18 Burst results for "Coronado California"

"coronado california" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

Veterans Chronicles

03:23 min | 6 months ago

"coronado california" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

"About two weeks later, we had moved out into the field on base for some preparation for potential deployment training. And it was a scene that I envisioned watching like band of brothers. I was we had just got done knowing this 20 mile force march rock into the field and I was working on one of my marines feet fixing their blisters and I hear this voice calling out going Doc buyers, Doc buyers, Doc buyers. And, you know, we're a very aggressive, at the age of scream out like, what do you want them over here? And it comes up and he was a guy delivering mail, and it was a scene like out of that you would see, like I said, band of brothers. And he hands me this piece of mail, and so I finish up my marines feed. I open it up and it was my request shit that was approved at ten buds. And so this was right after 9 11. And it was shortly after that, a couple months later, I got my official orders packed up our bags, and we moved all the way to San Diego to start my training. Buds or seal training is the most intense anywhere in the world. And if that weren't enough, buyers and his class arrived in coronado, California, shortly after 9 11, knowing that they were preparing to go to war. He says what followed was unlike anything else he ever experienced. There is no way to describe what buds is like. You are cold, wet, sandy, and miserable. For 8 months. To 9 months, and that's if you make it all the way through without getting injured or getting rolled back. We started off with 200 people plus in our class. We came out of hell week with a very large number of people, I think it was well in near 90 people, and we graduated with only, I think, 23 or 24 original members of our class. So it was a 90% reduction. I happened to be one of those original members. So the psychological impacts in the physical impacts of that are second to none. I fractured my tailbone, a couple days before hell week started, so I went through hell week with a fractured tailbone. I wasn't able to do sit ups or anything like that. I was colder than I've ever been in my life, even despite the fact that it was towards the end of the summer. When we were going through our training, and there were times when you have a come to Jesus moment and go, can you physically make it through this type of stuff?.

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"coronado california" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"coronado california" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"And welcome everybody to not so famous achievers weekly conversations. Some of the world's most amazing but not so famous achievers what they did and how they did it and what you can learn from their journey with your host will chris and robert white guys. It's wonderful to be with you. This is robert and We have an incredible guest today. Ty smith is with us tie was destroyed by a dear friend chad burmeister. They are both working in that kind of general artificial intelligence space and both of them have a unique wall of the. I think a lot of us have some fear of a i because it's going to take over the world and do our thinking for us and all of that stuff but tien chad share or something that i think it's really important. That is they have a set of principles underneath their technical skills. And and what they sell they They're more interested in humans and their impact on human race than they are in parading their technology. I hope i didn't say that the wrong way. Tie welcome to conversations with the not so famous achievers. Thanks so much for having me today. And i think that was very well put i i get. That's what i get paid the big bucks for nothing. That's why world puts up with me. Well i i want to introduce you to my new friend ties smith. Yeah wonderful A wonderful tie. You tell me a little bit out in utah told me you're in coronado california. I am so is that where the businesses the businesses headquartered in la hoya San diego county california. So about fifteen twenty minutes north of where i live in coronado and how many employees there are four full time employees. We're actually actively growing our engineering team right now. So i think we're about to send out an offer to an additional data scientists later today. Actually we also have an additional four full-time engineers that are offshore and yet so a lot of lot of remote remote Work yeah everyone still working from home for the most part. I go off a couple of days a week just to kind of change things up a little bit. But for the most part everyone is still working virtually anti For many of us a as a super complicated thing and my understanding of what europe to is helping companies of monitor communication that might get the company in trouble or causes the company culture to go in a direction that the leadership is not happy with is at the summit close to that. No very good though concert. They i is an afc driven communication safety analysis software that integrate with the internal communication services an organization is using and we still primarily for large enterprises that have greater than thousand employees but our solution integrates corporate email and chat with employs are using microsoft team or slack in order to chat with one. Another should integrate with that as well. Con- safe a has the ability to in near real time with meaning within ten or fifteen seconds. Find an alert. Hr decision makers of instances of toxic communication. That happened over email and chat. So we're talking about situations like sexual harassment. Anything around diversity and inclusion discrimination bullying even if an employee threatened parm. Our solution will find it within a matter expecting and let human beings know that one needs to get involved right now route. What an incredible use of technology. I mean you basically hit all of the kind of human problems that are plaguing us right now as a society. That's incredible and it's a really really big deal you know. This problem is costing. Us businesses five hundred twenty billion dollars every year in las expenses and revenues. And that's just in the united states alone and unfortunately as a result of the covy nineteen pandemic. This problem is growing rapidly. I well because we've seen an increase in threat trends that have have sprung up on us here in the united states alone over the last year and a half. So we've seen a nice a massive spiking gun sales in the united states a massive spike in sale parts which means the third individuals out there piece together firearms that are fully untraceable by the united states government and where that really scares daylights life out of me when i see sitter. Instances like the siege on our nation's capital. We don't know how many of those people were armed. We don't know how many of them were armed with firearms that were totally untraceable by the united states government in the event they use those firearms against our federal employees that were after nation's capital that day but moving on we've seen a massive bike and fiber bullying fiber and fiber sexual harassment homegrown terror child abuse domestic violence. All of the above has skyrocketed over the last year and a half as a result of the kobe nineteen endemic and we spent a tremendous amount of time talking to our current and prospective customers in order to understand it. What's keeping the leaders of the company up at night and make no mistake. Organizational leadership is really concerned with the possibility of some if not all of these variables finding their way into the workplace whenever we do reopen the workplace until our employees to come back to the brick and mortar environment. And a tie have you you know before Kind of the recent polarization in our society people were already being jerks on social media. You know the so-called keyboard warrior Saying things that they would never say face to face. at least. that's my sense of it. Have you been able to discover any distinction between the people that just Say things on on In email on chats that it just wouldn't say in person and wouldn't act on idea develop any opinion about that about that distinction between the people better just blowing off steam and being artificially brave or whatever they are many versus something that really needs action. I think that it comes down to it. Comes down to means and intent when you're considering each particular instances that take place on social media for example if someone worth a stay on twitter. Hey i'm gonna find highsmith and i'm going to. I'm going to kill him. Because i don't like what his company doing. I think it's a threat to humanity because they is gonna take over the world we look at that particular statement and go. Oh my god. I should really be careful of my life right now but we have to go deeper and look at means it first and foremost meet the person that saying that. We have any idea where that person is located because if they're in india and and they're they're saying over twitter they don't really have the means to go through with with what they're saying they're going to do unless they're gonna they're gonna hop on a plane by all the way over to the united states they're gonna find their way into poor and auto california and then they're going to have to figure out. Hey how do. I even get close to this. This retired navy seal. That's living in coronado in surrounded by all of his former field teammates. How do i get to that person and actually go through this attack that we have to look at means an intent. You know all of the above.

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"coronado california" Discussed on Six Degrees of WTF

Six Degrees of WTF

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"coronado california" Discussed on Six Degrees of WTF

"Serum on you l. because he refused to talk is that what is it but all the serum did was making pass out lord but is this. I don't know i like seeing movies. Where they're like. We're going to give you some truth serum. I didn't realize it was a real thing. I thought it was just something that existed in movies it. I thought it was just something that existed. Mary potter called beer to serum views. That there's all tell you my truth. Serum is gimme some nice vodka tonic. Tequila or tequila opens everything from phones. Usually for me. But that's a story for the podcast anyway. So since no one could speak up and prove that you all was ever at the scene of any of the crimes they couldn't formally arrested for the murders but they did send in prison for life for as being a habitual offender. Since he had stolen and sold several cars and then been involved in several counterfeiting scams. He was released in nineteen seventy three and then died in a nursing home in dallas in nineteen ninety. Three but again there were no more murders or attempted murders after the stocks have been shot outside of the panic spreading right throughout the tone and then eventually throughout arkansas and texas and some of the surrounding states the police were flooded with panic calls people claiming they saw prowlers that they heard gunshots but no one else was murdered so again. The original movie was released on christmas eve. Nineteen seventy-six just two years before. Halloween kicked off the slasher movie craze. And to this day every year around halloween in texarkana. The town plays the movie to close out the yearly movies in the park event which has been a tradition since two thousand three and evidently the park where it takes place is just a few feet from where the last two kids were called. Tau kind of fucked up but in two thousand fourteen. So the the sequel which has the same title the town. Sundown focuses on that town. It takes place in texarkana and it kicks off during one of these movies in the park event while they're watching the original movie and a copycat killer strikes. I am so going to put that on my bucket list. Go to texas texarkana for the film festival and watch that movie in the actual town. That would be how would that be. Okay it sounds so morbid does. But it's also kind of like i mean for people like us kind of sounds. Now have to report on your first story so going to do that. I love it close. I definitely need to see that movie. Know in a lot of people say this was the first real slasher movie. But i would not agree because black christmas. The original black christmas was out in nineteen seventy four with a living. That was that the latest black. Christmas was a remake over. There have been two remakes of the original. Seventy and then i was still living in texas when the next one came out of house like lacy shebbeare and and carrie fisher was in it and then there was another one. Just like this past christmas. I think kerr the year before another remake. I haven't seen any of them a really. I've seen one and the second. I didn't see the latest one okay. But that was about a dude hiding in the house stocking some sorority sisters on christmas so and that was a slasher abia slasher because everyone says the halloween kicked off the slasher movie craze which really did kick off the craze because the success of that movie farmer the thirteenth all the others but that actually started and depending on your definitely slashings right before that exactly. Oh my gosh that was really perfectly spooky. It is so let's take a break. Come back for your story. Welcome what story do you this story really kind of this is one where someone definitely died and trigger warning there is a child does die one of the people in there's speculation of sexual assault and things like that but there aren't many details about it so i think it'll be fine but just in case you are sensitive to that so this is about rebecca how rebecca was born march fifteenth nineteen seventy-nine in northwestern. Burma she came from a family of chin ethnicity and was raised as a protestant she lived in nepal in germany. All these places and then she came to the us at some point. I say it's an oh in two thousand and one. So she was born in seventy nine. She came to the. Us in two thousand one so in give you just a little overview of her time line when she got here. She came over here with her family. Her family mostly lived in saint joseph missouri in two thousand and two. She got married to a thirty six year old nursing student in arizona in two thousand eight just few years after getting married she started having an affair with a man named jonas shack. Ni- who was the ceo of medicis pharmaceutical. He was one of the highest. Paid ceos in arizona. He made six point four million dollars in two thousand ten. I know most of those people anyway. He had two previous marriages. His first one was a girl. Kimberly and that resulted in a divorce in a nasty custody battle. Over the couple's two children the second one was a woman named gina raimondo. They had a son. Max 'field aaron shack night that they called max in two thousand and nine. Rebecca was arrested for shoplifting. After stealing a thousand dollars worth of jewelry from macy's in phoenix and she pled guilty. She was off out off. Dow mc afoul mc technical center of comic like tech. They did i have all. Yeah okay guess. He was an upcoming technician until december two thousand ten. She and neil divorced in two thousand eleven so she had this big long affair in the middle of this marriage that she had and then they got divorced so she and jona were still together while in on july eleventh two thousand eleven. Rebecca max the sun and rebecca's teenage sister zena. They were at jonas mansion that he used as a summer estate. You know how you do in coronado california and at some point during the day max fell face first over the second floor banister for injuries to his spinal cord and i know this affected his heart his heart rate and his breathing. Rebecca said that she was in the bathroom when she heard the sound and she found maximum in slater and got her sister to call nine one one. Max was not breathing. He was unresponsive. When an officer arrived he described rebecca as kneeling beside max. Just in total state of shock.

