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"dick meyer" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"That's what she did through most of her life. So the mellow family as they became lived in a big old Victorian house renting out the upstairs floor income Olga stated home with the children while gene worked as a house painter. So money was always kind of a problem Donna remember Della visiting at night with a man who lived upstairs attendant and Della would beg Donna to save her. But then when Donna would try and take her she would fight her and tell her to leave her alone with the man. So this was just a weird situation donnas too young to know exactly what was going on, but it certainly could have been some kind of child sexual abuse going on with that man certainly could have been sounds like it. So in Delaware onto a Catholic elementary school, the mellows moved into a small house that they had but. Near the community swimming pool. During, this time there was an unsolved murder of an entire family in the neighborhood. Jerry bricker was twenty eight, his wife Linda Twenty three and their four year old daughter Debbie. had relocated from Seattle, to Cincinnati after. Jerry had gotten a job transfer. Now September twenty seventh nineteen, sixty, six neighbors gut concerned because no one had seen the family for a couple days at least. Linda had often been seen outside with Debbie in the finless two dogs. The no one had seen them recently. When of neighbors Dick Meyer tried calling Jerry at work But that's when he learned. The Cherry hadn't been to work for the past couple of days. So Dick another neighbor went to the brick home to make sure everything's okay. They opened the door and they were quickly overcome by the smell of death. So he shut the door and call the police. And police found Jerry Linda and Debbie brutally murdered. Jerry had been step nine times, Linda eight Debbie for. Debbie's ones were so vicious. They went completely threw her little body. Police found Linda dead near Bedroom..
"dick meyer" Discussed on Establish The Run
"Am joined by fellow Co founder, the Lord of your top one fifty rankings Evan Silva and today we have a very very special guests. This young man who has been in the season long streets in the dynasty streets for as long as I can possibly remember I know he loves the debate player outlooks, which is why he's here. Today is of course in bloom, one of the most thoughtful people in the fantasy space co owner of football. Guys Sigmund, what's going on. Just staying alive No. It's great. Debate is great and I think when twitter was introduced to the streets. Twitter is like the streets of of the streets. I liked Mike Clay. I remember was my main rival where we get the sword and shield out bang away because you're strongest takes should be the ones that you're most open to being tested you WANNA stress. Test them and you WANNA find. Find the smartest people you know that may be feel differently and hear all the reasons. They feel differently because you need to fully consider them, and if we're being honest, it's always probabilities right. Even the are strong. Take a twenty or seventy, five twenty five were always acknowledging that there are other possibilities, and unless you thought about all those possibilities. You haven't really prepared for your. Exact well said on probabilities. Of course we always try to think about things in terms of range about comes not a singular outcome Evan. What's going on today, buddy? What's going on man ready to? Haggle over. Some players. Here was sitting in bloom. And Bloom. Of course, the law background WHO's GonNa, take me to task here, but. Hopefully we can all learn a little bit. Yes as these guys alluded to on today's show, we're going to have a debate of sorts. People have said in a small a small vocal minority have said Eboni don't argue enough. They want us to embrace debate. They want me to go full Stephen a Smith. They want my head to explode to go to go full. Skip bayless Now I I. I do think that that some debate is good. For the reasons that boasting men Evan mentioned testing your theories and having smart people test what you're saying. I think he's really good so what we're going to do today to talk about some situations I will give my take off I. Let these guys go I I'll be time the jury. The judge the. The execution decide who won the argument, but also give my take a little bit and we're GonNa. Get to, maybe I don't know eight nine ten situations here that we think are pretty interesting and have some disagreement on before we get into WanNa remind everyone of two things first. Our draft kid is just thirty five dollars with a twenty five dollar F. F, F PC coupon, overflowing with content in rankings draft recaps, etc, etc, also, in case you missed it. We are launching an NBA product. Ahead of the NBA restart will be led by Dick Meyer to me the best NBA, DFS player on the planet and Mike Gallagher who I consider. That Silva of NBA will be doing matchups columns. All types injury stuff. Like that head to the site for more details on that NBA. On with the show we are going to start with I don't know how this guy got to be like the biggest debate on twitter, but last week the biggest debate on twitter has turned into is tyler he'd be for? Real is what tyler did down the stretch last year legit, or is it just a flash in the PAN where they're going to change personnel, situations Gerald Everett's GonNa play a lot more. Segment I. Think minority take among a fantasy insiders, fantasy analysts that tyler he'd be. ADP is fine. He's not being overdraft where he's going in the seventh eighth round, I would say in standard fantasy. Leagues. Let's let's Siegman start here the case for Tyler higby. And what's fun about this again? The lawyer brain is probably over the course of the show I'll site argument in favor of somebody and then site. The opposite side of that same argument reminds me of constitutional law. Where you know depending on what side of the argument you're on, you'll say well. This is the school thought we should all be subscribing to. The simplest case for Tyler higby is he already did it I? mean he already did it over four or five weeks, but he already did it. I might be a little personally swayed because I liked I will tyler be had terrible incident at causing a drop from the second to the fourth round when he was coming out of Western Kentucky, but I loved Higby in that Gronk Kelsey like dudes that you know that if there wasn't football, they probably just be like running into the garage doors or something. You know just the way he plays the game. He fits well in the receiving tight end. WHO's also blocking tight ends on the field all the time? and I was waiting for his breakout I was waiting for it waiting for it and I had already given up when it finally happened. Now we know that he did it and he did it to the tune of being the most valuable fantasy tight ended the most important part of the year. And if you're not taking top four, maybe include. Eban Ingram because I think ain't Ingram has proven himself. He just can't stay healthy. So if you're not taking a top five tight end adding Mark Andrews to that mix, you should be looking for top five upside. and. Simply hey already shown it Do you think the rams will have more second half of the season too tight? End Looks than first half of the season. Three wide receiver looks there's a Cooper Cup taken there somewhere. I also like to peel the idea that Jared Goff when the bullets are flying. Digby was coming through for him repeatedly, and that will carry over I know there's a small sample size warning and then you know if ever couldn't stay healthy. Healthy last year. WHO's as going to stay healthy this year? They took Bryson Hopkins in the Fourth Round which tells me they already know they're not keeping. Gerald Everett. He's kind of a lame duck player at this point. Maybe he could even be a trade deadline player, but really the simplest case here is I. I saw with my own is. Did we saw him do it and almost every other player outside of the top five? You're doing some sort of projection or aspiration. At higby son..
