonalds a very small town. The fire department was literally two blocks over the fire chief came running up and his personal car, and he had his jacket on just he he pulled it out and put the little thing together. Stuck it on their nose apply to and they just like shot up like they had just woken up and said being I work out there. I actually talked to the fire chief he's not there anymore was Bob. But I said is that like a common thing out here, and he actually pulled his jacket and open it up, and he had nine doses in his, and that's his response jacket. So as soon as he gets a call. The radio. That's I grabs his jacket. He had nine doses in his jacket. And he said there's people use revived in the town four or five times. I've heard that all set that he's like he personally he's he's done it himself four or five times. And if you talk to any, especially I know 'cause I live in the suburbs. Especially like suburban cops everybody thinks this is happening like in the ghetto in the more urban areas. But that that's not true at all it, it's even more prevalent in the suburbs where more affluent communities where people have money, and they have an endless supply of money and drugs, and so if you talk to any especially where I live in the north hills bourbon police departments, that's what they spend the majority of their time doing is responding to overdose. As it is so sad, but it's not any specific race or gender age socio economic status. It's it's not particular to any of those very variables. Right. It's everyone getting attention though, is because it's not affecting the inner cities is not affecting impoverished communities like the crack epidemic dead. Where they just wanted to punish everybody that had crack if you're an addict, you're going to jail for twenty years if you touched it you go to jail for twenty years. It doesn't matter. How much you had on you? And now it's like, oh, well suburban white kids. And like I also work in a percent clear recently within the last year percent, clear, south Fayette. There were kids from affluent families Odeen cars on school. There was one who is supposed to be at an NA meeting, and he actually just drove down the street to a call to sack and we're talking like half million dollar million dollar homes and just overdosed right in the call to sack. We will get to politics as we always do a little bit later. But I'm intrigued by this as the entire country and world is a new topic. And I've anyway, we'll also Anthony from Oakland has some thoughts on on the opioid epidemic. So all right. We we have quite the theme. Developing political millennials back with John mcentire and a flash NewsRadio. Ten twenty k decay..
"halama" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Micron's already said that you would accept Britain back into the EU if they wanted us. Well, we'll just have to see it all transpires. But still I just don't think, you know. I'm I'm just wondering if people are actually seeing the I don't know if you'd say this beauty. But at least the the the way this is all being built up and set up as you said the architecture. Here's obvious that foundations are being laid and President Trump said, no. And this indicates to me that he may be the last president that will hold the last vestiges of what we have is a country. And up on little eschaton. 'cause I love is say a billion people parents around the world, what would be that would be a perfect catalyst to tie this whole thing together. It would be wouldn't it if something like that happened? Yeah. We that would be something. And of course, we'll get my attention. Thank you Eric for the call. Let's go to Dan in Washington. Hi, Dan, you're on ground zero. Hey, I just was doing on your own. Can you speak right into the phone? So people can hear you. Stewart on on. How you got? You're talking about the youth in America does not valuing did a couple of callers ago, the lady that just wasn't really understanding and it just kind of. About those young people that do would be young. You know, kinda young veterans who give it to support the constitution. Right. Just maybe think about veteran suicide. Well, yeah. Well, it's true. I mean think about it. I mean, that's the suppressing as well. They were saying that, of course, veterans of the Gulf wars have been committed suicide and grows and in and why because I think they come back, and they want to they still have the fighting spirit. They still believe in American its values, but they're noticing around them. So a lot of people are just kind of walking all over them. And I same way. Yeah. I mean, look I used to be all hellfire and brimstone constitution all that. And I still have it in my heart in my blood Halama boy scout. But you know, I'm I'm waking up to the idea of how being someone who stands for that makes me show antiquated. It makes me archaic. It makes me old and some maybe even say that makes you irrelevant. I don't think it's relevant to stand for what you believe. But the the trouble with the woman who called and said that she didn't like my presentation is she seventy two she's still believes that we're hanging onto these things. The trouble is she doesn't hear enough young people, and she doesn't watch enough young people in the streets, basically protesting anything. And and it's like, but you know, what is it? He believe in. Well, I don't know