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"hiram" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

The Dave Ryan Show

04:23 min | Last month

"hiram" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

"We are digging through the archives calls and Jensen. One wants a day that I haven't heard in twenty five years. She'll say. Do you remember doing this one is it's funny, and there's some on there that had like re dated references to Paul, Abdul and Colin Sam, goody, and things like that. This is where he calls a toys R. US, and he's checking to see whether they have certain toys because he wants to buy one for his son. Hiram Junior. So we'll do that. Play commercials I know. Let's just do it now because we could play a song right now, but it might be better to do this. Okay, then let's do it right now. Remember, this is twenty five year old humor, and so there are things in there that we would not do today, but I warn you, it's it's PG. It's nine. Thirteen and here's. Thank you for calling toys and kids. We are open today from nine am until ten PM. Your call is important to us. and. They give her calling speaking. How May I help you? Who's this is Chris? You my name is high. Hi Hi. I'm calling because you know the holiday. Season's almost he and my little boy Hiram Junior. He's been asking for certain toys. And before I came down there. I want to check in. Call you and see if see if you've got these in stock. To speak to someone on the floor. They can help you okay. What you're okay I'm sorry, thank you. Mary and Why Dick's? Around will. Go. Her. Toys R. US. Yeah out on the floor right now. Yeah, yeah, I got a question for you. My little boy hiram junior he's. He's six years old I. was see if you've got certain toys for. I drove down there whether you got them in stock or not. That I'm going to have to spell it for you because he's sitting right here and I don't know whether the you know I don't want to let him know what I'm asking for. Is that okay? What is your name? Have you got a pencil or something? Right some of these down? Ready, okay, you gotTA. L. I t. e.. R. I T.. He. Elaborate Yeah Right? You aren't the. Of, the regular on just a regular ones fine. You got one of them. Oh. You do have one good, okay. Do you have a Deanne S it? A, in D S P I N. You got one of those okay good. Do you have? Here's one that he's been asking for a N. L.. A. D. S. aright. Can you. Can You Sonya Yeah? L. B., A. D. S.. I didn't I didn't even know how to pronounce that one. Do you know what that is? What! We don't tell them you don't sell that. Must be something new. You don't have that. You got. Here's what he wrote down the ASS for. Do you want to do? You got a K. Y. J. E. L. L. Y.. Y Name is Hiram. This gifts for my little boy Hiram Junior for Christmas. He gets. You could buy that at department. Stars Department, I started. Walmart Cambridge think they got the Ky. J. E.. L. L. Y. Kmart. Here's another one he asked for. He asked for a An S write this down. S U K.. E.. E. L. M.. Oh. You got one of them over there. Associates my dealer though. Is that right so. Down there a little while then. The last one that he asked for I gotta written down here. It's called the. It's called an F. A.. R. T.. H. O. L. E.? You. Know. Do you have a do? Use H. E.. B. A. G.. Okay well, be down there while maybe pick him up. The IT Rita or something like that. Thanks for your help now. Okay, bye!.

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How to Hire Incredible Designers for Cheap | Ep.

Marketing School

04:34 min | 3 months ago

How to Hire Incredible Designers for Cheap | Ep.

"Or super committed to your success online. We've worked with them. To a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream. Host DOT COM slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm meal today we're GonNa talk about how you can hire incredible designers for cheap so when you need your design work done where do you go. I really like looking at portfolios on dribble. That's D. R. I. B. B. B. L. E. DOT COM and beheads dot com. Those are the two portfolios sites. I like to start with and yeah. That's where I go initially and I just reach out to the people I say. Hey really like your work. We'll have a conversation will be like what are your prices and then go from there and what do too is once. I see a couple portfolios. I like also follow them on instagram. Just to see what else they're posting and if I really liked their aesthetic because the thing with designers is you're not gonna change aesthetic so either like it or you don't. It's very subjective. Yeah the other thing that I like doing too is when I'm on dribble I don't use be hands as much I'm on dribble. I ended up looking all the designers that are in countries where there's a huge difference in arbitraging currency versus the US. D- because if I can find someone and a region where the cost of living is much lower I contend to design worked on for pennies on. The Dollar. Does work really well with me? I also found ten people from ninety nine designs because you can enter a contest. And if you're not happy you don't have to pay that much. Believe it or not. I found a good amount of people from up work as well over the years. Yeah I think upward works well because what you can do is you can basically filter actually put up a job post yesterday on brought to you can filter on success rate. So you know how people are writing them. I like filtering on how much money they've made too. So I can see a certain level of success. Ideally over ten thousand dollars or something like that. But yeah what Neil saying is I think the biggest thing is doubling down on. Neil's point is if I hire someone in a third world country for example or sometimes you can even higher. There's really good designers we're talking about in Venezuela right and you can basically hire them full time and they'll give incredible work. They know how to work with you so I think in this case when I think about designers and developers these are two types the two types of roles when there's more by the way but the types of roles where you can hire someone remote and just let them do their thing and leave them alone and then pay them a good wage based on where they're living. The other thing too is when you hire designers and you WanNa do things on pretty affordable rate. Do everything per project basis. I think it's really silly when people try to hire them. Full time or monthly retainers. Do A per project. You'll get your work quicker. It's way cheaper than if you try just paying on a regular or per hour you get a deliverable you pay they don't give you deliverable they don't get paid and I found that to work extremely well. Yeah I would say on that note contract to full-time so like a part time type of thing. Ideally again you're paying them per I would say if Neil hasn't double down on already but paying per project I like more than paying per hour. 'cause it's like hey you're going to give me these things by the end of two weeks or by the end of the month. We'll pay you on that and then we'll come up with another project and we'll give you that too and then if it looks like it's really going well and then you can try to negotiate something where you're actually paying less than you would for multiple projects per month for full-time type of thing. And they get more security in exchange than you negotiate that deal but I would say you start you look for the static set you like first and then you go to the upwards to be hands as the dribbles of the world start there. I think if you really like what you're seeing from dribble this is not exactly cheap but they do have talent program where they will give you access to inventory that they have and you know you'll be able to find designers that you typically wouldn't see and I was actually pleasantly surprised by their back end. Yeah so in general with designed to when you're hiring someone even if you find someone who's super cheap you'll end wasting a lot of money in many cases because even if you hiram just because their password examples are great doesn't mean the working samples for you are going to be amazing Like it so. What would recommend two things? One test them out on a very tiny cheap project at the beginning. So that way you get a taste of their work related to your own project and to make sure you have very clear descriptions of what you're looking for and show visual aesthetics of other sites and other designs that you like so that way they get a much better feel and if that designer has similar types of work the chances are they're going to a decent job if

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Disgraced politician Hiram Monserrate plots latest comeback

