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Archive for February 2019

A Word of Prayer on I-1639 Dedicated to Veronica J. Rutledge

Heidi speaks to recent Washington State I-1639, and compares gun violence in Washington State and South Carolina. Here is the full text of this controversial new law: https://www.sos.wa.gov/_assets/elections/initiatives/finaltext_1531.pdf Constitutional rights are best protected when we act responsibly, and Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich in Spokane County, Washington is to be commended as is Sheriff Mike Crenshaw in…

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Anwar Majors Al-Ghani

I had the privilege of working for a true Spokane Hero, Mr. Anwar Majors Al-Ghani aka Lei Majors, during a difficult period in my life. I worked an outbound call Team, and came on to his inbound call Team at Sykes. He improved my sales skills and I contributed to his Team. Native to Long…

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Women in Electronics

The women in electronics we honor today are Hedy Lamarr and women mining in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Hedy Lamarr, a beautiful Austrian born movie star, was appreciated by Howard Hughes as a genius inventor. Her work on spread spectrum and frequency hopping technology, which became Bluetooth/wi-fi, should have remunerated her over $30 billion…

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Deliverance

“One often meets his destiny on the road he took to avoid it.” – Jean de la Fontaine When the Jon Voigt/Burt Reynolds classic, “Deliverance”, was filmed on the Chattooga River in beautiful Rabun County, Georgia in 1972 Southerners, myself included, were outraged at the negative stereotypes of Appalachian Americans depicted in the epic film.…

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