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"helen georgia" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

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01:38 min | Last month

"helen georgia" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Helen Georgia State House of Representatives Burning Jones. He switched parties. There has been a different craft for a long time. Today. He is a Republican for the very first day. And I like burning Jones because he looks at things with common sense. And I think the vast vast majority of Trump supporters do the same thing. But wait for it. Listen, listen to your newscast. Watch your newscast, read the reports and you will see Trump supporters stormed the capital, Trump supporters broke into the road tender Trump supporters. They don't know that these were Trump supporters that these people weren't planet. They don't know if they were in teeth of black lives matter. Some random anarchist group they don't know. So they're deciding for you. Don't let him do that. Speak out. Speak up. You know your voice can be heard without violence. Now I know there are some people lay just don't want to hear that. You know the time for talking's over Well, Um, if you learn if you live in some third world crap hold Banana Republic that may work there. It's not gonna work here and it shouldn't But we shouldn't take this lying down either. Well, if you're on hold, I promise. I'll get your calls your calls straight ahead. Your observations of what you witnessed yesterday and last night. And where that place where that comes down with you on news talking 20 w B A P. RAM Jack Foundation repair has.

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"helen georgia" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

10:13 min | 11 months ago

"helen georgia" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"And also the author of becoming bulletproof from atria books more about which all of that coming up in just a moment her website by the way is her name and it's not the easiest to spell so here we go every palm Porras dot com E. V. Y. P. O. U. M. B. O. U. R. A. S. dot com I'll repeat that a bit later on we have a call from Danny and Helen Georgia hi Daddy hi Jim Boehner hi every I was just eight wins talk about being bowl improvement you know and the the pandemic is not the only thing really I don't know if there's ever been any discussion in the higher ups and maybe you you this might be one of the things you can't say that I think Jim Bowes I'm bringing the email of three and has feelings about it too but is there a was there ever any speaking of BMPs and and there was a power grid it but a J. A. for if somebody had a really wanted to take us out your data followed up this coronavirus was something like that would be done well certainly there are many areas of vulnerability and and obviously electromagnetic pulse attacks either begin by nature through sun activity or or man made these are things every that can also be a serious threat I'm not sure that that EMP would fall that much under necessarily the purview of the secret service but do you tell us so you know he brings up a good point because we would take a lot of these different things into account for the people we protect and obviously there's different parts of the government to take account to it and the things for the vast country like the vast population and its point being like this is happening and how vulnerable are we having something else happened to us because first responders law enforcement you know everybody's so focused on what is happening but at the same time they also still have to maintain security in other areas and you know I'm currently on a New York City so this is really like the ground zero of the virus at the moment and twenty percent of the NYPD for example they're out sick into that takes a toll in that takes away resources from you know they don't just have to respond out of Kobe they still have to do their job so there is a valid point there are we keeping everything else secure and the way the government is structured the way these things are set out we should it's based on those things happening before they saw probably a covert happening something like this but yes like resources and assets are stretched out to some degree so it does make us more vulnerable the one difference itself this is happening all over the world two everybody is vulnerable everybody is worried so if it's not just happening here in the US and other countries or their entities perhaps that wanted to cause harm to us could easily do that to work kind of fall in this in the same boat to eat it's gonna make it less likely just because everybody's busy dealing with their own battle right now I thank you Danny one eight six six five oh Jimbo our number one eight six six five oh five four six two six how did you will get into the secret service that a friend of mine our media veteran by we served together in Vietnam he wound up with the secret service and I her injuries what path brought you to this I wanted they would by accident most you know a lot of people when they're younger and career like this said something like when their kids it's like this is what I want to do when I grow up in that you wouldn't really a world that I knew I was exposed to that growing up in New York you know in the eighties and ninety there's a lot of crime here and we were very vulnerable to it my family myself and I think when you grow up that way you can either become more fearful in life when you victimize so much or you can rebel against it you can say I don't want this and I think you know I had more the latter experience there I was like you know I want to help other people want to protect other people and eventually ended up actually going into the NYPD forest the police recruit but it I was in the police department not not very long several months and before I went into the U. S. secret service and that's really how it happened for me I noticed your book is dedicated to for my father illness pub poorest who by the way passed away just last September for teaching me to embrace the fight rather than fear it it was that part of your inspiration your father slots yes even when I went to the police department he was appalled he's like why would you do this who does this young girls don't do this you know what I'm greeted you can tell from the name and so culturally flick where they came from this wasn't something you would you go into law enforcement but overall he was always very much like you need to fight you need to speak up don't take things laying down and he taught me to to to speak not to shy away from things and ironically it baby at that time worked against them when I was younger because I fought back and said no I'm going to go into the police department of course later on they they realized going into law enforcement when it meant I think sometimes you know parents want to guide us and give us the best advice they can and ultimately in the end we we have to figure out what what is best for us and sometimes marching to the beat of our own drums so to speak can be a good thing and we should we must mention this this is a great series here on the on Bravo I mean I just I I love this spy games where you can live out your espionage fantasies tell us about that yeah this is it was really great I mean we really everybody loves to be a spy you hear people's stories about the double seven to what it's like to be a spy so Bravo came up with the spy games contests if the competition theories and we had ten contestants we put them through a series of the mission it was myself another judge who is a former CIA and another judge who is former FBI and we created these these tasks these missions for them to test them whoever won the series each episode we would disqualify someone and then whoever ended up winning would win the hundred thousand dollars what do we even missions were designed they were designed to test them with these mental ability and physical ability simultaneously so I mean we we do something like hang them off the side of the building you know a ten story building and have them listen to a story in some questions as there suspended in mid air so it's can you think when you're stressed out or put them in the beef and ice back in give them a puzzle to solve and you can't come out on the ice bath until you solve the puzzle so do we it was really about can function under high stress so it was extraordinary and it was really interesting to see the evolution of the contestants especially the ones who ended up staying on the longest you see how they would come in from you know day one the initial thing and you also see this transformation of who they became towards the end and it reminded me a lot of training when you go to secret service academy or CIA or you know what they call the farm or the FBI the preacher in the situation the exposure to stress if you need a comfortable situation so that you become more resilient you you overcome them in an exposure to more stress and more stress and stress to some degree is good but we live I think an environment today where everyone's kind of told you want a stress free life you want everything to be easy and that doesn't deserve it to some degree because yet you don't want an appropriate amount of stress but adversity is good for you stress is good for you because when when you get exposed to that you become more resilient you learn how to problem solve when something does happen something big like what were happening what's happening now you don't completely fall apart you think yourself okay I can adjust I can adapt and that's why is this is the show was pretty extraordinary to see people adapt and evolve I would think that that is in an actual work such as as we're talking about not just the contest but in actual work that maintaining your cool would be a lot more important than just a macho bravado there is not much of a ride you know sometimes you think if the person is in the gym the longest and looks the fittest and it's about endearing about stamina it's about keeping it together and ultimately like you sometimes you don't know what you're going to react how you gonna behave to something until it happens to you and sometimes I'll do I'll do expo you know how do you segment on the news and one thing I'm always asked if you know how do we teach you know people to have that for self defense especially women what should they do what Lucy should they learn and the number one thing I tell everybody is you need to learn what it feels like to get in the fight the first time somebody strikes you or tries to hurt you should never be in real life until the best advice I can give is take a class even if it's just a few days take a class when you're actually sparring with someone we'll have somebody put a hand on you so that you know what it feels like so that when it does happen yeah you're not in a state of shock all right now we must pause briefly here so stay with us I want to hear more about that line of reasoning from every pop Boris the.

