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It’s hard to believe this band has been in my life longer than it hasn’t been part of my life. This was show number 16 for me and it’s an emotional experience every single time. Thank @sarahehampson for making it the perfect #sisterdate . #blueoctober #blueoctoberband #hrsa

Um timaço desses, bicho!
Uma ru de time diferenciada, com direito a confra e "assado argentino". #dealgumassemanas #southamerica #hrsa #basf_eurecomendo #basfdoamor

The Historical Radio Society of Australia. #HRSA #VintageRadio. www.hrsa.asn.au

Getting up close and personal with the talent @whirleydream_ at the wayville retro night . Great to let my kids experience the atmosphere I grew up with . #wayvilleshowgrounds #wayvilleretronight #trots #harnessracing #hrsa

Almoço de despedida da San (até o Papai Noel participou) #hrsa #basfdoamor #basf_eurecomendo

From HRSA member, Graham Parslow
General Electric (USA/Australia🇦🇺) 1949 6-volt Vibrator mantel radio.
Before / after restoration. It now works well. This one spent several years looking unloved on a shed shelf, around a corner, so its shabby state was largely hidden.
If you could read the bottom label it would say made in the USA. The normal AM band stops at 1600 kHz. This radio tunes up to 1700 kHz. It receives US police messages of the time in that zone above normal broadcast.
I had an FJ Holden as my first car with a vibrator radio. I am not that sentimental that I need to get a “buzz” out of making this one work from the vibrator. I was content to create a replacement power source using the more convenient mains. An old Astor chassis provided me with just the right transformer.
The radio works perfectly.
It's an odd one; the decal on the case proclaimed “made in the USA” and the case and tuning dial seem to be genuine USA made. However the electrical components are entirely Australian with capacitors from Tecnico and Ducon clearly marked with Australia. The filter choke is stamped 1949.

Laurie Harris, battery and battery radio enthusiast, replied... You know battery power is close to my heart.
Think its because most of the old receivers. gifted in my youth (or got from the tip) were farm sets.
Remember thinking the 2v valve series did almost as well as the AC types on a fraction of the power input.
Although a careful look at your GE shows a mixture of valve types.
There’s stories of the unreliability of vibrator power supplies but I have found most problems came from old capacitors.
This is an issue with any vintage receiver.
There are 3 vibrator receivers here, 2 are rebuilt just as original. They will run all day on 6v.
The third (a HMV console) has one of Tony Maher's electronic vibrator replacements. It has run over the entire last 5 picnic meetings.
You have to top up the battery about every year. The set draws an amp, not bad, around 20% is heater. So 6 watts input. From Kevin Poulter: this is very likely assembled in Australia from local and USA parts. PYE UK did the same. #tuberadio #valveradio #hrsa #radio

send me back here, please 😌 #sendbacksaturday #blueoctober #HRSA

From HRSA member, Graham Parslow
General Electric (USA) 1949 6-volt Vibrator mantel radio.
This radio that I have now restored is a 1949 General Electric. It works well. This one spent several years looking unloved on a shed shelf, around a corner, so its shabby state was largely hidden.
If you could read the bottom label it would say made in the USA. The normal AM band stops at 1600 kHz. This radio tunes up to 1700 kHz. It receives US police messages of the time in that zone above normal broadcast.
I had an FJ Holden as my first car with a vibrator radio. I am not that sentimental that I need to get a “buzz” out of making this one work from the vibrator. I was content to create a replacement power source using the more convenient mains. An old Astor chassis provided me with just the right transformer.
The radio works perfectly.
It's an odd one; the decal on the case proclaimed “made in the USA” and the case and tuning dial seem to be genuine USA made. However the electrical components are entirely Australian with capacitors from Tecnico and Ducon clearly marked with Australia. The filter choke is stamped 1949.

