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I recently read an article that stated that roughly 300,000 veterans have died from agent orange, that's roughly 5 times as many as
the 58,000 that died in combat there! These are astonishing figures. 11 million gallons of AO was sprayed over 200 million acres and much of it in areas used as large bases for
US troops. This has put over 300 million Vietnam vets and their families at risk. One soldier put it this way, "you know we all took a bullet there, some of us just didn't know it". That bullet, that wound has never healed. It has never even been recognized as a wound. When will he people and the government of the United States begin to realize the bad hand we were dealt? When will the government realize that perhaps there should be 300,000 names on that wall, with plenty of space left over in Washington, DC? Our group is not about posting photos, bringing up good or bad memories, it's about solidarity in holding the chemical companies, the US government and the Veterans Administration responsible for what they have done to us. There have been many injustices imposed upon various peoples, factions and groups. We are one faction, one group that has been overlooked. Isn't it about time we
did something about this? I am going to dedicate our next broadcast to establish a march on Washington DC and our cause that he did in Selma, Alabama. March with US Mr. president!
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April 30th, 2015 marks the 40 year anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War. On this weeks show we're uncovering what Vietnam is like today as a tourist destination. We look at the changes 40 years have brought and what it means to the top destinations and resorts that have grown up all along Vietnam. From Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City, with the beaches of Danang, cruising Halong Bay and the Mekong Delta. Vietnam offers a rich variety of sights, cuisine, history and people. Join Ja'Vonne and Bonnie as they explore all. Tune in to get the details!
A talk show designed to supplement the facebook page of the same name. The show and the page are designed to support Vietnam veterans, their families and those interested in learning how agent orange has affected our lives, discuss issues relating to health, the Veteran's Administration and compensation. The show will normally contain a co-host and a guest speaker. Each weekly show will typically focus on a topic of interest. Some content may be recorded but it is generally a LIVE production. Call Ins will be accepted as time permits and we ask that each caller limit their question or comment to 3 minutes.
Our guest speaker this evening will be Mr. John Bury who will discuss the recently introduced HR 969 which may authorize many Navy veterans who served in waters off the coast of Vietnam benefits and compensation related to exposure to agent orange. This is a MUST listen show for those affected. This is a talk show and we welcome people to call in with questions and comments. It is an hour long show. Your Host, Bob Raymond is a 20 year Army retiree who is 100% disabled due to agent orange exposure and related conditions. My co-host will be Janie Bowthorpe the wife of a Vietnam veteran affected by agent orange. A representative from Senator Patty Murray's office may be listening to our show but will not be participating.
If you do not hear the show when navigating to the link look for a small PLAY icon in the upper left hand corner of the screen, which you must click on to get things going.
If you are a Navy veteran that served in the blue waters off the coast of Vietnam please share this with everyone that you feel will benefit. The show will begin at 8 PM Pacific Time. The phone number to call in will be listed on the screen, or if you have SKYPE installed you can simply click on the SKYPE icon and it will connect you to the call in board. When you call in, please be sure to TURN DOWN YOUR PC, LAPTOP or TABLET speaker so as to prevent feedback.
Welcome home my fellow brothers and sisters!
This is a test of the BlogTalkRadio system for our show. I am testing how the event algorithm works in Facebook to bring you to my web page where you can start the show
without any hassle and to test some of the features. Stop by and give me a hand or just say hello.
Share with me the intimate details of my guest John who during the Vietnam War hid out in a monastery so he could save his life. Many survivors of that war today say that it never made sense and they wondered why they were there. Join in on this live conversation at 7:30pm EST by calling 347-945-6003
This episode is dedicated to two topics, the new bills in Congress for Blue Water Navy Veterans and a discussion regarding whether or not Medical Marijuana helps to relieve symptoms caused by agent orange illnesses. Our first guest will be retired Navy Commander John B. Wells, of the same law firm who wishes to address the new house bill HR969 and the new senate bill S. 681. The remainder of the show will be diedicated to discussion and debate concerning the efficacy and usefulness of marijuana in helping reduce or eliminate pain and discomfort among aging Vietnam veternas suffering from agent orange related diseases. I hope that we will have many live listeners and call in with questions or concerns.
What is appreciation? How can we show it in marriage? Many career women feel that their husband's are insensitive to the fact that she works so hard. Just the same, there are brothers out there who hate to come home from work to a "nagging wife." Everyone wants to feel appreciated for who they are and what they do. We want to hear your ideas on how to show it
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Today we are doing a recap on our visit to Central Park in NYC
For More Info go to www.centralparknyc.org
but before we tell more about our exploration I would like to mention the location for todays show
we are live from the 805 Third Avenue (49th and 50th Street) - The Crystal Pavilion
www.untappedcities.com says: This tri-leveled lunch hotspot is best accessed at the street level via a wide, right-angled circulation corridor, which also connects the Third Avenue and East 50th Street entrances. The concourse level, reached by escalator near the Third Avenue entrance has the most amount of tables and services, and is the spot where during mid-day, when the sun comes bursting through the windows, one can look up and literally be dazzled by the space’s volume and design.
Any married couple knows that staying together gets hard. Especially when differences come into play and get out of hand. Not everyone knows how to "agree to disagree." We harbor feelings that should have been let go. Sometimes adultery has been committed and keeps coming up every time an argument ensues. Has it really gotten so bad that divorce is inevitable? Is divorce acceptable? If so, at what point. In this episode, Dr. & Lady Newells outline the biblical and practical answers to these questions!
Back in the day, it was common practice for men to open doors for ladies, let them out of cars, and even hold their hand when going up stairs. There are so many customary practices regarding chivalry that seem to be dead and or dying today. Is it just the way this generation does things? It seems that there are very few men who still practice these customs today. We want to know from you: Is chivalry dead? What can we do to bring it back to life or is it a lost cause? Dr. & Lady Newells are ready to discuss this with you tonight!