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California School Coach Fired After Tortillas Thrown at Team

Jim Bohannon

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

California School Coach Fired After Tortillas Thrown at Team

"The Coronado California School Board voted to fire the high school basketball coach after a squabble last weekend between the coaching staffs at the division championship. Against the mostly Latino school, the board so tabling potential discipline against Coronado Students seen throwing tortillas of the opposing

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"coronado california" Discussed on The COMEBACK Coach

The COMEBACK Coach

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"coronado california" Discussed on The COMEBACK Coach

"Story because the sun team was one inch clients gets emotional. Point look story isn't episode of the comeback Want mitch it's coming up right now with tim. Lot gonna really use my pledge. Invite you team to welcome you site to the conversation on cops. Thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me now. I'm gonna questions. I'll go lined up and audience has been primed with the introduction. I know about block. And what joel joel. Modus operandi is and. What's rule out what i'd like to do if we can before we get into the maton. Vive it'll is to just the scene a little bit about your early life and what life was like for you as a boy crying because that is involved in the overall story of saying that before yes. My father was officer in the navy so we moved around a lot and a live on navy basis throughout the united states. Not overseas and combat. Sports was always a big part of my life and usually learn from like the marines and people like that the last base it my dad my dad was before he retired was in coronado california and the housing that we had was literally right across the street from the seal compound where the navy seals trained and it was basic underwater demolition school. That a huge. You know obstacle course was literally right across highway that backed up to my house and on the navy housing and so we got introduced. I think was about twelve years old. When i got introduced to the the seal teams and from fascinating so that was my goal is to become a a seal officer I went through school. Got university went through school and Did very well. I had a scholarship a navy scholarship to go through training I got selected to be a candidate for seal training as an officer. That was pretty difficult at the time to do did very well in the training because i knew everything about it but i had something happened during training that kind of union to completely change my life so i was on the fast track. I finished every heart of aleutian in yield training. I had already picked the team. That i was going to because i i did well enough in training to where i was i was given choice and feeling pretty full myself and i had a basically what we call the administrative dive a couple of weeks before graduation. And during that time i was congested. I went down and blew my eardrum. I just you know without going into. I'm trying to give a reader's digest version. And the reason that's important is because it disrupted everything for me first of all i. It ended my seal career before it even started. Because i could no longer pressurize. Dive with my ears. the the damage was extensive That said they kept me in the community. I couldn't be a steel operated at the cabbie and has a special warfare intelligence officer now. This was the first time in my life that i ever dealt with through injury to the human body and i had no idea at the time how this would become basically the the theme the the the thing in my life actually got me on the path were am today..

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"coronado california" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"coronado california" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Of eating humans. Although it can happen, so looks like there have been 78 shark attacks in 2020 and 12 related fatalities. And then Google the amount of dog attacks and fatalities. This world wider nationally. I think it's just national. It doesn't say. Dog stocks obviously bite a lot more people because 30 to 50 people in the U. S died from dog bites each year. Yeah, obviously you have to be in the ocean to be bit by a shark, and not that many people are in the ocean compared to that many people walking around around 4.5 million Americans or bitten by dogs every year rear every year every year. Yeah, and dogs are man's best friend. Wow. But how many people died from architect 50 a year 50 approximately per year. That's just here in this country. Yep. Crazy. Let's talk to Jim in the spring. Oh, let me see. Let me try this again. Jim in the springs. Hey, you're OK away. You've got me, You know, I'm actually an open water marathon swimmer myself on by wish more people would really embrace the joy of open water swimming because there's really Nothing like it. I've been a member of a winning relay team from line item Alley back in 5, 2004 hours and 51 minutes And then just for Pleasure. I've taken swimming adventure trips that are offered in Eastern Europe for a number of times, and I wouldn't want to plug the organization unless I was allowed to, But it's really something to experience and that Anybody with any swimming ability and proper training can really enjoy, huh? So is open water just means that big nose gear, right? Yeah, I mean, open water. Of course. You know, I've never been a wimp. That's Warren. A Web suit not raced in 54 degree water off a Coronado, California. Not a big deal. Um But yes, open water. I mean, there's open water adventures for really even all abilities with this company that I've had several trips with through eastern Europe Montenegro. Greece and Croatia island hopping, and that's really just a tremendous experience. And what's your experience with sharks? I've had a few like, you know, I've seen them and it's just kind of like you go my way I go yours, but it's never really bothered me to a sense. Um, when I did the Lanai to Mallie Channel race Our boat s court spotted a pot of spinner dolphins, and he's kind of like, Oh, that's a good sign. No Tiger shark today. Yeah, I used to. Ah, scuba dive off of Catalina Island quite often, and Catalina is known for number one. It's a deep dive. Number two Great great white sharks out there in that channel. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, And I've done the observation trip have never been out to the Caroline Islands about 35 miles due west of San Francisco. No That's a huge feeding spot, and that's It's really exciting toe. See what goes on out there because they even have sharks that they track like there's a giant one They call scar girl. And she's just massive and she doesn't take any crap. I I'll never forget a story. I read in the paper up there when I when I was doing a lot of diving about a guy who was diving off, Catalina. And a spear fishing. And so it's like I said, it's a deep dive as soon as you get in the water off, Catalina Year down 50 ft. Form or And he said, this gigantic great white just kind of slowly. Swam up to him. Faced him up face to face this great like it just lifted. Looking at each other. He shot him in the head. With a spear gun in the Great White didn't even blink. Nothing great White just kept looking at him. With the spirit, his head turned. It swam away. The guy hung on to The spear, which was attached to you know a rope. Got got up to the surface got in his boat. And this great White told him around for hours. In the boat with the spear in his head, but but shooting this thing in the head and it didn't even he didn't even flinch. Wow! Which which I thought was pretty amazing. And I'm not sure if he ever did if he was able to get the great white You know if the great would eventually would get tired, I would think telling the boat around. I'm not sure what the outcome of that was, but I'll never forget that story. Being somebody who used to dive out there. Yeah, Yeah, yeah. Open water. Swimming is just a phenomenal experience. And I think everybody should get into it. Okay? I'm weird like that. Did you like our guest? Sarah when we had around last hour? I'm really sorry that I only caught the last few minutes and I was so jazzed. I wish I would have heard the whole thing because yeah, that's quite a story. And that part of the world for open water swimming is is really awesome. I mean, you know the Lanai to Mallie Channel area. Around Molokai, where she was. It's just you get that deep, inky blue, and it's Yeah, there. You really can't words can't describe. Yeah, well, I think you could listen to it later on our podcast on the website. I believe in listen to it now. All right now it's already it's already up. So go to K away news radio dot com. And it'll be on the Logan and Louis Page. Right. Thanks so much, All right. Yeah. Yeah. Thank you. Yeah, We're getting a lot of good comments on the show today. Very, very cool. Um, a.