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"helen georgia" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:51 min | 11 months ago

"helen georgia" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Application of an idea of self help these were men many of them as alcohol problems many of them who had had had problems with the law yet they got together in a communal setting almost like you see a cookbooks in Israel they were self sufficient came back with skills and we ended society and unfortunately too many people you get very selfish you'd rather than be in a walled prison with security guards then in its self sufficient farm area with a learning skills and where they can re enter society and not be a menace to you or a threat to you it's very short sighted you're you're right I don't know how you you wake people up let's go to Helen Georgia where Daddy is up tonight hi Daddy hi Dan this year you're a great American that's where you'd you'll from great state of Georgia down here but your accent is well as mine we both can tell we're not from the same place but you're a great American your your dental plan works doublethink Georgia has done some good things it takes infrastructure to get the folks there but some of some of these homeless that can't isolate themselves Georgia has taken a very large state park on the east side of Georgia and they're they're taking to the slopes where another set point of this thing you mentioned these guys you know hoarding of their new Yorkers the mayor and these guys are arguing between each other New York yes it's it's a great place in big city and all that but Albany Georgia which is the main from where I am in Georgia might as well be New York the Albany Georgia tiny little town right now is the guy supposedly the greatest cluster of.

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"helen georgia" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"helen georgia" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Morning show tomorrow starting at five now back to the best of the Jim Bohannon show what yes Dominic story in and life with arts editor at spectator USA and they were talking about the situation regarding Iran and David calls in from Creston Iowa hello David we did only talk to David did we not yes I didn't realize that he was still there sorry about that David let's go to our next caller which is Danny in Helen Georgia hello Daddy good evening and you guys ugh I've tried to study this area right ma'am what goes on in in the area but I'm just always had a question was but during the days of the Shah of Iran and and before was with Iran is a just a deer Maqrizi that was a great place to be here it just seems like that was the dividing line in in there there there was a period when there was a a freely elected the government in that Tehran prior to the Shah taking over in nineteen fifty three which had to a government that had been cozying up to the Soviet Union at the of the very depths of the Cold War so it was freely elected but there is that that that doesn't tell the entire story I don't think Domini green known of eight thousand three shows there on was very open in many ways but it was also quite strictly controlled by the security services in the wrong and the wealth in particular was not particularly well distributed in other words there was a a small and very westernized middle class and a great number of people who are outside that and who came into a deep the foot soldiers of the Iranian revolution as in the Turkey we've seen something similar its the from the countryside to people who are not getting the benefits of a bit of a deal with it with the west to have turned into the most confusing yeah stick supporters of the ballot interesting thoughts were coming up in a brave it doesn't move but I'll come back and we'll look at the economic aspects of what some see as a more religious phenomenon in a moment.

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"helen georgia" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"helen georgia" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Seven five seven five well I guess historian and life with our two great spectator USA and they were talking about the situation regarding Iran and David calls in from Creston Iowa hello David I want to we can only talk to David did we not yes I didn't realize that he was still there sorry about that David likes to go to our next caller which is Danny in Helen Georgia hello Daddy really ring you get and you guys are I've tried to study this area or a million more goes on in in the area but I'm just always had a question was booked during the days of the Shah of Iran and and before was with Iran is a just a dilemma Kristy that was a great place to be here it just seems like that was the dividing line in in there there there was a period when there was a a freely elected the government in that Tehran prior to the Shah taking over in nineteen fifty three which had to a government that had been cozying up to the Soviet Union at the of the very depths of the Cold War so it was freely elected but there is that that that doesn't tell the entire story I don't think Domini green known at eight thousand three each other on was very open in many ways to depose also quite strictly controlled by the security services in around and the wealth in particular was not particularly well distributed in other words there was a a small and very westernized middle class a great number of people who are outside that and who became into a deep the foot soldiers of the Iranian revolution as in the Turkey we've seen something similar its the from the countryside to people who are not getting the benefits of a bit of a deal with it with the west to have turned into the most confusing mastic supporters at the ballot interesting thoughts were coming up in a braided doesn't move but I'll come back and we'll look at the economic aspects of what some see as a more religious phenomenon in a moment your source for the accu weather forecast on newsradio KDKA it's Jamie progresses employee of the month to month in a row leave a message at the hi Jim hit me Jamie I just had a new idea for our song with the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what you want to pay Hey hearing from bone was what wine you say will be found coverage options to fit your budget then we just all the finger snaps will acquire goes he was coming after they've come at Jeff yes no maybe anyway see a practice tonight I got a new there so.

