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"john erikson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:37 min | 6 months ago

"john erikson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"One oh five point nine FM recently I spent time with a group of young people who are hearing impaired and deaf this is John Erikson tada and I'd like to pass on some tips on how you can reach out to people who are deaf first talk directly to the deaf person and not to the sign language interpreter second if a deaf person speaks and you don't understand don't pretend that you know what he said instead ask him to repeat his statements Corp right it down third be careful not to cover your face many deaf friends rely partially on lip reading in order to understand what you're saying also don't talk too fast he shouldn't even if it takes a while to converse and lastly don't yell sometimes people even yell at those of us in wheelchairs M. that can be embarrassing but most importantly don't back away don't be shy these are just some stuff and get tips for you and there's more at disability campaign dot work I really like Amy Evers I still and I can totally see myself with Abigail while while while Abigail Averell in Amy sounds like you've got a big choice on your hands I don't know what to do they're all great Amy is pretty but I'm not sure she's my style Averell is thirty I like thirty but I can see Abigail sticking around for a long long time so which one you're going to choose why not all three all three sure I do have three bedrooms way these are bags aren't day of course Amy Averell and Abigail are three of our most popular fabric bags at penny mustard fabric bags you don't surface to grab.

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"john erikson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:40 min | 6 months ago

"john erikson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"They danced and chanted burned incense and marched in the name of unity activist Laura Ramirez in San Diego were critical of the mayor for closing off downtown leaving them to fend for themselves they said and of the police and they said look the other way as some Latinos said to be gang members attacked black people here into the into the west street from the from the police yeah right there were moments when they said they were black brown and white peacefully marching on twenty sixth street in little village Mike Krauser newsradio one oh five point nine FM Jaitley BBM news time eleven thirty six recently I spent time with a group of young people who are hearing impaired and deaf this is John Erikson tada and I'd like to pass on some tips on how you can reach out to people who are deaf first talk directly to the deaf person and not to the sign language interpreter second if a deaf person speaks and you don't understand don't pretend that you know what he said instead ask him to repeat his statement port right it down third be careful not to cover your face many deaf friends rely partially on lip reading in order to understand what you're saying also don't talk too fast he shouldn't even if it takes a while to converse and lastly don't yell sometimes people even yell at those of us in wheelchairs M..

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"john erikson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:07 min | 6 months ago

"john erikson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Nine FM children's cancer research fund we believe a world child cancer is possible but it takes all of us and whether it's developing a groundbreaking treatment or helping a girl realise her dream everyone has a role in a child's cancer journey just as researcher Brendan Moriarty about his latest breakthrough genetic biomarker treatment children's cancer research fund is a great organization they provide funding to really dig deep into the research and make more progress we were able to star in a clinical trial that's led by Emmeline greenguard the hope is that these types of therapies are gonna be more effective and a lot better tolerated a lot more safe for the nation's people ask me how I keep a smile on my face it's easy when you have so many great people that take care of you and support you find out how you can be a part of the child's cancer journey and a part of the care children's cancer dot org a public service message from children's cancer research fund recently I spent time with a group of young people who are hearing impaired and deaf this is John Erikson tada and I'd like to pass on some tips on how you can reach out to people who are deaf first talk directly to the deaf person and not to the sign language interpreter second if a deaf person speaks and you don't understand don't pretend that you know what he said instead ask him to repeat his statements court right it down third be careful not to cover your face many deaf friends rely partially on lip reading in order to understand what you're saying also don't talk too fast he shouldn't even if it takes a while to converse and lastly don't yell sometimes people even yell at those of us in wheelchairs M. that can be embarrassing but most importantly don't back away don't be shy these are just some stuff and get tips for you and there's more at disability campaign dot org WBBM news time ten twenty six a northwest suburb is kicking off its new outside dining.