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"coronado california" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"coronado california" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"The sources are linked in the show. Notes i just want to touch on something quickly. One of my listeners is. Let me know that i had a spanish language. Ad on one of my previous episodes. I totally apologize for any ads. Any you find annoying unfortunately since moving to spreaker have no control over which adds or putting my podcast. The ads are regional so depending upon where you were listening from. You're gonna get different ads again. If any are problematic. Please let me know. I appreciate you reaching out in taking the time and i do apologize for any issues regarding. That's okay page. Are you ready to get into it. Absolutely let's go. This is the story of an accident in an affluent area of coronado california six year. Old boy playing on his razor scooter would go over the second floor. Banister and plunged to the ground floor face i. His father's girlfriend would go into life saving mode and perform cpr. The boy will be rushed to the hospital where doctors and nurses would do everything that they could. The boy's mother and her twin sister were angry at the woman her boyfriend. The boy's father insisted that the boy would have died if she hadn't performed cpr the boy's mother and fathers than most of their time at his bedside keeping vigil during this time. The boy's uncle arrives in town after dinner. The brother as well as the woman go back to the coronado mansion. He settled into the guest room. She goes to the main house in speaks to her sister. On the phone around eleven pm of voicemails left around twelve thirty by the woman's boyfriend informing her of the negative prognosis for his son. She never calls back with phone records. Indicate she or someone else with access to our phone checks her cell phone messages hours later around exporting five. Am the boyfriend's brother would discover. Her body bound gagged a naked with black paint on her breasts and smear plot on her thigh hanging from the second floor spare bedroom balcony by red nautical rope. Was this a tragic suicide or was it murder. This is a story. The death of mac shack nye the mysterious death of rebecca how rebecca's how was born in burma now referred to his myanmar on march fifteenth nineteen seventy-nine. She hailed from the chin state. This was in the chin hills the population. Now's a half a million. It was decidedly less wonder backwards. Born the channels are predominantly christian with christianity representing over eighty five percent of the people who reside there the chin people due to their differing religious ideologies. Burma is predominantly. Buddhist have been referred to as the forgotten people this is due to the fact that historically there have been abuses in persecution not only in burma but also in india's while there continues to be ethnic and religious tensions in burma to this day. Rebecca's parents were born again. Christians and very devout in their religious practices rebecca's father was very active politically and due to rising tensions. The family decided to leave burma. It appeared that there wasn't a solid plan in place they like many other families needed to get out of the country as their lives may depend upon it. They were forced to move around settling in india for a period of time. The seemed like a logical move as simply needed to cross the border into india. How family lived there for several years before travelling to nepal and subsequently immigrating to the united states on a side note i've been to myanmar with my husband also touts burma. We went to the strangest city. You like something out of a zombie. Apocalypse spread out and barely a soul in sight..

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"coronado california" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"coronado california" Discussed on Pantheon

"Coast coronado california. Is there an air force base there. Then you basically probably. That's i think san diego. If i'm not mistaken that's in the san diego area. I mean she starts life there but People that we know that our navy kids or air force kitchen move around a lot and she did that. We touched on earlier. She finds herself. They're in school. Chris and her me as their forming a band and other things are swirling in the world of cbgb's and everything else punk rock and new york city. He is wooing her in wooing her all suitors as he described in our interview with chris france and wins her heart and her hand and now they've been married coming up on forty four years of marriage One of the great rock and roll couples. And chris was on with us and he told us that tina's getting ready to write her book. She may even have it written but he did not deal that. I think she's got coast to be public. Because i think it's supposed to be out. In twenty twenty one isn't hers bestsellers mazing couple bestsellers talking about their relationship and banned from two different perspectives. It's fantastic absolutely fantastic. Her family's a very creative family in general that both parents even though he was a structured military man was very supportive of the arts. And you have to look her brother. Yawn designed the Salvador dali Museum he's the architect to design that. So how that's very encouraging. Chris said that his parents to are also navy right. So it's something that we're learning about. Life is military adjacent life. And it's nice to see that like we talked about before and i you know. She goes into hooks up with his guys at rhode island school of design. Which you know. They all speak highly of their experience there and talking heads compass point all stars. Tom tom club. We talked about them planning on this podcast recently. And i'm not sure it would've gone her on here to find out i if she ever met steven van zandt. I'm gonna guess yes. I would love to know and i know you reached out to chris Before we recorded today and if we find out anything or we'll add in an update online somewhere sometime. And that's what we do do really. I'm going to guess that they've shared a stage of the festival. And i'm going to guess that they have met at events and i'm trying to think because they've all been involved in in some form of activism over the decades as well so their paths could have crossed that way to to impressive pedigrees in two great musicians who have had a huge impact on the direction of rock and roll differently post-punk before there was post punk new wave before there was new wave. That's the talking heads talking. Heads east street band both in the rock and roll hall of fame both bands these members these birthday twins impact that that both bands are impacted enter different with different people involved and therefore the connection becomes a hall of fame connection something that we're starting to see too. Is we start talking. More and more about different sets of birthday twins. Absolutely and by the way chris and tina together since mid seventy s period married since seventy seven two sons. And if you follow chris on facebook you can see their view of the world daily you almost. He just recently posted this picture that he does from their deck on on the pond. They live near and he did it for a whole year. And he didn't do every day when he took all the ones that he did post over the ear and turned it into a big file of all pictures of his day there in connecticut. And we're happy to know. We look forward to her book. Maybe on these days silvio dante will write his book time does he have time to write a book at a time. When you think guys would be slowing down a little bit and and taking it easy the talking heads are talking about. Possibly reuniting for roadwork after the pandemic and things are clear. Bruce's sitting everything out for this year while they wait for things to clear going out in twenty twenty two. That's the plan. She's got other stuff coming. But you know they're not going to tour this year and who would have ever thought rudy sars. Oh himself checking in on the podcast. Very funny fellow that ruiz rs yet. Can you believe that. He was so in tune with our frequency and our energy that he knew to pick up the phone and call us. while we're recording. Huda thunk it. Now me. I'm just glad it happened. Thank you universe and thank you rudy. Sars oh and don't forget you can find him on the monsters of rock radio network. It's the six degrees of rudy sars. Oh and from talking to him for just a few minutes. I can't wait to get him here for a full episode on the podcast looking forward to it. We got the email from hefei teneo. Who is a huge fan of the imbalance history of rock and roll. And we thank you for your comments on our facebook page He sent us a note. Saying i've been enjoying your podcast. The last couple of months just searching rock music history and found yours. that's interesting. I guess we named it right. You seem open ideas and after hearing your top by christmas songs. I thought it would be interesting to hear your pick me up songs. Oh you're pick me up songs okay. music in mental health suicide prevention unpopular topics that require rock and roll sized. Came home needs to take on. Oh i think we've proven we got those quixote's fa and his. Here's my Keep the spirit of christmas alive all year long playlists and he hit me with a link to a spotify playlist which i'll put up We'll tweet it dude. Thank you for finding us. And thanks for sending that email. Thanks for being inactive part of what we do here about to come up with a five favorite pick-me-up song i can do it down down and we're gonna make an episode soon my friend. Thanks sarah hefei for the employment. We do appreciate it. That's what you do. You send us an email at amounts history at g. Mail dot com. When we started birthday twins. We thought we do a couple and see how it goes. We're up to five six pairs if you can't both in this episode but it's a birthday twins number five here on the podcast and it's been a lot of fun learning about each and every one of these musicians in a different way but trying to dig into their musical histories to find out if they're connected is even more exciting and more really. Get into that you really do. I do because he gets to be a detective in a way that you do it for this episode of birthday twins. We have good list more so we'll get to more birthday twins dan line but that's it for this episode. 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"coronado california" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"coronado california" Discussed on KTRH

"Shot. By Random New Year's Eve celebratory gunfire. He was asleep inside an apartment when the bullet penetrated his apartment bedroom wall. A 24 year old woman was celebrating the new year with her family in their backyard when her grandfather allegedly intoxicated, fired off a gun and she was shot in the stomach. A Texas judge is allowing Austin and Travis County's restaurant curfew to stay in place Judge Amy Clark Me. Jim issued the ruling yesterday afternoon, saying eateries and bars had to shut down a 10:30 p.m.. They were allowed to reopen at six o'clock this morning, but they have to close again at 10 30 each night through Sunday. That decision was upheld by the third Court of Appeals last night. We did get some good news this morning. We had told you earlier a couple days ago about a Cleveland woman who had been kidnapped and it two o'clock this morning came word from the Cook County Sheriff's Office in Chicago. That Erica Rios Bell Dez is found and saved her abductor behind bars it Woz who had been suspected of kidnapping Bell, Dez, a bell for yard. Oh, he was in possession of a weapon at the time when he was arrested. Wrench in the works in the Georgia Senate runoff election just days before runoff elections in Georgia Senator Purdue and his wife are in quarantine after coming into contact with someone positive for Corona virus. Radu was expected to campaign with President Trump on Monday. In a statement, a campaign spokesman said that produce recently tested negative for the virus. The incumbent is locked in a tight reelection battle with Democrat John Assaraf the race along with the second run off on January, 5th will determine the balance of power in the Senate. Rachel Sutherland Foxes. And the bad news from Southern California, San Diego County reporting three more people have tested positive to the new variant of Cove it this whole thing began with cases being reported in Colorado, and then this morning also a report of another case in South Florida. Katie, our age news time is 11 03, former Pennsylvania governor Dick Thornburgh. His died. He served as U. S attorney general under President Reagan, Beginning in 1988 was held over by President Bush. 41 Thornburg was 88. It's a new year and across the country, new state laws there will be no more dog racing in Florida under a new statewide law taking effect today. The final Greyhound race was just before midnight yesterday. Many of Florida's dog racing tracks are converted now into casino style establishments. Virginia institutes a new tax on tobacco products. Six individual counties and Indiana are hiking income tax on residents and in Coronado, California, gas powered leaf blowers.