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"helen georgia" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"helen georgia" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Hard question we'll get our year in review and as we before so we turn to Daddy and Helen Georgia hello Danny or put another way hello Danny a well bred stand even though with that Sir that's all right we'll take a look at the next section of the stories to cover this year the college bribery scandal of got actors Lori Laughlin husband mostly well Gee a newly saying the donations were legit and that of the fans were hiding evidence award bribing anybody actress Felicity Huffman takes or lumps of pleads guilty serves eleven whole days of hard tennis and her daughter is not going to faster obligated column your thoughts about the any lessons that we have in fact learned have we from the bribery scandal you know now we've got Lori Laughlin you just said you know she she was really a you know a victim of this whole thing she was sure that they were going to help the university all she wants to find out where the money went and her daughter are her a livia J. scheduled back on the you know first wash one having you with your father you know if you look at these people you straight you know she what was it you too contributed five hundred thousand dollars did you really think it was going to go to the university honestly I have a lot more respect for Felicity Huffman who just take in your life yeah I yeah it is like you know I was just a I was walking down the street and half a million dollars flew out of my pocket and hit the right what was I to do budget head it's just silly and contemptible these people all belong in jail as a matter of fact why are we even paying attention to them you know that seems to me the kind of people who are driving people for whatever purpose you know they're just slugs they're just a normal criminal if you're fine on the street corner you know I I I tried one night I was trying to think when we're listening all as you know when I grew up in New York I was taught the difference between graft and honest graft and to me this is a graphic now playing simple library and and Jerry chan Coachella had a particularly J. Hey you know they they put people their kids heads on these bodies that could sway arms that consumer of sick for one you know they did they said they they trade them for the prompt for the task to be or or they have somebody else take the test you can't tell me that the very wealthy people didn't have a clue what was going on they were not Corsetti yeah yeah and I guess we we talk about this because of the fact of not of of lowlights will be low lifes and people with money will will try to use that money in bad ways but in the hopes that maybe this will be enough of a wake up call that the system can be jump started to not eliminate this in the future but at least make it a little harder do we do you think that that lesson has been learned I don't think so Jim I think maybe some colleges will be you know much more tuned to preventing this but you know when you when your dad wants to buy the college a new library you're going to get in it's not a question you're just going to give in and then you think about the kids that are unfairly not able to get in that have a clarification and they should get an order thank you know you've got way maybe got too many Asian watch your maybe you don't have enough was enough show you you're trying to fill these little tribunal boxes off when really they should be going for the best and the brightest to be able to help the country to be able to really make university in Shanghai I saw this my dad which used USC and I thought you a season of all the support one art well it it goodness knows we we we we try it I guess that's about all you can say look at this maybe we learned will try we hope that it won't be as bad next time but realistically sure people will find ways to do so we we speak of course especially I'm sure these people I don't know the politics of these people but but being Hollywood elite type you have to figure they're they're pretty leftist and they are a so we gallop Terry and accept the course of my kids and nothing there's nothing I won't ever my kids and everybody else should have this wonderful level playing field about my kids so well it's true I think that's exactly the attitude they have to use that data to they'll always have they're better than us Jim they're smarter they're more cultured and we do so it is Callum balls all at about the whole thing is that in the past we had the studio system back in the day there with these clauses where they were not supposed to do anything really to embarrass the studio supposed to be kind of you know pro America and then they became free agents for now yeah your life the epoch of the godfather chatter with the kind of like the bad boy became the big star so you get these guys like you know what region near it shows here that it was the Donald all those people that for some reason because they're actors believe the same no more than the American people and they look down on the people who buy the tickets you know I'm talking about this George burns you back in the day in nineteen eighty one I had the opportunity interview on any subject you're gonna do okay but don't forget the folks to buy the tickets and you know what those guys in the effort gotten the book why the ticket indeed well good luck to the Hoffman daughter as she is now going to Vassar of on her own there and stuff and then if he's not I don't want to know okay all right fair enough we'll go back and we'll continue our year in review with the bucket a column of the hard question and no bull radio Jed Babin.

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"helen georgia" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