Laurie Harris, battery and battery radio enthusiast, replied... You know battery power is close to my heart.
Think its because most of the old receivers. gifted in my youth (or got from the tip) were farm sets.
Remember thinking the 2v valve series did almost as well as the AC types on a fraction of the power input.
Although a careful look at your GE shows a mixture of valve types.
There’s stories of the unreliability of vibrator power supplies but I have found most problems came from old capacitors.
This is an issue with any vintage receiver.
There are 3 vibrator receivers here, 2 are rebuilt just as original. They will run all day on 6v.
The third (a HMV console) has one of Tony Maher's electronic vibrator replacements. It has run over the entire last 5 picnic meetings.
You have to top up the battery about every year. The set draws an amp, not bad, around 20% is heater. So 6 watts input. From Kevin Poulter: this is very likely assembled in Australia from local and USA parts. PYE UK did the same. #tuberadio #valveradio #hrsa #radio

The HRSA squad 👊🏻 (missing Vicki)

The #HRNOW Conference is happening this Saturday, we're so excited! There's only 10 tickets left, so hurry and get yours at https://hrnow2015.eventbrite.ca

Check out our website for more information on the conference at http://bit.ly/1Gnkafx! ‪

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Olha, vocês estão de parabéns! Que noite divertida, timê!!! #hrsa #confra #basf_eurecomendo

When u sick 😷 as death 💀 u suit up, put your Contract Killer Sweater on (i made it. its my old paintball sweater) n go to the sauna in your condos to sweat it all out. Thats my night. I dont look it but I definitely am. But sickness doesn't break me i keep rolling might hit weights too. 😏 #sick#time#sweatitOut#contractKillers#mySwearter#myMentality#destinedToReign#neverBackDownNeverSurrender#dieAnotherDay#gotatoPlayBlueOctoberTheWholeTimeToo#leaveItInTheDressingRoom#yourAlwaysGonnaDoubtMe#letsSeeWhoseFlameBurnsBrighter#james!#hrsa#bluesDiner#independentlyHappy#the21ist

HRSA member Stephen Kandiliotis made this Crystal set using a 1S2 valve for a diode detector. A rechargeable battery is used to heat the filament. The Crystal set can drive headphones with a good aerial. It's a perfect AM tuner connected to a valve amplifier, resulting in a really good sound.
#vintageradio #crystalset #crystal_set #historical_radio_society_of_australia #hrsa #tuberadio #valveradio #amradio #homemaderadio

“Are you eating the poison control magnet that was on the fridge?!?!” #poisoncontrol #babylife #hrsa

BWD 804 Oscilloscope, made in Springvale, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. In 2017 these oscilloscopes in working order sold for approximately AUD$60 - $80. Historical Radio Society of Australia. #HRSA #historical_radio_society_of_australia #vintage_radio #historic_radio #historical_radio #vintage #vintageshop #vintagesale #test_radio #oscilloscope

Had an awesome day at the #vernonsnowshow and won some trail passes from #HRSA can't wait for some good powder days! #snowmobile #sledding #polaris #snow #winter #powder #pink #huntersrange

From HRSA member, Graham Parslow
General Electric (USA/Australia🇦🇺) 1949 6-volt Vibrator mantel radio.
Before / after restoration. It now works well. This one spent several years looking unloved on a shed shelf, around a corner, so its shabby state was largely hidden.
If you could read the bottom label it would say made in the USA. The normal AM band stops at 1600 kHz. This radio tunes up to 1700 kHz. It receives US police messages of the time in that zone above normal broadcast.
I had an FJ Holden as my first car with a vibrator radio. I am not that sentimental that I need to get a “buzz” out of making this one work from the vibrator. I was content to create a replacement power source using the more convenient mains. An old Astor chassis provided me with just the right transformer.
The radio works perfectly.
It's an odd one; the decal on the case proclaimed “made in the USA” and the case and tuning dial seem to be genuine USA made. However the electrical components are entirely Australian with capacitors from Tecnico and Ducon clearly marked with Australia. The filter choke is stamped 1949.