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"coronado california" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"coronado california" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Classic Chevrolet President Trump and President elect Joe Biden gave New Year's Eve messages to Americans boxes. Rachel Sutherland reports In a video posted to Twitter President Trump touted progress on Corona virus vaccines. Years from now they'll be talking about it. They'll be talking about this great great thing that we did press select Joe Biden and his wife, Dr Jill Biden. And appeared on the Jumbotron in New York City's Times Square on Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin Eve With Ryan Seacrest on ABC. You've never been a single thing. America's been unable to overcome no matter how drastic it's been. The dueling messages came is the president elect prepares to assume office in 20 days, Rachel Sutherland. Boxes. Dallas fire rescue investigators working on the cause of a four alarm fire early this morning and a condominium complex on Walnut Street near a deal you rode. Most of the 16 units in the building were damaged, and one resident was hurt. Investigators think the fire was probably started by combustible materials left too close to a heat source. Phase three clinical trial for one of the next cove in 19 Banks. Scenes underway in Plano, Dr Jeffrey Adle Glass says he's looking for participants with pre existing health risks. Someone who has control diabetes or hypertension or over the age of 65. These are all people that will qualify. The trial uses the Novavax vaccine, which, unlike other vaccines, contains coronavirus proteins, but no genetic material. And it's the first day of a new year. And that means a number of new state and local laws. Boxes Evan Brown, There will be no more dog racing in Florida under a new statewide law taking effect today. The final Greyhound race was just before midnight yesterday. Many of Florida's dog racing tracks are converted now into casino style establishments. Virginia institutes a new tax on tobacco products. Six individual counties and Indiana are hiking income tax on residents and in Coronado, California, gas powered leaf blowers are now illegal. That local ordinance applies to homeowners. And lawn care pros. Evan Brown Fox News From the W B A P News desk. I'm Clayton Nevil. Your Next update at 9 30 24 7 coverage it w b a p dot com This is.

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"coronado california" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"coronado california" Discussed on KTRH

"The bowl dropped to a nearly empty Times square in New York. I'll go ahead, Kick up your heels. Make no mistake. 2020 is in the history books. There were fireworks in Houston neighborhoods and in Sydney, Australia. At the Opera house, where people were banned from gathering and in London. Barriers were placed around Trafalgar Square to keep people away. But let us begin with some good news. We told you earlier about a Cleveland woman who had been kidnapped. And it to this morning came word from the Cook County Sheriff's Office in Chicago. That Erica Rio spell does is found and safe. Her abductor behind bars it Woz, who had been suspected of kidnapping Valadez, a bell Fajardo. He was in possession of a weapon when arrested. 125,000 Americans welcoming in the new year in hospital beds diagnosed with Kovar, that's a new record. 3200 died on the last day of the year. Bringing the death totaled more than 345,000 in the country. New Year new You new strain A cove it has Dr Mark McKay very concerned Well, the kind fact is appeared to encompass the new mutated strains, but I am very concerned about the new mutated sprains. Strength because it means that the velocity of transmission is going to be a lot higher. That is the vaccines going to be stickier. It's gonna be more contagious and it's going to rip through society faster. S O. That is a concern. Cases of the new strain were reported in Southern California, starting off in Colorado. But going forward, we will have to assume that it's in a lot of other places as well. Katie R. H News time is 503 New Year all across the country got some new state laws. There will be no more dog racing in Florida under a new statewide law taking effect today. The final Greyhound race was just before midnight yesterday. Many of Florida's dog racing tracks are converted now into casino style establishments. Virginia institutes a new tax on tobacco products. Six individual counties and Indiana are hiking income tax on residents and in Coronado, California, gas powered leaf blowers are now illegal. That local ordinance applies to homeowners. And long care pros. Evan Brown Fox News They do get loud Ktrh news time 503 New Year new approach for the Rockets, they won. James Harden had 33 points and eight assists in last night's first win of the season. 1 22 to 1 19 over the Kings that Toyota Center guard John Wall says it was nice to be back on the court. Thank you for school. I'm missing meeting shots trying to get the rust off. No matter how much I'm practicing, playing pre seems a little different When you get in a real games on. It was great. Asking fans idea was great to get out. First win wall had 22 points. Rockets now one into the Rockets, and the King is gonna play again. Four o'clock tomorrow in Houston. A pre great post game brawl. Absolute massive brawl marred Mississippi State's 28 26 win over Tolson, The Armed Forces Bowl in Fort Worth started during the postgame handshake quickly turned ugly, with multiple players punching and kicking. Police had to be called on to the field to break it up. Big Ball games today. Alabama Notre Dame first up three. Then it's seven. Clemson and Ohio State that will determine who's gonna play for the championship news on demand that Ktrh Doc, another updated 5 30. I'm Nikki Courtney on Houston's news. Weather and Traffic station is radio 7 40 Ktrh. When you think about investing what comes to mind? Is it a portfolio.

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"coronado california" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:02 min | 2 years ago

"coronado california" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I let our theme play out a little longer, because I got a call earlier from a nice lady from Yale, Iowa. She didn't give me your name, but a big shout out to her. She's probably saying, she said. Here you're seeing every night and I just love it. What is it? Let's do to Dubai by BERT Keys and it's on old 45 from 1965 on clock record. And so they were just having a good time in the studio. Bert Keys is quite accomplished, usually not as an artist himself. But a writer, producer and And Morvillo hind the scenes but that is due to do Boss says So right on the clock Records label. And just before the show, I had a hard drive. Go south on May. Yes, it committed suicide. And you rarely do They do that if they've been working a few months, so usually good for years. Unless you're hurl him against the wall, which I've been known to do. But in this case, I did not attack the computer in question. It just died. So I'll deal with it that later, but maybe poor choice of words because when we talk about committing suicide, there is a crisis in this country. Azad was saying earlier. You know, a lot of Americans very patriotic, joined the military to protect our country. They do a great job. They come back and we don't protect them at all. And that is untenable on every level. And so it is that retired United States Navy seals senior chief Ty Smith joins us. Welcome to W A G N ty. Thanks so much for having me. I'm very interested in what you have to say, because you've lived it firsthand and you've come out of it with a heck of a career. You're the founder and CEO of Calm safe. Ai. You got your MBA from University of Southern California and didn't even have to pretend you were on the crewing team. So this is ah. This is a pretty pretty darn accomplished. And you know, I say you were one of the lucky ones. But I'm sure it's a lot more than luck. So let me go back to the beginning. How old were you when you joined the military? I think I was 17. Or maybe just turned 18 years old. Maybe. And where were you? I grew up in eating Lewis, Illinois, right there on the Illinois story border. A lot of people don't know that. The East side of things. Lewis is actually on the Illinois side and very proud to keep Illinois files. Make sure that that's great, But yeah, it's far grew up. Yeah, it's absolutely on the on the Illinois side. It's also the most soulful place around home a k A. T z years ago, Dr Jacket Stein and I love you Cigarettes He has, and ah lot of great soul records there that people didn't realize later, the ax wound up in Chicago. But they started and he ST Louis so quite a quite a history there, So okay, you're You're a high school, kid. You're in east ST Louis. And you decide. I'm joining the Navy. I'm going to see the world. And I guess my first question Woz. What was the first shock you got? Because it's never like you expect. Mm hmm. Yeah, you my desire to join the Navy actually went back a little further than graduating high school when I was 12 year old kid. I happened to watch an old movie recharge called Navy Field. And out of sitting at home watching this movie of my mom and I was completely Intrigued and his other life saw each building. I mean, you're jumping out of airplanes diving on your dark water coming out of the warning foreign places in getting in gunfights with Bad people. I was just completely in what? Actually what? I thought I looked up at my mom. That night. I said, Mama, That's what I want to be when I grow up and my mom could have said anything in the world that she looked at me with a straight face and said that be the hardest thing you've ever done in your life. But if you want to do it, you can. You can absolutely do that. And I was a 12 year old kid when she said that to me, and it was something that just stuck with me. And so when I was graduating from high school, I wasn't even close to being ready for college. You know, Growing up anything, Louis? Education isn't really yeah, you know, in everyday topic, it's not something that that's talked about as much as it should be. It's not something that's approach on our youth. As much shit he saw. I wasn't ready for college, but I knew that once I did you get Out of the thing Lewis and that there wasn't much there for me. So fortunately, I had a calling that stay with me from the time out of the little boy, And when it was time for me to graduate, I got out of there as quickly as I could. And my first assignment. Was actually as a military police officer inside being in Italy and I just I had the time of my life. But when 9 11 happened You know, it was time for me to kind of re focused on my dream. Unfortunately out are many the package to go to budge training here in Coronado, and that package was immediately approved. About a week after the planes hit the towers, and I found myself in in Coronado, California, you know in seal training in February 2000 to about 4.5, 5 months after The terror attack on 9 11 and I had a great career after that, But to answer your question of you know what was the first thing that that really shocked me. Believe it or not. The first thing that really shocked me and there was this is really important because it can change my entire outlook on people. Was, you know, Like I said, my first Permanent duty station was in starting in Italy. And in there I was an 18 year old kid's taking orders to Italy and talking to a lot of my friends at the time. That was really excited that I got orders to Italy and Almost every one of the knuckleheads that I talked to You know, they told me, man. Oh, my God. Like you're gonna hate it. Italian people are super racist. I'm not gonna like you people are going to treat you like crap. You're gonna want to come back to the us immediately, and so I went to start in your Italy You know with that attitude and was completely shot literally from day one. Day one I got there and people just treated me like I was this amazing human being that they couldn't wait to me and they've been waiting for their entire lives and totally changed my outlook on not just Italian people, but people in general, and it caused me to realize that People are gonna say a lot of stuff. People are going to talk about it trashed all the time, but ultimately it's up to you. To take in as much data as you can and make your own decisions based off what you think and what you feel Not they stop with other people of change. That is a terrific life lesson. If that was the only thing you learned in the military and you learn much more, but that alone would have put you put you in good stead. I'm talking by the way with Ty Smith and he is a retired United States Navy seal senior chief. We're talking 20 years of military six tours in Iraq and Afghanistan as well as coming out of that getting an MBA at USC and having calm safe AI, which will talk about as well. So Ty has done very well. But on Veterans Day also wanted to highlight a crisis that we have among many returning veterans that in some ways is being swept under the rug, and we need to get that out. In the open. We will. We'll talk more about Ty and that as well. And if you want to join us 8888765593 88 88 R o. L l y e on w g and radio. W G. I'm your O'Donnell in Washington D C system moment The role of a journalist is to open the window into another world of experience. I feel an incredible responsibility. We have to make sure we're right that were fair, but also.