07:42 min | 2 years ago

"helen georgia" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Two six just when you thought there could be possibly anymore delay in this entire cabinet process. Here comes a a quickie many investigation by the FBI one week one week only after he's already been through six much longer investigations FBI will not have a location to go on a date to go on for names to go on. But they're going to investigate. Danny and Helen Georgia joins us next. Hello, danny. Jammed. Thanks for taking my call. As a side note to my call normally when I think of jimbohannon, I don't think comedian you're now he was master flake as far as not being able to be a dogcatcher. It made me think in Arizona, and I thought yeah. Dogs are pretty scattered out in Arizona. I have to agree with you. As far as a green for me. He basically saved the whole system and everything he was very professional. But he he he told his heart. And, but he was also very very professional in in regards to, you know, her miss Ford as well. He he didn't disrespect her. But he he told it like it was in. And I hope you know, if it wasn't for him yesterday, a really would have been disappointed in the whole process. So. Actually agree with you. He was very good yesterday. He added a great deal to the discussion. And what he said the way he said it needed to be said, exactly, exactly. Yes. Daddy. Thank you for your. Appreciate it very much. We go to Cy in Akron, Ohio. Hello cy. Hi, jim. My concern is that he loves the story figures. Kevin kevin. With the sides of corporations over small businesses. Besides with wardens nearly all the time over prisoners. Sides with torture advocate. She helped Joe. With torture advocates. He's on the side of enhanced interrogation, which is not the same thing as torture because no permanent damage is done. So let's just get that one straight now. Anyway, you have you have policy differences with him. Let me ask you this since you brought it up, and that's not really what we're talking about. But you have significant policy differences with him. Do you feel that to all that has been dragged up is is worth it? Wouldn't it be better to fight this out on policy differences or judicial philosophy as opposed to all the rest of this or or or do you subscribe to the theory that any way to get him? We'll do. I think that we are the only nation in the world that allows lifetime tenure for unelected Justice is so we've never been a democracy. Well, I. Because not everything in this country in any free society is necessarily elected number one. Number two. I'm not sure about that that notion that no place else has has lifetime-tenured unelected judges. But even if even if they did, I don't make automatically a bad thing. Because it allows allows for a certain amount of judicial independence Ted in Jamestown, New York. Good evening and welcome. I jumped. Hi, I've got a question about this new investigation. In your opinion. Is it an actual fact planning no matter if they're stacks defiant or they can even find them. Is it an attempt to find new information? Or is it just a labor say, okay? That's that's done and over with Fletch. No, let's move on. Well, I suppose those who are in favor of this would say that we want to find out all that we can obviously in a week without knowing anywhere where to start or with whom you're not going to find out very much. So for the record. I'm sure that people are suggesting that that we should get a much much more out of this in terms of practicality, Ted, you're right on the money. It's just going through the motions to make a few people. Feel good Mark in Stowe Ohio joins us on the Bohannon show. Hello, Mark, JIMBO big fan. Here's Larry King days. Oh, thank you so much. I have two points to make in the form of questions. But I I'd like to agree with the previous caller about Lindsey Graham. I have gained a newfound respect for the man. And just say that he grew something. Okay. Points in the form of questions one. Why is it so clear the doctor Ford was a victim Alvin attack when she can't remember the name date place or how she got there or home and clear at all. It is not clear other than the fact that she she sounds very sincere when she describes the circumstances. It is by no means clear, you're quite correct. Number two. Why cannot or can't be sued for slander when this is all over. Never heard that brought up yet. Well, first of all the standards, for slander or libel are different for public figures and certainly bread Kevin. I was very much a public figure. So I I doubt that that anything she has said would reach that level. Plus, she is testifying under oath and as such. I I have a question. Why would a woman who comes forward and believe he's telling the truth wants to take a polygraph unless they're up lawyer who pays for her to it's both of their evidence for democratic case against cabinet. I think they made up the story with no corroboration. So they would need none. And they through the wrench in this nomination. I think it's a setup. I certainly couldn't sit back and just flat out say, you're not right. I I don't know that it is. I mean, I I have a