"dick meyer" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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"dick meyer" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"On February twenty six, two, thousand, twelve, already Hughes, and his wife were eating dinner on the back deck of their long, island home. It wasn't unseasonably mild night, and they were happy to be outside enjoying the nice weather together. A plane flew overhead taking off from the nearby JFK airport. As it passed. Raindrops fell on the Hughes backyard. Suddenly Mrs Hughes Screen. She held her hand to her face where a droplet of oily black sludge clung to her skin. The DREK had splattered on the table. The grill their clothes everything. Thinking at first that the plane might be leaking fuel already dialed nine one one. The dispatcher on the other end of the line quickly countered with Disgusting News. They've been doused in treated sewage. A few quick calls to the New York Port Authority and the Federal Aviation. Administration or FAA confirmed what the dispatcher had said. The Hughes's were the victims of Disgusting Downpour. If OAKVILLE was the site of a similar incident. This would also explain the mysterious illness that swept through the town. Human waste can contain many toxic or Bacteria like E. coli and Salmonella often live in our intestines without causing issues. However, they're dangerous when ingested through the mouth or absorbed through the nose, or is most commonly people, contract, E coli, or Salmonella infections after eating improperly cooked or cleaned food. When you come into contact with this bacteria, touching your face or neck without washing your hands can transfer to your mouth when swallowed the harmful microorganisms can cause dizziness, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and fever. Complaining of exactly those symptoms Oh Cvilians flocked to McCleary hospital in the days after the Blob fall-outs. Dr Little initially diagnosed his patients with a type of inner ear. Infection called many years disease. When he later learned of the waste theory, he agreed that it sounded like a probable cause for the symptoms. He even went a step further blaming antifreeze in the airline toilets for the more severe symptoms. Most airline chemical toilets are treated with. To keep the waste from icing over at a high altitude. If? It were left to freeze inside the plane. It could damage the storage tank and possibly leak out. Antifreeze, ingestion or contamination can cause a loss of coordination, dizziness, fatigue, nausea and vomiting. Symptoms reported by Oakville residents. Antifreeze in the BLOBS could also explain why some animals like Dottie. hearns kitten died after ingesting them. If left untreated severe antifreeze poisoning can lead to kidney, failure and eventual death. This occurs twenty four to seventy two hours after initial contact with the anti freeze. DOTTY hearns kitten passed away three days after I eating a blob exactly fitting that timeline. So the facts lined up. Mike wiler Mike. Mcdowell and Dr David Little All thought that an airplane waste dump could explain the enigmatic oakville blogs armed with this information. Sunny Bark lift called the FAA in August nineteen ninety four. Sunny reached Dick Meyer the spokesman for the FAA based in Seattle, Washington she described the blogs and explain the symptoms of the people in town. Myers response was disappointing whatever the blobs were, they were unequivocally, not airline waste. Meyer had three definitive reasons why he believed the airlines weren't to blame. The I had to do with regulations. According to Meyer planes would never intentionally drop their waste. Most pilots don't even have a means to release it well inside the cockpit. Almost all dumping incidents are accidental and incur heavy fines and restrictions, therefore airplane waste jetsons are rare and most alleged cases half alternative nations. An FAA investigation in two thousand fifteen found that the Messi incident that the Hughes's residence wasn't caused by an airplane. Unfortunately for the Hughes, experts weren't able to determine what the sludge really was, but one of the deciding factors in the investigation was the color of the muck. It was black and oily. which brings us to Meyer second point. Airplanes sewage is blue. When human waste enters in airline toilet? It mixes with a chemical deodorizer called Ano- Tek. Nicknamed blue. Juice Ano- tech is the same chemical found in porta-pottys. Result waste from planes is dyed a bright shade of blue. It wouldn't be clear like the OAKVILLE blobs or black like the falling waste in Long Island. Meyer admitted that it sometimes possible on rare occasions for airline waste to leak out and fall to the ground. However, this wouldn't look anything like the BLOBS. Meyer explained that commercial aircraft designed in the nineteen sixties and nineteen seventies were notorious for issues with their plumbing systems. The average service life of a commercial airplane is twenty five years, so it's reasonable to think some planes flying over Oakville in Nineteen ninety-four were built in the nineteen sixties or nineteen seventies. Inside these planes, the internal valves, connecting their pipes and tanks were prone to leaks and treated waste sometimes seeped out. This blue liquid then used across the plains exterior. When it made contact with the air, it would freeze into blue ice that stuck to the body of the airplane. During the plane's descent, this blue eyes could break off and Corinne towards the ground. Though, most blue ice melts long before it reaches. Terra Firma, some larger chunks survived the fall. If the OAKVILLE blobs were caused by airline dumping. They look like pieces of bright. Blue, eyes there is no reason for an airplane's waste to follow small clear blobs of Gelatin. In the ice would only rain down once per flight. This brings us to Myers third reason why the blobs couldn't be airline waste the frequency of their appearance. As we mentioned the BLOBS pelted Oakville six times over the course of three weeks for blue ice to reach the ground, it would have to have fallen.