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 8 months ago

Disgraced politician Hiram Monserrate plots latest comeback

"Former state senator Hiram Monserrat he is trying to make a political comeback again this is not exactly the ringing endorsement a political candidate wants to hear it's horrible that was mayor to blasier's reaction when he heard former state senator Hiram Muncy Ron is running for office again this time for state assembly but in addition to his political record month Serrano also also has has a a criminal criminal record record convicted convicted on on federal federal corruption corruption charges charges ever ever by by only only assaulting assaulting his his girlfriend girlfriend Alex Alex cheek cheek of of corona corona queens queens thinks thinks might might Suraj Suraj should should just just sit sit out just focus on self organize family a continues to be absolutely unrepentant and yell doesn't learn the lesson that sometimes it's best to just get out of the way Jerry it's Friday at ten ten wins in corona queens

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"hiram" Discussed on Everyday Tech

Everyday Tech

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"hiram" Discussed on Everyday Tech

"Now, I promised we will go to Oxford and speak to Hiram. Good morning Iram. Thanks for calling shell do you have a question or comment? I have question actually three questions and just waiting in real simple. I believe the first one is how do you compress files or anything on there and the other one should I keep my external hard drive connected at all times. And the next one is is the cloud putting stuff in the cloud safe. And what can I put in the cloud? Thank you. Good questions. Very good. Well on the first one when it comes to compressing files. I don't know where Jeremy's out on this. I'm honestly, not a very big fan of that's an option with with windows, and I also presume in MAC as well. But I have seen just a ton of problems out of that really compressing vows can be as simple as just right clicking it and selecting the properties and saying compressed, but I've I've never seen that really be. Effective. The real thing is that it's convenient it allows you to bundle up a whole bunch of stuff and downloaded as one big chunk rather than a bunch of individual files. So to answer your question, how to compress files Wease program called seven zip you can Google that. And you can go download it. It's real small simple program. And then you can right. Click like wilt said on whichever folders you want and you can click add to archive, and it will allow you to take those files and combine them together. Yeah. System compressing. Okay. All right. If if you right, click in windows after you, install seven zip you'll actually see an option and the dropdown menu says seven up, and then you can add to archive or extract files or whatever you would like to do. When it comes to your external drive. I don't recommend keeping a connected at all times. Because those external drives they typically have cheaper hard drives inside of them. And eventually that drive is going to give out while the more load. You put that under the more you wear out the physical hardware inside of it. The more likely it is to kill over on you one other thing, I wanna say when we're talking about external drives is a lot of people like think because it's so small and easy to carry around with them that they could just throw it in a backpack in keep their files on it. That's a really good way to lose your data. So I don't recommend keeping it plugged up. All the time, and I don't recommend carrying it with you unless it's in a safe padded case or something and you could ensure that it's not gonna get jostled or messed up your third question is the cloud safe for the most part. Yes. As we've been talking about on the show, all the cloud accounts, all the really legit. Winds are protected by two factor authentication as well. Which means you have to get. Code in order to log in not just have your password. And what can you put in the cloud? You can put anything you want depending on which cloud service. You're using for example, if it's dropbox dropbox doesn't have any limitation as to the types of files that you can upload dropbox. Neither does Google Drive..

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"hiram" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