tendency to give women who claim that they were were the victims of abuse benefit of the doubt when they victims. But they there is so much compelling evidence. To the contrary about this particular person allegedly abusing her there are serious questions that they're certainly as far as that goes. But it could I suppose be a setup from day. One goodness knows the Democrats have apparently treated her as a pod. If we are to believe again, I don't think she's Meryl Streep the did. She certainly looked very very genuinely shocked when told in front of the committee that. She'd been offered a chance to testify in private in California. And she acted like it was the first she knew about it. Now, there would be no benefit to her feigning. Ignorance there. It. It was a it looked as though the lawyers who have been quote employed to represent her are representing anything. But her there representing a political viewpoint aimed at getting judge Cavanaugh. And if in fact, they have to drag Dr Ford through the dirt to do that. Well, that's a small price to pay. That's what it sounds like to me..

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"helen georgia" Discussed on The 2180

The 2180

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"helen georgia" Discussed on The 2180

"In Atlanta. This is the twenty one eighty. My name is David Weinberg. I'm from Atlanta, Georgia, and my trail name is no dog. I started my hike. It was the spring of two thousand. So I started playing it guess fall of ninety nine. I divorced from my first wife in ninety eight. We'd been married for a year and a half. So you know, and I kind of sworn off women probably dated another one for a year, so I wasn't happy with my job that I was in and. I had a roommate who was really into hiking and one day. He's like menu and go for a hike, and I hadn't been hiking camping, like kid, you know, I'm like, yeah, man, it's go for hikes. Sure. And you know, we might have. I actually think we'd summited Springer from the, you know, the point nine miles from the four service road, and I thought it was pretty cool, and there's the plaque in the white blaze and I'm standing there thinking, man, you know if I follow these white blazes you know, he's telling me like, dude, you'll end up in Maine. I'm like, that's pretty cool. And then he gave me a book called as far as the I can see reflections of an appellation trail through hiker by guy named David Brill. I think it's from nineteen seventy eight. I finished that book in. I guess quickly and I've never been much of a reader, but I just couldn't put that book down his fabulous story of why that guy hiked. And you know, just a really entertaining read. And by the time I finished that book, I had already made up my mind. I was quitting my ecommerce IT job that I've been in for four years and I was going to hike to me and I started buying gear. My buddy was like, let's go, you wanna, you know, like you went out through hike with me and he's like, yeah, let's do it. You know, my roommate. And so you know, we're gathering as much gear as we can at that point in my life, I had never spent more than two consecutive nights in the woods. So I gather up a backpack and I get some boots fitted up at Neels gap. I probably spent two thousand dollars a year, and that's dollars of that at that time, which is probably four thousand dollars now, who knows? But so we went on. I remember we went on one shakedown hike. That's it. We did a an in and out maybe three miles. That's it. And then and that was that was all of my experience. Hiking before the day. I hit the approach trail at McCulloch, and I started the trail with a five year old. Beagle Nelson was my beagle and actually we started late. We started, may I, we plan on starting April first. My buddy didn't ever didn't start with me. He for some reason and I don't remember why he kept pushing his date back in back in back. I'm like, all right. Final, wait another day. Another day, another week or whatever it was and filing like, man, it's may. I, I gotta go. And so I left from Springer to Uniqlo gap is about sixty miles and that's the outside of Helen Georgia. And the launch break that we took. We'd meaning the dog in me before that break, he curled up at a tree and didn't wanna move. I was beat up man and and I was like, that's it. I'm done. I'm off the trail. I'm quitting right there. Unikely gap and I get down there. And so I remember trying to ride at unikely gap and it was a busy day. There was wasn't a cloud in the sky. So there was a ton of day hikers out and nobody would wanted to have a stinky hiker in their dog in their carbon. Nobody. I mean, I, they were my buddies other hikers that were, you know that I knew there getting rights getting rides into town, and they want any anybody with a pickup truck and and I'm like, screw it. I'm gonna hike, ten miles into town stupid. There's no way I was going to do that. So I start road walking with my dog and maybe I don't know. Maybe I made it three four miles before somebody with a pickup truck finally stopped and like dude hitting the truck. You know, finally got into Helen call. My brother, Mike man..