"dick meyer" Discussed on Going Deep with Chad and JT
"My fiance demands. We gotTa Hyphen on our last name but her last name is cheese so yeah my name will become Dick Cheese. She won't budge. How do I explain her that she's sending me to be rooted for the rest of my life. Also I don't WanNa bring my family shame when I am called Dick Cheese at my wedding. I think Dickie's is cool name I would I would just fucking own it. One hundred percent I would rename my business. Dick Cheese Inc a change my license plate to Dick Cheese. Imagine your Christmas card saying like happy. Holidays love the Dick Jesus wow and now for their first dance Mr Mrs Dick mccheese yeah that's beautiful he could move to Wisconsin and then you could do like a play on me like yeah. It's because you know I'm the king of a cheese named his son after him is a little Dick Cheese over the love. You Little Dick Cheese. Do he could yeah. He's got to own it. I think every negative is really just an opportunity. I heard someone say today like when they say you're terrible. They're just doing promotion for you. Just make an impact dude going to remember him. Why not just flip it the other way and he'd be the cheese Dick's. Did she sticks. I like that so let's cheese. Richard Weight is Dick. His last name or his first name is Richard. His first name shortened to Dick's array all right so what's his last name. I don't know Oh let me see on the because it would it could be like you know like Dick Smith cheese his name incapacitates tate's Meyrowitz Meyrowitz cheese but Dick Meyer. What did it cheese MEYROWITZ. She's as mayor of Cheese Meyer that sounds good aim and I think the the Jewish people always circumcise to it's kind of ironic and everyone loves cheese. What up legends of stoke if you strider could weigh in on this would be greatly appreciated my broke. My girlfriend broke up with me. After five years dammed up we both recently graduated college different different colleges. That hasn't are both pursuing our careers. The main problems is she works second shift and I worked I ship does it is really hard to see each other reasoning for the break-up is she needs to find herself before she she gave herself to me. It's been eight months. I still think and dream about her. I love this gallant. She has a great possibility of being the one. I wanted to give her the time she needs to find herself so. I don't want to contact her but then again what if she thinks I moved on because I haven't made efforts to pursuer need major help. Do I contact her away now dude if she wants to get a hold of you will get a hold of you. You just gotTa Live Your Life Dog Dog yeah. I can just keep doing your thing. He seems like a really Nice Guy. Yeah yeah that's a good out there. Yeah don't wait on all edge. Yeah those are the best years and yeah you can't just sit on your hands. You got to be living your life and getting new experiences and finding out what you what you're not get a and and meeting more people yeah. It's going to be torture. If you're just waiting around for a text or something like okay you gotta just take action. Get out there. He's still yeah but I'd say you know go. Try New Hobby not go do square dancing to hit up a saloon and just fucking rip it up and no one's life was ever worse off because they picked up square dancing. Yeah that's so true. What's the dance you can do is an Irish. Oh I can't really Irish dance. I can pretend pretend I can dancing background. Don't you yeah I dance like I did ballet like my whole life and then I taught dance for three years. Have you seen gene centerstage. I've seen them all. We watch step up on her birth. That's a great. That's one of my favorite movies awesome. It would damage. It's okay when yeah when we do a little revisionist history on step up. I don't think her first boyfriend who ditches Mario. Is that bad of a Guy Yeah the call. The label said ranked one right yeah. No I agree with you. I agree with you but when you're when you look at the movie me it's like I feel like it's all friendship and when I watched that I was at I was like how could he do that. but I agree with you now. You're like his career he yes to do that and I think she was already fixing to hop over Hannington. He calls her. He's like you've been thinking about this from day one. I think he's right but he did. He recreate the tracks. De Mario create create the tracks but I don't think they wanted the tracks. I think they wanted to they. Just want to like yeah. I don't think they wanted the song yeah oh that makes sense then bad dancing and step up when they're on the club and Druce Dora is like singing the song that was she's on stage singing dancing against other. That's one of my favorite dancing and one of my favorite scenes in any movie is when everybody already knows the dance you yes oh yeah. They're like. It's how yeah but it's so fun and then the David Sorta got it worked out right. That's how it wasn't with cupid shuffle and junior high Everyone knew that dance. What was the other one who's like ticket. Beck asthma electrics electric slide dude there. There's this plays he's in Nashville. When I was little go up through that would make you do it on Roller Skates on which is pretty fucked up because everyone would fall. There's like a bunch of seven-year-olds trying to do the electric slide on skates just like eating. It took it back now. I just picture the guy in the phone. Just dying dying last slide backwards six times just going do stomp stomp your feet like how wow what was the one where it's like the break. He's like something like go wild or something she can shake it out. was that what was shocked. Real so or Charro slow CIA do or maybe he's just sixteen now. Is that a it's the same song oh it's as as you know you know. It's it's cha-cha real so do you do you go right right freestyle. Okay Yeah. That's what I've done. Nisa been around the block the electric slide. You know what up Stoker's my name is. Julie and I'm in need of your help my two older brothers. There's are out of the house living life and doing college but I'm stuck at home with my parents and I'm still in highschool. Decisions definitely brought my stoke level down. My parents will offer to go to the movies or something but sometimes I don't want to be going on with my parents on a Friday night. You feel otherwise often left alone in the house with my death pug and it gets pretty lonely. I don't have my license yet so I can't drive anywhere either not a Dang time. Do you have any tips on what what I can do to raise my stoke as well as my parents love the pod and Chad's flow from girls who just want to have fun. We just WanNa have fun this. I I'm the youngest assistance I was the last one and you're as well and it's weird when your siblings are all gone away at college and you're the only one left I had a lot of fun with my parents being last one. I think I got really really close with my parents. In a way that I didn't I wouldn't have with my sisters being there but but also we kind of like all of my very best friends which is stay over all the time like school nights. Nee became like my parents kids you know now it's just kind of had this like weird satellite family of like my closest friends because I had a really hard time with that too because I hate being by myself. Yeah Yeah yes yeah so you took advantage of time you had with your advantage of the time. I have with my parents then also just kind of like and mashed our family with my friends just included them in things that my sister's would have been included and if they had still been living at home yeah that's good. I would say like right down. All your dreams that you want to do so just think about