16:13 min | 1 year ago

"hiram" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Welcome back. Lisa LeBron as you indicated earlier your husband carry Ross born had dug up the the name the real name of the Sundance kid. I wanted to break that story, and you guys did a lot of genealogical work to sort of fill in the blank since. Then we were in your book. I think I remember this correctly, you write that at the time of the San Vicente shootout or two guys were killed and people were led to believe that it was Butch and Sundance that Butch was already. I think back in the US that Sundance was still down there at the two of them were separated. And I guess that they were separated for years, and it was years before they got back together. That's correct. Finance kind of went away. He he became a soldier fourteen in different arenas around the world and different things and his life. He came. A religious person and a follower and on my hand. I get what. And so he he went under the assumed name of heaven BB in his letter life. Our latter days of his life, and that's the name that he died under Kerry was able to discover that and and verify that with his and that is from his sister that he had written sister savannah as well as he had been convicted under that name in California and served time under that name. He was the first person to discover that and he interviewed the doctor did the autopsy on hyphen Thebe aka Sundance kid, and he was able to match every wound on the body to every known moon that. The Sundance kid had received his lifetime bullet wound cetera. Is there any chance to have done a DNA comparison who say the long about family there is if there's any remains left beat is is buried at the Salt Lake City cemetery. Eastern, the Salt Lake capital. And until I say tot, of course. And if there was any remains left and any of the members of the family or long about family were willing to get DNA DNA tests could be done, but you, but you you believe and you write in the book that eventually Sundance and Butch did reunite in the US years later. We believe that they did. But we don't believe that they stay together. Sundance definitely went his own way on direction. And so did Butch. That. I'm sorry. They remain in contact. And it is it's I remember this correctly Hiram BB. He died in prison. At the state prison. And as we said that he had died under that assumed alias that. He had taken on that. He is a record of him in California having termed ended that time and and having to his sister, savannah under that alias. And do you have, you know, we went through the whole long list of some at least some of the key witnesses who said that Bush came back, you have similar statements that Sundance came back or is it a less substantive defer that to carry his, okay? Right. They're they're quite a few instances. Lisa pointed out, he did write a letter to is from prison to his sister in Pennsylvania to elicit funds for his defense. His sister put him in touch with their cousin who's a lawyer turning a member of the place family, his mother's Harry long about his mother's family. So the fact that Hiram BB had direct connections to long about his family is very evident the western writer Harry Sinclair, Greg. Believed so strongly that iron BB was the real Sundance kid that he came to Utah state prison and interviewed Hiram BB and had proposed to book based on his story, which which never never got off the ground apparently. And so there are many many instances it indicate he was saying. It must be sad. Knowing all cases. It's almost impossible to prove anything substantial. I know you have Jerry Nikko coming up later, and I know Jerry and his his version of who Harry long abayas, maybe valid it's my own. But in my opinion, Hiram BB was has the evidence certainly indicates that he was the real Harry long about. Sentenced to prison in San Quentin. He gave the same birth date and birthplace Aaron long. And so there's ample evidence. Let's talk about at a place for a couple of minutes. You mentioned the name place. Just a moment ago is being in the long about family. Elsewhere. Do we do you know, what her real name is? I know that in in books that I've read that that the names of the Bassett girls. I don't I can't remember if it's an Josie. There is a physical similarity that and they they both knew Butch Cassidy pretty well. And maybe Sundance was one of them or do you have somebody else in mind, and what became of her? Well, there there is a theory. The Dan it may have been at a place, but it's it's a confused theory because Butch in and Bassett where leverage for many years, and in fact had a daughter, and so it was easy to jump to the conclusion that say they may have been the same. But. There's no evidence to indicate that bash. It was really edit play at a place. I've been able to trace your story with some confidence because she wrote her own autobiography public her own autobiography in nineteen twenty eight under an assumed name and in she tells a complete account of her life. And. Whereas uses many aliases of the people that she deals with and such as as most of them did because they thought maybe members of the game might still be alive. There's just a strong indication that she was an English. Yeah. Her name was Laura Etta capital. There's a there's a group right now who again me on the theory that her name was really Ethel because that name has been found in peakerton records think we're new story, actually. Wrong and most of their conclusion. She was in fact, the illegitimate daughter. George capital who was. The sound of the an illegitimate son of the Earl of Essex. So she had very strong ties to the English nobility. This is proven also. In insurance papers that she left with her daughter, and she signs the insurance papers as Laura Etta. And so we know that that that was her given name and also carry has a book almost completed my has a real Etta place. He only has to finish about the last four to six chapters, and he will be ready to go to print while you're going to have to let me know when that's happened. Because you know, if you're going to go to if you're going to look up at a at a places grave. I wanna hear about it. I'm trying to get into that. Do they have kids? Do you think? Bush did have children that at somewhere out. There is a is a descendant of Butch same for Sundance. Kerry. I think there are several Bush was known to had at least three different families. He had a daughter by Bassett who is known as Florence Parker. Blasi Parker in some cases. He was known to have had a Mexican wife and children. And he was also according to a letter he wrote to Matt Warner. He was married with daughters in California. And as for Harry longer, Bah. Not sure about decendants of Harry. But except in one case he had a daughter named Betty. She went by the name of Betty Weaver. She operated her own Bank robbing gang in the midwest in the nineteen thirties serve determine prison and married when she got out and her husband was a very good friend of mine for many years after her death. He contacted me and gave me the family papers. And and such that she hadn't destroyed. She burned almost everything in the fire shortly before debt, but the afforded me copies of all the papers and such. The evidence is overwhelming. Had some interesting a callers, I don't think we're gonna have time to take them. But they they passed along some information one of the caller said his great grandfather was a jockey for Butch Cassidy that Cassidy at one point had a string of racehorses in California. And the name is mentioned Justice, Lorenzo hatch. Does that ring true for you Kerry, does that ring a bell? The hatch family has long been connected with Butch. Wow. That caller if you want to send an Email it to to to the barons. And maybe you want to be in touch. Another caller says his great-grandfather harbored Butch and the wild bunch at his ranch took money from bushes and for food and cattle you found spent showcases a cabin where they supposedly stayed in bear valley Utah and found gold under the floorboards is that strike ring a bell. I'm not quite familiar with that. I've heard a myriad of stories. Many of which can be traced to be true Butch was very very popular among the ranchers in in the entire region, and he often stayed with them he often purchased horses from. Most of the ranchers along the way. Would tacking tobacco Ken on their fence post, which we'd ride in on tired horse after a Bank robbery and take one of the horses. From the rancher steeled leave is tired horse in the field. And but a twenty dollar Bill in the tobacco. Can I heard that story told over and over by different families, so many times that there has to be a ring of truth to it? And the idea of treasure left behind. I remember in reading about the William Philip stuff that he was going around supposedly looking for buried treasure trying to find gold that had been left behind you. Hear those stories in a lot of the the books campsites where where Butch and Sundance may have hidden or hit out for for weeks at a time and robbers rooster that area people go there searching for gold. Do you think there's gold out there somewhere? There may be bitch and pieces, but in all honesty, I don't think they left much in the ground. There's there's one story of them having buried loot under fence posts in butcher's uncle's ranch at leads Brigham Young McMullan. He's uncool and they buried part of their loot under different fence spoke. And when they were riding through the region, they would often stop there and retrieve it. In about nineteen forty five or so little before that. Hiring BB came to lead and dug up the last of the fence post, which are due confirms that he knew what was there. That's a that's a sad ending in a sense him dying in prison. After I think Lisa you said he found religion. But he ended up in prison. Anyway. He did he he killed the sheriff down in southern Utah. And he was caught and put in prison, and when things about him as he didn't want his like sense, and he didn't want his haircut, and once they cut his hair and long locks of hair, and he went just down from there. And he. We just didn't wanna live anymore. Harry. Why do we still care about Butch and Sundance? What is it about those characters that that sorta still captivates our attention so many years later? I think probably primarily for most people. It's a mystery. Who are they why did they do what they did? With with others like researchers. I think it's trying to prove that where they died, but the real names where research you'd like to go into great detail. The general public. I think it's just the mystery surrounds them they were captivating characters very unique even in western history. And I think everyone hopes they got away, and you know, for me, I'm you think about it. Our daily lives are tracked every single day right on camera. We're tracked by our emails are social media etcetera. Back. Then you could be anybody anyone and do anything and they did. And they got away with it. I guess today. The version is you can be anybody. But it means in the digital sense. It's online it's supposed to. In real life. That's true. But in a way, you can still be tracked online. For both of you. The story goes on though, as you know, as Carrie indicated, he's still working on something a project about Anna. So I know in this book, you say once this is done I'm done with it. But I mean, it's hard to let go hasn't it? It is for me because I've been steeped in it all. I sort of grew up with Butch so to speak. He was just a household word, and it's hard for me to put it away. Mostly I backed away from all of it. Because the the new breed of research out there are very throat and they're not interested in history. They're interested in defamation and destroying the reputation of those who disagree with them..

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"hiram" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

