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"corey decker" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

10:59 min | 1 year ago

"corey decker" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Citizens bank park rob cherry and Hollis Thomas we just got a scouting report from our producer that Sean Rodriguez went yard when upper deck in batting practice but what about our project was a flower fair was fair he was way out of here course Kevin king is one of the people that's entitled it's very very entitled is of preserving culture titles yeah so now I did call the genre Rick is called the title they bow anyone upper deck now there was he was but back to the phones Joe the northeastern ninety for WP Hey rob laws are you done the job you know your producer gave me a little static about it well I was talking about we'll talk about and that everybody loves number that when he came up as a relief are the first results will give up he had reached the whole balance first album was against the Kansas City Royals gave up one run Xerox second outing was against the rockets he gave up hello return runs I think it's always won that game and the first game was against it because when they send them down after that it was a four four game I was watching that game and like because of the grand slam home run to out of our junior center fielder right now okay and I were making about next all around it was out of the bullpen and that's when he got it out coming out of the boat so you know if they're going to put him on the roster with the intention of policemen about that and what they might get the same results stop you replace smile or if that one doesn't get it done tonight yeah because well sure guys he had a good record down there and triple a down there what is your name they never bought a mock I mean just for pleasure okay I'm I'm not saying you know what one day when I called and said what is that is that your problem or something you know the the guy knows how to pitch a little bit they'll go when you all have to play just like Paul Walker's this will help your what your bad guys shot and they took away from trying to score some runs I mean the record shows that when the Philly score first or a square fluoride which they have a great record like twenty games at least over five hundred so it will be used to try to both the bed move the runners I know you got out players are going to have to look the other night it's a double so conduct strikes out and and and that's not the only time we doubles we kick it provided over the third base I don't care what their analytics tell you you have a better shot of a screw from third base what one out on the ground there but you do what what what just when it wouldn't bases loaded yes and I'm thinking maybe we lay down a bunt supplies when we let's move crowds yeah right I'm when we when I was waiting guidelines thing else besides getting ready you know so yeah that was it that was a spot where you would go to a country that are against and and and we can't you know so I mean this guy we don't have any relievers in triple I could bring out back instead of bringing on a Davis again they had they that look if they thanks for call if they had relievers of triple a the water problem of the way this whole thing is are you sure though yeah really just a little resistive trust evaluation of talent well the town in the big league level isn't work for awhile okay well I would assume if anybody if they had anybody the miners they thought could get somebody out the big league level they were brought him up everybody there tried hasn't worked out but you know I'm not saying this team should be bonding in key situations all the time but when somebody is worse a safety squeeze or so generational while was he had a run in the kids I can't think of his name is it he is with him he's gonna have machines is a two states as they train form Bryce Harper none of Corey deckers you're going to get if you you do those away he hits you just got to put the ball in play this week he did put his battle body sways his ways to contact to get on the plane yeah this movie is they've given those all the time as we scored about to run we threw the all the analytical crap out of the door we do a lot of that other nerdy stuff that everybody is in which every put basic brute strength and and good a good baseball ability to work jungle and forgot I gotta I gotta yeah there's a lot to go longer than I thought you guys do when I thought about the clue Mike and talk and and you're not a part of the I. P. Mike go ahead hi yeah I'm here yeah go ahead okay so I know that it shouldn't be in the major problem for a disability he all season long but there's something else I want to talk about do and it's the fact that Brad Miller is getting better tonight I'm going to the game tonight I went to the game on Friday when all of the itching and I knew when it was a one one tie in the seventh inning when noble lap that the floodgates we're gonna open because we just don't have any reliable reliable relievers honorable sorry Brad Miller's hitting fifty nine so what I guess that's not right