Laurie Harris, battery and battery radio enthusiast, replied... You know battery power is close to my heart.
Think its because most of the old receivers. gifted in my youth (or got from the tip) were farm sets.
Remember thinking the 2v valve series did almost as well as the AC types on a fraction of the power input.
Although a careful look at your GE shows a mixture of valve types.
There’s stories of the unreliability of vibrator power supplies but I have found most problems came from old capacitors.
This is an issue with any vintage receiver.
There are 3 vibrator receivers here, 2 are rebuilt just as original. They will run all day on 6v.
The third (a HMV console) has one of Tony Maher's electronic vibrator replacements. It has run over the entire last 5 picnic meetings.
You have to top up the battery about every year. The set draws an amp, not bad, around 20% is heater. So 6 watts input. From Kevin Poulter: this is very likely assembled in Australia from local and USA parts. PYE UK did the same. #tuberadio #valveradio #hrsa #radio

From HRSA member, Graham Parslow
General Electric (USA/Australia🇦🇺) 1949 6-volt Vibrator mantel radio.
Before restoration. It now works well. This one spent several years looking unloved on a shed shelf, around a corner, so its shabby state was largely hidden.
If you could read the bottom label it would say made in the USA. The normal AM band stops at 1600 kHz. This radio tunes up to 1700 kHz. It receives US police messages of the time in that zone above normal broadcast.
I had an FJ Holden as my first car with a vibrator radio. I am not that sentimental that I need to get a “buzz” out of making this one work from the vibrator. I was content to create a replacement power source using the more convenient mains. An old Astor chassis provided me with just the right transformer.
The radio works perfectly.
It's an odd one; the decal on the case proclaimed “made in the USA” and the case and tuning dial seem to be genuine USA made. However the electrical components are entirely Australian with capacitors from Tecnico and Ducon clearly marked with Australia. The filter choke is stamped 1949.

Laurie Harris, battery and battery radio enthusiast, replied... You know battery power is close to my heart.
Think its because most of the old receivers. gifted in my youth (or got from the tip) were farm sets.
Remember thinking the 2v valve series did almost as well as the AC types on a fraction of the power input.
Although a careful look at your GE shows a mixture of valve types.
There’s stories of the unreliability of vibrator power supplies but I have found most problems came from old capacitors.
This is an issue with any vintage receiver.
There are 3 vibrator receivers here, 2 are rebuilt just as original. They will run all day on 6v.
The third (a HMV console) has one of Tony Maher's electronic vibrator replacements. It has run over the entire last 5 picnic meetings.
You have to top up the battery about every year. The set draws an amp, not bad, around 20% is heater. So 6 watts input. From Kevin Poulter: this is very likely assembled in Australia from local and USA parts. PYE UK did the same. #tuberadio #valveradio #hrsa #radio

From HRSA member, Graham Parslow
General Electric (USA) 1949 6-volt Vibrator mantel radio.
This radio that I have now restored is a 1949 General Electric. It works well. This one spent several years looking unloved on a shed shelf, around a corner, so its shabby state was largely hidden.
If you could read the bottom label it would say made in the USA. The normal AM band stops at 1600 kHz. This radio tunes up to 1700 kHz. It receives US police messages of the time in that zone above normal broadcast.
I had an FJ Holden as my first car with a vibrator radio. I am not that sentimental that I need to get a “buzz” out of making this one work from the vibrator. I was content to create a replacement power source using the more convenient mains. An old Astor chassis provided me with just the right transformer.
The radio works perfectly.
It's an odd one; the decal on the case proclaimed “made in the USA” and the case and tuning dial seem to be genuine USA made. However the electrical components are entirely Australian with capacitors from Tecnico and Ducon clearly marked with Australia. The filter choke is stamped 1949.