17:32 min | 1 year ago

"hiram" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Welcome back. Lisa LeBron as you indicated earlier your husband carry Ross born had dug up the the name the real name of the Sundance kid. I wanted to break that story, and you guys done a lot of genealogical work to sort of fill in the blank since. Then we were in your book. I think I remember this correctly, you write that at the time of the San Vicente shootout or two guys were killed and people were led to believe that it was Butch and Sundance that Butch was already. I think back in the US that Sundance was still down there at the two of them were separated at an I guess that they were separated for years that it was years before they got back together. Yes. That's correct. Finance kind of went away. He became a soldier of fortune in different arenas around the world and different things and life became an event. A religious person and a follower and a on Omar. Cayenne, I get what. And so he he went into the assumed name of hive and BB in his letter life or ladder days of his life. And that's the name that he died under Kerry was able to discover that. And and verify that with his. That is from his sister that he had written sister savannah as well as he had been convicted under that name in California and served time under that name. He was the first person to discover that and he interviewed the doctor the topsy on. I haven't Phoebe Cade Sundance kid, and he was able to match every wound on the body to every known wound that the Sundance kid had received throughout his lifetime bullet wound cetera. Is there any chance to have done a DNA comparison to say the long ball family family? Yes, there is if there's any remains left hyphen BBS is buried at the Salt Lake City cemetery. Eastern, the Salt Lake capital. And until I say, of course, and if there was any remains left and any of the members of the family or long about family, we're willing. And they give you nee Dini tests could be done, but you, but you you believe and you write in the book that eventually Sundance and Butch did reunite in the US years later. We believe that they did. But we don't leave the face state together for Vanessa definitely went his own on direction and so much. Sorry. They remain in contact. Is it's I remember this correctly Hiram BB. He died in prison. He died at the state prison. And as you said that he had died under that assumed alias that he had taken on. But he is a record of him in California having ended that time and and having his sister, savannah under that alias. And do you have, you know, we went through the whole long list of some at least some of the key witnesses who said that Bush came back you have similar statements that Sundance came back or is it a less substantive defer that to carry his. Right. They're they're quite a few instances, Lisa pointed out. He did write a letter to is that from prison to his history in Pennsylvania to elicit funds for his defense. His sister put him in touch with their cousin who's a lawyer turning a memory of the place family, his mother's Harry long about his mother's family. So the fact that Hiram BB had direct connections to long about his family is very evident the western writer, Harry Sinclair Griego believed so strongly that iron BB was the real Sundance kid that he came to Utah state prison and interviewed Hiram BB and had proposed to book based on his story, which which never never got off the ground apparently. And so there there are many many instances that indicate he was saying. Must be said though, in all cases. It's it's almost impossible to prove anything substantial. I know you have Jerry Nikko coming up later, and I know Jerry and his his version of who Harry long abayas, maybe as valid as my own. But in my opinion, Hiram BB was has the evidence certainly indicates that he was the real Harry long. Since the prison in San Quentin. He gave the same birth date. And birthplace. Lonzo ball. And so there's ample evidence. Let's talk about at a place for a couple of minutes. You mentioned the the name place. Just a moment ago is being in the long about family. Elsewhere. Do we do you know, what her real name is? I know that in in books that I've read that that the names of the Bassett girls. I don't I can't remember if it's Andrew Josey other is a physical similarity that and they they both knew Butch Cassidy pretty well. And maybe Sundance wasn't one of them or do you have somebody else in mind, and what became of her? Well, there there is a theory. The Dan Bassett may have been at a place, but it's it's a confused theory because much in and Bassett where lovers for many years, and in fact had a daughter, and so it would need to jump to the conclusion that saying they may have been the same. But. There's no evidence to indicate that end Bassett was really edit play. At a place. I've been able to trace her story with some confidence because she wrote her own autobiography public her own autobiography in nineteen twenty eight under an assumed name and in Cheetos a complete account of her life. And whereas uses many aliases of the people that she deals with and such as as most of them did because they thought maybe members of the gang might still be alive. There's a strong indication that she was an English. Yeah. Her name was Laura Etta capital. There's a there's a group right now who are jumping on the theory that her name was really Ethel because that name has been pounding Pinkerton records. Were new story asleep. Wrong and most of their conclusion. She was in fact, the illegitimate daughter of George capital who was. This is an illegitimate son of the Earl of Essex. So he had very strong ties to the English nobility. This is proven also. In insurance papers that she left with her daughter, and she signs the insurance papers as Laura Etta. And so we know that that was her given name and also carry has a book almost completed my. On has a real Etta place. He only has to finish about the last four to six chapters, and he'll be ready to go to print while you're going to have to let me know when that's happening has, you know, if you're going to go to if you're going to look at a at a places grave, I want to hear about it. I'm trying to get into do that. Do they have kids? Do you think Butch did have children that that somewhere out? There is a is a descendant of Butch same for Sundance. Kerry. I think there are several Bush was known to have had at least three different families. He had a daughter by and Bassett who is known as Florence Parker. Blasi Parker in some cases. He was known to have had a Mexican wife and children. And he was also according to a letter he wrote to Matt Warner. He was also married with daughters in California. And as for Harry long. Not sure about descendants of Harry, but. Except in one case. He had a daughter named Betty. She went with the name of Betty Weaver. She operated her own Bank robbing gang in the midwest in the nineteen thirties serve determine prison and married when she got out and her husband was a very good friend of mine for many years after her death. He contacted me and gave me the family papers. And and such that she hadn't destroyed. She burned almost everything in the fire shortly before that, but he forwarded me copies of all the papers and such. The evidence is overwhelming. Had some interesting a callers, I don't think we're gonna have time to take them. But they they pass along some information. One of the caller said his great grandfather was a jockey for Butch Cassidy that Cassidy at one point had a string of racehorses in California. And the name is mentioned Justice, Lorenzo hatch. Does that ring true for you Kerry, does that ring a bell? The hatch family has long been connected with Butch. Wow. That caller if you want to send an Email, I'll forward it to to to the Barnes. And maybe you want to be in touch. Another caller says his great-grandfather harbored Butch and the wild bunch at his ranch took money from Bush's hand for food and cattle he found a spent showcases in a cabin where they supposedly stayed in bear valley Utah and found gold under the floorboards. Does that strike ring a bell? I'm not quite familiar with that. I've heard a myriad of stories. Many of which can be traced to be true Butch was very very popular among the ranchers and in the entire region, and he often stayed with them he often purchased horses from. Most of the ranchers along the way. Would tacking tobacco can understand post much. We'd ride in on a hired horse after a Bank robbery and take one of the horses from their answer. Sealed. Leave his tired horse in the field. And but a twenty dollar Bill in the tobacco. Can I heard that story told over and over by different families, so many times that there has to be a ring of truth to it? And the idea of treasure left behind. I remember in reading about the William Phillips stuff that he was going around supposedly looking for very treasure trying to find gold that have been left behind you. Hear those stories and a lot of the the books campsites where where Butch and Sundance may have hidden. Hit out for for weeks at a time and robbers roaster that area people go there searching for for gold. Do you think there's gold out there somewhere? There may be bitching peaches, but in all honesty, I don't think they left in the ground. There's there's one story of them having buried loot under fence posts in butcher's uncle ranch at Leeds Brigham Young McMullan, he's and they buried part of their loot under different fence spoke. And when they were riding through the region, they would often stop there and retrieve it. In about nineteen forty five or so little before that. Hiring BB came to lead and dug up the last of the fence post, which confirms that says he knew what was there. That's a that's a sad ending in a sense him dying in prison. After I think Lisa you said he found religion. But he ended up in prison. Anyway. He did he killed the sheriff down in southern Utah. And he was caught and put in prison, and when of the things about him as he didn't want his like sense, and he didn't want his care haircut. And once they cut his hair and long locks of hair. He went just down from there. And he. We just didn't wanna live anymore. Harry. Why do we still care about Butch and Sundance? What is it about those characters that that sorta still captivates our attention so many years later? I think probably primarily for most people. It's the mystery. Who are they why did they do what they did? With with others like researchers. I think it's trying to prove. Where they died what the real names where research you'd like to go into great detail general public. I think it's just the mystery surrounds them they were captivating characters very unique even in western history. And I think everyone hopes they got away, and you know, for me, I'm you think about it. Our daily lives are track every single day. We're on camera. We're tracked by our Email. Our social media et cetera. That's then you could be anybody anyone and do anything and they did. And they got away with it. I guess today. The version is you can be anybody. But it means in the digital sense. It's online it's supposed to. In real life. That's true. But in a way, you can still be trapped online. For both of you. The story goes on though, as you know as Carrie indicated, he's still working on something a project about ETA. So I know in this book, you say once this is done I'm done with it. But I mean, it's hard to let go, isn't it? It is for me because I've been steeped in it all my life. I sort of grew up with Butch so to speak. He was just a household word, and it's hard for me to put it away. Mostly I backed away from all of it because the new research out there aren't very cut throat, and they're not interested in history. They're interested in defamation and destroying the reputation of those who disagree with them. And so forth. I don't wanna be a party to that. And so I I may not publish much in western history as I intended because of that. But it certainly in no way diminishes me, my interest and enthusiasm. Let's like you said you mentioned about Jerry nickel. Who's our our next guest? He has a different take on Sundance than you. Do what you can still be unfriendly, terms and agree to disagree without getting nasty. I agree, Jerry. And I have learned a lot from each other that we've been able to share that information. We don't have to agree. Belong many many years ago to a to a group. The older researchers who we formed a little thing called a western historical research associates. We used to share information back and forth. If somebody needed something for an article, they were doing one of the other knew about it we contributed. We didn't have to agree with with their use of it or their beliefs, but we contributed and and we supported them I missed that in in research these days because now people withdraw from research because they're afraid of being assaulted in at and elsewhere, I can relate to that.