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"helen georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"helen georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM

"To dig a little deeper here we've got a second here on our top local story all the rain will redoing with it in the lake lanier watershed the army the corps of engineers has gone to twenty four hours a day water releases that's why they're telling people to stay out of the chattahoochee river flows just too dangerous but what about one of the busiest recreational lakes in the country lake lanier army corps of engineers spokesman tim raining is high but it's not gonna be i'll say is dangerous river conditions lake lanier if it's a ten seventy one and seventy two or ten seventy three the boating need to use the same kind of precautions you normally use yes to the the lake level is high the shorelines are going to be higher it's pretty much gonna affect you only if you're gonna pull up to some shorelines but at the same time if you're gonna go to linear and swim a lot of our designated beaches if not all of them will be underwater so there's not gonna be any nice sandy beach areas forty two to swim from just about line for right now got all that rain there also releasing water out of lake burton in the northeast georgia monza georgia power's doing that just about any lake in the northeast quarter georgia here is full to overflowing let to compensate for the next several days we'll folks in helen georgia the locals there say they have never seen the chattahoochee river so high or maybe in the last twenty years and they're still trying to get several roads back open including georgia highway seventy five wsb news time is five fourteen at northside hospital cancer institute when it comes to cancer hope is the balance of confidence and compassion hope is real tangible and a powerful in most importantly it's the people who worked here across georgia we built a community of care in a leap clinical team with more board certified medical oncologists than any other cancer care provider in the.

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"helen georgia" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"helen georgia" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Georgia this german festival and everybody's wearing masks and they're all creepy and weird as fog and so we see that man we built about like thirty or forty masks for them and we took some inspiration from that sequence definitely from the lateran for those listening helen georgia is in the mountains of north georgia and i don't know the history behind it but at some point somebody decided let's build they like austrian german alpine town yeah in north georgia and so it's it's a massive tourist trap but i grew up going there like crazy and just thought it was the coolest thing ever i still have yet to go there well really i've never been there and like even reading this group when they were telling me i was like is this real did they just make this up for this show but like raymond you could go and get you could get a handmade spindle top you could get some homemade fudge and very ironic oldtimey war photo of yourself all right i don't know if they still have that stuff they do knowing helen georgia yeah i can't pull out around there though camping's probably jam that was no no it's funny have on my notes the door the becomes a creature like to to so the end of the film it resolves itself very sweetly when in empowering way to jennifer connelly's character realizes that that the goblin king has no power over her right she has kind of solved all these in the true like he rose journey with the help of her buddies solved all these riddles almost in that in the final kind of c esque set yeah which was very cool looking at have no idea really how they did that actually i tell you i definitely encourage people to go and find the behind the scenes stuff on this but there's rigs that have david bowie that have a rod going up his back that has harnessed around his chest that is on a pivot that basically makes him be able to just rotate up so they did it shit in real like some of it some of it bill the wide shots where he is like you see him just like coming up and getting on those feet like that well it's crazy that's really cool.