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"coronado california" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:30 min | 2 years ago

"coronado california" Discussed on KGO 810

"Secret in 2015. Donald Trump did something that no body in public life had ever done before. And what was that? Well, I think we all know it is. It is unfathomable to me. That the military can support him in any way whatsoever. But I mean, what do I know? I was not in the military. Our next guest, however, though, ah has a little bit of experience there. He's an expert in terrorist strategy tactics, ideology, torture, torture, Russians and, of course, the military serving the U. S. For Navy for 20 years and gotten many military decorations also has a US Navy specialist in naval cryptology was of all the numerous counterterrorism intelligence in combat operations. I don't have enough time to go through everything on this guy's resume, but he's currently on MSNBC, NBC contributor. Especially in the field of of terrorism and counterintelligence, and he has a lot of great books. My favorite. The plot to portray America joins us here on KGO Malcolm Nance. I know that there's probably words can't probably capture how many people like yourselves has served this country feel when the president says things like this, but What was your reaction when you heard about this Atlantic article? Well, you know, the funny thing is is that Donald Trump has insulted the military so many times before and the intelligence community that I've had the same reaction many times before. It's just that now you can see it. On a national scale. How people are reacting to it. A cz You know, I'm I'm with MSNBC and last Friday on the joy, Reid show. I made it pretty clear. Just what I mean is that you know, I'm an old Navy chief. And as chiefs, we are the common sense of the Navy. We are the guys who Callum recalibrate people both up and down the chain of command because we are the technical and technical experts and I went off like a navy chief. And the question that I that I that I ask all the time. And perhaps it was my You know my moment of have you no decency, I said, very simply What's wrong with him? What's wrong with you? What's wrong with Donald Trump? Difference beyond him, just being a jerk. This is a person who has an ingrained contempt. Of those people who served the country. And all of his posturing, his toys soldering, you know, warning generals and admirals saluted his command and Marines to hold open the doors like he did. Ah, you know, going out to his inaugurate, You know he's not in origin, but his nomination speech, which by the way, was stolen from Vladimir Putin. Literally were named by frame from Putin's inauguration. You know, with Marines opening the doors for him and people applauding him. This man is a dictator in waiting. And he is waiting for us to fail this November 3rd. So that's what I thought. I thought, you know, he He also holds grudge so you can be pretty sure. That he will open his mouth again and he will start hurting people. And in fact, he did it. I think yesterday when he said that essentially the admirals and generals We're in it for money to make money off the military industrial complex. This is a mad man in control of atomic bombs. Just want to point that out to you. Yeah, You know, I saw you and I on Saturday. I went up to Safeway. And there's a guy that sits out there with his little trump thing. You know, he's selling trump hats and they let him sit there for whatever reason. And I lost it. I lost it on him. You know I had When I was a kid. I had four older sisters and one of their friends died in Vietnam. 11 days short. And you know, I remember the Tain the family remembered as a kid. It struck me that this person was never coming back. You know, and had had a family member in the plane and its Pentagon. You know, so I mean, I'm not. I'd have never observed right I was. I was too old, too young for Vietnam, a tool for the other words. So I've always had great respect for people that did because I know at the end of the day it comes down to like I won. I forget the guy's name. One of the Hogs from the Redskins when he was being accepted in the football Hall of Family said, I had a job again about moving people against their will. That's kind of like what our military has to do sometimes. We have to move bad people against their will, and they don't do it. You know again, I'm not again. I'm not your typical liberal, But in that regard, I realized that we don't get to be liberals without the military. That's I don't get to have these thoughts without them On the Trump side, there's no Patriot. Where they think that they own thing is they don't think they own the military through militarism. Which is the use of the military as a tool of a principle tool of government. In many cases with Donald Trump in the first two years, his primary tool of government she's hated State Department. He gutted State Department and he made the Department of Defense the primary, You know, Mission manager for just about everything from hurricanes and everything. The man is a child. He has a child's view of tin soldiers and the things that got him most motivated or the Russian May Day parade. And the French best field day parade, which showcase their militaries. And Trump was horribly jealous of these to the point where he wanted these parades and he thought, Oh, if I give the military loads of money, they'll love me. Well, polls show the military overwhelmingly does not love Donald Trump. And now he you know, he says, he's letting out we're hearing All the hateful things teach, truly believed we. This is gaining traction chip because it's true. We've brought him with our own ears. Starting with John McCain. I was notorious about the things, he said of John McCain. I taught at the survival evasion, Resistance and escape school in Coronado, California, which, by the way, the front Boulevard and part of our school is named after John McCain, his father and his grandfather, McCain Boulevard, and I read the dossiers on what McCain went through in annoy. Oh, That man is an incredible hero. He kept the faith, you know, he came back and returned with honor. Trump hate those people. He hates John McCain because he's a man. And he could stand on his own two legs in his own accomplishments and what is, Trump said, He's a loser. This man flew 23 combat missions over annoy. Okay. He survived the forest, all by which killed like 186 people. I mean, Trump hates anyone who is better than him. And that's why he hates talking to Malcolm Nance..

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"coronado california" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:30 min | 2 years ago

"coronado california" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Robin Robledo has been living full time in an RV for the better part of five years now with her husband and their five Yes. Five kids. They consider themselves nomads with a purpose. And Robin joins us from the road in the Sawtooth Mountains of Idaho for today's personal connection segment. Robin is nice to meet you electronically married. I appreciate you being here with us all the way from the Sawtooth Mountains in Idaho. Yes. I'm so excited to be here. Thanks for having me. Well, you are very welcome. We just welcome to do affiliate actually in Pocatello last hour on the show that pushed us over 420 weekly affiliates, I think am 9 30 FM 98.9 so not too far from you about three hours or so, your southeast but want to start off with the fact that you and your husband Victor used to live in one of Mary's and my favorite parts of the country. We were just out there is a matter of fact, in February Beautiful Coronado, California a place most people don't ever leave. So you sold most of your belongings in 2015. From what I understand you hit the road would love to know, by the way you did that is married with five kids. What prompted the big change? You know, it is a beautiful place to live, and we were absolutely enjoying a wonderful lifestyle on the beach. But life was moving too fast, and I wanted to make sure that every day we're waking up and creating the connection and living intentionally and As wonderful as the ocean is and the people we just really wanted to kind of own our life and own our time, and I didn't want my kids to grow up and she'll look back and think I wish I got to know him better. I wish I'd spent more time with them. No. You know, we kind of jumped, and it wasn't a huge jump in first, but small jumps and then it just kicked. The ball just keeps rolling. It's five years in and I don't see this ending. Wow. All right. That's so interesting. I love the fact that you guys just did it and you're still doing it. And we know that you've been traveling across the U. S. During this pandemic. I'm really curious to know how you've been faring with supplies, finding campsites how the past four months been Yeah. You know if we try to stay in the forest or the mountains as much as possible, because we're always looking for hiking and rock climbing, But I do have to go into the city every 3 to 4 weeks and stock up a Costco, and it's one of culture shock from being back in the country jungle in the math, and you know if you're out in most campgrounds Very few math. Most campgrounds have been kind of feel like business as usual, except they are more crowded in the last few weeks, For sure, more and more. You have to plan ahead right now, if you want to get a campground for us, it hasn't been too much of an issue because we camped off grid A lot of times. National forests have AH, lot of places where you can Free camp. So that has helped. But you definitely, um You just have to be a little more intentional thinking through, Okay. I might not have Teo a coaster. I might not be close to food and walk up. Unfortunately, stop it. Wal Mart a lot, So I think there are a lot of people on the road doing this this year for sure. So Robin, I want to just quickly read a little bit of a recent block post that I saw on your instagram account from. I think you were in Utah when you posted this and I quote I've never said this lifestyle is for everyone. However, it's perfect for me because it's a constant lesson in a value I hold high adaptability. So I love that word. We agree with you 100% on this word in terms of life is hard. I think the sooner kids can learn to be flexible and had a pivot something that all of us are learning to do right now. During this pandemic, I think it's a great life. Skill. Tell us why. You find this adaptability piece in this constant sort of quest for adventure. You know it. It has made such a difference in. I think my kids skill set in life. The fact that they can adapt so quickly whether we are searching out a campground at the last minute like, Oh, wait, We can't go here. Let's just go down this road or For a gapping in on an airport ticket adaptability something a lot of this crate, But we don't really realize how much we do like it because at the end of the day, it's where you know you get this confidence from adapted. So even if you don't argue, let's live. They're living in a Barbie. If you're traveling abroad, or even traveling in different cities in the country, we all liked that feeling of And figuring things out because it kind of goes. It goes hand in hand with new experiences, and we all prayed new experiences. But we don't always have the skill set to adapt to them. Fat will definitely something my husband didn't have as much adaptability skills as I did when we started this He's gained them an amount of happiness factor in the process of that has been incredible life changing first, I think you just said that very well. When Mary was introducing you, she mentioned you. The summer is shaping up to be really certainly popular for RV rentals. I can't verify and I tried to. But this week Thor Industries that they make a lot of the you know the RVs Whether it's Airstream, Jaco Starcraft, remember They put out information from a survey that said 46 million Americans plan to take an RV trip over the next 12 months. I thought that was a staggering number, so I really want to talk a bit about the RV lifestyle, the practicality of it. Clearly, there are realities and cautions of driving a large vehicle, for example, You can't take it through the drive through, Okay. And don't try that, folks. Then there's the living part and making it your home. We obviously know things could break down. You just said that campsites Khun B full. You gotta make reservations for that. So any advice for folks listening across the country once they've picked up, you know the type of RV that they want, and then they're ready to hit the road. Yes, I was just rewriting this block yesterday on a couple things is one yourself sustainable. So let's say worst case scenario for us. If we can't find a campsite, we could pull over in the rest area big pull off something that we have all of our water. We have a fridge with food. We're self sustainable, which is why people are drawn to this right now because Sometimes that uncertainty isn't as easy to adapt you with given the situation in the world right now, The other thing is there's two means there's different ways to travel. A lot of people slow travel again. An RV find a campground for a monster at least a couple of weeks, even the most for service roads areas. You can go for up to 14 to 17 days and stay there. I personally barely travel like that We can travel staff on the go. That's where a classy or a ban is a little easier to keep everything packed up. Move, move quickly, But in San Diego, we have a 42 ft fifth wheel that we leave there. Out of the home base, and it stays put. You still have both the same thing about our self sustainability. But how you want to move if you want to move fast or slow work? Um, are you trying to get on the dirt roads or do you want to stick to our view Park? There's a huge range and there really is arranged for everybody. So Brandon before we run out of time, I really want you to talk about your kids for a minute. I was looking at all these pictures on your instagram page. And these kids do not. They just genuinely look happy on DH. I'm assuming they're being home schooled. The older ones are really teaching themselves at this point online, but Is a photo of you in your daughter's in Grand Canyon National Park, and those smiles on those kids really say it all. Have all five of your kids taken to this lifestyle..