I I'm against this. And that's the thing that I see I mean in living in the middle of little Beirut. I can see why it is because I come to work I've to plan my schedule around riots, and maybe you don't have to. But I do and I see the most of the people involved with these protests and riots our young people between the ages of what fifteen and maybe twenty two twenty three. They're college students. I it's it's an interesting to see how this is going on. No, I'm I'm in Seattle, and and my job sites. Get shut down. I can't get places. Aalto test. And it's it just seems like a bunch of feel good stuff. Would you do try it as a younger person talk about some things that you do value brought up being better his? L people instantly just only discredit you wanna flop of mental illness. Emotionally agree with? So obviously you understand what I'm saying. We make it clear again. Right. Yes, sir. Okay. Good. When I hear somebody say, they don't understand. And then they go from. Well, I don't understand why you say this. And I don't particularly like the presentation, you know, I'm I'm trying to figure out. Well, maybe maybe I'm not being cleared up. But I I get the feeling that you know, she didn't understand your crystal clear. Clyde. Thank you, Dan. I just wanna make sure thank you so much. Thank you for your serving our nation. Thank you so much for what you do. Roger that have had a good night. Take care John triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred that's triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred. I'm quite Lewis. You're listening to ground zero get involved with the dialogue tonight. I want to hear more about this. Because you know, this is a big deal. I think a big deal that the president did this traffic. On the town. We're. Rainy back.
"halama" Discussed on The RV Podcast
"To enhance our RV lifestyle. So welcome a very honored. You chose to put us in your ears this week. Let me ask you a question is your are the over weight. Are you two questions? Are you overweight? Well, in this week's guest, we have a very fun talk with our friends, James and staff. You know them from the fit RV and we talk about the importance of weighing your RV to make sure it's not overweight and us unsafe for the road too many are he's the scandal. That doesn't get a lot of attention, but too many RV manufacturers out there, send their RV's out from the factory dangerously close to the maximum weight limit. Something that many are are unaware of when they start loading their gear and then themselves into it. And then we tend to get over way too. It's too easy for life on the road to cause us to be overweight, and Steph will be talking. About the head. James, we'll be talking about overweight RV's in how to weigh your RV. And I think you'll find lots of interest with this terrific RV ING couple in our interview of the week coming up a little bit later on. Plus we have RV tip from Jennifer. We've got your RV questions, traveling technology tools. So the RV'er and a great off the beaten path report from the Burkitt's all coming up right here in episode, two, fourteen of the RV podcast, but I my lifelong traveling companion and my bride, Jennifer Halama dear. Hello, Michael. Well, we're back the inner sticks in bricks house in Michigan, and literally catching our breath between trips. It's been pretty much nonstop travel from California to Pennsylvania and up and down from the north of the south in between with many stops since pretty much early, some. Summer. Now we've had a ball though, haven't we? We have. It's nice to have a little break though. We just returned from an absolutely fabulous trip to Kansas specifically the flying w ranch located on seven thousand acres of tall grass prairie. It was another one of our road trekking gatherings, the eighth of the year, and this one was on a working cattle ranch. We had road trekkers from all across the country show up. We camped boondocks style right next to a horse corral and we were so busy. We hiked took a lot of awesome photos stargazers under the big prairie sky learned all about the cowboy culture and actually joined in on some of the ranch activities. And the absolute highlight of those activities had to have been the cattle drive. We were able to mount up on horses, and we accompanied the real Cowboys on the ranch out into the. The pastors for a Longhorn cattle drive, and it was an unforgettable experience so much fun. We were literally right in the middle of the heard, and I can't wait to put together the video of that experience. The other highlight was the tall grass prairie itself. You know, Kansas is a place that most people go through on their way to or from some other place, but believe us it very much belongs on your bucket list. When Mike, it's the video uploaded to our RV lifestyle channel on YouTube. You can see for yourself, but the prairie is so stunningly beautiful that even my husband's excellent video skills can't capture it. All it needs to be seen firsthand. The tall grass Perry used to cover a huge section of North America, a hundred and seventy million acres from Ohio to the Rockies and Mexico. Oh, to Canada today, only four percent remains, and that's mostly in the Flint hill region of Kansas where we were the US park service has established the tall grass prairie national preserve there, and it's well worth of visit as.