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"hiram" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

16:14 min | 1 year ago

"hiram" Discussed on KGO 810

"Welcome back. Lisa LeBron as you indicated earlier your husband carry Ross and had dug up the the name the real name of the Sundance kid. I wanted to break that story, and you guys don't a lot of genealogical work disorder fill in the blank since. Then we'd in your book. I think I remember this correctly, you write that at the time of the San Vicente shootout or two guys were killed and people were led to believe that it was Butch and Sundance that Bush was already I think back in the US that Sundance was still down there that the two of them were separated at an I guess that they were separated for years, and it was years before they got back together. That's correct. Finance kind of went his own way. He he became a soldier of fortune in different arenas around the world and different things and life. He became. And a religious person and a follower, and Omar Cayenne, I get less, and so he he went under the assumed name of heaven BB and his letter life latter days of his life, and that's the name that he died under Kerry was able to discover that. And verify that with his that is from. His sister that he had written during sister savannah as well as he had been convicted under that name in California and served time under that name. He was the first person to discover that and he interviewed the doctor. The autopsy on Ivan BB aka Sundance kid, and he was able to match every wound on the body to every known wound that the kid had received throughout his lifetime bullet wound cetera. Is there any chance to to have done a DNA comparison who say the long about family family, there is if there's any remains left? Hi BBS is buried at the Salt Lake City cemetery. Eastern, the Salt Lake capital and pity tot, of course, and if there was any remains left and any of the members of the family or long about family were willing to give you a DNA tests could be done. But you you you believe and you write in the book that eventually Sundance and Butch did reunite in the US years later. We believe that they did. But we don't leave face state together. Sundance is definitely went his own on direction. And so did Butch that. I'm sorry. They remain in contact. And it is it's I remember this correctly Hiram BB. He died in prison. At the state prison. And as we said that he had died under that assumes alias that he had taken on. But he has a record of him in California having served under that time, and and having to his sister, savannah under that ATS. Do you have you know, we went through the whole long list of some at least some of the key witnesses who said that Butch came back. You have similar statements that Sundance came back or is it a less substantive defer that to carry. Right there there. They're quite a few instances as a lease pointed out. He did write a letter to is from prison to his sister in Pennsylvania to elicit funds for his defense. His sister put him in touch with their cousins. Who's a lawyer turning member of the place family, his mother's Harry long about his mother's family. So the fact that Hiram BB had direct connections to long buys family is very evident the western writer, Harry Sinclair, Greg believed so strongly that Iram BB was the real Sundance kid that he came to Utah state prison and interviewed Hiram BB and had proposed to do a book based on his story, which which never never got off the ground apparently. And so there are many many instances it indicate he was saying. It must be said though, in all cases. It's it's almost impossible to prove anything substantial. I know you have Jerry Nikko coming up later, and I know Jerry and his his version of who Harry long abayas, maybe as valid as my own. But in my opinion, Hiram BB was has the evidence certainly indicates that he was the real Harry, Lonzo ball. Since the prison in San Quentin. He gave the same birthdate and birthplace is Aaron long. And so there's ample evidence. Let's talk about at a place for a couple of minutes. You mentioned the name place. Just a moment ago is being in the long about family. Elsewhere. Do we do you know, what her real name is? I know that in in books that I've read that that the names of the Bassett girls. I don't can't remember if it's an or Josie there is a physical similarity that and they they both knew Butch Cassidy pretty well when maybe Sundance was one of them or do you have somebody else in mind, and what became of her? Well, there there is a theory. The Dan Bassett may have been at a place, but it's it's a confused theory because Butch and ambassad where lovers for many years, and in fact had a daughter, and so it would need to jump to the conclusion that saying they may have been the same that. There's no evidence to indicate the ends bash. It was really edit play. At a place. I've been able to trace your story with some confidence because she wrote her own autobiography published her own autobiography in nineteen twenty eight under an assumed name. And in it. She tells a complete account of her life. And. Whereas uses many aliases of the people that she deals with and such as is most of them did because they thought maybe members of the game might still be alive. There's just a strong indication that she was an English. Yeah. Her name was Laura Etta capital. There's a there's a group right now who are jumping on the theory that her name was really apple because that name has been found in peakerton records. Peter Dench, where news story asleep. Wrong and most of their conclusion. She was in fact, the illegitimate daughter. George capital who was. The sound of the new legitimate son of the Earl of Essex. So he had very strong ties to the English nobility. This is proven also. In insurance papers that she left with her daughter, and she signs the insurance papers as Laura Etta. And so we know that that that was her given name and also carry has a book, I can almost completed my script has a real Etta place. He only has to finish about the last four to six chapters, and it will be ready to go to print while you're going to have to let me know when that's happening because you know, if you're going to go to if you're going to look up at a at a places grave, I want to hear about it. I'm trying to get into that. Do they have kids? Do you think Butch did have children that that somewhere out? There is a is a descendant of Butch same for Sundance. Kerry. I think there are several Bush was known to have had at least three different families. He had a daughter by and Bassett who is known as Florence Parker. Blasi Parker in some cases. He was known to have had a Mexican wife and children. And he was also according to a letter he wrote to Matt Warner. He was also married with daughters in California. And as for Harry long. Not sure about decendants of Harry, but uh? Except in one case. He had a daughter named Betty. She went by the name of Betty Weaver. She operated her own Bank robbing gang in the midwest in the nineteen thirties. Served determine prison and married when she got out and her husband, let's say very good friend of mine for many years after her death. He contacted me and gave me the family papers and insects that she hadn't destroyed. She burned almost everything in the fire shortly before debt that he afforded me copies of all the papers and such. The evidence is overwhelming. Had some interesting a callers, I don't think we're gonna have time to take them. But they they passed along some information one of the caller said his great grandfather was a jockey for Butch Cassidy that Cassidy at one point had a string of racehorses in California. And the name is mentioned Justice, Lorenzo hatch. Does that ring? True for you Kerry, does that ring a bell. It does the hatch family has long been connected with Butch. Wow. That caller if you want to send an Email, I'll forward it to to the Bornes, and maybe you want to be in touch. Another caller says his great-grandfather harbored Butch and the wild bunch at his ranch took money from Bush's hand for food and cattle he found the spent showcases in a cabin where they supposedly stayed in bear valley Utah and found gold under the floorboards. Does that strike ring a bell? I'm not quite familiar with that. I've heard a myriad of stories. Many of which can be traced to be true Butch was very very popular among the ranchers in in the entire region, and he often stayed with them he often purchased horses from. Most of the ranchers along the way. Would tack tobacco Ken on their fans post which would ride in on a tired horse after a Bank robbery and take one of the horses? From the rancher steel leave his tired horse in field, and but a twenty dollar Bill in the tobacco. Can I heard that story told over and over by different families, so many times that there has to be a ring of truth to it? And the idea of treasure left behind. I remember in reading about the William Phillips stuff that he was going around supposedly looking for buried treasure trying to find gold that had been left behind you. Hear those stories and a lot of the books campsites where where Butch and Sundance may have hidden or hit out for for weeks at a time and robbers rooster that area people go there searching for gold. Do you think there's gold out there somewhere? There may be bits and pieces, but in all honesty, I don't think they left matching the ground. There's there's one indicated story of them having buried loot under fence posts in butcher's uncle's ranch at Leeds Brigham Young McMullen who was he's any buried part of their loot under different fence vote. And when they were riding through the region, they would asking stop there and retrieve it. In about. Nineteen forty five or so little before that. Hiring BB came to lead in dug up the last of the fence post, which do confirms that he knew what was there. That's a that's a sad ending in a sense him dying in prison. After I think Lisa you said, he fell religion. But he ended up in prison. Anyway. He did he he killed his sheriff down in southern Utah. And he was caught and put in prison and one of the things about him as he didn't want is like sense, and he didn't want his haircut, and once they cut his hair and long locks of hair. He went just down from there. And he. We just didn't wanna live anymore. Harry. Why do we still care about Butch and Sundance? What is it about those characters that that sorta still captivates our attention so many years later? I think probably primarily for most people. It's the mystery. Who are they why did they do what they did? With with others like researchers. I think it's trying to prove that. Where they died what the real names were research you'd like to go into great detail from the general public. I think it's just the mystery surrounds them they were captivating characters very unique even in western history. And I think everyone hopes they got away, and you know, for me, I'm you think about it. Our daily lives are tracked every single day run camera were tracked by our emails are social media et cetera. Back then you could be anybody anyone and do anything and they did. And they got away with it. I guess today version is you can be anybody. But it means an in the digital sense. It's online supposed to. In real life. That's true. But in a way, you can still be trapped online. For both of you. The story goes on as you know, as Carrie indicated, he's still working on something a project about ETA. So I know in this book, you say once this is done I'm done with it. But I mean, it's hard to let go, isn't it? It is for me because I've been steeped in it all in my life. I grew up with Butch so to speak. He was just a household word, and it's hard for me to put it away. Mostly. I backed away from all of it. Because the new breed researcher out there are very cutthroat. And they're not interested in history. They're interested in defamation and destroying the reputation of those who disagree with them..