"john erikson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

07:50 min | 6 months ago

"john erikson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Forced to learn how you can be the force behind the forces recently I spent time with a group of young people who are hearing impaired and deaf this is John Erikson tada and I'd like to pass on some tips on how you can reach out to people who are deaf first talk directly to the deaf person and not to the sign language interpreter second if a deaf person speaks and you don't understand don't pretend that you know what he said instead ask him to repeat his statement four right it down third be careful not to cover your face many deaf friends rely partially on lip reading in order to understand what you're saying also don't talk too fast he shouldn't even if it takes a while to converse and lastly don't yell sometimes people even yell at those of us in wheelchairs M. that can be embarrassing but most importantly don't back away don't be shy these are just some stuff and get tips for you and there's more at disability campaign dot work WBBM news time eleven forty two as unrest spreads across the nation Joe Biden has spoken out CBS political commentator and Kiefer reports speaking outside his home state of Delaware for the first time since March former vice president Joe Biden today invoked the final words of George Floyd K. breeze I thank him for his but it is spoken with Floyd's family and is making plans to attend his funeral according to a family attorney with the nation reeling over his death bite in season opening the country's crying out for leadership and he's looking to reset a campaign grounded by the corona virus meanwhile voters and navigated curfews and health concerns in the slate of primary contest but I tested the nation's ability to host elections amid dueling crises with no real competition Biden and president trump easily won their respective primaries in Indiana Rhode Island Maryland New Mexico and the night's biggest prize Pennsylvania and all nine states and the district of Columbia or holding elections today in Washington DC rocked by protests voters reported waiting hours in line to cast their ballots a Reuters poll says a majority of Americans to sympathize with nationwide protests over the death of George Floyd and disapprove of president trump's response to the unrest the survey conducted yesterday and today found sixty four percent of American adults saying they were sympathetic to people who are out protesting while twenty seven percent say they were not and nine percent were unsure Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau says Canadians are watching what's unfolding in the US we all watch in horror and consternation what's going on in the United States it is a time to pull people together but it is the time to listen is the time to learn what injustices continue despite progress over years and decades Trudeau paused for an extended period of time when asked about president trump and the use of tear gas against protesters to clear the way for a photo opportunity Condell is long been careful not to criticize trump is Canada relies on the U. S. for seventy five percent of its exports Trudeau struggle to come up with the right words when asked about the president calling for military action against protesters and the use of tear gas for that photo op trending stories on WBFF in a state of the city address heard live here on W. B. B. M. A. R. Lightfoot deceiving promised reforms to the Chicago police department within ninety days Lyford gave the speech as cargo is been rocked by protests looting and violence and the corona virus pandemic may also said the city is creating a ten million dollar fund for businesses that have been targeted in recent days they are also announced lake shore drive is going to re open in the morning though some exits will remain closed CTA service will also return at five AM but some stops the will stay closed and some downtown bridges will be re opening as well the city wide curfew remains in effect tropical storm Cristobal has formed in the southern Gulf of Mexico threatens to bring deadly flooding to parts of southern Mexico and Central America WBBM news time eleven forty six time for sports here is Dave Kerner NFL reportedly telling their teams that they cannot conduct training camps at out of town or out of state sites but at their home practice sites no this order will not be an issue for the bears they were set to conduct this year's training camp at Halas hall in any event the bears had ended their arrangement with Olivet Nazarene in Bourbon a last year amateur draft in baseball coming up next week it's going to be far from normal the white Sox perspective now from W. B. B. M.'s right correct the pandemic ended seasons stop training and send everyone to their home offices and yet somehow if you're going to have a new draft had like the white Sox two and Mike surely maybe this was the time to have one maybe I was more give you the most people during my fall and summer work the we felt like we prepared extremely well heading into the spring and so in a lot of ways we didn't get what we needed but we are prepared to make five rounds and is different having five rounds but well we don't really get about the structurally says distracted heavy in pitching especially at the college level the white Sox hold the eleventh pick in round one Rick Greg news radio one of five point nine FM basketball mourning the death of another great hall of Famer Wes Unseld has passed away at the age of seventy four following a battle with pneumonia Unseld let the Washington franchise to the only NBA title nineteen seventy eight he was the finals MVP went to the university of Louisville in nineteen sixty nine he was named the NBA's rookie of the year and the M. V. P. something only done previously by wilt chamberlain with sports on your home of the bears Dave Kerner newsradio seven eighty one oh five point nine FM Japanese EVM eleven forty eight we'll see about traffic now you'll see a radio also good news to share starting after one a little over an hour from now all the exits and entrance ramps for the Kennedy the Eisenhower the Stevenson and the Dan Ryan will begin to re open but for right now everything is blocked in the downtown area looking at the bishop Ford freeway ramps two hundred fifty ninth and simply are blocked on lake shore drive if you're going north on your block at the Stevenson you can only go to the outbound Stevenson for now I'm the only toll ways of Reagan all exit ramps into Aurora close between orchard and yell and the northwest Indiana no exits available for torrents and cal you met as they remain blocked but again after one tomorrow morning and just a little while for now all the ramps exits and entrances for the cavity the Eisenhower the Stevenson and the Dan Ryan will begin to re open your next traffic reporter eleven fifty eight newsradio seven eighty.