"halama" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"You're listening to you Midori house still with me are Carol Walker and Linda you in the u. k. the government's migration advisory committee has released a report, advising members, ministers if he's me on what the country's migration policy should be after Brexit, it recommends that free movement from the EU should end. Instead, it says the u k should embrace a candidate style system with no preferential access to the labour market for citizens of any other country. Linda is such a system desirable or even feasible. I think probably the biggest difference between where we sit today in the UK and Canada is that we have a legacy of supplied links labor supply links with the u. and obviously Canada's system actually by a lot of accounts works pretty well. They're very focused on high skilled migrants. They show no preference to different countries and but they don't have a legacy of of labor that the UK currently has. So I would say looking at what the this committee has advised as chaired by very well known labor economist, professor Halama knee and includes a number of people, economists and others who've looked at this issue a great deal. I think the elements that they like from the candidates system are that you have highly skilled amid skilled workers who are so long as they earn thirty thousand pounds a year. So it's run forty, five thousand dollars essentially there no quotas on a monthly basis as to how many of them come, I grace. So you do that based on need where? I think they're. Are probably going to where I think there's going to be some debate is around what happens to low skilled workers. So what they're proposing is for seasonal workers farmhands you would have a system where they could come in and do season award cuts pretty much in line with what the government is thinking anyways. But I think you already begin to see some pushback from businesses who are arguing that what they actually need. Our hotel workers are low and service staf and the this is the area where I think there's going to be a political tension over over this issue. And I would also say it's not just Britain. I was in parish recently and FRANZ is also president. Macron has also said he doesn't really want low wage workers coming in to take work from French people. And so I sort of think this whole free movement is being reconsidered. But the I should say, overall migration advisory committees assessment is that immigration is good for the economy and they're trying to do it in a way. That they think best matches with the UK economy needs will? Yeah. I mean much has been made of the report's findings in that regard as it found that migrants have no or little impact on the employment or on employment outcomes of the UK born workforce and also that there is little or no impact on employment, wages or training Carol, did we need this kind of analysis in the run-up to the referendum? Well, fascinating. Isn't it because it, as you say, a couple of the headlines that immigration does does not have a negative impact on on unemployment on pressure on many public services that it is overall a net benefit to the British economy. And yet we know that concerns about immigration and levels of immigration will one of the key factors in that Brexit referendum..
"halama" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"Going, on brother was going okay over the might as well put the button on last, week's conversation yes I was able to go golfing last Saturday or last Sunday night United the show and I was trying to find a way, just come back from New York of of going golfing. With my buddy and still having family time and I was able to pull it off air man I love. The creativity the way you're able to do it got a little family time in is their baby, I got to slip out for. A minute with my best friend Halama best friend. For a minute and then I will be back I think the key part, was, the best, frame, see, we hang together are wise all our families No it's just a random guy thinks you're us for, random guy considering you've been gone. All week you're in New York so it worked. Out, now if you hear a little extra husky In the voice I had a little birthday shindig. Last night I was acting like I was. Born, and raised here in LA Hollywood rooftop did oh yeah we. Rooftop oh we were really we. Were really LA invite. Only invite only granted there were like hundreds of other people there So. I went I went full. On Hollywood so yeah I'm a little husky. Today the voice because God forbid I've been. In radio thirteen years in my my Larry necks or voice box. Actually strengthen at, all this, time that. Is, not the case, Bucky after one day speaking pretty loudly this is. What you get you get a little extra Go laugh laugh. Me this is so but. To be honest with you I kinda. Like it my wife was lucky, we're? Married because. I would. Use this, this is this, is sexy Kelvin right quiet storm People. May not hear about. A quiet storm but that's the question. Of what you played a little, slow? It's gone Requested dedication to. You lady Right on, the quite store of, course a lot of football and we were. Just talking before the show there's some that we definitely got a dive into regards to the preseason because you definitely just dropped some, knowledge on me and Robert we were sitting here, and you were just. Like gave, us some insight of course you playing all those years in. The NFL is to preseason so we're definitely going to get, on that in a. Moment but let's start, right there were preseason man and it's really a question it's like to. Play or not to. Play that is the question do I play? And get Marcus -ly injured it have to have them carted off. With the left knee injury do I play Jared Goff who hasn't played a? Starting quarterback on one year this is his third year coming. Off a. Pretty solid year second year maybe I. Want to continue