the line up just came out with one of my sword in hand bread Miller in it it didn't now unless unless look at yesterday's line I'm probably are a no no look at the date okay let me check we go ahead good to go okay okay well regardless all of our otherwise it would be you have the feeling to willow came up and it was it was about to the front wheels about hit the fan was to just switch the long yeah yeah I was at that game okay and you don't know a person great the was I was I was watching yeah I was there I just I don't see like Mike might have game of the season and I I don't feel good like you can't win a close game and I don't like to yeah like that which gore like ten lines and the first like you know five six innings then I bill right about the game but like don't have any reliable relievers to go to exhibited the problem one on it in my we will discuss seven right off the rip and let you have them legs we really really like was the lead right right right back night other than the line up by the way has been revised scores grandmother passed away so he's out of the lineup tonight is going home to be with his family so that's that's why Brad Miller's at third base just so you know okay and still I was playing shortstop tonight so okay not so it was it was a last minute revision that just happened this past also okay okay run out yeah I know the team is moving on from go to and I get that but I think that apple should be putting out the bass line up for every night even if it's just for the tendon sake and we're still in this thing where a couple games of the wild card we really got to take care of them that you know it's really disappointing that we lost the first two out of three of them and we don't sell but his team nine well I don't think there's gonna be much that did a lot now and frankly there's not much for season left anyway but they that you walk if they win tonight and the cubs were losing last I looked all check there so yeah it was their own lives if the cubs lose the Phillies when it's two and a half but yeah they're not really what is the is is what does it catch twenty two where even though they lost we lost last night so used to lose these but you were before before we know at some point I want to talk to you about Carli Lloyd and and and possibilities of being a kicker but first I don't grow because you get the whole you really want to get to her we don't really need to talk about that this is not going to happen well no one of his team could give her trial no no it's easy to kick it is easy when you is is is hard to do what she does without anybody what's up a bit think of the pressure thing is like when you use your aspects of I let let up on it when it when they come in in the address book double cross for field also feel a little loose expecting that he he everybody was doing it it is and I know she's thinking of it too no she's not an issue singles on the pad she knows that you share that's what you probably will do it because it's not was not worth it as I was saying today is September the first time to an old forty four hookers get wiped out okay listen to how many times a kickers get wiped out again this year I know enough enough was kicker was less time who's the good aliens J. Kelly he ever been blown up go look at one if you'll go look at not at not kicking off the I don't think she should call I think you just kick field goals he he what he got he got hold of Russell's above that well you could have a partnership kick off form hello Candace Parker kick kick off the other night yeah this is this is Gail yeah there is a pending justly case Ellie gets hurt dogs anticipating no he's a change now no it would be good at all all that does is it is very good for now it would be good at all as I was saying today is September the first and it is that to a point two and forty four the day of the year there's a hundred and twenty one days left we also back is seventy fifty two I guess whatever whatever you two thirds over them seventy thirty two seventy fifty to seventeen fifty two yes that you should all over the country yeah you should know you should know is is what what what what we what we know for sure is that we don't this is one of my fear in him and also you the bill all the bill fell the liberty bell yet arrived to Philadelphia in seventeen fifty two yeah before the country in the form yeah it was a I don't know I don't usually would run right now it was around six street they've moved around Market Street about ten times in the last twenty five years the liberty bell indoors and outdoors Janet's out it's okay eighty eight zero seven I mean that that his of AT sixty two of the federal tax living again so on the tobacco eighteen sixty two yeah there's a before that tobacco was not just a tax that will take now is heavily taxed you everywhere in a dealership a pack of cigarettes costs down to twenty dollars I don't smoke but I don't know is that is there is a bad bad bad the card would dates if it is a ten and fifteen dollars about a card within a leg was one one some of what I've looked as a what what else did you buy this record only war the last.