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"coronado california" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:04 min | 2 years ago

"coronado california" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Man, the world's greatest endurance race and he is recognized the world over as the voice of iron man and he is called over one hundred and eighty ironman events including thirty straight years of the World Championships in Hawaii I and obvious question Mike which is harder running an iron man or calling. Well. Since I go right to the very end at the seventeen, our mark. I've made a comment to myself and others a lot of time to go blah blah should have just done the race I wouldn't be out here long. So I think doing the race it's probably harder than what I do give us a little bit of history on the iron man. Competition. The man has a deep rich history of started with the United States military a few military buddies in nineteen seventy eight were kinda bragging about who the fittest athletes were were cyclists, runners, swimmers. Commander John Collins from the United States Navy decided. Well, I'll tell you what let's put three disciplines together. Swim Bike and run, and he had these extraordinary. Distances of two point, four miles women, one hundred, twelve bike and and a marathon run, and that's how it all started. It's just got a deep history and it's taken off from there I I people. Now there's forty full distance ironman events throughout the world and people are are clamoring to get into them. Why is Kona the kind of the Holy Grail of iron man. It's the Super Bowl world championship. Last year, there were eighty countries represented in for the World Championship and you must qualify to go there. So you do other ironman races in your home country or other countries, and you finish in the top three or four five, and that's how you qualify to be able to go though. So you got you got the cream of the crop there around you. got. The Best of the best including the professionals in our sport, the elite men and women. You know I once dated a woman who I admired greatly because she was an extreme marathon runner. Now you know that distance is about one hundred miles and I just could not imagine doing it. I can't imagine anybody doing an iron man as well. What is the appeal? I and seems to. Heal people even though they go one, hundred, forty point six miles on on one day something about iron man it's not. It's not what they did that day it's what they became. People have gone through some horrific things in their lives whether it was cancer or loss of a child or a loss of a limb. And they looked out in their future and they said, you know what? I've got a climate iron mountain I know I can do that. I know I can make myself whole by doing that it's not just running race or running a marathon. It's actually becoming setting a goal to become something else than what you are today a better person. So it's it's hard to explain to people out of time, but after somebody doesn't Ironman, they're different they've changed. From Person Yeah Nine I know that you got involved with distance running back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, eight when you're in the first of twelve marathons. But your first triathlon was a nineteen seventy-nine take me through that race for you over the challenges for you. Oh Gosh that was the challenge for me was a slim I was a college wrestler and a runner. So they the ocean with dunking. But once I got the ocean got on the bike was fantastic. It was a triathlon and they start at Coronado California where a lot of the original navy seals we're actually doing ray. So our goal is runners were trying to pass as many as many as these navy seals as they could on the run. That was our goal and and it was. But I remember getting done being so beat up but the next day I go oh my gosh. I cannot believe what I accomplished. Nothing's going to be hard for me from now on work clay whatever it may be I I did a trust on. Mike I. Know You have said that the stories ranged from the incredible to the hilarious share a couple of them with me. Oh Gosh. The incredible stories are. People like. Mike Gergo who wanted to do away with themselves after. Being in the second battle Volusia and the is the second largest of marine life and he came out of that but he he didn't want to survive. He didn't. He didn't want. He wanted to end his life because they had such. Remorse and guilt about being around how come. He's here not as comrades and he discovered working out he actually went on vacation in Hawaii. The same time that ironman Hawaii was there and discovered it and all of a sudden he told me once he started working out intensely for this race. Those feelings of self-destruction went away. He started becoming hold again he started becoming the person before he went into the Marine Corps and he loved the core and love everything he did but. It took something from him and he founded again to Ironman but there's there's also stories of Oh my goodness there's. You know you're where? What? Suit in the swim on the cold water in the first year of Lake Placid in nineteen ninety nine Ah. Young Japanese fellow out of the water and. They lay down and then volunteers step off their wet food for them because you have to expend so much energy getting this wet suit up, we help them do it. So to handlers. Lipped out the wet food he stood up and he forgot to put his bathing underneath. And and the water was cold. The crowd just lot in and I didn't know what to do. I not like WANNA. Make Fun of them because it didn't what was going on, but he just cut himself with one hand to the wetsuit over his shoulder. and. Smiled all the way up the transition as one of the funniest things I've ever seen in forty years and and Mike is a broadcaster my response at seeing something like that would be in he's up.

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"coronado california" Discussed on 27 Club

27 Club

06:43 min | 2 years ago

"coronado california" Discussed on 27 Club

"As soon as Jim Morrison took, the cops helmet from the patrol car. He knew he had officially gone too far. He just didn't care. He had been drinking that once-potent. Walking sideways down the streets. At Tallahassee with his friends on route to a Florida State University football game juice catcalled at the girls. It made fun of the football players, dumb ass, thug, jocks, bunch of shoulder pad, wear and troglodyte one tackle away from a head injury. They wouldn't recognize a passage from each year involved. It was read. Oslo remedial liked could make heads or tails of a Holland Wolf songs. It quickly bit them in the ASS smokestack lightning, and they were culture like Chin. Jim Felt Superior. Jim Whistle made some rude gestures. Get his friends laughing like he was on stage and they were doing audience. These friends whereas new friends last batch roommates. He shared a house with cut him loose after we were keenly their food, drink their beers and played their Elvis Presley records way too loud at night when he crashed his roommates Ford thunderbird into a telephone pole. All of his roommates held a long overdue House meeting. Jim was out out of the house. And now on this night this his new friends, the patrol cars passenger side doors wide open. mccaw was looking the other way. The helmet was sitting there on the seat, begging to be taken. Can these cops these cops just like his parents, just like his old man, and just the jocks on the Gridiron a bunch of rule followers slaves to authority incapable of unique thought. And they thought they could tell him how to live his life. His friends stood next to chimps. He drunkenly swooned from left to right to the ways in which he didn't like being told what to do. Thinking about his friends standing there waiting for the next thing he'd do shock them. Make them laugh. Fuck the police. Fuck this stupid little helmets! He grabbed one on the passenger seat, stuck in on his head swivel around the faces. Friends you're under arrest yelled jokingly, and then made a jerk off hand, gesture his crotch, while like a pig. The next thing he felt was the cop throwing his body up against the squad car, and the hand of authority that ripped the. The helmet from his head, and put his hands in cuss. Jim laughed broke. Free from the cops grasp with his friends gas and chuckles as laugh track. You got about five feet away. His hands strapped tightly behind his back for another cop tackled him, and made them taste the asphalt Jim. Laugh to himself as he thought antastic while man. Is GonNa? fucking hate this. Was Nineteen. Timoth crashed with his grandparents in clearwater in order to attend FSU while his family was in. ALEXANDRIA, Virginia Coronado California or wherever the latest stop in the life of a military family had led them. Jim Been moved out of the house, and although he was no longer, a military brat remained a brat nonetheless was partly because he didn't want this life that he was being forced to accept as reality, he wanted to be out in Los Angeles studying film at Ucla, out in the sun with the artists and the poets and the filmmakers. Florida Florida was all jocks all squares? They're better grass in California and there was a revolution in San Francisco. Bach Nali in distractions in Hollywood. That was a trademark. Jim Morrison fantasy in his parents snapped. It wasn't even up for discussion. Earlier timid hitchhiked country with friend Brian Gates a fellow military brag. Brian was graduating from FSU. It was headed to California. Jim Fashioned himself the next team. In the road trip was his own personal on the road fantasy. He craved something different something off the beaten path you WanNa, do avoid the tourist traps of the archetypal American road trip and go straight the strange riding thumb. We gotta get to the fringe man. That's what he told Brian One night as they plan their own care, Wacky Odyssey, and then we got to get beyond the French. In New Orleans. He hit on a southern girl in a gay bar until her girlfriends stuck them with a knife and threatened his life in Louisiana there were hitching on the side of the road, and picked up by a one eyed redneck with shotgun, who had just gotten out of prison, he thrusts the bottle of shine in their faces with his fingers, caressing the shotgun's barrel told the drink up in Texas, one of Vice President Lyndon. Johnson's cousins picked them up brought to the LBJ ranch in Johnson. City for some barbecue LBJ was in Washington naturally sent his regrets. Whereas Mexico they checked into a whorehouse which went down pretty much exactly like you'd expect. Jim and Brian stuck their thumbs out along the stretch of just about every highway between Tallahassee and Coronado California fucking drinking, and not giving to shits along the way. To California. Jim's mother wouldn't let him into the house until he cut his hair. God forbid his father see Jim's long curly mane. Who knows what he do? Jim was sent packing back to clearwater back to Tallahassee, and back to the last place on earth you wanted to be. Florida! I'm like you already said Fuck Florida. He had to get out. He had to make the forces of crap. Pigs helmet throw up a middle finger at some football players, good drink a bunch of wine and make everyone else feel uncomfortable. Something would stick. Something would help them transcend this godforsaken phallic shape peninsula. Maybe banned from Florida forever that will be just fine with him. And in the meantime he never granted time just doing whatever the hell he felt like doing. He'd get himself band and then some. Not only Florida, but just about every other major city in the country would find itself seduced, and then burned by Jim Morrison in the years to come. He will be loved then just as quickly. He would be hated. He would just float on through dirty, wanting close his eyes and picture himself living that fantasy fucking everyone else's reality. I it will himself to the place that offered an idyllic backdrop for that fantasy. California. He make it to the Golden State sooner than he thought he'd walked that beach. Soak up the sun. His mother wouldn't be able to tell the cut his hair. He gets so famous that even the pigs couldn't keep him down. In California he would find strips upon strips of ASA tabs. He'd find bottles to drown. He'd find three guys who provide a jazz carnival backbeat to the songs in his head songs that as a nineteen year old in Florida. He didn't even know existed yet within him, but I when he finally got to California, he would find a world ready to riot. People took to the streets Los Angeles be on fire and so Jim Marris's fantasy. I'm Jay Brennan?.