that? Growth do I play him do I play Todd Gurley coming off an, MVP like season last year bouncing back from a rough, season of the season? Prior do I, play them get the reps get them ready, Bucky, or do I say man these are going. To be my go-to guys he's. Going to be my stars these are my heart When it comes to the offense of side of. The ball, and I'm not gonna, play them and you played in it and. I don't know if when you play times of chains guys don't play play lesser guys play more because then again you see an, MVP Tom Brady playing a couple of games ago, he's playing the whole. First half, like he is a six string quarterback just trying to make. A team yeah I mean it's a different a different time, but I think it. All depends on the, taste of the coach and what they are most comfortable whip Bill Belichick. Is owed school coach. He believed that you guys need to get? Labrador they need to play a number of reps so they can. Understand how the speed of the game is going to change when he gets? To the regular season you want to make sure that the. Chemistry and. Continuity is right however these new school. Coaches are taking the? Approach we may have some joint practices we get the temple in rhythm, and controlled environment we're going to make sure that we, get to the first? Game of the, regular season fully healthy and ready to go, and, we'll sacrifice a little time in rhythm for. Health to make sure that I. Have all the bullets Chamber ready to fire when the. Game, when sees a story I'm more the former. I'm more the I wanna make. Sure I have my guys I wanna make sure. I have Jared Goff healthy ready for all I wanna make sure I have taught girl is speaking of Todd Gurley LA. Rams running back this is what he had to say about him playing in the preseason that is.
"halama" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC
"You said encourage you to ask that question to those who maybe don't know who are listen to this podcast. He worked on vintage cars and that was his business as you were growing up and want to get a little bit. But it was he involved in racing at all or just through us that he new cars, but he just got involved in racing because of your passion for. Yeah. I mean, he still does been scars, classic Gartner stuff Bono. Nothing related with rising key. He'll will like ours on on that as you know for fun, but nothing related racing. I mean at one point when Hugh us on early twenties he has a three car. He was putting in different Angela, he will that thing a little bit. And in that way, just for fun. You know, nothing professional at all. Actually in Mexico, they have a Wednesdays. They opened that I way for for three cars. So he was going to those Wednesdays racing camping. So he wasn't. He wasn't even raising sketchy was kinda like open for everyone. So he wasn't a little bit. So he'll will like cars and jeans and little bit of raising book. You know anything about oriented. You know anything either in what was his reaction when you told him you wanted to start? Go racing, go karts. What made you wanna go? Well, he's a long story about one of his costumers son was into racing. The time. Actually, I think I think when I turned to turn thing your soul, he bought me my father Bom me. I go both for the street. You know, one of those little boggy kinda thing with for the for offer all that stuff. So I got up, hang on. I remember that they had a a nine horsepower engine, which is nothing. Only about a tenth of what you have. Yeah. Correct. And you know he was on the first week, but then after one week I'd say my, you know why these thing I think is losing power man. Man, listen what you're getting used to his inaugural, and this has no power anymore is not going anywhere. Anyway, I talking to some friends of his my fire that they were mechanics stuff. So one of the found me up begin engine like at the sixty horsepower. So I did a swap in my in my my mother's garage and we started working on. And so I was always in bowl with all the kind of stuff. And then when my my father's costumer song wasn't bullying raising him by new one day to do go on practice with him because he saw me in the shop just messing around. So him by me one Saturday, and we went over there to test. I one over there. We, he son and I wasn't supposed to ride. I was just going to hang out and eventually they up the Halama list this, do you go there and do some laps, and I remember he was my my friend now. Obviously the he was rising professional and it was. He's he's younger brother too, that he was racing, NAS, professional, he will rising. So my first time out, I also really better than the one and that was close to the to the guy that was professional so, and they started splaying me how to things. And actually I was getting better. He's fired, went to my Hey, agent. good. And for for some reason, he was out of the box on she'd been raising before my say, no, never. So you know, that kind of like a little bit like issue to my father and he, he led me go again with them, and eventually I was you're not Foschi sewn on our jobs racing. I would just testing for a few weeks and eventually my father say, you know what? Let's get into racing and listless sell. You go car and Liz by one of those things and see what happens. And that's how I started. And he eventually sold his vintage restoration car shop to support your career. Yeah, that was later you know, the though us maybe actually not too long ago, maybe five, six years ago when I was ready to move up into a NASCAR stuff in Mexico, maybe a little more on maybe saving years ago. I wasn't in point on, like, you know, well, next on on the next step west to to racing. In stock arising and in Mexico because I was very strong the way to sponsor. So he had to Saul shop and get that morning with similar partners to that racing together and and lemme going that made me good enough to raise half of the season in Mexico might..