what's coming because it's it's all coming. You'RE GONNA get your license and you're GonNa be out of the House and doing whatever you want so just like maybe just take a little vacation to those places ahead of time and think about how great it's GonNa be. I was similar to you. I got really close to my mom. I remember one summer we watched last Samurai Bunch and then we had these plastic assorted couple days ago you yeah we had these. Plastic Samurai swords we would just spar it's fine yeah and then my stepdad would come over this when they're dating and he's like you guys just fight the same race would object yeah. That's definitely what the soon to be evil. Stepdad says in the movie yeah. Daddy doesn't know more sword fighting yeah yeah like he hits his foot. Why Stupid Sore Throat Away. Not Tom Cruise what but in the movie the data is like died too. You know right yeah. They're like everything's been difference left on Christmas to give give me my toy carbon bridge now jet Jack's great what he brought to the equation is he brought macaroni and cheese using cheese whiz. He's like dude. Thank you so much when new fold and bring tricks their tricks of the trade yeah. That's an exciting time. Yeah you can do that. You have your you have a way of doing things if Jack presented to you. I think you'd be more isn't cheese whiz in addition to other cheese. I don't know okay. I'm open to whatever I think. It was okay. If Jack put a Jackpot in his special bowl yeah yeah okay yeah you would look at it and he'd be like this is the tip I like when I go to philly cheese steaks never gonNA put cheese was on and I'm like I'm just GonNa do provolone. That's not a real philly cheese steak. I'm like I guess I'm not a real cheese steak. I'm not really from Philadelphia because I'm not a Haridi reeled cheese steaks superhero. Sorry all right guys. Let's get into our of the weeks Chad. What is your beef of the week. maybe for the week with my shower head. It's a low flow. and you guys know me. He liked to grip rebel to get after it elected you note. You hit the gym hard. I like to Loofah hard. I like to condition hard and the shower head. Just does not match up. I mean it's just like it's like sprinkling water on me and there's no water pressure in it's just you know it interrupts my flow and it's bullshit honestly and I'm going to have a talk with the landlord is GonNa be a look. You know this is I wanna be. I WanNa feel like in Vegas. When we we are shower. It felt like there were like six showerheads and it felt like I had a bunch of firefighters like hosing me down. I'm like that's showers should be yeah so that's my beef in the as one of them. I say to my shower head work on your flow. What's your the week. Oh my beef of the week. Don't have any like recent. I guess my beef of Lake the last year would be my manager the restaurant store at and Santa Monica Paul..
"dick meyer" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Glory America are high candidate, greetings, our number two. This you show on may fourteenth. It's very turbulent day out there in the Middle East. We'll keep her on the Gulf. We'll also keep on the markets as we get closer to pre market. But as I promised, I want to begin this hour as I will close the show with my friend Senator Tom cotton. He's actually studio with me on this program. Senator cotton, welcome. It's good to have you on the program. Thank you. Good to be in studio for once and day after your birthday Belay congregation. Congratulations. But today is pub- day. Right. Publication of sacred duty soldier store at Arlington National Cemetery. Now sacred duty a terrific book. And I'm gonna talk to you about it in this hour, the next hour and then over the course of the next few days for couple of reasons one we're coming up on the end of the second decade of words last Memorial Day of our second day second decade in war when you were serving in the old guard about which is written and will tell everyone what that is. Did you have any? The idea we'd still be in war thirteen years later. Now, I can't say I did in two thousand seven two thousand eight at least committed in Iraq and Afghanistan Hughes scribe in sacred duty. We were taking severe casualties there in two thousand seven during the search when I was serving at the old guard, but that word turnaround significantly by the time, I left wreck anistan and the summer of two thousand eight of course, we got out of Iraq that required us ultimately get back in, but I would not necessarily been -ticipant that we still have troop levels that we see today in Iraq and Afghanistan. So it's been a long time. It's a long war. And that's why this Memorial Day is a little bit different. I think than when you come to the second decade the last one of the teens think yourself. Wow, I wonder if we're gonna be doing this in another ten years, and I have to think we probably are. And I don't know we'll section sixty which we will also talk about filled at that point section sixty is describing sacred duty as where we've been laying to rest of the heroes of this generation's war over the last seventeen years, and there's pictures of me in in sacred duty performing funerals in. Section sixty in the summer and fall two thousand seven behind me is almost completely open greenfield. But now section sixty is almost completely field because of the ongoing death repay out and also the return of the previous generation veterans the second sixty as well from the Vietnam war the Korean war in order to one question at the very top just a personal question. The fetchy MRs Hewitt went to the funeral at Arlington. Dear friend of her father's Ross Mulford. He's buried in section fifty seven and it happened two years ago. I was under the impression that it was by you filled up sixty then you moved to sixty one reason why that might not be the case. No, Hugh sections are used all across the cemetery the older ones. The lower numbers are for the most part field. That's right and sacred duty, but Arlington has twenty to thirty funerals day, and they all originate from the same administration buildings and therefore the cemetery's very professional staff has to play on accordingly for multiple funerals every hour. Hour on the hour between the hours of ninety m three pm ten sure that mourners processions are not conflicting. And that's that sections are filling up at a roughly even pace, and that's why inscribing sacred duty. There's so many different sections that are active working sections in the cemetery, especially on the southeast corner. Which is the newest part of the seminar was the newest part until the newest twenty four twenty seven acre section opened up in the northwest section right now, I wanna be I've done hundreds of interviews, and I've had lots of reactions lots of books rarely has it been reverential. And I'm not saying this because you're my friend or because you're not state Senator or a combat veteran that you've lost friends. But because the attitude of the old guard comes through and sacred duty. It really is an attitude of reverence towards the the people they are burying the people. They are serving the people they are watching over. I assume you intended to communicate that the sacred duty is the story of the old guard of Arlington, the oldest infantry regiment. Army going back to seventy four since nineteen forty eight. They performed the. The function of Melchior honor funerals in Arlington National Cemetery and guarding the tomb of the unknown soldier, and they have the highest standards, you know, some of the most squared away soldiers our military has an for every single funeral. Even though they do twenty or thirty funerals day. They intend to