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Kelly Ripa joining Riverdale as Hiram Lodge's mistress

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Kelly Ripa joining Riverdale as Hiram Lodge's mistress

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But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

03:09 min | 2 years ago

Fire Can Be Different Colors

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"hiram" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"hiram" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Riverdale You. Watch. That That's that's my rap version of the question was almost like millennial x. games we, spin the wheel boop boop. Boop words coming I, checked out, Riverdale checked out Pray about six episodes Cool? Did you like it what? Is what is it is it a? Sifi kind, of thing you know it's based on. The the. Archie comics. That's right that's right I hear season two was even better than season one that had season to head Mark. Consumers, joining, the cast well funny you should say that His? Twenty one, year old son Michael earn has also. Just been. Cast really. Got another actor in the family all yes he's going to NYU right now but he just has been cast. As, here, I'm launch as young I'm lodge here much here lodge three say that name here who are. We, to, correct that I mean that's a, try room heireann heireann spelled h. i. r. a. m. Hiram hot Breath feels like a hero Shoot me. If you making that along I write you would need an e To make it because they call that a bossy, e let's look it up they call it a bossy e because. The like here's a bossy you in. The name higher in the, word higher this summit kindergarten teacher. Teaches the children, it's rather light bulb lights which he how it's. Really, crappy it's a Monday. And my brain is. Is truly running on fumes I I'm having some issues here's how it's. Abbassi if I understand correctly in the word higher the is at the end and, if the e is at the. End and it makes, the other vowel say its name it. Bosses at around so you say higher No I don't understand. So the bossy e Hold on a second The e In, the words staple since it ends with any that e is going to make the other, vowel say it's icy because this. Is silent The state Where we add on hear him I don't I don't even know how to spell the h. i. r., a. m. Hi from this word doesn't exist Hi Hiram.

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"hiram" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"hiram" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"And moved from new york their original place to ohio and then they were chased from ohio to missouri but the eighteen thirty eight mormon war in missouri happened which landed joseph smith in jail and that put brigham young in a rare position to be a leading force organizing the third mormon exodus exodus from missouri to illinois so as soon as joseph smith is behind bars brigham young the opportunists hey you know this is a great chance and opportunity to maneuver into a place of power and authority greater power authority correct exactly so brigham young at this time was essentially the president of the core of the twelve apostles and to give a little background the mormon leadership and hierarchy was essentially set up similar to the united states government where they had the profit than president of the church with his closest advisers and then they had the core of the twelve apostles and the high council in these three dif bodies essentially made up the power structure and when any one of them was removed the power would default back to the other bodies until they could reorganize who was removed or who died or who was a positive excommunicated or whatever the case may be so brigham young was head of the core of the twelve apostles this governing body who took over power while joseph smith was locked in jail with his brother hiram smith for arson robbery and high treason against the union sketchy dude charges robbery arson and what and high treason against the union and this is this goes to the eighteen thirty eight mormon war in missouri there's there's this is a huge huge topic but essentially the mormons they committed a war atrocities against the state of missouri and their militias and they were they eventually the the mormon headquarters in far west was surrounded by about twenty five hundred militiamen and.