Laurie Harris, battery and battery radio enthusiast, replied... You know battery power is close to my heart.
Think its because most of the old receivers. gifted in my youth (or got from the tip) were farm sets.
Remember thinking the 2v valve series did almost as well as the AC types on a fraction of the power input.
Although a careful look at your GE shows a mixture of valve types.
There’s stories of the unreliability of vibrator power supplies but I have found most problems came from old capacitors.
This is an issue with any vintage receiver.
There are 3 vibrator receivers here, 2 are rebuilt just as original. They will run all day on 6v.
The third (a HMV console) has one of Tony Maher's electronic vibrator replacements. It has run over the entire last 5 picnic meetings.
You have to top up the battery about every year. The set draws an amp, not bad, around 20% is heater. So 6 watts input. From Kevin Poulter: this is very likely assembled in Australia from local and USA parts. PYE UK did the same. #tuberadio #valveradio #hrsa #radio

It’s hard to believe this band has been in my life longer than it hasn’t been part of my life. This was show number 16 for me and it’s an emotional experience every single time. Thank @sarahehampson for making it the perfect #sisterdate . #blueoctober #blueoctoberband #hrsa

#hrsa at ftm show n shine

Almoço de despedida da San (até o Papai Noel participou) #hrsa #basfdoamor #basf_eurecomendo

A night to remember! If you weren’t there you missed out on an amazing night! #HRSA #AlumniNight

Introducing our speakers that will be at HR NOW 2017 Conference tomorrow, Sam Park, Dorothy Tran, Lindsay Macintosh, and Sana Ghazi!

Want to meet them and learn more about their experiences? Come to HR NOW at SFU Burnaby Campus tomorrow!

Individual tickets are $25 for non-HRSA members and $20 for HRSA members.

Purchase a ticket through our website at www.sfuhrsa.com/hrnow/buy-tickets or purchase it on EventBrite: http://bit.ly/2hcRJIk

Online ticket sale is closing tonight at 9 PM, get your ticket now before it's too late!

#hrwhen #hrnow #hrsa

HR NOW Conference is TOMORROW!

As Black Friday is coming up soon, this is our gift to you! Enjoy our last minute ticket bundle at amazing prices for an early Black Friday sale!

1. 4 people/ $70 = $17.5 each
2. 5 people/ $65 = $ 13 each
3. 6 people/ $60 = $10 each **Individual tickets are $25 for non-HRSA members and $20 for HRSA members.
You can also purchase a ticket through our website at www.sfuhrsa.com/hrnow/buy-tickets

Reminder you can still get $5 OFF your ticket by referring a friend to attend the conference with you! A total of $10 OFF would be applied if two tickets are purchased on EventBrite: http://bit.ly/2hcRJIk

Online ticket sale is closing tonight at 9 PM, get your ticket now before it's too late!

#hrwhen #hrnow #hrsa

Surround yourself with like-minded people, celebrate the small wins together. #beyond9to5 #HRSA #Ryersonalumni

#TBT to the construction of our William J. Walczak Health and Education Center expansion back in 2012. Our Board got a sneak peak during the construction phase.

This expansion has transformed our ability to deliver care to our community and for our partner Codman Academy to educate the youth of Boston. We're grateful for the funding we received from #HRSA through the #ACA to provide for our Gold LEED Certified expansion. And @shawmut_builds did a fabulous job putting it all together.

#CodmanCan #CHCsInnovate #ValueCHCs #codmansquare #Dorchester #GoldLEED

It is National Rural Health Day! We celebrate practitioners providing health care to rural areas today. #HRSA #RuralHealth #OurRural #NurseMidwives #NursePractitioners #Nursing #Healthcare #familynursing

Twitter relay with #HRSA #GoodVibes #OurRural #FQHC

Re-creating the Human Resources Student Association at SAIT with the help of an incredible person like Tanya! Let’s get to know her a little bit #saitsa#hrsa#studentclub#humanresources
Tanya Pittis is currently completing her Bachelor of Business Administration degree majoring in Human Resource Management at SAIT. She is finishing her fourth year and is making the most of her student experience by getting involved outside of the classroom. The start of Tanya’s journey to a more meaningful student experience began as a Peer Support Centre employee and being a member of the Human Resource Students’ Society. From that, Tanya learned more about Southern Alberta Institute of Technologies Student Associations culture, and not too long after, got elected by the students to be on the Student Association as a Board Director.
As a Director, Tanya got the opportunity to become Chair of the Governance Committee. Tanya developed lots of valuable skills along the way that will help her on her journey as a Student Representative for the Southern Alberta Institute of Technologies Board of Governors. As a Board of Governor Student Representative, Tanya will ensure that students views are being represented.
Tanya also has a passion for community involvement, education, and making sure students leave SAIT with a memorable student experience. Tanya describes herself as an advocate for the mental health and well-being of fellow students, who on a regular basis, encourages empathy, peer listening, and collaboration.