"halama" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On
"For halama computers oakland puskas kim kyrie ultra of heroes leila's is open for enemy he was honoured in israel because he was given the wolf prize which is from the wolf foundation and it is uh it's kinda like than the nobel prize in terms of uh works in the arts and he's going to be receiving his ward in the knesset in jerusalem at the end of may is going to obey concert in tel aviv to celebrate as well so graduation paul mccartney been celebrated by the juice rocks man hey jews we went to the whole this week of a joke goddamn raped her fares somebody's trying harder than hello however now he's working last parties coming back you excited about that i did what in well known i no need no thanks we already got wall von no saying no no no no whose own it's already been done no no whose involves this is a concept i could go on it yes no he couldn't even when kid in play were doing it because i share could hameury scabby house party do you think there were by the way um i'm gonna say six oh well it's better that i thought you're gonna do five five and most people guess the under there's the tv movie the two might not count uh his house party has worked two has 43 has 24 dow's as many cars as party two nights the night house party two was the pajama jimmy jam.
"halama" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!
"Radi has a giant trampoline in his backyard all that call cat yeah yeah he knows where he said but his parents were like we got these people to bring animals to the party so you she you're going to look forward to that we've got these animals that the party right i'm thinking okay great we're going to have some bunny rabbits yep lip we're going to have a goat maybe sure right a single lama yeah yes something like that something along those lines that would be a full complement right and i guess i i'm thinking of like if you work in a fun like checky office sometimes they'll had get like the puppy brigade the come over and look at all the fun we has your at our office gray have you gotten the puppy brigade at your off iron at an office i should i haven't but i got to be part of a puppy shoot at an office that's great well how evil happy so do they give the puppies a headstart yellow asia studies automatically labelled undeserved rise our ally halama lavigne's yet i'm not a here you tell you they always rates less sporting and it's more like when you pay ten dollars and they give you a baseball bat to hit a truck at the county fair except for having puppies god sean i i the man comes and he's dressed lay animal man the animal man and he added rest like jack hanna jungle jack the worldfamous not real scientific writing.
"halama" Discussed on TEDTalks (audio)
"And what does he do to make these great rock bands better well he makes a mess he disrupts that creative processes is his role to be the your could stranger it's his role to tell them that they have to play the unplayable piano and one of the ways in which he creates this destruction is through this remarkable deck of cards have my signed copy here thank you brian they called the oblique strategies he developed them with a friend of his and when it they're stuck in the studio danica will reach for one of the cards hill who draw wanna random and he'll make the band for the instructions on the card so this one change instrument roles yeah everyone swap instruments drummer on the piano brilliant brilliant idea look closely at the most embarrassing details amplify them make a sudden destructive unpredictable action incorporate these counted disruptive now they've proved their worth in album after album the musicians hate them so phil collins with thank drums on an early brining mieko surfaced rated he studied turn beer cans across the studio carlos alamo a great rock guitarist working with iino on david bowie's lodge album and at one point he turns to brian and says ron this experiment pit but the thing is it was a pretty good album but also carlos halama 35 years later now uses the oblique strategies and he tells his students to use the oblique strategies because he's realize thing.