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"hiram" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"hiram" Discussed on The CyberWire

"I'm sure you're familiar with it it's a big marketing term obviously but you know these are these are platforms that are are meant to eliminate the need for signature based av with the expectation that you can get out ahead of threats which is fantastic it's proven to be very successful it's an arduous process that requires massive amounts of samples correctly labelled but at the end of the day it still a byproduct of the data sees so even if it generalizes very well and can pick up on on little nuances here and there it's still very prone to attack and with things like virus total where you can kinda submit a sample and then see a broad spectrum vendors and how they respond to the sample you submit there's been research and myself and hiram anderson teamed up with uva to to do this very thing which is could you use a kind of against a is this possible and we set up kind of this this game the could be thought of is like it a when you were in college you tried to sneak into a bar you showed up the first time and you wore hat in your like this hat makes me look older you try to in the bouncer was like no no no no that's that's not gonna work and then you're like you know what i bet if i grew up beard a little bit that would help right go back again it's like better but but no.

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"hiram" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"hiram" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hiram bingham expedition how much of a sense did you get what it might be like for him well one thing to pick up on what johann was talking about that we have to appreciate about bingham's expedition in one thousand nine eleven is that this was really difficult country to get around in and one example of that is there's a site across the valley from modu pitcher called the octa potter and bingham made his way over there in nineteen twelve i believe the year after he found mark up win and mapped it out and i'm not sure anybody saw that thing again for about ninety years until johan himself went over there in the early two thousands while working on his sacred center theory so this you know this is really tough country to get around in so bingham gets too much up chew in nineteen eleven and as michael himself pointed out earlier buildings are so well built because it's a seismic area that the site was completely overgrown the buildings we see in the you know sort of classic macho pichu instagram shot these days some of those buildings had mature trees growing on top of them went bingham got there in nineteen eleven but the site itself was not much worse for wear even though there were three families up their farming because the buildings were so well made and if you look at these photos of what bingham saw in one thousand nine eleven you can almost just see it's almost like a pal obsessed it's it's like there's this jungle written over this beautiful original artifact and it really does take sort of a a careful archaeologists i and someone very ambitious like bingham to see what the potential of the site is i by no means was the discoverer of pat on the other side of the ridge i did find some ruins above it that's true i'll okay credit should go to credit i'm trying to get johann the credit he deserves for for hoping around in this incredibly difficult country because i think that's one thing that that people forget about being because he he was you know he was sort of a playboy he married money he had a job at yale you know he was well funded by the national geographic society and on his second and third expeditions but you know he was climbing these mountains.

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"hiram" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"hiram" Discussed on WLOB

"Hundred point five and newstalk thirteen ten am with your local w l o b update at the bottom of the hour it's wednesday april twenty fifth forecast rain today with highs in the upper forties here's what's happening the main state police bomb squad detonated a suspicious item found on the side of a road and water borough on monday that turned out to be a bottle full of us syringes a person driving on the eight hundred block of main street called deputies to report finding a needle and bottle wrapped in duct tape on the shoulder of the road and feared it may have been some sort of harmful homemade device deputies were unable to distinguish what was in the wrapped bottle and contacted the main state police bomb squad the bomb squad detonated the item and found the bottle contained used syringes and cavs the water barrel fire department was on hand to assist with hazardous cleanup and all items were properly dispose police in lisbon have identified the body of a sixty one year old woman found in a pond over the weekend police say carol poured of lisbon accidentally drowned a property owner along potter road and lisbon spotted lords vehicle on the private property around six pm on sunday and then found her dead in a small pond police say at this point in time pending any new information the case will be closed a young girl from hiram middle school made a unique invention and now she has a chance to train at nasa olivia marian says she made a hat that heats up by using solar power she says during the frigid winter season the hat can be used by construction workers or the homeless mary had made it to the top ten in the optimist prime spinoff promotion and research challenge which is put on by nasa if she wins she gets to train and learn from nasa engineers and scientists for two.

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"hiram" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"hiram" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Twenty five minutes after the hour welcome back to arkansas fairways greens we hope you survived the storm last night university of central arkansas evacuated carmichael hall that's an all female freshman dorm and fortunately there were no injuries they took all the girls out of carmichael and took him over to the student union over there in conway authorities in mountain home evacuated the hiram shattuck's geriatric center after it received some storm damage the nursing home is licensed for eightyone beds and they moved all of those patients out of their melody daniel the public information officer for adam the arkansas department of emergency management said a gas line ruptured at that center in baxter county at least three different buildings were evacuated their energy reports five thousand outages across the state as as of eleven thirty last night i would imagine a lot of that has been repaired we certainly hope so and in mountain berg a seventy one year old gentleman said he heard the tornado is forecast to hit and took refuge in his bathroom started praying and made it through god is good he said so we're so thankful that no one in the state of arkansas was was killed by the terrible weather we had yesterday now we're gonna talk a little bit about the lpga and china's gonna catch me up on what's happening there where they play in charlie choline a golf club bob it's a lot championship and brooke henderson's your leader right now at minus nine mo martin the lone american within.

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"hiram" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"hiram" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I which still say that if he was ever made available i wouldn't hesitate to hiram to find out and if he failed somewhere else and got exposed then we know but for now joe i'm about you i look at it was one of the best coaches in a league i have to be guys like i don't know what the numbers orbit these way over five hundred division titles he's wanted aries bid to two super bowl z one warne i mean come on i look he's very here's the negatives onto atomic but hurry cocky he's a very kinda they get hurt them i think it hurt them in his game i didn't it has hurt him in certain gained solina jaguar game at the cockiness of tom with that said i liked the way he coaches from the aspect that you know he he's he's play to win there's no not sensitive that was his answer for the onsite and i understand even always the wall move i felt it was told we could clearly a wrong move hey this is how we play will play to win this game of gold for the onsite kick now and that's you want a coach with that kind of mentality no i agree i mean he's not perfect i think bill bella check is number one and then there's your drop when you get to number sure sure when you look at resumes you can argue with this resume his worst season i'm looking at is wreck nine and seventy eight nate what would eight eight eight years in 2012 in 2013 really but outside of that here it is ten insects twelve and four nine and seven twelve and four twelve and four eight eight eight eight eleven in five ten and six eleven in five in third our team in how many division titles out i see one two three four six six levin use super bowl champion six the i mean how the audit it's ought not that.