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"coronado california" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

Veterans Chronicles

13:07 min | 2 years ago

"coronado california" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

"Welcome to veterans chronicles. I'm Greg Columbus honored to be joined today by Mr Tom Wright's. He is a veteran of the screaming. Eagles the one hundred first Airborne Division of the US army and he is also a veteran of World War Two and parachuted into Normandy. On d day seventy five years ago. Tom Thank very much for your time today. Sir Thank you for taking me. Where were you born and raised? I was born in Coronado California and raised in the same place lace still live in the same house same property wow. You're a lifer Oh yes excellent. When did you join the service when around nineteen eighteen forty three? I joined the service I volunteered reverend. During my serial number was nineteen sixteen. Forty eight fifty nine and the first digit indicates a volunteer if it was three. Then you're at drafty. Why did you choose the army because I was a risk taker? And my father was this gilded enabled aircraft in nineteen thirty four so I wandered as a wandered and for the most part made my own way and the took all the risks. That were possible so after you joined the service you are at both Camp Toco and Fort Benning what. What was that training like well? We originally started Camp Nicola Georgia a small. CCC Camp Deepen the northeastern with these woods for the most part was closed but it was reactivated in debt. Kept quiet that we were not to be seen or known for thirteen weeks as we train to an everything that was experimental we did such experiments that you would just wouldn't believe it. It was tough going to resume until Colonel Wanted Atheletes and college kids and I qualified for both. They had two years of college before for a went in. And I was an athlete ruined the mile and the two miles did being paratrooper. Come naturally to you. That was easy enough because I was in good good physical condition. Then the the Colonel Regimental Colonel Probably went through four thousand individuals. Just get two thousand we. You're a large group of the first time well when we came and earn in Camp Dakota Georgia on Thanksgiving Day. We grouped at a Old See Forty seven Body that was a just to make construction climbed the ladder thirty six feet and they strapped on a harness and harness was connected to a cable on the other side of the C forty seven and a they gave us the G. Ring and a reserve parachute and we were told to jump out not to look down but the lookout and transfer the D ring from one hand to the other. If you fail that you're in deep trouble. When did you go to England? After our training on three or four different levels for efficiency and coordination with other regiments and the division. We went to Camp myles standish in Boston and Were there for several days being processed and we left for England UNLE- William G Gotha L- steel reinforced concrete. Liberty ship was bumped. Eighteen high of two feet wide and six feet. Long Blair was was A convoy we were traveling about ten knots an hour round and do we landed in Glasgow Scotland on January one nineteen forty four. I had the mumps on board ship so I got special treatment in isolation. How long did it take you to recover ten days Plus another ten days in a hospital in Scotland to make sure that things were correct and proper and hilty. I was going to say you had about five months between the time you got there and d day but about half of the first month was taking care of the mumps. So what did you you do for the next four and a half months to get it to get ready. We were all cleared two months and when Louis Ended up in Camp Lambourn in England and we started our training most of those revolved around activities. Is it would be doing enormity not knowing that we were going to Normandy but somewhere on the coast of France for sure. So there was operation. Ration- Eagle beaver and one other final one that Brought US jumping from GI trucks instead. AH The aircraft because the German bombers rover head. When did you learn what exactly your mission would be? I was unaware of the mission. I it was assigned to a Lieutenant Colonel Carol had to know what he's doing. Why is doing it? where he was and had to be able to make contact with immediately he was the the executive officer of the regiment? So most of the fellows no regimen saw the area in which they were going to jump in a a fabricated the Diorama at Depicted at three thousand feet. I didn't get to see that because I had to work with Colonel So talk about the nights that right you embarks. Several things happened. We moved from a barracks. Hearten our shanties in lambourn to present ourselves in good physical shape was the regimental colonel. Who stood on a jeep covered with a camouflaged parachute and gave us a speech? Like go newt. Rodney football game a speech he. It was a knife thrower and had a large bowie knife on his leg and he had a four foot by eight foot. Please apply what three quarters of an inch. Thick was told. Hold your own one side and hit or on the other side. He'd standard about fifty feet and throw that bowie knife at the beginning of a speech. We we called it the knife speech after we heard it and whatever room amounts of speaking he could get through to us because it was the laughable situation when he reached down to pulled out his bowie knife wouldn't come out so everybody starts laughing and he restores his m one on A trench knife through that and it hit the target so we all clapped and he wanted to shake hands with every one of us. So we lined up up. And then he gave us his admonitions and we went on for dinner. We had stake in peace that I remember and then familiar shower. And then we walked over to our aircraft or jump Ashley was Lieutenant at Janssen News each other fifteen percent Cherokee Indian. This is over. He knew what he was doing. And how to fight. You didn't carry Tomahawk bullying errol but it had a carbon dioxide arm so let worked with him and one of the in the squad. Marvin van Buskirk After taking a shower lift his dog tags hanging in the shower and he notified me halfway to the aircraft. That's what had happened. He didn't have them so I said okay. We'll take your equipment. Marvin go back to the shower and see if you can find him. If you can't catch up with us and beat us at the aircraft. He couldn't find them. So we tore up two-piece a canvas and predators name on the best dog tags in the history of of the military because they didn't clank when you ran and rattled in the mess kit from there will be a packed repacked or bundles equipment. We could did not carry on our bodies personally. The machine gun then. A heavy ammunition of mortar bombs for order et Cetera et CETERA. Lada Latte of military knickknacks that for the most part were just too heavy including radio equipment so so everything we did at that point and up to and including combat was experimental aircraft. Practice dropping the bundles twice to see that everything was working and never met the pilot and co-pilot of cruelty but we saw him wandering around some of the Fellas wiper Franken through the exhaust pipe of the engine and put smeared the exhaust on our basis mixed with a little bit of oil from the crank case made Indian fashion out of it for the most part and Then we we boarded. I was last man aboard. Crocodile jumped number one and we loaded a bundled inside the aircraft which would be placed in the door just before I jumped to after all of this repetitive activity was going on the Board at eight forty one English double summertime and I think the golf was at Murrayfield. Aerodrome the eleven million there and It was in a shape of a V.. Six section sixteen head Ed forty five aircraft alcee forty sevens and within that section sixteen or three aircraft in the shape of AV V. I was on the right forward one on on a it takes nine planes to carry Load of a hundred and twenty eight jumpers. We took off at the proper speed and and the the engines and the material start rattled. Bang and I thought the whole machine used GonNa come apart on us but it didn't it You remember generalizing. How're on the field to give us a visit? And he stepped for from his entourage of the people and it gave us a salute as we passed by. Why was in the door for the most most of the time and the rest of the guys were sitting sideways Vista? Could with looking out the window trying to discover where we're going and how and where we were so we. They were in that area for a proud a week and to get an orientation and the takeoff was US move. We assembled at five thousand feet ate the entire Armato was Two hundred miles long ten miles wide list of practically a a nine hundred eighty two c forty seven's and it took about two hours to bring us in and unloaded us on the continent of Europe on the Western coast of the cotton jump and insulin. So from from five thousand feet. We've moved down to the codename Portsmouth. it's codename was Portsmouth Bill. We passed over that and then grow up to fifteen hundred feet to get an under German radar about the middle of thank channel the US up into gave a signal that we were on target and moving properly and we flew up the Bay Biscay with the Klatt it was the Brittany Peninsula on our right and her left to Katainen peninsula. That was really a smart move because we could have turned right and gone into Britney eh or left and gone to the content. We turn blitzed at another Sabrina. It was in the Bay of Biscay gave us the signal and we entered a cotton peninsula. I don't know exactly the time it was. But the lights start flashing over the door to the white light whoever in-flight the green light and a red light and as we Looked at I looked out the door via shake forty seven and a red light went on and gives us approximately eight minutes to get organized and ready to jump so the jump master a AH gave visual and verbal signals. You couldn't hear much in aircraft anyway. Because they did. We didn't have a door that was open. We didn't even have a door and we had a bundle. It was standing right next to me As I stood in the door elude Johnson went to number eighteen jumper and checked him and made sure sure that he was okay after gave the signal to stand up and hook up now. The steel cable at ruins from the pilot's cabin to the act the aircraft and we hook up on that and that had to be done correctly. Otherwise you could get your arm wrapped around a webbing and you're.