"halama" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Of the whoever trapping a were them but they don't head at kind of respect you know what i'm saying so some time you know even somebody to play would you like okay was cool i don't go looking for nobody but whenever i see you we go had the deal with you won't have to ask those questions in the way you ask those questions the way i'm a deal which does it i e galvano to the pmc that never said nothing about the way never thing about it now respected amend a man have you got out of jail the true so delayed later got a bookshop book is wrong with the man got out of japan no demand the he hit me up he said pm sarin in thank you man because i know what type of new giulia in look i was own at don't let that in about no i as an example he was on a day that he had gone on drugs yeah he admitted that day vivid said that he was wrong guy people be sitting around target is light what was y'all led though yellow note a rules it is you know what i'm saying i've always handed out monday nobody hand amino money from the that that was the disrespect port of menu token about me hanjin whether you never gave me a chick i gave you hundreds of thousands of the ramp you know what i'm saying so i'm the person that put you on it should be love and respect what sometime drugs a given ugo some by say you will now you won't be bigger than you can't get mad at me if you sign a seven percent deal and i sana eighty five percent deal as that hinders i went in there like john halama minute but then that's what it is all just jealousy man while all these white companies could stand next to each other work with each other nor none of them come the media exit vise will be how did you get that deal would not santa my deal can you help me forgive give me a little cut out do whatever that's what you're doing any way what the financial people you here but you don't wanna give another black men and had experiments the my you.
"halama" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Better by making it in medicine better ina faceoff circle would crawford's right penguins get it schultz at the left point the putts yelled at asherville high mohawk founded of links mourner carl haglund there for the pegged we'll put it in behind mohawk net gasol tied up lost the halama park saab will take it up a left wing side then moving across the ranked panic right wing at center ice you'll senate down into the right corner penguins zone taste good not get their ahead of monaco move shouted at the malkin that pass up the right wing center ice thick castle center the across the rank haggling over a hotline to the left wing gorth down maskhadov but fessel behind mohawk near the puk stripped away by our too many samah who tried to cleared out malkin intercepts that and then richard panic with some diligent work out the right point pushes the puck over the line to senate forcing the grants to regroup doable and brought the puck back into bihac zone down the left wing shot off the glass behind the net gift still sticks that across now dilawar point brian ross is there they'll send it back down off the dasher behind the net the crosby right corner put it over russ left circle russell against the how ports sent the dow the chris what tang actually jake canceled tuesday behind bihac yes over right wing corner left at there for crosby and east him off with a sweeping knocked it away up the penguins get it back here's a drive for what technical array quite proper gabala butterfly say we'll squeeze the puck to the paint of the ice up underneath him there in the crease in hold on trying to push crawford and the puck back into bihac net with a stick with a lines when a right there to stop everything face off to the left the prophet mike sullivan is made of the just but here the period and it seems like it's the paying off a little he has switched sydney crosby and rather than going headtohead against jonathan tapes malkin playing up against sydney crosby kgb going up against the niece of off it's fifty four the door here in the second period hop still up onenothing shops known nature of the penguins ranked seventeen facing off with mccague won the draw patrick sharp who raced ah part to center ice.
"halama" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Days bob dole has done just do these would oh the core brain not the mcleod good morning thanks for listening to my dog when i was seven one everything entertainment with data and some maher lay hello john halama earlier this morning good day to you sir i see that you are little iritated by swift and her listening parties for her fans mmm taylor swift is having these pride that uh listening parties for her for her album antiasian she does he's like little secret things their private like not everybody knows about it i think it's almost like a fan club thing it def yeah definitely like she invites these people specifically to them to a secret location and then they lose their minds yes they do lose their minds and i my opinion on is is it just if feel so over the top like the word extra is taylor swift taylor swift is the word extra if you've ever heard that it's like yes she says a little extra it's just like over the top and try hard and that's just what these wearing out to me it's just it's one thing to put an album out i think it's one thing to have parties fear fans and meet them and greet them and i think that's very sweet but it's almost like she's doing a concert but she's not singing or performing or anything she's sitting in a chair and all i just i can't think of a more uncomfortable situation i visit you i've been to a few of these it's ed it's a listening party it's basically you listen to the album before it comes out and then but usually somebody's moderate.