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"helen georgia" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

KCMO Talk Radio

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"helen georgia" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

"But again given the hours of this program i know that we reach a disproportionately high level the people who probably have at least shall we say nontraditional sleep maybe in some cases even difficulties sleeping two danny who is an helen georgia hello danny ferry area in paragraphs throat hurt worker new yorker our area they're very probably w but what's that version of twinkle twinkled literal stars that might just most late but it was your word of uh watching that fellow deteriorate was a it made me think i worked for the same company for twelve thirteen years for shift or third shifts and i was fine for about six months they put me on second shift in albany my supervisor even asked me danny what is wrong with it just it uh no jetlag though jim never that would meet i know never had jetlag no really everybody that's always your producer kathy i said he probably bothered out a bunch of people because i've never made any by the head and said you know when they come from the east man i just can't do this now the folks said that i wonder about are the ones that say two weeks after the you know the time change and which is coming up from about wiring forward here yeah you're right in in some folks you know two weeks later ran or just tend to get adjusted you know it's only an hour so so anyway but deteriorate was a good way i you know i can't explain that second shift was not for me you seventy th the tip of marches the the date we sprint is that what nato yet it's sorts two weeks uh uh coming up yeah uh no i i just never have had a problem yeah there's an real ever i've never met anybody on their jetlag because it kills make your so so all right jim thank you yes sir appreciate your thoughts of the thank you very much for.

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"helen georgia" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"helen georgia" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"On your way all right away recount on your it listenership and colleague at one eight six six five oh jim jimbo one eight six six bible five four six two six but again given the hours of this program that we reach a disproportionately high level of people who probably have at least shall we say nontraditional sleep maybe in some cases even difficulties sleeping for danny who is an helen georgia hello danny ferry area earned like ukraine coach lou convene europe your car where area of your current fiveyear term but what's that version of twenty or twenty little stars that largest was late but it was your word of watching that fellow deteriorate a it made me think i i had worked for the same company for twelve thirteen years per shift or third shift and i was fine for six months really put me on second has an el me my supervisor even asked me danny what is wrong with it just it uh like those jim never that would know me personally i know never had jetlag no really everybody all of your producer cancer he probably barbara a bunch of people 'cause i've never made anybody ever had said you know or when they come from the east man i just can't do this now the folks that i wonder about are the ones that say two weeks after the you know the time change and which is coming up for about one word here yeah you're right in in some folks you know two weeks later ran or just can't get adjusted you know it's only an hour so so way but deteriorate was your good work i mean i can't explain that a second shift was not for me you me that the tipped as the marches the the date we need a year that it's all its two weeks uh coming up you know i i just never had a problem yeah there i've never met him on the jet lag because it kills many too so so all right jim thank you yes sir appreciate your thoughts of the thank you very much for.

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"helen georgia" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"helen georgia" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"One eight six six five oh jimbo down on helen georgia we find a danny up in about tonight hello daddy hey jimbo are yet michigan would want you to have a i'll i'll say this i like your i'd like your tone as far as all of the this this stuff coming yeah you know a lot of people uh speak of this stuff and you know it's doom and gloom i would love to sit around and talk to you about uh oh all kinds of stuff about one being taking a lump sum of my uh pension program last year which was a complete mistake but when but i'm gonna keep an upbeat tone to so i i just got a question for you and i'm sure i could pass jiem jiem as sharp attack in mind my my use but let me ask you this is the bad actually a governmental uh into or is it a private in well independent government of the i mean the the chairman of the fed in the fed board is appointed by the president so obvious like uh the new godrun powell was just took over in february and has to be approved by the senate is actually owned by the banks uh senators are banks around the country so it's kind of a quasi governmental but it's definitely come messele agency uh it's not control it has its own budgets as budget is not controlled by the congress so it's kind of independence posted the independent and make economic decisions not political decision you say it has its own budget where does the get its own money so it makes money by lending out to its banks its member banks it they give the money in it charges interest on it and so it's got its own budget it makes manning internally opted does it does it have does it make enough money it is it required if it makes a profit to kick them back into the general fund no i don't think so they keep it for themselves i thought they probably did all right very good okay thanks very much uh and certainly appreciate your very kind words they're a danny thank you very much uh.

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"helen georgia" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"helen georgia" Discussed on WLOB

"Our perspective of attacks after all on our our most precious commodity our future generations of francs the polar our guest on the bohannon show daddy calls in from helen georgia hello daddy hello jim i love talking to you on your show but aid these conversation though i've got a couple of points first you know our hearts go out to the families and and goodness you know all that stuff it's that's so sad but a couple of points in game one being that my daughter actually is a high school teacher but uh already i've heard on the radio and had just had to turn it off a politician i didn't get his name but there are already throwing gun control uh ththe it's the day and age you your uh my daughter is a high school teacher uh in north georgia a very safe community but you just reported that supposedly this area was what uh of now says the safest community in florida or something that is correct uh it had been so described as the safest community in florida that that has gripped eh nick be armed by uh daughters granddaddy at christmas bomber or a firearm uh asked for uh my own safety not she's ready she absolutely would not take a gun into in the school w if it was against the law and it is but they are going to hack to arm themselves it's the nature of the beast and uh if you have if it it it it's not going to stop this but if it's h one why if it saves one life out of those seven thing you know that would be your what you're saying danny and thank you for that uh for for the record i know certainly a nancy pelosi has has already brought up the gun control issue and that certainly she will not be alone are franks the polar we will hear.