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"john erikson" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:34 min | 9 months ago

"john erikson" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Drinking this program is giving me the good life the only got life I've ever known Alcoholics Anonymous it works look this up check your phone book newspaper or AA dot org recently I spent time with a group of young people who are hearing impaired and deaf this is John Erikson tada and I'd like to pass on some tips on how you can reach out to people who are deaf first talk directly to the deaf person and not to the sign language interpreter second if a deaf person speaks and you don't understand don't pretend that you know what he said instead ask him to repeat his statements court right it down third be careful not to cover your face many deaf friends rely partially on lip reading in order to understand what you're saying also don't talk too fast he shouldn't even if it takes a while to converse and lastly don't yell sometimes people even yell at those of us in wheelchairs M. that can be embarrassing but most importantly don't back away don't be shy these are just some stuff and get tips for you and there's more at disability campaign dot org the thought of my sons growing up without me inspired me to quit smoking I talked to my doctors and then I threw away all my cigarettes ashtrays and lighters I started exercising instead of smoking getting support from friends online kept me on track stay away from alcohol when I was first quitting whiskey instead of smoking after eight I get up and take a walk and is having a cigarette in my hand so why hold ten Armstrong anything until I knew I wouldn't give into temptation I spent more time with my friends who didn't smoke I went to places that were smoke free I didn't stay quit the very first time I tried I kept on trying and I learn something each time do whatever it takes no matter how many times it takes I quit I quit I quit we did it so can you you can't quit for free help call one eight hundred quid now a message from the US department of health and Human Services and CDC live well when well you're listening to on point with one Dillon Stokes this is a pre recorded show so please hold all phone calls but you can catch me live weekdays from ten AM until one PM right here on news a top thirty maybe W. AOK the rest of the show do not reflect the views of.

"john erikson" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:10 min | 9 months ago

"john erikson" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

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"john erikson" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

