Spondylitis, Todd, Minneapolis discussed on Marketplace Weekend

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I don't think i could ever fire a gun at some one or toot someone's life at the that sounds too overwhelming for me but the thought of helping a family you're helping someone who has loved one that has lost their life to kind of figure out what happened there i know it sounds like a 14yearold boy but i'm kind of a 14yearold boy materials body so i think that'd be fast naming i think that uh i could be happy with a career as a park ranger something like that you know being very isolated and being in touch with nature that's i think where i feel most centered what i'm not on the road is one of them by myself like a grove of redwood's and spending some more time with that would be a welcome a welcome thing in my life i continue being really great burger yeah got to protect the squirrels okay what is the hardest part about your job that no unknowns i think probably one of the hardest parts is just not having that idea of stability in your life you sort of have few expect the unexpected and accept huge lifestyle changes on a moment's notice and just boom beyond that and roll with the punches what about you then maintaining the ability to sing not much especially with magic drawings it's just a lot of dynamic seeing it it it's really difficult and i also have to autoimmune diseases and glucose in spondylitis and ocean of quietest superstar died on the road great fetch tables and fish chicken for some people i know that there are to choose that died on their own but for me i i've ever done also burn wooden something you brought that you now completely regret buying well not being on an anti inflammatory diet life dan as soon as we got done with our 15hour bus ride yesterday i ran into the nearest diner and got a juicy lucy the famous of minneapolis hamburger with the cheese on the inside also some parmesan cheese teeter todd's and some barbecue chicken nachos and i haven't decided which one of those i regret but certainly all three was was too much that sounds so good in the right now dan you when did you first realized that.

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