give that final indelible image of honor for the family, and I tried to convey those high stakes that pressure packed moments in which every funeral is unique for every fallen hero in their family. That's a once in a lifetime moment a lifetime in the making. Did you know that when you get the impression as you were writing this that every member of the old guard will be reading sacred duty with the same detail that they bring to the the commitment process to the dignified transfer process to the burial process to the changing of the guard the sentinel, they'll be reading your book with the same level of attention to detail the level of detail you see from a ceremonial standpoint of the old guard does reflect what you see in the army. You know? Broadly, the same kind of level attention to detail. I learned for tactical planning at the ranger school, for instance. So in part, it's something that we all learn to soldiers, but if the old guard, it was her fine day in and day out the stakes are so high, and you know, there are no do overs in Arlington Metairie. So you learn to pay attention to the smallest most minute details down to one sixty four of the show. I would imagine that they will be reading it. With a careful, I I hope that they enjoy reading the book as much as I enjoyed writing the book and telling this story of America's yard of Arlington and not only them bets grandfather and grandmother are buried there. And she thought everyone who has a family member at Arlington where we'd sacred duty all of the gold star families have buried someone at Arlington will be reading sacred duty. So it's sort of a pressure. I hadn't thought about we talked about this book a lot over the course of two years three years you've been writing it. But I never really thought about your audience's. Well, I do hope that it gets a wide readership because the old guard Varley. Story. The story really of American how much we love the warriors who defend our nation. Arlington was birthed in the most divisive time in our nation's history. When Americans raised arms against each other killed each other on such a mass scale that far across the river from our nation's capital had to become a graveyard, and ultimately became our national cemetery. So I hope that it gets widespread audience widespread audience from all walks of life, but you say in particular all those who serve the family members of those who served especially the family members of the more than four hundred thousand souls or very early national cemetery. I think we'll find particular residents book four hundred thousand people are buried there. Four million a year annually come to the cemetery. I wanna start with one story sergeant Adam dick Meyer staff sergeant who was a sentinel. And you'd have to explain that. Then you have to explain why his stories at page, two seventy one. And why it's so meaningful step searching. Adam dick Meyer, overlap at the old. I I didn't know him time only men years later in section. Sixty. He was a sentinel the tomb of the unknown soldier that's guard who's trying to his are in the Tim badge. One of the rare spach is in the army staff sergeant dick Meyer went on to perform an honor guard company that she ceremonial company Marston President Obama's inauguration. He was the lead casket bear for Senator Ted Kennedy's funeral after five years and the old guard in time though, he wanted to get into fighting on the front, so he left the old guard and went to the hundred and first airborne mild division, where he rapidly rose despite his lack of experience tactical unit platoon sergeant role tragically he was killed in October of two thousand ten one of only three former sentinels to be killed in action and the old guard late him to rest about three weeks later, and he held a special place for the Tim today. They have a rubbing his headstone and their underground quarters. They honor his grave site every year on the diversity of his death. I think most notably there's a mannequin outside the door to their quarters that bears a replica of his uniform. It's the first thing to guard. See? When he leaves the door. It's the last thing he sees when he gets back from guard shift. There's no label on that uniform. So this verse to that display case would only see an unlabeled uniform, but every guard knows that uniform uniform staff sergeant.
"dick meyer" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Did it you can't hear. So it McVay. I did he recall perfectly without hesitation. Here's what he said. Rollout. Pass right Anderson. Russell caught it for a big touchdown. It got tipped actually when he was running a wheel right down the right sideline. So he remembered everything it got me to wondering. Could you remember details from your high school? So I looked up some stuff. No. I've got four questions about your experience. You went to, mommy. Outside Toledo in the class of nineteen eighty three. I have four questions. Okay. So you could get a single a double triple or home run guy. We go. What is the name of the street? Your high school is on. And you get bonus points to give me the exact address, do you? Remember the name of the street, and by the way, I could not tell you what street Kurna dome. Our high school is on. So I would not know this for myself. I cannot it's at eleven forty seven Seiko streets and say. The answer to your over one. Okay. What is the name of the football stadium at your old high school? It is dick caz Meyer stadium hundred percent, right and tell everybody dick Meyer was Yale running back from the fifties. I think who won the Heisman trophies. And obviously the only person from mommy, high that won the Heisman Trophy. I often said I'm the second most famous person for mommy, heist. That's coming up later. But here's your one for two. All right, number three. What is the name of your class yearbook? Like at Coronado Mars. Ours was ebbed tied. Okay. We were the king. So the name of our yearbook was it would say ebb tide one thousand nine hundred five what is the name of the mommy class yearbook? It's been the same by the way since the early nineteen cross my high school Uber. I'm going to say, it's the mirror close the reflector all the reflector. Now, I think this is going to be this last one. Okay. It's either gonna be ridiculously easy or you're going to like. Beat yourself. Get you or one of only two mommy students from the eighties to receive the distinguished alumni award. They've given it to people from the forties. Fifty sixty seventy all the way up till now. Did you find this little big? Wow. Okay. The other guy is three years older than you class of eighty three. He's class of eighty the other guy is a military hero. He's he's wanted to distinguish in the military. And the reason you might get this is he was honored on the same night. You were honored doing in. You went in at the same time. And you went back for that. Didn't you did go back? Okay. Do you? Remember his name? He was a US army silver star winner from class of eightieth. Mommy, how take a chance and say, Tim olmstead. No, I think he was also in. He was one of the other guys that was on with you. This guy's name was Daniel Miller. Dan miller. And by the way, the reason I I was able to find that is when you go to the mommy high website, you can click on various links and one of the things is alumni. And it lists the distinguished, and you are by the way, you should feel good about this. There's maybe only twenty people ever given that award from the history the high school your one of the twenty and there's only two people from the entire decade of the eighties. You and Dan Miller while or you know, it's weird one out of the four by the way..
