Jon Wilkes
Jon Wilkes
Jonathan Ross Wilkes is a drummer from Jacksonville, Florida who has been traveling the world as a member of the rock band The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus (2005 to present). He is endorsed by Pacific Drums. He currently plays a black oyster Platinum series kit.
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The Fuss Over Women Bosses
Huffington Post - over 3 years
There's been a lot of press recently over a Gallup poll that indicates Americans still prefer a male boss. The survey of 2,059 adults found that 35 percent of respondents, both male and female, prefer working for a man, compared with 23 percent who favor a woman. (Some 41 percent have no preference). The Daily Beast honed in on another "disturbing" factoid from the survey: Even women would prefer to work for a male rather than another female, by a 13-point margin. Gallup didn't explore the reasons why so many opt for male leaders, although the suggestion is that most people still associate men with management roles. The good news (for women bosses, at least) is that attitudes have changed drastically since Gallup first asked this question, back in 1953, when Eisenhower was president and I Love Lucy ruled the airwaves. Back then, 66 percent of Americans preferred a male boss while just 5 percent preferred working for a woman. Related: The Upside of Twitter's Boy Club: More Focu ...
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Olga Hallman, nee Washko
LaGrange - almost 5 years
Olga Hallman, nee Washko,  age 93, of La Grange Park.  Beloved wife of the late John Wilkus and the late Jack W. Hallman;  dear mother of Janis D. (Patrick) Tierney; grandmother of Matthew (Elaine) Tierney and Samantha Tierney; great grandmother of Declan; devoted sister of the late Helen (the late Stanley) Monokoski and the late Marie Washko;  aunt of many nieces and nephews. Visitation Saturday, May 5, 2012 from 1:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. at Hitzeman Funeral Home, Ltd.  9445 W. 31st Street, Brookfield.  Interment Private.   Information 708-485-2000 or www.HitzemanFuneral.com
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Cómo los yihadistas aprovechan la Primavera Árabe - BBC Mundo
Google News - almost 6 years
El hombre que lo tiene más difícil allí es el embajador en Saná, Jon Wilkes. Hablamos con él por teléfono. Para Wilkes, el problema en Yemen y posiblemente en otros países árabes es que los procesos de transición podrían llevar a la inestabilidad,
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Fertile ground? - BBC News
Google News - almost 6 years
The man in the hot seat there is the ambassador, Jon Wilkes, in Sanaa. We spoke to him by phone. He said the problem in Yemen and possibly other Arab countries was that the transition processes could lead to instability, leaving "opportunities for
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Val Massar - NorthJersey.com
Google News - almost 6 years
He was surrounded by family, and leaves behind seven children, George and Hope Massar; Ellen and John Bourscheid; Evy and Dave Spedden; Val Massar and Jon Wilkes; Bill and Darlene Massar; and twelve grandchildren: Rebecca, Jeremy, Raeann, Sarah,
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