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"helen georgia" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"helen georgia" Discussed on WCHS

"Having me this evening absolutely we do appreciate your presence on the program your thoughts about the the coverage that you have witnessed so far unfortunately now we all pretty much have this down to a drill in terms of what we do and going to continuous coverage and who to talk to the witnesses of the experts that are brought into this sort of thing it's a it's almost a routine anymore it seems as tragic as that is well in grubby backed the columbine almost twenty years ago gm and in the thing i thought about today was uh that was such a huge story as this one is and i'll tell you why i think this one is bigger obviously than the rest but it's something now that happens with so much frequency that even news people treated as hip uh it's a daily occurrence it isn't but i've looked at the numbers it say weekly occurrence we've got six school shootings since the beginning of this year two hundred ninety since 2013 and that's about one a week it seems to me that as as news people and has as americans we become desensitized to all of this and i think that's unfortunate if there's not a great loss of life and jim you know this this story probably falls into the eighth or ninth slot in a newscast and i think that's that's trouble it is is very troubling what people to to absorb aas we autism phone calls here absorb what franks the polar just said let's say that there'd been a shooting are one person had been killed and three wounded okay this we would have taken it in stride they would have been of course a huge story in miami but for the rest of the country would have been in other news and that that is a sad thing we we must not lose our our sense of outrage in our perspective of attacks after all on our our most precious commodity our future generations of francs opole our guest on the bohannon show daddy calls in from helen georgia hello daddy.

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"helen georgia" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"helen georgia" Discussed on KOIL

"Because they would have on the jim bohannon show one eight six six five oh jimbo have the i suppose that it's civil early motivations to a colleague do a talk show and the writing a letter to the editor of results are are are probably different in many cases of the real winner wing process much stronger is certainly in terms of uh getting published in the paper them the getting on the air data's in helen georgia good evening dead hit evening beyond the america merrill lynch's degrading when you have you ever written a letter to their leader of only done at one time but it they just it changed my life i was always didn't printing business from day one out of high school i started putting pudding paper in the end of them chained eventually in became oppress women and and made a good living but always wanted to you know i knew i could be in management always wanted you don't just getting can you a change but the company i've bore war in atlanta for like 10 twelve years they just they kept me in the plant well i moved up near like lake lanier and does the commute to atlanta was killing me uh the city of games real up here pat an offer from the worlds of world's secondlargest printer world colour back then and uh they wanted to build a i state of the art huge plant in polk county up here they daily galle did was in the paper constantly and finally uh the city of gains a little said yes to old impress a world color and all old impress world keller said no and it it just in puree ed me yeah so i wrote a letter do that her editor about you know what's going on in you're not in the the past food industry or the poultry business you talked about a job in game two let's go so we'll georgia's probably the uh the uh the.

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"helen georgia" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"helen georgia" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Today with us on the jim bohannon show one eight six six five owed jimbo and the i suppose that its civil or the abode ovation's to a calling to a talk show and the writing a letter to the editor of results are are are probably differed in many cases as a real winnowing process much stronger it certainly in terms of getting published in the paper them the getting on the air data's in helen georgia good evening dan hitting evening beyond the america merrill lynch's degrading when you're you're a sayed have you ever written a letter to their editor of only done it warn time but it it just it changed my life i was always been printing business from day one out of high school assorted couldn't putting paper in the end of them chained eventually in became oppress women and and made a good living but always wanted to you know i knew i could be in management always wanted you know just kidding kidding you up to train but the company i've i've bore war in atlanta for like 10 12 years they just they kept me in the plant well i moved up near like lake lanier and the the commute to atlanta was killing me uh the city of games real up here had an offer from the world's over world's second largest printer world colour back then and uh they wanted to build a i stateoftheart huge plant in ho can only up here they deal with a guy like that was in the paper constantly and finally uh the city of gains a little said yes to old impress a world colour and alden press world keller said no and they've made it just infuriated me yeah so i wrote a letter do that her editor about you know what's going on and you're not in the the past food industry or the poultry business you talked by the job in game two good nameless widow george is probably the uh the uh the.

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