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"coronado california" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

Veterans Chronicles

13:07 min | 2 years ago

"coronado california" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

"Welcome to veterans chronicles. I'm Greg Columbus honored to be joined today by Mr Tom Wright's. He is a veteran of the screaming. Eagles the one hundred first Airborne Division of the US army and he is also a veteran of World War Two and parachuted into Normandy. On d day seventy five years ago. Tom Thank very much for your time today. Sir Thank you for taking me. Where were you born and raised? I was born in Coronado California and raised in the same place lace still live in the same house same property wow. You're a lifer Oh yes excellent. When did you join the service when around nineteen eighteen forty three? I joined the service I volunteered reverend. During my serial number was nineteen sixteen. Forty eight fifty nine and the first digit indicates a volunteer if it was three. Then you're at drafty. Why did you choose the army because I was a risk taker? And my father was this gilded enabled aircraft in nineteen thirty four so I wandered as a wandered and for the most part made my own way and the took all the risks. That were possible so after you joined the service you are at both Camp Toco and Fort Benning what. What was that training like well? We originally started Camp Nicola Georgia a small. CCC Camp Deepen the northeastern with these woods for the most part was closed but it was reactivated in debt. Kept quiet that we were not to be seen or known for thirteen weeks as we train to an everything that was experimental we did such experiments that you would just wouldn't believe it. It was tough going to resume until Colonel Wanted Atheletes and college kids and I qualified for both. They had two years of college before for a went in. And I was an athlete ruined the mile and the two miles did being paratrooper. Come naturally to you. That was easy enough because I was in good good physical condition. Then the the Colonel Regimental Colonel Probably went through four thousand individuals. Just get two thousand we. You're a large group of the first time well when we came and earn in Camp Dakota Georgia on Thanksgiving Day. We grouped at a Old See Forty seven Body that was a just to make construction climbed the ladder thirty six feet and they strapped on a harness and harness was connected to a cable on the other side of the C forty seven and a they gave us the G. Ring and a reserve parachute and we were told to jump out not to look down but the lookout and transfer the D ring from one hand to the other. If you fail that you're in deep trouble. When did you go to England? After our training on three or four different levels for efficiency and coordination with other regiments and the division. We went to Camp myles standish in Boston and Were there for several days being processed and we left for England UNLE- William G Gotha L- steel reinforced concrete. Liberty ship was bumped. Eighteen high of two feet wide and six feet. Long Blair was was A convoy we were traveling about ten knots an hour round and do we landed in Glasgow Scotland on January one nineteen forty four. I had the mumps on board ship so I got special treatment in isolation. How long did it take you to recover ten days Plus another ten days in a hospital in Scotland to make sure that things were correct and proper and hilty. I was going to say you had about five months between the time you got there and d day but about half of the first month was taking care of the mumps. So what did you you do for the next four and a half months to get it to get ready. We were all cleared two months and when Louis Ended up in Camp Lambourn in England and we started our training most of those revolved around activities. Is it would be doing enormity not knowing that we were going to Normandy but somewhere on the coast of France for sure. So there was operation. Ration- Eagle beaver and one other final one that Brought US jumping from GI trucks instead. AH The aircraft because the German bombers rover head. When did you learn what exactly your mission would be? I was unaware of the mission. I it was assigned to a Lieutenant Colonel Carol had to know what he's doing. Why is doing it? where he was and had to be able to make contact with immediately he was the the executive officer of the regiment? So most of the fellows no regimen saw the area in which they were going to jump in a a fabricated the Diorama at Depicted at three thousand feet. I didn't get to see that because I had to work with Colonel So talk about the nights that right you embarks. Several things happened. We moved from a barracks. Hearten our shanties in lambourn to present ourselves in good physical shape was the regimental colonel. Who stood on a jeep covered with a camouflaged parachute and gave us a speech? Like go newt. Rodney football game a speech he. It was a knife thrower and had a large bowie knife on his leg and he had a four foot by eight foot. Please apply what three quarters of an inch. Thick was told. Hold your own one side and hit or on the other side. He'd standard about fifty feet and throw that bowie knife at the beginning of a speech. We we called it the knife speech after we heard it and whatever room amounts of speaking he could get through to us because it was the laughable situation when he reached down to pulled out his bowie knife wouldn't come out so everybody starts laughing and he restores his m one on A trench knife through that and it hit the target so we all clapped and he wanted to shake hands with every one of us. So we lined up up. And then he gave us his admonitions and we went on for dinner. We had stake in peace that I remember and then familiar shower. And then we walked over to our aircraft or jump Ashley was Lieutenant at Janssen News each other fifteen percent Cherokee Indian. This is over. He knew what he was doing. And how to fight. You didn't carry Tomahawk bullying errol but it had a carbon dioxide arm so let worked with him and one of the in the squad. Marvin van Buskirk After taking a shower lift his dog tags hanging in the shower and he notified me halfway to the aircraft. That's what had happened. He didn't have them so I said okay. We'll take your equipment. Marvin go back to the shower and see if you can find him. If you can't catch up with us and beat us at the aircraft. He couldn't find them. So we tore up two-piece a canvas and predators name on the best dog tags in the history of of the military because they didn't clank when you ran and rattled in the mess kit from there will be a packed repacked or bundles equipment. We could did not carry on our bodies personally. The machine gun then. A heavy ammunition of mortar bombs for order et Cetera et CETERA. Lada Latte of military knickknacks that for the most part were just too heavy including radio equipment so so everything we did at that point and up to and including combat was experimental aircraft. Practice dropping the bundles twice to see that everything was working and never met the pilot and co-pilot of cruelty but we saw him wandering around some of the Fellas wiper Franken through the exhaust pipe of the engine and put smeared the exhaust on our basis mixed with a little bit of oil from the crank case made Indian fashion out of it for the most part and Then we we boarded. I was last man aboard. Crocodile jumped number one and we loaded a bundled inside the aircraft which would be placed in the door just before I jumped to after all of this repetitive activity was going on the Board at eight forty one English double summertime and I think the golf was at Murrayfield. Aerodrome the eleven million there and It was in a shape of a V.. Six section sixteen head Ed forty five aircraft alcee forty sevens and within that section sixteen or three aircraft in the shape of AV V. I was on the right forward one on on a it takes nine planes to carry Load of a hundred and twenty eight jumpers. We took off at the proper speed and and the the engines and the material start rattled. Bang and I thought the whole machine used GonNa come apart on us but it didn't it You remember generalizing. How're on the field to give us a visit? And he stepped for from his entourage of the people and it gave us a salute as we passed by. Why was in the door for the most most of the time and the rest of the guys were sitting sideways Vista? Could with looking out the window trying to discover where we're going and how and where we were so we. They were in that area for a proud a week and to get an orientation and the takeoff was US move. We assembled at five thousand feet ate the entire Armato was Two hundred miles long ten miles wide list of practically a a nine hundred eighty two c forty seven's and it took about two hours to bring us in and unloaded us on the continent of Europe on the Western coast of the cotton jump and insulin. So from from five thousand feet. We've moved down to the codename Portsmouth. it's codename was Portsmouth Bill. We passed over that and then grow up to fifteen hundred feet to get an under German radar about the middle of thank channel the US up into gave a signal that we were on target and moving properly and we flew up the Bay Biscay with the Klatt it was the Brittany Peninsula on our right and her left to Katainen peninsula. That was really a smart move because we could have turned right and gone into Britney eh or left and gone to the content. We turn blitzed at another Sabrina. It was in the Bay of Biscay gave us the signal and we entered a cotton peninsula. I don't know exactly the time it was. But the lights start flashing over the door to the white light whoever in-flight the green light and a red light and as we Looked at I looked out the door via shake forty seven and a red light went on and gives us approximately eight minutes to get organized and ready to jump so the jump master a AH gave visual and verbal signals. You couldn't hear much in aircraft anyway. Because they did. We didn't have a door that was open. We didn't even have a door and we had a bundle. It was standing right next to me As I stood in the door elude Johnson went to number eighteen jumper and checked him and made sure sure that he was okay after gave the signal to stand up and hook up now. The steel cable at ruins from the pilot's cabin to the act the aircraft and we hook up on that and that had to be done correctly. Otherwise you could get your arm wrapped around a webbing and you're.

US England Normandy Marvin van Buskirk mumps Mr Tom Wright Scotland US army Coronado California Colonel Carol Eagles Bay of Biscay Camp Nicola Georgia Greg Columbus lambourn Camp Toco Camp Dakota Georgia Camp Lambourn Camp myles