08:17 min | 9 months ago

"john erikson" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Okay has taken everything and everyone I've ever loved away from me everything thank you may go out and I got prescribed F. making ninety talks public is gonna help somebody all for a I just wish I would have a morning opioid dependence can happen after just five days you know the truth spread the truth a message from truth the ad council unknown TCP recently I spent time with a group of young people who are hearing impaired and deaf this is John Erikson tada and I'd like to pass on some tips on how you can reach out to people who are deaf first talk directly to the deaf person and not to the sign language interpreter second if a deaf person speaks and you don't understand don't pretend that you know what he said instead ask him to repeat his statements court righted down third not to cover your face many deaf friends rely partially on lip reading in order to understand what you're saying also don't talk too fast HM even if it takes a while to converse and lastly don't yell sometimes people even yell at those of us in wheel chairs M. that can be embarrassing but most importantly don't back away don't be shy these are just some stuff and get tips for you and there's more at disability campaign dot org what's up this is a man was shot Richard the real this man a radio host of the wrist shot retreat morning show listen hold all phone calls because this right here is a rebroadcast but you can always catch me live Monday through Friday from seven AM until ten AM yep wake up with the big call me news and talk thirteen eighty W. A. O. K. J. all you A. okay Susan talks thirteen eighty W. A. okay the mouth of the cell who gives a real tough it's the rich on thirteen eighty W. AOK the welcome back yeah ladies and gentlemen tax season is upon us many will receive refunds what do you want to do with that refined check disposable income also some looking to get into the stock market I gotta tell you my stock portfolio look like garbage right now horrible why because of the global epidemic that's why things like this happen in the studio one of the most dynamic financial cats in the business I've got doctor David and field yeah well that's what I meant what's going on how you doing bro I'm good man I'm good thank you for calling me out of retirement severe Mandy's where you're not really retiring you all around the country and outside of the country doing our million dollar seminars yeah but it does you know you can't step away from what it is that you've been called to do you know and I appreciate you for reminding me about that you know screw the moving around you know shooting films raising capital gain in the bigger projects is cool but our people people in general and more specifically are people we need information especially like what's going on right now because we get so much miss information going on and misinformation literally kills is killing us you know I was at the chiropractor validate make my doctor doctor on boy he was like man my my four one K. is dialed like two hundred thousand dollars yeah he's like your I was going to use the money to open up another facility but you know now he's gotta figure other things out so it's it's it's kind of dichotomy man right now you know it's it's it's dangerous but at the same time is a huge tremendous opportunity but we can't we can't be shipped we can't be scared we can't be buying into this fear monger that the machine is pushing I'm a big believer in learning from the mistakes of others let me tell you a mistake that I made and all the listeners I need you to take notice I own stock right okay I have no insurance or any of my stopper means not not not not a bit of insurance or any of my stock purchases all of my stock is down everything has declined let's talk about that insurance right quick because what would a lot of times when people have portfolios there's issues of rap Lloyds of London sells just wrap that can go around your portfolio around jirey whatever it is and you can set it so it's like Hey if the if the S. and P. five hundred drops below twenty four thousand you know I want insurance to kick in you know I mean that you're going to pay some extra premiums for that but it'll keep whatever you have million five million five hundred thousand feet does whatever it is it'll keep that principle here so if the market you know you won't lose but a lot of us don't get that information you know what I mean so we say Hey it would Jones Morgan Stanley whomever the beneficiary companies we sending money over blimey and we're not asking about Hey what are the the mitigating factors that can could put in place so I don't lose well we're we're losing a lot like a ton of wealth is being lost right now on the land side on the market side on on all the alternative side so this is these times require strategies they don't necessarily require us in that school of thought well I got a financial adviser and I'm going to just blindly send over a million dollars or twenty feet whatever it is my mistake is I'm just gone blindly give it to these people and let them advise me in my best interest when they're getting kick backs and and all kind of incentives for placement you understand that's the behind scenes of of the financial advisement game so I'm I'm kind of more I don't want to say pull all your funds out because that's not you know the right thing that to to suggest but I am a definite stoop school of thought on self directed IRA so this is definitely the time to be self directing some of those or portion thereof into other markets into alternative markets we should be you know if we know if you know if if if doctor boys portfolio dropped you just lost two hundred Jeez imagine if that was two hundred Jeez before all this happened that he could have re directed or self directed into a LLC on his own account right he could he could have bought a franchise and open up some more car for act expires he could of what some real estate tax levy could blossom goal you know I'm saying no his magic number was because twenty thousand sounds like enough to start a know the business yeah that was his injured his the conversation on the table was he was trying to open up another chiropractic spot grasp that he has is off the chain of time of going to somebody's in and so two hundred thousand I think we'll have a fifty to one thousand of the buy in her and he was trying to get to use some of that money but you know the market dropped last week and he lost two hundred I'm not now he now obviously that can bounce back it may take a while yeah but the concern is when you have indicators like this man it ain't gonna come back tomorrow right we talk about November December yeah so the distance between today and November December in my humble opinion is another ten thousand points because you could make money moves like that that you can lose a lot more between that time most we going up another ten thousand points yeah before the steam fizzles out you understand so so when people understand that that's where it's going this is this is the time when you you know get liquid redirect and you go in this is the time to go this is the time to have a strategy and go into the market we talk more about that you know when we get back to the breaking answers and questions all right thirty minutes after the hour you get angry with the realest man already on here Dr David Anderson financial well Gee is this is the result ridge morning show I'm.

"john erikson" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:10 min | 9 months ago

"john erikson" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

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"john erikson" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:46 min | 9 months ago

"john erikson" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

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"john erikson" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

03:17 min | 9 months ago

"john erikson" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

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"john erikson" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:31 min | 9 months ago

"john erikson" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Green feet all season two bags one stronger greener the one two punch Scotts turf builder triple action and fifty percent on the back of Scotts turf builder alter at the home depot dealers get more done was was last selection varies by store recently I spent time with a group of young people who are hearing impaired and deaf this is John Erikson tada and I'd like to pass on some tips on how you can reach out to people who are deaf first talk directly to the deaf person and not to the sign language interpreter second is a deaf person speaks and you don't understand don't pretend that you know what he said instead ask him to repeat his statement port right it down third be careful not to cover your face many deaf friends rely partially on lip reading in order to understand what you're saying also don't talk too fast he shouldn't even if it takes a while to converse and lastly don't yell sometimes people even yell at those of us in wheelchairs M. that can be embarrassing but most importantly don't back away don't be shy these are just some definite that a good tips for you and there's more at disability campaign dot org no word in English language is less convincing than probably are you sure we should get matching tattoos on our first date she will probably stay together probably it's been twenty three minutes inside eight.