"dick meyer" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"I'm Michael this has asked the garden. Geek IM your chief. Geek, hang on this thing. I'm gonna find out spring, Alexa. What is the first day of spring? I don't know if you'll be able to hear. Yes. Alexa in two thousand nine nineteen. What will be the first day of spring? Wow. How cool is that? I don't think you heard any of that. But. I have Alexa here in the studio. Now, I have I have. I go to Christmas parties, which I don't like going to Christmas parties, but people keep giving me. These the new Amazon dots, and I have to say. The dots are pretty cool the echo dots. I have a big echo out in the living room. But in in my studio in my office, and in my bedroom. I now have Amazon echo dots. And by the way, if I lived here with anybody they work as an intercom. So how cool is that? I think that's that's pretty cool. But I don't have anybody talk to. I guess I could yell the cat's like I could do that through the intercom. But I have nobody here, but me, so no. But it's good to get information. And I can be when I wake up in the morning, I can ask her what the weather's going to be and all of this type of stuff people were asking me about dick fry Mayer I've gotten some emails about him. He used to be guest on the show longtime ago. I had not talked to dick in a number of years. And so I just kind of naturally assumed that he was no longer with us. Because the last time I spoke to him which was about seven or eight years ago. He wasn't in great health, but still fun to talk to. And he usually would call me when he wanted to come on the radio, and or he would you know, we'd get together in the spring. Dick is was the doctor of barnyard science. Well, I recently found out that he passed away in two thousand and thirteen while I was very sick. He got sicker and he passed away. And I I missed him. He was very very good. He had I then started looking through some of my stuff, and I found a couple of copies of his book. And his book is terrific. I'm going to share some of that with you right now. The name of the book is the world, according to dick fry. Meyer DBS DBS, by the way is Dr a barnyard science folk medicine and common sense. With the help from Ted the rooster. World-famous prognosticator. Now this book is copyrighted. I I got this book when it was new this book is copyrighted in nineteen eighty nine and inside the cover. It has his office phone number listed and his home phone number listed, which is totally fascinating. And then it hit the tenth printing was in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight of this book. So that's what I guess I got it was in ninety eight with the tenth printing. So by the way, he did this all himself. He paid a printer to print these books. He published them themselves. He added designer that designed the cover and all of this stuff. And so it was quite a little business for them in the book, by the way, which is autographed by let's see here. Dick, Ted junior fry Meyer. DBS Ted junior is the second rooster. The original Ted the rooster died, and I had him on the show. And by the way, he would he would he would figure out the rooster could predict the scores of football games and all kinds of stuff that he did this by pecking things out. He was a magical chicken according to. According to dick. And when he died, I said, you know, I just naturally, you know, he was on the show to tell me that the original Ted the rooster had died. And I said well dick is. Yeah. And by the way, listening to the radio show that day. Was my good friend broadcaster. Some of you will know who he is Paul Gonzalez from Tampa in Atlanta fame, and he was a big dick Meyer fan. He had him on his show a lot I said, well dick, did you then eat Ted the rooster? Fried chicken. Oh, no, no, no. He Paul Gonzalez called me up later. He said, I can't believe you have asked him if he ate the rooster. So what else you got to deal with them? But anyway, he buried him with his head. Facing into the north. And then it was buried him near the weather tree. I guess we should talk about the weather tree. He had a Japanese maple tree outside of his office. And he had the weather tree. Visitors are maize when they see the tree that was set out in one thousand nine hundred twenty eight. He had all kinds of gauges at all kinds of things. Just put into this tree. The tree looked really scientific, but it was all full folklore, and he would predict the weather within a picture of him with the weather tree with all these different gauges. And then he also had bottles accord jar in coke bottles. Tell when it will rain the fork stick in the bottle in the coke bottle tells how much it's going to rain. So we had all these methods. How Ted the rooster forecast to get Ted to do an economic forecast? The first thing I do is put up an inflation sign with ten grains of corn in front of it. Ted looks at the sign and proceeds to eat the corn. I interpret the number of grains. He eats to be the number of the percentage points. Inflation will increase the next year, by the way, Ted had a great record. Because. I think what dick did is. He would read the Wall Street Journal and look at all the predictions, and that's how many grains, he would put out. I I don't know this and there's pictures of him in the rooster. Celebrating the fact that they were right? Right. With the predictions. And here's here's get. He had the book is filled with all of these folk medicine, thanks now. Dick's grandfather was a medical doctor, and he had all of the journals that he kept and wrote and dick inherited all these things. So acne. Let me just one little thing. So you got acne? If you're bothered with acne lay off, the sweets, soft drinks cigarettes and drugs. Even prescription drugs. Eat plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, eggs and lean meats, especially liver. These foods contain not only vitamin A, but also vitamin B C and E, and it's also very important to get plenty of sun on your skin. Rub. The affected area with a camper. Stick eat three almonds, the sweet Variety Daily, eat a high fiber diet. He just goes into all these things a thing in there. Darren scars. I'm just gonna open it up to different areas. And he planting things. Oh, here we go. Bone protection, take bonemeal calcium or dolemite tablets bonemeal as a protection from potato bugs before planting potatoes. Roll them in a in bonemeal. So the little adheres to the damp cuts, then you'll have little trouble with potato bugs bores to protect trees from the Ohio farmer. How am I doing on time? I'm doing good. Okay. The Ohio farmer washes his apple trees, every spring and fall with a strong light. That is sure to kill boars. He claims that he is not lost a tree since beginning this practice, although he had previously lost several. It just goes into all of these things rain stimulants. He talks about natural brain's stimulants, bad breath, breast problems. So he talks about medical things, and he talks about planting things, and he talks about growing, tomatoes and just does all of this stuff in there. And he just calcium deposits place castor oil packets over the deposits. This will help stimulate the body to reabsorb the calcium. There's a lot of this stuff came out of his grandfather's medical journals. So and also, he's an old farmer, and he let's see here we go cut worms keep the garden. Clear of weeds and grass throughout the fall months. This will discourage egg-laying cut were moss. Sunflower should be grown around the border of the garden. They repelled cut worms. Oh, okay. I'll go along with that. So he's got like all kinds of stuff in this book. I have two of them. Both of them are autographed. I'm going to give away. But I have to decide. How to do it? So listen to the next segment. He like business content. I mean, if you did like business content. You wouldn't be listening to this show. Right. What if I can give you even more of what you like? Now, we've never met. But I'm willing to bet you are very busy between your work family.