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"corey decker" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"corey decker" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Phillies giants tonight down to citizens bank park in two or three games are as follows one last night for two smiley was good again and you know of all these kind of bargain basement dumpster diving moves by Macklin tech over the last couple months the one that has a chance it looks like to a pay some dividends is you're smiling because I don't think any of us expected much into starts in smiley's been quite good they're good anymore is that it addresses pitching staff further beyond Jason Vargas will make his first start on Friday but just not in the car like all with the Phillies do Corey Dickerson al fielder from the Pittsburgh Pirates good header is three three seventy last year three hundred three seventeen this year in limited time because it banged up three hundred last year I he's been about twenty percent above average for about four years that he's a good hitter and he will help questions could become how they play in thank Kenny place of center field because that I would give them a chance to put Dickerson and center Bruce in life when they cut when he comes back and cater to third base that's probably the best offense of unit they get throughout their Bob in lower Pottsgrove Hey Bob yes great show I was going to talk about other things but I want to warn the first call is tonight what was that Jim firmware Langhorne line court that man spoke so well and I he was absolutely right in so many ways and first of all I want to congratulate the Phillies promotion department this team draws so well and these band support this team the team that doesn't deserve to be supported and all that nonsense about family my wife and I have been partial season ticket holders for many many years and we haven't felt in the past many years good day haven't treated us well and all the least I'm not as pessimistic about the Phillies future as David Murphy's column today but he's not pulled by the police online horn and there's a lot of other people maybe they'll all call in now this is James contact they make Valerie shame and phony owner melts and we are with them and there you have to be more calls like Jim from lying I'm sure they're out there Bob and I always appreciate it I have to say it is amazing I am disappointed as well I wish they went and got a controllable starting pitcher here's guys that were not moved Mike minor was not moved Robbie ray was not move both those guys come with a contract for next they're they're under team control for next year the Phillies didn't trade for that they could try to read those guys I don't know what the cost would have been and if they want to protect our top two prospects but they could have went further and added more they chose not to but it's amazing the kind of the reaction I've been hearing during the afternoon show it and now this seems leave the wildcard right in the face of the season and today the Phillies would host a playoff game host a playoff game and the the vitriolic it's it's it's there you can feel I could feel Europe set and I get it because this team I said it yesterday after I believe it they don't really care to make the playoffs if they do it's gravy if they do they're going to talk about how quick of a rebuild they had and how they overcame everything but deep down I don't put the front office care to care a lot about making the playoffs this year that was in that was in their intensity may be ours eight eight seven two nine nine four nine for our quickly before get the pitching match up and your calls just a quick overview of what happens if there is a lot of things that happened Phil we search for Corey Dickerson he will either be a bench bad a good pinch hitter or place in left center field for them the big moves today Zack cranky goes in the Arizona Diamondbacks the Houston Astros the Astros are going for it again and as it looks right now I would be very surprised if we don't get a nother Astros Dodgers World Series because cranking out teams up with Werner lander and Gerrit Cole in Houston that team is loaded the surprises medicine member doesn't get traded he still with the giants Mike minor stays with the Rangers Robbie ray stays with the Diamondbacks Zack Wheeler stay with the Mets the Braves made some moves today they got three relief pitchers they got Chris Martin yesterday for the Rangers Milan sin from the giants and seeing green the closer for the Tigers the Braves got better and fix the bull pen the nationals added three relief pitchers the nationals at a relief pitchers the Braves added three really press including one of the best clothes on the market lot of movement a lot of relief pitchers get traded but the big story really was the Astros getting cranky the pitch that didn't move and the fact that a team like the Yankees didn't do anything so thought I don't know if you're the new much the Yankees are based Roger wins do anything either Todd is in south Philly what's up doc Hey Joe how are you I'm good TA it's not us even though I'm the eternal all do is that this team they do Burt overreaction to say that this is an embarrassing team the same people that the same things about the eagles on how your Grossman was brought back from the grave and a year later he won the Superbowl and I'm very happy to Corey decker said he's very similar to the ligera blonde edition and the twenty seventeen year this team and contact made all the correct moves for where this team is right now you're not going to make a blockbuster deal when you're not sure where the team going to go and as we saw Bryce Harper all he did to move the needle in Las Vegas ranking you bump them up like two games if you train for bomb Gardner are you trade for Robbie rate maybe they'll add two to three games but if this team plays like they can play which I think they will all they have to do is go thirty four and twenty two the rest of the year they have a ninety win the battle I think they're gonna have a ninety when you've been done but that's really not that out of reach they were there sixty five hundred right now they don't have an extremely tall schedule down the stretch as bad as their losses to the Braves have been there still six and seven or six and picked again they're in there getting win this team has a lot of potential with still make the playoffs they're not gonna win this division but they're definitely going to be in a wild card spot and I think because they're going to definitely be in a wild card spot they made all the correct moves to the they in their position and still have a real shot to make a push in the player yeah they have a shot at that that's a crazy parts on I I agree that appreciate that that what they did today didn't hurt them they didn't push themselves forward and my gripe is this not getting Mike minor not getting Robbie ray is that going to ruin the chance to make the playoffs this you're probably not but that they still have not fixed their pitching problem long term and I was hoping this deadline could help them do that they didn't do it tonight speaking of pitching what's on the menu brought to you by heritage premium meats family owned and operated writing one hundred percent by burgers and one hundred percent Angus burgers tonight we'll get to see Vince flask is excellent what better as of late it's coming back into the rotation a six to one strikeout to walk ratio zero just a tick over for the kids that out he will stay in this rotation go against Jeff Samardzija twenty one starts three point nine five the array I'm not what used to be but some are just still approach with some margin and it is Velasquez tonight down at citizens bank park.