"john erikson" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"john erikson" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Hi i'm john erikson taught us with a tweet listen to me a minor and i've always love the book of nehemiah there is so much in it about prayer especially leadership and prayer like for instance when niemeyer heard that the walls of jerusalem had been broken down he says in verse four now get this i sat down and wept for some days i'm warned and fast and impreza before the god of heaven okay now is pair for jerusalem's walls to be rebuilt goes all the way through verse 11 virtually the whole first chapter is the ambitious prayer of a real leader but then made right after his larger than life prayer nehemiah in the last merce lands on this humble note he adds a post ripped as it were and he says oh and by the way i'm just a lowly cup bear in the king's palace i'm not a contractor who understands the science of building pick walls no punch mr cup bearer to what are you melody the lesson here god's leaders are prayerful and they are humble they have the same but lonely estimation of themselves near my prayed about going back to jerusalem to build big walls but he makes it clear that he's just a lowly cup rare a humble cup bear and look at this next lesson four months later and as many prayers as i am sure that fill those months near mile finally gets the chance to go before the king and when the king notices sad countenance and asked him what he wants nehemiah says in verse four then i pray to the god of heaven and i answer the king while like he had already spent four months in prayer but right before he response to the king get this he prays again as if he had not paid enough and that to me is remarkable but what is more remarkable is that all this prayer expanded his vision and his confidence because he no longer saw himself as a cut bear uh now after four months a prayer nehemiah soul himself as a wall builder he says to the king let me go rebuild the walls of jerusalem and the king for all we know could have had a set for such a request so prayer had turned nehemiah.

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"john erikson" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"john erikson" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Hi i'm john erikson taught us talking about my good friend vicky when i first met vicky in a rehab clinic i was so moved by the end wish i could see it all over her face she had been shot in an attempted rape as the man assaulted her she fought back and that's when he played a gun and shot her in the neck vicky became a quadraplegic and when i met her she had only been in a wheelchair a few years the criminal well he only spent three years in jail but vicky on the other hand is dealing with a lifetime sentence of quadriplegia i mean this woman could have written psalm 73 where it says for i envied the arrogant when i saw the prosperity of the uh uh uh uh and and maybe be right the same and those around you may not even be arrogant or wicked you could be a single woman who has served god faithfully for decades and it's always longed to be married as you watch your spiritually shallow twenty two year old friend wet of wonderfully godly man you could be a young mother who must watch her twoyearold died slowly of cancer while you're girlfriends fret about their child's broken armour grades at school you could be hard working salesman who holds fast to good ethics while a conniving coworker cheats his way to the top where you could be carrying heartbreaking scars material abuse of childhood or an abuse of marriage life is not fair and the unfairness of it all can be so demoralizing husband's cheat on wives drunk drivers slam into school children and rapist walk out of jail moving to other states.

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"john erikson" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"john erikson" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Are no over kirk all proc goat recap pick up the movie to chris her walker bucket but martin donald trump look i i i i and by the way to support or at least not to contradict what you're talking about there's the whole taxreturn issue one of the things that he tweeted during the campaign was that is soon as is on it was over he'd release his tax returns well they confirm now that there are several years where he is definitely not under audit nothing's released and this is also going to be a problem is these investigations go forward look the fact is he's president the united states let me share with you the first law fine of an editorial that appeared today in usatoday this an editorial basically condemning trump but it starts out when you're on an airplane you want the pilot to succeed that's very simply stated and that's i think something we should all keep in mind we're all on the same airplane together micha riverside california mike at you're on the medved show hey michael i know you're not fair go hurt i did vote her ordeal no i did not vote to support a leftist i voted for evan mcmullan but go ahead which is a vote for or would would have been quite if the democrats were immediately calling or i'm him he hit there were two russian oh if if that we declare war would have been the okay we you say the russian hoax do you do you really believe that all of our a televisions establishment by the way including mike pompeyo the cia director appointed by trump and everybody else says there was a russian attempt to influence the election it is not a hoax this is a reality and i again have the democrats contributed to the polarization absolutely that's why began with a playing the idiotic exaltation of tom perez there is plenty of polarization to go route and there are wrongs on both size but as a country we can do better and certainly on our side we can and must we'll be right back hi i'm john erikson taught of with a fascinating story and it's fascinating it really is and it starts with this unusual coupled that i met not.

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