"dick meyer" Discussed on Capital Allocators
"Mortuaries their businesses right and it's like one of these sex where it's actually highly regulated it's very predictable and that was the classic ace that how it kind of talked about this might be the type of business that we should and i'm sympathetic to that it's fine actually it's very interesting so we pivot a little bit to four profit boards and you've been about bunch finance company so it's position a inequity data science light keeper curious about how you spend your time what the governance processes like and then we can talk about parallels across to subpoenas the best one to talk about 'cause i've been on the board for about ten years we he went public in two thousand seven right before the crash and right at the peak of value value the last time valued outperformed and i known rich he actually hired me at bernstein one of the things rich was very cognizant of and constructing his board is he didn't want anyone on the board who needed to be on the board in other words to yeah and i i'm a firm believer in that and he actually did want friends and family to not family but friends on the board because he wanted people that will look out for you know not just his interest but thought like him and so you know some people would argue that nepotistic or it's not the way you're gonna lead to governance i couldn't disagree more i mean the because we know each other jolting blacks on the board as well charlie johnston who had run distribution for morgan stanley and dick meyer which who was head of one of the accounting practices because we're all friendly and no rich we can call bs right kind of friend it is it is kinda right friendship and so you'll just so the meetings are so much more efficient because there isn't a lot of processes and procedures like look these are the five things we gotta get.
"dick meyer" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"A little ryan are you are wrestling fan no i used to watch a lot when i was younger i used to get into it but probably stopped watching it when i got into high school so my favorite wrestler of all time was dr x what was his thing dick beyer no dick meyer meyer what was his stick did dr acts like he come around like in he always ski you always wore ski masks collins air right yeah and and there was a claw and then randy savage might have been around at that time high there was a claw and there was dr x who else was what year was this so this is like back before all the show this is before they would go out and make a big opera there's only on saturday morning.
"dick meyer" Discussed on LI News Radio
"The corner college speaker the manager back cut the catering to your upcoming events with the it specializes in catering go on and all premise test about their butch catering offerings har ringtailed crowdpleaser follow the villa judy pub on facebook and instagram and doping he had the idiots the villa judy above majori patchy fog kyw news radio wic and riverhead abc news now i'm choke secrets and head of classes resuming wednesday students and parents have been to an open house at their parkland florida high school scene of the shooting massacre that claimed seventeen lives michelle dick meyer grateful to see so many classmates roommate bank and it just like i'm not alone in this situation under a state investigation now florida's broward county sheriff's office were allegedly missing red flags including over a dozen calls from concerned citizens but the parkland schools shooter was dangerous and was threatening to do harm it the school sheriff scott israel of those eighteen calls two of those calls are being sixteen of them we believe were were handled exactly the way they should two of them we're not sure if our deputies did everything they could ever should have the sheriff on cnn's state of the union the olympics are over in south korea where north korea's delegation tells south korean officials that it agrees that there should be talks with the us this is abc news all i need is radio traffic still fairly busy on hop on bond discounts of highway in both directions right by vets highway but it goodbye on vets highway in both directions from north of the life right down toward sunrise highway traffic remains a light on the sagged to goes north and southbound no problems along route one eleven 112 is well no issues long sunrise highway and the life is just find in both directions.
"dick meyer" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"It seemed like it hasn't been good for quite a while rate amid statin has wanted that team to be good in his wanted outer has tweeted things were made comments about his unhappiness with previous winters when the marlins didn't do anything or the thing that they did do was get rid of every one they had recently signed so that's nothing new i guess although this sounds almost like an ultimatum sure it wasn't freeze that way but in fact it is if you want to be a winner if you don't want to waste your entire prime on a team that's not going to be competitive than gotta go but yet you know i mean i think he'll probably have enough souders one would think that he wouldn't have to be desperate didn't you know we've his notrade clause for a team that he doesn't want to go to or there's a question will answer later in this podcast about his optout and whether he might exercise it for some one so i dunno i think probably the special of what we all thought the marlins situation was going to be whether they actually told centene about it or not didn't jitters say recently that he hadn't talked to stanton there was a report or p actually said that i think 92ish maybe yeah so i don't know maybe he wasn't the one actually giving him this message maybe it that's a technicality but it does santa's this there has been some kind of communication even in the hypothetical where standin holds out and he only wants to go to the dodgers who might not one sanford in the first place that would in theory put the marlins in a position of having very little leverage at all but then that is basically just gives me an excuse to reflect on the ken griffey jr trade in two thousand when he gave the mariners 0 leverage essentially force them to trade him to the reds yep mariners picked up dick meyer antonio perez brett tomko and most importantly mike cameron peres i think we're supposed to be the big get there but mike cameron so good immediately bread realm finger who junior great afraid for the mariners absolutely fantastic tread got rid of grid any just in time leverett out of of the dodgers a big.
"dick meyer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The full backing he stood up at the forty six it is able to move towards the 45 is no or her at national review the linebacker delighted at that forty five yard line if you're thinking about the link teeoff charts the ought the option offense you have to stop the full back and so in this case here even though bayern that go for yards this time it did you have to honor debt four back which keeps that the defense honest great job by brecqhou but blac running at eight forty four thirdquarter kokomo with the football trailing twenty one to fourteen thirdquarter the 5es state gay pitched to perkins whiteside light east strict ducked the calls forward at the forty just shy of the marker tripped up by hunter dick meyer a junior linebacker they'll markedly yards short will bring up third down and want to what clemencies is kind of in a predicament here because they just you're not getting enough guys at the point of the because you're pulling sold me in lima here talk about it in the first half year so the answers bring more live in and to the gauge look for for portugal outside a little bit is this one of those quarterback russia's a third down in one fights abandoned house should be will take the kerry he was able to get the forward proud chrissy was that spun back behind the line of scrimmage bike pulled the carter but he did get the yard it's necessary to convert on third down a short so we are trying to tell me god is you've been a coach because dairy though are are are you got great ability each of forecast things that can happen in the future great call i like that or i looked at the roster six three two hundred twelve outbounce get reshuffle of credit let's go online i light up my fullback right behind my quarterback i like it though i like a your predicted this stuff here i i'm dig in it i love it already three minutes off the clock on this drive for cocobod they'll give it all the sweet coming around to the mere side a stiff car but then read that a balance of the thirty six yard line is dante smooth the senior speedster second time they tried to get him on the jet sweep really and i have turned.