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"corey decker" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast

Photofocus Podcast

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"corey decker" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast

"What are you talking about crazy? I'm taking thirty minutes on one picture. So I got the skin softening down. So what's the next piece of software you wanna learn? So I'm really curious of the watching a lot in seeing a lot done with the luminaires stuff. So I wanna learn that feel like that could really help out a watch. You do some things with that are just amazing. So I'd like to start playing with that. Maybe see what I can. Make my images. Look like using the luminaries. Well, now one of the articles, I wrote for Scott Kelly was a photographer, a graph of retouching or graphic artists. Now you of powder for touch graphic artists and that came about. Because there was that one gentleman in a group who photographed a pitcher, the bride near a playground and behind your was ugly jungle gym. And, and the gentleman was looking for praise. He wanted to tell people look how good I am at Photoshop, I remove the jungle gym behind the bride. And all I said to him was are you a photographer? Retouching Beth artists, and his response was you'll maybe I'm all three. I'm like beyond saying, I can sing I can act and I was like, what the heck so that's what inspired me to wait. That article was which. Ever be all three. But whichever one you are that one of that moment. So you as a photographer, would you ever photograph a bottle or a bride standing in front of a jungle gym? If the judge had nothing to do with the bride. Would you ever do that? No. So. Maybe if there was nothing else, like, but even then even then you can move them away from the jungle gym, put them on a flat wall. You make it so much easier. Two than to do in front of the jungle gym. But I'll Tim Wallace says it the best. He says, I can spend the time editing or I can spend a couple minutes, making sure that everything's perfect before I take the photo, and I'm a photographer, I want to understand. I wanna know a little about editing in. Manipulating some stuff. But at the end of the day, I would much rather get it right. And camera and do very little editing than to be spending thirty forty five minutes hours behind the screen or monitor editing something that could've taken me two seconds to just get right in camera see, so you enter the question you are tougher. I retouched or second. And then for the graphic arts. That's the movie posters, or the different trying to remove a huge tree out of out of the scene on that. That's when we become Rafic artists to where you start having to repair the image. So, so you definitely on the right track. I appreciate that trying. What are your remaining goals for twenty nineteen two thousand nineteen? I want to a really want to start doing more automotive. Togr Affi, and I need to really start learning how to market, what I started to find out is it doesn't matter how good of photographer, I am. I can have some amazing images. But if I can't find a way to market to people, I'm not gonna get clients. I'm gonna continue to be doing stuff for free. So I gotta learn how to market also..