Everyday bike life into a show bike
#hrsa #bikelife #dailyride

More giveaways are coming for you!
Purchase a ticket to HR NOW to be entered to win one of the following:
1. Starbucks swag
2. Vancouver Mysteries Games Voucher
3. FREE ticket to HR NOW Conference

HR NOW is a half-day conference, featuring four workshops that provides attendees an opportunity to learn from professionals in the HR industry. Purchase your ticket before November 15 to be entered in the draw!

You can purchase a ticket through this link here: http://bit.ly/2hcRJIk
Get $5 OFF your ticket by referring a friend to attend the conference with you! A total of $10 OFF would be applied if two tickets are purchased on EventBrite.
Get your ticket now!

#hrnow #hrsa

Job openings for Physicians and Advanced Practitioners in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Connecticut

We’re proud to introduce our HR NOW 2017 keynote speaker, Sam (Ajit) Thiara.

Sam will be sharing his years of experience in mentoring and advising, and his journey in taking multiple roles in building his skills in the HR industry.
Learn more about what Sam has to share by coming to HR NOW Conference taking place in SFU Burnaby Campus on Saturday, November 18.
Tickets are currently on sale as $20 for non-HRSA members and $25 for HRSA members. If you refer a friend, both of you will get $5 OFF!
Buy a ticket at our booth today from 12:30-3:30 PM at WMC (right across Tim Hortons), or you can buy a ticket online at http://bit.ly/2hcRJIk. If you purchase 2 tickets on EventBrite, a $5 OFF discount would be applied to each ticket!

Buy a ticket today!
#hrnow #hrsa

Want to have a chance to learn about human resources from industry professionals?

Buy your ticket before November 15 to enter to win a free ticket to HR NOW!

Don't forget, if you bring a friend and purchase a ticket with you, both of you will get $5 off.
Come visit us at our booth at WMC (right across Tim Hortons) from 12:30-3:30 PM on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays to purchase a ticket.
You can also purchase a ticket through this link here: http://bit.ly/2hcRJlk

#hrnow #hrsa

Flashback…hearing one of my favorite songs live in California . #hrsa #blueoctober #justinfurstenfeld #houseofblues #sandiego 10-13-13 #swaytour

No, I won’t cry over anything. #blueoctober #trafficjam #hrsa #arguewithatree

Our Community Relations Manager is the Central Florida Patient Care Representative and is attending the biannual Florida HIV/AIDS Comprehensive Planning Network Meeting in Tampa. This Patient Care and Prevention group shares implementation and progress of the State of Florida Integrated Prevention and Care Plan. They are responsible for implementing the National HIV Strategy for the state of Florida. #nationalhivstrategy #hiv #aids #community #data #reports #communication #ADAP #florida #PLWH #HRSA #care #doctor #prevention #prep #preexposureprophylaxis #FCPN #PCPPG #health #healthyishot #physician @oicorlando @hfuw

It's officially #Movember and to support those with prostate cancer, HRSA will donate $1 for every $10 membership purchased this month to the Movember Foundation Canada!
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Our goal is to sell 50 packages this month!
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If you would like to help support the cause as well as become an #HRSbAe, visit us boothing at WMC across from Tim Hortons these next 2 weeks or purchase a membership online. http://bit.ly/2lIeucb
#hrsa #loves #movember #hrsbae

Watch HRSA's Video! #hrsayork #hrsa #yorku #newcollegeyorku

Plan one of HRSA’s largest stand-up networking events of the year by applying to be apart of the Spring Soirée organizing committee. Since its inception in 2012, Spring Soirée has striven to provide an engaging, welcoming and a realistic opportunity for all business students to grasp a fraction of the Business world.
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Does this sound like an opportunity for you?
#springsoirée #hrsa

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