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"hiram" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"hiram" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Pedophile overwhelming evidence that he's a pedophile gets often technicality do you then hiram as your babysitter no you don't he is innocent in the court of law only that doesn't mean you have to advocate your common sense so again this is not a border wall circumstances in which i already noted there is a statute of limitations so even if it were a a court of law circumstance lead women of long ago given up their their chance at at a court action because it's been too long to weigh anyway thanks for alcohol rig you're going you would would go right ahead no taliban claims that we retain a see as a republican that's all well i have a new angry i i consider the circumstances on fortune up there are different degrees of unfortunate and i agree there's only one way that seat will be retained by the republicans in that is if reut more with its and i would add incidentally given all that he's been through he's about the last person in america to mess around with young girls at this stage of his life to doc in wilmington delaware hello doc hello mr bohannon thank you so much for taking my call at this late stage though the evening and although tribe is reversed like can you an aplus me greatly your comments about the election until vote from his shook for president trump when you said on your show on live radio that you chard to think about mrs clinton's nominees for the supreme court i could agree with you more and um i agree with president trump most of what he's done so far i probably will vote for.

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"hiram" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"hiram" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Singh gill fled higher of of a fire how would you know about hiram raw a pretty was in the movie you've heard here's in a movie well his character will i care at least dry sprig was in the movie god leg the quarters here in the character of uh higher as high monroe next yes i'm in raw but the the type of roth we're talking about and actually what we should do is just just mentioned the basics again of a roth sometimes you know we we assume everybody knows what a roth ira does most of our viewers and listeners probably do but the deal is professor aplomb i if i am you know i opened up a roth ira my first one i put let's say i'm young i put fifty five hundred dollars into that roth ira it goes in no tax deduction for i've earned the money after tax by the aftertax tax money 'cause i make at least fifty five hundred dollars in my job or whatever and so i put it into a roth ira right now if i let that roth ira sit there for five years once i turn aged fifty nine and a half i can take that money out the growth the earnings on that money taxfree right there's basically three time periods for sections of an ira i raised been around even longer the ronald reagan i i raised with first created back in 1979 four well limits were significantly less than they are now but they've been around for a long time and we have the traditional ira and they were tax deductible now they were tax deductible for a while and then and eighty six if you made to much money they put limits on who could make it the deck shen for the contribution they made to an ira and.

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"hiram" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"hiram" Discussed on KOMO

"The masai sheehan she spent the last decade in the us army crew save american go to jaeger inslee and merit murray were also part of that event happy birthday also to the busiest locks in the us one hundred years ago yesterday the ballard locks opened for business the army corps of engineers celebrated the anniversary we heard from the greatgranddaughter of hiram chinden in charge of that project a project to mark the occasion people saw fly over from two boeing fighter planes a crane was built a nineteen seventeen still in use today and build owls with the us army corps of engineers is this isn't just stay like you would see on a normal crane today they have cranks and handles that turned things from nineteen seven team the electronc system is original the nineteenth seventeen it's pretty amazing did two decades to plan and build the locks but according to a letter that was sent to them governor ernest lister it took less than three weeks to plan to celebration dubbed one of the largest the state has ever seen authorities had ordered idaho hunting a black bear preached lake that attack the sixty year old woman it or two dogs calls frank lenzi idaho depart an efficient game spokesman phil cooper says the attack happened about nine o'clock tuesday morning on a trail near the priestly visitor's center that's on the southwest corner of the legs happened to be in the wrong place garang time he does kxly the woman was walking on a trail when that large black bear appeared in the bear apparently was frightened by her presence and the bear reacted by charging at her and knocking her down the bear bitter on their heads side and abdomen cooper says the woman called relatives they got their about a half an hour later than had a yell to scare the bear away the woman and her dogs are expected to survive frank lenzi komo news sugar forty six years but a spokewoman finally met her father as calls ride cover report it's all it took was a local nonprofit at a dna test when kim win move to spokane in 2011 she was helped by a group known as amerasians without borders the group's goal to provide free dna testing to amerasians living in vietnam in an effort to reunite them with their american birth father's who were they are fighting a war kim finally got a match to a.

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"hiram" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"hiram" Discussed on WRVA

"Fair and balanced still looking at the possibility for stray shower thunderstorm but even that will come to an embassy partly cloudy fall back to the low 70s we'll finish out the weekend mostly sunny slight chance for showers and thunderstorms at a high 92 grease i'm jaffe no from the weather channel on one six one fm tall paul selig my against and he is the author of the book of truth which is the last of the channel text there's more to come this is the second of a trilogy it is being channelled through paul's guides and it just never question paul is this something that anyone can do do you teach how to to bring information through through from guides or other realms iron open really knew to be a channel um i think you know it took way of working i think my guide would prefer that people move into their own knowing mccotter cognition might do and we all have that capacity access hiram cremation tour knowing um coddling in it'd be uh some of the skill so they don't keep people how to child but they do teach people how to really act in a line to their own higher knowing um i think that's one of the teaching all their work so it it could just be simply a matter of raising ones vibrational frequency in order to tap into their higher self says probably a better way to do it uh huh you know i think that's one of the ways to do what i think he uttered ways to move beyond the idea of what you're allowed to access so you know if i think that i can only access information in obvious ways on knocked mclaren to rely on my intuitive cowls or the crew so that knows so some of it really about agreement amend moving into an energetic record with what you claim so i know if i am in mind knowing i can operate from matt place the guy.

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"hiram" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"hiram" Discussed on KGO 810

"Any any significance to that number you know honestly there's not when i i picked up the book i killed three hundred eighty seven because it sounded really don king and the actual number turned out to be even more daunting fell there too okay so here's i will do this i'm just going to throw out some some some umbrellas some areas and you give me some of the tips in the book that would help millennials in terms of these areas when it comes to adulting okay sure thing okay all right let's start with a common one in that is moving back in with parents okay so this is going to be a really have been arielle for young parents but also whoever is moving and and i think you know that we all have to do well there are are not look our parents a kind of a relationship with our parents right because you know my parents now and the growing up with you know look hiram and savings and a mortgage but they remember when i was a baby who would have suffocated under the weight of my own who had you know that's always going to be i'm always gonna be thinking i'm so it's really on you to show them that you are a growing up independent protein that can you so much tougher when you're relying on them so i think it's really good i an the prevention is with healthcare here when you go in talk about what the end date talk about what the ankle if it shouldn't be okay we're gonna i'm going to live here until we think there's something else out uh it i mean don't hear ethnic month until you're looking for a job in acfield if i can't fight at that point why treat them like roommate.

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