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"corey decker" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast

Photofocus Podcast

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"corey decker" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast

"But instead, well, here's a different way of doing it, you know, try this and. Then again that, that shows of us growth. Here's a person with PTSD who people could write off and say, oh, my God. How can this guy be back with society in doing functional things? Well here you are here. You're, you're proving those people wrong, and that's why I continue to work with people like yourself and people in the community that want to learn at develop their skills, you know properly. So which tiger for inspires you the most. Tim wallis. I've been main. I've been obsessed with him lately. He does just savannah, nominal ward. He looks at the detail he let the way he likes these cars. It's just it's incredible. Let's talk about software. You did a lot of portrait retouching. So what was one of the piece of software that you use for your portrait retouching for my portrait retouching I start off in light room. That's what I learned when I was in school in so is kinda what you start learning with you just kinda keep with. But what has helped me the most is I've been using perfectly clear it, it's taken my. Editing retouching to a whole new level. And it's it's cut it my work in out manned, three quarters. I used to spend. Ten to twenty minutes on one Votto in now. I can get in there. I can knock out the photo in it takes more time. Uploading in that than doing the actual edits. It's it's phenomenal. Several times, people say, oh, my God, I'm going to have to spend nineteen hours, editing all these photos and you've always heard me cringe when people say that I never understood, you would say, oh, it shouldn't take you, but a minute to do something, I'm thinking to my head..

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"corey decker" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast

Photofocus Podcast

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"corey decker" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast

"How to balance ambient light will yet outta balanced natural light with artificial light, or strove, and then how to pose models how to get expression out of their faces instead of just being, you know, a, a blank canvas great. Now with that being said, I critique you quite a bit only because you asked me to. So you always like you always Lund yet. What I have to say. Be honest. Let's, let's rephrase. Do you like your do you? Do I like hearing it? Yes. I'd like to do. I enjoy, do I enjoy what you have to say. Not all the time, but it's I I'm a firm believer that you can't get better. If you don't know what you're doing wrong. If you notice Corey of you're, you're one of the few, of course, Richey has brother. There's a handful of photographers Melbourne in our home that are home to the Melbourne. No. That I work with your open to critique open to learning. So I have no problem sharing with you. And you know it's coming from the right position. I would never say my got your terrible. I've always said to you. How do you want to be? How do you want me to do? You want to be critiqued as beginner novice intermediate or Vance or as a paid for talk over. And when you show you how would this look, if I were events for tougher in that, that's how I would critique to work, and you've come such a long way short time so that, that part an incredible. Yeah. Well, okay. So the thing is, is there. A lot of people out there that they take their critique in, they look at it in a real negative manner. And I'm not sure why. But I know that the when I look at it is, I want to have a goal in my goal is to be the very best, the Taga for that, I can be I want to be able to make enough money at the talker fee. At some point that my family doesn't have to worry about bills. My wife doesn't have to work. She can stay home to kids, and I can do something that is really helping me in multiple different ways. It's helping me mentally in. It'll be helping me at that point hopefully financially. So getting the, the constructive criticism being told what I'm doing wrong the way that I see is, it's only gonna help better me if I don't know what I'm doing wrong. I can't fix it. So. So if I continued to voter grab somebody in the wrong way, then it's just going to be continuously making the same mistake and not making an image that people are going to be like, oh, wow. I want that guy to photograph of me. And so when I hear what I'm doing wrong, I can think about it on the next session, I can work to make that image. That much better. Awesome seeing a lot to do with your. A military background and it takes a certain type of person to actually joined the military. So once you join the military, I think the military help chew with that discipline to saying, look you know what it's not the performance of performer. That's bad is to performance. So the former is you that's always good the performance or the action of what you did that, that could use improvement. And I think with you, personally and the only reason why do give you the critiques is because I know that eight you learn from it, and be willing to share that with others. And I've watched you looking lot of the different Facebook groups. Somebody will be your comment about off camera flash. And, you know, the person is totally wrong was another person giving advice is totally wrong. I like how you will not criticize them or call them out and say, hey, you're wrong..