"dick meyer" Discussed on Final Games
"Well they're likely if you buy the superman sievinen so i don't know why this show chris for some reason near you ended up choosing almost every game on the super nintendo classic an right if you were going to pick up the sunni the classic already have done and you playing only amazing games that chris's chosen including the next game we're going to talk about you can also play super mario rpg where you can play as bazzar with barrio and peach so man maher's dick meyer is a jackets super super my rpgs fantastic aim by the way i got that's another one they could have easily gone on the list because that's a that's a really excellently well executing when i when i eventually get my super nintendo classic from the uk is said to japan then is the first game i'm looking forward to playing again i missed that gave so much such a fantastic rpg once again by square back in the day so get so so geared but talking about so so good i think it's about time we move into the last game on your this chris the final game in fact i'm before you we ship you off to your field as we had because you kind of need someone to sleep in this field and i don't think there's too it's room a uk we like a sleeping bags that cool yeah i think it should be okay i mean it it doesn't ever really rain no is always sunny always blue skies nashville there is one of many something to cover my eyes yeah that's true there is one trees he could potentially build like a tree house yes the ad see there you go i got it i got i got a tree how legged i'd say greenfield consider it can make a tree house out of duck caucuses yes of duct bonus it'll be so gruesome newly so gruesome and it will take you a very long time considering just how small ducks they'll put this lauded i but we're gonna move into the final game then on your list chris and it's that i'm actually quite sad about it achieved to ship you always been such a pleasure listening to how passionate you are about all these wonderful games that you chosen but it is time that we remain to chris his final game.
"dick meyer" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Goes down as pretty cool well you know in my favorite story actually album this darpa to gear coming out of my favorite story um come from last year we had a young guy who uh law both armed in abc tragic tragic uh and he thought he was gone cushion he honestly did not ever envision go on pension yeah we we got a hold of them got him up through father uh from the twin city and they enjoyed a great day pressure together and when we have all kinds of adapted equipment with pushback realty electric real and that with young y'all nine twenty seven years old caught a fixed and a half on large mile path pct on lowly annan rally that i mean he would you would done christian after catching out there she said you know if i never catch mother pierce this will be it from me today um but i've been pitched in with them now quite than than last year and donna in he knows confided to quality he can get all christian anytime you want to advise on uh friday night here we got up you've got a big deal going on all day friday friday night we got a dinner and we got from guess breakers gonna be up there well you know i'm a little nervous about the guy dan i gotta beyond all off that here i hope you're not gonna put a microphone and couderc santa's yale shut up every year can be opening event we can't we invite a couple of firing speakers who get up and parked in front of everybody of a part of our friday night dinner and the curative mr kerr koubek envoy offspring craig dick meyer one i talk about fish but yet but i'm gonna live about my main i've got a couple of microsoft their food ball foul play obviously there's no beauty requirements for being a guest speaker of.
"dick meyer" Discussed on WTMA
"You to win it this station's website learn more at the top yes so this home russia interfered with our election stop they might of but yeah so you think they're going to stop remember it was barack obama who said i told them took cut it out ooh and putin was never the same barack obama told them to cut it out welcome back steve malls burke chris plante show eight eight eight six thirty nine six to five i let you hear from dick morris who documented how bill clinton worked to get boris yeltsin reelected in the nineties his as president of russia called told them what commercials to run wasn't what was in effect is defacto campaign manager according to dick morris all right i say the republican should put dick morris under oath get that on the record put things in perspective make the media cover it so that anderson cooper per when he's told about this by jeffrey lord can't say yes so i his dick meyer is put them under oath republicans let's put this in perspective and then you heard barack obama in great britain before the brexit vote telling them how to vote telling them to stay in the european union telling them all the reasons why they should why it's good for their country interference you think and then last year right before the general when barack obama already knows everything russia has tried to do already knows it keep that in mind and donald trump is talking about how he's afraid the election will be fixed and not fair so what is barack obama say this it happens to be based on no facts every expert regardless of political party regardless of ideology conservative or liberal who has ever examined these issues in a serious way will tell you that instances of significant voter fraud are not to be found there you go not to be found and more from president obama there are places like florida for example where you've got a republican governor who's a republican appointees are going to be running and monitoring a whole bunch of these elections sides the notion that somehow that mr trump loses florida it's because of those people that you have to watch out for that is both irresponsible and by the way doesn't really show the cover leadership and talk mr you'd want our present you sarwan and before the games here.
"dick meyer" Discussed on Environment: NPR
"Support for this podcast and the following message come from see if a institute when you select a sea if a charter holder to manage your money you're bringing on a wealth adviser with years of preparation and a commitment to integrity always learn more at sea if a institute dot org slash wealth a growing body of research shows climate change is bad not just for the planet let for our mental health people who've lived through weather disasters are more prone to depression suicide post traumatic stress psychologist see more subtle effects to just thinking about the impact of shifting climate can make you feel anxious and overwhelmed judy phase of member station k u e r reports on a support group in utah that's helping people cope in a split level outside salt lake city eight people gathered for a weekly meeting this group of strangers started coming together last year's they range from millennials to grandparents the floors open dick meyer used to be skeptical about climate change as the groups it's in a circle in the living room he tells why the problem made him emotional and a i came to the conclusion that it was the loss of the future the future that had lived knowing was going to be there all of a sudden is gone and that is really disoriented meyer winters in utah but he tells me he's run a landscaping business in nebraska for decades that's where he seen a few common tree.