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"corey decker" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast

Photofocus Podcast

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"corey decker" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast

"TST will win at first medically retired. I stayed at home kind of like a hermit crab for the first two years. And then once I started training a dog to be a service dog somebody. There said, hey, you should go back to school in kind of lead me through the process. And then once I picked up a camera, it's it just nothing else mattered. Once I looked through when I'm looking through the viewfinder all of the stress all of the anxiety, it all just seems to go way in. I'm just focused on whatever is in front of me. And it's also started to push me towards taking photos of people in interacting with people as where before I didn't even wanna do that. At in now you know, I love working with models. I really what I wanna do is to be able to do corporate, headshots and photographed cars as well. Let's great. I mean, I've had several shoots down from the average person nobody would ever notice that you have PTSD, nobody would ever notice that you had a hard time dealing with people because you're so personal on your phone loving. So you feel retire Affi helps you get back on track with that. Yeah. It really did. I used to party a lot. When I was younger in, I tried to be the life of the party, you know, just outgoing and having a great time in. So when I when I'm not around people it's not made in so with the tog repeat, it's really got me to be able to be that person again, there, sometimes where it's harder for me in all you'll notice your round me alike. Do real quiet in to myself in, that's because of just having. Hard time that day. But for the most part, yes or processing trying not to just blurt out something that I probably shouldn't. So having a filter. Exactly having filter. So aren't so now what's really neat about this? You're helping a lot of military vets out there. So military realize you have a chance to go back to school. So there's a lot of things military can do for vets. That, that what you found. Yes. Yes. So when I was in, in the paid for my school, they told me that I had to sign away my Montgomery GI Bill in. So I assumed that I wasn't able to do school after the military will. When I got back in, in. I don't know they might have changed since then, but I do know that even though that they paid off my school. And I signed away my Montgomery, GI Bill. I did not sign away. My post nine eleven GI Bill. So I was able to use my post nine eleven GI Bill to get back into school. And then there's also the not sure I wanna say one chapter thirty three the other chapter thirty five I believe, but the VA has a program called vote rehab, and it's it's difficult to get into it takes a lot more time. Time to get approved for then using your post nine eleven GI Bill, but you have more time to be able to use it in. They will VA will actually help pay for your school as well. So where did you how'd you find this information out when I was learning how to train my dog to be a service dog one of the people one of the spouses that was there. She actually worked with the school with the vet area at the school. And she told me about it in kinda brought me in showed me how to get onto benefits to start filling out the paperwork to be able to see if I was qualified awesome. Now, think about it, so that one person helped to is now helping thousands of people with this podcast 'cause she took the time. That's pretty awesome in. I'm sure that she would love to hear that. Thought. So let's go back to the photography. And that's what's happening now. So with enjoying him a lot of the stuff that we do..

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"corey decker" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast

Photofocus Podcast

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"corey decker" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast

"Hey Horry, welcome. Hey glad to be here. Elly corry. You served in the military for that we all thank you. What branch of the military, did you serve him? I appreciate I actually served in the army that was the branch said, I was part of the military for. I was in the military for just shy four years in, then I was medically retired. That's what was job duties in the military. So my IMO s was an eighty eight Mike, which is just a truck driver that the usual truck driving. Correct. Right. Well, okay. So being eighty eight Mike, you've got a lot of different trucks, that you can't drive you can drive the eighteen wheelers drive, a lot of different trucks. My truck that I drove in Afghanistan was the lead drug. It was a TV, but it had a device attached to the front end called the mine roller and my whole job was to lead the convoy to wherever we're going. And hopefully if there's an ID that the RC P unit in front of us didn't find it would hit my truck in blow me up in not the rest of the convoy. Yeah. It was it was definitely one of those feelings where it wasn't. A oh I hope I don't get blown up. It's a well Wyndham. I gonna get blown up. Fortunately war is he'll part of human nature, and it's a shame. But again, there's people like you help defender countries. So for all that we think tremendously now you said, you retired. You're medically retired. What does that mean? So basically after my deployment, I just my body and my mind is it wasn't working the way it was supposed to, I guess, I've got a lot of different physical disabilities, but the job said, I had to perform I just wasn't able to perform those anymore. So they decided that. The looked me over medically and they decided that because of I was so much. Disabled day would retire me instead of just say, sorry you can't work your char now doing that. So you came back from Afghanistan and you realize PTSD on trolls typical day in the life for you. I a very irritable. So I would snap at a lot of things that before I could just workshop my shoulders, you know, so somebody getting onto me, or, you know, traffic for instance, traffic is a big problem that I have when I'm in traffic when it's heavy traffic. If I boxed in a very, I everybody's got a fighter flight, and when you think about it when you're driving in somebody cuts, you off, most of the time, you're just most people, I guess, are just will that sucks. You know, as where when I get cut off it really start thinking about all of the dangers of you, cutting me off, what could happen. What might happen in instead get very angry. And i've. I'm learning to control that. But it's a lot harder for me. So the military helped out because you found out that it'll pay for you to go back to school, right? Yes. So okay when I joined the military gave me the option to have my previous school paid for. So they've paid off all of my school wombs. So I didn't realize that I could actually go back to school, and the military pay for it as well while, that's awesome. And what did you choose to go back in for? So I chose to do photography. Prior to joining the military. I had gone to wild set to learn how to build custom cars. It was a lifelong during to own my own custom shop end in being medically retired. I can't work on cars. I can't build a car anymore. So my idea was to go to school for photography. To give me a reason to go to car shows to get back involved into the scene that I had grown up with in loved so much, all that's awesome. Now house time if he helped you..

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"corey decker" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"corey decker" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Into right field not shock at all consider if season davidson on his way home at vannes say chieter palapa couldn't real seventy two sucks up pile on the fifth yes so those calls from jason bonetti nbc sports chicago darren jackson on wgn as you mentioned the final score ten to five rinaldo lopez wins his second consecutive start six two third innings toured runs six strikeouts he owns a three point two eight era when he's not pitching in cleveland this year the reds in the brewers in as usual joey vodka was heating opposites summer goes along and bado swings and rifles one into right field that ball goes to the bullpen wall one run scores not a rolls into second onto third basis barnhart on the register taken a quick one to nothing lead marty brennaman seven hundred wwl w and the reds would put the brewers away in the bottom of the sixth inning i fly ball lifted back into deep left the'll there's another grand slam home run that is fan of that is unbelievable that is unbelievable as unbelievable to me is fact matt harvey is pitching great in this aid to to win horry five hundred third shutout innings to it's no walk six strikeouts he told reporters after this game that he feels better than he has since anytime since two thousand and thirteen the mets in the marlins and look a lot of bad days in the season for the mets but on sunday is drubel cabrera and his teammates had a good day two outs nobody on the three one brera too high fly ball deep to right field way back anderson watches it fly and that ball is gone into the second deck home homerun strougal cabrera and the mets would win this game five to two stephen matt's five and a third solid innings three hits in just one hundred run allowed the pirates in the padres in san diego and kala moran came through for the pirates in the fifth inning seems to be there's been a lot of grand slams that recent through a spoil yeah let's have another well out to right let's have another good slim for colin moran and the pirates do make them pay difference bakers basesloaded hits or different makers yeah so there's a that's setting up the the grand slam let's have another pirates win this game seven to five corey decker and continues to have an excellent season for the pirates hits a home run also adds it's stolen base the tigers in the blue jays nncholas castalanos continues to be a leader for the tigers basesloaded fly all right center field deep going back grischuk at the wall he's gonna jump up top of the wall kirsty janos through the crane slim who moon five one tigers in the fifth dickerson ninety seven point one the ticket the tigers beat up on jay half in the blue jays ninety one cast janos is last fourteen games hitting three forty four zero seven on base percentage.

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